This has been yet another amazing week for Crimson’s new releases! Check out the latest:
In the contemporary Taming the Stallion, by Dorothy Callahan, Peace Officer Raylie McPherson’s mission in life is to protect animals from abuse. Despite having to face her horror from the last time she rode, making her relive her fiancé’s death every time she sets foot in a stable, she is determined to do her job. But when she finds herself confronted with Ashton Lyre, the owner of a well-known stable under investigation, she realizes that this case may not be as cut and dry as she’d hoped.
Shauna Marino, the heroine of the contemporary Wildly, by Debra Kayn, left her home town six years ago an innocent teenager — gangly, wild, and embarrassingly head over heels with local tennis champion Grayson Schlyer. Now, she’s back to fix her mistakes. She’s gained a respectable job and set a plan in motion to benefit the town. Now all that’s left is to prove to Grayson she’s changed. Maybe this time, he won’t tell her no when she shows up naked and asks him to make her a woman.
The romantic suspense Dancing with Detective Danger, by Lynn Crandall, introduces us to private investigator Sterling Aegar — a former police officer determined to leave the cop life behind after the deaths of her police officer father and brother-in-law. So when her latest case threatens to reveal her own buried feelings for an old love — Detective Ben Kirby — Sterling runs for cover.
Love conquers all . . . but can it stop the Apocalypse? That’s the question being asked in the paranormal Seal of Destiny, by Traci Douglass. Our hero Kagan is a member of the Scion, an elite team of immortal warriors selected by Divinity to aid mankind and save the world. After a century alone, Kagan is summoned for a new mission. He’s eager to begin. Eager until he’s informed his mission consists of protecting a woman with no clue to the power she wields.
In Forever and Ever, Amen, by Liv Rancourt, Molly, a forty-something single mom, tangles with the wrong guy and gets a hell of a hickey. That blotch is really a demon’s mark, and she’ll have to face the three things that scare her most to get rid of it. The Powers That Be assign Cass to help her. He’s an angel who’s trying to earn a seat in the celestial choir by helping out a human in need. Vanquishing the demon would be his ticket up, but he’ll never earn his wings if he loses his heart to the lovely Molly. But she has even bigger things to worry about — she stands to lose her soul.