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Her Other Secret

Lovers intent on putting their pasts behind them find fulfillment and danger on a secluded private island where everyone has something to hide. This riveting story with a sexy, edgy vibe moves at breakneck speed and splendidly launches a hot new series. Dimon (The Reluctant Heir) lives in San Diego.


Dirty Deeds

Dimon's latest series featuring the Drummond brothers ties into her "End of the Line" titles with Seth from Guarding Mr. Fine but reads well as a stand-alone for libraries looking for more romantic suspense with a spy twist.

Mr. & Mr. Smith

Dimon's new covert series starts with a bang. The titles play off those of popular thrillers, which will hook readers and leave them anxious for the sequel, The Talented Mr. Rivers (Sept. 2016). Dimon, a RITA-finalist for Facing Fire, provides another winner for libraries looking to add more romantic suspense, especially where S.E. Jakes and Josh Lanyon are popular.

Facing Fire

A pair of compelling, laser-focused protagonists on the same deadly mission find love amid carnage in a no-holds-barred, rip-roaring, sexy romantic thriller that is almost impossible to put down. Dimon (Sheltered) lives in San Diego.


This entertaining cast of whip-smart, sardonic former felons will keep readers turning the pages for the sex and the snark alike.

Baby, It's Cold Outside

This first title in the "Men at Work" series by Dimon (A Simple Twist of Fate) is sweet and sexy. Thea declares her innocence consistently, which is refreshing; no wallflower here.

Just What He Wanted

Flirty and cheerful, this latest from Dimon (We'll Be Home for Christmas; Lean on Me) is chock-full of endearing characters and yearning desire. Though readers will be disappointed that this isn't a full-length novel, they can hope that there are more Holloway romances from Dimon in the future.

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