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My Summer With The Senator (The Senator’s Series) (affiliate link)
Not Happy Campers (Road Trip to Love) (affiliate link)
The only thing worse than being stuck in an RV with your enemy? Having to pretend you’re madly in love.
Lance Blakeman is an up-and-coming literary agent with a chance to represent the biggest horror writer since Stephen King. Unfortunately, the client doesn’t want to work with a bachelor. Lance needs a fiancée—fast.
Lainey Fredrickson is a struggling artist making ends meet by waitressing at a local diner. Or, she had been, until pretty boy Lance got her fired for accidentally spilling a beer on him. The way he carried on, you’d think she had deliberately doused him with radioactive waste. Now, she has exactly $4.23 to her name—not enough for an iced latte, let alone rent.
When Lance offers Lainey cash to pose as his fiancée, she can’t afford to say no, even if it means spending a week in a cramped RV with him. But can they fool the client without fooling themselves? There’s a fine line between love and hate. And with kisses this sweet, the line is bound to get blurred.
Eventide (Brandon Mattson Mysteries Book 1) (affiliate link)
A young woman is savagely murdered on a popular beach near Forks, WA.
A year after his brother is killed in the line of duty, former homicide detective Brandon Mattson returns to Forks, WA to take command of his hometown’s fledgling police force.
Brandon’s respite from homicide is short-lived when a body washes ashore on the nearby Quileute Reservation. Vicious fang marks and a series of ominous vampire-related graffiti point to members of a local blood-sucking cult. But Brandon is not so sure wannabe vampires are to blame, and it soon becomes evident that more than one person had reason to murder the young woman.
Balancing the investigation and small-town politics while raising his fifteen-year-old daughter, Brandon is running out of time to solve the case before the bloodthirsty killer claims another victim.
The Accidental Superheroine (Team Quantum Book 1) (affiliate link)
An explosion at CERN unleashes two powerful new superheroes…
And one dastardly villain.
Life isn’t so terrible for newly-coined physicist Mira Verborgen when she’s chosen for a cushy internship at CERN, located at the France-Switzerland border.
After all, she gets to work side by side with dreamy physicist, Giancarlo Colombo…
And be on the cutting edge the latest, greatest particle accelerator experiments.
That is, until she’s inadvertent a part of a megalomaniac Russian scientist’s own energy experiment.
Instead of exploring her budding relationship with Giancarlo, their relationship’s cut short along with their material existence.
Indeed, the pair develop a startling mutation…
A mutation that puts them in the crosshairs of Swiss, French, and American governments―not to mention the dastardly Dr. Orlov.
The Two Gentlemen of Altona (Playing the Fool Book 1) (affiliate link)
Mischief, thou art afoot.
Special Agent Ryan “Mac” McGuinness is having a rough week. Not only is he on a new diet, but he’s also been tasked with keeping Henry Page — the world’s most irritating witness — alive. Which is tough when Mac’s a breath away from killing the Shakespeare-quoting, ethically-challenged, egg-obsessed Henry himself. Unless killing isn’t really what Mac wants to do to him.
Con man Henry Page prefers to keep his distance from the law . . . though he wouldn’t mind getting a little closer to uptight, handsome Agent McGuinness. As the sole witness to a mob hit, Henry’s a valuable asset to the FBI. But he’s got his own agenda, and it doesn’t involve testifying.
When evidence surfaces of a mole in the FBI office, Mac and Henry are forced to go into hiding. Holed up in a fishing cabin, they’re surprised to discover that their feelings run more than skin deep. But as the mob closes in, Henry has to make his escape. And Mac has to decide how far he’s willing to go to keep Henry by his side.
Indian Summer (Earl Town Book 1) (affiliate link)
Private Investigator, Earl Town, is hired by a beautiful young professional to find her boss, a financial executive who disappeared amid negotiations on a billion-dollar merger. The case presents Earl with no shortage of possibilities. Is someone trying to scuttle the deal? Did the man with a notorious wandering eye get bumped off by an angry husband or jealous rival? Or perhaps, the stressed-out playboy simply headed off to a warm beach with a sizzling beach bunny.
The mystery leads the PI from Boston to Indian Head, a historic yacht club on the Long Island Sound, and the upper East Side of Manhattan. High society views Town as a rube, an assumption that the “wily sleuth protagonist” (Kirkus Reviews) cultivates and uses to his advantage. When Earl determines foul play is at hand, his chief suspects are the man’s co-workers and fellow yachters, all of whom are proud members of America’s modern-day aristocracy. They don’t much like the PI interfering in their business, and along the way, they’ll mock, bludgeon, and even seduce him, but perhaps their gravest error will be to underestimate him.
The best-selling workbook and grammar guide, revised and updated!
Hailed as one of the best books around for teaching grammar, The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation includes easy-to-understand rules, abundant examples, dozens of reproducible exercises, and pre- and post-tests to help teach grammar to middle and high schoolers, college students, ESL students, homeschoolers, and more. This concise, entertaining workbook makes learning English grammar and usage simple and fun. This updated Twelfth Edition reflects the latest updates to English usage and grammar and features a two-color design and lay-flat binding for easy photocopying.
Clear and concise, with easy-to-follow explanations, offering “just the facts” on English grammar, punctuation, and usage
Fully updated to reflect the latest rules, along with quizzes and pre- and post-tests to help teach grammar
Ideal for students from seventh grade through adulthood in the US and abroad
For anyone who wants to understand the major rules and subtle guidelines of English grammar and usage, The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation offers comprehensive, straightforward instruction.
Have you ever had a goodbye lasting more than four hours? Do you lack the emotional capacity to say “I love you” so you just tell your loved ones to “watch out for deer”? Have you apologized to a stranger because she stepped on your foot? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance you’re a Midwesterner—or a Midwesterner at heart.
Even if you answered no, you probably know someone who held the door for you from two football fields away. He likely waved at you and said, “Hey there,” like you organized the church bar crawl together. That was a Midwesterner in the wild. We understand that your interaction was strange—but it’s likely to get stranger. Don’t wait until they stick their head in your second-floor window to invite you over for a perch fry because they climbed on your roof to clean your gutters. There’s no need to pull the pepper spray; this species is helpful by nature. And the relationship could be very symbiotic—but only if you let it happen. And that’s where this book comes into play.
Mockingbird (affiliate link)
Before Mrs. Beeton and well before Julia Child, there was Eliza Acton, who changed the course of cookery writing forever.
England, 1835. London is awash with thrilling new ingredients, from rare spices to exotic fruits. But no one knows how to use them. When Eliza Acton is told by her publisher to write a cookery book instead of the poetry she loves, she refuses—until her bankrupt father is forced to flee the country. As a woman, Eliza has few options. Although she’s never set foot in a kitchen, she begins collecting recipes and teaching herself to cook. Much to her surprise she discovers a talent – and a passion – for the culinary arts.
Eliza hires young, destitute Ann Kirby to assist her. As they cook together, Ann learns about poetry, love and ambition. The two develop a radical friendship, breaking the boundaries of class while creating new ways of writing recipes. But when Ann discovers a secret in Eliza’s past, and finds a voice of her own, their friendship starts to fray.
Turn your home into a Montessori home—and become a more mindful, attentive, and easygoing parent.
It’s time to change the way we see toddlers. Using the principles developed by the educator Dr. Maria Montessori, Simone Davies shows how to turn life with a “terrible two” into a mutually rich and rewarding time of curiosity, learning, respect, and discovery.
With hundreds of practical ideas for every aspect of living with a toddler, here are five principles for feeding your child’s natural curiosity, from “Trust in the child” to “Fostering a sense of wonder.” Step-by-step ways to cultivate daily routines with ease, like brushing teeth, toilet-training, dealing with siblings, losing the pacifier.
In Super Attractor, Gabrielle Bernstein lays out the essential methods for manifesting a life beyond your wildest dreams.
This book is a journey of remembering where your true power lies. You’ll learn how to co-create the life you want. You’ll accept that life can flow, that attracting is fun, and that you don’t have to work so hard to get what you want. Most important, you’ll feel good. And when you feel good, you’ll give off a presence of joy that elevates everyone around you.
Super Attractor is a manifesto for confidently claiming your desires. In these pages, you’ll learn how to:
• Do less and attract more
• Relax and trust that what you desire is on the way
• Know that spiritual guidance is available to you at all times
• Feel a sense of awe each day as you witness miracles unfold