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Whether you're diving into treacherous waters,
racing the clock against global annihilation,
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these thrilling tales of love and suspense will leave you breathless.
Turn the Tide is a pulse-pounding collection of novellas by some of the brightest names in the genre.
ANY MEANS NECESSARY by Katie Ruggle
Katie Ruggle brings trademark wit and warmth to her introduction of a family of five bounty hunter sisters making the Rocky Mountains a safer place—finding love and sowing chaos along the way.
DEEP BLUE (Survival Instincts, #0.5), by Adriana Anders:
Adriana Anders plunges readers into a thrilling tale of survival (and steamy romance) as a deep sea diver and a former SEAL escape a derelict oil rig overrun with men who have a secret worth killing for.
NO WAY OUT by Juno Rushdan
Juno Rushdan turns up the pressure in a high-octane, non-stop thriller where one woman's defiance—and her fierce love for the man she could never forget—may be all that's standing in the way of a new bioterror threat.
BEYOND HOME by Connie Mann
Connie Mann shows that in central Florida's untamed wilderness, paradise has a dark side, and the heroes of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) are trained to face the worst that man—and nature—can dish out.