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Sometimes vengeance isn’t enough. There are times when a man is forced to choose the wrong side of the law. When everything is stripped away and ruthless, cold revenge is all that remains. They call me Wraith for a reason. When people need to disappear, I’m the one that’s called in. I move through the shadows and strike without mercy. But taking what is mine and leaving me for dead? Yeah, that’s a grave mistake. There’s no holding back now. I might have a hell of a lot to lose but it’s nothing compared to the suffering I’ll unleash. Halloween is a time when the devil likes to come out and play. But the devil never counted on one of his own beating him at his own game.

Death can’t stop Love. She lost her fiancé years ago. He’s looking for something that feels like home. When they meet at the Halloween Fest, will they embrace the supernatural elements bringing them together and give love a second chance? Trixie: I lost the love of my life days before Halloween, only hours after he proposed, and every year since then he’s come to visit me in my dreams—except this year. So, when a stranger (who reminds me of him in every way) comes to down with his sights set on me, I have to wonder if he is a trick or a treat. If he’s a trick—well, my heart’s already broken. But if he’s a treat—he’s the happily ever-after I thought I lost years ago. What do I have to lose, besides my mind, if I play trick-or-treat with the new guy in town? Treat: I woke up from a coma three months ago, and nothing of my previous life has felt right. So, I follow my instincts into the Sangre de Cristo mountains to a little town hosting a Halloween Festival, and suddenly everything feels right. Right place, right time, and right girl who shines like a beacon in an otherwise muted world. The closer I get to her, the more I realize the man on the inside is not the man on the outside, and if I want to stay, I have to convince her to risk her heart and love me as the man she once loved.

I am the villain, the psycho, the monster. And I’m obsessed with the woman that shattered me to pieces and married my father. He’s left me to pay for all his mistakes with blood, pain, loneliness and heartache while he lives like a king and gets the girl, MY GIRL, War is in order. Sins of the father never die. I’ll fight to the last drop of my blood, but I vow I won’t be the only one bleeding. The finale is here. Are you ready?

A serial killer is stalking the donors of the San Francisco Philharmonic and it is up to police detective Phillipa ‘Flip’ Morland to stop him. With her partner in the hospital, Flip must team up with classical musician Professor Jeremy Burke to catch the madman they’ve dubbed ‘Amadeus’ for his penchant of playing Mozart while he commits his brutal crimes.

There WILL be a royal wedding. The only question–who will be my groom? An arranged marriage isn’t the worst fate for a princess like me. Especially because I’ve been in love with my intended groom since we were children. But when my prince shows up with an American girlfriend instead of an engagement ring, all arrangements are off. The clock is nearing midnight–I won’t turn into a pumpkin, but if I’m not wed by summer’s end, I’ll forfeit my kingdom. Just your typical royal dilemma. Out of sheer desperation, I make a deal with a devilish duke. Rafe de Silva is the prince’s rival and has a plan so ridiculous it just might work. One moment, Rafe seems to relish making the prince jealous. And the next… he’s making me question everything with his words, his touch, and his ability to melt my Ice Princess persona. I’m not always given the luxury of choice, but now I have a huge one to make. I only hope I don’t lose my crown, my heart, or myself in the process…

She came here for protection, but that’s the last thing she’s going to find. Welcome to Corium University, where the most dangerous criminals in the world send their offspring. Assassins, mafia leaders, arms dealers and art thieves. You name it, this college houses them. Nothing can touch us here. The only rule: No one can die. I knew she would be here. Aspen was my enemy in every shape of the word. A liar, a thief. I wanted revenge for my family, revenge against her father. I knew the rules. Knew I couldn’t kill her, but I could hurt her. I could make her wish she never came to Corium. She wasn’t made for this place. If she thought the university was the only nightmare she would have to face, she was wrong. I was the king, and this was my kingdom.

“Three babies?? This has got to be a mistake.” How did this happen? Ezra is the last guy I should be creating a human with. Never mind THREE. Sure he’s sinfully hot… But he’s also a cocky Neanderthal. And the man who bullied me since I can remember. One major lapse in judgement leads to three heartbeats in my sonogram visit. I’m in a real predicament, but I know one thing is certain: these babies won’t pay for my mistake. Now, I need to work up the courage to tell their father – and my heart is beating a million miles a minute!!!

Five years ago, I was the poor kid at the St. Thomas Academy, thanks to a scholarship. Sabine was the rich kid at Bessemer Bay High. I never fit in anywhere. She fit in everywhere. She gave me a chance to be something more and I blew it. Like a woman scorned, she pinned the condoms meant for us on my bulletin board. Like an idiot, my kid brother took them down so my mother wouldn’t see them. Me…I was blissfully unaware of either of their actions and after graduation at the dunes, passed out the condoms I no longer needed like they were party favors. The result? Two accidental pregnancies, that I knew about. One soured relationship. And I nearly had my ass beat. Sounds about right. Now, I was home, trying to make something of myself since nothing in my life had gone as planned, not college, not my career, and not Sabine. I didn’t mind so much about the career change, or not finishing college, but through the years my biggest regret was losing Sabine. Then the unexpected happened. Sabine and I crossed paths again. And if I had my way, we’d be walking the same path forever. I was smarter, stronger, and more confident now. I could handle whatever came my way, even if the next accidental pregnancy was on me.

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