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  • Dawnflight (The Dragon's Dove Chronicles Book 1)

    by Kim Headlee

    Gyanhumara (Guinevere) is betrothed by Arthur's treaty to his greatest political rival, Urien, because he defeated her people in battle. When she and Arthur meet, they realize they are soul mates -- but the ambitious Urien will not be so easily denied. And the Laird of the Scots wants their land and threatens everyone they hold dear. If Gyan and Arthur cannot navigate these physical and emotional obstacles, their love will be doomed to remain unfulfilled forever.

  • Dawnflight (Sonnet Books)

    by Kim Headlee
    The 1999 Sonnet Books (Simon & Schuster) edition of Dawnflight: Gyanhumara (Guinevere) is betrothed by treaty to Urien before she meets Arthur, and the two realize they are soul mates. If Gyan and Arthur don't figure out how to keep Urien from declaring civil war, their love will be doomed to remain unfulfilled forever.
  • Listener in the Snow

    by Tim Jollymore
    Native mojo and a windigo vision stir up a storm of adventure. The struggle between domestic commitment and deceit plays out through Tatty Langille, the Mi’kmaq storyteller. His path to save his marriage is anything but typical—events explode in surreal settings, through winter storms, and during tavern brawls in rural Minnesota, weaving Native culture with odd Scandinavian characters. Tatty believes his Mary goes north to midwife a cousin’s twins, but her sudden renewed contact with those f... more
  • Running Out of Rain

    by Lori Leger
    Eventually, all storms break for a little sunshine. Dr. Cynthia Ellender is devastated when her husband of thirty-three years dies from a sudden heart attack. A revelation at his funeral delivers a crushing blow to her self-esteem, and leaves her angry, edgy, and determined to leave Oklahoma for good. It turns out a move back to her hometown in south Louisiana is just the right prescription for the good doctor. John Michael Ferguson has weathered some serious storms in his fifty-three yea... more
  • Nap-a-Roo

    by Kristy Kurjan
    Introducing a new nap-time favorite, Nap-A-Roo. There are countless children’s board books about bedtime but few books specifically geared toward napping, one of the most integral part of a baby or toddler’s daily routine. Nap-A-Roo is a fun, colorful, quick read perfect for children 0-4 years of age. The quirky characters make little ones smile as they run for their beds to take a nap. With large fonts and rhythmic text, adults enjoy reading this modern classic. Nap-A-Roo is a wonderful additi... more
  • Scrooge & Cratchit

    by Matt McHugh
    A short novella sequel to 'A Christmas Carol.'
  • Dream Girl

    by S.J. Lomas
    For Christine, dreams have never meant much. Until she meets Gabriel. Everyone thinks Christine should stay away from her new coworker at the library-thanks to his bad reputation-but when her dreams grow more vivid and she becomes entangled in a dangerous dream world with Gabriel every night, she can't stay away. Soon it's clear there is far more to dreams than Christine ever imagined, and now she's on the path to making the biggest, and strangest, decision of her life.
  • Song of Moving Water

    by Susan Schmidt
    As paddler, flyfisher, bass fiddler, gardener, and Quaker naturalist— SUSAN SCHMIDT writes about ecology, geology, women’s ways of knowing, bluegrass music, square dancing, chestnut trees, quilting, endangered species, local food, and environmental organizing in her novel, SONG OF MOVING WATER. With a backdrop of the Appalachian Mountains in Virginia, Song of Moving Water is a young woman's coming-of-age story and a fictional environmental impact statement. When Grace returns to her father's hom... more
  • Unsung Victims (Resiliency Book 1)

    by Ica Iova
    Raised in a family where love means caring and sharing, Johanna is a successful, career-focused, thirty-year-old woman who considers herself intelligent and well-educated. Louis is the youngest detective in the police force, takes part in triathlons, and eats multi-color vegetables with his lunch. Two ordinary people with both feet planted firmly on the ground, they get married believing in happily ever after. But two consecutive unplanned pregnancies, an affair, and Louis’ bizarre b... more
  • Beaufort 1849

    by Karen Lynn Allen
    After years abroad, Jasper Wainwright returns to Beaufort, South Carolina, home of his unruly youth. Slavery and Sea Island cotton have made this summer seat of plantation owners one of the wealthiest and most cultured cities in America . . . and also the most hotheaded, secessionist city in the South. Jasper's cousin, Henry Birch, wants him to marry his niece, Cara, a pianist and the prettiest girl in the county. Believing slavery doomed, Jasper has no desire to settle in the South a... more
  • The Coach House

    by Florence Osmund
    Newlyweds Marie Marchetti and her husband Richard have the perfect life together. Or at least it seems until Marie discovers his involvement with people and activities that make her run for her life. Fate draws her to Atchison, Kansas, where she rents a coach house apartment tucked away behind a three-story Victorian home that she believes is a safe refuge and perfect place to start over. Richard isn’t about to let her go so easily and continues to seduce her into his world, yet it is the discov... more
  • Daughters

    by Florence Osmund
    Twenty-four-year-old Marie Marchetti has just experienced a life-altering revelation—the identity of her real father. As she packs for her first visit with him and his family, she wonders how her life is about to change, how they will receive her, and what she will learn about her own identity. A lot happens as a result of Marie’s Thanksgiving visit, and in her search for peace and truth in her life, she quickly learns that disparate lives can converge and interact in profound and surprising... more
  • Red Clover

    by Florence Osmund
    The troubled son of a callous father and socialite mother determines his own meaning of success after learning shocking family secrets that cause him to rethink who he is and where heʼs going. In Lee Winekoop’s reinvention of himself he discovers that lifeʾs bitter circumstances can actually give rise to meaningful consequences.
  • Glenfiddich Inn

    by Alan Geik
    Glenfiddich Inn is set in WWI-ear Boston, New york, and Scotland. It embraces stock scams, love affairs, the emergence of Babe Ruth, a naive simpleton, as America's first sports hero—and throughout is the struggle to keep the country out of the disastrous "Great War." A central theme is the early days of experimentation in a new technology—wireless audio transmissions. Its proponents called it "radio." Two of the female characters are certain of its ability to connect the world in ways never... more
  • Regarding Anna

    by Florence Osmund
    After recovering from the shock of her parents perishing in a tragic accident, Grace Lindroth discovers clues in their attic that cause her to believe the people she called Mom and Dad her whole life may not have been her real parents. In her search for the truth, Grace encounters people whose actions cause her to be distrustful of just about everyone, making her mission that much more difficult but heightening her determination to uncover what she believes is essential for her to go on with... more
  • We Regret to Inform You: Stories

    by Tim Fredrick

    A boy strives to become a world record holder.
    A man wakes from cryosleep to learn he has months to live.
    A catnip toy seeks affection from a cat.
    A father turns to stone.

    Writing in varied voices and pulling from different genres, from science fiction to fantasy to absurdism, Tim Fredrick explores male relationships with insight and humor. The characters in these fourteen stories-parents, siblings, lovers, and friends-struggle to find connection with those around them an... more