Other books bySandra Chastain
Mac's Angels: The Last Dance
A Loveswept Classic Romance
Bestselling author Sandra Chastain spins a breathless tale of dark menace and dangerous desire as two people with guarded hearts find themselves at the mercy of an intense mutual attraction. Content to live without passion and pleasure, Sterling Lindsey prefers solitude—until she abandons the refuge she’s created for herself . . . unable to ignore an invitation from the mysterious Lincoln “Mac” McAllister, someone she knows only through emails and late-night phone calls. But their plans to rendezvous take on a sudden urgency when Sterling has a close call with the gunman who left her for dead ten years ago. As one of the richest men in the world, Mac can pretty much do what he wants. And for Mac that means helping people—in Sterling’s case, whisking her off to his fortress compound in New Mexico. But it may not be enough to stop a cunning killer—and it offers even less protection against the rebellious stirrings in his own heart . . . and hers. Because no matter how determined Mac and Sterling are never to love again, they’re powerless to resist the pull of desire—especially once they fall into each others’ arms. Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.
Rebel in Silk
A Loveswept Classic Romance
Sandra Chastain unravels the story of an unconventional beauty who refuses to back down from a challenge—or a handsome loner with a taste for trouble. Dallas Burke has come to Willow Creak, Wyoming, to find her brother’s killer, and she has no intention of being scared off—not by roughnecks trashing her newspaper office, nor by the ruggedly handsome rancher who warns her of more violence. And he has indeed given Dallas something to think about—namely, what it would be like to take a roll in the hay with this strapping, sun-bronzed cowboy. The way Jake Silver sees it, the last thing Willow Creek needs is a muckraking journalist inflaming both sides of a deadly range war. What he doesn’t know is that Dallas has her own plan to end the fighting: enlisting the townswomen to seduce their husbands and sweethearts into laying down their guns. But it is Jake’s own reaction to the lovely Dallas that surprises him most of all, leaving him aching with desire—and willing to risk everything to accept her irresistible proposal. Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Mistletoe and Magic, Claimed, and After the Kiss.
On Grandma's Porch
A wonderful story and trivia collection about "growing up Southern" in the years before Wal-Mart, shopping malls and iPods. Seventeen veteran Southern writers contribute humorous, poignant and nostalgic stories plus fascinating facts about lifestyles, hobbies, shopping, and vacations. A great book for baby boomers to share with older relatives and also with kids. The third acclaimed collection in BelleBooks' anthology series. Previous titles include Sweet Tea & Jesus Shoes and More Sweet Tea.
The Mail Order Groom
Poetry In Motion . . . Stunning Melissa Grayson, a veritable Helen of Troy in the Wild West, will do anything to satisfy her one burning passion--teaching art and poetry to the children at Grayson Academy, the private school left to her by her beloved father. But it isn’t easy when every trip she makes into town drives the unmarried men into a frenzy of fisticuffs in their attempts to win her hand. Exasperated by the civil unrest caused by Melissa’s beauty, the local clergy and sheriff finally give her an ultimatum: marriage or jail, the latter of which would surely mean the end of her school. Prepared to make any sacrifice for her students, Melissa writes her pen pal in New York, James Harold Pickney IV, a sickly, sensitive scholar. Together they agree to forge a platonic marriage whose real commitment will be to the cause of education. Plainspoken Passion . . . When he’s not hightailing it from one of his many misadventures, gambling man Lucky Lawrence has a habit of rescuing damsels in distress--sometimes from himself. But this time he’s the one who needs rescuing, as a murderously sore loser has a score to settle with him--and expects him to pay with his life. Even Lucky wouldn’t have bet that this latest escapade would lead him to be mistaken for a bookish Harvard boy--and land him the most beautiful woman he has ever seen. Nor did Melissa Grayson expect her asthmatic pen pal to be so ruggedly handsome, with such broad shoulders and teasing eyes. Might she discover a passion she as yet has only read about? And what of ailing James Pickney, en route to his bride-to-be? Will either groom survive to stake his claim, or will Melissa be a widow before she’s a wife?