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Controlled Chaos

Clara Bennett

Doing the right thing means I have to die.
My secret precognitive abilities warned me so. There is no changing my fate, no matter how hard I try.
When I take a gunshot wound to the chest, my final resting place will be a shallow grave.
If only I knew who will pull the trigger.
My lifetime of running won’t help me now.
It’s too late for that.
There is no walking away from this moment or from the man I was destined to love for the rest of my life, no matter how little time I may have left.

Porter Anderson

I needed the help of the one woman who is avoiding me at all cost.
This is just my luck.
This is personal, and long-overdue where answers are on the line.
Getting her to agree is going to be impossible, especially when we met and I discovered that she sees only her impending demise in my eyes.
I’m going to have to get creative in convincing her to help solve my case and, more importantly, figuring out how to keep her alive.

Finding Chaos

A paranormal journalist exposing the truth. A man with secrets best left hidden. A heat that threatens to burn them both.

Destiny Blake
Everyone has secrets, including me.
When my friend goes missing while researching a story about me, I have to stop him before it’s too late.
Only problem is the mountainous terrain is as much a mystery to me as the man who’s leading the search. Trusting each other isn’t going to be easy, especially when the ranger responsible for my safety harbors secrets of his own.

Walker Bennett
Doing my job and keeping my family’s secrets most days is easy, and as a forest ranger, isolated on the outskirts of town, tracking down poachers is my idea of a good day.
Until I met my Destiny.
I’ve been ordered to help a sexy, smart paranormal reporter search for her missing friend.
She’s inquisitive, in search of a good story, and it will take every bit of my concentration to keep my secrets off her radar.
Finding her friend isn’t my problem. The more time I spend with her, the more I hope her friend stays lost.
Exploring a relationship with the woman who sets my blood on fire will have to wait. With danger lurking around every tree and an inexperienced hiker in my care, I have to locate her friend and get them both off the mountain—story-less and alive.

A woman without a name. A man that wants to help her remember. A past that’s willing to kill to stop them both.

Left for dead on a mountain with no memory, Jane Doe will try anything to figure out the mystery behind her identity, even if that means walking back into a dangerous life.

When the police run her prints, and she’s wanted for questioning in a federal crime, the clock starts ticking to figure out details of who she is if she doesn’t want to spend her future behind bars.

Nick Bennett knows a thing or two about amnesia and how to help people remember. As a shrink, he understands that sometimes the most painful memories are the ones that try to stay buried deep.

With Nick’s help putting the pieces of her puzzling past back together, they’ll have to move fast to uncover the truth before the killer gets a second chance, and this time tries to silence them both.

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Not many criminals can stay two steps ahead of FBI Agent Ridge Bennett. With his heightened intuition and legendary gut instinct, he always completes his assignment, bringing villains to justice.

Until Her.

Carlee Tate’s desire to stay alive outweighs every rational thought. When her boss uses her premonitions for his personal agenda, she’s willing to walk away from his greed and take her gift of prophecy with her. Is it really stealing if the information was hers from the start?

Apparently, the FBI thinks so.

But when her deadly predictions take an unexpected turn and endangers the lives of everyone she loves, she’ll have to convince the sexy FBI agent to work with her instead of throwing her in jail. Because the only way to change the outcome and avoid an early grave is by working together.

Is it really losing when she’s the one calling the shots?