Saved by a Lady (affiliate link)
Sylvia Spencer loves living in the countryside and upon coming across an injured fox, her calling comes to life as she nurses it back to health. When a hunter is after it, Sylvia rushes to its aid, much to the hunter’s surprise. She obviously cannot help but immediately dislike him, but despite being wary of the man, he talks her into a picnic. Strangely intrigued by him, Sylvia meets Landon day after day in the woods… However, her duty of marrying an appropriate suitor is wandering above their growing connection.
Can these two opposites be brought together in harmony?
Despite their clashing opinions, Landon’s kindness and willingness to learn manage to win Sylvia over. Nevertheless, this wonderful relationship is put to a test when he is taken aback by her disdain for affluence and class. Seeing no other choice in order to maintain his special encounters with Sylvia, Landon decides to keep his identity secret. Despite being caught up in their euphoric moments though, the exposure of his deceit is lurking around the corner…
Crossroads (affiliate link)
Margo (Las Vegas Littles Book 1) (affiliate link)
They say the best things in life come to those who wait…
And Margo has waited long enough. Today is the day Knox Remington is finally going to claim her as his Little girl.
Or, it was supposed to be, at least. Until she panics and backs out of their agreement at the last minute.
Unfortunately for Margo, someone needs to look after her and her friends while their “House Daddy” is on his honeymoon. And that someone is Knox.
Now she’s stuck watching all her friends get their bottoms reddened by the man who was supposed to be her Daddy, while her own stubbornness keeps her on the outside looking in.
Each punishment she doesn’t get just makes her angrier and angrier, and her friends have had just about enough. It’s time for Margo to either let go of her past hurts and trust Knox to be the Daddy he promised he would be.
Lead!: How to Build a High-Performing Team (affiliate link)
Dale Carnegie’s unique and powerful approach to leadership training is based on wisdom and expertise gained from developing leaders longer than any other professional development organization. LEAD! is for new or experienced leaders alike who want to be more effective at motivating and inspiring their teams.
This book is designed from the proven Dale Carnegie Leadership Success Model and Dale Carnegie’s Human Relationships Principles to help you understand tools and techniques to address common leadership challenges and shift your mindset and behavior to become a more positive and confident role model leader.
Rather than a textbook full of theory, LEAD! offers practical advice, strategies and real-life examples from top leaders around the globe that will guide you to being a more effective leader who inspires success from your team. At Dale Carnegie, we believe everyone has inherent greatness. This book will help you explore your unsuspected power and become a champion leader.
Crystal Healing for Women: Renewed Energy, Strength, and Wellness (affiliate link)
Discover the physical, mental, and spiritual healing power of crystals and awaken the healer within.
Believed to hold restorative powers over our health, crystals have served humanity for millennia. With Crystal Healing for Women, you can unlock the ancient secrets of healing and wisdom held within these stones. Crystal healer and Reiki Master Mariah K. Lyons shares her knowledge in this beautifully-illustrated, practical guide that helps women awaken to their feminine divinity and healing powers, and rekindle their instinctual relationship with nature. She also shows you how to select and care for crystals and incorporate them in rituals. You’ll learn to intentionally utilize crystals, helping you to find deeper levels of spiritual growth, integrated healing, and sustainable well-being.
Bestselling author M.J. Ryan details just what living with patience can bring to our lives and how it can change us for the better.
Take a deeper look at an old-fashioned quality. We’ve all heard the phrase, “Patience is a virtue,” and doubtless responded with a sigh, as usually it’s spoken with a tone of reproach. But this virtue carries with it a wealth of wisdom that can actually help us find happiness in our day-to-day life.
Slow the rush. Things move at a quick pace in our society, in both our work lives and social lives. Not only are we forced to keep up, but we have been conditioned to expect instant gratification. Because of this, we find ourselves getting flustered by the smallest setbacks or hold ups whether it’s a slow server at a restaurant or rush-hour traffic. Ryan shares how patience is the very antidote to the stress of our fast-paced lifestyle.