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Blue Midnight (Blue Mountain Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
Timing is everything in love and war.
I walked away from him years before and married the man to whom I’d promised my heart. When my husband leaves me for his assistant, I’m forced to start over as a single mother to my precious girls.
I have no choice but to sell my house. While packing up the secure life I thought I’d have forever, I find a slip of paper in a back of a drawer. The name and number of the man I’ve never forgotten is scrawled in blue ink. I decide to do the unthinkable. Find him.
Will I have a second chance at love? Or does another broken heart await?
Newbie reporter Rita Larose is tired of getting assigned boring stories at one of Montreal’s most popular newspapers. It’s 1930 after all, women don’t need to only write about household chores anymore! But when a high hat socialite gossips about the New Year’s Eve party at the Bonne Nuit Hotel, a riveting mystery falls right into Rita’s lap. This is her chance to prove to herself and her underestimating colleagues that she has what it takes to write the hard-hitting articles.
While going undercover as a maid to get the scoop, Rita will soon discover unexpected friendships and an unusual gift of her own to contend with. Will she be able to juggle this newfound ability while not blowing her cover and jeopardizing her career-making article?
The Panini Press and Quesadilla Cookbook (affiliate link)
Spinach, Turkey Ciabatta Panini
Balsamic, Parmesan, Mushroom Panini
Quesadillas Tegucigalpa Style
November’s Turkey Quesadillas
Brightly Flavored Quesadillas
Cheddar and Beans Quesadilla
Cream Cheese and Jam Quesadilla
BBQ Plum Tomatoes and Chicken Quesadilla
Chicken Breast, Zucchini, Pepper Panini
Mustard, Pear, Mozzarella Panini
Much, much more!
Falling Down (Rockstar, Book 1) (affiliate link)
Jesse Kingston is a tall, dark, and gorgeous temptation I’m finding hard to resist. When he proposes a weekend together I throw caution to the wind and indulge my fantasies and give this sexy rocker what he wants and something he won’t forget–me.
The only questions are: Is one weekend going to be enough? Will our time end up changing this bad boy? Or will it end up changing me?
DISCLAIMER: This is not a dark romance. There is minimal angst or drama. There are lots of laughs, frequent dropping of the F-bomb, and crazy monkey s*x.
Her Stand-in Cowboy (Her Stand-in Romance Book 1) (affiliate link)
When a wary farm girl takes on a big city chiropractor as her stand-in boyfriend, convincing her family they’re in love might be easier than convincing themselves they’re not.
There are certain things a single country mom learns to accept. Like the fact that she now shares a sacred bond of empathy with her dairy cow, that spit-up can reach places it never should be able to, and that a pretend relationship is far less complicated than one her southern mama insists on setting her up in. At least, it is when you have anyone’s luck besides Ainsley Jamison’s.
Only in Ainsley’s life would her imaginary decoy turn out to be a real-life city boy who is as hilariously wrong for her as he is persistent. With less than four weeks before her entire family shows up for Thanksgiving, they don’t have a blessed prayer of turning Connor into a believable cowboy in time, let alone fix up her place while they’re at it.
Respect for Christmas: A Holiday Novella (affiliate link)
What is time?
This deceptively simple question is the single most important problem facing science as we probe deeper into the fundamentals of the universe. All of the mysteries physicists and cosmologists face—from the Big Bang to the future of the universe, from the puzzles of quantum physics to the unification of forces and particles—come down to the nature of time.
The fact that time is real may seem obvious. You experience it passing every day when you watch clocks tick, bread toast, and children grow. But most physicists, from Newton to Einstein to today’s quantum theorists, have seen things differently. The scientific case for time being an illusion is formidable. That is why the consequences of adopting the view that time is real are revolutionary.
A McKettrick Christmas (The McKettricks) (affiliate link)
Lizzie McKettrick is coming home for Christmas. And Indian Rock’s new schoolteacher has a surprise in store for her family—a special young man, Whitley Carson. He might seem a little too interested in the McKettrick money, but Lizzie’s certain Whitley cares for her deep down.
Yet fate has a surprise of its own for Lizzie: Dr. Morgan Shane. When their homebound train is halted by a massive avalanche, injuring and stranding its passengers, the handsome doctor takes charge—with Lizzie by his side.
Despite their growing bond, Lizzie and Morgan know time is running out. With another avalanche looming and the train’s food supply dwindling, it’s going to be a bleak Christmas Eve. But with faith, hard work and a little extra help from a most unexpected source, they just might find their way home to celebrate a McKettrick family Christmas after all. . . .
The Black Moth (affiliate link)
Accused of cheating at cards, Jack Carstares left England seven long years ago, sacrificing his honor for that of the actual culprit: his eldest brother. Disgraced, Jack turned his talents toward becoming a highwayman, an occupation he has no intention of giving up upon his return to his beloved South Country.
Determined not to claim his title as the rightful Earl of Wyndham, Jack roams the countryside on horseback. Encountering his old adversary, the notorious Duke of Andover, also known as the Black Moth, Jack thwarts the attempted abduction of the lovely, dark-haired Diana Beauleigh.
More determined than ever to have her, the duke continues to pursue Diana, but she is not about to surrender her virtue to him, having lost her heart to the mysterious outlaw who rescued her. If he can defeat the Black Moth for good, Jack may finally reclaim his honor—and bridge the gap between his tarnished past and his hope for Diana’s hand . . .
Never Pick Up Hitch-Hikers! (affiliate link)
An English hitchhiker disrupts a criminal’s plans in this caper gone wrong from the Edgar Award–winning author of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.
On the road to a new town and a new life, William Banks is grateful to Alf, the somewhat seedy stranger who gives him a lift. In return, the unworldly young man is more than happy to deliver a package for his benefactor to a specific address in Braybourne.
He has no idea, however, that his driver has chosen him to serve as a patsy in a sinister plot to retrieve £250,000 stolen earlier from a Braybourne bank—and that, if the scheme succeeds, William Banks will be dead before sundown.
But with the help of Calli, a lass William encounters along the way, and a dose of blind luck, he is able to avoid a most unpleasant end. Now he and Calli will somehow have to steer clear of London gangsters, as well as the original thief and his vengeful entourage, while further derailing Alf’s insidious plot without getting shot, stabbed, strangled, or blown to smithereens in the process.
Terror Tunnels: The Case for Israel’s Just War Against Hamas (affiliate link)
At a time when Israel is under persistent attack—on the battlefield, by international organizations, and in the court of public opinion—Alan Dershowitz presents a powerful case for Israel’s just war against terrorism.
In the spirit of his international bestseller, The Case for Israel, Dershowitz shows why Israel’s struggle against Hamas is a fight not only to protect its own citizens, but for all democracies. The nation-state of the Jewish people is providing a model for all who are threatened by terrorist groups—such as ISIS, al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram. Having himself been in one of the Hamas terror tunnels, Dershowitz explains why Israel had no choice but to send in ground troops to protect its civilians against Hamas death squads.