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Betrayal (Infidelity Book 1) (affiliate link)
One week. No future. No past. No more.
Alexandria Collins has one week to live carefree—no ghosts of her past or pressures of her future haunting her. Reinventing herself as “Charli,” she is knocked off her feet by a sexy, mysterious man who brings her pleasure like she never imagined. With her heart at stake, she forgets that decisions made in the dark of night reappear in the bright light of day.
“Some of my tastes are unique. They aren’t for everyone. I understand that.”
Lennox “Nox” Demetri is wealthy, confident, and decisive–he knows what he wants. From the first time he sees Charli at an exclusive resort, he knows he wants her. Although he is usually the one to make the rules, together they agree on one:
The New Asian Cookbook: From Seoul to Jakarta (affiliate link)
Korean Glass Noodles
Kongnamool (Soybean Sprouts)
Zucchini In Korea
Korean BBQ Short Ribs
Gal-Bi (Korean Ribs)
Red Pepper Potatoes
Crab Cakes In Korea
Corn and Cashew Hummus
Satay Ayam (Indo Chicken with Peanut Sauce)
Prawn Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice and Shrimp In Sauce)
Jemput Jumput (Indo Banana Fritters II)
Chicken & Broccoli
Indo-Chinese Sate (Meat Kabobs)
Telur Balado (Spicy Indonesian Eggs)
Ayam Masak Merah (Spicy Tomato Chicken)
Much, much more!
Stolen by Darkness: The Dark Fae Trilogy Book One (affiliate link)
College was supposed to be my new beginning. Getting abducted by Fae was NOT how I wanted to start my freshman year…
Turns out there is a curse on the Seelie Court, and they need a human female to break it. One problem, it’s a competition to the death for the right to marry Fae royalty…and I happen to fit all the criteria.
The second problem? The handsome young Prince has desire in his eyes for me, but twenty-three other women will kill to survive. I need a way out of this, as I’m no one’s forced bride…
Summer at Blue Sands Cove (Glorious Summer Book 1) (affiliate link)
Quinn and the Vanishing Bride (Liam Quinn Mysteries Book 4) (affiliate link)
A missing bride. A broken heart. A private eye with style…
Quinn’s new client is delusional. But that doesn’t mean he’s crazy…
The Philly detective isn’t even sure he’s on a real case. The man’s wife is missing, if she exists. A demented doctor is taking potshots. And Panamanian killers are on the warpath. Then again, it’s a pretty normal week for Quinn…
MURDER and the MORTICIAN (Psychic Last Responder Book 1) (affiliate link)
They dropped a corpse in her driveway. Will her unusual gifts help her deliver justice and lay the deceased to rest?
Perrie Spock has made a career out of being comfortable around cadavers. So the skilled Oklahoma undertaker barely bats an eye when the body of a young woman is dumped outside her funeral home in the small hours. But it feels less like a regular workday when she begins to receive beyond-the grave pleas from the newly arrived stiff.
With more shocking ghostly messages driving her to investigate further, Perrie reluctantly teams up with the local sheriff to solve the crime. And though she’s still in denial over her own growing psychic powers, a parade of suspects and disturbing small-town secrets are starting to give her the supernatural chills…
Lingo: Around Europe in Sixty Languages (affiliate link)
Take a trip of the tongue across the continent in this fascinating, hilarious and highly edifying exploration of the many ways and whys of Euro-speaks—its idiosyncrasies, its histories, commonalities, and differences.
Most European languages are descended from a single ancestor, a language not unlike Sanskrit known as Proto-Indo-European (or PIE for short), but the continent’s ever-changing borders and cultures have given rise to a linguistic and cultural diversity that is too often forgotten in discussions of Europe as a political entity. Lingo takes us into today’s remote mountain villages of Switzerland, where Romansh is still the lingua franca, to formerly Soviet Belarus, a country whose language was Russified by the Bolsheviks, to Sweden, where up until the 1960s polite speaking conventions required that one never use the word “you.”
How to Chase a Duke Away: A Novel (affiliate link)
Despite it being a constant inconvenience to the people around her, Theodosia is set on finding a love match. When her best friend’s father disappears and a new Duke takes up the mantle, she has to leave all thoughts of the marriage mart behind and be a good friend. Sabotaging and irritating the new Duke out of the house seems a harmless enough plan at the beginning, but the man doesn’t look bothered. More like he is enjoying it…
Neil Cluett, the newly appointed Duke of Fernside, has a lot on his plate. With three unmarried ladies under his care suddenly, the previous Duke’s debts to settle, and a whole new world to get accustomed to, a distraction might be ill-advised but it is certainly welcomed. Especially when it has the form of a beautiful young lady full of mischief.
40: A Doonesbury Retrospective 1990 to 1999 (affiliate link)
On October 26, 1970, G.B. Trudeau introduced the world to a college jock named B.D. and his inept and geeky roommate, Mike Doonesbury. Fourteen thousand strips later, Doonesbury has become one of the most beloved and acclaimed comic strips in history. Over the years, the world of Doonesbury grew uniquely vast, sustained by an intricately woven web of relationships—over forty major characters spanning three generations.
The complete 40: A Doonesbury Anthology presents more than 1,800 comic strips that chart key adventures and cast connections over the last four decades.
From Gay to Z: A Queer Compendium (affiliate link)
This illustrated compendium celebrates LGBTQIA+ history and culture, written by and according to culture icon Justin Elizabeth Sayre!
Based on Sayre’s five-part show in New York City, From Gay to Z is a humorous collection of the rich legacy of gay culture, told through the letters of the alphabet. From ABBA to addiction, hair and makeup to HIV, Fannie Flagg to fierce, Sayre offers their own perspective on the things that have influenced gay culture today, including iconic figures, historical moments, ongoing issues in the LGBTQIA+ community, and everything in between. As gay culture is always evolving and different for everyone, this book does not serve as a definitive guide—instead, Sayre encourages readers to use this knowledge to reflect on the things that have informed their personal identities.
When It’s Real (affiliate link)
Under ordinary circumstances, Oakley Ford and Vaughn Bennett would never even cross paths.
There’s nothing ordinary about Oakley. This bad-boy pop star’s got Grammy awards, millions of fangirls and a reputation as a restless, too-charming troublemaker. But with his home life disintegrating, his music well suddenly running dry and the tabloids having a field day over his outrageous exploits, Oakley needs to show the world he’s settling down—and who better to help him than Vaughn, a part-time waitress trying to help her family get by? The very definition of ordinary.
The Intelligent Gardener: Growing Nutrient-Dense Food (affiliate link)
To grow produce of the highest nutritional quality, the essential minerals lacking in our soil from intensive agriculture must be replaced. The Intelligent Gardener is the practical, step-by-step guide for any serious gardener who wants to:
· Demystify this process
· Debunk much of the false and misleading information perpetuated by both the conventional and organic agricultural movements
· Re-mineralize our soil.
Accompanied with customizable web-based spreadsheets, this toolkit calls for far more attention to detail than the simple addition of composted manure or NPK fertilizers. It conclusively establishes the link between healthy soil, healthy food, and healthy people.