Rachelle Vaughn loves reading all genres of romance and writing about good guys, hunky hockey players, and the...
Rachelle Vaughn loves reading all genres of romance and writing about good guys, hunky hockey players, and the occasional bad boy. When she isn't writing, Rachelle enjoys watching action movies, snapping photos for her travel blog Vaughn the Road Again, and cheering for her favorite hockey players. She lives in California with her husband and their sassy calico cat. Visit her website at https://www.rachellevaughn.com/
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Aided by the victim's ghost, Detective Sarah Milton finds her relaxing run disrupted when she ends up in hot pursuit...
Aided by the victim's ghost, Detective Sarah Milton finds her relaxing run disrupted when she ends up in hot pursuit of an armed killer. A GTA V machinima based on characters from the third book of the Reading The Dead: The Sarah Milton Chronicles series.
While all of Mississippi bakes in the scorching summer of 1925, sudden orphanhood wraps its icy embrace around...
While all of Mississippi bakes in the scorching summer of 1925, sudden orphanhood wraps its icy embrace around pretty Emily Ann “Baby” Teegarten, a young teen.
Taken in by an aunt bent on ridding herself of this unexpected burden, Baby Teegarten plots her escape using the only means at her disposal: a voice that brings church ladies to righteous tears, and makes both angels and devils take notice. “I’m going to New York City to sing jazz,” she brags to anybody who’ll listen. But the Big Apple—well, it’s an awful long way from that dry patch of earth she’d always called home.
So when the smoky stages of New Orleans speakeasies give a whistle, offering all sorts of shortcuts, Emily Ann soon learns it’s the whorehouses and opium dens that can sidetrack a girl and dim a spotlight…and knowing the wrong people can snuff it out.
Jazz Baby just wants to sing—not fight to stay alive.