Prequel to this Award Winning Series Formally known as 'The Protectors Series' Love Under Fire comes alive in this brand new edition by Serenity Press
British government black ops agent, Remy Cross and his team are sent into a small jungle nation caught up in a government coup to rescue an aid worker, the daughter of a powerful politician.
The assignment appearsstraight forward, until Remy meets his very stubborn mission objective. She comes with baggage, literally, and she refuses to leave without it.
Astrid James only ever wanted to help people. Now she's locked in a sprawling mansion with two orphaned children, in the middle of awarzone, wearing only a white satin evening dress.
To make matters worse, she just attacked the man sent to rescue her.
Remy knows he only has three days to negotiate the treacherous jungle terrain and reach the rendezvous point. With a gorgeous, hot-headed, barefoot heiress and two tiny babies in tow, what could possibly go wrong?
These books represent my backlist with the original covers previously published by Secret Cravings Publishing. Stay tuned for more information on re-release dates.
A Serenity Press Anthology
Ten couples not looking for love find something unexpected when they visit Serendipity Bridal Boutique, Kate Peron’s vintage-styled salon. Love is in the air and it’s about to blow into their lives, bringing fortunate accidents of the heartfelt variety to those lucky enough to walk through Serendipity’s doors.
A man comes to Eagle Point to stop a wedding. A magazine editor finds herself in a cheesy situation. A different kind of bride takes to the catwalk. Readers will be swept away by this bouquet of stories from ten Australian authors – stories of healing and second chances, of opening hearts and minds, of souls connecting and remembering, of temptation and desire. Life and love in Eagle Pointhas never been more challenging … or fun!
From cupcake wielding assassins to hilarious blind date set-ups, there’s something for everyone in this delightfully romantic collection that proves there can never be too much ado about love.