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Hide and Seek by H.L. Wegley

A computer security breach within a US defense contractor’s firewalls leads investigators, Lee Brandt and beautiful, brilliant Jennifer Akihara, onto the cyber-turf of terrorists, where they are detected and targeted for elimination. Lee leads them on a desperate and prayer-filled flight for survival into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Will Jennifer’s pursuit of truth about the conspiracy, and the deepest issues of life, lead her into the clutches of terrorists, into the arms of Lee Brandt, or into the arms of the God she deems untrustworthy?

There is an interview with Jennifer here

And a book trailer HERE

It's not often a book drags you in like this one does. It starts with a bang and continues at a heart-stopping pace through out its 264 pages. Asked to investigate a potential threat to national security, Lee brings in Jennifer to help. Not realising this would lead to both of them being put in life threatening danger and running for their lives.

An author interview with Mallory Mitchell

Today we have a guest author who willingly agreed to do my infamous author interview :)

An author interview with Mallory Mitchell
How did you come up with your premise? Is there a story behind your book? How did the story evolve? Sometimes the things we search for, the things we think will make everything in our life make sense aren’t what we need to find.
For those who are not familiar with this story, would you please give us the blurb? Having escaped from a bad marriage Molly has no plans to venture back into the dating world. But when Reece Flynn drives through her father’s church—literally, that is—he crashes into her life like no other man ever has. It’s crazy to think a man like Reece would be interested in a woman like her, but why would God allow her to meet him if Reece wasn’t meant for her? With his singing career in shambles, Reece Flynn relocates to Piney Mountain, North Carolina where he’s assigned a long hitch of community service. Reece is restless, always searching, …

cover reveal part three

And here's the last four covers.

Forget-me-nots in September Lt Col Darren King is on his third tour of Afghanistan. He signs up for the parcel service, as he likes the contact from home. Jude Travis loves sending parcels and is thrilled when ‘her squaddie’ replies. A rapid letter exchange follows.
When he comes home on R&R they meet up. But are things what they seem and if not, will they survive the rest of his tour? 

Marigolds in October
DI Milly Jenson spent the best part of a year haunted by a case that saw her demoted--one that resulted in the deaths of 3 colleagues, the kidnap victim and the suspect. When a spate of similar kidnappings occur in Perth, Scotland, TPTB send her to work with the local PD. DCI Craig Makepeace doesn't want some English plod interfering with his case. Never mind one who stuffed up as much as Milly Jenson has. But it seems she knows the killer and may be their only hope.
The problem is his heart is in just as much danger as the victim. Can he keep h…

Cover reveal part two

So as promised here are the next four covers in my new series flower months of the year. We'll probably come up with a slightly catchier title but it'll do for now. :)

Lily of the Valley in May After Faith Chadwick witnesses her fiancĂ© kill a priest, her only choice for survival is to hide. She flees south and moves in with her sister, Grace. Joel Wallac, the man next door is a best-selling author, who needs an illustrator for his new book. He employs Faith, but things aren’t as simple as they seem.
When Faith’s ex tracks her down, Joel hides her, but is it too little too late, or will their lives be changed forever?

Roses in June Dawn Stannis has little time for anything other than teaching, never mind organizing a career's fayre for the year nines, but this year’s event will be well attended as one of the speakers she lines up is actor Gabriel Tyler. After his father’s unexpected death, movie actor Gabriel became the 8th Earl of Elton a lot sooner than he expected and his mot…

Sunday's Child on life's seas is tossed, awaiting the lifeboat that rescues the lost.

Today is the day I've looked forward to and dreaded. If that makes sense. The last of my seven book series, Monday's Child, releases. 

Sunday’s Child on life seas is tossed, awaiting the lifeboat that rescues the lost…

Hattie Steele feels like the world is passing her by. Her entire life revolves around the guest house she runs in Headley Cross with her overbearing twin brother. He even attempts to undermine her friendship with a handsome guest. Not that famous ex-footballer, Callum Trant would ever give her a second glance. Hoping to regain control of her life, Hattie takes a well-earned holiday with her aunt on Penry Island.

After retiring from football, Callum Trant divides his time between the family business and volunteering as helm officer on a lifeboat. Danger is nothing new for him. But when he’s called out on a shout and finds the beautiful innkeeper from Headley Cross on a sinking vessel, Callum realizes his heart is in danger. But could Hattie ever forget his womani…