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Amanda Jacobs had never been able to forget Justin Barnes, even though that was the only thing he ever asked her to do. Her love for him burned so strong and powerful, that it didn’t matter if he didn’t love her back. It didn’t matter that she hadn’t seen him for ten years. She still couldn’t put out the flame.
Justin Barnes knew he was no good for Amanda Jacobs. She was an angel. What could he ever give her besides pain and heartbreak? The only answer was to leave Hope Falls and never look back. But even though he’d been gone for ten years, not a day went by that he didn’t think about her sweet, pure blue eyes, and the way she used to look at him like he’d hung the moon.
The Cosega Sequence – Books 1-3: An Archaeological TechnoThriller (affiliate link)
The only thing bigger than his discovery
is the conspiracy to stop it!
Will he unlock the secrets in time?
Ripley Gaines, a brilliant archeologist, with an insane theory, has risked his life searching for an extraordinary artifact. What he finds is beyond imagining.
It must be suppressed.
The discovery unleashes a mystery older than recorded time, rewrites human history, and promises to change the planet’s future.
The most powerful forces in the world align against him.
Who can he trust?
When social tensions fuel, the already volatile mix is compounded by demonstrations, deaths, scandal, murder and the ratings-hungry media. Fighting for her life and her firm’s survival, Sophia pushes the Second Amendment case to a climactic trial—confronting the ubiquity and difficulty of gun violence and guns themselves in America.
Journals of a Lady’s Scandal: A Historical Regency Romance Book (affiliate link)
It looked like the perfect Hollywood ending for the detecting duo that stole a million dollars from the Chicago mob—Lou Fleener, P.I., and his best buddy Monk. Lou’s blissfully married, and the brilliant but awkward Monk just made them both another million and then rode off into the sunset with the girl of his dreams…
…straight into the den of the Los Angeles mobster he beat in a poker game six months ago.
The gangster’s intent on getting his money back, with interest—i.e., everything Monk owns. But Monk’s already figured out that after he takes everything, the wise guy’s going to kill him.
An acclaimed surgeon specializing in weight loss delivers a paradigm-shifting examination of the diet and health industry’s focus on protein, explaining why it is detrimental to our health, and can prevent us from losing weight.
Whether you are seeing a doctor, nutritionist, or a trainer, all of them advise to eat more protein. Foods, drinks, and supplements are loaded with extra protein. Many people use protein for weight control, to gain or lose pounds, while others believe it gives them more energy and is essential for a longer, healthier life. Now, Dr. Garth Davis, an expert in weight loss asks, “Is all this protein making us healthier?”
A Plague On Both Your Houses (Matthew Bartholomew Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
Matthew Bartholomew, unorthodox but effective physician to Michaelhouse college in medieval Cambridge, is as worried as anyone about the pestilence that is ravaging Europe and seems to be approaching England. But he is distracted by the sudden and inexplicable death of the Master of Michaelhouse – a death the University authorities do not want investigated.
But Matt is determined to get to the truth, leading him into a tangle of lies and intrigue that cause him to question the innocence of his closest friends – and even his family – just as the Black Death finally arrives…
Us: A Novel (affiliate link)
David Nicholls brings the wit and intelligence that graced his enormously popular New York Times bestseller, One Day, to a compellingly human, deftly funny new novel about what holds marriages and families together—and what happens, and what we learn about ourselves, when everything threatens to fall apart.
Douglas Petersen may be mild-mannered, but behind his reserve lies a sense of humor that, against all odds, seduces beautiful Connie into a second date . . . and eventually into marriage. Now, almost three decades after their relationship first blossomed in London, they live more or less happily in the suburbs with their moody seventeen year-old son, Albie. Then Connie tells him she thinks she wants a divorce.
Her Lifeline (affiliate link)
Erin has had a crush on her brother’s best friend Ward for as long as she can remember. But eleven years ago he disappeared from their lives—breaking Erin’s trust, and her heart.
When the person they both love most—Erin’s brother Tommy—is nearly killed in a terrible crash, she and Ward are thrown back together for the first time. Their lives couldn’t be further apart. Erin still lives at home, working two jobs and dealing with a series of family disasters. Ward, now a multibillionaire entrepreneur and a household name, seems determined to make amends—but it may just be too little too late. And while Erin can’t deny feeling a spark at the sight of Ward, is it a spark of love or burning resentment?
Mrs. Bridge: A Novel (affiliate link)
Jackie’s Girl: My Life with the Kennedy Family (affiliate link)
An endearing coming-of-age memoir by a young woman who spent thirteen years as Jackie Kennedy’s personal assistant and occasional nanny—and the lessons about life and love she learned from the glamorous first lady.
In 1964, Kathy McKeon was just nineteen and newly arrived from Ireland when she was hired as the personal assistant to former first lady Jackie Kennedy. The next thirteen years of her life were spent in Jackie’s service, during which Kathy not only played a crucial role in raising young Caroline and John Jr., but also had a front-row seat to some of the twentieth century’s most significant events.
A Vietnamese Bicycle Days by a stunning new voice in American letters.
Andrew X. Pham dreamed of becoming a writer. Born in Vietnam and raised in California, he held technical jobs at United Airlines-and always carried a letter of resignation in his briefcase. His father had been a POW of the Vietcong; his family came to America as “boat people.” His sister committed suicide, prompting Andrew to quit his job. He sold all of his possessions and embarked on a year-long bicycle journey that took him through the Mexican desert, where he was treated as a bueno hermano, a “good brother”; around a thousand-mile loop from Narita to Kyoto in Japan; and, after five months and 2,357 miles, to Saigon, where he finds “nothing familiar in the bombed-out darkness.”