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Rayne has been fighting for her life on a distant planet with no hope of rescue. When help finally arrives, it becomes a mixed blessing, because something is not right in her head. Psychological trauma, rage, and bitterness are the least of her worries as she fights for control over her mind and for her freedom from the forces that seek to contain her.
Studying to be a dance student didn't work out, so Rayne takes the only course open to her, being a mercenary for Lexington Tactical. Follow Rayne as she fights terrorists hell bent on blowing up the city, avoids Dr. Gault who'll do anything to learn her secrets, and a cute boy who won't take 'no' for an answer. All while fighting for headspace with a T80 combat AI.
Rayne is doing her best to adjust to normal life, but when her friends go MIA on their latest mission she can't sit idly by and wait for someone else to go to the rescue.
The exciting conclusion of the Rayne Chronicles, Death Rayne. Follow Echo Elite as they deal with Rayne's loss and fight off Tau Ceti incursions that have suddenly become more focused. Meanwhile, Vlad hasn't given up hope. He's certain Rayne is alive and he'll cross the universe to bring her back; alone if he has to.
In the final part of the 'Swallowcliffe Hall' trilogy, Isobel comes to the shell of this once-beautiful house with her gas mask in 1939, to stay with her grandmother Polly. Rumours of war are everywhere and it's an anxious time, especially for Andreas, a Jewish boy Izzie meets in the village who has escaped from Nazi Germany. Can she help his family find sanctuary at the Hall too?
For ‘Downton Abbey’ fans: a new title in the popular Swallowcliffe Hall series! Here is the journal of Eugenie Vye: the prettiest debutante of the 1890 season – yet somehow three years later, still unmarried. Eugenie must find a husband before the season's out or be packed off to India. Told in her own inimitable style, this is an account of one unconventional Edwardian girl's search for love.
'Downton Abbey' from the servants' perspective! It's 1914, and war is about to change the lives of the Vye family and their servants at Swallowcliffe Hall. The young men are going off to fight, while wounded soldiers arrive at the Hall to convalesce. Polly Perkins' daughter Grace, a reluctant kitchenmaid, may escape from the servants' hall, but can she ever find love beyond her social class?
For 'Downton Abbey' fans! Scandal, romance and intrigue in a grand English country house: Swallowcliffe Hall, home to the Vye family and their servants. As under-housemaid, Polly Perkins is expected to be seen and not heard, and nobody notices the quiet girl who cleans up after them. But soon Polly uncovers dark secrets lurking behind the Hall's elegant facade; secrets that will end in tragedy.
Rayne is bored with life, until a new family moves in next door. Why do they look so happy? Rayne wants to know their secret. Rayne Shines is a humorous and thought-provoking picture book for ages 5-7.
Private Investigator Dani Ripper works her way through a bevy of nuthouse clients while trying to maintain her delicate personal relationship with Sophie Alexander. Dani desperately wants a life-changing case. But what she gets is a killer case.
Abbey Rayne is a hilarious novel with an edgy, dark side that will piss you off even as you’re laughing.