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Dracones Awakening by Sheri-Lynn Marean
Hunted by witches, the Dracones fled to Earth and started a new life. Now Tierney’s father is missing.
Twenty-one-year-old Tierney knows who she wants. But when she gazes into Jax’s eyes, she realizes they’ll never escape their past.
With his Awakening approaching, Jax fears the emergence of his dragon. Terrified of endangering Tierney, he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe.
But their enemy has found them. Ancient instincts are triggered, new friendships formed, trust broken, and promises made. Can Tierney and Jax overcome their legacy to avoid the enemy’s sinister plans?
The Beachcombers by Stephanie Queen
from USA Today Bestselling Author Stephanie Queen
Ex-special ops legend Dane Blaise takes on a new partner for a kidnapping case, gorgeous Scotland Yard detective Shana George. Mistake? Maybe. The fireworks between them could get them killed before they have a chance to find the missing heiress–and whoever is behind the kidnapping.
If she weren’t such a bad-ass, Shana might have acknowledged her bone-aching exhaustion. As it was, she conceded the irritability that had settled in. She scowled at the perky flight attendant who scurried by. Okay, maybe the irritability had escalated to bitchiness. But hell, so far her first undercover assignment with the Met held about as much promise as her first attempt to capture a rabid kangaroo.
She had not expected, after flying ….
Make Me Forget by Anna Brooks
Travis: It only took one summer with her to know she was it for me. But just when I thought I finally had something real, she shattered everything I believed and left without looking back.
Charlotte: I knew I’d see him when I went home. I was planning on it. But years ago, I told a lie, and I’m afraid some mistakes can’t be forgiven. Now I’m back, but I’m not the same girl he used to know.
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