HEART ON THE LINE
When your life's threatened,who do you trust? Everyone looks
At first it seems to aerobic instructor
Jessica Albright that she may have found
love online when she meets Gary Burke.
But just when things are warming up, her
new acquaintance turns weird. Jessie swears
off the chat line and is introduced to hand-
some Kent Morgan by her girlfriend, com-
puter programmer Elizabeth Barrow. Jessie
immediately falls for Kent who appears to
like her too.
Then threatening messages begin appearing
on her E-mail, and Jessie has reason to suspect
Kent. Although Liz had put the doubts in her
mind, after Jessie's mom dies Liz does an
Confused and fed up, Jessie seeks police
help from good-looking Ricardo Alvarez.
Too late she discovers that Ricardo and Gary
Burke are the same person. Liz and Kent
team up to try and save Jessie from the dan-
ger she's walked into. But can they out-
smart the calculating and sick mind of
HEART OF WINTER
Destiny draws Nicole from the sultry Louisiana heat into a
freezing Canadian winter where true love waits...
Cajun artist Nicole Dubois's life is turned
upside down by a simple fax. Life has been
straight and simple for her and she's plan-
ning for a June wedding with New Orleans
psychiatrist Ansel Bernard. Then her grand-
father leaves her valuable shore frontage in
A stipulation in the will's codicil forces her
to travel alone into Canada's frozen winter
clime. But her grandfather's lawyer Craig
McKeen is determined to warm things up for
her. She's torn between her promises to Ansel
and her new found attraction to the attorney.
When a blizzard traps Nicole and Craig in a
hunter's cabin, Nicole realizes she's in love
with him. But Craig's former love, Amanda
Wilson, has other plans for him and plots to
send Southern girl Nicole back where she
came from. Now Nicole must decide who's
lying about the codicil, Craig or Amanda...
and what to do about fiancÚ, Ansel.
A good deed might just lead Angel into a lifetime of rewards...
It's been one year since Angel Walker divorced her
intolerable husband, James, and one year since
Jake Jordan lost his dear wife, Rosaline to a car
accident. Now twelve years since Angel and Jake
last saw each other, Angel is returning to Nova
Scotia to help out her aunt who's just taken a fall.
But running the Bed and Breakfast turns out to
be an easier challenge than dealing with widower
Jake and his adorable daughter Rachael. Living
up to the saintly Rosaline takes courage. But it
takes more courage still to accept that Jake is
nothing like James.
Once bitten twice shy, Jake discovers Angel
doesn't trust easily. He'll have to be careful with
this one, if he doesn't want her to slip away. But
when Angel finally believes in Jake, she discovers
she could have been wrong, and Jake might be
using her, making him an even lower person than
An almost tragedy is avoided and long overdue
explanations turn Angel's challenge into a blessing.
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1964; CHASING A DREAM
An elusive dream of love and marriage is forever at her fingertips...
To say that Marlee Sweet is a dreamer is
like saying the world spins round. Everyone
knows it but no one can stop her. After meet-
ing handsome Joe Bellmont in a Canadian port,
Marlee begins dreaming that he'll be hers. A
year later she visits him in New Orleans. She's
spent most of the previous year living in New
York state working, saving , with only one
thing on her mind --JOE.
At first their reunion is wildly romantic, then
Marlee gets sidetracked. She takes a job travel-
ing with a magazine crew and winds up in the
arms of owner, Bobby Barnes. It takes the death
of a girlfriend to shock her back to reality and
back to Joe. Afraid she might leave him again, Joe
immediately proposes and Marlee ecstatically
accepts. Then Bobby swings into town and
lures an engaged Marlee back into his bed.
Ashamed and disgusted with herself, Marlee
tells Joe she no longer knows her own heart's
desires. Choosing between the two men is harder
than she ever dreamed possible, as her final
decision could ruin the hearts and lives of all
HEART OF THE STORY
Shocked by the truth of her heritage, Blaine sets out to find the truth in a murder...
When cub reporter Blaine Orson goes on her
first big interview, she finds a body instead.
RCMP constable Roy Archer falls for the inno-
cent looking beauty but is suspicious too,
since the dead man turns out to be her bio-
logical father, and she inherits his fortune.
Blaine can't believe it when her own mother
confesses. But an autopsy reveals she couldn't
be the murderer. Then canceled checks found
in the dead man's safe indicate long-term black-
mail by her stepfather. Fortunately for Blaine
senior reporter Andrew Clark is determined
to get an awesome story out of the whole mess.
Although she's reeling from the discovery of
her unknown father, love is in the cold, spring
air for Blaine. But so is murder, deceit, and
curiosity. Roy warns Blaine to let the police
handle things, but Blaine's confrontation with
her step-dad leads her into deep danger. Only
Andrew and Const. Archer can help her now.
COURT OF TWO SISTERS
Who do you believe? Your twin or your boyfriend...and what about
promises that never should have been made?
Jewel Thurston is crushed when her twin sister Ruby tells her
she's carrying Jewel's boyfriend's baby. Eric Finley tells Jewel that
Ruby impersonated her, but Jewel, hurt and reeling, leaves town.
A year later, Ruby dies in a horrible car accident making Jewel
promise to be a mother to Aster and never let Eric near the child.
Jewel still has feelings for Eric and is torn. Although Eric has
never gotten over his love for Jewel, his love for his daughter
makes him file for custody and win.
Rumors that the crash wasn't an accident circulate then vanish.
But when Twitch Mahoney sees Jewel and mistakes her for
Ruby, he fears she'll identify him from the crash site and abducts
her. Jewel's quick wit saves her from Twitch, and a new discovery
leads her to the truth about Eric, Ruby, and Aster.
My rock, my refuge in the storm.
May you always be there
when the dark sea swells around me
and life seems too much to bear.
When I am drowning, overcome by
life's evil side.
When I am turbulent, spinning
on a whirligig ride.
When I reach out to unbosom
Then you are there - to calm me,
to reassure my trembling self,
to silence my wail.
Your staunch support I can count on
and once more tread the still
Where are the you and I?
Or was it always me and you
casting separate shadows that
stretched out differently?
I took the road that you were
Where did I lose you?
maybe I was never there.