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Captured (The Captive Series Book 1) (paid link)
Taken from her beloved family and woods, Aria’s biggest fear isn’t death… it’s becoming a blood slave for a member of the vampire race.
No matter her fate, she must keep her identity hidden from the monsters imprisoning her. She’s already branded a member of the rebellion, but the vampires can never learn the truth of her involvement.
Hoping for death, Aria’s world turns upside down when Braith steps forward to claim her. The powerful vampire delays her execution, but it’s only a matter of time before he destroys her.
The perfect murder. A clever conspiracy. And they almost got away with it . . .
Former FBI detective Lawson Raines isn’t the man he used to be. Losing your wife, your daughter, and ten years behind bars will do that to a man. Especially an innocent one.
Now Lawson’s life sentence has been pardoned, and the people who conspired to put him away are desperately scrambling to bury their little secret in the Las Vegas desert once and for all.
Dodging bullets while chasing clues, Lawson races to uncover the truth behind the conspiracy against him. Along the way, friends become enemies, enemies become friends, and a broken man realizes that his only path to redemption, is revenge. That is, until he learns they have the one thing left in the world he still cares about. And it changes everything.
Barron’s AP U.S. Government and Politics Premium is aligned with the College Board course and updated based on feedback from actual AP teachers. You’ll get in-depth content review and revised practice tests to help you feel prepared for the exam.
The College Board has announced that there are May 2021 test dates available are May 3-7 and May 10-14, 2021.
Updated content based on actual teacher feedback after putting the new course framework in practice in the classroom
Five full-length practice tests: two in the book and three online
Review of the essential information likely to appear on the test, including the branches of federal government, political parties, and key foundational documents
Up-to-date content including required Supreme Court decisions and the impact of the 2016 Presidential election
Send Me Crazy (Hot in the City Book 1) (paid link)
A note, a pair of panties, and a date.
When Quinn’s efforts to set up her best friend go awry, she finds herself with a crazy blind date. Could the mystery man be her soul mate? Nothing like an adventure, and at the very least, she is going to have some fun with it.
Powerhouse attorney Kara Lynn O’Conner’s world revolves around her small Texas town where life is easy and safe.
Six year old Bradley Russell is about to change everything.
Why is everyone talking about the ending of Sarah Pinborough’s Behind Her Eyes?
Louise is a single mom, a secretary, stuck in a modern-day rut. On a rare night out, she meets a man in a bar and sparks fly. Though he leaves after they kiss, she’s thrilled she finally connected with someone.
When Louise arrives at work on Monday, she meets her new boss, David. The man from the bar. The very married man from the bar…who says the kiss was a terrible mistake, but who still can’t keep his eyes off Louise.
Prelude to Terror (Robert Renwick) (paid link)
Black Candle (The Sullivan Gray Book 1) (paid link)
A missing girl. The ghost of a murdered woman. And one man racing against time to save them both.
The ability to see the ghosts of homicide victims has always been more burden than gift and, for Sullivan Gray, it’s never been heavier.
As the storm of the century pummels the city, he finds himself sucked into a mystery, struggling to decipher clues from a ghost intent on saving a missing teenage girl.
His foster family has had his back since childhood, his older brother Dez acting as both wing man and protector. But as he draws nearer to answers, Sullivan finds himself pulled further from his family and increasingly on his own.
Everything has a spirit: the willow tree with leaves that kiss the pond, the stream that feeds the river, the wind that exhales fresh snow . . .
But the spirits that reside within this land want to rid it of all humans. One woman stands between these malevolent spirits and the end of humankind: the queen. She alone has the magical power to prevent the spirits from destroying every man, woman, and child. But queens are still just human, and no matter how strong or good, the threat of danger always looms.
With the position so precarious, young women are chosen to train as heirs. Daleina, a seemingly quiet academy student, is under no illusions as to her claim to the throne, but simply wants to right the wrongs that have befallen the land.
Tom Robbins’ warm, wise, and wonderfully weird novels—including Still Life With Woodpecker, Jitterbug Perfume, and Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates—provide an entryway into the frontier of his singular imagination. Madcap but sincere, pulsating with strong social and philosophical undercurrents, his irreverent classics have introduced countless readers to natural born hitchhiking cowgirls, born-again monkeys, a philosophizing can of beans, exiled royalty, and problematic redheads.
In Tibetan Peach Pie, Robbins turns that unparalleled literary sensibility inward, stitching together stories of his unconventional life, from his Appalachian childhood to his globetrotting adventures —told in his unique voice that combines the sweet and sly, the spiritual and earthy.