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Match Me by Christmas (No Match for Love) (affiliate link)
A reporter running from love. A cruise ship director longing for home. Can a Christmas miracle help them build a relationship before the ship docks for the last time?
Natalie James will do anything to land a journalist job with her favorite travel magazine—even report on Toujour’s first ever singles cruise the week before Christmas. After a string of one-sided relationships, she’s ready for the escape of vacationing around the globe. Even if that means watching professional matchmakers help naïve couples fall in love on a special holiday trip.
Shawn Erickson has spent a decade wasting away as a specialty cruise director while coming to terms with the accident that cost him his military ambitions. But now he has a new dream—to open his own travel agency with the bonus he’ll get from hosting Toujour.
Italian Recipes: Delicious Easy Italian (affiliate link)
Italian Style Rice
Chicken from Milan
Classical Lasagna II
Clams, Shrimp, and Snapper Stew
Meatballs Done Right
Classical Sausage and Peppers from Italy
Italian Tuscan Soup
Chicken Marsala Classico
Authentic Eggplant Parmesan
Roman Fun Pasta
Much, much more!
Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 1) (affiliate link)
An empath talent agent risks her life – and her heart – when she teams up with her not-quite human client to prove him innocent of murder.
Human lie detector Catherine Rodham moves across the country to launch the West Coast arm of the Peterson Talent Agency in Las Vegas, but her plan goes awry after an actress on a film she helped cast turns up murdered, leaving law enforcement stumped.
Alex Moore, a Sin City actor with a secret, wants agency representation from Catherine – and maybe something more. But everything changes after he finds himself the target of a murder investigation.
When the two team together to solve the serial murders, Alex introduces Catherine to a paranormal underworld she never knew existed. Can Catherine prove Alex’s innocence before losing her heart…or her life?
Kept: An American Househusband in Paris (affiliate link)
The Lighthouse Cafe (Gulf Coast Getaway Book 1) (affiliate link)
At the reading of her late husband’s will, Ginny Rigby discovers two things.
One: He had a secret family.
Two: She has one hour to vacate the premises before that family takes possession of her beloved home.
Grief-stricken and homeless, Ginny drives until she arrives at the foot of the emerald waters in Florida’s Gulf Coast. There, she stumbles into an auction—an historical lighthouse is up for grabs to the highest bidder.
Using every last penny she has, Ginny buys the place and decides to transform the lighthouse into a beachside café. The only problem is, she’s never run a restaurant before.
But even worse, how will she tell her grown daughters the shameful truth about their father?
They Can’t Take Your Name (A Wrongful Conviction Book 1) (affiliate link)
O: The Intimate History of the Orgasm (affiliate link)
Orgasm is one of society’s most compelling, shaping forces—and most of us probably think that we are living in its golden age. But are we? The history of orgasms is as elusive as the orgasm itself can be, for sex rarely makes the historical record.
Now acclaimed British journalist Jonathan Margolis delivers the definitive history of the human orgasm, of sex for pleasure as well as conception—from prehistory to Viagra. Most people manage just twelve minutes of orgasmic bliss per year. Some never experience it at all. Yet the urge for orgasm rules much of human life, across national and cultural boundaries. How much have we learned about female pleasure since the 1558 discovery of the clitoris?
Murder on Hollywood Beach (A Messy Girl Mystery) (affiliate link)
Smokey Robinson • Barbara Kingsolver • Francis Ford Coppola • David Sedaris • Jane Goodall and other luminaries reveal the secrets to their creative success. Amy Tan talks about how she finds truth by writing fiction. Melissa Etheridge tells us how she channels her fire into her music. Pico Iyer shares how seeking stillness enhances his creativity. And Coppola discusses how he found the courage to make groundbreaking films.
In The Creative Spark, a collection of interviews prefaced by brief biographies, these luminaries join dozens of other voices to create a symphony of inspiration. Lucinda Williams talks about honesty and making every word count; Jane Goodall cites the value of persistence and believing in yourself; and Smokey Robinson heralds the timeless power of love songs.