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Book: Drawing Breath by Laurie Boris
Art teacher Daniel Benedetto has cystic fibrosis. At thirty-four, he's already outlived his doctor's "expiration date," but that doesn't stop him from giving all he can to his students and his work. When he takes on Caitlin, his landlady's daughter, as a private student, the teen painter watches in torment as other people, especially women, treat Daniel like a freak because of his condition. To [...]
 
Book: From Where I See by Ajay Yadav
There are 2 types of people in this world. First, who are sensitive to their own needs and own desires; their life revolves around 'me' only. Second, who are sensitive to the needs of others; their concern is 'we', we as a society, as a country, as a world and most importantly as humans. Unfortunately! I belong to the second category. Injustice, human exploitation, dishonesty and lawlessness had [...]
 
Book: Amethyst of Youth (Forbidden Conflicts Book 1) by Ann M. Pratley
The youngest member of the Stonewarden family, Charlotte (Charlie), is 18 years old. As with everyone in her family when they reach that age, she's been told that when she turns 19, she'll be recruited into the family business. She has her warning that she has one year to do anything else she wishes to do - travel, study, work. Whatever she wants to do, she has 365 days to do it. On her next [...]
 
Book: Ruby of Law (Forbidden Conflicts Book 2) by Ann M. Pratley
For generations the Leadbetters have lived off crime. For as long as any of them know, fathers and mothers have taught sons and daughters how to succeed in the criminal world, primarily through theft. Phillip Leadbetter is 29 and has devoted his whole life so far to doing what his father and mother have told him to do. The sacrifice for doing that is that he still lives at home and he hasn't yet [...]
 
Book: Counterstrike - A Novel by John Groh
Counterstrike. In 1995 two brothers are hard at work developing real estate in Phoenix, far removed from danger. Spencer, the older, is first among equals until his younger brother Boyce suffers a deep loss when his wife dies in the horrific accident. Boyce suspects Spencer's involvement, and that ignites personal and professional backstabbing in which each tries to unhinge and outwit the other. [...]
 
Book: The Golden Thread by Monica Carly
Two sisters, Claudia and Maria, grow up as happy playmates and the best of friends. Claudia, the elder by three years, is protective of her sibling, whose fun-loving ways often lead her into trouble. When their mother dies, Maria feels secure in the knowledge that Claudia is there to help and guide her. Both sisters are confident that nothing can shatter their close relationship. Until, that is, [...]
 
Book: Unwanted Gift by Becky Ayers
Unwanted Gift is a paranormal novel about 16 year old Cammy Dawson, who comes into her gift of "sensitivity" and isn't happy about it. Cammy has a very hard time dealing with hearing voices and seeing dark shadows in her home, but to make things worse, her younger sister Tara thinks she is being ridiculous and harasses Cammy about it. Cammy eventually tries everything she can from ghost hunting [...]
 
Book: Single Status by Linda Swift
B.J. and Dana, through a stateside headquarters error, find themselves sharing a villa when they come to start up a St. Croix power plant. The job is single status, which suits them in every way. B.J. is still smarting from the end of her ten year marriage and Dana carries hurt and guilt for the death of his wife and young son in a plane crash. When B.J. becomes the scapegoat for everything that [...]
 
Book: Oh How I Love You by Mary Rincon
A Loving Story About How A Daughter was Taken from her Mother Forced to live with her father ,This sweet little girl was with no understanding that life sometimes has to make choices for you ,Was her Mother Bad ?Was her Father Wrong?Or is it that Divorce is a struggle and the Children hurt ,Do we all hurt ?I am sure we all do.This Story will help open your eyes with the understanding lifes [...]
 
Book: The Crisis of Authority - Workforce Tensions by Myrah Tshabalala
The public service in South Africa faces an enormous challenge in improving service delivery not only to meet the citizens' expectations but to ensure quality life for the nation. The urgent need exists to establish what went wrong and how can the situation be turned around. The book established the root causes and the link between two key challenges identified by the government; management [...]
 
Book: In My Sister's Shadow by Tiana Laveen
WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Mark, a multi-talented, attractive, half-Colombian is a Miami transplant. Living in Louisiana for the past five years, he has built a reputation as one of the best funeral directors in all of Shreveport. Bijou Jacobs, a beautiful African-American and Creole woman steps [...]
 
Book: Curly and Tubs and the Galloping Rot by Kim Montgomery
Two young brothers, Curly and Tubs, own a set of encyclopaedias called 'The World of Knowledge'. An accident, involving spilt tea, threatens to damage volume 5, Nature. The Council, guardians of The World of Knowledge, decide that the damage would be too great if they wait until the boys realise what has happened, and transport Curly and Tubs from Reader World into The Land of Nature, to do [...]
 
Book: Phoenix Fire by Billy Ray Chitwood
A Phoenix, Arizona entrepreneur and an ad agency director fall in love in a most unusual way. Their relationship is interrupted by sibling clashes, a gambling addiction, a murder, and a matriarch's secret that ultimately causes emotional chaos and disorientation. This is a book that will draw the reader into the story and compel them to stay glued until the end. The gripping climax to PHOENIX [...]
 
Book: A Heat Of The Moment Thing by Maggie Le Page
Becky Jordan has had it with relationships. From now on her time and dedication won't be lavished on her latest Mr. Wrong or, worse, Mr. Hell-No! just the dream travel job which has unexpectedly leapt into her lap. Finally, life is looking great. Unfortunately, not as great as her sizzling-hot, take-charge new boss. Matt Frobisher is everything she doesn't want him to be, but if anyone thinks [...]
 
Book: Billy and the Ear Elves by Ayala Saar
Teaches your kids the value of PATIENCE! Billy really loves eating ice cream! He likes it a little too much! One afternoon he politely asked his mother for an ice cream scoop. He waited that his mom would say all right , but his mom told him to eat an apple instead! Billy didn't like her answer one bit. He was willing to do just about anything to get it. He was so angry that he forgot all about [...]
 
Book: On the Way to Everywhere - A Novel by Kirsten B. Feldman
Though she's nicknamed for the magical Harry Potter, six-foot, dreadlocked Harry Kavanaugh doesn't find any wonder in her daily life at an exclusive girls' school outside of Washington, DC. In fact she wants nothing more than to chuck her lot and enter the wilds of public school too bad she didn't reckon on a trip to the hospital, a runaway, and a renegade or three, which just might show her a [...]
 
Book: A Far Journey - A young girl's coming of age story by Ruth Ramsey
"Grief is a far country that we visit for a while when our loved ones go home. Sometimes our visit is a long one, and we have a hard time finding our way back. When we do, we carry the memories, not as a burden, but as a treasure." When fourteen-year-old Anne Marie Gibson loses her mother and her father remarries soon after, Annie finds that the journey back from that far country a journey [...]
 
Book: Religion in World Affairs - America and the World Crises by Timothy P. Ngwana
As humanity faces frustrating crises, disasters and religious conflicts, it is high time we sort out the root cause of these troubles. This is what I have done. In 2007, I published this book. Some predictions I made then is now manifesting and many more will soon manifest. Examples are the collapse of the financial system, collapse and rising of some nations and governments, the instability of [...]
 
Book: Punahou Blues by Kirby Wright
Growing up in Honolulu isn't all it's cracked up to be for Jeffrey Gill. After he gets into prestigious Punahou School, his rite of passage includes losing the babe of his dreams to a creep, surviving Killahaole Day, and getting pushed around by the school bully. In the world of academics, Jeff knows he's hardly Stanford material. Uncle Sharkey teaches Jeff the sweet science and he beefs his arch [...]
 
Book: Bayward Heart (Cascade Brides Series) by Bonnie Blythe
The Three Sisters Mountains are part of the Cascade Mountain Range near the town of Sisters, Oregon. The peaks were named Faith, Hope, and Charity by early settlers. In Oregon Cascade Brides, three estranged siblings named for the mountains, each in the far-flung reaches of the state, are drawn back to their childhood home by men who ultimately make the sisters realize what they have in each [...]
 
Book: Send a White Rose by Mary C. Findley
Shattered by an assassin's attack, Bart Durant's got no stomach to face a mail order mistake. New Mexico federal judge Bart Durant can solve everyone's problems but his own. Left to die and forced to depend on others for the smallest things, he prepares to step down and step away from a woman who crossed the country just to meet him. He never considers that she'll wait as long as it takes to [...]
 
Book: Hey, Little Sister by Karin Cox
Zac is very excited to be getting a new little sister. But how will she arrive exactly? And will he like her after all? Designed for parents to help initiate conversation about pregnancy, birth and the arrival of a new sibling, this engaging, beautifully illustrated picture book by Australian author Karin Cox raises some likely questions from young children while still allowing parents to decide [...]
 
Book: Dreaming of a Father's Love - A Tale From the Ohio Valley by Sharon A. Lavy
Dysfunctional Families? Family Secrets? Not in Our Church! How many times do we think it can't happen to us? Whatever "it" is. We often go into deep denial. And truthfully, i n the rich backdrop of the farming cradle in the Ohio Valley, a peaceful lifestyle seems possible. Highly likely even. At least on the surface. It's 1973, and you can feel the tension of the women's liberation movement, that [...]
 
Book: I Will Always Love You (FULL BOOK) by Annette Evans
Having grown up in her sister's shadow, Melissa Newman graduates high school and travels alone to Germany to visit family. While there, she meets Stefan Koehler and, after a whirlwind romance, they plan on marrying in two years. Melissa returns home to Chicago weeks later and is coerced by her family into breaking all ties with Stefan. She marries another man on the rebound and quickly realizes [...]
 
Book: Don't Tell Anyone by Laurie Boris
Winner, The Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Books Award for Literary Fiction and B.R.A.G. medallion honoree. Liza's mother-in-law once called her a godless hippie raised by wolves. Now, after five years of marriage to her elder son, five years of disapproval and spite, the family accidentally learns that Estelle has a fatal illness. And Estelle comes to her with an impossible request. A horrified [...]
 
Book: The Bible Confronts the Bible - A God of Compassion and Peace Emerges by Gray Fitzgerald
THE BIBLE IS TRUE --- AND CONTRADICTORY Those of us following Jesus know that the Bible is our guide to God and to life. Without it, we are lost. However, at some level, many of us also know that not all of the Bible is holy and not all of it is the word of God. Probably though, we can't articulate how both of these realities are true. For example, how is our faith one of peace when much of the [...]
 
Book: The Old Man and Me Book 2 - Things I Didn't Get to Tell You the First Time by R. C. Larlham
The Old Man and Me - Stories I Didn't Get to Tell You the First Time continues the story of the author's early life through the 1960s. It overlaps the first book, filling gaps among his original adventures. Ride along on a humpback bridge "jump" in a hot rod and take a Senior Class Trip to Washington, D.C. Experience life as a farm boy trying to make his way in an exclusive small college, where a [...]
 
Book: A Favorite Son by Uvi Poznansky
In this plot of mistaken identity, Becky instructs her son to cheat his elderly father Isaac, who is lying on his deathbed. Will Jacob pretend to be that which he is not? Is he ready for the last moment he is going to have with his father? This is a modern twist on a very old story. It is so much more than a morality tale. Do you find sibling rivalry in adults intriguing? Are you troubled by the [...]
 
Book: Stream Liner of the Lost Souls (Stream Liner Series) by Paul Leslie Griffiths
In the town of Littleworth Shannon is desperate to take herself and her only brother away from the drugs and gangs that have overrun the town. With the law enforcement making the area a 'no go zone', the corruption is rife. With one of her brothers and both parents dead, she has no intention of losing the only sibling she has left. Unfortunately for her, her brother has no intention of leaving. [...]
 
Book: The Pizza Dough King by Sandy Graham
This book started as a writing assignment in a creative writing class; namely, to write about 5,00 words on an escape from an institution. That led me to think about what might have happened in the man's life to bring him to this predicament near its end. It blossomed from there into twelve integrated segments of Dino Parelli's life from high school to death. He, Ellie Sampson and an ex-marine he [...]
 


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