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Left as a newborn to die in a dumpster, she has no name. Tossed from state run orphanages to a string of foster homes, she has no family.


Growing up hard, fast and street smart, she’s accomplished in hand to hand combat and accurate with a gun. With no money for college, she enlisted in the US Marine Corps out of high school and was quickly plucked from her unit when her sharp shooting and intellectual skills outshined her male counterparts.


With no known past, she is deemed a perfect fit to a task force Washington denies exists. A selective assassin for the United States government, Jane Doe tracks known terrorists on domestic soil.


Dispatched to Atlanta, Georgia with a kill assignment, Jane is tracking number Thirteen on The List. Her cover is secure in the library where she volunteers and her identity quiet until a journalist shows up on a tip to research a name and number she knows well—Three.


Now she’ll be forced to choose between the target she desperately wants to eliminate for personal reasons and the assignment she’s been given, all while keeping the reporter from getting himself killed or worse, falling for Jane.


Possessing a fertile imagination and a penchant for executing improvised but brilliant plans, Jane is a killing machine with ice running through her veins. Every time she goes to a different town, two things are certain: she’ll have a new name and someone is going to die. 



Every year, millions of people wait for love to find them. The glue that holds our loosely strung and sometimes battered souls together, many believe that love will miraculously show up on their doorstep. But destiny isn’t a matter of chance –it’s a matter of choice. 


As Valentine’s Day approaches, follow the three intertwined love stories of six hopeful souls who will choose their destiny in love and let their hearts fall where they may. Saying, “I love  you,” or “be mine,” is never easy. But if you want something you’ve never had, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done. 






In a small town in Indiana, Tillman Haskell and Henry Towles have a lot in common. They’re both officers in the Army. They both fell for a beauty who sings at the local watering hole.

And they both feel pulled by a force greater than themselves to love beyond measure, a woman who unexpectedly wandered into their life.


But Tillman and Henry are living their lives seventy years apart.


What if life is an endless story of love that is played over and over in a continuous loop? And each of us merely characters in a never-ending tale of chance encounter, falling in love, living for one another then finally, ceasing to exist?  What if our existence isn’t what we think it is, but a destiny we don’t control? One that moves us like pawns in a great game squarely in the direction we were meant to go, until we are molded once again into the story of our predestined fate. Only then can the inevitability of our world to come find its way back to where it began—where it ended—all a part of a great moving plan of the infinite world we don’t see.

A world within a world. A life within a life.


Since the dawn of time, man has made unfortunate decisions, and now every day, destiny is forced to fight. Although it goes by many names, the opposite force in the world is the free will of man. And it alone can alter what the universe has planned.


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