Guarding Suzannah

      Norah Wilson
Guarding Suzannah

There's no love lost between criminal defense lawyer Suzannah Phelps and the Fredericdton police department. Now she's being stalked, but she won’t turn to the police, who may be behind it. But when Det. John Quigley learns of it, he's determined to protect her, no matter who is harassing her. They've struck sparks off each other in the courtroom, and he's burning to do the same in the bedroom.Finn Ahearn’s Irish luck runs out when he travels half way around the world to Sydney.The seedier side of the city’s Kings Cross soon catches up with him and he finds the only way he can get back on stable footing is to accept a bartending job, working for tough Aussie bar owner Ellie Finch.Ellie is a decade older than Finn but that doesn’t stop the charming Irishman from wooing her.Ellie doesn’t believe in the happily-ever-after dream any longer, not since hers imploded a long time ago. Her values are a world apart from Finn’s. They have absolutely nothing in common.But can a smooth-talking Irishman sway a hard-hearted cynic to believe in love again?

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    Comes the Night

      Norah Wilson
Comes the Night

Alex, Brooke & Maryanne are very different, yet each is suffering. They are all students at Streep Academy, a boarding school just a step away from juvie. In the attic of their residence, they find the diary of young Connie Harvell who was confined there decades ago. But a dark part of Connie found a way out. And after reading her diary, the girls learn to leave their bodies too. God help them.How far would you go to escape your own personal teenage hell? Would you run away, break away from everything you know—even your own body? Alex Robbins, Brooke Saunders and Maryanne Hemlock could not be more different, yet they all have something in common—deep and soul-searing pain. They are also all students at Streep Academy, a boarding school just one step away from juvie, where they've come to complete high school. In the forbidden attic of the old Victorian house-turned-residence, the girls discover the diary of Connie Harvell, a young woman who was confined and abused there some 50 years ago. In the end, Connie’s attic prison couldn't hold her—not completely. She found a way out. At least a dark part of her did. And after reading her diary, the girls discover they can escape at will too. A terrifying, thrilling flight from their bodies and their troubles. But God help them, their pain isn't all they leave behind when they join with the night. And God help anyone who’s wronged them...

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