Book List:43 titles
  • Ariel had always been a loner, a dreamer, a poet. But all that changed when Kirsten, the sister she never knew came to live with them. She's from southern California and is the exact opposite of brown-haired quiet Ariel. Ariel had always wanted a sis...


  • TO: Whom It May Concern FROM: Veronica Warner It started out just like every other day at work. I was sitting in my cubicle, staring at the stack of files that needed dictation. As an insurance adjuster for a taxi service, I never run out of wor...


  • NO ONE TO TRUST.... Sandy McGee was a cop -- and as honest as the day was long -- so nothing infuriated her more than a fellow officer who'd turned bad. Johnny Random was exactly that, and now Sandy and her partner were assigned to protect him so...


  • THE LURE OF DANGER When Bolivia Smith went in search of a story in the jungle outside Miami, she never expected to discover soldiers in training for a real war. She was even less prepared to find herself taken prisoner by a red-haired, red-bearded...


  • ANNE'S STORY Anne Larkin liked practicing law. It provided an intellectual challenge, a life-style she enjoyed and a very nice buffer against emotional involvement. Until the day she was asked to defend Jack Quintana Jack had been able to get t...


  • IF SHE'D KNOWN THEN WHAT SHE KNEW NOW... At twenty-seven, Jill was masquerading as a high-school senior to find the truth about her sister's death. She was also causing quite a commotion. Snubbing the cheerleaders. Hanging out with the jocks. ...


  • LOVING WELL IS THE BEST REVENGE Ellie Thomas didn't want her two-timing soon-to-be-ex-husband back. She only wanted to get even. She rented a room--but in the hottest summer on record it had no air-conditioning. She shared a beach house--but th...


  • It was deja vu all over again When Neil Blessing walked into Flanagan's bar, sat down with the Rooftop Gang and ordered the ritual Friday-night roast beef platter, Kevin looked pleased. Andy looked uneasy. And Lulu Lenahan looked ready to spit nai...







  • Holly Benson was in a pickle It started when Holly's ex held her New York Weight Watchers meeting hostage. The group was happy as a clam to get its mind off dieting. And though her ex didn't succeed in winning Holly back, the pretrial publicity be...


  • There's nothing like the wide open spaces of the Midwest Suzanne Allman's cross-country trip was fraught with accidents. First, daughter Mouse totaled a parked car just as they were crossing the Pennsylvania-Ohio border, which meant they were obli...


  • You'll never believe what's happened to me. See, there's this crazy guy, Buddy. He's got a big - we're talking humongous, superduper - crush on me. And I don't even know him. Oh sure, he goes to my high school, but he only looks vaguely familiar. ...


  • When is a date not a date? When you don't dress up. When you ask your roommate along. When your companion has scored zero on the compatibility part of the test you and your friend have secretly given him. Arlie Cooper was almost positive she wasn'...


  • Someone wanted her dead but she didn't know why When waitress Karen Alling borrowed an expensive camera from the restaurant's Lost and Found, her world suddenly went haywire. Within twenty-four hours she was mugged and shot at--and that was just t...


  • Some people go out on a limb for love Jas Rafferty went out on a ledge--Harry's window ledge--in order to meet her idol, creator of New York's favorite comic strip. The only problem with this touching portrait of devoted fandom was that cartoonist...



  • It wasn’t as though Ritchie were a little boy. He was almost fifteen and really didn’t need a mother. Besides, she really liked his brother better. It was time to join his father again. He’s saved a little money. He’d taken a g...


  • Which was better: a man or extra closet space? As Deputy Richie Stuart applied the tape measure for the new shelves, Phoebe Tripp pondered this problem, latest of a series that plagued her. Does a swearing-in count when the sheriff-elect is wearin...


  • DeJa VU From the very first day of school, Blythe had had this weird compulsion to walk out of class. Throughout her school years the impulse persisted. When parents, friends and counselors couldn't help her, she was sent to a school for "problem"...


  • Obsessions were for people who had time And Nancy Frey made sure she didn't have a spare minute. She taught an unorthodox version of the English curriculum to some of Manhattan's toughest kids. Then, when she wasn't accidentally breaking the rules...


  • All Jenny had ever really wanted was to be an ordinary teenager in a small-town high school enjoying her blossoming romance with a regular American guy. Yet every year, because her mother was a free-lance travel writer, Jenny spent her vacations trav...


  • SHE HELPED HIM ESCAPE, then disappeared. He was a student activist in Mexico, she an American on vacation. Their meeting was improbable, and they separated when she returned to her comfortable home and he went on to be his country's conscience. ...


  • Should one man kiss you while another hides in your closet? The look in Wynn Ransome's eyes told Terry Caputo she'd have to decide quickly. On one hand, Wynn Ransome was Le Club's most eligible male, which was saying something, considering the cli...


  • Loud, lawless and unlivable--that was Alyce's Alley At least, it should have seemed that way to Patty McIntosh. The three nightclubs on the infamous Key West street featured ear-shattering rock bands. The local population consisted of thieves, smu...


  • What do you do when a convict comes calling? Get him a pastrami sandwich and a beer. At least that's what Madelyn Shaffer did when Eddie Mello appeared at the door of her Manhattan apartment. To say that Madelyn was in shock was putting it mildly....


  • They were the best show in town What do you get when you cross a New York city slicker with a beer-drinking, pool-shooting good old boy? The citizens of Rock Ridge, Georgia, couldn't rightly tell, what with all the fur flying. The hostilities comm...


  • Sandy had been fourteen years old when Tom had first seen her streaking by him on the track. He couldn’t get her off his mind. He plastered his bedroom walls with newspaper articles about her and framed pictures of her. He daydreamed about her ...


  • Annie didn't want to be carried back to old Virginny! It had been okay for her childhood summers, but to spend a whole year in West Virginia enrolled in some hick school and living in a backwoods cabin was just not her idea of a blast. Most of her g...







  • Let other girls play the dating game, think only of boys and clothes and pretend they liked football, dance up a storm " Mickey had more in her gourd. With the money she’d made selling her computer game to a company, she planned to buy a hous...


    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Kate -- Sheltered by the academic world, could she gamble to accept the offer of a lifetime? Jilly - Would her career overshadow her only chance to find true happiness? Sara - Eccentric and flighty, would her style be cramped by the corporate w...


  • Ariel felt she was too old to be playing games... Scott Campbell may have looked like a surfer, Ariel thought, but he could never have been a good one. Scott seemed to be as blind as a bat. Why else would he bypass the bikinied denizens of Seal Be...


  • She held the secret to the last key After eight years, Toby had almost stopped expecting him. Hidden away in Key West, running a charter fishing boat, Toby had changed her hair, her clothes--even her walk. But when she saw Mac McQuade, she knew sh...


  • It was clearly a case of mistaken identity... At least that's what Julie Domino kept telling herself. Normally, she taught economic theory at New York University and led a quiet life. But when Julie's radical filmmaker-sister, Emery, is reported m...


  • Courtroom adversaries, they locked horns over a verdict of love Casey didn't fit the profile of a young lawyer. She sneaked cigarettes in the bathroom of her Chelsea apartment to escape the wrath of her roommate, subsisted on peanut butter sandwic...



  • In her carefully planned life, she didn't expect unscheduled love To her absolute horror, Caroline hart noticed her silk panties strewn around her bedroom, the only concrete evidence that her apartment had been burglarized. "Only a New York City p...


  • Self-styled hermit Jess Haggerty was a successful writer of westerns long before publisher Torrance Tyler III learned the truth: His best-selling "men's" author was a woman! And Jess was no less astounded to discover in Tory Tyler a man who looked th...


  • Would she be swept away by city life, city love? Raising a child alone in Manhattan wasn't easy for Betsy Miller. But after her divorce she wanted to start fresh and stake her claim in the Big Apple. Her night-time job as a secretary in a law offi...


    • / Contemporary Romance
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    No senior ever falls for a junior , Wendy’s friends informed her when she told them that she was sharing, of all things, a sewing machine with a cute guy in home ec. Wendy didn’t agree, and, fortunately neither did Rick. ...


  • Katie and Susan were identical twins. Despite their differences they had shared a lot. But when it came to Rick Allison, they reached a breaking point. There was no way they could share his love. Susan had married him. She was the one who always g...


  • His cool gray eyes and volatile temper should have been warning enough to Lee Masterson, award-winning playwright. She was on her way to the top, and her first opportunity had come from Paul Devon, who forgot about her talent the moment he saw her fa...