Dan All Over Again The Mountie Steals A Wife

Author: Tina Wainscott
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460375157
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You do?” On weak legs, she slowly stood. She brushed the straw from her
clothing, stalling for time. He advanced on her. “What the hell did you think you
were doing? Are you insane?” For a split second she thought he was going to
start yelling. She braced herself against the little house. The gold had been in
there. That meant Jeannie had done it, which meant Melina had helped. A sick
fear gripped her. He held his palms open in a gesture of frustration. “What were
you thinking?

Black Out

Author: John Lawton
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802195849
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Elsie Carlisle crooned her seductive croon — 'You got me cryin' again'. 'You think
you can just breeze in here when it suits you? Is that it?' 'I . . . er. . . 'You couldn't
phone?' 'No I couldn't. Things have happened since we last met.' 'Short of the
second front opening — and I kind of think I'd hear about that before you did — it
ain't good enough, whatever it is.' 'Major Wayne—' Troy got no further with the
sentence. She screamed. 'Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagh!!!!! Don't mention that
name to ...

Hunt With The Hounds

Author: Mignon G. Eberhart
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497655501
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“Do you think Ernestine was serious?” “Oh, my goodness. Serious! She was
furious. If you'd been there at that minute, Sue, I don't know what she'd have done
. I've wondered,” Camilla said, “exactly what did happen. But I think I know. I don't
think you meant to do it.” Again Sue felt as if dark waters touched her. “You don't
think I meant ...” “No, of course. Why, you wouldn't do anything like that in cold
blood, Sue. My conscience hasn't hurt me one bit about not telling what I know. I
think ...

The Good German

Author: Joseph Kanon
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 1429900539
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When you think you've heard the worst, there's something more. Always
something worse.” Loaded into trucks while she watched. “How many?” Jake
said. “Does it matter?” Jake shook his head. A girl with bright eyes and curly hair.
But who was anybody anymore? “Can I see her? Could you arrange that?” “If you
want. I should tell you, you won't be the first. Your buddies were all over this one.
A Nazi? Old news. But a Jew? That they went for. Ach.” He waved his hand again
, as if he ...

Darkness Descending

Author: Harry Turtledove
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 142991498X
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If you think you can fall asleep on me, you had better think again.” “I am sorry,
milady,” Bauska said around a yawn. “I'm sure I don't know what's come over me
the past few days.” Wise in the ways of servants, Krasta had no doubt she was
lying, but couldn't tell why. Bauska yawned again, yawned and then gulped. Her
complexion, always pale, went distinctly green. After another gulp, she made a
strangled choking noise, turned, and dashed out of Krasta's bedchamber. When
she ...

Sweet Salt Air

Author: Barbara Delinsky
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250020387
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You should feel guilty every time you look at her. I hope you suffer.” It wasn't the
suffering that bothered Charlotte, as much as the hatred. Nicole wasn't a hater.
Knowing that she had caused this was as bad as everything else. “But you'll have
to look at me, too,” Charlotte said deferentially enough. “Are you sure you want
that?” Nicole's nod was slow and long. “I want my cookbook done. Besides, if you
think you can run off with those stem cells, think again. Julian will go after you.

Like Yesterday

Author: Kristi Farley
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781463421632
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down inside you knew you were never going to get over her, that she was your
reason for living and that your heart would never be able to beat again until you
knew that she was happy without you.” Garrett ... She felt safe with me and I know
I can take care of her every need. With you and Aaliah, you guys are just
teenagers, both trying to get through college wanting to start a new life, you have
not even lived yet and you think that you are each others everything, but you're
just kids.

Uncovering Her Secrets

Author: Amalie Berlin
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460328140
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from saying what she had been dancing around for six weeks. “If you think I'm
going to let you operate without a safety net after that date, think again.” “If you
think I want to operate without a safety net, think again,” Preston countered,
shaking his head. “Do you really think that the idea that my eyes might go wrong
and I could seriously hurt or kill a patient because of it has not crossed my mind?
That it doesn't keep me up at night?” “How can I know what you think about it?
You act like ...

A Complete Collection Of State Trials And Proceedings For High Treason And Other Crimes And Misdemeanors From The Earliest Period To The Year 1820 Etc

Author: Thomas Bayly Howell
Publisher:
ISBN:
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She had a striped flowered gown, very much sullied, it was flung about her, just
as if she had newly come out of bed. I did see her face, but when I had just
looked upon her, she clapped herhood together over it presently. - Serj. Jeff. Do
you think you should know her again if you see her? - Mr. Patten. I believe I might
. Serj. Jeff. Pray, madam, stand up again, and lift up your hood. . [Which she did.]
Mr. Patten. This is the lady. I saw her face twice, once as I told you, and then
when she ...

Mr Jones Rules For The Modern Man

Author: Dylan Jones
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 144475503X
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As we were walking around the paddock, inspecting the horses, I turned to her
and did it – asked her to marry me. Even though I didn't kneel (it was raining), she
totally knew what I was going to do, as she smiled, said 'Of course' and then
kissed me on the mouth. For some innate reason, women always know when you
're about to propose, so I would advise any of you who might consider changing
your mind at the last minute to think again; she'll already think you're going to do
it, and ...