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Time is of the essence. During the busiest boating season of the year, Joe Carella needs a delivery crew to transport his dead father’s prize sailing yacht home to Mystic, Connecticut, from Florida, traversing one of the most dangerous areas of the Atlantic Ocean. Desperate, he hires a captain with an iffy reputation. Despite his lack of skill confidence, and courage, Joe, who has always lived under the shadow of his famous father, feels obligated to go along to prove his worth.
Fishing boat captain Marty Chase's career sank like the Titanic when she was made the scapegoat for a boating accident in Mystic. Determined to restore her tarnished reputation, she accepts Joe’s offer to captain the Carella's boat home, despite her inexperience with sailing a large yacht in deep ocean waters.
They set sail just ahead of a hurricane brewing in the Caribbean, not realizing that the weather and seas will be the least of their worries. As they fight to survive, the fisherman’s daughter and the privileged son find strength in each other.
When an aging gigolo seeking wealth and privilege becomes involved with black market emeralds in Bogotá, Colombia, he must choose between a life of crime and the love of a woman he never thought he'd deserve.
In the romantic suspense, GREEN FIRE, the glitter of green is in the eyes of Victor Novak, a past-his-prime “lady’s companion, when he learns he has a brother, a corrupt security guard, who lives in the heart of the South American emerald trade. Seeking a more lucrative and less degrading career, Victor flies to Colombia for a visit. There, he falls in love with Marisol, a single mother and talented botanist struggling to raise a teenage son and to save her family’s flower plantation from the man who murdered her father. When his brother involves him in a smuggling scheme involving Marisol’s prized lilies, Victor must choose between attaining his dream of wealth and privilege and the love he never thought he deserved.