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Burning Fields
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Burning Fields

Alli Sinclair

Rosie Stanton leant her forehead against the bus window and tried to convince herself she wasn’t making the biggest mistake of her life. For twenty-five hours she’d bumped in and out of potholes on the bus ride from Brisbane to…Read more

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Chapter 1  Whispers of sorcery began when the palace's foundations appeared overnight. One frost-bitten day, the broad plain five miles from Mull contained nothing but grass and muddy puddles; the next, solid walls took shape as if they'd sprouted from…Read more

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Better Off Wed
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Better Off Wed

Laura Durham

Planning a wedding can be murder. Planning weddings for a living is nothing short of suicide.  “Is there a patron saint for wedding consultants? Because I think after this wedding, I just might meet the requirements.” I stood near the…Read more

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   You really came here on a private jet?”  Samuel’s mouth is so close to Neda’s that they’re practically kissing, and that obviously makes her happy. No one in this tiny Cartagena dive bar knows she’s five pounds too heavy…Read more

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As a teenager, seeing her father’s car in the driveway when she came home from school had always made Sara Davidson uneasy. She would steel herself for the evening to come, never quite sure why she felt afraid. Stephen Davidson…Read more

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The Choice
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The Choice

Lorhainne Eckhart

“Get on the plane. It’ll be fine. I’ve got your tickets and passport taken care of. We practiced this. You know what you need to do.” Dan McKenzie was broad shouldered, with an exquisitely lean body and mesmerizing hazel eyes…Read more

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Coming Home
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Coming Home

Audrey Wick

Mallory Fredrick crossed her legs and swung her right foot into a rocking motion, trying to calm the nerves that had plagued her for a week. Iker, the human resources director, clicked absently through a set of electronic forms, the…Read more

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July 4, 2015  New Amsterdam was a city the way decapitation was a paper cut. Both could make a person bleed and both would hurt like hell, but only one made bystanders start screaming. It was a quarter past midnight…Read more