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Book: Married in the Nick of Nine by Alretha Thomas
Cassandra Whitmore is facing yet another Valentine's Day alone. Her love life is as dry as the Sharpie pen she uses to mark an even more dreadful day on her calendar her upcoming 30th birthday. Driven by the maddening ticking of her biological clock, Cassandra is determined to meet, fall in love with, and marry "The One" within nine months. When Cassandra accompanies her cousin to a night club, [...]
 
Book: The Clock Flower (THE F.I.G. MYSTERIES Book 3) by Barbara Casey
Dara Roux, abandoned when she was seven years old by her mother. Exceptionally gifted in foreign languages. Orphan. Accepted to Yale University. Mackenzie Yarborough, no record of her parents or where she was born. Exceptionally gifted in math and problem-solving. Orphan. Accepted to MIT. Jennifer Torres, both parents killed in an accident when she was sixteen. Exceptionally gifted in music and [...]
 
Book: Grist Vergette's Curious Clock - The Great Adventure is About to Begin... by David Carter
Johnny Vergette is repairing an old motorbike in the garage when his mother calls him into the house. Grist Vergette, his grandfather, passed away a few weeks before, and Johnny's inheritance has just arrived. It's a key. The key to Grist's old garden shed down on the allotments. Johnny goes outside where he meets Seri, the German neighbour's daughter, and the two of them set off - in the [...]
 
Book: Flamenco Baby by Cherry Radford
Musician and dance enthusiast Yolande has just finished with yet another faithless boyfriend, even though her body clock is ticking wildly and she longs for a child. However much gay best friend and ideal man Jeremy adores her, he refuses to be the father. Should she relent and take back her repentant ex? Conceive with a sperm donor? She has become entranced by flamenco, music of the outcasts - [...]
 
Book: The Blackpox Threat by Rene Natan
A deadly virus is on its way to Canada. This alarming news reaches the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) via the Ukrainian Embassy in Ottawa. The only information they have are the virus's source - a dismantled lab in the Carpathian Mountains and the suspected shipping company, Ship Me Safely. CSIS asks Tamara Smith, the daughter of murdered political refugees, to become a mole inside [...]
 
Book: Intricate Intentions by Jennifer Rayes
Blow after blow has tried to knock her down, but Gaia is determined to fight till the end. Now Queen of Ica, the tables have turned. The hunter becomes the hunted as the balance of justice is forced to shift. As her name and actions begin to spread across the kingdoms, she sets out to wage war against the corrupt, and be the voice of the oppressed. Is her will strong enough to withstand? Or will [...]
 
Book: Deadly Deception (Joshua Miller Series Book 1) by Wayne Lincourt
What would you do if the person you're falling for was kidnapped before your eyes. Jim Barnes is about to find out - In the seemingly peaceful Central American country of Panama, an international terrorist organization is plotting to destroy America. Two Americans on holiday, a beautiful woman working as a biological researcher in Maryland, and a former combat pilot and businessman from Texas, [...]
 
Book: Welcome To The Madhouse by S. E. Sasaki
In space, medicine can be murder... Grace Lord, combat surgeon in training, has just landed her dream job aboard a medical space station. Attacked by a powerful gorilla-enhanced combat soldier the moment she steps onto the station, she quickly realizes this assignment will be far from typical. She treats the wounded space marines of the Conglomerate under the watchful eyes of stalking androids [...]
 
Book: The Dandelion Clock - A wish to end all wishes. The war to end all wars. by Rebecca Bryn
Families torn apart by the Great War. When war is declared in August 1914, Bill, a farm boy brought up in a village on the Duke of Buccleuch's Northamptonshire estate, is plucking up his courage to ask his sweetheart, Florrie, to marry him. Florrie has given up her dream of being a dancer to bring up her siblings and protect them from their violent and abusive widowed father. For her, marriage to [...]
 
Book: Revealing Eden - Save the Pearls Part One by Victoria Foyt
Eden Newman must mate before her 18th birthday in six months or she'll be left outside to die in a burning world. But who will pick up her mate-option when she's cursed with white skin and a tragically low mate-rate of 15%? In a post-apocalyptic, totalitarian, underground world where class and beauty are defined by resistance to an overheated environment, Eden's coloring brands her as a member of [...]
 
Book: Awakening Hope. A Developmental, Behavioral, Biological Approach to Codependency Treatment by Mary Crocker Cook
New Evolution in Codependency Treatment Awakening Hope is the outcome of over 20 years of experience as a licensed therapist and college instructor combined with a devastating personal loss. Extensive knowledge and training in relationships didn't protect Mary from her own relationship mistake, and she was catapulted by pain into the research and development of a program to heal long-standing [...]
 
Book: Comes The Awakening by C. K. Phillips
Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction . . . and more explosive! Author/educator Phil Kent is trying to finish his latest novel in a secluded area in Nova Scotia. Kent and his wife love the setting: peaceful, idyllic, perfect . . . . . . Until it was not! A body found on the shore; a gold coin discovered nearby. Elements similar to his stories, Kent's natural curiosity and thirst for adventure [...]
 
Book: Death Rides the River - A Joshua Miller Aventure (Joshua Miller Series Book 2) by Wayne Lincourt
There are strange places in the world where reality is not quite what it seems. The Orinoco River Valley of South America is one such place. Straddling the oldest geological formation on Earth, it is an ancient and mysterious land inhabited by a fierce tribe called the Yanomami. These shamanistic people travel in the spirit world to confer with their mystical guides. The spirits tell them where [...]
 
Book: The Biology of Consciousness - Case Studies in Kundalini by JJ Semple
Kundalini is a biological actuality, a primordial energy in every human being, capable of modifying DNA in a single lifetime. Nevertheless, many people are confused by its real nature, so we must define it accurately, starting with what it is not. It is neither a supernatural cult, nor a religion, nor a sect. You can't be "converted" to Kundalini any more than you can be converted to a heart [...]
 
Book: Mr. February (Heroes of Rogue Valley - Calendar Guys Book 2) by Ann Roth
This is book two of my Heroes of Rogue Valley: Calendar Guys. Twelve months, 12 gorgeous firefighter heroes and the women who steal into their hearts and forever change their lives. Coming up with a title for each book was easy I used the calendar month each firefighter was featured. Be aware though, that the stories seldom correspond to the month each man is featured. If you read about Mr. [...]
 
Book: 77 Outrageously Effective Anti-Aging Tips & Secrets by Amy Waldow
Includes FREE Bonus! 30 Outrageously Awesome Natural Beauty Tips! Did you know that we control over 70% of how well we age and how long we live? The remaining 30% is controlled by our genetics. The good news is... there are simple, yet very effective, and extremely powerful steps you can take every day to delay the natural aging process. If your goal is to be sharp minded, active, and robust into [...]
 
Book: Planet Poultry by Angela Gascoigne
Planet Poultry tells the story of five friends who work together in a chicken processing factory in the North East of England. Each of them is struggling with their own personal dilemas but living in the hope that things can only get better. One day, something monumental happens that changes their lives forever... In this gritty story, we come face to face with real-life issues such as: domestic [...]
 
Book: Four Uncles and a Wedding by Emma Carlyle
TARA First Impressions Award finalist - Polly Faith Harmony is the ultimate ecumenical love child. Born to former hippies turned millionaire entrepreneurs, she's one part Jewish, one part Catholic, one part Episcopalian, and one part Unitarian hence her name. Could have been worse. Her Flower Power parents might have named her Polly Esther. Aside from her joke of a name, her great-uncles, one [...]
 
Book: Fairy Tales from the Land of Law by Jerri Blair
Short stories based on real life situations I encountered in the courtroom. I was known for thinking out of the box when it came to children's issues. It was my contention that the bond of love between child and adult is protected by the constitution. Obviously, the DNA that is what makes the biological relationship so unique is an important factor to consider in deciding the proper residence of [...]
 
Book: Goody Two Shoes (Invertary Book 2) by janet elizabeth henderson
Take one American singer who doesn't believe in falling in love... Josh McInnes' biological clock is ticking and he wants to get married now. After 20 years singing soppy love songs, he knows that there is no such thing as romantic love. There's only hormones and lust. At thirty-five, he's tired of his playboy lifestyle. He wants a wife who isn't interested in fame, money, or romance. A sensible [...]
 
Book: 4 Hours - An Apocalyptic Horror Novella (Ferine Apocalypse) by John F Leonard
City Flu sweeps the globe. Swift, virulent, devastating. Beneath Whitehall, a few of the immune gather in a government bunker. Something worse than pandemic is taking place above their heads. Two men are sent to investigate ... Pearcey is a veteran. Cynical and smart. Fear is an old friend. Horror is nothing new. But this is fear and horror of a different order. It may well be an apocalyptic [...]
 
Book: Coalescence (Camden Investigations Book 1) by Gary Starta
Iris Camden thought she knew who her family was even if they weren't always forthcoming. Her half sister is a medium reeling from the loss of her biological mother. Her estranged father is an obsessed government worker who cannot reveal what he does. When an artifact appears in a ghost hunting expedition, Iris is the last person who wants to believe in aliens.
 
Book: A Mom - What is an Adoptive Mother? by Betsy & Carolyn Wilhelm
What is a mother? A mother is the same whether children are adopted or biological. In this story, the child has been adopted. It is written from the viewpoint of the child to help explain mother is the same in any family. Mom helps check under the bed for monsters, reads books, and watches movies with the girl. She does the same things every mother does. Visually, the images show a white mother [...]
 
Book: A Double Life - Discovering Motherhood by Lisa Catherine Harper
There is no denying it: motherhood splits a woman's life forever, into a before and an after. To this doubled life Lisa Catherine Harper brings a wealth of feeling and a wry sense of humor, a will to understand the emotional and biological transformations that motherhood entails, and a narrative gift that any reader will enjoy. Harper documents her own journey across this great divide as a [...]
 
Book: Bridge Over Time by Brenda Hiatt
A switch in time! Kathryn Monroe, busy activist and socialite, humors her mother by agreeing to attend her costume ball at the ancestral mansion in South Carolina. What she doesn't admit, even to herself, is that she actually looks forward to a break from the frenetic pace of her increasingly shallow lifestyle. She gets much more of a break than she anticipated when she passes the grandfather [...]
 
Book: The Granny Monologue - - aging ain't the same as dead! by Cindi Walton
When an accident lands you in a nursing home to recover and suddenly others view you as "OLD" do you sit back and take it? Hell No! Follow the humorous rant of a sixty year old woman who refuses to call herself old! Between granny panties and housecoats, she learns the truth about life's ticking clock...aging ain't the same as dead!
 
Book: The Man Who Never Was by Olga Núñez Miret
The protagonist, Jesus, is ugly. Extraordinarily ugly. He is so ugly that his friends and relatives are convinced that behind that ugliness there must be something else. A malefic power or possibly a momentous fate. The truth is that fairly special things happen wherever Jesus is. His biological father is a mystery. His sister (half-sister) is a child-prodigy who excels at everything she does, [...]
 
Book: A Hard Man to Love (Hawthorne Family Book 2) by Delaney Diamond
Hating him is easy. Loving him is hard. Derrick Hoffman never quite got over not having a relationship with his biological father. The woman he was seeing is pregnant, and there's no way he's going to let her raise his child without him even if it means coercing her into marriage. Eva Jacob made the mistake of falling in love with Derrick, a man she knows is incapable of love. After their [...]
 
Book: Maxwell Lydic - The Saratoga Project by Micky Livingston
This is the second book of the Maxwell Lydic Series. The Saratoga Project encapsulates two adventures that Maxwell Lydic is about to venture into. The first is Maxwell's discovery that he is now the sole heir to his biological fathers trust. Max inherits over 10 million dollars and a Bed N Breakfast that has secrets inside the walls of the old mansion. The second adventure leads Max to his old [...]
 
Book: Monsters by Peter Cawdron
Monsters explores the importance of reading against the backdrop of dystopia. The fallout from a passing comet contains a biological pathogen, not a virus or a living organism, just a collection of amino acids, but these cause animals to revert to the age of the megafauna, when monsters roamed Earth. Bruce Dobson is a reader. With the fall of civilization, reading has become outlawed. [...]
 


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