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Dating Mr. Darcy (Love Manor Romantic Comedy Book 1) (affiliate link)
What’s a reality TV dating show and Mr. Darcy got in common? Me, that’s what.
Picture this: I’m a contestant on a reality dating show. Me, chasing love? Oh, I’ve got much grander plans than that. My activewear line needs some serious spotlight, and apparently, this show is the ticket. But let’s get real, is being paired with a Mr. Darcy knockoff really the price I have to pay?
That would be a deeply regretful yes.
Now, let’s talk about Sebastian Huntington-Ross, the wannabe Mr. Darcy. This guy is straight out of a Jane Austen novel, like they plucked him from the pages and plopped him right on set. Dark features, chiseled jawline, shoulders that could block out the sun, and an English accent that could melt glaciers. But guess what? Beyond those looks, he’s got an ego the size of a hot air balloon, arrogance that could win awards, and a smugness that could power a small city.
The MacLomain Series (Books 1-4) (affiliate link)
Cupcakes for My Orc Enemy: Sweet Monster Treats (affiliate link)
Her grumpy orc neighbor has the best buns in town – and his baked goods aren’t bad either!
When Elara flees corporate life to open a coffee shop in the small southern town of Fairhaven Falls, the last thing she is looking for is a relationship. But when she meets Grondar, the gruff orc owner of the bakery next door, sparks fly. Literally.
Grondar has been burned by human females before. He has no intention of letting the feisty little female next door get under his skin – no matter how attractive he finds her. And it certainly doesn’t mean he’s going to let her get away with sabotaging his business.
Despite their disastrous first meeting, Elara still finds herself having inappropriately heated thoughts about the massive orc next door. It doesn’t help that every time he stomps over to lecture her she ends up in his arms!
Welcome to Seabury (affiliate link)
Welcome to Seabury – where everyone knows everyone, the average tourist hasn’t got a clue it even exists, and that’s just how the locals like it!
Kate Hardy really doesn’t like change. Why would she when life’s pretty much perfect as it is?
She’s lived in the gorgeous coastal town of Seabury all her life – well, apart from that three-month blip in London – but she doesn’t like to think about that.
Now she’s back where she belongs – running her tiny seafront cafe, The Sardine, with her rescue dog Stanley at her side, and the occasional romantic (though decidedly brief) visit from a certain gorgeous French fisherman.
A rebellious princess. A cursed rogue. A forbidden love that will bring a kingdom to its knees.
As niece of the king, Elise Lysander cares about two things: sneaking into gambling dens, and avoiding an advantageous marriage at all costs.
When her uncle holds the life of her deathly-ill father over her head, reluctantly, Elise puts her fate into the hands of Legion Grey, the handsome and mysterious dowry negotiator. He may be arrogant and infuriating, but soon Legion incites a blistering, forbidden passion she can’t ignore.
As their attraction grows, so do the dangers: attacks from black-eyed people, a cursed enemy who is more beast than man, and rumors of fae returning for the crown they believe was stolen from them long ago.
The Monster Movies of Universal Studios (affiliate link)
In 1931 Universal Studios released Dracula starring Bela Lugosi. This box office success was followed by a string of films featuring macabre characters and chilling atmospherics, including Frankenstein, The Mummy, and The Invisible Man. With each new film, Universal established its place in the Hollywood firmament as the leading producer of horror films, a status it enjoyed for more than twenty years.
In The Monster Movies of Universal Studios, James L. Neibaur examines the key films produced by the studio from the early 1930s through the mid-1950s. In each entry, Neibaur recounts the movie’s production, provides critical commentary, considers the film’s commercial reception, and offers an overall assessment of the movie’s significance. Neibaur also examines the impact these films had on popular culture, an influence that resonates in the cinema of fear today.
Love at Lakewood Med (Lakewood Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book (affiliate link)
The Great Mistake (affiliate link)
In an elaborate house known as the Cloisters, Maud Wainwright rules supreme. The queen of society in the small town of Beverly, she has a table long enough to seat one hundred, and she keeps an iron grip on the guest list. Her right-hand woman is Pat Abbott, a local girl who is beautiful, innocent, and kind. Pat has no idea how cutthroat high society can be, but she’s about to get a deadly first lesson.
Pat has fallen head over heels in love with Maud’s son, Tony, a clever young rake with a single flaw: his vicious, gold-digging wife. At the same time that she is dangerously infatuated with a married man, Pat’s world is turned upside down by a series of attacks on the estate—and a truly shocking murder. To save Tony and Maud, Pat must find the killer. But the list of suspects is as long as one of Maud’s guest lists: When a woman has room at her table for one hundred friends, she’ll have more than her share of enemies.
The Richest Man in Babylon (affiliate link)
Be all that you are capable of, as you fill your conscious and subconscious mind, heart, and soul, with positive energy and life-enhancing ideas. Start your journey of self-discovery and be on your way to accumulating all of the riches that you desire.
As you welcome a new financial empowerment, learn:
• How to acquire money, keep it, and put it to work to make even more money • The secret to financial success • Why “paying yourself first” will increase your savings • How to save while you’re paying down debt • How to attract “good luck” • The best investments for your future • Why it’s easy to manage your own finances
Lincoln Rhyme: A Mysterious Profile (affiliate link)
The line between the disabled and the non-disabled is shrinking. Computers, video cameras, high-definition monitors, biometric devices and voice recognition software have moved my life closer to that of somebody who’s fully able bodied, while the same technology is creating a more sedentary, house-bound life for those who have no disability whatsoever. From what I’ve read, I lead a more active life than a lot of people nowadays.
Winner of multiple awards including the Edgar Grand Master, Jeffery Deaver presents a tale and a brief biography of the quadriplegic crime-scene expert who provides his services to the New York Police Department—as well as federal and international law enforcement—from his well-equipped home lab on Central Park West . . .