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  • Hearts on Fire

    by T. Renee

    Hearts On Fire is the first novel in a tragic, dramatic and inspiring trilogy. This story beutifully portrays how love does not always have to equal romance and that sacrifuce doesnt always have to mean loss. 

  • There's A Hole : A Sarjent Family Chronicle

    by James Sarjent
    The Sarjents are a happy family that lives on a hill overlooking a valley and a town. Mr. Sarjent, the father, enjoys going to church and on picnics with his wife, the Lady, and their four daughters. And then the kids dig up some bones in the back yard. Now he has to find out who, what, why, and how. Someone died. More people will die before the answers are found. He'd still rather go on a picnic.
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    by Suzanne Jenkins
    Synopsis The Jade Emperor by Suzanne Jenkins A marriage of nearly half a century faces its greatest challenge when a stranger arrives, bearing life changing news. Although Steve and Kelly Boyd live together, they barely tolerate each other. Marrying in their teens and quickly becoming parents, the separation due to the war in Vietnam forms the foundation for the next forty-five precarious years. Filling the empty marriage with the companionship of her twin sister, Karen, and the family sh... more
  • Citizen and Traveler

    by Kétévi Adiklè Assamagan
    Kovi comes from a small village in West Africa. After he receives his university education in his home country, he embarks on a journey that takes him around the world in pursuit of higher education and happiness. Throughout his journey, he carries a part of his culture, which he refuses to give up. After years of living abroad, making new friends, and working, Kovi must answer the ultimate question..."where is home?" He must also cope with brain drain—and how his education, research, and expert... more
  • Sam's Theory

    by Sarah Mendivel
    After a final act of horrendous abuse threatens her life, fifteen-year old Sam runs away from home and into the Olympic Mountains of Washington State. Physically and emotionally exhausted, she happens upon a mysterious tree house in the woods which shelters an old women named Theory. Through elements of magic and sage advice, Theory takes Sam on an unforgettable healing journey. Sam begins to discover that she, too, has powers. But her process is interrupted by the nervous reality that her abuse... more
  • Butterfly Wish: A Doomed Interracial Love Affair Set in Post War South Korea

    by D. Davidson
    Butterfly Wish is a story about friendship, love, loyalty and betrayal. But it is mostly about unchecked human behavior in a mecca of sex and violence. Shane Brennan and Manny Veneto are stationed in the Republic of South Korea in 1963 when suddenly they are dragged into the dark world of sin and exploitation. The two men are serving in the United States Air Force when their world surprisingly changes forever. Fifty some odd years later they decide to return to South Korea to find forgiveness an... more
  • Charlie Sparrow and the Book of Flight

    by D. F. Anderson
    Charlie Sparrow is the only bird in Tree City who can fly, but Mayor Peck insists he's faking it. When Charlie learns of a book proving the truth about flight, he leaves Tree City to find it, facing a sharp-beaked thug and a den of mythical bird-eating creatures with claws and whiskers. With the help of his friends, Charlie discovers deeply held secrets about the mayor that must be exposed for the citizens of Tree City to wake up to their birthright—flight. Charlie Sparrow's adventure continu... more
  • Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight (New Illustrations.)

    by D. F. Anderson
    Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly. It's no wonder—in Tree City, none of the birds do. When Charlie seeks out the secret behind his feathers, Doctor Nightingale claims he has a dangerous childhood disease, the cure for which is feather plucking. Charlie will do anything to find out the truth, even disobey the adults who think they know what's best for him. This new edition of the entertaining and inspiring chapter book for kids ages 6-9 has over thirty wonderful illustrations by illustrat... more
  • Cascading Petals

    by Jane C Brady
    Despite the years of bullying in school, Jewel Hart has remained sweet and kind. She has it all—a great life, a great family, and beauty—but she has never been able to obtain the one thing she wants—to belong. When Jewel meets Kaiden Carter, a good-looking, charming new student at York Mills High, things start to look up. On the surface, he is perfect, but Jewel can’t shake the feeling that everything is not as it seems. When the devastation of the rising suicides in her school hits too c... more
  • Sparrow Squadron

    by DL Jung
    World War II. June 1941. Hitler's war machine turns to the Soviet Union. Escaping her hometown ahead of the Nazis, 16-year-old Aelya Makarova seizes a chance to live her dream. Obsessed with flying, she joins a women's fighter squadron to defend her homeland against the invaders. She'll go faster and higher than she's ever gone before. But the harsh reality of Air Force life shatters her expectations and forces her to grow up fast. The squadron is split by petty rivalries, male pilots trea... more
  • Idiot

    by Holly Smith
    Idiot is a powerful coming of age story about a girl who beats the odds and moves between two worlds from a drug addicted mother to a nurturing adoptive family. Idiot forces you think about the choices we're all destined to make and strikes a perfect balance between love and loss. Although Idiot was inspired by a true story, it is entirely a work of fiction. So many women could write stories of their own abuse and struggle trying to blend into young adulthood. This book transitions the reader f... more
  • From Whence We Come

    by Maurice W. Dorsey
    Seymour Rose is an African American man who is gay. He is born to a father who is Catholic and accepts his son unconditionally and a mother who is born Methodist and is homophobic---but most of all, she tells her son through out his life that she never wanted to have him. Seymour's reaction to his mother's persistent comments was to cling closer to his mother with hopes that, one day, she would tell him she loved him and wanted him. At the end of her life, his mother reveals to Seymour he... more
  • The End of Yesterday

    by Elwood Corbin
    In 1935 all Analise want was to have what all of her friends had - a husband and a respectable, predictable life as a housewife and mother. On the verge of achieving her dream with Jacob Miller, a medical student, things fall apart when he abruptly leaves for Europe. Along with celebrities liker Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, George Orwell and Picasso, he has decided to take part in the Spanish Civil war, determined to save Spain from, a fascist backed revolution. Desperate to save her enga... more
  • Love in the Countryside

    by Alan Stroe
    Ms. Sasha Comaneshteanu has selflessly decided to forego marriage, dedicating her life to raising her younger, orphaned siblings. Her resolve is tested by the return from abroad of dashing Mr. Matei Damian, her childhood sweetheart. Meanwhile, her younger brother's romantic interest in Ms. Tincutza Murguletz is threatened by his impending move abroad and competition from a coarse upstart, Tanase Scatiu.
  • Just Because We Can

    by Nicole Brooks
  • The Phantom's Apprentice

    by Heather Webb
    In this re-imagining of Phantom of the Opera, meet a Christine Daaé you’ve never seen before… Christine faces an impossible choice: be a star at the Paris opera as Papa always wanted, or follow her dream—to become a master of illusions. First, she must steal the secrets of the enigmatic master who haunts her, survive a world of treachery and murder, and embrace the uncertain promise of love. To succeed, she will risk her life in the grandest illusion of all.

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