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Devilish Debutantes (Devilish Debutantes Bundled Collection) (affiliate link)
Hell Hath No Fury:
Cecily made a huge mistake! She married an earl who, the day after the wedding, admitted to only wanting her for her dowry.
Hell In A Handbasket:
Sophia realizes that perhaps there is something missing between Lord Harold and herself… passion… sizzle… well… everything.
Hell Hath Frozen Over:
The Duchess of Prescott (Loretta), now a widow, fears she’s experienced all life has to offer. Thomas Findlay, a wealthy industrialist, knows she has not.
Hearts of Clover(The Clover Series Book 1 & 2) (affiliate link)
WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR (Boston Classics) (affiliate link)
Finance hotshot Kate Bishop doesn’t expect the cute bartender to quote Shakespeare to her when she meets her colleagues for happy hour, nor for him to rescue the rest of her workday with a special cocktail.
Will Talbot’s head is turned by the adorably nerdy young woman who doesn’t seem to belong with the rest of the power-suit crowd, but his heart knows that he’s got to keep his eyes on the prize: his career as a professional actor.
Opposites attract in this romantic comedy, so this quirky pair finally gives in to chemistry stronger than a stiff Harvey Wallbanger. But when real life throws them a curve ball, will love win? Or will career?
Man Down: A heart-pounding medical mystery (British Military Thriller Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
You don’t have to be killed in action to be a casualty of war.
Medics Paul Adams and Lizzie Jarman are one of the most welcome sights to injured soldiers in the war-torn poppy fields of Afghanistan. With red crosses on their arms and medical equipment strapped to their backs, they thunder into battle in a Chinook helicopter – straight into areas everyone else is desperate to get away from.
In the middle of the fiercest fighting British troops have seen since the Falklands War, the medics are the last defence from death on the ground in some corner of a foreign field. But in Afghanistan, where a hostile is only obvious when they raise a weapon, there’s no such thing as a non-combatant. And not all enemies are on the other side.
The Cottage of New Beginnings (Welcome to Thorndale Book 1) (affiliate link)
One crumbling cottage. One broken heart. A chance to start over?
When Annie returns to Thorndale, the village where she spent much of her childhood, she’s looking for a new start. All she wants to do is fix up the cottage her godmother left her, and fix up her broken heart.
When she clashes with local hero, Jon, Annie can’t help but wonder if coming back to Thorndale was a mistake. The village has clearly changed and the last thing she needs is more drama. But avoiding the distractingly handsome Jon is proving impossible, especially when Thorndale seems to be conspiring to throw them together…
Annie is looking for a fresh start with zero romance – but what if the only way to learn to trust again is to take a risk on love?
An Unexpected Home (A Cedarville Novel Book 1) (affiliate link)
How to Work a Room: The Ultimate Guide to Making Lasting Connections–In Person and Online (affiliate link)
Have you ever walked into a roomful of strangers and felt uncomfortable? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone! Over 85% of American adults feel the same way. The solution: How to Work a Room, the fully revised Silver Anniversary edition, which has sold over 1.2 million copies worldwide. Drawing from her vast experiences working with top industry leaders such as Coca-Cola, Apple, the NFL, and UnitedHealth, Susan RoAne presents easy-to-implement strategies to exude more confidence, win over your colleagues, and achieve more. Simple and effective, you’ll learn how to:
approach someone you don’t know, in person or online
remember names (and what to do if you don’t)
start, maintain, and end conversations… graciously
use humor, and when not to do so
follow simple but often unspoken rules of etiquette
The Imam’s Daughter: My Desperate Flight to Freedom (affiliate link)
Hannah Shah is an Imam’s daughter. She lived the life of a devout Muslim in a family of Pakistani Muslims in England, but behind the front door, she was a caged butterfly.
For many years, her father abused her in the cellar of their home. At sixteen, she discovered a plan to send her to Pakistan for an arranged marriage, and she gathered the courage to run away. Relentlessly hunted by her angry father and brothers, who were intent on executing an “honor” killing, she moved from house to house in perpetual fear to escape them. Over time, she converted to Christianity and was able to live and marry as she wished.
Retribution: The Soviet Reconquest of Central Ukraine, 1943 (affiliate link)
Greetings from Witness Protection! (affiliate link)
Nicki Demere is an orphan and a pickpocket. She also happens to be the U.S. Marshals’ best bet to keep a family alive. . . .
The marshals are looking for the perfect girl to join a mother, father, and son on the run from the nation’s most notorious criminals. After all, the bad guys are searching for a family with one kid, not two, and adding a streetwise girl who knows a little something about hiding things may be just what the marshals need.
Nicki swears she can keep the Trevor family safe, but to do so she’ll have to dodge hitmen, cyberbullies, and the specter of standardized testing, all while maintaining her marshal-mandated B-minus average. As she barely balances the responsibilities of her new identity, Nicki learns that the biggest threats to her family’s security might not lurk on the road from New York to North Carolina, but rather in her own past.
What My Sister Knew (affiliate link)
“…currently wanted by the police. If you know anything about the suspect’s whereabouts, please call…”
I look up at the TV screen, and my twin brother’s face is splashed across it, life-size.
It’s a shock that makes my breath catch. This is my brother as an adult, my brother who I last saw fifteen years ago after the fire that killed our parents, covered in soot, clutching a lighter in his hand, his knuckles stark white against the dirt and ash.
Everyone always said he’d grow up to be a heartbreaker. But his face has gone gaunt instead. The stubble on his cheeks and chin is patchy, and his eyes look dull and dark.
Thrive: The Plant-Based Whole Foods Way to Staying Healthy for Life (affiliate link)
Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting (affiliate link)
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