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Book: 'Til Death Do Us Part by Jan Sikes
Veteran Texas musician, Luke Stone, has cheated death more times then he cares to remember. He's been everything from a simple farm boy to a rowdy roughneck, a singing star to a convict and finally a husband and father whose goals consisted of building a home and raising a family...which he did. Now, with a chance for a second music career, he knows the sand in his hourglass is running thin. His [...]
 
Book: The Intrepid Golfer - A Story about Loss, Love, and Overcoming the Odds by K. D. Anderson
This is an uplifting story about loss, overcoming adversity, and the triumph of the human spirit. Kenji Watanabe is struck by lightening on a golf course in Hawaii. In the aftermath of this horrendous incident, he discovers that by some miracle he has become a perfect golfer, every shot straight and true. As a result of a near-death experience Kenji commits to using his new golf gift to help [...]
 
Book: Memoir of A Royal Consort (Queens of Terrebonne Book 1) by Ebony Edwards-Ellis
When Captain Catherine Halsey returns from her deployment to Iraq, she is a wreck--physically and emotionally. Suffering from PTSD and from a partial foot amputation, Catherine lives out a lonely existence on the island of Terrebonne, a small island kingdom off the coast of Naples, Italy. Commissioned to write a memoir detailing her experiences in the war, Catherine instead offers up a searing [...]
 
Book: Hold Still the Sky - the complete story by Cameron McVey
Worldwide eruptions have clouded Earth's atmosphere. The remnants of humankind live inside domed cities. Biomass guidelines strictly regulate births, copulation and food rations. Amputation of "unnecessary limbs" is viewed as a noble sacrifice. Power is generated by massive solar energy-collecting sails. Hangers are those chosen to maintain the sails at great risk to life and limb. This is the [...]
 
Book: Damned Yankee - The Story of a Marriage (The Civil War in South Carolina's Low Country Book 5) by Carolyn P. Schriber
These are the people you don't read about in history books. A Harvard-educated New Englander. He was welcomed as a teacher by a school for apprentices in Charleston, South Carolina. But when his history lessons about the founding of America clashed with the pro-secession rhetoric of local slave-owners, he was out of a job. Can he find a way to reconcile his abolitionist sentiments with the [...]
 


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