Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7
Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7

Georgiana Germaine Ebook Collection, Books 1-7

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Purchase books 1-7 in Cheryl Bradshaw's USA Today bestselling mystery series and save 20% on the EBOOK bundle or 20% on the paperback bundle. This offer is ONLY available here in Cheryl's Bookstore.

The USA Today Bestselling Georgiana Germaine eBook Collection Includes the Following

📗 Little Girl Lost  | Book 1

📗 Little Lost Secrets  | Book 2

📗 Little Broken Things  | Book 3

📗 Little White Lies  | Book 4

📗 Little Tangled Webs  | Book 5

📗 Little Shattered Dreams  | Book 6

📗 Little Last Words | Book 7

(+3 more books in the series to come in 2024!)


From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author comes a gripping series about love, loss, murder, and a broken former detective who's about to be drawn out of hiding.

#1 LITTLE GIRL LOST   4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

For the past two years, Georgiana "Gigi" Germaine has been living off the grid, until today, when she hears some disturbing news that shakes her. Georgiana's brother-in-law has been murdered, her seven-year-old niece kidnapped. As the hours waste away, Georgiana races back to a town she left behind, and a former life she's still not ready to face.

#2 LITTLE LOST SECRETS   4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

When a dead body is found in the walls during a home renovation, detective Georgiana Germaine gets swept into a cold case murder. Whose body lies within the walls of the house and what ties does it have to the death of Georgiana's father more than three decades earlier?

#3 LITTLE BROKEN THINGS    4.6 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Twenty-year-old Olivia Spencer sits at her desk in her mother’s bookshop, dreaming about her upcoming wedding. The shop may be closed, but Olivia's not alone, and her dream is about to become her worst nightmare.

#4 LITTLE WHITE LIES    4.6 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Pippa Holliday checks on her four-year-old son, pours herself a glass of wine, and heads onto the deck for her nightly swim. As she begins to relax, her attention shifts to a shadow lurking next to the sliding glass door. A moment earlier, she could have sworn the shadow had moved. Are her eyes playing tricks on her? Or is someone there with her, watching and waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike?

#5 LITTLE TANGLED WEBS   4.7 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Eighteen-year-old Harper Ellis has spent the last three years searching for her aunt's killer. She's talked to anyone who would listen, trying to make them to see they're all wrong, and she is right. Aunt Frida’s death wasn’t an accident. Aunt Frida was murdered. Of this, Harper is certain. Tonight, Harper plans prove her theory, and she's prepared to risk her own life to do it.


Hoping to leave painful memories behind, Quinn Abernathy books a weeklong stay at The Soul Awakens, a retreat known for helping lost souls find themselves again. It is here she hopes to shed her past turmoil, to forgive herself, and those who have wronged her. It is here she will learn that sometimes the past finds a way to creep back in ... and for Quinn, it's about to turn deadly.


After living in a verbally abusive relationship, Penelope Barlow has finally found the courage to leave. In the wee hours of night, she wakes her five-year-old daughter and walks out the door. One month later, mother and daughter are enjoying their new beginning. But someone in the tight-knit community isn't happy about her return. And for Penelope, her past is about to catch up to her present.

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"I love this series." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"Cheryl Bradshaw is one of the best authors." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"Love this new character." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"I can't wait to read the next in the series." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"The Georgiana Germaine series is absolutely incredible!" ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"Having read the entire series, the stories keep getting better and better." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐



Lark Donovan rubbed her eyes and blinked at the shadow on the wall in the hallway. Seconds before, she swore it had moved. She leaned back on the pillow, pulled the blanket over her nose, and peered into the darkness. 

"Daddy?" she said. "Is it you?" 

The hallway hummed along to the repetitious beat of a ceiling fan in the distance, and after staring at the same spot for a while, the wall remained stationary, and Lark grew tired. Maybe she'd been wrong. Maybe she hadn't seen anything after all. Or maybe it was William Shakespaw, the family cat. 

"Willy?" she said. "Is it you? Here, kitty, kitty." 

The cat didn't come. 

At bedtime, after Lark's parents read her a story and tucked her beneath the covers, they always closed the door behind them, even though they knew she was afraid of the dark. Once they'd gone and she was alone, she imagined things—horrible things, like sharks springing forth from the water beneath the carpet and biting off one of her toes when she dangled her foot too far over the side of the bed. 

The bogeyman was real. 

Lark was sure of it. 

She'd tried convincing her mother once, but her mother had just rolled her eyes and said, "You're being ridiculous, Lark. Monsters aren't real. Neither are ghosts or bogeymen or any of the silly things you conjure up with your imagination. I close your door for a reason. I don't want you growing up to be a nervous Nellie. You need to be brave." 

Lark wasn't brave, though, and most nights when her mother thought she was sleeping, she was awake, waiting for her parents to retire to the den to watch television so she could tiptoe through the darkness and crack her bedroom door open again. She was careful never to open it too much, just enough to let in a hint of a glow from the nightlight her mother kept plugged in down the hall. When daybreak came, Lark was careful to remember to get out of bed and close the door again before her mother came in to wake her. So far, her plan had been a success. In the five months she'd been doing it, she'd never been caught. 

Deciding the movement on the wall had been nothing more than a figment of her overactive imagination Lark snuggled back inside her blankets. She gave her stuffed unicorn a squeeze and began drifting off to sleep again when she heard her father's raised voice. She wasn't able to make out what he was saying, and she wondered whom he was talking to so late at night. Her mother was out of town. They were all alone in the house. Weren't they? 

For a time, Lark remained still, listening. All was quiet at first, and then she heard another man's voice. It was breathy and deep, far different than her father's. The man's voice sounded like it had come from outside. Lark scooted halfway down her bed until she reached the window. She brushed the curtain to the side and peeked out. 

Lark's father was standing by the pool in the back yard with his arms folded. His face looked the way it always did when Lark was about to be scolded. Another man stood next to him. A man Lark hadn't seen before. The man's pointer finger was stabbing at the air, and his face was all scrunched up. 

Lark's father said something to the man, and then he swished a hand through the air and shook his head. The gesture seemed to irritate the man, and he reached out, shoving Lark's father in the chest. Lark's father shoved him back, and then the man dug into his coat pocket and pulled out a gun. 

Lark's father stepped back and he raised his hands in front of him. Although Lark couldn't hear his words, she read his lips when he said, "Please, don't."  

It was the first time Lark had ever seen a gun in real life. A couple of years earlier, she'd watched a man on television shoot at a bear—twice. Lark had gasped when she saw it, prompting her mother to enter the room, grab the remote control, and change the channel. 

Curious about the interaction between the man and the bear, Lark had said, "Mommy, why did the man on TV shoot at the bear? The bear was only trying to eat the man's sandwich." 

"Never you mind," her mother had said. "I'll tell you when you're older." 

Staring at her father now, Lark wished she were older. She wished she could do something, even though she didn't know what could be done. She thought about hopping off her bed, running outside, and shouting, "Hey! Stop it! Stop being mean to my daddy!" 

But before she could do anything, the man aimed the gun at her father and fired. Her father pressed his hands over his chest. He looked at the blood trickling down his shirt and stumbled backward, collapsing into the pool. 

Lark pressed her hands to her lips and screamed. 

The man jerked his head back. He saw Lark, and his eyes widened. He tucked the gun beneath his jacket and walked toward her. Lark knew she should back away from the window, but her body wouldn't cooperate. It had gone numb. The man reached the window, pressed his face against the glass, and tapped a finger against the windowpane. 

"Hello there," he said. "What's your name?" 

Stricken with fear, Lark thought of her mother and what her mother would say if she were there now, watching the events unfold. She closed her eyes and pretended she was somewhere else, somewhere safe, and the sound of her mother's voice thundered through her mind like a lion's roar. "Be brave, Lark! RUN!"

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