Yakuza Sweet Revenge

Yakuza Sweet Revenge by Angel Broady

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LET THE DARK SECRETS of immortality be REVEAL. .
This story is base on a young princess, step-daughter to a cruel emperor who’s only ambitions are to bring oppression upon his very people, also as making young girls as his concubine. The princess Yakuza plays as the only pure peace within the Yanshi City; but her green eyes tells a different story of death being her fate. She flees from execution that her step-father wanted her to die. She draws to avenge her mother’s blood which demons have killed and her step-father have
ordered, holding responsible on the behalf of her mother’s slaughter. Yakuza also bare witness to random plagues that causes the world into distress of less food, and illness. She flees from China into a land which she is a stranger too, believe that she could bring peace and to know the truth of her bloodline which lead her to an attractive young-man name Spider who she is willing to trust part of a clan that falls in two worlds, holding account in their own slaughter, murders and assassinations of traitors they say is the fate of the clan, Dark secrets that are more to be reveal. . . Her love unknown.
See how a princess of Yanshi China becomes a ninja assassin of Iga Japan for an unknown clan she is drawn to trust in order to receive the fate to gain immortality.

Unforgettable adventure, classical romance, and assassination.


A Miracle Melody

A Miracle Melody by Ashley ChunellAMM


It’s been two years since Noah and Ronan got married. They’ve settled into their new home in Dublin, Ireland, started a new Club Clover nightclub and have very-much enjoyed their married life and their new chapter together.

But after two years of doing anything they’ve wanted, just the two of them, Ronan and Noah just might be feeling a void in their lives that they’re unsure about filling.

In this third installment of the Noah and Ronan Series, the two make the life-changing decision to have a baby. Between an overwhelming process, struggles, disagreements and lots of insecurities about fatherhood along the way, Ronan and Noah come to find comfort in their melody more than ever before as they await their little miracle.


The Yugoslavian, In Search of Mara Jovanović

The Yugoslavian, In Search of Mara Jovanović by The Black Rose

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One man and one woman, thrown together by circumstance, and a missing war orphan, during the end of the siege for Sarajevo. Although opposed at first, their fearless adventures together bring them closer in ways neither of them could have ever imagined in The Yugoslavian, In Search of Mara Jovanović.


Symphony of Light and Winter

Symphony of Light and Winter by Renea Mason


One woman. Seven men. All bound by one man’s undying devotion.

Fundraiser Linden Hill has a knack for reading people. She always knows which conversations will put a prospect at ease, which drink will loosen a patron’s lips—or his wallet, and how cleavage will make a donor sweeten the deal. She’s even foreseen her dateless weekends four hundred and sixty-four times in a row.

But ten years after watching life drain from her former mentor’s and first love’s eyes, her skills for divining the predictable are lost. When Cyril returns, he’s still gorgeous, but this time he’s beyond human, far less dead, and pissed. His lack of memory drives him to desperate acts, and his turbulent re-acquaintance with Linden pulls her into his war with a creature hell-bent on his destruction. His group of six supernatural men share a tantalizing secret, but despite the hunger, it’s love that leads her to sacrifice everything to save him…


Thai Twist

Thai Twist by D. R. Ransdell


For high school graduate Gina Campanello, winning a trip for two to Thailand seems more like a chore than a prize. The only available travel companion is her sister, the country is a long plane ride from Tucson, and besides, she’d rather stay in town and flirt with college boys. But when a neighbor asks Gina to deliver a package, she has a mission. While Rachel visits every available temple, Gina checks out leads. She has so many setbacks that by the time she learns that the man she’s looking for lives in Chiang Mai, she’s en route to Phuket!


Upon Your Honor

Upon Your Honor by Marie Lavender


Deception is a dangerous path…

New York City, August, 1891 – Orphaned after the death of her father, Chloe Waverly stows away on La Voyageur to escape the clutches of her cruel fiancé, Lamonte Beckett. Gabriel Hill, a strange and compelling gentleman, comes upon Chloe and promises to protect her without knowing the true circumstances of why she is running away. During their journey, Gabriel doesn’t bargain on being distracted by her fair beauty or succumbing to her many charms. As their attraction to each other grows, so does the danger and Gabriel suspects things are not as they should be.

Both are determined to get to New Orleans, where she can start a new life. But, once they reach their destination, events spin out of their control and Chloe is captured by the fiancé she escaped. Gabriel is left wondering if he can overlook her betrayal. Soon he finds himself in a race against time, to reach her before Beckett can exact revenge.


The View From a Rusty Train Car

The View From a Rusty Train Car by DeeJay Arens

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No one talks about what happens when you fall in love with the boy next door — not when you’re the boy living beside the boy next door. Jared didn’t want to do it, but it had to be done. Someone had to sit before the government hearing to explain why a gay man was nothing to be vilified, nothing to be hated or feared… that he was just a man. That is what Jared Montgomery is determined to do. He does so by sharing his story — his and Luke’s story — in the hopes that perhaps even just one more person could understand. Luke and Jared were battling the odds from the beginning. Growing up beside each other, being best friends, they soon learned that if they wanted to share each other’s company, it had to be done in secret, in the confines of the old train car behind the junkyard. There, they were free of the taunts and jibes, the ridicule and hatred… or were they? Unable to embrace who he is, unable to deal with the tactics used by his family to ‘cure’ him, Luke forces himself into a traditional marriage that is doomed from the start. His true, self-denied love for Jared, and the hatred surrounding it, is killing him. The question is, can Jared get to him before it is too late?


Endangered Hearts

Endangered Hearts by Amanda Lance


Emilia Ward is being watched…

And it isn’t just by her mother’s creep of a boyfriend or one of her many employers. Instead, she is certain it something else–someone else.

However, in a life with college classes and alcoholic mother to look after, Emilia doesn’t have time to explore her suspicions. She would much rather think about her new job at Iram Manor, and more importantly–its mysterious and alluring owner.

After a lifetime of isolation and trapped in a disfigured body Kasper Zafar thought he knew pain.

Confining himself to his work as an architect and the love of his music, he never expects the beautiful Emilia Ward to enter his life. Young and naive, his new housekeeper does not flinch at the sight of him, and is even so bold as to call him her friend.

Determined to teach her in all worldly things, the opposites grow closer and the role of student and teacher and interchange. Yet Emilia’s life outside the manor is not a happy one, and when Kasper’s attempt to watch over her fails, both will discover than love may be the most painful thing of all.


New Melody, Same Harmony

New Melody, Same Harmony by Ashley Chunell

This sequel to “A Melody in Harmony” follows beloved characters Noah Nash and Ronan Shea, who just got married and are about to make a big move as part of the next chapter in their lives. Before they do, the two sit down and reminisce about their last year together in Henderson.

This story rewinds as Noah and Ronan think back on their engagement, planning Henderson’s first gay wedding and lots of other surprises that led up to their big day.

This sequel allows Noah and Ronan’s relationship to grow as they continue to fall in love and fight for equality. Even with a new melody, the two still plan to live in harmony as they begin their next chapter together.



Snowbound by Sarah Winter


One choice can change an entire life…

Liam built a successful career as an actor, but has been too busy to slow down and enjoy life. He travels to western Wyoming, where he has been dreaming of going since he was a child in England. He nearly makes it to his destination when a freak spring blizzard strikes hours before it was expected, and is forced to make a choice that could either kill him or save him.

River is a widow who moved away from friends and the lively city of Cody to an isolated ranch to heal. She has made a good life here, learning new skills and earning new responsibilities. She even has a boyfriend who loves her and makes her friends jealous, but there is something missing. She just can’t put her finger on what.

The storm that brings them together may also change their lives forever. It all comes down to a choice.


The Best Thing I Never Had

The Best Thing I Never Had by Erin Lawless


‘Funny and Addictive… If this is Erin Lawless’ first book, I can’t wait to read her next one!’ – Fabulous Magazine (The Sun)

‘Friendships, trust, lies, deceit, love and so much more – a real page-turner for me!!’ – Cosmochicklitan

‘A superb debut about complicated ties, betrayal and lies, and one of my favourite books of the year.’ – ChickLit Club

‘The Best Thing I Never Had was mind-blowingly good and everyone should read it’ – ChickLitReviews

‘One of the most engaging books I’ve read this year. I loved it’ – Books with Bunny

‘This book was so incredibly amazingly awesome that I want to shout it from the hilltops and make ALL my friends buy it this instant!!’ – The Chiq Blog

‘So much more than a love story, more of a life story.’

Five years ago at university they had been seven friends that laughed hard and loved harder.

Nicky and Miles were the couple that were always meant to be… Leigha and Adam, not so much…

So when Adam and Harriet grew close during endless days in the library, they did the one thing that changed everything – they kept a secret. And when it came out, it all fell apart.

When the day comes for bridesmaids to be chosen and best men to fulfil drunken promises, Nicky and Miles’ wedding isn’t just a wedding, it’s a reunion – loaded with past hurts, past regrets, past loves…

The Best Thing I Never Had is in turns funny and sad, but always honest, about friendship in all its forms and the practicality of second chances.

If you fell in love with Mhairi McFarlane’s You Had Me at Hello and David Nicholls’ One Day, then this stunning debut book is for you.


Christmas at Thornton Hall

Christmas at Thornton Hall by Lynn-Marie Hulsman


“Christmas at Thornton Hall should DEFINITELY be your Christmas read of 2013.” – Erin Lawless, author of The Best Thing I Never Had

“Christmas at Thornton Hall is a lovely, funny and sexy modern “upstairs, downstairs” story. Prepare yourself for a Christmas like you’ve never seen before.” – M’s Bookshelf

“If you only treat yourself to one festive read this year, it has to be this one.” – Goodreads Reviewer

Need a fun, festive treat to warm you up on cold winter nights? Don’t miss this terrific debut from a witty new voice in romantic comedy!

When Juliet Hill unwittingly discovers a most-definitely-not-hers-rhinestone-studded lace thong in her high-flying lawyer boyfriend’s apartment, this usually feisty chef is suddenly single and facing a very blue Christmas – with only a ready meal for one to keep her company!

So when she’s personally requested to cater for the family at Thornton Hall three days before Christmas, it’s not long before Juliet’s standing at the (back) door of the Earl of Gloucester’s impossibly grand ancestral pile.

The halls are decked, the guests are titled, those below the stairs are delightfully catty, and all-American Juliet sets to work cooking up a glorious British Christmas with all the trimmings.

But other flames are burning besides those on the stove… Sparks fly with Edward, the gorgeous ex-soldier turned resident chef, and are those sidelong looks Juliet’s getting from her boss, the American tycoon Jasper Roth?

As the snow starts to fall on the idyllic Cotswolds countryside, so does the veneer of genteel high society and there are more than a few ancient skeletons rattling out of the Hall’s numerous dark cupboards!

CHRISTMAS AT THORNTON HALL is a country house rom com for the modern age, a must-read for fans of the scandals and drama of Downton Abbey and the charm and wit of Helen Fielding.


Great Sex Is Not Love

Great Sex Is Not Love by DeAnna ‘Mz DeeVa’ Shields

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Mz DeeVa’s new book ‘Great Sex Is Not Love…And Never Will Be’ Reading the title and viewing the cover, you can get a sense of what the book will be about, yet as the age old saying goes ‘Never judge a book by it’s cover!’ As you go from page to page you will take the journey along with this phenomenal woman, through her turbulent ‘love’ experiences, as well as gain a better understanding of one of the world’s most complex, yet amazing, women.


Remember This: Not Just Anyone Will Do!

Remember This: Not Just Anyone Will Do! by DeAnna ‘Mz DeeVa’ Shields

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Before you settle for just anyone, take a browse through ‘Remember This…’, not just any person will do and the tips in this book will help you filter through to that right one for you!


Code Name: Ghost

Code Name: Ghost by Natasza Waters


Navy SEAL Commander Thane Austen realizes passion can be as dangerous to a warrior as combat when Kayla, a Canadian liaison, infiltrates his base.



UNHOLY ORDERS by Roger Bishop

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Primarily a love story Unholy Orders is set within the hallowed corridors of the Church of England and is based upon the authors own experiences whilst employed by this august institution. Lust, larceny and revelations about the inner workings of the Church figure prominently, as one man seeks to improve his own, and his families financial security by any means that present themselves. Legal or not.


Dangerous Waters

Dangerous Waters by Anne Allen


Tragedy seems to follows Jeanne Le Page around . . .
Can she really go through it again and survive?
Jeanne Le Page is lucky to be alive … 15 years ago she was almost killed in a boating accident which brought heart-breaking family tragedy. Now 31, Jeanne is returning reluctantly to the Island of Guernsey following the death of her beloved Grandmother. Struggling for breath as the ferry nears the Island, Jeanne feels a dark foreboding overwhelm her as hazy memories of that terrible day resurface.
Only back on the Island to sell her inheritance – her Grandmother’s old cottage – she has no intention of sticking around to pick up her old life. But the cottage holds a secret, dating back to World War II, and Jeanne becomes drawn into discovering more. Then ,shortly after her arrival, a chance meeting with an old teenage crush leads her to thoughts of love.
Jeanne is forced to face her demons, reliving the tragedy as her lost memory returns.
The truth is finally revealed, endangering Jeanne’s life for a second time…


A Melody in Harmony

A Melody in Harmony by Ashley Chunell


Henderson is a small, old-fashioned town. Growing up here proved tough for Noah Nash, as he knew the truth he lived would never be accepted in this town, even by his family. To him, all he had was his keyboard.

Until one day, that all changed when Noah met Ronan Shea. Ronan’s confidence, wisdom and pride inspires Noah to finally, happily live his truth for the entire town to see.

This is a story of two young men and their journey to a relationship, fighting for equality and listening to their melody while striving to live in harmony.


To Steal a Highlander’s Heart

To Steal a Highlander’s Heart by Samantha Holt

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Alana sets eyes on Morgann for the first time in several years and what does he do? He captures her! But Alana refuses to go meekly with the sexy Highland warrior. Her kidnapping will reignite the rift that’s existed between the two clans since her father accused Morgann of theft and she doesn’t want to see her father harmed in the inevitable war that will ensue.

Unfortunately for Alana, the faeries seek to interfere with her plans to escape. The sidhe have a debt to repay and Tèile, the green faery, is determined to mend the rift between the clans for good. And that means ensuring Alana and Morgann marry.

Morgann has his own reasons for taking Alana and they are nothing to do with marriage or war. He wants to use her to reveal a secret from the past, the one that had him accused of theft. If only he didn’t find his childhood friend so attractive. When circumstances force them together, Alana’s life is threatened and war is imminent. Can Morgann reveal the truth without losing Alana? And will the faery’s meddling help or hinder his cause?


Upon Your Return

Upon Your Return by Marie Lavender


Fara Bellamont has been back in society for a year after leaving Cluny Abbey, where her uncle sent her long ago. When he chooses a suitor for her for marriage, she fears that she will be forced to marry a stranger and live a miserable life.

But, Fara finds herself thrust into an adventure of a lifetime when unforeseen circumstances cause her to place her trust in a strange man for protection. His intervention not only saves her, but puts her in an even more compromising position.

Grant Hill, a trading captain, is enchanted by the young heiress not only because of her beauty, but because she is hardly conventional. Underneath her ladylike exterior lies a tigress. Grant cannot help but offer his protection as she is in need and he is far from immune from her charms.

Fara just never bargained on the passion that she feels for Grant Hill. As events unfold, she must decide whether her desires and the dictates of her heart should trump the rules of society…


September Ends

September Ends by Hunter S. Jones


Sometimes when you believe it’s the end, it’s only the beginning.

September Ends is a contemporary romance with erotic and supernatural elements bound together by poetry. It reveals the intricate web of passion and desire which entangles Liz Snow, Pete Hendrix and Jack O. Savage. The story is told through Liz Snow’s diary, Jack O. Savage’s poetry, and from letters sent across the Atlantic. Traveling throughout the lushness of a summertime in Tennessee and Georgia, September Ends journeys into the elegance of London’s West End and is finally settled in the countryside of Cornwall, England, a decade later.

September Ends is a story of sin, redemption and salvation through love because love happens when we least expect it.



Acceptance by Ibitola Ojoye-Adebayo


Acceptance is a family drama about love, loss and betrayal. The novel shows the tragic consequences of secrets and lies and what happens when an ordinary girl is let down and pushed to extremes by the people she loves; her husband and family. The main plot is about Eva and her passionate relationship with husband, Richard, with a back story about her family history and her mother’s experiences in Nigeria during the Biafran war. As the story unfolds we discover that no one is quite what they seem and Eva gradually uncovers the truth about their deception with tragic consequences.


An Ordinary Joe

An Ordinary Joe by Andy Scott


When terminal cancer patient Joe is given a final chance at life he embarks on an adventurous last ditch Bucket List. Recording his exploits in his daily anonymous blog he is unknowingly turned into a radio heartthrob when Cincinnati DJ Vince Storme builds a show around Joe’s adventures. Joe never imagines he would fall head over heels in love with Jenni but when he does the whole of Cincinnati are listening to find out what happens. Although completely stricken with her there’s just one catch. He doesn’t know who she is and no one knows Joe’s true identity. This fast paced romantic comedy will have you rolling with laughter right before you pull out your hankie.


Black Pearls

Black Pearls by Heather Whipp

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Black Pearls is a romantic, fictional adventure centered on Ellie Griffith, adopted daughter of two missionaries. Ellie leads an idyllic life with her parents on a tropical island in the south Pacific until one fateful day, a black-birding ship drops anchor in their waters. Ellie’s sweet innocence is shattered, by terror, violence, and murder.

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Forgiveness by AJ Best


When the wires of communication get crossed and tangled, is love enough to bring everything back into balance?

Mary is prepared for the anniversary of a lifetime. Ten years of wonderful memories fill her mind. She can’t wait to see what the next ten will bring. When her plans for early morning seduction fail, her mind jumps to worst case scenarios.

Joe’s attention, focused elsewhere, may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Will he be able to come up with a good reason for forgetting their anniversary?

As the day continues, will the answers Mary finds leave her in tears? Will she find the next ten years dreams shattered before her? Only Joe holds the answers to the questions her heart asks.



Rulebreaker by Cathy Pegau


Liv Braxton’s Felon Rule #1: Don’t get emotionally involved.

Smash-and-grab thieving doesn’t lend itself to getting chummy with the victims, and Liv hasn’t met anyone on the mining colony of Nevarro worth knowing, anyway. So it’s easy to follow her Rules.

Until her ex, Tonio, shows up with an invitation to join him on the job of a lifetime.

Until Zia Talbot, the woman she’s supposed to deceive, turns Liv’s expectations upside down in a way no woman ever has.

Until corporate secrets turn deadly.

But to make things work with Zia, Liv has to do more than break her Rules, and the stakes are higher than just a broken heart…

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Tell Me

Tell Me by Deanna DiLorenzo


When Meagan Summers ends her three-year relationship with her deadbeat rocker boyfriend, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with a woman. Yet when she meets the beautiful blond poet, Amber Reed, that’s exactly what happens.

But Meagan finds her relationship with Amber is fraught with just as many anxieties and frustrations as her previous relationships. She struggles to come to terms with her newfound attraction to Amber as she juggles work, familial expectations, and her own guilt and insecurity. At times it seems the only solace she can find is in the cherished moonstone ring her beloved grandmother bestowed upon her before she died, along with some sage advice Meagan is just now beginning to understand.

Yet soon Meagan discovers she can’t be the person Amber needs her to be, and when their relationship comes to a dramatic end, Meagan finds herself fleeing to London in an attempt to put the pieces of her life back together. Just when she finally figures out how to make things right, a tragic accident occurs, threatening to undo everything and everyone around her.


Dissonance in A Minor

Dissonance in A Minor by Nicole Disney

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Rainn never meant to fall in love, and definitely not with a meth addict. Living in the alley is dangerous, but she’s found the beauty in having nothing to lose. It has also provided her the focus to single-mindedly pursue her only dream. Though controlling her wild bandmates is an unrelenting struggle, Rainn knows they’re close to breaking out of their dive bar and into the real scene.
But Jaselle is the only one who doesn’t see Rainn as the homeless girl. Her ability to look past the ripped clothes and into the meaning of Rainn’s lyrics makes her worth the love Rainn has trained herself not to feel. But as Rainn is coming out of her emotional coma, Jaselle is falling into numbness, desperation, and dependence on the drug that’s taken everything from her.
Rainn already lost her brother, Michael, when he suddenly died of asphyxiation from huffing butane. She thinks she already knows this road. Hoping to succeed where she failed before, Rainn devotes herself to saving Jaselle. But the drug is smarter than she expects, and soon she’s faced with adversity she could never have prepared for, putting both their souls and lives on the line.


Just a Little Unwell

Just a Little Unwell by Iyana Jenna


Patrick Trafford is pleased with the simple life he has, spending his time tending a tiny garden accompanied by his best friend, Chad, a cockroach. Nevertheless, he can’t hide the excitement bubbling in him as a man suddenly appears in the garden.

Damien Abner politely welcomes, albeit somewhat at a loss, Patrick’s warm offer to spend time with him. To have a coffee, watch some movie, and dance along with the characters in it.

They begin to date and Patrick has never been happier, though he barely knows who Damien is–not that it matters to him. For him, being clueless does mean bliss.


Lying to Meet You

Lying to Meet You by Anna Garner


Does being in a relationship make you a hot commodity in the eyes of would-be suitors?

Chloe Lane is about to find out. When her childhood pal, Ethan Webster, asks her to play the part of his girlfriend in order to test this theory, she reluctantly agrees. As a work-crazed fashion designer, boutique owner and soon-to-be reality show judge, Chloe has no time for a real boyfriend, but being part of a faux pair will do just fine. Not that she has any intention of trying to attract someone else.


Opportunity unexpectedly knocks when Chloe meets fellow reality judge, William Shannon. Super successful and super sexy, this high-powered entrepreneur inspires Chloe to test Ethan’s theory herself. Now, on top of keeping her fashion business productive, carving out a new role as a television personality, maintaining a fake relationship and attempting to lay the groundwork for a future relationship, she’s lying to William, lying to her friends, lying to her family and quite possibly lying to herself. Will Chloe be able to keep it all together, or are things about to explode?


Kill Me Now

Kill Me Now by Lawrence Fisher

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A humorous look at the world of dating. Who hasn’t had a date from hell?


The Letter

The Letter by Sandra Owens

The story of a betrayal that wasn’t. Even so, it still tore two lovers apart for eleven years. On the eve of their wedding, Michael Jeffres, Earl of Daventry, found his betrothed, the woman who meant as much to him as the air he breathed, in bed with his cousin. Diana, the daughter of a marquess, remembers nothing of that night. All she knows is she was forced to marry Michael’s cousin, Leo, and then spent the next eleven years in hell. When the two lovers are brought back together by a letter from Leo a year after his death, Michael and Diana must struggle through all the lies and secrets before they can find a love that far surpasses the one of their youth.



I LISTENED TO MY HEART by Rosemary Louise Gallagher
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Rose O’Carroll has been single for most of her 40 years. In her search for love she bravely decides to pack up her comfortable life in Australia and move to London. Guided by her special friends — her angels — she quickly settles in her new life; lands a great job; makes new friendships and begins her spiritual journey. It doesn’t take long until Joe DeMarco, the handsome American, turns Rose’s world upside down and changes it forever. Rose intuitively knows she has met her twin soulmate. But how does she cope when he tells her “it’s just the wrong time”? Everything happens for a reason and soon Rose discovers why she had to meet Joe DeMarco when the timing was wrong. She had someone else to meet first…and it wasn’t only the dishy Dr St. Claire.



Secrets by Katelyn Schneider

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Nothing is more tantalizing than a secret. Fatherless, nearly friendless, and confined to repeating the same boring routine every day, seventeen-year-old Victoria Laine is just living to get by; her lust for excitement and adventure is too large to be quenched by the cozy lifestyle of the mountain-skirted town of Wenatchee. There is never anything exciting, never anything new. She has all but given up on finding anything interesting in the confines of the world she is being forced to live in. So Victoria can’t help but be curious when something new is thrown into the mix: Nick Avery, a boy with silver eyes whose obsession with isolation makes Victoria want to figure out exactly what he’s trying to hide. What if there has always been more to this life, but humanity is too blind to realize what possibilities are right in front of them? What if Victoria is more than what she seems? Victoria realizes she has more in common with Nick than she had originally thought, and she discovers that trying to figure out everything about someone else is the key to finding out who she really is and unlocking a future she had never thought possible. And now she is being forced away from the ignorant human lifestyle and into a life that holds so much more excitement, so much more pain, and so many more secrets.


Valley of Thracians

Valley of Thracians by Ellis Shuman


A Peace Corps volunteer has gone missing in Bulgaria and everyone assumes he is dead, everyone except his grandfather, who refuses to give up hope. Retired literature professor Simon Matthews launches a desperate search only to be lured into a bizarre quest to retrieve a stolen Thracian artifact—a unique object of immense value others will stop at nothing to recover.

Matthews travels through a Balkan landscape dotted with ancient tombs and fortresses, unaware that his grandson has been confined to an isolated mountain cabin, slowly recovering from a severe head injury. Nothing can be taken at face value, as the woman assisting Matthews in his quest and the nurse caring for his injured grandson may have ulterior motives in helping the two reunite. Even when Matthews succeeds in joining up with his grandson, departure from Bulgaria is only possible if the missing relic can be found.



Inshallah by Sybil Powell


Inshallah (God willing) tells the tale of a handsome English Christian boy and a beautiful Saudi Muslim girl who quite by accident fall in love in a country where the relationship is impossible. Banned on both religious and cultural grounds the difficulties the couple have to surmount leads the story through many twists and turns to the point where they are discovered by her brother. At this point the brother has the choice of supporting his sister or his religion and it is this dilemma gives an insight into the workings of a Muslim Saudi mind.
Originally written in 1978 it is of that time when Saudi Arabia had recently become a united country but a country of contrasts, between the more and less religious elements, between the rich and the poor, between a desire to modernise and a desire to maintain the discipline of the old. This forms the background to the novel and highlights the challenges facing the young couple.
The end leaves the reader to make up their own mind as to rights and wrongs of the tale.


Evergreen Girl

Evergreen Girl by Sybil Powell


Synopsis:- This is a book about a young girl who because she is not a son is unwanted by her mother and at an early age is thrown out of the family house. From this point on she has to fend for herself however through fortunate circumstances and associates she is able to climb to the very top of her profession.

It is by and large a happy book of a sensitive girl who forced by life into a path which presents her with challenges that develop her into a hard successful business woman. Despite abortion, attempted rape and anti feminist bosses she manages to steer a course to a position of respect which she is able to maintain until drawn to the uncomplicated life of farming in the English Lake District she finds a challenging love and happiness.


Coffee, Tea, The Gypsy & Me

Coffee, Tea, The Gypsy & Me by Caroline James


A romantic comedy by Caroline James (debut novel)
Jo’s romance with the gypsy began with his first kiss, she never forgot it…

When Jo Edmond’s husband runs off with their nanny and disappears into a Spanish sunset, Jo resolves to make a new life with her baby son. She impulsively purchases Kirkton House a run down guest house and with the help of a colourful cast of characters, establishes a thriving country house hotel. Jo opens the hotel during Fair Week, a famous 300 year old gypsy tradition, hated by the locals and loved by every tinker and traveller in the country. Romance is the last thing on her mind, until the enigmatic John Doherty walks into her life…


My Killer My Love

My Killer My Love by Mona Karel


An immortal warrior is sent to punish an innocent woman and discovers the soul he forgotten he possessed.


Because Of You

Because Of You by Maryann Morris

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Quiet and reserved small-town Melody Dalton kept to herself when she started college in the big city of Baltimore, Maryland. She admired Ryder James, the heir to James & Son’s Manufacturing, from afar her first day on campus. He fit the cliché of tall, dark, and handsome easily, and no one could argue that he was the sculptured Greek god of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity on campus. Captivated by his incredible sexiness, Melody and Ryder are drawn together in ways she could only have fantasized about. Their lives quickly take a turn for the worse as someone’s out to get them. When tragedy hits not once but twice, no one can help save them except for Melody. But can she? This unique love story will have you rooting for the heroine as she finds strength within herself and captures your heart along the way. Can Melody save Ryder and herself from the dangers ahead? Has she gotten in too deep or has she finally found a place where she belongs?


Pink Wellies and Flat Caps

Pink Wellies and Flat Caps by Lynda Renham


Alice Lane has everything; a wonderful fiancé, a responsible job and a lovely flat in Chelsea, but after she has a bra fitting her life goes tits up. Homeless, and with just a sparkling engagement ring as a memory of her previous life Alice accepts a live-in farm manager s job and discovers that things actually can get worse. Come with Alice as she makes her hilarious career change and struggles to cope with her moody employer, Edward. But can Alice turn her back on romance and resist the dashing Dominic or will the past come back to surprise her?


Me Before You

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes


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Lou Clark knows lots of things. She knows how many footsteps there are between the bus stop and home. She knows she likes working in The Buttered Bun tea shop and she knows she might not love her boyfriend Patrick.

What Lou doesn’t know is she’s about to lose her job or that knowing what’s coming is what keeps her sane.

Will Traynor knows his motorcycle accident took away his desire to live. He knows everything feels very small and rather joyless now and he knows exactly how he’s going to put a stop to that.

What Will doesn’t know is that Lou is about to burst into his world in a riot of colour. And neither of them knows they’re going to change the other for all time.


The Odor of Violet

The Odor of Violet by Ju Ephraime


After losing his sight in a terrible accident, only to learn that the woman he was planning to marry did not love him enough to accept him, Damien Falconer was devastated. Struggling to cope with his disability, he isolated himself from society, allowing no one to get close to him, but his personal assistant, Jake. Upon learning Jake was soon to leave his employ and return to Scotland, Damien was forced to advertise for his replacement.
Among the applicants who answered his ad was Lisa Andrews, a registered nurse from Connecticut. But Damien was adamant that he would not be replacing Jake with a woman. His argument was, he did not feel comfortable with a woman doing the things that Jake did for him, but one whiff of Lisa’s unique scent and Damien found himself fighting a blistering physical attraction the likes of which he’d never known before. Should he hire her or should he ignore what his “other” senses were screaming at him, about this woman. Damien rustled with the question for several days, but in the end, he caved. And so began a hunger for a woman he couldn’t see…could only recognize by her unique scent…yet wanted like he’d never wanted anything before.


Safe Haven

Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

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Love hurts. There is nothing as painful as heartbreak. But in order to learn to love again you must learn to trust again.

When a mysterious young woman named Katie appears in the small town of Southport, her sudden arrival raises questions about her past. Beautiful yet unassuming, Katie is determined to avoid forming personal ties until a series of events draws her into two reluctant relationships.

Despite her reservations, Katie slowly begins to let down her guard, putting down roots in the close-knit community. But even as Katie starts to fall in love, she struggles with the dark secret that still haunts her . . .


The Tea Rose

The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly

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East London, 1888 – a city apart. A place of shadow and light where thieves, whores, and dreamers mingle, where children play in the cobbled streets by day and a killer stalks at night, where bright hopes meet the darkest truths. Here, by the whispering waters of the Thames, Fiona Finnegan, a worker in a tea factory, hopes to own a shop one day, together with her lifelong love, Joe Bristow, a costermonger’s son. With nothing but their faith in each other to spur them on, Fiona and Joe struggle, save, and sacrifice to achieve their dreams.

But Fiona’s life is shattered when the actions of a dark and brutal man take from her nearly everything-and everyone-she holds dear. Fearing her own death, she is forced to flee London for New York. There, her indomitable spirit propels her rise from a modest West Side shop-front to the top of Manhattan’s tea trade. But Fiona’s old ghosts do not rest quietly, and to silence them, she must venture back to the London of her childhood, where a deadly confrontation with her past becomes the key to her future.


Reaching for the Stars

Reaching for the Stars by Janice Horton


From the bestselling author of Bagpipes & Bullshot.
Scottish celebrity chef Finn McDuff is media stalked and disillusioned after winning his third star and losing his third wife. He decides he’s had enough of all the food campaigns, the TV cookery shows, the constant frenzy surrounding his private life and, after giving up all his accolades and closing down his restaurant, he disappears.
Love him or hate him, everyone is out looking for Chef McDuff.



Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia


He counts her smiles every day and night at the train station. And morning and evening, the beautiful commuter acknowledges him—just like she does everyone else on the platform. But Blake Hartt is not like the others . . . he’s homeless. Memories of a broken childhood have robbed him of peace and twisted delusions into his soul. He stays secluded from the sun, sure the world would run from him in the harsh light of day.

Each day, Livia McHugh smiles politely and acknowledges her fellow commuters as she waits for the train to the city. She dismisses this kindness as nothing special, just like her. She’s the same as a million other girls—certainly no one to be cherished. But special or not, she smiles every day, never imagining that someone would rely on the simple gesture as if it were air to breathe.

When the moment comes that Livia must do more than smile, without hesitation she steps into the fray to defend the homeless man. And she’s surprised to discover an inexplicable connection with her new friend. After danger subsides, their smiles become conversation. Their words usher in a friendship, which awakens something in each of them. But it’s not long before their bond must prove its strength. Entanglements from the past challenge both their love and their lives.
Blake’s heart beats for Livia’s, even if her hands have to keep its rhythm. Love is patient. Love is kind. Love never fails. Love never fails, right?

In an interwoven tale of unlikely loves and relationships forged by fire, Debra Anastasia takes readers into the darkest corners of human existence, only to show them the radiant power of pure adoration and true sacrifice. Complicated families and confused souls find their way to light in this novel, which manages to be racy, profane, funny, and reverent all at once.