As an Amazon Associate we earn commissions from qualifying purchases.
Hannah Kline is a successful Los Angeles obstetrician and the recently widowed mother of a young daughter. She is barely managing to hold it all together, when her life is shattered once again by the brutal murder of her beautiful, bright, zany and recently divorced sister-in-law Beth.
Hannah is determined to do whatever she can to assist the police in finding the murderer. She soon becomes obsessed with the details of Beth’s life. As she encounters her sister-in-law’s eclectic collection of friends and former lovers, she discovers that all was not as it seemed. Not only was Beth a woman with a secret life, but her secrets may have led her inexorably to a rendezvous with her killer.
33 Ways to Fail at Dating and One Huge Lesson
After 100+ failed first dates, an endless supply of players, a few cougar moments, and a humiliating rejection from the massage therapist working on her butt, Canadian model and Pass the Hat Comedian, Kaylee Gryba, reveals the surprising reasons she’s still single at 30.
And no, that doesn’t include a restraining order. Good guess though!
With spite, sarcasm, and truly twisted stories, Single and Catless is the ultimate what-not-to-do confessional of a woman who has made EVERY mistake you can think of.
If you’ve been single forever or you’re single again, Kaylee’s got your back, with a few helpful warnings about The Lazy Player, The Bottom-Feeder, The Obvious Jerk, and all the other ONEs Disguised as THE ONE.
I accidentally ended up in this dimension.
I had nothing.
I knew no one.
I barely survived the journey, but landed in the best possible place; an ancient society of vampire hunters with the medical means to put me back together. I can’t go home, but I can use the extra-abilities I gained from slipping dimensions to work for Black Swan and try to keep my friends alive.
When it comes to love, I have options. The knight who saved my life is strength and honor personified. The sexy elf who thinks I’m his mate. And an incredibly attractive six-hundred-year-old vampire.
My name is Elora Laiken. This is my story.
Clara Smith seems out of tune, drifting through one empty day after another. Alone in LA for Christmas and uncertain about her new boyfriend, the pianist-turned-lawyer feels as fake as the artificial snow she sees on the lawns in her neighborhood. But when her firm dispatches her to Siena, Italy to lead a major project, the rhythm of the daily grind gloriously changes tempo.
Bonding with her charismatic eighty-year-old neighbor over his large collection of photographs, she uncovers a picture of a mysterious woman. And a breathtaking cross-country adventure, in search of the framed beauty who shares her name gives voice to Clara’s long-silenced passions.
Can a melodious tour through sun-drenched landscapes restore her sense of harmony?
A murder suspect? Her?
Callie’s dreams are threatened when the police accuse her of murdering her dancing instructor. She didn’t even want to take those stupid dancing classes!
No way is Callie letting anything get between her and her dream. Together with best baker bud Anna, she embarks on a journey to uncover the real killer.
Nothing is stopping them – not even a hot detective determined to keep Callie safe and make the cupcake baker his own.
Steve Larson and Elizabeth Coleman had been the best of friends – inseparable – since middle school. Once in college, they found themselves in love, but too afraid to admit it: Steve because he thought Elizabeth was too beautiful to want him; and Elizabeth because she thought Steve was too wealthy to be interested in someone so poor. But then, a family tragedy strikes, and they are pulled apart and lose touch with each other.
A chance meeting on a Christmas tree lot twenty years later changes their fates forever. Only Steve and Elizabeth can decide if they have the courage to overcome a lifetime of doubts and fears and open their hearts to each other again.
Voyages of the Heart
Every city around the world has its own charming allure and its secrets. In this Voyage, each destination will offer love, passion, laughter, healing, and even heartbreak, all perfectly crafted for you one page at a time. Pack your luggage and join the authors in these Voyages of the Heart.
Our first destination: London.
With Love From London:
When the smoke clears, romance fills the pages leading you straight into the worlds created by VOTH’s authors. The sights are unknown and mysteries will be revealed with each turn of the page. The only promise, on this voyage of love, is that we’ve sealed each story with a kiss of passion that will entice you to come back for more. Bring your passport and enjoy the guided tour as London paves its way into your hearts.
Inside a rusting German U-Boat are millions in gold bars, stolenart, and a secret that could tear NATO apart.
The KGB, the CIA, Nazi SS hitmen, even the Israeli Mossad -everyone is willing to kill for it, but only former US Airman Mike Randallknows the truth in this Cold War spy versus spy thriller.
After his B-17 crashes in East Prussia in the winter of 1945,Randall finds himself in a Nazi forced labor battalion in Konigsberg on thefrozen Baltic coast, surrounded by the Red Army. Also in the old port isKapitan Eric Bruckner, one of Germany’s last surviving U-Boats, and SS MajorHeinz Kruger, Martin Bormann’s sinister hatchet man.
Unaware that the U-Boat has been tapped for a top-secretmission, Randall manages to stow away. After a British bomber sends the U-boatto the bottom, he is the lone survivor and the only one who knows what isreally inside.
On a dark Los Angeles freeway, someone fires a gunshot at a local football star.
His family turns to Private Investigator Burnside, a former football star himself, who has recently left the LAPD. As he battles his way through the investigation, Burnside’s own life is repeatedly placed in jeopardy, and the body count starts to pile up.
Burnside encounters beautiful girls, wayward athletes and overworked cops on his way toward finding a killer who knows he’s looking for them. And as he navigates this perilous path, Burnside also comes to grips with a betrayal from his past, one that keeps returning to him no matter how hard he avoids it.
In the wake of a major loss, five sisters agree to meet on the regular to keep it real. But secrets they never saw coming will challenge them and everything they counted on . . .
Savvy and decisive, Burgundy Reeves feels blessed with a good husband and a successful career. She is the sister everyone envies. Since her beloved mother’s death, she’s given troubled youngest sister, Elyse, a stable home when she needs it most. And she’s taken it on herself to keep her contentious siblings together. Under her guidance, they all meet bi-monthly on “Sister Day,” a time when they get together to bond, to receive a challenging “assignment”, and to cope with a range of things—including their many differences . . .
He’ll protect her back.
But will he win her heart?
Sheriff Travis Walker doesn’t blame Lacy Milligan for hating him—he jailed her for murder. But now he’s exonerated her, and the handsome lawman needs her to find the real killer. Will she overcome her hatred to help? As she relents, violence explodes—someone wants her dead. With time running out, their investigation deepens…and ignites sparks of attraction neither ever expected.
Creatures lurk in the endless forests of the Wild, plucking victims from those who scratch a living by the sides of the great Godroads, paths of crystal which provide refuge from the infernal tide.
Humanity’s protectors reign within crystal castles held aloft on magical currents – seven timeless royal families, born and reborn into flawless bodies. As immortal as the precious stones from which they take their names, they fight to hold the Wild at bay. For generations a fragile balance has held.
AND THE DAMNED…
The veteran urban activist and author of the revolutionary Toxic Charity returns with a headline-making book that offers proven, results-oriented ideas for transforming our system of giving.
In Toxic Charity, Robert D. Lupton revealed the truth about modern charity programs meant to help the poor and disenfranchised. While charity makes donors feel better, he argued, it often hurts those it seeks to help. At the forefront of this burgeoning yet ineffective compassion industry are American churches, which spend billions on dependency-producing programs, including food pantries. But what would charity look like if we, instead, measured it by its ability to alleviate poverty and needs?