Sunday, November 15, 2009

eHarlequin Silhouette Romantic Suspense Titles for December 2009

Sparked by danger, fueled by passion, eHarlequin.com has released the December 2009 titles in their Silhouette Romantic Suspense series. Let yourself be swept away with characters who fall in love under larger-than-life circumstances. In Silhouette Romantic Suspense, suspense, emotion and glamour combine to create these highly charged books! For more information or to purchase any of the books below, click on the book title or book cover. (Previous months titles can be found on the backlist page.)

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The Cavanaugh Code by Marie Ferrarella

The Cavanaugh Code by Marie Ferrarella

While searching for clues in a murder victim's apartment, Detective Taylor McIntyre stumbles upon an intruder. Thinking she's got her killer, Taylor handcuffs him to a railing. The next morning, she's shocked when she runs into her "fugitive" at the police precinct. Even more infuriating is her undeniable attraction to him.

Private investigator J. C. Laredo finds Taylor's tough-as-nails demeanor a turn-on. And her stubborn refusal to accept his help in the murder investigation doesn't deter him. He always gets what he wants. But as the body count rises, J.C. and Taylor must race to find a twisted serial killer—before he finds them …

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Seduced by the Operative by Merline Lovelace

Seduced by the Operative by Merline Lovelace

For psychologist Claire Cantwell—code name Cyrene—the stakes couldn't be higher. Tapped for a top secret mission for the president, the OMEGA covert operative needed the unique expertise of a man with whom she'd shared danger—and her bed.

Lethally attractive special ops agent and ultrasuave diplomat Luis Esteban wanted more than Claire was ready to give. Now, with their very survival at stake, Claire has to trust Luis with her life…even if that means surrendering the one thing she vowed never to give: her heart.

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The Soldier's Secret Daughter by Cindy Dees

The Soldier's Secret Daughter by Cindy Dees

Dashing spy Jagger Holtz lived in a world of danger. Not even a sweet brown-eyed siren alone on New Year's Eve could be trusted, especially when he had to bring down her employer. Somehow Emily Grainger broke through his defenses—and set him up for two years of torturous captivity. Or so he thought.

Emily hadn't expected a cryptic message to lead her to rescue the man who'd disappeared after their night of passion. Nor had she known that he'd been held prisoner all that time and believed that she was responsible. Despite the suspicion, they must work together to stop the threat against them…and protect their precious daughter.

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Protecting Their Baby by Sheri Whitefeather

Protecting Their Baby by Sheri Whitefeather

It happened one night—a few hours of blissful passion that left Lisa Gordon pregnant with Rex Sixkiller's baby. And now her unborn child was in grave danger. She needed Rex more than ever.

A decorated soldier, Warrior Society activist and member of the Cherokee nation, Rex would do anything to keep Lisa and their child safe … even if that meant temporarily moving in with them. His P. I. instincts on red alert, nothing prepared Rex for the desire reigniting between them. He wanted to get to know the woman whose survival depended on him. But an explosive secret in Lisa's past could destroy their chance for a future …

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1 comment:

  1. I really like the covers of the Steeple Hill Love Inspired suspense novels, especially if they portray a scene rather than a man or woman. Like a boat tied to a dock, or a farmhouse -- that sort of thing. Oh, and I like the scarecrow in one of them, forget the title at the moment.

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