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Once Upon A Real Good Time (Heartbreakers Book 1) (affiliate link)
The night I met Campbell all I knew was he played my body the same way he strummed a guitar — like he owned it. Now I’ve learned he’s the man coming to my house twice a week to teach my kid — the best music lessons money can buy.
Time to turn down the volume on the late-night shenanigans with the sexy single dad.
All we have to do is set some rules and no one gets hurt. It’s all working out beautifully.
Until we start breaking the rules, one by one.
Secret Papers: Mike & Peter FBI agents #46 (affiliate link)
Mike and Peter get ready to drive over to Dr. Walter Ballard’s ranch to find out what is happening. Of course, all the animals beat them to the car. Mike realizes they may need all the help they can get. He doesn’t have time to argue with the animals.
They are ambushed when they reach the ranch with no clue as to why. They dig deeper into the problem.
The young woman with the little girl who needs surgery shows up at the ranch, desperate for help and it’s not for the surgery. She found some papers that pointed to a deadly conspiracy. Now she and her daughter are running for their lives.
Mike and Peter slowly figure out what is going on.
Dating Roulette (affiliate link)
There’s only one rule – Don’t commit a dating sin.
Seven chances to win my heart.
It’s not hard –
Don’t put ketchup on your eggs.
Don’t wear tasseled loafers.
For the love of all that’s Holy, don’t ogle the waitress.
Yet no one can get it right.
Mould: A Liam Tate Supernatural Thriller #1 (affiliate link)
Liam sees black mould when no one else can. It covers the walls whenever ghosts are near. Cleaning doesn’t work, and the stench of rotten food never goes away.
Now, the only thing that shuts out the mould, the malicious dead, is alcohol.
But the demonic forces keep calling to him, drawing him back to his childhood home and the dark presence in the basement.
To lead a normal life, he must ignore his past and resist his extraordinary gifts—otherwise the grey-haired woman will finish what she started.
Pastels and Jingle Bells (Heavenly Bites Novella #1) (affiliate link)
Echo Park (Pauline Ocean, Medium Mysteries Book 1) (affiliate link)
Pauline Ocean is a psychic and world-class medium, specializing in helping spirits move on. She also has a knack for solving mysteries.
When Julie, a new client, comes to her about a disturbing recurring dream, Pauline soon realizes this is no ordinary case—especially when a body turns up.
As the mystery unfolds, Pauline soon finds herself on the trail of hidden secrets, dangerous enemies, and decades-old murders.
The life of a real psychic medium is always an adventure—and always jam-packed with both the living and the dead.
Pauline Ocean would have it no other way.
Experience a taste of the island life in your own backyard with fifty flavor-packed and family-friendly barbecue recipes, including Grilled Garlic Shrimp, Soy Maple Salmon, and much more! You don’t have to go on vacation to enjoy the tropical flavors of the Pacific! With The ‘Ohana Grill Cookbook, you can have your own personal luau every night with delicious recipes made for your outdoor grill.
Written by two Honolulu-based writers, this book uses their island upbringing to explore the diverse cultures and flavors that make up Hawaiian grilling. ‘Ono (delicious) recipes include:—Grilled Mahi Mahi—Kalua Pork Quesadillas—Grilled S’mores—And much more! Whether you’re new to lighting the grate or an experienced BBQ chef, these accessible recipes will bring the flavors of Hawai‘i to your taste buds, regardless of where you live.
Son of the City: A Memoir (affiliate link)
You might not know his name—but you’ve heard his work.
Dante Ross, born and raised by political activists on New York’s pregentrified Lower East Side, would play a pivotal role in the golden age of hip-hop. Named as one of Complex Magazine’s Top 25 Greatest Hip-Hop A&Rs, Ross got his start at Tommy Boy Records, where he would sign and handle the careers of De La Soul and Queen Latifah. At Elektra Records, he would go on to sign Brand Nubian, Grand Puba, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, KMD, Busta Rhymes, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
As a producer, he has worked on a range of hit records by artists such as 3rd Bass, Del the Funky Homosapien, Run-DMC, and Everlast—including the multi-platinum album Whitey Ford Sings the Blues and the gold follow-up, Eat at Whitey’s. Ross earned a Grammy in 1999 for his production work on Carlos Santana’s Supernatural and also produced and cowrote two songs featuring Macy Gray and Young Z for the soundtrack to Eminem’s 8 Mile.
Dismas Hardy: A Mysterious Profile (Mysterious Profiles) (affiliate link)
In 1989, everyman Dismas Hardy debuted in John Lescroart’s mystery, Dead Irish. It’s a story millions of readers have enjoyed, along with other entries in the New York Times–bestselling series. But a tale they may not know is how Lescroat invented the ex-Marine, ex-cop, and ex-lawyer turned sleuth.
In this brief autobiographical essay, Lescroart details the development of Dismas Hardy, as well as his own career. He discusses his attempt to be a “serious” novelist, his stint as the lead singer of a band, and his struggle to get published. He also talks about how he realized he was meant to be a writer (and not working a “regular” nine-to-five) and how Dismas’s adventures almost didn’t become the series readers love.
A timeless treasury of more than 100 stories from the incredible kingdom of plants, told by author and nature expert Ben Hoare.
Plants are found almost everywhere on Earth, but to many people their lives are a mystery. Learn how seagrass flowers underwater, how the Venus flytrap counts to make sure it catches its prey, and why some tulips used to cost more than a house! This fascinating book for kids explores the vast plant kingdom and explains how plants work, as well as the weird and wonderful relationships they have with animals.
Children can discover the secrets of more than 100 amazing plants in this treasury of fascinating flora, as well as the essentials of plant science, including photosynthesis, pollination, and germination. Each species is shown with remarkable photography and beautiful illustrations, all brought to life by Ben Hoare’s writing, filled with charm and infectious enthusiasm.
The Driver’s Seat (New Directions Paperbook) (affiliate link)
The Driver’s Seat, Spark’s own favorite among her many novels, was hailed by the New Yorker as “her spiny and treacherous masterpiece.”
Driven mad by an office job, Lise flies south on holiday ― in search of passionate adventure and sex. In this metaphysical shocker, infinity and eternity attend Lise’s last terrible day in the unnamed southern city that is her final destination.
Suited for Love (Sticks & Stones Beach Book 1) (affiliate link)
You’d think a town called Friendly would be, well, friendlier.
As a lowly junior buyer for a trendy boutique in NYC, I dream of opening a store that will carry beautiful clothes for women of all body types. So, when I inherit beachfront property from a great-aunt I never knew existed, it’s a dream come true. There’s just one problem: my handsome new neighbor has plans to expand his own business—and he needs my building to do it.
Tuck’s a local. I’m an outsider. With the whole town against me, I may as well pack my bags and leave.
But that’s not my style.
I won’t give up without a fight. But Tuck has a few tricks up his sleeve, too—including spine-melting kisses that I can’t seem to resist.