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  • The Deal (The Fallen Angel Series)

    by S C Cunningham

    For those who dare to believe there is something else out there....

    At the age of four, Amy was taken…She survived..

    A week later, another little girl was taken…She didn't.

    Angry that a bad man has gotten away with murder, feisty young Amy Fox makes a deal with God. When she dies, if she’s been a good girl, would God let her sit on a cloud for a while, invisible, to get bad people who slip through his fingers?

    Her deal and God long forgotten, ca... more

  • In the Fields

    by Willow Aster
    1971—In the tiny, backward town of Tulma, Tennessee, optimistic, bookish Caroline Carson unwittingly finds herself in the middle of a forbidden romance. Severely neglected by her family and forced to flee Tulma to protect her secrets, Caroline’s young life comes crashing down around her. She finds refuge in a new town, but the past always has a way of stretching around time and stirring up trouble. When a new love comes into her life, she has to decide if she can give her heart to someone else,... more
  • Maybe Maby

    by Willow Aster
    I’m having a meltdown. Not the put-her-in-the-loony-bin kind, but the rock-in-the-corner-so-I-can-breathe kind. Maybe they’re one and the same and I really do need to be put away, but I think I just need a little air. I’m bone tired. My eyes look like I haven’t slept in weeks. I’m eating my feelings and developing a pudge that isn’t gonna go anywhere if I keep binging on chocolate, nachos and wine. I’m 28 and everyone has left me. I have no friends. My boyfriend left. My mom died, so technical... more
  • Fade to Red

    by Willow Aster
    Dancing in pop superstar Beckham Woods’ entourage was the last thing Roxie wanted. Her life with little Leo was blissfully ordinary; she didn’t have time for the drama that stirring up old memories would surely cause. But when Roxie took a spot on an international tour with Woods and rock icon Ian Sterling, the lure of financial security and her passion for dance pulled her into an emotional storm that threatened to spin out of control and hurt the ones she loved most. Just as she began to... more
  • True Love Story

    by Willow Aster
    Growing up in an idealistic home, Sparrow Fisher is sheltered and innocent. When she meets Ian Sterling, a musician who is rising in popularity, she instantly falls for his charm. They run into each other over the next few months and eventually begin an unconventional relationship. At different places in their lives, Sparrow is off to college in New York, and Ian is traveling the country with the band. When they see each other, all seems wonderful and lighthearted, but when they’re apart, Spar... more
  • In Search of Paradise

    by Annemarie Musawale
    Ben and Anders were not prepared for the apocalypse. How could they be? They couldn't even decide if they were boyfriends or undercover lovers. But then the earth opened beneath their feet and everyone they knew was gone except for Ben, Anders and Anders' sister, Zawadi. So now they have to find a new place to call home, a new way to be. Zawadi and Ben are fighting like cats and dogs, and there's no privacy or lube to be had for love or money.They really do not need this.Just when they thought t... more
  • Child of Destiny

    by Annemarie Musawale
    Two high school students are brought together by a twist of fate to fulfill an unknown destiny. In the process, they go through several life changing events from infidelity to magical trips down the bayou to discover things about themselves they could never have imagined. In between all the events, they hardly realize that they have fallen in love.
  • Some Place Better Than Here

    by Landen Wakil
    Inspired by classic rock anthems and American teenage mythos, Some Place Better Than Here pulls together cherished emblems of nostalgia and repackages it in a telling new manner to capture the hearts and minds of every generation. Underneath the revered fable of Boy meets Girl lies a story that cuts deep into the heart of brokenness, family relationships, and how to find the courage to make peace with the past and start anew.
  • Feels Like Forever

    by K. L. Cottrell
    A girl who is afraid to really live because of the pain of the past. A guy who is trying to really live despite the pain of the present. A cute kid who will lend them everything from laughter and love to her own special kind of bravery. And the future they all deserve. *This story deals with sensitive themes, includes brief recollections of traumatic events, and contains mature content.*
  • Crushed Velvet

    by Silke Black
    Abuse and giving pleasure are the only things Teresa has known for the last few years: as long as her head stays down and her client list full, she will be fine. In over her head after signing into a sex trafficking contract, Teresa makes a living but pays most of it back to her corrupt Madame. After working in the underground clubs, she moves outside the club scene to take on her own clients. The only friend she has is her ex-roommate June, who has plenty of issues of her own. Thoroughly ... more
  • Meeting His Match

    by Shannyn Schroeder
    Malcolm “Mac” Sterling has one goal: take over the family matchmaking business. His final obstacle? Host his family’s new dating show and prove he can help each contestant find true love. One catch. Mac’s meddling mother has approved a co-host, a so-called expert who seems impervious to his charms. Now he could lose everything, because if his co-host proves she’s the better matchmaker, he can say goodbye to his legacy. Natalie “Gem” Hale never intended for her alter ego as an online dating ex... more
  • A Wedding and a White Christmas (Something Old, Something New Book 1)

    by Suzanne Stengl

    Getting from “I do” to “I don’t” before anyone finds out! 

    In a whirlwind Christmas visit to Las Vegas, and after a long night of merrymaking, Emily and her best friend, Mark, stumble into an Elvis Chapel and get married.

    The next morning she realizes her mistake. Although she loves Mark, and has since childhood, he’s not marriage material.

    For Mark, it’s not that he has commitment issues—or any issues, fo... more

  • The Fox of Cordovia (The Rebel Series Book 3)

    by Linda Weaver Clarke
    In this swashbuckling romance, a sinister plot has just been uncovered and its up to a former patriot and a young nurse to discover who is behind it. Caroline is engaged to the future mayor of Laketown, a man of influence and greatly respected. But all that changes when she overhears a conspiracy behind closed doors. After being discovered, she runs for her life. Caroline needs to report her findings, but whom can she trust? When she asks Jesse Conover for help, the adventure begins.
  • Rescuing Prince Charming

    by Edward Hoornaert
    Dusty Johnson, a self-styled ordinary, everyday woman, responds with extraordinary heroism when saboteurs try to bomb the prototype of Earth's first starship. Although she yearns to return to anonymity, that moment of courage propels her ever deeper into dangers that tear the scabs off her dark secrets—and thrust her into the arms of the unattainable man of her dreams. Reese Eaglesbrood, an alien prince, yearns to restore his tattered reputation by guiding the starship project to completion, bu... more
  • Hangdog

    by Christopher L. Malone
    HANGDOG centers around a young man named Jimi. He’s an aimless twenty-something going through the motions of his early adult life, contenting himself with a blue collar job that allows him enough money to pay the rent and occasionally go out to the bars. With this night life, he looks for potential one-night stands, knowing he’ll sabotage things the morning after with them so that he can reject them and move on, single and guiltless. Indeed, he’s done this often enough to develop a reputation am... more
  • Black Child to Black Woman

    by Cheryl Denise Bannerman
    Black Child to Black Woman is a 'live diary' experience that will grab your attention right from the start. Tara Walker speaks directly to the reader as she adds entry after entry into her Journal. She documents her experiences, her family life, her triumphs, as well as her interpretation of life and the world as she saw it. As she grows, so does the language and tone of the diary, which matches her maturity and speech patterns as the time passes. Experiences are mere images engraved in our mind... more

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