Katie and Ben fell hopelessly in love when they were only nineteen and quickly settled into the idyllic life in the small coastal town of Solomons Island. Ten years later, their perfect life of morning talks on the porch and sunset strolls by the bay starts to unravel when a secret Katie buried long ago resurfaces and threatens to tear her and Ben apart. Now, Katie must decide whether to tell Ben the truth about her past and risk losing the man she loves, or to bury her secret again and risk losing both their lives.
When Jenna’s husband dies in a car accident, her perfect life in Southport, North Carolina is shattered. Alone, financially broke and depressed, she decides to move back home to the small riverside town of Solomon’s Island, Maryland where she meets Elliot, a restaurant owner. Slowly, she begins to rebuild her life but just when she thinks she has found happiness again, her dead husband shows up at her doorstep very much alive and threatening to kill her and Elliot if she doesn’t complete a series of mysterious tasks. Everything Jenna thought she knew about her husband was a lie and she now finds herself not only fighting for her life but also for Elliot’s.
At twenty eight, Mason Bailey is a successful real estate developer living in Washington D.C. An opportunity to buy a farm at a cheap price, takes him back to his small Southern Maryland hometown where he expects to quickly purchase the land for future development and then head back to the city. Things don’t go as planned when he discovers that the owner of the land is Lily, the girl with whom he fell in love years ago when they were only sixteen. Mason and Lily share a tragic past which still haunts them. Their reunion will either rekindle their love for each other or ruin them forever.
What happens when a sexy rich writer meets a damaged girl?
The only way that twenty-three year old Jadie Santiago can escape her sucky childhood is to force herself to move on with her life and bury a shameful secret.
When Jadie lands a new job at a literary agency things start looking up. Yet the one thing Jadie never expected was capturing the attention of the devastatingly handsome and rich Reece Carter, an aspiring writer who could destroy the precarious future she’s just started rebuilding.
Even though her heart might be in the right place, Jadie can’t seem to stop making one bad decision after another. Especially when it comes to those she loves. Which means getting involved with Reece could be dangerous, but so is ignoring the smoldering tension that ignites whenever they’re around each other. And before she can fully commit to someone, Jadie must learn to overcome her own inner-demons.
After Jadie bumps into the absentee father who abandoned her and is now homeless, it causes those crippling insecurities to come crashing back into her life. The shocking encounter forces Jadie to face a dark deed that still haunts her. Now she has no other choice but to tell Reece the truth and risk losing everything.
Sandy is young, smart, and attractive, and as an aspiring film student at a prestigious university in Washington, D.C., she seems to have everything going for her, including the attraction of one of her young, handsome professors.
But Sandy also has a past.
While very young, she is sent to live with her godmother in a small town in El Salvador. The town is nondescript in every way but one: in over seven years, no babies in the town have been born alive. Without a scientific reason for the stillborn children, it seems the only explanation is that the town is cursed.
Now grown and attending college in America, Sandy continues to carry the weight of her childhood with her, a burden that has always prevented her from ever being truly happy.
Then one day she meets a cafeteria worker named Elena, and Sandy instantly feels the pull of something mysterious and intriguing in the woman.
Reluctantly, Elena agrees to be the subject of Sandy’s film project, and in the process provides the key to unraveling the secrets of Sandy’s past and the path to finding true love in the future.
When quite by accident, Maggie finds herself stuck in the small riverside town of Solomon’s Island, Maryland, she determines to start a new life where no one knows who she is and where she can bury her past and also hide from the danger that is threatening to find her. She meets handsome and charming bike repair shop owner, Dustin, who she tries to resist.
Though Maggie’s dark past and secrets haunt her every day, she starts to let her guard down and she not only finds herself in a whirlwind romance with Dustin, she also begins to fall in love with the small town of Solomon’s and its people.
Just when Maggie begins to feel safe, her past catches up with her and she must choose between being brave and fighting for her new life or surrendering to the danger that has found her.
Haven on the Riverwalk is perfect for fans of Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks.
One day while on the roof she witnesses a disturbing event taking place on the ground below her. Black smoke has appeared out of nowhere. People are screaming and dropping to the ground. Kara watches, frozen and terrified as the smoke makes its way through the city.
She must now decide whether to wait for help that may never come or take a chance and leave to face whatever it is that is attacking the city.
Her choice is made for her when Lincoln, an angel, appears and tells her she must join him and the other angels in a battle against fallen angels and other dark supernatural beings who have joined forces to destroy the Earth.
Kara must now overcome her fear and help save the world, but can she do so without falling in love with Lincoln?
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