A Mossad agent falls for a kidnapped American girl. He’s ordered to blow his cover and escape from Iran with her. If he fails—his orders are to kill her.
Lady Angelina Marguerite Amelia Stewart was born in a time when women were valued for their beauty, titles and little else. Blessed with a quick mind and a sharp wit, she uses them both with little regard for consequence, while hiding secrets from those closest to her.
Michael Dickel’s highly engaging fourth book gathers flash fiction written in recent years—from a series of surreal memoryscapes to flash thrillers to psychological experiments. This hybrid writing blurs genre lines across poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and cultural criticism in an entertaining montage of imagery.
Eve Townsend is strong-willed and independent. Everything seems to be going her way when she earns a job promotion and meets a handsome police detective.Unexpectedly, Eve is injured when a former coworker returns on a shooting rampage. Will Mike rescue Eve in time and will they get their happy ending?
This is a story about men and women straining under the pressures of conformity, yet finding themselves open to the possibility there is more to life than rules. The readers will find themselves pulling for the antagonist while hoping the protagonists fail. At that moment, the antagonist has become the protagonist and the protagonists must change.
As Gunther entered the darkened room with only moonlight to illuminate it, he walked toward the glass doors to the balcony. Danny peered over the counter, seeing that they were still shut, knowing Gunther would turn the other way, having assessed that Danny was still there somewhere, cowering like a cornered animal.
There are twists and turns in this debut book that will make you laugh and cry. Passion Surrender is a quick read, leaving you wanting more.
My life’s incidents have taught me that nothing is predictable and nothing can last forever.Nowadays, I live my life based on these two premises.
“I wanted to be part of an American community. Of a sudden I had the sensation of disintegrating. I felt myself in little pieces. Was I Solvene, American, or even maybe Irish? Catholic or Pagan? For a moment I wasn’t sure even if I were male or female. I felt myself dissolving into the mountains and the fresh blue sky.”
Experience the spark of love as it is gently kindled and blossoms into flames of passion between Patricia and John. Step back into the Civil War in the South and live beside this memorable couple.