Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Its my Birthday .. Here's some free books to celebrate.

The Dark Verse: In the Blood of Death (Vol. 2) on Kindle

The Dark Verse: In the Blood of Death (Vol. 2) by M. Amanuensis Sharkchild: From the award-winning series, the second collection of twenty-six short stories of occult, metaphysical, and fantastical horror that will follow you to the visions of your sleep. For fans of H.P. Lovecraft, weird fiction, and more!

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Nether on Kindle

Nether by Jason Beymer: Burklin has one job: keep the homicidal demon alive. Easy. But after the demon kills the wrong woman, even Burklin can’t keep him safe. Now Burklin faces the worst night of his life — and a trip to the Nether itself.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Finding Elle on Kindle

Finding Elle by Loren Wilson: “Why did my birth mother give me up for adoption?” This question has haunted Elle for years, but Elle has had no idea who the woman was or where she lived. Then unexpectedly, she discovers the name and address of her biological mother, Cathy Mason of Seattle, Washington. With the help of her adopted sister and the hunk who lives next door, Elle starts out on the long trek from Kansas to Seattle to meet Cathy Mason. But along the way, will she find more than just her birth mother?

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The Duchess Quest on Kindle

The Duchess Quest by C.K. Brooke: *All-New Revised Second Edition!* Dainy doesn’t know that she was born a duchess. Three clashing rivals compete to recover the lost royal and win her heart. Fans of Anastasia and The Princess Bride will adore this swashbuckling tale of riveting adventure and unlikely love!

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Steamborn on Kindle

Steamborn by Eric R. Asher: Jacob, a tinker’s apprentice, has never backed down from an adventure, but when a swarm of Deadlands creatures shatters the peace of Ancora, he’ll face trials the likes of which he has never imagined. Forced out of the Lowlands, Jacob and his friends seek shelter behind the towering walls of the Highlands, only to uncover a terrible darkness at the heart of their city.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Sugar Detox on Kindle

Sugar Detox by Mia Kendal: Do you eat too much sugar? Are you concerned or worried about the long-term health implications this will have on your body? You can now learn how to completely detox your body of sugar and lead a healthier, happier life, with this amazing new book, Sugar Detox: Sugar Detox for Beginners.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Under My Skin: My Father, Frank Sinatra on Kindle

Under My Skin: My Father, Frank Sinatra by Julie Sinatra: As featured on “Inside Edition,” this is the controversial and compelling story of Frank Sinatra’s hidden daughter, Julie. “Under My Skin” is both a woman’s search for her true identity and the unraveling of a 1940s Hollywood mystery.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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House Hacking on Kindle

House Hacking by Ben Leybovich: Everyone talks about real estate investing as if the choice of what we do, when, and how is entirely up to us. But that’s not true. In today’s challenging (hot) market, traditional investing advice doesn’t work. House hacking has the best financing opportunities, the easiest management overhead, and the most immediate return on investment.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Elbert Hubbard: A Treasury of Insights, Inspirations, and Provocations on Kindle

Elbert Hubbard: A Treasury of Insights, Inspirations, and Provocations by Elbert Hubbard, edited by Sam Torode: Discover America’s forgotten sage… Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915) was a philosopher, entrepreneur, and leader of the Arts & Crafts movement in America. One of the most widely read authors of his day, his work fell into obscurity after he perished in the sinking of the Lusitania at the outset of WWI. This book aims to bring Elbert Hubbard back into the limelight.

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Organic Medicine on Kindle

Organic Medicine by April Cherryson: Organic Medicine includes various topics of natural herbal remedies that have been used for centuries in ancient tribes to heal illnesses and diseases using a multitude of herbs. Find out more in this collection!

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The Reluctant Trophy Wife on Kindle

The Reluctant Trophy Wife by Judith Petres Balogh: A crime is committed in the summer house of Lena, the young second wife of Clyde. In order to avoid confrontation with the press, which could do damage to his career, he sends her on a vacation to Europe. There she meets two remarkable people. Through their friendship and influence as well as through her experiences in the foreign environment, she discovers her true emotional landscape and her true self.

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A World Too Far on Kindle

A World Too Far by Sheron Wood McCartha: Yanked out of cryo before her scheduled time, Elise Fujeint is pressed into taking over as captain of a star ship ready to mutiny. Earth’s carefully planned expedition to populate a new world has ended in disaster. During the fleet’s long years of travel, the chosen planet lost atmosphere and became a radiation-drenched wasteland.

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Boss Me, Alpha on Kindle

Boss Me, Alpha by Sylvia Fox: My new boss is Manhattan’s Most Eligible Bachelor. Yes, that’s a title he actually won. He’s tall, dark, handsome, and the bulge in his pants is impossible to ignore. A bulge that happens to grow every time he sees me at work. Problem is, I’m his nanny, and according to him, that means I’m off-limits. But that doesn’t stop his hands from wandering when we find ourselves alone in his penthouse… Tell me what you want from me, Boss. And I’ll be your Employee of the Year.

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The Governor's Daughter on Kindle

The Governor’s Daughter by Jerri Hines: Cathryn Blankenship has no desire for a season in London! Why on earth would her father want her to leave her home in Charles Town? Upon Cathryn’s steadfast refusal, Governor Blankenship is forced to assign a young lieutenant to watch over Cathryn on the journey and ensure his daughter’s appearance in London. Cathryn finds Lieutenant Jake Pennington the most aggravating, maddening man she has ever met…a man Cathryn soon admits she is in no hurry to see leave.

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Rune Hunter on Kindle

Rune Hunter by Amelia Wilson & J.A. Cummings: The faery have had enough, and Erik and Nika may have to pay the price. A vacation turns deadly for Nika and Erik when a betrayal severs their Chosen link and the faery community declares war on the Draugr. The Ulfen, wolf shifters in collusion with the faery, begin to attack, and soon Nika finds more than her life is at stake. She is the Rune Master, but where has her Hunter gone?

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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The Mechanic's Mate on Kindle

The Mechanic’s Mate by Mikea Howard: Deceived, then forced to abandon the people and diesel engines she knows, Sadie is on the run. If fate can’t save her from bad decisions, what chance does love have?

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Hotshot Brothers: Coyote Shifters on Kindle

Hotshot Brothers: Coyote Shifters by Sabrina Hunt: One dark, dangerous night during a wildfire in the northern mountains of Montana, five men stumbled into a world of secrets and shadows. Forged in fire and blood, their brotherhood has passed many a test. But the hardest have yet to come.

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TUESDAY: A Double Shot on Kindle

TUESDAY: A Double Shot by Fifi Flowers: Tuesday was by far the best day of the week — Delivery Day! Early mornings before anyone arrived, I got my supplies…and then some. Giving added meaning to ‘customer service’ and A Double Shot, meet Avery!

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Random Acts of Trust on Kindle

Random Acts of Trust by Julia Kent: Random Acts of Trust is a rock star romance/romantic comedy that explores the love between one man, one woman, and ends with one Happily Ever After. Fate took their lives by storm four years ago and put an unbreachable gulf between Sam and Amy. This novel asks: Can time really heal all wounds…or are some scars too deep?

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Star Bright (Book 1) on Kindle

Star Bright (Book 1) by Carla Coxwell: Torn between her feelings for Jon and Rich, Jenny needs to find her place. As she struggles in Hollywood, she learns that not everyone is what they appear to be. Will Jenny find love and success? Or will she be dragged down by her past forever?

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Naughty by Nature on Kindle

Naughty by Nature by Addison Moore: Jaxson Stade has the power to put even the nicest girl onto the naughty list. He was once my best friend and my first crush, but once his hyper hormones kicked in, and he began dipping his wick every which way, I wanted nothing more to do with him. But after a five-year absence, I’m back in town, and Jaxson is looking hotter than ever. And as much as I’d like to avoid him, he’s enlisted me to play the part of his main squeeze.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Justice Box Set (Books 1-2) on Kindle

Justice Box Set (Books 1-2) by M A Comley: A fast paced set of thrillers – the first two books in the bestselling Justice series.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Missing on Kindle

Missing by Adiva Geffen: After finding and securing Daria, a young runaway, Sami and Dikla are left slack-jawed upon discovering her apparent suicide. Follow these never-say-die investigators down the rabbit-hole of cults and con-artists as they attempt to reveal the truth.

This book is Free on July 26, 2017

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Enjoy An Exclusive Sneek Peek Of: Who's That Girl by Blair Thornburgh!

Who's That Girl

 
Nattie has always been that under-the-radar straight girl who hangs out in the cafeteria with her gay-straight alliance friends.

She's never been the girl that gets the guy, let alone the girl that gets a hit song named after her.

But when last summer's crush, smoking-hot musician Sebastian Delacroix—who has recently hit the mainstream big-time—returns home to play a local show, that's just what she gets. He and his band have written a chart-topping single—"Natalie"—which instantly makes Nattie second guess everything she thought about their awkward non-kiss at that June pool party.

With her once-normal life starting to resemble a gossip magazine, Nattie is determined to figure out if her brief moment with Sebastian was the stuff love songs are made of—or just a one-hit wonder.

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CHAPTER ONE


Everything weird started the day my dad brought home the yurt.

“Robert?”

Anne McCullough, alias Mom, was peering through the windows of our back door, cup of coffee in hand, and frowning. Robert Schwartz, alias Dad, had taken the station wagon somewhere early that morning and was now puttering around in the yard. But since puttering was one of those activities Dad did to relax, like separating the recycling or buying dress shoes on eBay, I wasn’t exactly concerned.

“Nattie?”

Natalie McCullough-Schwartz, alias Nattie, alias me, was sitting at the kitchen table, chomping through a noontime bowl of granola. It was Saturday, after all, so I was entitled to loaf around for a bit, reading and eating cereal to the soundtrack of the college radio station that my parents had playing 24-7.

“Whuh?” I responded without looking up from my phone, where I was completing my normal Saturday-morning Pixstagram catch-up session.

“Where did your dad go this morning?”

“I dunno.” I shrugged. “Groceries or something? I was asleep.”

My mom was still frowning. She had her grayish auburn hair piled up on top of her head in a knot, which could have been either an intentional artistic look or just the result of not having brushed her hair yet. I was sporting a similar style, but for the latter reason.

“Sam? Did you see my husband go anywhere?”

Huang Xueyang, alias Sam Huang, was sitting at the desk in the kitchen, eating breakfast and probably checking his email from his family in China, and shook his head. Perhaps to assuage parental guilt over their blatant negligence of every school-related activity from signing permission slips on time to “not forgetting the date of the parent potluck for the third year in a row,” the McCullough-Schwartzes had been first to volunteer when the Owen Wister Preparatory Academy needed host families for foreign exchange students. So, since the beginning of the last school year, Sam Huang had been part of the clan. It was like suddenly having a fifteen-year-old brother, which I liked because it meant I always had someone to split a microwave lasagna with, my mom liked because it meant we were putting the spare bedroom to good use, and my dad liked because Sam played classical guitar and was “the son I never had,” which made Sam and me feel kind of equally uncomfortable.

My mom looked out the door again.

“Robert?”

Even though it was October, we still had the screen door up, because procrastination is a McCullough-Schwartz family value. So my dad should have been able to hear her, but she wasn’t getting a response.

“Robert?”

There was a definite tone now. Sam poured another bowl of Cocoa Puffs. I scrolled down my phone. At the top of my feed was an artsy shot of the Donut, the front-lawn sculpture at Owen Wister Preparatory Academy that was actually called something like Concentricity of Knowledge, a photo that was intriguing because one, it was a Saturday, so no one was at school and two, it was posted by user sebdel, alias Sebastian Delacroix, who had left Wister forever when he graduated. Or so I had thought.

“I think he’s . . . Is he unloading something from the car? Sam? Nattie?”

Sam smiled but shook his head. I wasn’t going to move, but Mom clearly wanted someone involved and I, as her flesh and blood, was beholden to her will.

“Nattie. Come here.”

Reluctantly, I tore myself away from creeping on Sebastian Delacroix’s Pixstagram feed and stood up. She took a pull from her coffee and narrowed her eyes, pointing out into the backyard.

Dad was definitely out there, wearing his weekend polar fleece and covering his balding head with one of his grimy bandannas. Next to him, on top of the maple leaves that no one had raked yet, was a stack of various pieces of wood, a beat-up red toolbox, and what seemed to be a heap of fabric.

“Looks like it,” I said.

“I can’t believe this,” Mom said. “And neither of you knew anything?”

She cast a hard look back at the room, where Sam Huang was now kind of cowering.

“Sam,” Mom said slowly and a little too nicely, “you know you can tell us anything. I mean, tell me. Especially about my husband’s whereabouts.”

“I . . .” Sam Huang darted a glance at the door. “I wasn’t supposed to say.”

Mom was not having it. “Come on, Sam. Where did he go?”

Sam Huang fidgeted again. “He said he was going to pick up something for the lawn. And that it was a surprise.”

“Aha.” Triumphant, and indignant, Mom swung open the screen door and started off across the yard. I unrolled my sleeves and followed, because it was chilly and I was curious. The ground was cold and a little mushy under my bare feet, but not cold enough to make me go back for shoes.

“Robert? What’s going on here?”

Mom marched right up to the edge of the little clearing Dad had made with his supplies in the corner of the yard, and folded her arms. Around us, the air was thick with mystery, and also fog. I tried to put it together: we already had a toolshed, and both Sam and I were way too old for a swing set. I had begged for a trampoline for my last birthday, but Mom insisted they were death traps, and she was probably right, given the way Dad tended to construct things. The McCullough-Schwartz basement was a graveyard of splintered IKEA dressers and oblong birdhouses no self-respecting blue jay would nest in.

“Oh, there you are!” Dad said, as if he’d completely missed her entreaties from the kitchen. He straightened up and mopped his face with the bandanna. He was beaming. “Looking good, isn’t it?”

What is?”

My dad’s grin faltered just slightly.

“The yurt. Of course.”

“Nattie?” Sam Huang appeared, holding my phone, which I’d left on the kitchen table. “You have a message.”

I took my phone and unlocked it to discover not one message, but three.

From: Tess Kozlowski

JAMBA ALERT

where are you

it’s important!!!

“What’s a Jamba alert?” asked Sam Huang. “Is it an emergency?”

I considered. Last May, Tess had found herself mysteriously subscribed to text alerts about smoothie deals from Jamba Juice, which we both thought was hilarious, and so, naturally, ever since then, we have referred to every text message, whether smoothie-related or not, as a Jamba alert. I knew our role as a host family was to be ambassadors for the American people, or something, but this was a weirdness that went beyond national cultural differences and into the weirdness of my particular group of friends.

“No.” I locked my phone again. Tess was my best friend and the person I trusted most in the world, but she was also the most liberal person I knew, both in her politics and her definition of important. So I knew whatever her deal was could wait until after the yurt. Whatever that was.

“The what?” Mom was saying.

“Yurt,” Dad repeated, like this was a word people used every day. “The traditional dwelling of the nomadic peoples of the steppes of Central Asia. It’s a sanctuary.”

“Robert,” Mom said slowly. “We don’t dwell in the steppes of Central Asia. We dwell in the suburbs of eastern Pennsylvania.”

“Right, but that’s just the beauty of it. It’s like an escape, for the family, right here in our backyard.” Noticing me, he wiggled his eyebrows. “Whaddya think, Nattie Gann?”

Natty Gann was the name of a plucky Depression-era orphan from a 1980s Disney movie that no one except my dad seemed to remember. It was also his favorite, dadliest nickname for me.

“I thought you said you were going to build a hot tub one day,” I said.

Actually, the putative yurt was taking over the exact space where I’d envisioned having our spa. I’d always wanted to have a cool place to put my friends—Tess, Tall Zach, and Zach the Anarchist, alias the Acronymphomaniacs, which we called ourselves not because of any actual nymphomania, but because we were fond of abbreviations and also belonged to a club with an uncommonly unwieldy acronym. It had just sort of stuck.

“He said he’d think about it,” Mom corrected.

Bzz. Bzz.

I thumbed my phone unlocked again.

From: Tess Kozlowski

nattieeeeee come hang out

“A yurt,” Dad said soberly, “is much better than a hot tub.”

This I took issue with. Because while I knew that, as a teenager teetering on the verge of adulthood and also the college process, I should have capital-G goals like “achieving purposefully,” “actionizing change,” and “not failing the math portion of the SATs,” my number one actual goal in life was just not to be weird. A hot tub was different, sure, but in a cool way. (Well, literally in a hot way, but the point stands.) A yurt, though, would just be a monument to strangeness and eccentricity—and for what? I couldn’t put it on a college application unless maybe I was applying to something like architectural school. And even then they’d probably flunk me for being too weird.

“Now, just a second, Robert,” Mom said. “We haven’t even discussed this.”

“Right, I know. But I was browsing the online yesterday night, and someone in the city was getting rid of this yurt kit for practically nothing because he had nowhere to put it, but I had to act fast or else he was just going to donate it to charity. I picked it up this morning.”

Dad looked proud, but Mom looked positively pained.

“What on earth are we going to do with a yurt?” she asked.

“What on earth would a charity do with a yurt?” I asked.

It took Dad a minute to come up with an answer. “Hang out,” he said. “Do some art projects. Or just get some nice peace and quiet, you know? The guy told me the yurt is intentionally built with a low ceiling and door, so you can’t get in without humbling yourself—”

“It’s built that way to keep the heat in,” I pointed out, vaguely recalling a social studies class.

Dad wasn’t listening. “We’ll get some cushions out here, a couple of candles, maybe a cast-iron stove to burn up some logs. . . .” He got a dreamy look in his eyes.

Mom looked like she’d rather burn the raw yurt materials than any logs. Even though she is, professionally, a creative person, Mom is not a big fan of Dad’s weekend projects. Maybe it’s because she gets to build frames for beautiful paintings all day and he’s cooped up in an office doing whatever it is executive directors of nonprofit voting-rights advocacy groups do all day, or maybe it’s because he’s left one half-dug koi pond too many in our front yard, but either way, the McCullough-Schwartzes do not have a good track record with home improvements.

“You can’t just start building a yurt in our backyard, Robert,” Mom said. “It looks . . . ugly.”

“Well, sure, it looks ugly now,” Dad said. “But soon it’ll be a circular canvas tent!”

This did not placate Mom. “What will the neighbors think?”

“It’s not for the neighbors,” Dad said. “It’s for us. Look, Sam Huang loves it.”

Sam Huang did not look like he wanted to get involved in an altercation between his host parents. I briefly wondered what would happen to him if they got divorced. Or to me, for that matter.

“We need to have a place to relax,” Dad said. “It’ll be good for us.”

Mom pursed her lips. “Does the place to relax have to be so . . . visible?”

In my pocket, my phone buzzed for the billionth time.

From: Tess Kozlowski

NATTIE JAMBA ALERT GET HERE OR ELSE WE

WILL ALL BE VERY SAD

:’( :’( :’(

I decided it was probably time to indulge Tess. And also get dressed, because it was twelve fifteen and I should probably do something more with my day than Pixstagram stalking. I was curious about the outcome of the whole yurt-stravaganza, but knowing my parents, the odds of a swift resolution were about as good as me applying to architectural school.

“I’m . . . gonna go see Tess,” I said, and backed away slowly.

“Great,” Mom said, in a tone of voice that was anything but great.

“Have fun!” Dad said brightly.

“Bye, Nattie,” said Sam Huang.

The screen door slapped behind me as I crossed the threshold back to the warmth of the kitchen and the bowl of mush that had once been my breakfast. When I stomped down the back stairs ten minutes later, Mom and Dad were at the counter, Dad gesticulating wildly and Mom laughing over a fresh cup of coffee, Sam Huang was set up at his computer watching guitar videos on YouTube, and beneath everything else, as always, the radio was softly playing an unfamiliar song.

 

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The Flirting Games on Kindle

The Flirting Games by Stella Wilkinson: Boarding school, best friends, and boys! Ellie wants to protect her cousin from heart-breaker Nate, and so constructs a plan to divert his attention to herself instead. But boys are more complicated than classes and she might just end up having to watch out for her own heart too! A funny and flirty teen romance with over 500 5-Star reviews on Goodreads.

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Seeds of Discovery on Kindle

Seeds of Discovery by Breeana Puttroff: Quinn Robbins wasn’t the kind of girl who had adventures. She wasn’t even the kind of girl who got invited to parties at Bristlecone High School. And she definitely wasn’t the kind of girl who would follow a boy she knew nothing about over a broken bridge into a mysterious alternate universe. Until the night she did.

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Prepper on Kindle

Prepper by Amy Rife: Prepping made simple and easy! Learn all about prepping inside your own home and gather survival tips on the necessities required to get through natural disasters. Read more to find out these and more!

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Live Simply on Kindle

Live Simply by Hazel Simpson: Do you walk in a room to organize and find yourself paralyzed and overwhelmed? Do you find yourself spending money on organizing solutions that don’t work? Do you feel like you put in effort but never make any progress? Maybe you know exactly what you want to do, and yet, for some reason, you just can’t get started. Would you like to have less stress to have a more free life? If you answered YES to any of those questions then you need to read this book!

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Order of the Dragon on Kindle

Order of the Dragon by Randall Seeley: When Alaina is invited to join the Order of the Dragon, she is given a chance of a lifetime. She can become a Templar and learn to fight those unfortunate enough to fall to the curse that flows their veins. All she has to do is pass three Trials of the Dragon. Dragon’s Intellect, Dragon’s Resilience, and Dragon’s Courage. Will she succeed?

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Born of Aether: Elemental Origins Series (Book 4) on Kindle

Born of Aether: Elemental Origins Series (Book 4) by A.L. Knorr: They say if you tell a lie long enough, you’ll eventually believe it, but Akiko will never forget who she really is. When Akiko is sent back to her homeland to steal an ancient samurai sword, she jumps at the chance to secure her freedom, only to get caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the most dangerous crime syndicate in Japan.

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Realmwalker on Kindle

Realmwalker by Jonathan Franks: When a baby laughs for the first time, a fairy comes into the world. Realmwalker is a clash of worlds, a tale of exploration, adventure, sacrifice. In late 1980s Chicagoland, 14-year-old Gen is helping her friend Jim with the loss of his mother. Meanwhile, her fairy, Ivy, and a Realmwalker, Herron, set out to discover why the Realms are dying.

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Too Wyrd: Runespell Series on Kindle

Too Wyrd: Runespell Series by Sarah Buhrman: Nicola was never a hero. She was an everyday single mother, Heathen witch, and herbalist. She was happy with her quiet life until the night Joseph showed up at her door with news that her step-sister joined a cult… and she had gone missing.

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The 13 on Kindle

The 13 by M.M. Perry: A 700 year voyage. 13 manned ships. 2 years from arrival. One shall fall. With only days to find a vital part before her ship begins to fall from formation, Naomi must travel to her sister colony ship, a vessel that has been dark for more than a week. What she’ll find there is only half as shocking as the truth she’ll discover about her own ship.

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No Middle Ground on Kindle

No Middle Ground by Caleb Wachter: After the Empire withdrew from the Spineward Sectors, it fell to the crews of ships like the aged MSP Pride of Prometheus, captained by Lieutenant Commander Tyrone ‘Tim’ Middleton, to restore order to their home systems. But Captain Middleton & Co. soon uncover a plot so insidious that it might tear the Spineward Sectors apart from the inside.

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Undraland on Kindle

Undraland by Mary E. Twomey: Still reeling from the deaths of her parents and brother, Lucy is trying to get her life back on track… until short-tempered, handsome Jens saves her from a bear attack. Soon, Lucy is swept away to an enchanting world where Scandinavian fairytale creatures run wild… and adventure is for the taking.

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Taste on Kindle

Taste by Mary E. Twomey: Just when correctional nurse October Grace has a handle on her stressful job and taking care of her mentally ill mother, a shapeshifting warrior and a half-vampire plunge her into a foreign land that’s on the brink of starvation. Now, with a ticking clock and a target on her back, October takes up the mantle of becoming one of the rare Omens who can bring hope to a dying world.

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The Way on Kindle

The Way by Mary E. Twomey: Blue Anders must fight against and alongside her violent brother to free their people and end the slavery forced upon her family. Standing up to her sociopath brother will be difficult, but admitting what she wants when she meets an intriguing man from the ruling class just might be impossible.

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Ephemeral on Kindle

Ephemeral by Addison Moore: Laken Stewart burst through a windshield and died one sunny afternoon. The next thing she remembers is waking up two months later in another state with another name. Laken finds her long dead boyfriend in this alternate world and is determined to find out what’s going on. Unfortunately, the truth proves to be truly deadly.

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SEALs of Honor: Mason on Kindle

SEALs of Honor: Mason by Dale Mayer: Part of an elite SEAL team, Mason takes on the dangerous jobs no one else wants to do… or can do. When he’s on a mission, he’s focused and dedicated. When he’s not, he plays as hard as he fights. Until he meets a woman he can’t have but can’t forget. Time is running out… For both of them…

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Survive and Surpass on Kindle

Survive and Surpass by Margalit Tal-Gan: A shared betrayal experience brings together three exceptional women whose lives have been devastated by the same woman-crook. Together these women help each other cope with their fate, fight back, overcome, and establish their place in the world.

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Her Reluctant Rancher on Kindle

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