Danielle's dating moratorium lasted all of about five seconds after a stranger walked into her office bearing a birthday gift from her father and spins her already unbalanced life into a new direction. Airplane pilot Samuel had no more than accepted the job offer of a lifetime when the boss's daughter turns his life upside down and has him wanting to spend more time on the ground than in the sky. Can they overcome all the things that should keep them apart to put their worlds back in balance?
by Kathryn Kelly
Nothing can stop them from falling in love...
Miles is a knight of the Nine, an elite group that governs Teyrnaseira. Twenty years later, Liesel is a farm girl from neighbouring Pakelen. Their lives merge as they each discover a treasonous plot to destroy the kingom of Teyrnaseira. It falls to both of them, in different ages, to save Teyrnaseira from a traitor who will stop at nothing to gain power and destroy the Nine. But only one of them can succeed...
The Ice Queen
by Hannah Scott-Ravikumar
How does our past define our present?
Tarik, after being unfairly discharged from the navy, falls in love with Princess Arati, and is then declared persona non grata by the king. Arati is left unprotected from the wrath of her tyrannical father. A dejected Tarik becomes the most feared pirate marauding the island kingdoms. Later, Tarik takes on a young runaway as a new cabin boy, not knowing that the lad holds a soul-piercing secret that will change Tarik's life forever.
The Princess and the Pirate
by Monica Collett
A princess pines for her banished pirate
Jenna- the proud holder of a 9-5 office job, wearer of pencil skirts and bright red lipstick. But behind that makeup is lingering doubt and uncertainty.
Jamal- struggling musician living off minimum wage from a fast food job. Sometimes the only thing people see about him is the color of his skin.
Melanie- the eyes surrounded by her curly hair see bigger, her petite body thinks deeper. She is only slightly aware of the dangers around her.
As sudden trauma strikes, they only have each other.
by Aspen Hayes
We can only put trust in love
Central to the ideas of friendship and fragility, For Illustrious Men tells the story of Gideon Lockwood, a young art history major who seems to attract hardship. In his early life, Gideon's father left his mother for another woman, leaving his home feeling alien and Gideon with nothing but his endurance of a harrowing, lugubrious childhood. Nearly ten years later, Gideon finds himself amidst a new affliction and discovers his life tragically descending into madness and inescapable secrecy.
For Illustrious Men
by Lauren Novosat
He withstands tribulation, but for how long?
A U. S. Senator's son dies in a questionable hunting accident. The Senator asks the FBI to investigate. The Agent in charge of the case asks a friend, retired homicide detective, Mitch Paulson, to assist with the investigation. Soon more senator's children start dying. The clues uncovered lead the two men to conclude that a nationwide conspiracy to exact
revenge on the senators for their votes on some proposed legislation is afoot.
by James Sisk
U. S. Senators vote turns deadly
It was supposed to be destroyed, it wasn't even supposed to exist so how did I end up with this stone?
Why couldn't I just be normal?
Thats all I wanted.
My father is normal, an aesthetic freak sure but normal in societies modern rules, my mother is dead so her level of formality isn't really important, and everyone around me is normal. Society has made all these rules that are impossible to follow but I still want to try to accomplish them.
I just want to blend.
by Kal Morales
An inner conflict for normality.
Thomas, William, and Jane journey out of certain danger into an unknown future. They wend their way through the foster care system, escaping a mother deep in debt to a terrifying new drug called Anima, that threatens to take away what little humanity she has left. In their flight from house to house, family to family, they search, never knowing whether to look forwards or backwards. Which is worse: the animals of their past or the afflictions of their future?
Sell My Soul
by S.E.W. Smith
The past has its claws in you. Run.
O’Brian Shea is an emerging legal talent in the Detroit District Attorney’s office when she finds herself embroiled in a puzzling crime. Influenced by her firefighter father’s life including the 1967 Detroit race riots and organized crime, she draws on the lessons of his life story to navigate dangerous waters.
Shea’s father, Eddie, battles personal demons and forges an odd friendship with a Russian immigrant, himself a victim of fire and racial animus.
by Steve Devine
Three different lives ~ one amazing story.
To end the war against humans, merfolk concentrated all their magic into five talismans wielded by five elected leaders known as the First Scale. One leader, Tiburon, orchestrated the creation of a force field between water and land, blocking the humans from entering the ocean. One hundred years later, a rogue mermaid acquires one of the talismans and removes this protective barrier. Tiburon's children, Mara and Delfino, are merfolk's only hope to restore balance before the humans invade.
Crowns of Capfici
by Carol Bass
Can two young merfolk save their species?
The seven-day festival is beloved by all, but tragedy strikes when the Duchess of Galiath is murdered on the opening night. Doren, a simple village cobbler, is the primary suspect; but customs forbid legal proceedings to take place during the winter celebration, giving Doren just seven days to clear his name. Doren stumbles upon on a far deeper mystery when searching for the murderer; he must not only clear his name, but embrace his past.
The Cobbler's Tale
by Kevin Kilcawley
Seven days to solve a murder
150 years in the future, the trend of positive attitudes towards science and technology continues to grow exponentially, to the point where religious people now make up only a minority of the population. Adam Walker, the deacon for St. John's church, has been tasked by his head pastor to investigate an experimental technology that can be used to help the church reach the masses once again with the message of Christ. Can Adam save Christianity from becoming a footnote in history?
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