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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter One

Prologue “Where’s Cal?” Alf Calioni demanded in his rough voice when US Marshal Race Stevens showed his badge. “He retired.” “I’m used to Cal.” Alf frowned and stared at the younger man. “You need to get used to me now. What’s the problem?” Race demanded, noting the worried look on Rose Calioni’s face. The apartment […]

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Discipline by Piper Stone – Chapter One

Chapter One “Respect. You don’t know how to respect me.” “Redemption,” Shannon countered, glaring at her husband. “That’s exactly what I need, David, and in truth, that’s the one thing I deserve. Especially since you can’t give me any honesty.” “What did you say to me?” David’s voice boomed. “You heard me. I can’t trust […]

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Sweet Little Gypsy by Angela Sargenti – Part One

Chapter One My heart hammers so hard in my chest, it feels fit to burst. I try to run, but the man, he’s on horseback, and he chases me on a fine horse, glossy and chestnut colored. I see an oak tree up ahead, and think perhaps I can climb it and scramble over the […]

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Buried Treasure by Laura Clarke – Chapter One

Chapter One Autumn Pumpkin drummed her fingers on the café table and glanced out the window. On the sidewalk outside, various people, most of them elderly, hurried from casino to casino, laughing and joking. “They have money to lose,” she whispered to herself. “I don’t.” She glanced at her watch. The man she was supposed […]

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Go Ahead, I’ll Bite by Ruby Caine – Part One

Prologue The obsession begins “Camille? What are you doing here?” Belle Simar was shocked to see her fiancé’s baby sister when she answered the door. “I’ve come to break you out, honey. Grab your purse and come check out my sweet ride.” The younger girl favored her brother a lot. Both had dark hair and […]

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Their Partnership by Lynn Forest – Chapter One

Chapter One Alicia Brighton walked with cautious, halting steps down the wet sidewalk as midnight neared. Not only did the rain and cloudy sky add to the foreboding feel of the poorly lit street, there was heavy fog that would not allow her to see anything further than thirty feet away. For that matter, she […]

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JT Burroughs by Laurel Joseph – Chapter One

Chapter One The flames were a bright orange against the night sky, and reacting to the danger, Janie urged her stallion to a full gallop. Someone could be inside the burning building! She saw a group of men riding away from the fire as if being chased, and a couple of minutes later, she saw […]

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