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Book: Her Good Girl by Elaine Stock
Sometimes digging deep frees you to bloom. Sadie Tremont's will to survive is killing her. Almost 18, she's battled one mysterious illness after another. Tara-Lynn, her mom, insists she's the only one with the ultimate cure. Sadie can't depend on her dad to help when his only interest is underground caving. Her grandmother too easily counts on God to help, but Sadie has stopped waiting for [...]
 
Book: Imbroglio by Alana Woods
A maze of intrigue and danger. Lust. Love. Murder. Mayhem. International criminals. A nasty lawyer. An injured compromised heroine. A charismatic shady hero. Will any of them survive to leave the maze alive? Now click on Look Inside to see how it begins. And after you've read imbroglio leave a review to tell me how you liked it. I'd be thrilled to hear from you. Cheers, Alana
 
Book: Automaton by Alana Woods
A Bowie knife and a dead man. A 19 year old amnesiac the accused. Friends who say he's guilty. A lawyer trying to prove he isn't. And the victim's sons closing in like wolves. Now click on Look Inside to see how it begins. And after you've read automaton leave a review to tell me how you liked it. I'd be thrilled to hear from you. Cheers, Alana
 
Book: The Dragon Documentaries by J.D. Camacho
Dragons are one of the truths about him. What are the rest? Elmo Scrubb wanted perspective on his life. That's why he traveled into the wilderness. But he didn't expect to find dragons out there. Now, a reporter, armed with Elmo's wilderness tapes and with access to Elmo's closest family, will stop at nothing to discover what really happened in the wild - and whether Elmo found the perspective [...]
 
Book: It Doesn't Always Rain - A Collection of Literary Erotica by Tess Mackenize
Melissa is surprised when her boyfriend wants to watch her perform oral sex on other men. Naomi's boyfriend asks her to have a threesome with one of his friends. Bec moves back to her family farm in rural Australia, and is lonely and horny too, while Michelle moves to the suburbs, a long way from everyone she knows, and feels the same. Anna masturbates out of loneliness and boredom, and gets [...]
 
Book: Sliding Past Vertical by Laurie Boris
Sarah loves Boston. The feeling isn't mutual. After a run of bad luck, bad timing, and bad choices, the graphic artist scuttles back to the college town where best friend Emerson lives. She hopes the change of scene will change her fortune. Emerson, still in love with her, wonders if the move means something altogether different. But Sarah's hasty decisions often end in disaster. How long can he [...]
 
Book: ONE MORE NIGHT by Jessica Caryn
Samantha Clarke's life was perfect until her husband asked for a divorce. She was confused and hurt until she discovered his affair with his young assistant. Samantha needed a break from the heartache. She decided to take a cruise to the Bahamas with her best friend Amy. A night out in the ship's casino led to him, and Samantha was in trouble from the moment she blew on his dice. "Carter Kennedy [...]
 
Book: The Recluse Storyteller by Mark W. Sasse
The twins, beckoned by an ominous streak of light across the sky, climb Harper's Hill to encounter an apparition of their missing father. The reverend stands on a muddy ridge, the barrel of a rifle in his neck, looking down on a Vietnamese village, scarred by war and regret. The brash terrorist, Red Hat, desperately tries to walk away from life unscathed and unattached. The stories haunt Margaret [...]
 
Book: DAMAGED by Jessica Caryn
This is a Tainted novel but not part of the series.I recommend it be read after the series but can be read with minimal spoilers. ( Introduction of some characters from the Tainted series.)MAKENSIE WESTON- is an architect. Intelligent and shy. She escaped a deadly situation and leaves a bad for her ex behind in Philadelphia. She goes to Miami to on an extended vacation. She meets Mason Maddox and [...]
 
Book: Sculpting David by Chadi Nassar
"It is my favorite word, it is my favorite question. I always want to know why." David, a trust fund baby, has gone through the biggest heartbreak of his life. He is successful, spontaneous, and generally liked, yet he cannot hold onto his one true love. Trodding down a street one day, David is bumped on the shoulder. When he turns around, the individual is staring at him with the crispest blue [...]
 
Book: Shoe in the Road - A Boston Calbreth Novel by Sandra Bass Joines
A young woman's struggle to escape a controlling, cheating husband takes her on a terrifying journey into Hell - Tate's Hell Swamp. Reeling with humiliation and heartbreak after learning that her husband Charlie has slept with half the women in Mount Vernon, Kentucky, Boston Calbreth is on the run. She packs up her 1960 Coupe de Ville convertible, and with her grandmother's ashes in the passenger [...]
 
Book: Dreaming of Laughing Hawk by Linda Katmarian
Rated 5 out of 5 stars by Compulsion Reads. Find Dreaming of Laughing Hawk listed in the Compulsion Reads Endorsed Book Library at www.compulsionreads.com/books. Do you love a romantic suspense novel with complex characters, vivid scenes, and fast-paced dialog and action? A story you want to live in? In 1964 Elizabeth Leigh is looking forward to college, escape from her unhappy home, and the [...]
 
Book: A Religion Called Love by David Trock
This is a controversial story that raises questions about faith in modern society. When a young agnostic kindergarten teacher named Kathryn James is found dead in her home, an investigation begins to unearth the subcultures in her neighborhood, from atheists and secular humanists on one side to true believers at the opposite end of the religious spectrum. But was Kathryn's murder relevant to [...]
 
Book: Madness by Catherine Winters
Five Stars: "The tragedy of Madness is also the beauty of it " ~Natasha Jackson, Readers' Favorite - Madeleine Holbrook has decided she's done with men. Ian McLaren has decided he's ready for Madeleine. Jacob Turner hasn't decided anything. Among the rich and miserable of Denver, Madeleine's career as a professional mistress has been an open secret. But at the ripe age of twenty-seven - and after [...]
 
Book: Literary Agents - Beware by Johnny Ray
This is another romantic thriller from one of Amazon's bestselling mystery authors. This story of a serial killer that stalks and brutally kills literary agents is set inside the world of publishing, looking at it from both a writer's and publisher's point of view. Just asking, but after sleeping with a literary agent, shouldn't you receive more than a form rejection letter? It might also have [...]
 
Book: Looking Glass Friends by E. L. Neve
15-times award-winning love story (inspired by real letters) "This novel features an original and fascinating premise... Readers will be compelled to keep reading until the very end." ~ Booklife by Publishers Weekly. When our souls fall in love before our bodies meet... LOOKING GLASS FRIENDS is a story about finding your soul's reflection, the ideal person put on this earth just for you. But what [...]
 
Book: Black Cow by Magdalena Ball
Freya and James Archer live the high life in a luxury home in Sydney's poshest suburb, with money, matching Jags, two beautiful teenage kids and they couldn't be more despondent. James wakes weeping each morning, dreading the pressures of a long and grueling work day ahead, and Freya is struggling with her foundering real estate career. Global recession is biting in Australia, and the Archers are [...]
 
Book: No Perfect Secret by Jackie Weger
Anna Nesmith believes she has it all--a great marriage, a dream job and a home of her own. When an investigator begins asking questions, Anna's ordered world crashes like Jenga blocks. Frank Caburn is man to the bone and manufactures testosterone like Frito Lay does chips, which seems not to impress Anna one whit as she picks through the rubble of her shattered life. Attracted to Anna, Caburn [...]
 
Book: The importance of being Egret - “Something to tweet about” (Odd Reads Book 25) by B Pepinesq
" lying there defenceless, three-quarters dead clutching a single grey feather " Not just another short story about some station cloakroom goings on. Or something as ancient and grand as Moses in the bulrushes. More a simple anthropomorphism suitable as a short story for the 'cherry picking' series of Odd Reads for busy people, curious, off-beat, singular to zany, sometimes a challenge and often [...]
 
Book: A Divide Beyond Reason by Roger Emile Stouff
A story of three lives and the influences that molded them... Matt Bromley, Gordon Bredenbury and Casey Engleman were like brothers; they were born but a few weeks apart to parents who had known each other all their lives. As boys they were inseparable and adventurous; during the summer of 1936 they built a wooden rowboat, probed the secrets of a dark carnival and a mysterious Goat Boy, and were [...]
 
Book: Awake In The Mad World by Damon Ferrell Marbut
Pete Rattigan is a frustrated young newspaper journalist caught up in uncertainty of the post-graduate "real world". One night, one seemingly minor encounter sparks a philosophical journey which leads him to discover that in the most beautiful or even cruel moments of life, the power of friendship explains the power of the universe. And that perhaps there is no such thing as chance. With force, [...]
 
Book: Weatherhead by J.M. Hushour
Nine months after his wife's death, a man is abducted from his house by a band of violent thieves and taken to a nightmarish city called Weatherhead. There he falls under the dark attentions of the cruel, despotic ruler of the city: the wife he thought dead. This a love story between a person still living and a person still dead. It is also a hate story between the same, a violent story populated [...]
 
Book: M is for MEMORIES by Joan Fallon
With my latest novel, M IS FOR MEMORIES, I have moved away from historical themes to present day Marbella. As usual I am writing about women and in this case the story looks at two areas - one is old age and the problems (and also the freedoms) of growing old; the other is about domestic abuse and how difficult it was to report it to anyone back in the 1960s. For those of you old enough to [...]
 
Book: Simple Truth by Carol Bodensteiner
Simple Truth - Intertwined with risk, retaliation and reward It's the perfect job. Angela's ticket up the career ladder. Until she suspects her new client of exploiting immigrant workers. As Angela immerses herself in the company and the town, she is faced with challenges similar to the company's immigrant workers. How will she navigate a new system and succeed in the face of obstacles and [...]
 
Book: You, in Your Green Shirt by Barbara Monier
YOU, IN YOUR GREEN SHIRT, by Barbara Monier, follows a woman coming back to life after the disintegration of a twenty-plus year marriage. The book opens with Madeline Bruno and her family sitting around the dinner table as husband Dick recounts his fascination with a new female employee. Within a few quick, jabbing lines, 14-year-old son Jack accuses his father of being "involved" with her, [...]
 
Book: Half a Dozen Star Jumps by Helen J. Beal
A woodpecker who creates sculptures for the opera singer he adores, a sculpture that collects the thoughts of the people who touch him, ghosts of owls that portent death in the castle, a secret night-time visitor finding his own way to say goodbye, mobile phones that metamorphosize into fruit on the strike of midnight and help stitch a marriage back together and the last survivors on earth - on [...]
 
Book: Consequences by Martha Kennerson
Kristine is beautiful, smart, driven, and all set to have everything she wants in life. That is, until an ill-fated encounter alters the path she's chosen in such a way that she's forced to make the kind of life-altering decisions no woman should ever have to face. While waking up naked in a strange bed with a couple she barely knew wasn't Kristine's choice, how she deals with the consequences of [...]
 
Book: THE LAST ENCORE by Julia Butler
Can you handle the truth behind a timeless taboo? "The Last Encore" (Adult Literary Fiction) is a tale of unspeakable passion, excruciating pain and heartwarming hope. A sophisticated contemporary romance laced with mysterious interconnections of love, conspiracy, and fate. Inspired by true events, this controversial novel explores a fascinating psychological phenomenon which has been kept secret [...]
 
Book: You Won't Remember This by Kate Blackwell
The twelve stories in Kate Blackwell's debut collection illuminate the lives of men and women who appear as unremarkable as your next-door-neighbor until their lives explode quietly on the page. Her wry, often darkly funny voice describes the repressed underside of a range of middle-class characters living in the South. Blackwell's focus is elemental on marriage, birth, death, and the [...]
 
Book: Trompe-l'oeil by Russell Bittner
If E. L. James (of Fifty Shades fame) was in any way a disappointment to you as a reader, Trompe-l'oeil may be a suitable antidote -- maybe even an elixir. Its author, Russell Bittner, finished this book in 2004 -- years before the Fifty Shades trilogy was born. It is not the product of fan fiction or of any such collaborative effort; it is the author's own work -- start to finish--conceived, [...]
 
Book: WILLOW by Jessica Caryn
Contemporary Romance Willow was a great mom. She was a good wife. Her husband and son died in a car accident. Willow suffers with guilt and grief from her son's death. A year later she continues to mourn but is determined to start over. She decides her fresh start will be at a cute little rented cottage in Maryland. The drive there was uneventful until a bad storm happens. Her car breaks down on [...]
 
Book: The Age of Water by Sean Craft
Handsome, clever, if not yet rich, Philip Clarke finds himself drawn by the cool beauty of Mei Li, lawyer and colleague, yet at the same time is unable to relinquish his weekly visit to the near-by shanty-town and the waiting arms of the fishing village woman who offers exquisite and unexpected pleasure. His simple ambition is to continue to enjoy the heady gratifications of both, without undue [...]
 
Book: Wisdom of Fools - Stories of Extraordinary Lives by Phil Harvey
Phil Harvey's dramatic short stories have received high praise, winning the Antietam Review award, as well as being nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His fiction has appeared alongside some of the best contemporary short story writers in over a dozen literary magazines, including Phantasmagoria, The MacGuffin, Natural Bridge, and the Dos Passos Review. His first novel, Show Time, was hailed as "a [...]
 
Book: Ctrl-Alt-Delete by Dave Lewis
THIS CRIME THRILLER WILL KEEP YOU TURNING THE PAGES UNTIL THE FINAL LINE! One of the most authentic British crime thrillers you will read. A real rollercoaster ride that introduces the story of Welsh serial killer Hagar. Ctrl-Alt-Delete is the first book in the series. An edge-of-your-seat crime thriller starts with a kidnapping and psychological torture scene. When beautiful Jenny Morris uses [...]
 
Book: Goodbye, Hello - A Silver Years Romance by Allyson R. Abbott
Goodbye, Hello; It's never too late to start again - A #1 Bestselling Book - Linda realizes that over the years she has changed to be like the woman her deceased husband, Martin, wanted. Her wardrobe and hair style were not the way she use to dress or look and instead he'd changed her into a mini me version of his mother. A woman who treated her badly. And she tells her husband's ashes that's [...]
 
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