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  • Avador: five book boxed set

    Avador: five book boxed set

    Avador - Imagine the World - Imagine a world of beautiful heroines and gallant heroes, of evil crones and good witches, where magic rules and love overcomes all obstacles. Imagine the world of Avador! --- Night Secrets: Fear and betrayal threaten the kingdom of Avador. Keriam, a princess with supernatural powers, must save her father from assassination. But can she trust Roric, or is he part of the plot? --- Night Shadows: In a realm where vampires and demons battle for supremacy, Fianna is trapped in a dangerous game, where someone is bound to die. --- Enchanted Cottage: A woman, marred on the outside, and a man, afflicted on the inside, meet in an isolated cottage. There, they learn that they can help each other. And with a bit of magic, miracles can happen. --- Allegra's Dream: When a handsome king seeks Allegra's hand in marriage, she must choose between the needs of her country and the desires of her heart. --- Wolf Magic: A wolf trapped inside her body Annwn wonders if any man can ever love her. When Briant Girard comes into her life, she fears to let him get too close, afraid he will discover the beast inside her. 905 pages

  • Florida Fiction Series

    Florida Fiction Series

    Three full-length novels filled with love, intrigue, murder, and mayhem in wild and wacky Florida >>>Tortoise Stew, Trails in the Sand, Native Lands follow the outrageous happenings in the Sunshine State when it comes to developing and destroying precious natural resources. Love and romance mingle with bits of environmental truths in these three contemporary novels. ??? Tortoise Stew - Politics, murder, and chaos in rural Florida- Often compared to the novels of Carl Hiassen, Tortoise Stew exposes the quest to destory the landscape of rural Florida. Small town politics take center stage in this novel about the development of Florida at any cost. Kelly Sands is a reporter covering some of the more controversial and contentious issues in the fictional north Florida town of Calloway. Dead armadillos and gopher tortoise carcasses are left as calling cards to those opposing the development as commission meetings erupt into all-out warfare. With the murder of one commissioner and the suicide of his wife, Kelly begins an investigation that threatens to topple the carefully laid plans of the developers and politicians to bring a movie studio and landing strip within the city limits of the small town. When a young girl is killed by a semi-truck from Monster Mart, the environmentalists become even more vocal against the developers' plans. Chaos reigns as both sides raise voices and fists in one cacophonous uproar until saner heads bring justice to all. ??? Trails in the Sand - Family secrets, an oil spill, and redemption- When environmental writer Caroline Carlisle sets off to report on endangered sea turtles during the BP oil spill in 2010, the last thing she expects is to do is uncover family secrets. The long-kept secrets threaten to destroy her family, unless she can heal the hurts from a lifetime of lies. To make matters worse, Caroline's love for her late sister's husband, Simon, creates an uproar in a southern family already set on a collision course with its past. Trails in the Sand is set on Florida's panhandle and the east coast near St. Augustine. Florida's Panhandle beaches, including St. George Island, off the coast near Apalachicola in the Gulf of Mexico, are home to hundreds of sea turtle nests each summer. When the oil spill threatens to come ashore on Florida's Panhandle beaches, conservationists and wildlife managers join together in an historic effort to save the sea turtle eggs by moving them across the state to Cape Canaveral. As the oil from BP's oil spill continues to spew forth into the Gulf of Mexico, urgency to save Florida wildlife mounts. It's in this atmosphere that Caroline discovers the truth about her family as she writes stories about the rescue of the eggs. ??? Native Lands - Nature and love disrupted always find a way back- When their environment is torn apart by a conglomerate of international interests, a tribe of native Floridians thought to be extinct rise up and form their own oddly matched conglomerate, and with the assistance of nature, attempt to halt the destruction of the natural world they treasure. Cultural boundaries established centuries ago are erased as love and nature seek the balance lost in the battle for power and control of the last of the Florida frontier.

  • The Way of Things: Upper Kingdom Boxed Set: Books 1, 2 and 3 in the Tails of the Upper Kingdom

    The Way of Things: Upper Kingdom Boxed Set: Books 1, 2 and 3 in the Tails of the Upper Kingdom

    Not All Men are Created Equal. Some are Created Lions. A Boxed set containing the first three books in the Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson. A Post-Apocalyptic world where genetic engineering has created astounding races of lions, tigers, wolves and monkeys; where humans are legend and revered as Ancestors. In the spirit of "Planet of the Apes" or "Game of Thrones", these stories weave a tale of clashing cultures and rival destinies; where a hero must do the unthinkable to save his people and destroy the past. The Upper Kingdom series will treat you to an Empire that stretches from the mountains of Nepal to the Mediterranean Sea with swords and sorcery, love and betrayal, science and magic, yin and yang in equal but opposing measure. Experience it.

  • A Euphemia Martins Mystery Boxset Vol One

    A Euphemia Martins Mystery Boxset Vol One

    A Death in the Family – Book One of the Euphemia Martin Mysteries - In December 1909 the Very Rev Joshia Martins expires in a dish of mutton and onions leaving his family on the brink of destitution. Abandoned by her noble grandfather, Joshia’s daughter, the eighteen year old Euphemia, takes it on herself to provide for her mother and little brother by entering service. She’s young, fit, intelligent, a little naive and assumes the life of a maid won’t be too demanding. However, on her first day at the unhappy home of Lord Stapleford she discovers a dead body. Euphemia’s innate sense of justice has her prying where no servant should look and uncovering some Stapleford secrets… --- A Death in the Highlands – Books Two of the Euphemia Martin Mysteries - After dodging criminal charges, Richard returns as head of the household at Stapleford Hall. Changing fortunes find Euphemia temporarily promoted to housekeeper for the first trip to the family's new hunting lodge in the Scottish Highlands, where she is meets Rory Macleod, the new butler. Taking on her new role, she encounters angry locals with a grudge against the Staplefords and thwarts what she believes to be an attempt on Bertram Stapleford's life. A strange group of house guests arrive for the Glorious Twelfth, but with disastrous consequences. Euphemia finds herself caught in the midst of bitter rivalries, and evidence pointing to several murder suspects. Will she unravel the mystery? --- A Death in the Asylum – Book Three of the Euphemia Martin Mysteries - Euphemia’s working unhappily as a housekeeper for Bertram Stapleford at his ill advised new property, when the dramatic collapse of the kitchen floor sends her back to where it all began, Stapleford House. A visiting mystic disrupts the Staplefords unleasing old family rumours. Euphemia finds herself playing second fiddle to Bertram's new love, Beatrice Wilton, as she launches a project to investigate the new aslyums. It is not long before Euphemia realizes that not only does Beatrice have her unscrupulous sights set on Bertram, but that her enterprises may be about to put them all in very great danger. 444 pages

  • Passion's Tide

    Passion's Tide

    Amber, a strong-willed girl, is struck by tragedy when she loses her mother, the person shielding her from the world's cruelty. It’s 1714 in Boston, Mass., and the death of Amber's mom is not the only factor that threatens her stable life; her father's secretive will puts her inheritance in jeopardy. Afraid that her money will go to her envious and greedy uncle, she sails to England to find the thing that will save her future: an honorable husband with a suitable title. Amber's luck takes an even a worse turn when her ship is attacked by Imperial Shadow, the infamous pirate ship. She finds herself at the mercy of the devilishly handsome captain, Logan. The refreshing character of Amber entices Logan, and he finds himself challenged by a girl who doesn’t seem to appreciate his charms. The chemistry between the two is palpable. Gradually, their relationship takes interesting turns, and with every event both Amber and Logan, against their better judgment, discover that they are falling for each other. Unanticipated revelations about the characters’ pasts, especially Logan's, are surprising, but the fast turn of events impedes experiencing the emotional depth of the novel. Still, the author takes the reader with Amber on a sea adventure where her captor becomes her savior. 318 pages

  • Hounds of Autumn

    Hounds of Autumn

    They say that the moor has eyes. It is 1890, and the windswept moors hold dark secrets. Chloe Sullivan is an amateur inventor whose holiday takes a dark turn when her friend and colleague, one of the few female mechanical experts in the British Empire, is murdered. A black mechanical hound roams the moors, but could it have killed a woman? And what secrets are concealed within the dark family manor? Accompanied by her naturalist husband and clockwork cat, Chloe is determined to see her friend’s killer found. But some secrets have a terrible cost. 322 pages

  • Daughters of Babylon

    Daughters of Babylon

    “Sometimes, the only way to the future is through the present of someone else’s past.” Confused? So is Silvina Kestral when she agrees to clear out the house of an eccentric dead actress amidst the ruins of a medieval priory in the French Pyrenees. Speaking of confusion, who were the Daughters of Babylon, and what does a tall dark stranger in the attic have to do with Creation’s mightiest secrets?To find out, you’d have to ask either a Mexican cane cutter with a party of witches and a sense of rhyme, or a 19-year-old, badly married queen named Eleanor of Aquitaine. Problem is, where to start? And once started, what if the task never, ever ends…324 pages

  • Snow White Sorrow (Book #1 in the Grimm Diaries)

    Snow White Sorrow (Book #1 in the Grimm Diaries)

    What if all you knew about fairy tales was wrong? Sixteen year old Loki Blackstar is no Prince Charming. His mother is a ghost and his only friend is a red ’55 Cadillac. He looks like an Angel but acts like jerk. No wonder he has been banned from Heaven. Loki has one thing going for him; a rare gift: He is a Dreamhunter; one of the few in the world who can kill immortal demons in their dreams. When Loki is called to kill a sixteen-year-old vampire girl he is pulled into the magical but dangerous world of Sorrow, an island in the middle of nowhere. What he discovers is the real Snow White...a girl who knows when to kiss and when to kill, living in an ancient castle and feeding on local teens. Snow White is a beautiful monster girl filled with rage, with an epic untold story, the one which the Brothers Grimm had forged to conceal the truth about fairy tales. Mysteriously, after all attempts by previous vampire hunters have failed to kill Snow White, she lets Loki live, and whispers two words in his ears; two words that will change their lives forever. 286 pages

  • Extinct


    Channel Two predicted a blanket of snow for Thanksgiving weekend--unusual, but not alarming for the little Maine island. What comes is a blinding blizzard, and a mass disappearance of nearly every person Robby Pierce knows. He and his family flee, trying to escape the snow and the invisible forces stealing people right from the street. Miles away, Brad Jenkins battles the same storm. Alone, he attempts to survive as snow envelops his house. When the storm breaks, Brad makes his way south to where the snow ends and the world lies empty. Join Brad, Robby, and the other survivors as they fight to find the truth about the apocalypse and discover how to live in their new world. 390 pages

  • My Life as a Sperm: One Man's Quest to Save the World

    My Life as a Sperm: One Man's Quest to Save the World

    Buddy Price, a Hollywood agent, dies in a car crash and finds himself in Heaven. There, he discovers God’s had enough with people and plans on pulling the plug if we can’t learn to get along - a 'love thy neighbor or else' sort of message. An unlikely hero as there ever was, Buddy convinces God to let him fix things and gets a second chance. From the first few lines of the book, we know that he’s probably the last person we’d want to depend on to save the world, but God’s got his plan. Our fate rests in Buddy’s hands… or, who knows, maybe he’s just crazy and needs lithium or something. 264 pages

  • Lady Justice on the Dark Side

    Lady Justice on the Dark Side

    After five years on the police force, a bullet in the kiester from a vengeful gangbanger convinces Walt that it’s time to turn in his badge. Walt realizes once again that retirement just isn’t his cup of tea, and with a little urging from his brother-in-law, decides to become a private investigator. For five years he had served the Lady Justice wearing a white robe and a blindfold and followed the rules, but he soon discovered that the P.I. business was leading him across the line into the dark side and a completely different set of rules. When Walt comes face to face with the Lady Justice on the dark side, dressed in a tight skirt, fishnet stockings and high heels, he is faced with decisions that will change the course of his life. 227 pages

  • Buck Fever (Blanco County Mysteries Book 1)

    Buck Fever (Blanco County Mysteries Book 1)

    It's the week before deer hunting season, as close to a statewide holiday as you get in Texas, and the locals are getting restless. Game Warden John Marlin has his hands full with poaching complaints coming in faster than he can write out-of-season tickets. Then a call of a different sort comes in. A man dressed up in some sort of deer costume has been shot at the Circle S ranch, and witnesses are reporting a massive wild-eyed buck prancing about the pasture in a lovesick frenzy. Marlin's seen a lot in his years, but this is wilder than he could have imagined: the man in the deer suit is a good friend, and the whacked-out whitetail isn't exactly a stranger either. It's the beginning of a mad, frantic weekend in Blanco County, one that will see a few more men shot, an invasion by Colombians with more than hunting on their minds, and damn near the end of Marlin's life. Ben Rehder serves it all up with a huge helping of humor in this debut comic mystery that will firmly establish him as the funniest crime writer in Texas. 284 pages

  • Bounty: A Christian Historical Romance (Love in Wyoming Book 1)

    Bounty: A Christian Historical Romance (Love in Wyoming Book 1)

    Luke Jordan took the envelopes from his mother's hand. Her dying words rang in his head. "Take these to your brothers." His brothers? The Jordan gang of outlaws. Why did he have to waste time tracking them down? Cat Cahill's morning rides are a pleasant diversion from her mother's lectures on marrying a civilized man from the east. Despite her prayers, Cat hasn't found the man she would want to spend the rest of her life with until she run's into Luke. Frederick Broyles has plans to takeover the town of Plainview and the surrounding ranches. When he meets Cat, he adds her to his list. One town trying to avoid a buyout, one gang worth their weight in gold, bounty hunters intent on taking the Jordan gang in more dead than alive = two in love and a bunch in trouble. 311 pages

  • My Mom is Going Away But She Will be Back One Day!: A Deployment Story

    My Mom is Going Away But She Will be Back One Day!: A Deployment Story

    Military families spend time apart while serving their country, with one or more parents deployed. This beautifully illustrated children’s picture book helps explain to the child how life will continue while the parent is away and how to communicate over the distance until the day they reunite. The story and art enables each child to interact with the deployed parent by talking about ways to keep in touch, so they can emulate. Age Level: 3 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 2 32 pages

  • The Ghost and The Graveyard (Knight Games Book 1)

    The Ghost and The Graveyard (Knight Games Book 1)

    Grateful Knight isn’t looking for love when she moves into a rent-free house on the edge of a graveyard. At twenty-two, all she wants is to recover financially so she can move back to the city where she belongs. But sparks fly when the gorgeous cemetery caretaker, Rick, introduces himself and mentions his suspicion that her new house might be haunted. Her attraction to him seems supernatural, and despite her resolve to not get involved, she literally can’t keep her hands off him. When things in Grateful’s house start moving on their own, another man enters her life, Logan, a sexy ghost with a dark secret. He says Rick isn’t what he seems, and indulging her passion for him could cost her soul. One thing’s for sure, magical forces are at work in the tiny town of Red Grove, and they’re converging on Grateful. Life will never be the same once she's forced to choose between the ghost and the graveyard. 348 pages

  • The Ceremony of Innocence: Volume One of William Hanlin's Civil War

    The Ceremony of Innocence: Volume One of William Hanlin's Civil War

    April, 1861, the country is on the verge of war and someone is killing the women of Harford while William Hanlin – State’s Attorney, Mexican War veteran, watches his carefully constructed anonymity fray as he is swept back into a world he left abruptly years earlier. Bruce Catton meets Deadwood and Band of Brothers with a dash of John Grisham. William Hanlin’s Civil War is rife with adventure, death, intrigue, disillusionment, military justice, bigotry, betrayal, sex, terrorism, cowardice, bravery, literacy, humor, philosophy, religion, madness, and, ultimately, redemption. 341 pages