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Book: Daring Passage - Book Two of the Spirited Away Saga by Maggie Plummer
In what is being called a "stunning" sequel to SPIRITED AWAY - A Novel of the Stolen Irish, Freddy O'Brennan is on the run. In 1656, determined to pursue freedom for themselves and their young children, Freddy and her friend Birdie, a Monacan native from Virginia, brave stormy seas, treacherous castaways, and corrupt colonial authorities in Jamestown. Romantic sparks between Freddy and ship [...]
 
Book: The Master and the Maid (Heaven's Ponds) by Laura Libricz
She's lost her work, her home and her freedom. Now, harboring a mysterious newborn, she could lose her life. In 17th Century Germany on the brink of the Thirty Years War, 24-year-old Katarina is traded to the patrician Sebald Tucher by her fiance Willi Prutt in order to pay his debts. En route to her forced relocation to the Tucher country estate, Katarina is met by a crazed archer, [...]
 
Book: Models and Lovers, a Modern Day Romance by Johnny Ray
This is a modern day romance from one of Amazon's bestselling romance writers who writes true life contemporary romances. Is it possible to be the most eligible bachelor forever? Even in NEW YORK CITY! And to do so while also owning the top modeling agency there? After meeting that one special woman there are only two questions that have to be answered: Will his ego now prevent him from [...]
 
Book: The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene by David Carter
Have you ever been in love? Was it good for you? Would you do it again? Gringo Greene has never been in love. That's half his problem. But when a young woman gives in her notice at Dryden Engineering no one really cared that much, except perhaps Gringo Greene. In her absence he dives into a series of frantic affairs that will change his life forever, but can he find happiness and contentment, and [...]
 
Book: Evalina's Gamble (Greentree series) by Patrizia Murray
This is the second book in the Greentree series. The first book is Lucinda's Grooms. In this book, we meet up with Jean-Gilles Marquette, who is a minor character in the first book, and Evalina Carstairs. Evalina is a 1920s flapper, returning to Canada from a finishing school in France, when she meets Jean-Gilles on the ocean liner that takes them both to Montreal. The story takes you from the [...]
 
Book: Oh no, I've Fallen in Love! Warning: contains nuts. by Louise Wise
If you're a fan of Sophie Kinsella, Jill Mansell or Sophie Ranald, don't miss Wise's witty, heart-warming and poignant, feel-good journey. Valerie Anthrope is in denial. She is NOT in love. No way, Jose! Her life is exactly as she wants it to be. She's the manager of a small financial brokerage, lives alone in her own house, drives a new Vectra and is perfectly happy the way she is. Then she puts [...]
 
Book: Waiting for 9/11 by Mary Maxie
9/11 revisited: 26 women, 26 stories. The women who are "Waiting for 9/11" range from the wife of a terrorist, to a flight attendant on one of the planes, to a rescue worker, to a grandmother waiting for her grandson to take her to lunch. They could have been anyone in the world, but in one small minute in time, they were connected as they waited for disaster to strike. None of them realized that [...]
 
Book: Oh Worship the King by Barbara Henderson
Elizabeth Newton was wondering why she - a widowed grandmother - had let one of her late husband's friends talk her into spending months at an archeological dig in Iraq. Nothing had been found, and nothing was going to be found. That was her opinion from the very beginning. She couldn't wait until her time was up and she went home to those grandchildren that looked so much like their grandfather. [...]
 
Book: The House on the Beach by Joan Fallon
Rocio and Inma meet as children and promise to be life-long friends. Set in Spain, in the years after the Civil War, their unlikely friendship faces many challenges. It is a time when women have few rights and are controlled not only by a dictatorial State but also by an ever-watchful Church. The girls come from different strata of society, one is poor and the other rich. But they each have their [...]
 
Book: Lucinda's Grooms (Greentree seires) by Patrizia Murray
A sweeping tale that takes you from the trenches of World War I to the emerging Canadian West, and back to the salons of Paris, during the Roaring Twenties. Lucinda Montgomery is loved by two men, Jack and Ford. Their story is warm, sexy and unconventiona, but the three defy the odds, finding a way for love to last.
 
Book: The Proud and the Prejudiced - A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice by Colette L. Saucier
"A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice" All My Tomorrows is losing the ratings war. For headwriter Alice McGillicutty, the past year has had enough drama. Her mother passed away, her last relationship ended in disaster, and now poor ratings are catapulting her long-running soap opera toward cancellation. For comfort and creative inspiration, she begins reading 'The Edge of Darkness,' an old [...]
 
Book: A Teacher of Time Theresienstadt Concentration Camp by Mary Maxie
When German teacher Laurena Woytowicz arrives at Peter Albright's school for the new school term, Peter suddenly begins having debilitating headaches. Laurena's talented Reiki ability is the only thing that seems to help him get rid of the pain. When Laurena finds an old piano at the Phoenix Musical Instrument Museum, that has a secret drawer with a notebook in it, she invites Peter to help her [...]
 
Book: Waiting for the Crest by Mary Maxie
2013 saw the once-in-a-lifetime flood of epic proportions in Calgary, Alberta Canada. The flooding occurred with a 'perfect storm' of events, which saw spring run off from the Rocky Mountains west of the city, coincide with heavy rains. The city is bisected by two large rivers, the Bow and the Elbow, and one or both rivers also run through Banff, Canmore, Bragg Creek, Cochrane and Exshaw. High [...]
 
Book: Richard Berkeley's Bride by Cate Parke
Will his ambitions and her fears imperil their future? In Charlestowne, South Carolina Colony, 1769, a ship docks containing a treasure beyond most men's dreams Lord Edward's lovely daughter, Alexandra destined for one fortunate man, Richard Berkeley. Although he's the scion of a wealthy prominent family, the arranged marriage unlocks the door to far greater wealth and power than Richard ever [...]
 
Book: The Blood Upon the Rose by Tim Vicary
Who does she love best? A British secret agent, or an IRA Volunteer? Ireland in 1919 is seething with violence, tension and divided loyalties - and so is the heart of the beautiful, wilful heiress Catherine O'Connell-Gort. For Catherine, by heritage, is a glittering symbol of British rule and oppression - yet by inclination she is a traitor to her class. A fervent supporter of Sinn Fein, she is [...]
 
Book: Three Days by Felicia Case & Michael Wojciechowski
While flying home, Kadie rushes to finish the latest Kurt McCarthy novel. When she does, her nosy seatmate, Paul, asks if she liked it. She claims it's average at best and argues that McCarthy has lost his edge. Unbeknownst to her, her seatmate is Kurt McCarthy. Kurt McCarthy is Paul's penname a secret Paul doesn't reveal. Paul's headed to Chicago for his first public reading a sold out [...]
 
Book: Passion's Slave by Elizabeth Housden
Charles Farrant is one of the most charismatic, influential, wealthy and successful investment bankers in the City of London. A leading light in his profession, famed for his straight dealing, none the less Charles has a secret. At a dinner party in London at the table of mutual friends Edward and Marie Boscombe, Charles meets Thea Beresford - recently divorced from her dreary, adulterous [...]
 
Book: The Day to Eternity by Joanne Monte
A sweeping story filled with scenes of love, war, and great personal sacrifice, The Day to Eternity follows three characters who struggle to find their place and one another against tremendous odds. Set in the early 1950s against the backdrop of chaotic, war-torn Korea and an enchanting but fragile postwar Japan, the reader is taken deep into the lives of characters whose responses to present [...]
 
Book: The Sorrows of Young Mike by John Zelazny
"'The Sorrows of Young Mike' is a deeply human story that explores one man's struggle to find balance between his intellect and his libido, his compassion and his selfishness." -The Aspen Daily News - Thoughtful yet spontaneous, self-aggrandizing and hopelessly philosophical, Mike would like to find out if the earth really is round. During his four-month voyage around the planet, Mike's past [...]
 
Book: Mission by Philip Spires
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have just lost their child. They did not make it to the hospital in time, possibly because Michael [...]
 
Book: Dangerous Perceptions - Unintended Consequences by Stuart Murray
When former Marine, Steve Tait, buys a contested piece of land it's a statement of intent, and the commencement of a metaphysical engagement with tyranny. A massive land development is under consideration, and at the center, one of the most powerful men in the State. Alone and vulnerable, Tait is determined to create a meaningful reality. His adversary is resolutely committed to ensuring it never [...]
 
Book: Tales of Liberation by Allan Neil
Four complete stories on a theme of captivity and liberation. (1) Evelina is a young woman from Eastern Europe who is tricked into coming to England where she is entrapped into a life of sexual abuse. Then she meets Ben...(2) James is a retired businessman who has drifted from a disastrous marriage and a failed relationship into dependence on alcohol. On a trip abroad he meets Elisabeth, a victim [...]
 
Book: Stage 6 by Dylan James
There is no time to think, no time to plan. There is only time to act as it slowly approaches you, sniffing, scanning, and hunting. It knows you're there and it's only a matter of time before it finds you and begins to feast. Confronted with a shocking and horrific new world in which a contagious virus is suddenly transforming people into vicious predators, 17 year old Jack fights to lead his [...]
 
Book: Meditations of a Modern Warrior by Paul 'Rock' Higgins
In today's often violent world, accepting the warrior path as a way of life is not the prerogative of the modern soldier. We now have warriors in every walk of life, civilian warriors, law enforcement warriors, executive protection warriors, and of course, military warriors. This first volume gives insight into how being a modern warrior impacts our everyday life, how we live through physical and [...]
 
Book: Down into the Darkness by David Carter
"Down into the Darkness" is David Carter's tenth book and something of a departure from his usual English murder mysteries: "The Murder Diaries - Seven Times Over" and "The Sound of Sirens" plus "The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene". It's also a lot shorter than many of his books, running to around 140 pages. Here's the back cover blurb: Tony Jenks lives alone in a small first floor flat in an [...]
 
Book: Brief Candle by Elizabeth Housden
Camilla Weston has always wanted to act. After drama school and a couple of years in the professional theatre she lands the part of Portia in 'The Merchant of Venice' at the prestigious Pelican Theatre in London to be directed by one of the finest talents in modern revival theatre, Sir Malcolm Masterson. Playing opposite Camilla is to be Leo Frensham, a talented young actor in his own right but [...]
 
Book: Fragments by H. Ross Irvine
Fragments is a collection of eight short stories - really short stories - that represent random slices of a life in the mid to late twentieth century. The stories are excerpts from a life lived from childhood until death and recount simple fragments of memory that are held onto and that in some way mark and define the life. Often the memories mark major events that would be noted as significant [...]
 
Book: The Inconvenience Store by Robert Cubitt
This is another of my books which started out as just a title. After visiting a local convenience store to buy milk I wondered what an "inconvenience store" might be like. I am an ardent Terry Pratchett fan and wondered what he might do with that concept. Cheekily I e-mail TP's agent, offering him use of the expression (for free). I got a very nice reply in return, but declining the offer because [...]
 
Book: The Hill of the Boar (The Seven Seals) by Benjamin B Lewis
The village of Pentrich harbours a horrifying secret that turns a nearby town into a battleground between good and evil. DI Bill Clements, a maverick detective and his companions must protect two special children from a serial killer to prevent the evil at Pentrich entering our world. A secret order battles conspiracy in the Vatican and a global corporation determined to prevent them reaching [...]
 
Book: Six Historical Tales Vol. 1 by Rayne Hall
-- Please note: This book is also available on special offer as part of a 2-book Kindle bundle myBook.to/Hist Six short stories for different historical periods: Greetings From Jerusalem (Ancient Rome) Scruples (Middle Ages) The Holed Stone (England 1900) The Black Boar (Middle Ages) Beltane (Ancient Britain) Queen of Ithaka (Ancient Greece) Please note: some of these stories have been published [...]
 
Book: Tigers Of Wrath by Elizabeth Housden
When Flora Bellinger returned from a shopping trip to her elegant Wimbledon home to find her husband, Edward, having sex with his secretary, it was the last straw. From being a quiet, gentle, biddable creature, overnight she turned into a positive and forthright young woman, determined to have her own way and be shot of Edward and his incessant philandering for good. Flora leaves London with [...]
 
Book: The Proposition (A Geek, An Angel) by J A Jackson
Confused and bitter about love gorgeous Janeshia James is content to just enjoy the fruits of her ambition being director of one of Silicon Valley California's most prestigious nonprofits. With his imposing stature handsome, geeky, genius Walker Perrault had given up on ever finding the object of his puppy- love crush as a child. Then after seeing beautiful and ambitious Janeshia at a fundraiser, [...]
 
Book: If Loving You Was Easy by Cassandra M Porter
If Loving You Was Easy is about three women's journeys through relationships, told through the narrative perspective of the characters themselves. The story takes you through their thoughts. It's about their feelings, emotions, pain and hurt. Their fears, rejection, love and tribulations. It looks at the emotions involved in giving into love, surrendering to the strong emotional ties which are [...]
 
Book: Lone Shark by Tin Larrick
"Yeah, I know Eastbourne," Hatch said, adjusting himself. "Great place for hiding bodies..." London, 2017. The Western world is verging on bankruptcy. Half of all commercial buildings lie empty, petrol is virtually a black market commodity, and bad debtors go to prison, often via hospital. The prohibitive costs of prosecution and litigation mean that violence and corruption are rife, and crime is [...]
 
Book: A Wicked Deception by Margaret Tanner
A young woman undertakes a perilous journey from the Australian goldfields to the Yorkshire moors. In 1854, the Australian goldfields swirl with the heated danger and betrayal of the Eureka Stockade rebellion. At the center of this maelstrom is Melanie O'Dea, a woman with a price on her head and the authorities on her heels. Melanie accepts aid from a neighbor, The Honorable Michael Guilford, but [...]
 


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