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Paper Gold Publishing

The Gold Standard in books.

Marc Sanderson

Marc Sanderson’s love of stories grew up alongside his love of science and history. Unable to decide which was most fascinating, he studied science, history, literature, education, and law, all of which pop up in his writing. At times he’s worked as a dishwasher, waiter, tortilla chip maker, marine biologist, teacher, paralegal, book reviewer and editor. Currently a full-time writer of romance and fantasy, he loves finding ways to infuse his passion for learning into his stories. When he’s not reading or writing, he can be found studying the ecology of the local streams in Central California, restoring the eelgrass beds of the local estuary, hiking up mountains, or indulging in romantic comedies. Lately he’s taken up cooking as a hobby and is trying diligently not to poison his wife. So far so good!

Half-truths and outright lies complicate life in a small town.

Small-town Jenns Cove, nestled in a pristine coastal environment, faces trouble they don’t know exists. Titan Minerals Corporation has it in the cross-hairs. The Department of Justice asks Jake Weston to investigate what may be a fraudulent environmental impact statement, which dovetails perfectly with his mission to find his institute a project site.

The small-town lawyer he meets, Maggie Gallagher, is a single mom. The attraction is deep, but both fight the undertow for their own reasons. Maggie isn’t ready for a love ‘em and leave ‘em fling. And though Jake can tell her about his project, the rest must remain confidential.

When the major landowner’s nephew returns to Jenns Cove, he’s in the corporation's pocket and has an old score to settle with Maggie. The eye of the storm is about to descend on Jenns Cove

A Tough-minded

scientist, a hard-headed

ex-Army Ranger. What can go wrong?

Oh, would

you be