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Is he saving her from her demons…or introducing her to his own?
When the Institute for Parapsychological Research answers Lesley Campbell’s letters, at first she hopes there’s a light at the end of her long, dark tunnel. A tunnel haunted by terrible premonitions and her grandmother’s enigmatic words about a stone handed down through generations of her family.
“The opal has been our curse and our salvation.”
But the IPR turns out to be just another dead end…and her hasty retreat sends her straight into the arms of Jon Hollister, a man whose gentle manner makes her feel something she hasn’t felt in a long time. Alive. Uneasy, restless. But alive.
She hopes to find safety at Iron Ridge, Jon’s remote estate. But something lurks in the desolate wilds of the Upper Peninsula. Something sinister. A scarred man walking the windswept shore. An ominous tower full of secrets. The tragic death of his first wife.
And Lesley begins to wonder if love compelled Jon to sweep her off her feet…or a desire as deadly and powerful as the stone she carries.
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in 1975 by Ballantine.
Dark secrets lurked…in the House at Canterbury.
When Anne Medford arrived in Canterbury she was happy and excited for the chance at a new life. Eager to start her new teaching position, she was also glad for the chance to restore the house she’d inherited from her father. But the house is more than it seems, and before long its sinister nature is wreaking havoc on her new life and her new love for Jeremy Blackstock.
When Anne finally discovers the secrets the mysterious Jeremy is hiding from her, it is far too late—for she has already unleashed the horror long buried in the house at Canterbury…
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published by Pocket Books in October 1975.
A family inheritance, a forbidden love, and a faceless enemy—can Beth endure it all?
Lost at sea along with her parents as a young child, Beth Worthington shouldn’t have survived. Years later, she is returning to her family estate to claim her inheritance only to be appalled to discover what awaits her—a crumbling home, hostile people, and a violent uprising fomenting in the countryside.
Beth already cheated death once, but she knows with a sudden certainty that her life is once more at risk. Someone is trying to kill her. And number one on the list of suspects is the man she is beginning to fall in love with—her own brother!
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in May 1974 by Pocket Books.