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Literature & Fiction

By: Jamie Ott
(3 reviews)
By: V.R. Christensen
(51 reviews)
Archer Hamilton is a collector of rare and beautiful insects. Gina Shaw is a servant in his uncle’s house. Clearly out of place in the position in which she has been discovered, she becomes a source of fascination . . . and curiosity. A girl with a blighted past and a fortune she deems a curse, Gina has lowered herself in order to find escape from her family and their scheming designs. But when she is found, the stakes suddenly become dire. All Gina wants is the freedom to live her life as she would wish. All her aunts want is the money that comes with her. But there is more than one way to trap an insect. An arranged marriage might turn out profitable for more parties than one. Mr. Hamilton is about to make the acquisition of a lifetime. But will the price be worth it? Can a woman captured and acquired learn to love the man who has bought her?
By: Benjamin Hunting
(6 reviews)
What if one day the steel doors of your office building’s elevator opened and revealed that your workplace had been transformed into a desert wasteland? This is exactly the situation faced by Ryan, a cog in a corporate consultancy based in Montreal, Quebec. Over the next few weeks he strives to reconcile the desolate vista that surrounds him at work with his seemingly untouched personal life, until events in each environment begin to intersect in ways he could never have predicted. Ryan must then negotiate both the sands that surround him and the intricacies of human relationships in order to save the life of a friend.
By: Julie S Ross
(5 reviews)
Grand Illusion of Tomorrow is a tragic, romantic, and educational novel. This is a modern love story based on real events and experiences, bringing laughter and tears. Some chapters will bring chills, while others will startle the reader so much that they will tremble. The end of the story leaves a sense of peace, relief, and joy, of having experienced such an adventure through this literary work; about the unforgettable events of several individuals, striving to find what humanity has desperately been searching for”¦happiness.
By: Ann Warner
(32 reviews)
Ann’s brilliant, well-thought-out prose lifts her stories to a higher literary level than most of today’s fare. If you’re looking for a quick romantic read, this is not the book for you. But if you want a more thoroughly satisfying journey that takes your imagination from tragedy to self-discovery, with all of the tears and joys along the way, you should pick up Counterpointe and prepare to be impressed. Pam Berehulke, Bulletproofing
By: Karla J. Nellenbach
(44 reviews)
Mia’s first reaction is outright disbelief. Obviously, a mistake has been made. Sixteen-year-old girls don’t die. But, when the diagnosis is confirmed, she dives headlong into anger. If she has to die, why should it be of cancer? In fact, anything would be preferable to cancer. Better for her to say when, where, and especially how. Determined to meet death on her own terms, Mia devises scheme after scheme to get the job done. A “fall” down the basement stairs, driving her car off a bridge…
By: Dermot Davis
(27 reviews)
Robert Munro, a therapist specializing in dream interpretation, awoke one morning to find himself in a dream from which he could not awaken. Experiencing first hand the limitations of his own training and theories, he must solve the puzzle of his own dream in order to break free from its bondage. In the process, he’ll better understand himself, other people, and the nature of consciousness itself.
By: David Pickering
20 terrifying tales of horror written by such masters of the genre as Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and Ambrose Bierce. Steel your nerves for encounters with ghouls, werewolves, invisible vampires, screaming skulls, monstrous slugs and, not least of all, the cruelty and murderous nastiness of your fellow-man. Ideal reading for newcomers to the horror story and aficionados alike. A companion volume to ‘Classic Horror Stories’, ‘Classic Ghost Stories’ and ‘Classic Ghost Stories 2’.
By: Richard French
The Wakemans live in a large city in the northeastern U. S. The novel tells about their various efforts to pull themselves out of mental, physical, and spiritual low points. The story includes three interludes in a society that has gone haywire with technology and the paranormal. One of the characters in these interludes wonders if reality is disintegrating.
By: Bart Hopkins
(10 reviews)
Meet Jack Leonard”¦

Jack was destined to be an alcoholic. His father, Billy, is a happy-go-lucky drunk from East Texas whose behavior varies from outdated to outrageous. He isn’t a bad person, but he tends to make bad decisions. Billy drives his life like he drives his truck: under the influence.

Jack escapes his fifty-percent-alcohol-by-volume fate. How? He meets a girl, of course. Fast-forward twenty years, and Jack’s life is almost perfect. But, life is never perfect, is it?

Computers & Technology

Event Driven Programming
By: Daniel Diaz III
(1 review)
Finally, a book written for official Nerds with no fluff, just the real stuff. Time for you to become the hero.

Wrap your mind around event driven web programming and application development. With all learnings focused to Visual C#.

If you don’t need every step from A to Z spelled out to you then you might want to check under this cover of this read. You will like what you find. Remember what you can’t be taught from this book can be learned from the Internet…

Business & Investing

By: Rob Mars
(14 reviews)
How Can You Survive Working in the Corporate Culture?
After 20 years of multinational experience, I know exactly what it takes to build a successful corporate career. I learned this the hard way. You do not need to.

Build a Successful Corporate Career Using Proven Methods
I wrote this comprehensive guide that sums up my own and others’ personal experience on the journey to success in business in order to give you advice on career building in the corporate culture.

By: Marlo Catalano
Real estate exam guide – Comes with Tips for the Exam & How to guide on how to evaluate an investment

Very easy read- This book is designed to be as helpful as possible to readers so that they have the upper hand when it comes time to take the real estate exam. Like the title say’s-this book is as straight to the point as you can get with including all of the necessary fundamentals in order to pass the test

Health, Fitness & Dieting

By: Robert Markum
(7 reviews)
What exactly is gluten? Why would a person have to “go gluten free?” The answers to these basic questions and more can be found in Living a Gluten Free Life. This guide to gluten free diets takes you through the science behind gluten free diets in a simple and concise manner. You’ll learn what exactly gluten is and why people are switching to a gluten free lifestyle.
Find Your Easiest Path to Naturally Thin
By: Stan Spencer, PhD
(62 reviews)
This book isn’t about the latest celebrity diet, wonder food, or miracle supplement. It’s about creating a personalized weight loss plan””your own easiest path to naturally thin. While you can lose weight with almost any diet, keeping the weight off is much more difficult, requiring permanent changes in eating and exercise habits. This book provides a science-based approach for making those changes in a way that works best for you, without wasting time, money, or effort.
The Holistic Approach to Backache Relief & Back Exercise
By: Anne Asher
(7 reviews)
My back hurts! How many times have you uttered those words? For backache relief, most experts recommend exercise, particularly core strengthening exercise. This book takes a holistic approach to back exercise. It will help you go beyond business as usual back stretches and strengthening exercises, and into a skillful understanding of how your body moves and heals itself.
How To Stop Being Angry, Anxious And Frustrated All The Time
By: Doc Orman, M.D.
(7 reviews)
Great book for helping you deal with life’s daily annoyances, large or small. Written by Doc Orman, M.D., noted physician, author, and stress coach who has been helping people eliminate stress successfully–without having to manage it–for more than 30 years.
Use Acupressure and EFT to Stop Overeating & Curb Hunger
By: Terrie Taylor
(3 reviews)
Diets don’t work. Do you know why?
Because they do not address the underlying emotional issues that make us overeat.

This Amazing new book tells you how to use acupressure to eliminate emotional eating, cravings and bad eating habits!

By: Robert Markum
(4 reviews)
HE JUNK FOOD DIET ”” A Simple Manual For Building Muscles and Burning Fat, While Eating Whatever You Want!
– Let’s keep things simple: You want muscles and fit figure but you cannot refrain yourself from eating tasty junk food (we understand, it is simply too good and flavored!) ? We have the right diet for you!
By: Gavin P. Alexander
If you are a skinny guy and you want to gain weight fast, and ensure it is 100% rock solid muscle then this book is going to deliver the results it promises.

It isn’t full of fake hopes and dreams about getting jacked in a few weeks, it is a realistic look at just how skinny guys can hack their bodies to consistently gain 2-3 lbs of muscle each and every month for a year. That’s how long the author believes you need to totally transform your body, and he is right.

Education & Reference

By: Lainee Duvalle
Here are 145 simple French phrases in the present tense to help you improve your French grammar and French conjugation skills. A short lesson on the usage of “Present tense” in French is also included at the beginning and the corresponding correction is provided at the end of each part.
By: Lauren Cole
(1 review)
If you’re a fan of the Twilight Saga, maybe you’ve always wondered– why aren’t the songs in the soundtrack in the order they appear in the movies?

“Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack List solves this problem. Created by obsessive fans of Twilight and indie music in general, this guide breaks down the exact order of songs in each film, including songs not included in the soundtrack.

Arts & Photography

By: James Zerndt
(31 reviews)
Serve Your Country, Conserve Your Water, Observe Your Neighbor

This is the slogan of the Sustainability Unit and of a country gone eco-hysterical. After nearly twelve months without rain and the hinges of the world barely still oiled, Thomas and his younger brother, Dustin, set out across a drought-ridden landscape in search of answers. What they discover
along the way will change their lives, and their country, forever.

The Cloud Seeders weaves humor and heartache, action and romance, as well as poetry and science, into a unique novel that defies categorization.

(20 reviews)
In this easy to understand photography for beginners and intermediate reference book, you will discover that photography does not need to be an expensive, time-consuming and difficult task. This photography made simple guide book will show you how to take better photos with any camera, including the simplest of cameras. You will learn that camera’s do not take amazing pictures…people do! And this guide will show you exactly where to start. Get your copy now.
By: Cherelle Cooper
17 year old Briana Douglas is suddenly uprooted from her hometown of San Diego, California by her father due to a job offer. Since the death of her mother at age seven, it has been Bree’s three brothers, her father and her for the majority of her life. At her new school, Briana makes two new friends named Brooklyn and Cassie; Cassie she later finds out is a teenage mother in school. Things take a different turn when Bree meets Jordan, as she is intrigued by him instantly.

Children’s Books

By: Mary Lee
(39 reviews)
“Why? Because I Love You!” is a beautifully illustrated book about the ways these cuddly characters, Little Pup and Grey Bear, show their love. It’s a wonderful story to read to the little ones you love.
By: Anbu Rayappan
(5 reviews)
Have You Seen A White Elephant?

No? How about going on an adventurous journey through the jungle with your pet white elephant?

Noi, our hero, went on a wild, adventurous journey with his pet elephant. Both were naive and young. How did they manage to escape from the jungle animals?

What dangers did they face? Who helped them?

The animals they encountered were, Buffalo, Turtle, Rhino, Lion, Tiger, Leopard, Squirrel, Parrots, Snake, Bats, Bear, etc.

By: Michael Evans
Carter is always getting into trouble. But it’s not his fault! It’s the monsters that only he and his friend
Ben can see. This time it’s the “gassy goblin” that is wreaking havoc at home and in school.
The monsters that show up are usually gross, but Carter and his friend can always make them vanish, but will they do it in time? Or will the “monster toots” get him in trouble to last a lifetime? Only time will tell, and the antics are plenty!
By: Jack Penn
(1 review)
Diggle is a disaster-prone dog who has the great fortune of living with Mr Bun at Fun Buns Bakery but his passion for cakes leads him into all sorts of sticky, smelly situations. In this, the first of the Diggle series, an incident with some cinnamon scones takes a very nasty turn and Diggle is nearly separated from Mr Bun forever.
By: Jan Fisher
(4 reviews)
Childrens Ebooks Ages 4-8 (Picture Book)

Description: Meet Cameron the lonely shark and follow his adventures trying to find a friend.
This beautiful interactive picture book features charming, funny illustrations against real full color backgrounds designed to look great on the Kindle Fire and take full advantage of text pop-ups to fully engage the reader.
Also includes a fun and educational interactive quiz to engross your child and test their knowledge!

Humor & Entertainment

By: Oleg Medvedkov
(13 reviews)
In this book you will find a collection of other humorous stories that have enough funny jokes to fill two full-sized humor novels, if anyone still writes those anymore. The stories are driven by the dialog and interaction between the characters, in the best comic traditions of Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Izzard, and even vaudeville stylings of Red Skelton.

Newly edited, formatted, and expanded version.

By: Karen Ranney
(1 review)
Flash Fables is a collection of stories told from the point of view of Flash the Wonder Pooch (aka Sir Barksalot), a Sheltie with pithy wisdom about life and love. Stories include: One Man’s Pleasure is Another Man’s Pain, Fine Feathers Don’t Make Fine Birds, Comparisons Are Odious, and twenty-seven others.


By: Janice Kitson
(37 reviews)
This book is the story of the system that I used to reduce my grocery bill by over 50% week in week out and got my life back together.
Empowering You to Create Your Own Life Experience
By: Marquita Herald
(22 reviews)
Unexpected trials will always be a part of life ”¦ a lost set of keys, the stress of a botched work assignment, or the heartache of a full-blown health or relationship crisis. If we can accept that it is unrealistic to deny or run away from life’s inevitable challenges, we’re left with the only question then that really matters, how we will choose to view adversity ”¦ obstacle or opportunity. This is the power of resilience. Life doesn’t get easier, we grow stronger
By: Katie Darden
(14 reviews)
This is the first of three books designed to help you get the results you want and deserve. The next two books walk you through processes to help you create and structure your plan in the way that makes sense to you. This book lays the foundation by taking you through a process to identify what is most important in life, including how to make the necessary adjustments as your life matures and changes.
Take The Distance Out
By: Daniel Speraw
(2 reviews)
Relationship Obstacles? “Her dating life was a disaster, a depressing litany of men slipping away, and she was saying, ”˜If only I could meet a good guy, I would totally give myself to him, and we”¦’


Her eyes widened, as she realized what she had said and what she had been doing.”

I live to see that eye-widening moment of understanding””and that is exactly what is waiting for you.

GOAL: take the distance out and bring us closer to those we love.

By: Daniel Speraw
Negative feelings can heave, yank and drag down the quality of life, day by day. And they can so easily push us away from those we care about, which is why much of this book is about releasing anger, sadness, guilt and the like.

It is about how to release that old emotional baggage and more on.

By: Frank Ra
(48 reviews)
This book brings you the wisdom of Neale Donald Walsch, as foreword. And the presence of Eckhart Tolle, in the conclusion. In between, eight chapters make easier for you to empty your cup, live your life at your full potential, and be beyond narratives.

How? BioHarmonizing offers you the tools to do so. Harmonize your values, goals, actions, etc. BioHarmonizing helps you in discovering what matters for you, in your own terms, and create your own harmonic life. Let that song you have in your hea

By: Elizabeth Collins
(2 reviews)
This book offers a series of strategies that will help anyone take control of any interpersonal situation they encounter. The book will show how to become more comfortable about saying ‘Yes’ to yourself and ‘No’ to others when you are asked to do things you don’t want to do. Scenarios are given to show how these skills can be applied at home, with friend and in the workplace.

Religion & Spirituality

By: Living Life Set Free Publishing
(4 reviews)
1,3000 Bible verses, 800 inspirational Christian Quotes arranged in 50 interactive categories. Addressing what the Bible says and wisdom from the past about questions we each have concerning:
Angels, Miracles, Prayer, Healing, Heaven…


By: Steven Sweeting
A new terror is being unleashed in London. Mysterious, puzzling and downright macabre, teenage students are being murdered by what the police see as a deranged serial killer, who leaves bloody messages of proclamation at the scene, denouncing their victims as ”˜the Fall Children.’ Aaron Light, a brilliant but unmotivated all-round university genius and poker whizz-kid, is suddenly plunged into the events set in motion when he is initially suspected of murdering a fellow resident, who happens to be the daughter of a high ranking police officer. When Light meets Alexa Black, an unconventional yet hard-nosed detective sergeant, she convinces him that his abilities are needed, and in the meantime, he may as well help her climb the rank ladder at the tiresomely political Scotland Yard. But the body count rises, and events hit further to home than Light would like. Secret organizations are unearthed, and a mysterious girl seems intent on challenging Light to a game of life or death. To solve the murders and the puzzle of the Fall Children, it is clear Light must gather up all of his wit and reasoning skills to survive.

Crafts, Hobbies & Home

By: Julie Turner
(44 reviews)
*** #1 Amazon BESTSELLER in Vegetable Gardening ***

Here’s the ultimate “Take-You-By-The-Hand” beginner’s manual for creating and managing your own organic garden. Even if you know nothing about organic gardening…. so you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money.

You’re going to learn that organic gardening can greatly improve your health and energy levels while really lowering your weekly food bills, and it only takes about half an hour per week.

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Samantha Shu
(8 reviews)
Missing students, secretive mysterious experiments going horribly wrong, and a dark, dangerous stranger waiting to cover it all up under the concealing cloak of the CIA, propels gorgeous, feisty FBI Agent Danielle Devon into the assignment of her career.
Exhilarated from her well-earned promotion and tingling as a result of the romantic attention of renowned newsman Garrett Quintan, Danielle suddenly finds herself the target of a raging psychopath.
By: Pam Richter
(36 reviews)

Michelle was brutally attacked in her locked hotel room in Las Vegas. The police didn’t believe her and thought she must have lured a man up to her hotel room for a little sexual adventure, which went dangerously out of control.

Michelle sustained visible scars from the terrifying and almost lethal attack, but pure fear motivated the move from her home in California to Hawaii. She’s scared her attacke

By: Pamela Malz
(4 reviews)
There is someone who will stop at nothing to make The Reunion a horrifying trip down memory lane; a week that will rock the hallowed halls of Sierra Palma High to its core . . .
With the help of unlikely heroine and former Prom Queen, Jaime Carrere, who must now face the demons of her past, The Reunion is a page turning thriller from start to finish.
By: Willow Rose
(21 reviews)
Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer.
By: Jinx Schwartz
(52 reviews)
Winner: International EPPIE Award for Best Mystery.

Hetta Coffey is a woman with a yacht, and she’s not afraid to use it.
She’s a globe-trotting civil engineer with swath of failed multi-national affairs in her jet stream.

Plying the San Francisco waterfront, trolling for triceps, her attention is snagged by a parade of passing yachts–especially their predominantly male skippers–and experiences a champagne-induced epiphany: If she had a boat, she could get a man.

In spite of a spectacular ignorance of all things nautical, Hetta buys her dream boat, but shadowy stalker, an inconvenient body, and Hetta’s own self-destructive foibles, give a whole new meaning to the phrase “sink or swim!”

By: Morgan Mandel
(20 reviews)
LIKE BEING SCARED? Get in on the first of the Always Young Trilogy now, and be prepared to be nervous and on edge when 55 year old widow, Dorrie Donato, takes a pill to be 24 forever. Getting old turns out to be the least of her concerns when she’s running for her life from the villains and the law.
Coming Soon are two follow-up thrillers: BLESSING OR CURSE and ALWAYS YOUNG.
By: Lawrence W. Gold, M.D.
(52 reviews)
A serial killer stalks the halls of Brier Hospital. Another novel in the Brier Hospital Series.
By: Derick Parsons
(97 reviews)
Why has a beautiful young woman been committed to an insane asylum? What is the truth behind a shadowy past containing drug use, promiscuity and murder? What secrets does she hold that others will kill to keep HIDDEN? These are questions that psychologist Kate Bennett must answer if she is to save her patient’s sanity…and both their lives. But Kate has secrets of her own, and a dark past that will come back to haunt her.

Hidden is a thriller, set in Dublin, but it is also a voyage of self-discovery for Kate as she learns not just the truth about her patient, but some truths about herself.

By: John Pearce
(82 reviews)
AN OLD LOVER brings a cryptic letter to Paris, pulling Eddie Grant reluctantly into a treacherous web of intrigue and death — but giving him a slim chance to find the terrorists who murdered his family seven years before.
It launches him on a dangerous quest through Paris and the Loire Valley for the most valuable piece of Nazi loot that remains missing, a famous Raphael self-portrait from the early 16th century, along with the crates of Nazi bullion that accompanied it.
(15 reviews)
From the age of seven Ryan Richmond dreamed about going to Space. Now Ryan Richmond has $3 billion to play with, he is in his forties; and still wants to go to space. His only enemy; the US Government who From the age of seven Ryan Richmond dreamed about going to Space. Now Ryan Richmond has $3 billion to play with, he is in his forties; and still wants to go to space. His only enemy; the US Government who doesn’t have its own space program-and wants his new spaceship; AMERICA ONE.
By: Keith Dixon
(3 reviews)
FEBRUARY 1942: The Struma, a broken-down steamer, explodes and sinks in the Black Sea, drowning 658 Rumanian Jews fleeing the Nazis.
JUNE 1944: Thirty-one SAS soldiers are captured behind enemy lines and are forced to dig their own graves before being shot and buried in a forest in the heart of France.
PRESENT DAY: Why is a British government minister trying to prevent the truth emerging about these two events from WWII? PI Sam Dyke finds himself in mortal danger as he attempts to find out.
By: Matt Drabble
(16 reviews)
Blackwater Heights is a building with a long dark history, some of it is well known but more is shrouded in myth and legend. None more so than that of its founding father Horace Whisker.

Martin Parcell is an ex-journalist with shattered dreams of an author’s career. Sidelined through a car crash’s injuries, he finds himself forced through governmental austerity measures having to take a custodians position at a private mental health hospital. A writer with undoubted talent, but an author without a story.

He begins his new job deep in depression and drowning under waves of his lost dreams. On his first night he meets Jimmy, his elderly supervisor who has spent most of his life within the hospital walls. Jimmy is nearing retirement age and desperate to rest his weary bones. Jimmy offers Martin a way out for both of them, access to the background histories and stories of the hospital’s patients. A collection of 13 tales from the darkly disturbed minds of the residents of Blackwater Heights.

As the long night unwinds, Martin finds himself deeply troubled as the tales unfold before him and threaten to drag him down into their insanity.


By: Rachel Ann Nunes
(23 reviews)
A fun, page-turning romantic suspense novel with non-denominational Christian faith elements. Cassi is the head buyer for a prestigious art gallery in California. Jared is a buyer for an exclusive New York gallery. Sparks fly as the two come head to head in a bidding war for a hideous but very expensive Indian Buddha from the Kushan period. Each is determined to win the statue, but others also want the Buddha””at any cost. Thugs, art forgers, the FBI, or Jared’s beautiful and alluring boss . . .
A Short Story
By: L. Spikes
Mei might be on the verge of hitting it big as a professional writer, but she remains the victim of her own insecurities and doubts about her true place in the world. On the eve of her first book signing, she finds herself trapped within the walls of a depression that threatens to claim more than just her budding career.
By: Bev Pettersen
(200 reviews)
She’s broke. He’s worth millions.

Jenna Murphy, a dedicated horse masseuse, relies on her job and street smarts to support what’s most important…her younger sister. But when the Thoroughbred Wellness Center experiences a hostile takeover headed by a charming but ruthless corporate shark, both her heart and career are in jeopardy.

By: Kathy Clark
“Though known to millions as a “”cowboy’s cowboy,”” city slicker and famous western writer Matt Montana had never actually even ridden a horse. When hit with writer’s block, he decided to find his muse by secretly getting his first real western experience at the Rocky K Ranch in Colorado. But when he met Jamie Kimball, the rancher’s daughter, she turned out to be a real burr in this macho man’s saddle.

Back in the days when men were men, women weren’t like Matt’s sassy, sexy trail guide.

By: Michelle McMaster
(1 review)
For three lovely ladies in Regency England, the long, hot summer holds the opportunity for decadent pleasures, wicked pursuits, and forbidden passion. The Marquess of St. Clair has long been a thorn in Daphne Summerville’s side. But when she is forced to act as his nursemaid after a bizarre accident, Daphne discovers that the Notorious Marquess has sensual talents she never knew existed. Lady Ashton’s friends finally convince her to take a lover for the summer. At a wicked masquerade ball…
By: Nhys Glover
Karl Ontario is a medical researcher not an adventurer, but when an audacious mission is proposed to go back in time to save doomed children on the ill-fated Atlantic liner, RMS Titanic, he makes sure he’s included in the team. Little does he realise that his own future and happiness depend on saving the life of just one passenger: Lizzie Faulkner, an unwed mother-to-be.
A Second Edition Love Story
By: Robert Costelloe
(9 reviews)
Wayne and Nancy grow up on opposite sides of the country, each certain they must have love better than what others will settle for. Although irresistibly drawn to each other, they must overcome obstacles posed by the class and social differences separating them, as well as opposition from both families, and later, a twist of fate that will be the cruelest test of all. Coinage of Commitment is a story of two people determined that their love will shine unlike any other.
By: Robyn Roze
(9 reviews)
Olivia Marshall is about to discover that sometimes the easy way, is the hardest way out.
By: alexandrea weis
(11 reviews)
At thirty, Nora Kehoe is feeling pressured to settle down. On a blind date, Nora unexpectedly ends up in the emergency room where she meets Dr. John Blessing. She hopes the pragmatic Dr. Blessing can make her life complete. Then, a passionate encounter with a childhood friend changes everything.

The charismatic Jean Marc Gaspard manages the family business, Gaspard Fisheries. But rumors abound that Jean Marc is running more than seafood through the waters around Manchac Louisiana. When a family crisis sends Nora to Manchac, she is thrown headlong into the dangerous world of smugglers and swindlers. And as Jean Marc tries to protect Nora from his past, he realizes he may lose her because of it.

The dark bayou waters run deep with secrets in Louisiana, and every Cajun knows how to dance the fine line between the right and wrong side of the law. But for strangers, learning the steps to staying alive in the swamps can be tricky. Life, and love, will be dependent on how well one can master the ”¦ Acadian Waltz

By: Carrigan Fox
(2 reviews)
In 1908, Chastity Fairfax resents the controlling men in her life and longs to be free. In an effort to gain control of her own life, she flees England and sails for America to be reunited with her estranged brother. On the way, she encounters the very attractive–and very chauvinistic–Texan rancher, Colton Webb. Frustrated, she vows to make him fall in love with the worst kind of woman…an intelligent one. Unfortunately, she is blind-sided when she begins to fall for him instead.
By: D.S. Craver
(2 reviews)
Twenty-eight Sydney Smith decides it’s time to move out of her tiny apartment and become a homeowner. Blake Smith, no relation, also wants to see the duplex. A mix-up has them viewing it together. They both love the house. Sparks fly between the handsome engineer and the beautiful columnist. Sydney wonders if she should mention home buying as a way to meet someone in her column, “Sydney’s Sassy Suggestions to Singles.” A highly sensual story of fun, home buying, romance and love.

Cookbooks, Food & Wine

By: Katherine Baldwin
(30 reviews)
This book has 40 step by step recipes that cover most of the traditional Southern foods that I learned how to cook from my Mother and Grandmother. However, I have adjusted them to use extra virgin olive oil and spices instead of the traditional method of seasoning them with salt pork and bacon drippings. I have included a full nutritional analysis for those items so you can decide which method you use to season your food.
By: Maria Holmes
(19 reviews)
Having shared the many advantages of slow-cooking in her last book, Maria is now pleased to share the equally beneficial joys of pressure cooking.
Pressure cookers have been vilified first for their lack of safety and then ridiculed for their crocheting granny recipes. Now equipped with new safety mechanisms, today’s pressure cookers are safer than ever. And as you will discover in this cookbook, gone are the days of the bland and uninspired pressure cooker meals.
By: Maria Holmes
(1 review)
If you are looking for something more than the traditional slow cooker soups and stews, then this book is exactly what you have been looking for. Get ready for a culinary journey around the world. From our neighbours across the borders, to our friends across the oceans, this book offers delectable recipes that will bring the joys of an amazing international meal right to your home.

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: M. K. McDaniel
(13 reviews)
Nick-named Nina Beana, twelve-year-old Jalina B. Jons is about to have the worst day of her life. She’s never lived a day away from her home, slept on the floor, eaten gruel, or questioned her survival until she and her brother Jake are told that their wealthy, treasure hunting parents are dead and they are sent to a notorious, workhouse orphanage…Owenroake. Chased by gigantic spiders under Timbroke Hall, threatened by bullies, and snubbed by the Synderputt snobs, Nina plots to escape. Little does she know that her life is about to change forever because Owenroake is no ordinary orphanage. Magic, enchanted kingdoms surround Owenroake and the orphans discover a new world of hope, friends and powers. But as the magical barrier is illegally breached, weird things begin to happen and orphans disappear. Nina organizes a rescue team and embarks on a journey that leads to the brink of disaster. Thwarted by a villainous sorcerer who dispatches an evil entourage of gnarly ghouls, vampire bats, elves, and fairies, the orphans fight for their lives and to bring home a massive treasure. Along with her heroic friends, a salty pirate, and a dog named Bartie, Jalina B. Jons desperately tries to save all she holds dear. A great destiny awaits her, if she has the courage to use all of her resources to unleash an ancient secret power…
By: Jason D. Morrow
(52 reviews)
First they chase him through the mountains for days. Then they murder his grandfather. And just as seventeen-year-old Silas Ainsley is about to escape his nameless enemies, he is killed. This is where it should end, but Silas’ journey is far from over. When he wakes up, he finds himself in a realm known as Marenon, where humans are not the superior race, where magic is a way of life, and war threatens to destroy it all. Forced to make his way through the afterlife alone, Silas joins with a band
By: T Galer
Kimberly Jenkins, a twenty something Marketing Analysts with the Pinnacle Financial Group, has no aspirations for a life of adventure. All she wants to do is climb the corporate ladder, and maybe get married someday and start a family. All seems to be going well for her modest dreams until three consultants, who no one besides herself can seem to remember, start sitting in her row at work, and always seem to be around wherever she goes. Who are these strange consultants? And why does she have this feeling that something awful is about to happen?

Come and follow Kimberly’s journey from the normal world that most people believe exists, to the real world that contains monsters, demons, and a group of people whose job it is to protect mankind from such horrors.

By: Todd Cheney
The Seventh Circle is a tale of high adventure, fantasy and destiny.

In a time before there was time, seven circles of magic were the basis of existence. They were: time, the sky and stars, the earth, nature, knowledge, man and the races, and finally, the last…

Called through strange marks that appear on their hands and wrists, six denizens of the land shall come together to discover their fate, and perhaps change the fate of all.

By: Scott Hawthorne
(3 reviews)
They can access alien technologies with only their minds. Captured by a psychopath, sixteen year old Glen Davies and his friends Alyssa and Neil must now choose between saving their loved ones and the subjugation of the planet”¦

Since the dawn of man, there have been Viewers. Leonardo Da Vinci, Issaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates. People who, using only their minds, can tap into an alien internet and glimpse advanced technologies.

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