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Can love survive when time and space are out of sync?
In the aftermath of the Battle of the Portal, Kaelyn and Jack are left to pick up the pieces. But now they face their greatest challenge yet. Locking the portal hasn’t provided the Meti with the safety they’d hoped for. Instead, it has wrenched the worlds of Eladi and Ayeli into worse alignment than before.
With time and space at war with each other, Jack and Kaelyn must endure more devastating loss in their search for answers for both worlds. They turn to Kaelyn’s Elf uncle Hunter Drake. Will his sorcery be the answer to their prayers…or bring more danger into their midst?
Bonus material: “Strange Path”, the short story Prequel to the Synchronicity Series. Don’t miss it!
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What is reality when you’re running out of time?
Tucked away in the mountains of North Carolina, the people of the strange little town of Sanctuary have enjoyed their status as a tourist attraction and Renaissance faire destination for decades. But on her twenty-sixth birthday, Kaelyn Anderson discovers a dark secret about her hometown.
The only reality she’s ever known has proven false. Now, her last hope lies in an unusual alliance with the son of the enemy she didn’t even know she had. Under the protection of Jack, an Elf prince, Kaelyn plunges into Cherokee lore to find the answer that will protect her people from invaders from another world.
Can Kaelyn and Jack form an alliance between three factions to fight their common enemy, or are they out of time?
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Can time mend all wounds…or does it take a little love?
Ten years ago, Paige Cox left her hometown in the mountains of North Carolina, swearing she'd never go back to her cheating husband, her alcoholic mother and the best friend who'd betrayed her. However, her sister's death and her career as a war correspondent have changed her priorities. Honoring her sister's last wish, she returns home to care for her dying mother.
Sean Anderson has been in love with Paige most of his life, even when he had to let her go. Now, confronted by her return, he knows he'll never be satisfied as just a friend. But Sean's life is in the town he still calls home. Can he convince Paige it's worth putting down roots? Or will his own past prevent him from finally having the life he's dreamed of?
RomCon Reader Rating of 8.45!!!
“You’ll tell me, you know. Eventually you’ll trust me enough to tell me all about it. Do you know why?”
She shook her head, her eyes caught by his. God, this man knew how to get under her skin. Under her skin, into her mind…as if he were determined to own her, as if her determination to hold him off was just fuel for his determination to have her. It was enough to make her grit her teeth against a wild desire to give into him.
His smile was confident. “Because I’m going to tell you all my secrets. And when I do, you’ll want to give me something back.”
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Life’s natural order is chaos…
Cady Summers thinks she has all her ducks in a row: great house, beautiful family. Then her estranged twin sister Cam shows up…pregnant. Envious of her sister’s condition and lonely with a teenage daughter and a workaholic husband, Cady’s life no longer seems to have the perfect order she has always cherished.
A recovering drug addict and absentee mother of two, Cam Taylor has never had any order in her life. Afraid of his reaction to her pregnancy, Cam flees the man she loves, seeking refuge in the only home she still knows.
Can the love between the two sisters provide a healing balm for the wounds of her scarred marriage or will Cady seek solace in the arms of another man? Can the reunion with her sister give Cam the courage she needs to face the man she loves or will she let her past mistakes come between them?
- Freshly divorced, Rachel Duvall thinks she wants nothing more than to party and drink and somehow fill the aching void in her life with whatever her alimony can buy her. What better place to do it than on Isla Foriscura, the Caribbean island getaway owned by handsome ex-magician Ian Logan? Drawn to Rachel from the moment she walks into his life, Logan can see she needs help. Rachel has lost her faith in love, magic and even happiness. He thinks he can restore it, but to do so, he’ll have to pull off the greatest trick of his career. With the help of his fellow magicians, he might just manage it. Can a little Island Magic heal the wounds that have left both of them feeling incomplete? Or will a few hot jungle nights and an undeniable attraction help Rachel and Logan spark a little magic of their own?
Finally, the sequel to critically-acclaimed DUCKS IN A ROW!
Will Hubbard—in an attempt to recover from his disastrous affair with a married woman and allow her to mend fences with her family—returns to his family vineyard, leaving behind the life and woman he loves. Disgraced and shamed, Will is determined never to make the same mistake again.
Accalia Nikoulas is just looking for the best scuppernong grapes for her new winery. With an overprotective father and an estranged husband looking over her shoulder from Greece, Accalia wants nothing more than to make a success of her first independent venture into the world of winemaking.
What neither expects is to find the kind of love together that lets you stop looking...Saturday Love.
Praise for Michelle Garren Flye:
"What a journey! Where the Heart Lies is a romance with heart, heat, and a big ambitious story covering miles of emotional terrain. You'll be swept away."
"Where the Heart Lies is an ambitious and engrossing tale, full of complexities of both character and plot. With her narrative skill and unforgiving wit, Flye had me alternately laughing and crying. Read this one on the beach, by the fire, in your bed… wherever. Just read it!"
-- Stephanie Stiles, author of Take It Like a Mom
"...a brilliant stroke of amazing and entertaining story telling."
-- Smitten with Reading
“I love books where I can connect with characters and I definitely connected with these characters to the point where I was sad to see their story come to end.”
--Lori's Book Blog