Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000031_00003] When Financial Consultant Knight Blue is sent on assignment to the little town of Lakeside, Wisconsin, he plans to complete the job quickly and get back to his high-rise Chicago condominium before Old Man Winter arrives. But everything changes after he meets smart, gorgeous company president Alison Faire. In the heart of the Christmas Season, Knight is as surprised as anyone when he agrees to go sledding with Alison, helps her decorate her Christmas tree, and enjoys other holiday activities with her.

Although Knight unexpectedly finds friendship in Lakeside, will he find love – even when he isn’t looking for it? Could there be one more Christmas surprise waiting for Knight during this Season of Miracles?


Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000031_00003]

World-renowned Medieval Historian Dakota Raines is stunned when he finds a hidden message on the Kensington Runestone left by the Knights Templar, and travels to France to get answers.

There, Dakota and his colleagues solve a series of cryptic messages that lead them to medieval cities throughout Europe where they discover historical and religious artifacts, rare gold and silver coins, and precious gems.

But others have also been desperately trying to get their hands on these items, and they will do anything to get them…




Pearl Lake is a quiet, peaceful town – which is just how Jason Avalon, the town sheriff and football coach likes it. But that shouldn’t fool anyone. Jason has an uncanny ability to solve crimes that others can’t – big city or small. So after a daring robbery at the Chicago Field Museum and a shocking murder in Pearl Lake, Jason discovers that the crimes are somehow connected.

Can a beautiful woman, Chief Blackhawk, and a mystical white buffalo help Jason find the connection?  He had better hurry, because the murderer is getting desperate and may kill again unless Jason can catch him first…


6 thoughts on “Home

  1. I would like to know why Amazon kindle books changed the image of the young lady on the cover? It’s not bad. Just a little naughty . I see more at museums.


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