If You Liked “Whiskey Beach”, You’ll Love…

For more than three hundred years, Bluff House has sat above Whiskey Beach, guarding its shore—and its secrets. But to Eli Landon, its home.

In her latest Bestseller, Whiskey Beach, Nora Roberts marries romance with suspense for a delightfully delicious tale. A Boston lawyer, Eli has weathered an intense year of public scrutiny and police investigations after being accused of—but never arrested for—the murder of his soon to be ex-wife. He finds sanctuary at Bluff House, where Abra Walsh, Whiskey Beach’s resident housekeeper, helps Eli take control of his life and clear his name. But as they become entangled in each other, they find themselves caught in a net that stretches back for centuries—one that has ensnared a man intent on reaping the rewards of destroying Eli Landon once and for all.

If you enjoyed Whiskey Beach, check out these tantalizing indie treats:

Deadly Offerings (Deadly Trilogy) by Alexa Grace

The first adventure in this sizzling romantic suspense trilogy features a blend of pulsing passion and razor-sharp suspense. After a nasty divorce, Anne Mason thinks she’ll be safe, building a wind farm in the Midwest. But someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts—for her!

As the body count rises, Anne realizes a cold-blooded serial killer is patiently waiting and watching her every move. And he won’t stop until he ends her life. It is clear there are no limits to this killer’s thirst for revenge or how far he will go to get it.


Pacific Avenue by Anne L. Watson

Where do you go from the end of the line? This is the question facing Kathy Woodbridge as she steps off the bus in the port city of San Pedro, California. Nineteen years old, from Louisiana, she is running away from her past. There’s a lot to run away from.

Lacey Greer, who works with Kathy, can tell that she’s in trouble, but Lacey’s husband advises her to stay out of it. Set in San Pedro, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans in the early seventies, Pacific Avenue explores themes of love, belonging, helpfulness, hope, forgiveness, reconciliation, interracial marriage, and healing from the trauma of war.


Deadly Memories by S.D. O’Donnell

Saul Becker is an ex-cop plagued by memories of a woman who was murdered by her abusive husband. Becker blames himself for her death, leading to his retirement and his ongoing struggle with insomnia.

When Becker’s elderly neighbor finds a catatonic woman hiding in a hollow tree near their houses, he is happy to let the local police handle the case. Except kind-hearted Mrs. Blackmore insists he check up on the woman, dubbed Jayne (“Jane-with-a-y”) Doe, and Becker finds himself drawn to her. When an adversary from Becker’s past makes a re-appearance, he’s pulled into the case, falling into old routines of protection and investigation. And falling for Jayne. Together, Saul and Jayne set out to uncover her past. But they are in more danger than they know, and it will take all of Saul’s skill and training to track down the past that’s stalking them.


Nowhere Safe (Slye Temp) by Dianna Love

A romantic adventure from the New York Times bestselling author. A blown CIA operation in the UK destroyed an elite mercenary black ops unit two years ago. Surviving members disappeared to heal their wounds, and have now resurfaced as part of Slye Temp, an agency contracting security work with corporate America. At least, that’s what goes on above ground.

Slye Temp agent Josh Carrington should have died during the blown UK mission. Scars fade and nightmares can be managed, but he’ll never forget watching an innocent woman die because she trusted him.


Wild Montana Sky (The Montana Sky Series) by Debra Holland

When her brother announces his marriage, Elizabeth Hamilton suddenly becomes unwanted and unwelcome in the only home she’s ever known. To escape the new mistress of the house, Elizabeth accepts the invitation of her best friend to journey to Montana.

The dirt streets and wooden storefronts of Sweetwater Springs and the hardships of ranch living are worlds away from the refinements of Gilded Age Boston, yet Elizabeth is filled with new hope—and buoyed by a wealthy banker’s attentions. Yet it’s cowboy Nick Sanders who slowly awakens her heart and helps her recognize her strengths. And when a deadly influenza epidemic strikes, Elizabeth will fight for those she loves—and the life she’s ready to claim.

A USA Today bestseller and winner of Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award, Wild Montana Sky is historical romance at its best—a warm, uplifting story of new love and second chances.


Just a Wish Away byBarbara Freethy

Alexa Parker and Braden Elliott fell in love on a summer day when they were twelve years old, while searching for sea glass on the beaches of Washington State.  Discovering an unusually shaped blue bottle, Alexa declared it a genie’s home. Closing their eye and popping the cork, they each made a wish.

Before their love had a chance to grow, life, family and tragedy separated the two best friends. Fifteen years later, Alexa returns to Sand Harbor on family business. Braden is also back, but he’s not the innocent boy Alexa remembers. Can the sweet love of youth be recaptured by two now cynical souls? Can solving the mystery of the past bring them to a new future? Or will it take a wish, maybe two …

If you enjoyed Nora Roberts’ Whiskey Beach, check out these six spectacular indie page turners. Be sure your seat is comfy—especially the edge of it!

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