By Kat Martin
Hundreds of thousands of lives are at the line. yet for him, just one actually matters.
It's no longer in bodyguard Jake Cantrell's task description to proportion his suspicions along with his assignments. appealing govt Sage Dumont will be dependable, yet Jake's no longer on her payroll. As a former exact forces marine, Jake trusts his intestine, and it's telling him there's anything off a couple of cargo arriving at Marine Drilling foreign. His intuition is aroused...in extra methods than one.
A savvy businesswoman, Sage is familiar with greater than to take a few employed gun's "hunch" as gospel. And but she is studying to not underestimate the guy her grandfather employed to guard her. made up our minds to end up Jake mistaken, Sage does a few digging of her personal and turns up lethal information she was once by no means intended to see.
Drawn right into a terrifying internet of lies and deceit-and into emotions they can't find the money for to explore-what Jake and Sage discover can be frighteningly worse than they ever imagined.
Read Online or Download Against the Sun (The Raines of Wind Canyon, Book 6) PDF
Similar romance books
Retail ePub from OverDrive switched over to mobi utilizing Calibre
To examine one was once to work out the opposite. For kin, even the girls' personal father, it used to be a continuing guessing online game. For strangers, the shock was once overwhelming. And for the twins Olivia and Victoria Henderson, outstanding younger women coming of age on the flip of the century, their bond was once mysterious, fabulous, and infrequently playful--a mystery realm merely they inhabited.
Olivia and Victoria have been the liked daughters of a guy who by no means absolutely recovered from his wife's demise bearing them in 1893. Shy, severe Olivia, born 11 mins earlier than her sister, had taken over the position of mom of their lush big apple property, dealing with not just a loved ones yet her rebellious twin's flights of fancy. Free-spirited Victoria desired to swap the area. She embraced the women's suffrage circulation and dreamed of boating to war-torn Europe. Then, within the girls' twenty-first 12 months, because the first global conflict escalated in a foreign country, a fateful selection replaced their lives forever.
It started whilst Victoria's existence was once approximately to develop into a public scandal. It ended in a painful selection, and taken good-looking legal professional Charles Dawson into the Henderson's existence and relatives. Hand-picked by way of the twins' father to avoid wasting his daughter's attractiveness, Charles was once nonetheless mourning his wife's loss of life aboard the huge, suffering to elevate his 9 year-old son by myself, made up our minds by no means to lose his center back. Charles desired to think that, for the sake of his son, he can make an undesirable marriage paintings. yet in an act of deception that purely Olivia and Victoria may possibly deal with, the twins took an irrevocable step, which replaced either their lives endlessly; and took one of many twins to the battlefields of France, the opposite right into a marriage she longed for yet couldn't have.
From ny society to the trenches of war-ravaged France, replicate photograph strikes elegantly and dramatically via a wealthy and period. With startling perception, Danielle metal explores women's offerings: among domestic and experience, among the affection for relatives and the fervour for a reason, among sacrifice and hope. yet on the center of replicate picture is an interesting, lifelike portrait of exact twins, significantly assorted sisters who lead their lives and stick with their destinies opposed to a bright backdrop of an international at war.
Take 3 acquaintances, upload ex-lovers and several other new ones, then combine with extra secrets and techniques than any of them know—and the result's a recipe for explosive rivalries and incendiary romance. lawyer Liz Ramsey proposal she had everything—a committed accomplice, a demanding task, and plans for a relatives within the making.
Bronte Talbott follows the entire exploits of the British royals. in any case, they're the world's so much preeminent dysfunctional kinfolk. And who's she to pass judgement on? Bronte's personal look for love isn't going all that good, particularly after her smooth-talking Texan boyfriend unexpectedly leaves her within the dirt.
- Glory and the Rake. Deborah Simmons (Historical Romance Hb)
- His Brother's Bride (Banks Brothers' Brides, Book 4)
- Journey of Two Hearts: Will be Cherished Forever
- Broken Lords (Broken Mirrors Duology, Book 2)
Extra info for Against the Sun (The Raines of Wind Canyon, Book 6)
For a second I knew what it was and said, "That ain't god, that's a horseshoe crab. " He was grinning at me like I was about to get a good joke only I didn't know it. "Three weeks! " This was the first time I'd ever heard him express this viewpoint. Normally he begged to be believed, threatened to be believed, threw tantrums until you believed his lies. " "Well, that ain't what it ain't. " He brought the crab out of the crate and set it down in the dust. It didn't move, and I figured it must really just be dead.
But it was dust 49 douglas clegg upon dust, and my fingers painted dirt circles without ever cleaning a way to the daylight. Sumter pointed out a stack of dirty magazines: old Playboys, women's lingerie catalogues, and his pride and joy, a cutout in the form of a pair of glasses, but these were a woman's breasts — titties; Sumter giggled because he loved that word so much. He picked his cutout tits up and draped them across the bridge of his nose. " Despite the fact that the Playboys had the most female nakedness on display, Sumter's prize dirty pictures had been culled from the pages of National Geographic: endless clippings of topless African women with their lips extended, with a dozen metal rings around their necks, and all with long breasts like dark socks filled with toilet paper, tattoos along their bellies, a look in their eyes as if they were not even aware of their nudity.
He whispered, "It's god. " He pointed to a place I had always seen and never noticed, as if it had been a blank spot, a hole in the world. Even though I knew the place had existed there every summer we'd come up to the Retreat, I had no curiosity about it, I had no thought for it. "In Neverland," Sumter said. The shack was falling apart, and I thought when I was younger that it was some kind of old outhouse, given that it stood within a quarter mile of the Retreat, hidden back among the trees, and it looked and smelled pretty bad.