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STOLEN IN THE NIGHT (affiliate link)
What really happened that night?
They said he killed her sister.
TWENTY YEARS AGO.
Tess’s heart pounds and she rubs her eyes, wondering if she is really awake or in a nightmare. Her sister Phoebe’s blue eyes are wide with fear, a dirty hand with ragged fingernails covering her mouth. Pressed against Phoebe’s neck is a knife that makes a dent in her skin.
“If you make one peep or tell anybody, I’ll kill your sister here. Do you understand me?” the man hisses at her.
Nine-year-old Tess DeGraff is the only witness to the knife-point kidnapping of her teenage sister, Phoebe, at the beautiful lakeside New Hampshire campsite where she’s staying with their parents and brother.
Phoebe’s body is found two days later and a local offender is arrested. The trial lasts only three days after Tess describes the abductor and points to him in court.
The Cupcake Cottage (Hockey Sweethearts Book 1) (affiliate link)
NHL player Maverick Blades could fall in love with anyone…
But he had to fall for a woman who falls under the Bro Code as untouchable—his best friend’s beautiful ex, Daisy-Mae Ray.
Anyway, he’s pretty sure she’d steer clear of a guy like him since the papers have made a mess of his reputation. Good guy, wrong place, wrong time…
Daisy-Mae knows Maverick isn’t the man everyone believes he is. But how can she, a small town nobody, fix his image and help his team?
She can’t. Except she just told off his team’s publicists, demanding they fix Maverick’s image.
And now she’s been hired to deal with him.
Black-Eyed Nick: An Historical Murder Mystery (Agatha Aston Book 1) (affiliate link)
A smart female sleuth and a lovelorn Basset hound…
It’s 1876 and a dead body is found near the mansion of Lady Agatha Aston in Grosvenor Square, London.
The newly formed Detective Branch at Scotland Yard is baffled by the series of grisly murders that seem to come straight from the pages of a ‘penny dreadful’. Who is the demon stalking the streets of London?
Lady Agatha takes matters in hand, ably supported by golf fanatic friend, Betty Stevens, former school hockey captain, ‘Sausage’ Gossage and Talleyrand, her unlucky-in-love Basset hound.
The Driftwood Inn (Cape Canaveral North Book 1) (affiliate link)
Miranda Cole has it all— married nearly thirty years, with four grown children nearby who are happily living their own lives, and The Driftwood Inn, the bed-and-breakfast she’s owned for fifteen years. Business at The Inn has been so good, in fact, that construction has begun on six new luxury suites and other improvements that will fulfill Miranda’s dreams for the property. The work should be complete by the end of the year, just in time for the annual holiday gala Miranda hosts for her family, staff and local business owners who’ve helped make The Inn such a success. Could life get any more perfect?
Okay, maybe it could. If Miranda’s twin sons would fall in love and fill her arms with grandbabies, that would do the trick. Or if her eldest daughter’s marriage would sail through its current troubled waters. Or if her youngest daughter would hurry up and join her in running the family business.
Jilted (affiliate link)
As she sat on the steps in her back yard, she determined to fulfill a childhood dream and go to the ocean cottage she reserved for their wedding trip. It was not exactly how she planned to spend her honeymoon, but it was something she always wanted to do. Many of the people she met along the way helped her to adjust to her new reality.
The excitement of experiencing her lifelong dream, Valerie blossomed as she explored the shore of Edgewater Cove until she met Rachael, a woman able to identify with the jilted bride.
Invaded (affiliate link)
A planet of women invaded by an army of men.
A queen conquered by a warrior’s obsession.
Like all women of Cytherea, Queen Lirilith had always believed men to be the stuff of fairy tales. Until the invaders came. Brutal warriors from beyond the stars.
It turns out men really do exist, and they are terrifying.
Their leader is Ultor, and he is the most terrifying of them all, a dark and dominating mountain of muscle and scar tissue. He has come to conquer Lirilith’s planet, but now she is the conquest he desires. Her womb is his obsession. He wants his baby inside her, and he’ll stop at nothing to put it there, even if he must destroy her entire world in the process.
Now Lirilith must decide. How much is she willing to surrender to save her planet from destruction?
Illuminations: A Novel of Hildegard von Bingen (affiliate link)
The Magic of Believing (affiliate link)
Obstacles have become a thing of the past, when they were “blasted” with Bristol’s powerful book, T.N.T.: It Rocks the Earth. Adhering to his corner- stone philosophy on the power of believing, T.N.T. offers practical suggestions on how to accurately and scientifically proceed to get what you want in life.
In these 2 great books, you will learn:
• How to project confidence • How to impress your subconscious mind • Why a focused aim leads to achievement. • What your appearance reveals about you. • The mental secret to success. • How to transfer your thoughts to others • To have a power at your command that astounds
The Swap: (Nicole Graves Mysteries Book 1) (affiliate link)
Over 500 giggles, groans, and belly laughs!
Kids can’t resist sharing jokes (even you try to stop them), so they always need a fresh supply. We’ve stuffed the pages of this little joke book with the funniest jokes we could find. Old favorites, new favorites, and a few festering stinkers, all guaranteed to make kids laugh out loud. You’ll find Q&A jokes, knock-knock jokes, riddles, and one-liners. And, of course, we’ve included entire chapters of those all-time kid-pleasers: elephant jokes, pirate jokes, and space jokes. Here’s a sampling:
What’s black and white, black and white, black and white? A penguin rolling down a hill.
Why don’t zombies eat clowns? They taste funny.
Why did the hen scold her chicks? They were using fowl language.
Pink Is Not a Color (affiliate link)
Pink finds happiness right where she always knew it was in this colorful companion to the popular picture book This Book Is Gray.
Pink loves her rosy world, from her pink toy dinosaur to her pet flamingo, Phil. But when she sees the Primaries and Secondaries getting ready for the Rainbow Extravaganza, she begins to wonder why she isn’t in the rainbow…and if that means she’s not really a color. Then she meets the Tints, and she’s even more confused. Luckily, a friend shows her the many ways she spreads joy—reminding Pink that she is truly one of a kind, rainbow or not.
Featuring the world of colors introduced in This Book Is Gray—and a few new color concepts—this is a tale about appreciating who you are and realizing that only you can decide what makes you happy.
Circle of Pearls (affiliate link)
Julia Pallister, daughter of Sotherleigh, was born in 1641 and unknowingly heir to the only remaining gown of Elizabeth I’s exquisite wardrobe.
This pearl-encrusted gift to Julia’s grandmother, Katherine, represented the staunchly royalist stance which bound together the family, generation after generation.
But in light of the tyranny of Oliver Cromwell’s armies, all the Pallisters shared a courage beyond measure, to fight for their king, their home and their freedom.
Three indomitable women band together to preserve their future:
Proud Katherine, old now, but still determined to fight,
The gentle Anne, who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve Sotherleigh for her children,
And Julia, young, wilful and turbulent.