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  • Mistress Mackintosh and the Shaw Wretch

    by Rose Prendeville
    In 1725, a secret convent has been established on the Aberdeenshire coast. Jory Mackintosh is more excited by healing herbs than husbands or holy prayers. She craves freedom--and a chance to sneak into medical school. Instead, on the eve of her escape, she becomes an unwilling pawn in her family’s schemes with a rival clan. Finlay Shaw, the disgraced younger brother of the laird, has spent ten long years atoning for his past failures, but nothing can wash away the stain of fratricide. When... more
  • 978-1-63985-937-5

    by Kris J. Roberts
    MY NAME IS TOREY JACKSON. IM A BEAUTIFUL, BROWN SKIN VIVACIOUS, SLEEK AND SLENDER FIVE FEET TEN IN MY BARE FEET AND THE STAR OF THIS BOOK. SLIP ON A PAIR OF STILLETOS AND I BECOME A SUPER CHIC WHO RESEMBLES A SUPER MODEL WHO I ASPIRE TO BE. JOIN ME IN THIS HEARTWARMING STORY AS I TRAVEL FROM MY HOME SCHOOL ON THE WESTSIDE OF SEATTLE AND TRAVEL TO MY NEW ELITE PREP SCHOOL ON THE EASTSIDE OF BEAUTIFUL LAKE WASHINGTON DAILY IN A BEAUTIFUL, SLEEK, COLORFUL AND TRIPPED OUT CORPORATE BUS UNLIKE YOUR T... more
  • One for the Money

    by Skye Warren
    Finn Hughes knows about secrets. His family is as wealthy as the Rockefellers. And as powerful as the Kennedys. He runs the billion-dollar corporation. No one knows that he has a ticking time clock on his ability to lead. Eva Morelli is the oldest daughter. The responsible one. The caring one. The one who doesn't have time for her own interests. Especially not her interest in the charismatic, mysterious Finn Hughes. A fake relationship is the answer to both their problems. It will keep... more
  • Fury in the Shadows

    by Rebecca Hemlock
    She was an expert at catching the predator. She knew nothing about being the prey. Social Worker Jessica Everett spends her days saving women from abusive relationships and is good at what she does. At least, she thought so until she became the only witness to the murder of a young woman she was supposed to protect. Becoming the killer's next target forces her to take them on with her bare hands. Barely escaping with her life, she’s running through the woods trying to escape the murderer when... more
  • A Heart Lies Within Us

    by Steven LaBree
    Lucas Colby, raised on lies and deception, discovers his heart has deceived him. After killing the man that created his misfortune, he leaves town and becomes successful despite his past. Lucas fails to learn his lesson and loses everything, along with his only true love. Does he surrender his heart, accept the imperfections of life and truth, and discover that giving of yourself entirely to another uncovers true love? Find out what happens in this epic love story of human frailty, life, and for... more
  • Gate-Crashers

    by Dave Spence
    It’s Christmas 1984 in Manchester and seventeen year old Nick Hopper has devastating news on his mind. Rather than reveal his tragedy to school mates in their gloomy old pub, Nick seeks a change of heart and goes to a trendy hotspot where life gets in the way of death when a beautiful girl writes on the back of his hand urging him to seize the day and choose life! Along with his carefree best friend Heff, Nick embarks on the greatest night of his life gate-crashing a lavish house party to purs... more
  • The Fisherman's Wife: Love & Murder in Pirates Cove

    by Tracy Traynor
    1727. A wife with an oppressive husband. A pirate trapped by circumstance. Together they must face their fears and make a break for freedom. When Connie’s parents died, rather than become homeless she accepted a proposal from a fisherman known for his temper. After seven years of marriage and still childless, she is labeled cursed. Her drunken husband brutally punishes her for her failings and Connie retreats into a world of her own. Seeking his fortune, Eddie finds himself becoming an... more
  • Helens: Not Necessarily About Sex

    by Matthew Louis Kalash
    This entertaining collection of stories by Matthew Kalash revolves around themes of love and the arts, including painting, writing, history, mythology, and conversation, along with reflections about chess, cuisine, confectionery, travel, and literature. There's even a little disquisition on the implications of pornography. The stories are all set around the turn of the 21st century, before the rise of social media and the ubiquity of internet culture. A more innocent time...perhaps. Though th... more
  • The Wrong Way to Wright

    by D Adiba
    Aya Daniels is a thirty-six-year-old woman at her breaking point after never recovering from the loss of the man who broke her heart several years before. She spends and eats to compensate, becoming overweight, depressed, bored, lonely, and deeply in debt. When she is invited to return to the Caribbean island of her heritage, she thinks she has been offered a lifeline. Unfortunately, she soon realizes most of her troubles have followed her to paradise. As a result, she jumps into a marriage o... more
  • Gods & Angels

    by E.J. Knox

    From Elizabeth Stevens, writing as E.J. Knox, comes...
    A ruthless god. A sinful angel. A princess to come between them.

    My life is perfect. My life is planned. My life isn’t mine.
    Promised to a man I love. A man I hate. Not even a man. A god.
    Apollo Callahan is that and much more.

    My life is broken. My life is fractured. My life isn’t free.
    Craving a man I hate. A man I need. Not even a man. An angel.
    Valen K... more

  • Meet Me Halfway

    by Lilian T. James
    Madison gave her heart to a boy at the age of sixteen, but all she got in return was a broken heart and a swollen belly. Alone with a baby and desperate for the love she hadn’t found, she turned to a man who sealed his claim of devotion with a diamond ring. He promised her a family. A life. A future. But his lies had only been a cover for the personal hell he introduced her to daily. Now, at twenty-five, Madison has long since stopped believing in love. Balancing single parenthood, th... more
  • (Un)Common Love

    by T.R Whittier
    Where would an uncommon assortment of strangers ever even meet, no less fall in love? Why, Boston Common of course! But can true love transcend the challenges that arise from the intersection of extreme wealth, desperate poverty, suppressed snobbery, and relentless schoolwork? And yet, it’s undeniable. It’s unbelievable. It’s (Un)Common Love.
  • Anchor of Gold

    by Holly Manno
    Business, pleasure, and the chaos of modern life twist Madeline down a shadowed path where she meets Travis, the man who breaks all her rules. Truthful and intense, experience family drama, workplace bullying, and conflicts of interest amidst this searing forbidden romance.
  • Reason and Romance

    by Terrance Layhew
    A serious author, George Austen believes romance is a worthless genre, until he's challenged to write one of his own by a rival author. "Reason and Romance" follows George along his way as he faces the questions of what love means and the people it's meant to be shared with. Enjoy wit, humor, and discover the true meaning of romance. Join George as he is challenged with the question, "Is romance more than just a genre?”
  • Stolen Kisses

    by Lia Huni
    I might have bitten off more than I can chew… When I found out my boyfriend was married, I did what any rational math teacher would do: I took a job across the country in Rotheberg, the “Alpine Jewel of Oregon.” I can live with the town’s weird obsession with The Sound of Music, and Mrs. Fogelhaus’s stollen is to die for. But when my principal assigns me a baking class, I know I need help. I teach calculations, not cooking. Rotheberg’s golden boy, Dylan Mead, should be the solution to my equ... more
  • Pride of Spirit

    by Andrea K. Stein
    Will he sense the love in front of him despite the loss of his sight? Will she overcome her wariness of men to embrace the man he’s become? 1st Lieutenant Simon Demarest, late of the Royal Navy, is no longer the man he used to be. The man he used to be led boarding parties with little more than an ax and a blood-curdling cry sure to stop a slaver's crew in their tracks. The man he used to be could dance all night with the prettiest girl in the room. The man he is now cannot even read a ... more

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