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  • Michael Callahan

    Betty Jane Welch reluctantly enters the Miss Delaware contest to make her mother happy and, surprisingly, finds herself to be the judges' choice. Just like that, she's catapulted into the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. Her pageant-approved escort for the week is the dashing, mercurial Griffin McAllister, and she falls for him hard. But when she unexpectedly wins the crown, she finds she may lose what she wants most: Griff. In order to protect his darkest secret, Griff must run, so Betty recklessly agrees to run, too. With the cops and a scrappy reporter in pursuit, the chase begins, taking them from the carnival of the Boardwalk to the streets of Manhattan and a cliffside mansion more

  • Alan Jacobson

    Jasmine Marcks was a teenager when she discovered her father was a killer. First, there was the strip of bloody duct tape; then, the bloodstain on his shirt; and finally, the long nights away from home that always coincided with gruesome deaths. Roscoe Lee Marcks killed fourteen people before he was finally put behind bars-but, as renowned FBI agent Karen Vail soon learns, Marcks's reign of terror isn't over yet. After writing a book about growing up as the child of a serial killer, Jasmine receives a letter-a single sheet of paper mailed from the maximum-security prison Marcks now calls home. The page hides a threatening message from a father who wants vengeance against the daughter more

  • Justine Avery

    It's a day just like any other day... until something utterly unfamiliar suddenly lands in your back yard.Susan is the epitome of the happy housewife, contentedly conducting her daily ritual of cleaning her home and keeping everything just as it should be. Wrapped up in her own little world within those familiar walls, she hardly notices the altogether different arrival in her own back yard.She may ignore the sudden shaking beneath her slippered feet, she might even neglect to spot the conspicuous sight itself-but she can't evade the stench.Something's wrong. Very wrong. And Susan's incapable of determining just what to do about the uninvited eyesore in her back yard.Turning to her more

  • Sandi K. Whipple

     Lilly decides marrying David would be a mistake and breaks her engagement. She leaves New York and finds comfort and new love with Glenn, believing all her dreams have come true. But when her ex catches up with her leaving her bruised and frightened, what he plans for her, well... those things were never in more

  • Dean R. Blanchard

    A father struggles to tell his long-lost daughter that he is not a predatory sexual molester. A promising ring becomes the symbol of a boy's love for a girl he thought he knew. A son stands by his dying mother, and in return, she helps him to make peace withj his adopted father. A mother attempts to help her daughter deal with an emotioanlly crippled Vietnam vet, who happens to also be her father. A wife senses her husband's sexuality after an encounter with a gay man in a more

  • Gabriella West

    Most of us have heard of ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), so why is it so common for women not to be diagnosed until they are in midlife? While boys manifest their ADHD in hyperactive behaviors, female sufferers tend to internalize their symptoms, contending with anxiety, depression, demoralization, and self-esteem issues. Because of this, a woman's diagnosis often comes later on, with the realization that she is just not coping with life, work, and relationships as well as she should be. She's not meeting anyone's expectations, certainly not her own. So much has been discovered in the last ten years about ADHD in girls and women, but a lot of it's still not commonly more

  • Terry Lynn Thomas

    Sarah Bennett has two secrets: she sees ghosts, and she is in love with a spy. When Sarah takes a job with occult expert Dr Matthew Geisler, he promises to help her understand the sorrowful spirit that seems to have attached itself to her. As Sarah struggles to cope with the ghostly presence, she runs into Zeke, the man who left her six months earlier and is recovering from injuries suffered in an alleged accident. But Zeke has secrets of his own, and when an attempt is made on Geisler’s life, Sarah finds herself caught in a struggle between the living and the dead. Unsure who she can trust, Sarah must solve the mystery of the soul determined more

  • Terry Lynn Thomas

    Family secrets won’t always stay buried… December 1937. When Zeke’s sister-in-law Rachel Caen was found dead on Christmas Eve, her family assumed that she had taken her own life. Now five years later, one of the emeralds that Rachel was wearing at the time of her death is discovered at a stonecutter’s house in Portland, Oregon. With his brother Simon under suspicion for Rachel’s murder and stealing the emeralds, Zeke and detective Sarah are under pressure to clear his name. But with troubles of their own and in need of a place to hide, the duo return to Zeke’s hometown where a spiritual force helps Sarah more

  • E. Bowser

    Taria Cross and LaToya Grey are in their final-year at Morrison State University. Taria is working hard to achieve the career in investigative journalism that she's always wanted, while Latoya is an aspiring fashion photographer. On the surface, they seem like nothing more than your typical twenty-two-year-olds - balancing college work, social circles and their plans for the future. Their love lives were going well, too. Taria had Michael, and LaToya had Quinn. Everything was as normal as could be... until Taria's missing person's investigation leads them to uncover something mysterious involving Michael and Quinn. Suddenly, Taria and LaToya find themselves embroiled in a world more

  • Danielle Harel

    Learn to Deepen your Sexual Intimacy with This Relationship Workbook for Couples Ease that first step into true intimacy: You've bought the feathers, the candles, the sex toys. You may have even gone to sex therapy for couples, and learned some communication tools. But if that first step to creating real and lasting change still feels like a mystery, Making Love Real is the book that will help you overcome your blocks and lead you to lasting marriage and a life of deep sexual intimacy. Take your relationship to the next level: Offering an in-depth understanding of sexual desire and relationship dynamics, this book gives you a highly practical set of tools to help you create the more

  • Linda Mooney

    The body was not hers, and there was the possibility her life could be in jeopardy. Not feeling well, Nadia Logermeyer, a twenty-eight-year-old dental assistant living in New York City, lies down to rest, only to wake up in the Houston, Texas. In someone else's body. With someone else's name. And with someone else's husband. She has no idea how or why she's now Ehrynn Rose, or why Ehrynn tried to take her own life. All she knows is that as soon as she's able, she needs to return to NYC to find out what happened to her own body.   But that's not the worst of it. She's falling in love with Nash Rose, Ehrynn's husband. Unfortunately, the couple are in the midst of more

  • Romalyn Tilghman

    Overcoming widespread devastation from a recent tornado, opposition from their husbands, and attacks from the Religious Righteous, the No Guilt Quilters join forces to build a cultural center on the Plains. Led by Angelina, Traci, and Gayle, who tell the story, and inspired by their foremothers who build fifty-nine Carnegie libraries in Kansas a century ago, the women forge ahead to create a space that is both safe and inspiring -- proving that New Hope is more than the name of more

  • Rob Taylor

    With fifty new, original poems, Northern Moons emerges as a continuum to Rob Taylor’s previous books. The spiritually-based essence of Taylor’s poetry speaks to the layers of consciousness that compose our soul. Each line is constructed (regardless of content or perceived context) as an inspiration for the reader to engage in a mindfulness approach to understanding the dynamics and worth of human influence across the spectrum of creation. The outcome of that effort is a greater capacity for love of each other and eventually more

  • Viola Grace

    Teaching the visitors about the holiday stars is fun until a man who burns brighter than the sun enters Vixen’s orbit.     Vixen chooses life with astronomy, and she ends up as an educator and a researcher for a tiny observatory struggling to make ends meet. When Vi arrives, she makes an impression and takes over most of the day-to-day operations, which is fine until an elf comes calling. Xander has been sent to bring Vixen home, but he doesn’t know how he will go about convincing her that it is a good idea, until he asks her out and she tells him what she wants. Magic and wonder are the hallmarks of Christmas, and these two have it more

  • Rob Taylor

    This book is a must-read for those who are serious about spiritual growth. Our claims to a desire for spiritual advancement do not align with the intensity of the current global chaos. With The Irreducible Primary, Rob Taylor unapologetically examines the stagnating relationship between spirituality, nature, and human conduct and the overall impact on human interactions. The Irreducible Primary challenges to our perspectives on spirituality. Our efforts are not effectively applied to the constructs of human conduct. Rob Taylor surgically guides readers through a deep dive of their inner spaces. The journey reveals the energetic necessity of practicing disciplined mindfulness more

  • Rebecca Raisin

    ‘[Rebecca Raisin] is a modern Maeve Binchy’ – Books for Bunny A truly decadent and delicious romance, perfect for cosying up with by the fire Maple sugar kisses Lucy would do anything for her mom…but she never expected to end up promising to leave her. After her mom got sick, Lucy dropped everything to take care of her, working all hours in a greasy diner just to make ends meet and spending every spare moments she had by her mom’s hospital bedside. Now, Lucy is faced with a whole year of living by her own rules, starting by taking the first bus out of town to anywhere… Except more

  • Samantha Price

    Finding love at Christmas was the last thing on Elizabeth's mind, but that changed the moment she met Joseph, a newcomer to her Amish community. Her feelings for Joseph reinforced her decision to continue to live with her Amish foster parents after she turned eighteen. Just when Elizabeth is daydreaming of getting married and having babies, a chance encounter with a stranger in a coffee shop turns her life upside down. From the stranger, she learns that everything she knew about her late parents was a lie. When she finds out the secret her parents kept from her, will she ever feel more

  • Samantha Price

    Stephanie, a troubled English teenager, has been sent to stay with the Grabers. Megan, another of the Grabers' foster girls, tries to help Stephanie fix one of her mistakes. Will Megan realize what she's getting into before it's too late? What will Gretchen Graber do when she finds out Stephanie has more than one secret she's keeping more

  • Samantha Price

    A surprise comes for Tara when her birth father locates her living with her Amish foster parents. Tara struggles to forgive the secret that surrounded her birth and hopes that her feelings don't influence her choice of the two young Amish men vying for her attention. The men in question are total opposites. One is quiet and plain, the other is handsome and confident. A respected member of the Amish community hints that one of the men is untrustworthy, but which one? Can Tara listen to her heart when she has been let down so many times before? Will Tara be able to put appearances aside in order to discover each man's more

  • Samantha Price

    The Grabers are planning a double wedding when they take in a young woman who has lost her memory. Well-known singer, Asha, runs away from her tour midway through when she discovers her manager boyfriend has double-crossed her. When she stumbles across an Amish community, she keeps her identity a secret. All she can do to prolong her stay with these quiet and gentle people is pretend she has lost her memory. Asha did not plan on falling in love with Amish man, John Williamson. What will John do when he discovers Asha has been lying to him all along? Will Asha ever find peace and the love she has longed for? Or has she ruined her reputation in both the Amish and the more