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Detective Nathan Andrew D’Azzo, masked as Drew Parker, is on an undercover mission to unveil the connection between Judge Jarret and Marcus Jacko, a mafia boss in the Mid-Atlantic states.

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Mary
Cook

Detective Antonia Delgado, aka Toni, has a very firm grip on her career. However, things start to change when a series of murders start taking place that seems to point to her as the perpetrator. Her closest friend and colleague, Robert Mathews, sticks with her as they search for the murderer who keeps leaving more bodies on his/her trail.

Hubert Pike, driven by his greed for wealth, overtook the Marston House when his cousin, Edward, left for war. Edward’s sister, Isobel, becomes the victim of Pike’s greed as he uses all means necessary to subdue her to his whims. Unbeknownst to Pike, overtaking the wealth and social status of the Marston family will not be easy.

Just a Girl
Becky
Monson

CHICK-LIT/ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Quinn is enjoying one of her favorite snacks when life throws a very handsome man, Henry, her way. Their initial meeting is a mix of both sweet and sour. However, both of them are left with a longing to see each other and to do away with the ‘sour’ bit while throwing more building blocks to the ‘sweet’ side.

Bennett has learned the hard way not to rely on anyone. Surviving both child and spousal abuse, Bennett is slow to commit and slower to trust. It took her two years to trust the women she now sees as sisters, but if she is going to support her daughter, she is willing to do anything, but she has no plans to risk it all for a man, even one as handsome and kind as Nash.

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