Ancient Blood: A Novel of the Hegemony (The Order Saga Book 1)
Avery Doyle loves vampires; he’s read every novel, seen all the movies, and researched the folklore. When his first one-night-stand, Caroline, turns out to be a true vampire on the run, he jumps at the chance to leave his ordinary life and join her as a “child of the night.” The honeymoon ends, however, when Caroline’s brutal Creator Sebastian enslaves them on his island estate and Avery must confront the dehumanizing reality behind his dreams.
In order to survive, Caroline and Avery take their place as servants in Sebastian’s household during a gathering of the most powerful vampires on Earth, the Hegemony, and soon find themselves involved in the myriad intrigues and deceptions that form the night-to-night existence of The Order.
Spiralizer Cookbook: 100 Delicious and Filling Recipes
The Creative Spiralizer Cookbook:100 Delicious and Filling Spiralized Recipes gives you a quick Spiralizer 101 and then follows up with 101 delicious recipes
- Caprese Zucchini Noodle Salad
- Raw Carrot Pasta with Ginger Lime and Peanut Sauce
- Autumn Apple Sangria
- Sirloin Tacos with Beet Salsa
- Lemon Shrimp Scampi with Spiralized Zucchini
- Peas and Pesto Potato Noodles
- Sweet Potato Noodle Buns
- Apple Clafouti
- Zucchini and Daikon Ramen with Pork
- Over 90 more exciting recipes!
Inside Room 913
Parkview Manor has a secret, and eighteen-year-old Cynthia is curious!
When Cynthia Holt takes a job at a former sanitarium, now operating as an assisted living center that doubles as a hotel, she instantly discovers something more is occurring than simply providing the elderly with housing and care. Something very strange is going on behind the locked door of Room 913!
After she is repeatedly warned to stay away from the room and to not discuss it or the occupant with her co-workers, she is even more intrigued, and suspicious! Letting her curious nature guide her, she immediately begins asking questions. When she finds that Room 913 has been closed off; locked and sealed for 40 years, her curiosity turns to concern. Though rumors abound, no one seems inclined to talk about it.
Marcus Borden has always been used to power and control. After a crime-filled upbringing in a very harsh neighbourhood, Borden leaves his hometown, returning four years later mysteriously rich and unrecognizable, with one woman on his mind.
A woman he’ll never have.
Pained by his devastating loss and filled with rage and guilt, Borden’s world turns dark.
Crossing In Time (Between Two Evils Book 1)
Remember how it feels to fall in love?
- Race against the clock through a dystopian nightmare.
- Climb naked into an untested time machine (carrying a seashell and a promise).
- Wake up 20 years younger, buck naked and mortally wounded, with your heart in your throat.
This is a perilous journey of passion, loss, and redemption that will have your pulse galloping and your palms sweating, make you laugh out loud through your tears, and leave you flush with the sublime pleasure of being in the arms of the one you love.
Clean Eating: The Complete Guide to Eating Clean and 50 Delicious, Healthy Recipes
Clean eating is one the greatest health decisions you could possibly decide to make. The health benefits are simply outstanding. Clearer skin, healthier hair, more energy and motivation all day long. Not to mention the significantly reduced chance of suffering from many major diseases and conditions that are so prevalent today.
The diet is surprisingly simple and the foods are deceptively tasty, and this book will guide through all the key changes you need to make. So come on in and make the best decision of your life!
World War 2: German Tank Crew Stories: Eyewitness Accounts
They say that history is written by the victors. This may be true but the side of those that fought and lost should also be remembered. While we seek not to glorify the Germans during WWII, we also can take away lessons from the stories of their courage.
Though we don’t celebrate their cause, we acknowledge that these men were patriots to their nation and fought with honor and courage under fire.
In this book we’ll take a look at some of the actions and deeds that these men had a hand in. Some of the stories are shocking. Others are, in their own way, inspiring. Regardless of the side that they fought on, it cannot be said that they were not brave, innovative, and patriots. Had they fought for the winning side, we would hail them as heroes.
Andrew Morrison sacrificed everything—his childhood, his education, and the girl of his dreams—to look after his alcoholic mother. But enough is enough, and now he’s determined to get out and live his life. That means trading the home he grew up in for a rented room in the house of an old childhood friend—both of which are in sorry shape.
The only thing worse than Drew’s squalid new digs and sullen new roommate is the envy he feels for the house next door: a picture-perfect suburban domicile straight out of Norman Rockwell, with a couple of happy householders to match. But the better acquainted he gets with his new neighbors—especially the sweet and sexy Harlow Ward—the more he suspects unspeakable darkness beyond the white picket fence.
Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life
In 2012, Eric Greitens unexpectedly heard from a former SEAL comrade, a brother-in-arms he hadn’t seen in a decade. Zach Walker had been one of the toughest of the tough. But ever since he returned home from war to his young family in a small logging town, he’d been struggling. Without a sense of purpose, plagued by PTSD, and masking his pain with heavy drinking, he needed help. Zach and Eric started writing and talking nearly every day, as Eric set down his thoughts on what it takes to build resilience in our lives.
Eric’s letters—drawing on both his own experience and wisdom from ancient and modern thinkers—are now gathered and edited into this timeless guidebook. Greitens shows how we can build purpose, confront pain, practice compassion, develop a vocation, find a mentor, create happiness, and much more.
Return to Earth
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s courageous, candid memoir of his return to Earth after the historic moon landing and his personal struggle with fame and depression.
“We landed with all the grace of a freight elevator,” Buzz Aldrin relates in the opening passages of Return to Earth, remembering Command Module Columbia’s abrupt descent into the gravity of the blue planet. With that splash, Aldrin takes readers on a journey through the human side of the space program, as one of the first two men to land on the moon learns to cope with the pressures of his new public persona.
In honest and compelling prose, Aldrin reveals a side of instant fame for which West Point and NASA could never have prepared him. One day a fighter pilot and engineer, the next a cultural hero burdened with the adoration of thousands, Aldrin gives a poignant account of the affair that threatened his marriage, as well as his descent into alcoholism and depression that resulted from trying to be too many things to too many people.
Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World’s Greatest Outlaw
The Oddfits (The Oddfits Series Book 1)
Eight-year-old Murgatroyd Floyd doesn’t fit in—not as a blue-eyed blonde living in Singapore, not in school, and certainly not with his aloof expatriate parents, who seem determined to make his life even harder. Unbeknownst to him, there’s a reason why he’s always the odd boy out: he is an Oddfit, a rare type of human with access to the More Known World, a land invisible to most people. Yet unfortunate circumstances keep Murgatroyd stranded in the Known World, bumbling through life with the feeling that an extraordinary something is waiting for him just beyond reach.
The Golden Age of Murder
Detective stories from the so-called “Golden Age” between the wars are often dismissed as cosily conventional. Nothing could be further from the truth: some explore forensic pathology and shocking serial murders, others delve into police brutality and miscarriages of justice; occasionally the innocent are hanged, or murderers get away scot-free. Their authors faced up to the Slump and the rise of Hitler during years of economic misery and political upheaval, and wrote books agonising over guilt and innocence, good and evil, and explored whether killing a fellow human being was ever justified. Though the stories included no graphic sex scenes, sexual passions of all kinds seethed just beneath the surface.
A Certain Slant of Light
The Ghost Fields (Ruth Galloway series)
It’s a blazing hot summer in Norfolk when a construction crew unearths a downed American fighter plane from World War II with a body inside. Forensic archeologist Ruth Galloway determines that the skeleton couldn’t possibly be the pilot, and DNA tests identify the man as Fred Blackstock, a local aristocrat long presumed dead — news that seems to frighten his descendants. Events are further complicated by a TV company that wants to make a film about Norfolk’s deserted air force bases, the so-called ghost fields, which the Blackstocks have converted into a pig farm.
Sex in the Title – a Comedy about Dating, Sex, and Romance in NYC
New York City, May 2000. The Internet bubble has burst and Evan, a computer programmer, is fired with an email from his boss. The next day, his girlfriend dumps him, also via email. Afraid to check any more emails, Evan desperately seeks a rebound romance but the catastrophes that ensue go from bad to hilariously worse.
Fortunately, Evan meets Sammy — someone whose legendary disasters with females eclipse even his own. To reverse their fortunes, they recruit their friends — Trevor, Yi, and Carlos — to form a group of five guys who take on Manhattan in pursuit of dates, sex, and adventure.
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