Weathering the storm with him is his campaign manager, Erica Taylor, an intelligent political media strategist from California. Determined to help Jack, she is still haunted by her parents’ murder ten years earlier in Egypt. A delicate romance begins to blossom when a terrorist attack halts their love affair and Jack’s bid for president. As the campaign falls into chaos, Erica uncovers a secret from Jack’s past: that he’s partially responsible for her parents’ deaths. With lives hanging in the balance halfway around the world, Jack not only risks losing the approaching election, but he risks losing Erica to a mistake he made a decade prior. Through political disgrace and lost love, Jack is unsure if he will ever live up to the Roosevelt name.
The Third Roosevelt is a story of politics, religion, and love. Recorded by the ticking of an antique watch once owned by Teddy and FDR, Jack and Erica’s tale meanders through political trials and triumphs, showing us that the only thing we need to believe in is love.
When their aunt mistakes Skye’s date as her soul mate only to discover he is really Sarah’s, her family tries to make up for it by finding the man Skye truly belongs with. Unfortunately, their last attempt failed miserably when they set her up for a speed-dating event, so her aunt resorts to magic to accomplish their desires. Suddenly propelled back in time without warning, Skye is saved from a brutal cougar attack by a Scottish Laird who has just returned from another skirmish and only wants to sit in front of a warm fire with a mug of ale. Instead, Aiden finds Skye and believes the unknown ‘lad’ to be a spy. When he finds out the spy is a female his concern grows, as does his lust.
Aiden realizes this woman can be his downfall but she calls to him in a way he cannot deny. Has she been sent to destroy all he has fought for, or is she his salvation? Fighting his desires, he knows he must ensure the safety of his home and kin from those that wish to destroy what he has fought to hold onto.
In this tale set in fourteenth century Scotland, a witch must determine if she can trust the man who holds her life in his hands - even as he steals her heart.
Although she was born in France, Marie spent almost all her life in England, at the royal court of King Henry II, in the 12th century. There she wrote a series of rhymed fairy tales known as Breton lai or lays inspired from the ancients Greeks and Romans. Medieval Lays and Legends of Marie de France are a collection of 12 such poems written to both instruct and entertain the reader.
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