Groomed for greatness, 15-year-old Jacob Hawthorne is sent to boarding school against his will. Jacob’s resentment toward his family reaches an all-time high when his father doesn’t bother to see him off for the 1980 school year. With a self-absorbed mother, an estranged father, and an older brother on the other side of the world, only the unlikely friendship with his grandfather can lure Jacob back home. But home feels like a distant memory from the shore of Raker Island, the isolated campus of one of the Northeast’s elite boarding schools.
As the surrogate bonds of a cloistered all-boys school fall into place, Jacob finds himself among other sons of privilege who suffer the same affliction—growing up in their fathers’ shadow. In fact, Jacob and his friends get dubbed “the Headliners” when their fathers make the headlines on the same day.
She was his first love. He’s going to be her last.
Travel blogger Sophie Newport doesn’t date athletes, but one look at her childhood nemesis has her rethinking everything. She can’t stop imagining Declan O’Shaughnessy’s scorching hot body moving over hers, the wicked things he wants to do to her.
She shouldn’t want him, but every day they spend together has her picturing more than just sweaty nights in fancy hotel rooms.
Now, she can’t stop imagining forever.
When the enemies of peace appear before the FDG is ready, Terry partners with a werewolf to fight a battle that he must win.
Set in the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, Nomad Found begins the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles, the time between the WWDE and the return of Michael to earth.
Four best friends, two pesky ghosts, and one spiteful ex
Toss in an ancestral home that’s falling apart at the seams and Julie Hayward has hit her limit.
The last thing she needs is a set of cryptic clues to a lost family fortune and another man underfoot.
Enter Tyler Kingsley. Former journalist with a nose for news. What red-blooded man could resist danger, a beautiful woman , or a treasure hunt?
Called by many, “The Greatest Book Ever Written,” Anna Karenina is realist Russian novel which was first published in its entirety in 1878. Heralded by Fyodor Dostoevsky, Vladimir Nabokov, William Faulkner and countless others, the story is an exquisite work of fiction.
Anna Karenina tells the tragic tale of Countess Anna Karenina and her affair with Count Vronsky. Dealing with a issues ranging from government, to gender, to morality, religion and social politics, Anna Karenina is an epic Russian novel. The story of Anna’s affair, travels and isolation from Russian society is parallel with the story of Konstantin Levin, a wealthy landowner who seeks marriage and faith as a source of stability in a changing world.
That’s the message someone scribbled on a photo of Stacy May Charms’ six-year-old son, two days before her release from prison.
Stacy knows why. She doesn’t know who.
And she’s not waiting around to find out. Her plan is to grab her child and run.
Elizabeth McClaine has no idea why Stacy ran, but she intends to find out. Contracted to oversee the governor’s early release program for young incarcerated mothers, she is responsible for the program’s first successful applicant. But when Stacy May breaks parole only two hours after her release, Elizabeth is flung into social and political exile, her reputation in ruins.
When Anne Morrow, a shy college senior with hidden literary aspirations, travels to Mexico City to spend Christmas with her family, she meets Colonel Charles Lindbergh, fresh off his celebrated 1927 solo flight across the Atlantic. Enthralled by Charles’s assurance and fame, Anne is certain the aviator has scarcely noticed her. But she is wrong. Charles sees in Anne a kindred spirit, a fellow adventurer, and her world will be changed forever. The two marry in a headline-making wedding. In the years that follow, Anne becomes the first licensed female glider pilot in the United States.
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum’s life is set to blow sky high when international murder hits dangerously close to home, in this dynamite novel by Janet Evanovich.
Before Stephanie can even step foot off Flight 127 Hawaii to Newark, she’s knee deep in trouble. Her dream vacation turned into a nightmare, and she’s flying back to New Jersey solo. Worse still, her seatmate never returned to the plane after the L.A. layover. Now he’s dead, in a garbage can, waiting for curbside pickup. His killer could be anyone. And a ragtag collection of thugs and psychos, not to mention the FBI, are all looking for a photograph the dead man was supposed to be carrying.
By now it’s clear that whether you’re promoting a business, a product, or yourself, social media is near the top of what determines your success or failure. And there are countless pundits, authors, and consultants eager to advise you.
But there’s no one quite like Guy Kawasaki, the legendary former chief evangelist for Apple and one of the pioneers of business blogging, tweeting, Facebooking, Tumbling, and much, much more. Now Guy has teamed up with Peg Fitzpatrick, who he says is the best social-media person he’s ever met, to offer The Art of Social Media—the one essential guide you need to get the most bang for your time, effort, and money.
Martin Banks is just a normal guy who has made an abnormal discovery: he can manipulate reality, thanks to reality being nothing more than a computer program. With every use of this ability, though, Martin finds his little “tweaks” have not escaped notice. Rather than face prosecution, he decides instead to travel back in time to the Middle Ages and pose as a wizard.
What could possibly go wrong?
As a world-class dancer at the height of her career, Emily enjoys all the perks of fame—the parties, the glamour, the tours—but they’ve also attracted the attention of a dangerous ex-boyfriend hell-bent on getting her back.
Enter Carter Kincaid, a bodyguard so crushingly sexy he takes her breath away.
Carter’s the best in the business, and Emily is—professionally speaking—off-limits. But when it comes to stirring his desires, she’s making all the right moves. What’s happening between them is so hot it could get both of them burned.
Lucy Resnick’s nerves are as tight as a tea cozy. Her new goats, Hot Lips and Gidget, keep making a break for the town square, her truck is dying, and her boyfriend’s gorgeous ex-wife is in town for the holidays. Worse, someone’s digging holes on her land…and uprooting her peach orchard and dewberry patch in the process. Lucy needs additional holiday stress like she needs a blow to the head—which she receives one night, courtesy of the mystery digger.