Beautiful. Haunting. Rare. The Fabergé Eggs are on display at the Carter Museum of History and Science. Jason Hood, the museum’s pretentious owner, knows their value is bound to attract attention, but the coordinated attack on the exhibit is not something he saw coming. A field trip to the museum for Amara Massey and her students takes a deadly turn. She finds herself at the center of a police investigation with few leads. Convinced Amara is withholding information, Jason pursues her to get the answers he cannot get on his own. The outcome neither of them expect is their surprising need for each other. What must they sacrifice to get everything they want?
Olivia only knows Alex by his powerful, elusive reputation. She looks at him and sees a man skillful at keeping secrets and ruining lives. But the circumstances surrounding the murder of someone close to them leave Olivia little choice but to seek out his help. Alex holds all the answers. He’s also the one person standing in Olivia’s way of uncovering the truth about the night her world fell apart. Alex sees the pain in Olivia’s eyes, and he wants to show her there is more to life than loss, more to a man than his image. There are selfish reasons why he cannot let her go—reasons beyond his control. He must give in to his instincts about her without exposing the extent of his deceit.
Brooke Wentworth, the hard-working owner of a bakery, stumbled into her fairytale future—directly into the arms of Jonathan Burke, heir to his family’s chain of upscale hotels. On the night before their elopement, everything goes terribly wrong and Brooke never makes it to the airport. But Jonathan doesn’t come looking for her… Six years later, Brooke has rebuilt the pieces of her life and found happiness again, until her path crosses with Jonathan’s. Their untimely meeting unravels secrets and betrayals, including the daughter Brooke kept hidden from him. Determined to take everything from her, Jonathan forces Brooke to make an impossible choice between her daughter and the bakery. How can she ever be happy if she has to abandon what’s most important in her life?