Morels (by M. Jeffers) Mrs. Pennyworth leaves Harrison, Suzanne, and Ironhorse to their own devices, with one added ingredient. (10)
Target Sighted (by Angelica Cooper-Smith) Ironhorse overhears an interesting discussion. (3)
Insights (by Paul Sheldon) Harrison wants to know why he and Paul have been brought together in this life so he decides to check out their past lives and gets a surprise. (8)
Try Again (by A.B. Foss) Harrison needs to know a little more about Cherokee customs. (10)
Intimacy (by P.I. Devotee) Paul and Harrison are getting to know one another. (5)
Undercover (by Duval) Harrison's at it again! (1)
A Military Operation (by P.I. Devotee) Sometimes Harrison does follow orders! (2)
Play Time (by M.A. Calhoon) Paul and Harrison take time out for a picnic. (16)
Shiver Me Timber (by Duval) The Project is on vacation and Harrison's into role playing. (3)
Alpha and Omega (by Debra Hicks) Ironhorse and Kincaid's past is not what you'd expect. (7)
But the Eagle Still Remains (by Debra Hicks) Harrison understands Kincaid's loss and wants to help. (3)
At the Edge (by Debra Hicks) Harrison's having a hard time dealing with Paul's death, but Kincaid is there for him. (3)
Boy Scout (by Laura Brush) Mrs. Pennyworth is playing matchmaker and Suzanne and Derriman are her project of choice. (8)
A Small Complication (by Llyr Chaves) Ironhorse sees more than he expected to while reviewing the security tapes. (3)
No Deposit, No Return (by Laura Brush) Suzanne and Derriman explore their relationship further. (4)
Grace Under Pressure (by Llyr Chaves) Norton and Norah are at it again! (4)
Ties That Bind (by Bonnie Wickes) Suzanne sets her sights on Paul and she always gets her man. (16)
Briar Patch (by Smythe) In the middle of a blizzard sometimes you just have to take a couple of risks – of course the payoff can be pretty terrific, too. (10)
Innocence Lost (by Smythe) A prequel to "Briar Patch." See what happens to Paul in Saigon. (10)
Plus art work by Anja Gruber.
142 pages. $10 for PDF version with color cover.
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