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Just His Secretary (Southern Roots Book 1) (affiliate link)
She’s just his secretary…until he needs someone on his arm to convince his mother that he can take over the family business. Then Callie becomes Dawson’s girlfriend—but just in his text messages…but maybe she’ll start to worm her way into his shriveled heart too.
Dawson Houser makes sure everyone who comes into the office knows I’m “just his secretary.”
Heck, I’ve even said it to suppliers and CEOs when they smile knowingly at the two of us during business meetings. He scowls and grumps around the office afterward, as if the two of us dating is the most ridiculous thing on the planet.
Forever Friend Zoned (affiliate link)
Once the fat kid, but now a personal trainer.
I took all of that crap from the past and turned it into a goldmine.
My body, namely.
And there’s one girl I want that rejected me over and over.
Lucky for me, the beauty is on the heels of a terrible breakup.
Yes. I mean, aww…
Her parents are pushing her to go to the gym to lose some weight. Boy, do I know how that feels. And guess who’s waiting for her when she gets there?
That’s right. Me. The forever friend-zoned guy.
But I have no ill will toward my curvy first love.
I only want what’s best for her. Namely, me. *wink*
Ask Mariah (affiliate link)
Joanna Wingate knows something is missing from her life, something she never dreamed she’d find in a handsome stranger’s children—mischievous six-year-old twin sisters who look up at her adoringly…and call her “Mama.”
Since his wife’s accidental death, Michael Ashton has struggled with his many responsibilities as a single parent to twin daughters who, though they clearly love him, refuse to speak to him. Then he meets Rose and Lily’s new teacher, and his emotions spin out of control. For Joanna Wingate is the mirror image of his late wife.
Bizarre coincidence, a strange destiny…or something altogether different has joined these four lives. The twins believe Mariah—a magical fortune-teller in a crystal ball—has the answers. But only Joanna and Michael’s willingness to confront long-buried secrets can guide their families back to wholeness…and unite them in a love that seems meant to be.
From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen (affiliate link)
Relive: The Journeyer Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
There is a secret order called The Journeyers. They are a group of people that live their lives over and over. For the most part, they keep to themselves and enjoy their special kind of immortality. They have a vested interest in making sure the timeline doesn’t change too much. The only issue is someone with knowledge from the future is making ripples and ripples are never good.
Gerald Holstrom is an inmate at Folsom Prison. He’s served 47 years of his life sentence. He spends every day filled with regret, trying desperately to survive in a world of concrete and barbed wire.
His regrets flood his mind. He’s constantly plagued by visions of the crime he committed when he was only 19. The blood on his hands weighs him down.
How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk (affiliate link)
The renowned #1 New York Times bestselling authors share their advice and expertise with parents and teens in this accessible, indispensable guide to surviving adolescence.
Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish transformed parenting with their breakthrough, bestselling books Siblings Without Rivalry and How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk. Now, they return with this essential guide that tackles the tough issues teens and parents face today.
Filled with straightforward advice and written in their trademark, down-to-earth style sure to appeal to both parents and teens, this all-new volume offers both innovative, easy-to-implement suggestions and proven techniques to build the foundation for lasting relationships.
The Girls of Mischief Bay (affiliate link)
Nicole Lord wants to be a good wife, but there’s a difference between being supportive and supporting her husband, who quit his job to write a screenplay she’s never seen. He won’t even help take care of their son, leaving Nicole to run the house and work full-time.
Sacrificing a personal life for her career is how Shannon Rigg became VP at her firm, but she wonders now whether she made the right choice. An exciting new relationship with a great guy convinces her that it might not be too late—until he drops a bombshell that has her questioning whether she really can have it all.
Although Pam Eiland adores her husband, she feels restless now that the kids are grown. Finding sexy new ways to surprise him brings the heat and humor back to their marriage, but when unexpected change turns her life upside down, she’ll have to redefine herself. Again.
Mobituaries: Great Lives Worth Reliving (affiliate link)
From beloved CBS Sunday Morning correspondent and humorist Mo Rocca, an entertaining and rigorously researched book that celebrates the dead people who have long fascinated him.
Mo Rocca has always loved obituaries—reading about the remarkable lives of global leaders, Hollywood heavyweights, and innovators who changed the world. But not every notable life has gotten the send-off it deserves. His quest to right that wrong inspired Mobituaries, his #1 hit podcast. Now with Mobituaries, the book, he has gone much further, with all new essays on artists, entertainers, sports stars, political pioneers, founding fathers, and more. Even if you know the names, you’ve never understood why they matter…until now.
French Kids Eat Everything is a wonderfully wry account of how Karen Le Billon was able to alter her children’s deep-rooted, decidedly unhealthy North American eating habits while they were all living in France.
At once a memoir, a cookbook, a how-to handbook, and a delightful exploration of how the French manage to feed children without endless battles and struggles with pickiness, French Kids Eat Everything features recipes, practical tips, and ten easy-to-follow rules for raising happy and healthy young eaters—a sort of French Women Don’t Get Fat meets
According to the Department of Labor, the average woman in 1998 was bringing home less than $25,000 a year. For every dollar that a man makes, a woman makes between 50 and 75 cents, and that is hardly news.
But what you may not know is that, quietly and steadily, the number of women making six figures or more is rapidly increasing. Currently, over fifteen million women make $100,000 or more, and the number continues to rise at a rate faster then for men. And these women come from every industry – psychologists, dot com founders, consultants, freelance writers, and even part-timers.