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Caught on Camera (The Davenports Book 1) (affiliate link)
America’s golden boy and a woman with a scarred past trying not to get caught on camera…
JP Davenport was born political royalty.
There’s no escaping the attention always focused on him—no matter how hard he tries.
And when the senate seat needs to be filled, all eyes in the country turn his way.
But he doesn’t want it.
His attention is focused on one thing—Vega, the beautiful videographer trying to score an interview with him.
Despite their instant chemistry, she seems immune to his charms.
The Write Place (Leade Park Book 1) (affiliate link)
Finding love is finding where you belong.
Mackenzie Milcrest–Miss Mac to her students–is a high school English teacher, comfortable with her job, her life, and her place in the world. The only thing she loves more than her students is a good book and a quiet night alone to cozy up and read. She’s happy…
Or, at least, she thinks she is.
Daniel Evans is a world-famous writer—and for good reason. Over ten years ago, when he was still a teenager, his first book became a runaway hit, and readers have not stopped asking for more ever since. Now, a decade later, he’s rich. Charming. Handsome…
He’s also suffering from a massive writer’s block.
The Write Time: A (Leade Park Book 2) (affiliate link)
You can’t love someone else until you learn to love yourself.
If anyone had asked her nine years ago, Jenny Green would have said she was ready to settle down into domestic bliss. She had a boyfriend, a job teaching English at the local high school, and everything was falling into place.
Except the guy was wrong, the job was hard, and everything was actually falling apart.
Enter Ben Allouer: the strong, sexy wrestling coach who probably would have asked Jenny on a date the moment he met her, if it weren’t for that other guy.
But even when Jenny is single, a series of stumbles keep her and Ben apart, and when Jenny begins to fill the gaps with drunken escapades and one night stands, Ben is forced to watch from the sidelines.
Maddie Swallows Mysteries: A Duet (A Maddie Swallows Mystery) (affiliate link)
Green chile has never been more dangerous.
Psychologist Maddie Swallows’ decision to return to New Mexico seemed like a good idea at the time, considering the divorce and her two teenagers she’d dragged along for the ride.
But that was before the New Year’s Eve party she was guilt-tripped into attending. Before a member of the town council wound up dead and everyone at the party became a suspect. And before she was forced to unravel the secrets of her former hometown in order to clear her name.
Of course, with the help of two precocious teenagers and one meddling mother, the real murderer doesn’t stand a chance.
Lights Out Super Boxset: EMP Survival in a Powerless World (affiliate link)
Surviving the Collapse
Captain Kate Holloway moved her family to New York to start over, and break the barriers that her work had created. But when an EMP brings New York to its knees, Kate must fight to survive amid the terror descending upon the city and rescue her family.
Millions of citizens have been thrust into the unknown, breeding fear into the minds and souls of those seeking to survive. Wren Burton, an architect from Chicago, has been engulfed by the chaotic aftermath of an EMP blast. Her family is injured. The enemy is unknown. And help is nowhere to be found.
The Crowlands (affiliate link)
Sara’s on the run and she’s found the perfect place to hide…..
Sara Robinson – gambling addict, liar, thief – lived a hand-to-mouth existence in a dingy flat in London. Now she’s running for her life after the chance to make some easy money goes horribly wrong. She has three things which might save her – a passport in someone else’s name, a ticket to Australia and a suitcase full of cash.
Sara finds herself the custodian of a crumbling Victorian mansion known as Crowlands House, once a children’s home in the rural town of Ararat. At first, the airy property seems cool and welcoming in the harsh Australian sunlight. It’s a private haven where Sara can forget about what happened in London, and a place to escape the hostile local townsfolk.
But there are things in the house that aren’t quite right. And Sara can’t ignore them forever.
Situationship: A (affiliate link)
Teagan Bianchi has survived a road trip with rambunctious toddler twins and a large mutt named Garbage Disposal. She clings to a tattered scrap of hope that moving into her late grandmother’s house is the best way to repair her failing business—and the sad shreds of her life—after the man who promised her forever lost everything they had. But she’s barely arrived when she finds herself face to face with her teenage crush, now an irresistible man—who still happens to live next door . . .
Veterinarian Colin West is closer to being an empty nester than a soccer dad. His marriage lasted only long enough to give him his beloved daughter, and he has no regrets. But as she readies for college, Colin contemplates his own future—which is, of course, exactly when his past shows up, as gorgeous as ever, and twice as fascinating. But Teagan torpedoed his plans once before. Is he crazy to consider letting her into his life again? Is Teagan ready to admit what she’s really afraid of? Could this unexpected “situationship” be forever?
Deadly Sins (Riley Sullivan Mystery Book 1) (affiliate link)
A suspect in a serial homicide. A hard-headed detective out for revenge. The private eye who stands between them. Private investigator Riley Sullivan is a woman on a mission to find the missing wife of a man she once loved and prove he’s not responsible for the murdered women found floating in the river. Det. Lucas Morgan is the lead homicide detective intent on stopping her.
Can the two put their past aside to find the missing woman and stop a serial killer terrorizing an upscale suburb? Riley must battle her own emotional demons to untangle a web of lies, find a killer, and keep herself from becoming the final victim.
The incredible story of a 1958 murder that ended with the last woman to ever be executed in California—a murder so twisted it seems ripped from a Greek tragedy.
Deborah Larkin was only ten years old when the quiet calm of her California suburb was shattered. Thirty miles north, on a quiet November night in Santa Barbara, a pregnant nurse named Olga Duncan disappeared from her apartment. The mystery deepens when it is discovered that Olga’s mother in-law—a deeply manipulative and deceptive woman—had been doing everything in her power to separate Olga and her son, Frank, prior to Olga’s disappearance.
From a forged annulment to multiple attempts to hire people to “get rid” of Olga, to a faked excoriation case, Elizabeth seemed psychopathically attached to her son. Yet she denied having anything to do with Olga’s disappearance with a smile.
An Appalachian Summer (affiliate link)
In 1933 Louisville, Kentucky, even the ongoing economic depression cannot keep Piper Danson’s parents from insisting on a debut party. After all, their fortune came through the market crash intact, and they’ve picked out the perfect suitor for their daughter. Braxton Crandall can give her the kind of life she’s used to. The only problem? This is not the man–or the life–she really wants.
When Piper gets the opportunity to volunteer as a horseback Frontier Nursing courier in the Appalachian Mountains for the summer, she jumps at the chance to be something other than a dutiful daughter or a kept wife in a loveless marriage. The work is taxing, the scenery jaw-droppingly gorgeous, and the people she meets along the way open up a whole new world to her. The longer she stays, the more an advantageous marriage slips from her grasp. But something much more precious–true love–is drawing ever closer.
Cemetery World and Destiny Doll (affiliate link)
After a disastrous planet-wide war, Earth is nothing more than an elite graveyard—but Fletcher Carson is venturing back in search of a vital bounty. Fletcher, a former artist, is joined by a sentient machine, an ancient, powerful robot, and a treasure-seeking beauty. They soon discover that Earth harbors more than the carefully groomed tombstones. In the wild land beyond the cemetery there are dangerous machines, mutant creatures, and even humans who never left their home planet.
When a team of explorers is beckoned to a strange planet, it closes around them like a Venus flytrap. Assailed by strange perils and even stranger temptations, the small group struggles to survive as, surrounded by creatures of myth and mystery, they are stalked by a deadly nemesis. Even more peculiar is the little wooden painted doll that offers them salvation . . . or damnation.
An enlightening biography and gripping sports narrative that takes us behind the scenes into the lives of some of the world’s most elite runners in Kenya and their coach, Patrick Sang.
At a secluded training camp in Kaptagat, Kenya, a small town nearly 8,000 feet above sea level in the Great Rift Valley, three-dozen world-class runners, including Olympic champions, world record holders and the fastest marathoner of all-time, share simple dormitory-style rooms and endure grueling workouts six days a week.
These determined, devoted, and selfless runners are who they are because of a man named Patrick Sang. One of the greatest—and least-heralded coaches in the sport—Sang is described by his athletes as a “life coach.”