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  • Kissing The Scorpion (The Truth About Kate Hayes Book 1)

    by J.W. Tapper
    She's everything he wants. Much more than he expects. Dave Fletcher isn't obsessed with Kate Hayes, at least that's what he tells himself. She just happens to be the gorgeous blonde working at the opposite desk. There's one small problem: Kate is his manager. She's also old enough to be his mum. Dave can't believe his luck when he and Kate are booked on the same work event at a plush hotel. He is absolutely certain that nothing is going to happen, but why risk disaster by giving his girlf... more
  • Divine Strangers

    by Shelley Marie
    There are strangers among us. In the desolate tourist town of Clarksville, Missouri no one believes the fanciful Legend of the Firebird. Yes, the tourist shops beneath the cave riddled cliffs sell glass wings and feathery jewelry, and the amusement park exhibits Firebird fossils, and the town’s plaque reads that the first family was abducted by a sky full of monsters … but it’s a fairytale. Ever Robins has caused quite a stir in the sleepy little town. The new, sixteen year old, beaut... more
  • Belle of Charleston (Southern Legacy Book 1)

    by Jerri Hines
    Set against the backdrop of Antebellum Charleston with the martial clash of brother against brother looming on the horizon—here is an absorbing, tantalizing saga of life during one of our country’s most turbulent times—Southern Legacy Series.—Belle of Charleston, Book One—In a world of pageantry and show, the Montgomery family accepts the way of life that has been antebellum Charleston for over a hundred years. Two cousins, the handsome and debonair, Wade Montgomery and the bold and brooding Cul... more
  • Kiss of Deceit (Winds of Betrayal Book 3)

    by Jerri Hines
    The tides of war have shifted. When all eyes turn south, Doctor Jonathan Corbett finds himself once more thrust into the war's turmoil. On assignment from General Washington, the dashing doctor discovers his mission has taken him straight into a conflict where the British are not the only ones to be feared. Rebekah Morse has no time to contemplate the exploding war around her. Caught up as a pawn in a deadly conspiracy, she finds her only hope lies with her old friend, but things have changed... more
  • Special Agent Finnegan

    by Mimi Barbour
    When Special Agent Finnegan O'Reilly gets shot, and the news brings on his father’s heart attack, he decides to take leave from further undercover assignments. The O'Reilly has suffered enough and Finn can’t be the cause of more distress for this beloved old rascal. Then his boss forces one more case on him - to take place in their own pub. Acting as the target to expose serial, suicide killers rampaging through New York City, Finn must play the part of a wife-beater, a cheating husband and an a... more
  • Special Agent Francesca

    by Mimi Barbour
    An introvert, Special Agent Francesca moves to Las Vegas to escape her powerful, domineering mother. On arrival, multiple obstacles challenge her. She needs to approach a father she’s never met, a man who doesn’t even know she exists. Then she must play the role of a loving fiancée with a stranger. One who makes her question every unexpected emotion he provokes. Craving the chance for real undercover work, she grabs the opportunity to be involved in cleaning up gang corruption in a nasty neighb... more
  • Spanish Nights, A Jinn's Seduction

    by Valerie Twombly
    After a bitter divorce from her cheating husband, Makayla searches for her muse in the remote hills of Spain. When she flings open the door of her villa, she finds it in the form of intense blue eyes and a killer body attached to a thick Spanish accent. Armand has lost everything. His magic and his freedom are taken when an evil curse is placed on the Jinn, bounding him to earth. With only his immortality and ability for seduction, he sets his sights on the dark haired newcomer in town. Wh... more
  • What You Don't Know Now

    by Marci Diehl
    An 18-year-old American girl travels in Europe on a 7-country, 21-day bus tour during the tumultuous summer of 1967, to find fate has a surprising, unusual itinerary in store for her in family, love and womanhood. In the summer before college, it’s the education of a lifetime.
  • Finding the Rainbow (Chilton Crosse, Book 2)

    by Traci Borum
    Holly Newbury’s life is on hold in the cozy English village of Chilton Crosse. While her friends are marrying, having children, and embarking on successful careers, Holly is raising her three younger sisters and working part time at the village art gallery. Her life feels incomplete, but family is more important to her than anything. Then a film crew’s arrival galvanizes the community, and Holly becomes fast friends with Fletcher Hays, the movie’s love-shy American writer. The production of a... more
  • Painting the Moon (Chilton Crosse, Book 1)

    by Traci Borum
    When Noelle Cooke inherits a cottage from her British aunt, she also inherits a cottage full of secrets--a locked room, an old journal, an art gallery in financial ruin. Noelle never planned to abandon her life in San Diego, never intended to move across the ocean to live in a tiny Cotswold village. But the idea becomes irresistible, especially with the possibility of saving the gallery. And just when Noelle settles into her new village life and starts to discover the cottage's mysteries, ... more
  • Cold Comfort

    by Kathleen Gerard
    It’s Thanksgiving weekend and workaholic photojournalist Anna Maria “A.M.” LaRusa returns to Federal Hill, a small Italian-American enclave in Rhode Island, to spend a quiet holiday with her only remaining relative, her Aunt Minnie, a hip, 96-year-old who texts and has a blog. But when a blizzard Nor’easter threatens New England, there is a change in plans. As A.M. and her aunt prepare for the holiday and the storm, A.M. unexpectedly runs into a man she hasn’t seen in ten years—a man whom she st... more
  • Life Is Like A Sweet Onion

    by aravindan devadoss
    Dear Readers, Warm Greetings. An eighty four years old man is going to speak for the next few pages. Pay your attention to his words. He is going to share his experiences and present his views of life on Earth. It is only his personal views. It may not be universally acceptable. Contradiction is one of the basic features of life on Earth. A good literature should create an impact on the reader and should stimulate the thought process. A five or ten minute reading may create five thousand th... more
  • Transformation: Bedelia's Journey of Love and Transformation

    by TJ Phull
    3 books in one Like the Ameila Bedeila, The Flower. Bedelia blooms and grows She learns New knowledge and understanding of life, strife, and love transformation! Absorbing the light and impaling the strife. Bedelia blooms from a seedling to a flowering woman BEDELIA. Come walk with Bedelia through out her TRANSFORMATION.
  • Bedelia: Man-Eater

    by TJ Phull
    Like the Ameila Bedeila, The Flower. Bedelia blooms and grows She learns New knowledge and understanding of life, strife, and love transformation! Absorbing the light and impaling the strife. Bedelia blooms from a seedling to a flowering woman BEDELIA. Come walk with Bedelia through out her TRANSFORMATION.
  • Turned and Bent Ove

    by TJ Phull
    Turned and bent over is a book of a collective erotic short story and poems...
  • Body of Evidence (Evidence Series Book 2)

    by Rachel Grant

    In Body of Evidence, a sexy romantic political thriller, an archaeologist and a US Attorney find themselves on an explosive, globe-spanning chase full of political intrigue and legal drama. Body of Evidence is the second book in Grant's Evidence Series, where archaeology, politics, and war collide.

    And she thought facing a firing squad was bad...

    When archaeologist Mara Garrett traveled to North Korea to retrieve the remains of GIs lost in combat, she never imagined s... more