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Immortal and a member of the Sinistra Dei, a secret order designed to eliminate threats to the Vatican, Giovanna was created to do the dirty work of the Church. Gia’s a pro at walking the line between good and evil, but when her life explodes the line blurs, and she’s no longer able to play by the rules.
Summoned to the court of Les Baux, Estela and her lover, Dragonetz, are embroiled in two rival claims for power as their feuding liege lords gather in Provence.
Although Estela is reluctant to leave her idyll with her young child Musca, and her pursuit of Arabic medicine, she welcomes the chance to show her musical skills and to support Dragonetz, who must use his swordsmanship to play peacemaker. Both of them must face their own personal demons as the storm-clouds gather over Provence.
Fresh scratches in old scar tissue. Old burn scar tissue. That’s got to hurt.
Paul Eston has blown the whistle on some bad people in Liverpool and gone to ground with vital evidence in the North East of England
Wacker Hughes must track him down. He has not been involved in the violent side of the operation for years but now everything that he has worked for is under threat.
But what made Eston blow the whistle? Will he find out the truth behind his father’s murder? And how did he get those scratches on his back? Only a woman’s fingernails could do that much damage.
Trusting the Currents is a unique visionary novel that guides readers into their own truth and transformation. Narrated by Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African American woman, Trusting the Currents is a universal story of faith, courage, forgiveness and the uneasy search for one’s place in life. There are three levels to the book: the story of Addie Mae’s teenage years in the late 1930s rural South, spiritual life messages woven throughout the story, and high energetic frequencies embedded in the writing that shift consciousness into the heart when reading. Addie Mae reveals how life blossoms when we have the courage to not only accept but also learn from our mistakes and sorrows. Her story may belong to one woman, but the lessons it teaches belong to everyone willing to open their hearts and listen to the truth within their souls.
In the year since she cast her sunbolt, Hitomi has recovered only a handful of memories. But the truths of the past have a tendency to come calling, and an isolated mountain fastness can offer only so much shelter. When the High Council of Mages summons Brigit Stormwind to stand trial for treason, Hitomi knows her mentor won’t return—not with Arch Mage Blackflame behind the charges.
Armed only with her magic and her wits, Hitomi vows to free her mentor from unjust imprisonment. She must traverse spell-cursed lands and barren deserts, facing powerful ancient enchantments and navigating bitter enmities, as she races to reach the High Council. There, she reunites with old friends, planning a rescue equal parts magic and trickery.
If she succeeds, Hitomi will be hunted the rest of her life. If she fails, she’ll face the ultimate punishment: enslavement to the High Council, her magic slowly drained until she dies.
Allan Sinclair, 40-year-old owner of his biotech firm that desperately needs to develop new drugs, thinks he may have found a cure for Alzheimer’s using the chemical properties of the native West African Nutmeg.
A fascinating story of what happens when Western business meets the reality of African society and politics—with a taste of Cold War machinations thrown in for good measure.
‘The barrier between the worlds shatters like the window. The beast is loose. My nightmare has become real. The guy has totally lost it. If he finds us here, we could die. No, I don’t doubt it; we will die.’
“This is riveting stuff, part magical realism dreamscape, part taut psychological thriller, and I was literally on the edge of my seat when the final twist – and what a twist it is – came around. Phew, what a ride!”
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Jon's life changes drastically when a strange ship sails into the harbour of his small town one day. Trapped between the possessive pirate captain and his murderous first mate, he must learn to adapt or lose himself completely. An epic love story of the lives of three men bound together by jealousy, lies, and passion.
“Caged is a fabulous erotica. In a market currently deluged with barely veiled porn, Deckard has brought readers a fully realized world and consistent, fascinating characters.” —Pavarti Tyler, Awesome Indies
Inheritance, betrayal, love, sex, aboriginal magic and a sleazy lawyer. What more could you want?
“A glorious novel, evocative of Australia from its opening descriptions. This is a troubled Western woman’s story combined with a wonderfully sympathetic view of the vanishing Aboriginal way of life.” Gidget – Amazon review