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Crimson Midnight (A New Adult Dark Urban Fantasy Series) (The by Amos Cassidy

They say London is the city that never sleeps. Man, you have no idea…
A new job, a new life and a new home, Rose has left the pain of the past behind. But if she thinks she’s going to have it easy she’s in for a shock. There’s Roman for starters, a complication with a capital C. With the racing pulses and the xrated thoughts, she can barely keep it together. And then he decides to drop a bombshell. It’s the domino effect alright, because hot on the heels of his revelation come...

On Herring Cove Road: Mr. Jew And The Goy Boy by Michael Kroft

An old and emotionally-broken introverted Jew, a lonely nine-year-old son of a racist bigot, and the salvation found through their forced friendship.

Wilderness Bound (The Wilderness Series Book 3) by Pamela Ackerson

Wilderness Bound Firefighter and paramedic, Matthew Standing Deer returns to the past, to the Lakota, only to find himself hurtled into danger, uncontrollable greed, and searching for a serial killer. Danger looms over everyone's head. How will he find his one true love when all he can do is fight to survive?......

The Alex Cave Series Book 4. Gravity by James M. Corkill

“A science fiction mystery/thriller, with intriguing scenarios, exhilarating situations, and nail-biting suspense. The action will keep you sitting on the edge of your seat until the last page!” (5-stars! Amazon top-500 reviewer).

Mind: The Beginning (The Mind Series Book 1) by Jenn Nixon

After Dina Ranger loses telepathic contact with her twin brother, Duncan, she breaks into his apartment and stumbles onto a special government unit responsible for monitoring the psychic population. She’s offered a job where she can use her psionic gifts to help people.
Stranded on earth over a hundred years ago, Liam of Shria is searching for a metal needed to repair his ship when he finds Dina inside an alien escape pod and narrowly saves her after she trips the alarm.
As the...

Beneath Sunless waves by Stephen Makk

These events never actually happened. Allegedly.
Apparently it's all just cold war rumour.
"My name’s Tom, I’m on the side of the good guys. Then I was posted to Moscow and there it happened. I met Irina she’s a Soviet Naval officer; we knew we shouldn't get involved but we couldn't help it. I wasn't looking for that; we were from opposite sides of the iron curtain at least that’s what the outside world thought; for us it was a little more complicated."
...And then it got...

Arcadis: Prophecy by George Kramer

In the beginning of the sorcerer world there existed three primary colored powers red, blue, and yellow. Prior to Lord Quill's ascension to head sorcerer, his predecessor ruled no one was allowed to marry outside of their respective color. Every sorcerer was a primary colored power.
When Lord Quill took control, he did not want anyone to usurp his authority. Thus he ruled no primary colored power may be allowed to marry another primary colored power.
Hence a dilution occurred. When a...

Highly Unsuitable Girl by Carolyn McCrae

The new novel by the prizewinning author of The Last Dance, Walking Alone and Runaways
There were always two Anya Caves.
Some who knew her when she was young saw an intelligent, attractive girl who would go far. But always, too close to the surface, was the Anya who was promiscuous, selfobsessed and manipulative.
She was never going to be a suitable wife for Geoff and their first attempt at marriage fails in the face of his mother’s opposition and the connivance of people she...

The Madonna Ghost by Linda Maria Frank

"Seventeenyearold Annie Tillery and her Aunt Jill set off for Long Island’s Fire Island for a vacation of surf, sun, and sailing. Annie is happy to leave behind the stress of her relationship with her parents. Aunt Jill, who is an NYPD detective, is mixing her vacation with a case she must keep secret from Annie, who is suspicious nevertheless. Annie finds romance and intrigue when she meets Ty Egan, the nephew of their host on the island. They find themselves in the middle of an eerie...

Faith Through The Tears (Lean On Him Book 2) by Stephanie Hurt

When Randy lost his wife, he fell apart, his faith tested. She was his soul mate. But he had to start life alone with his two little girls. Things change drastically when Joy moves in to help with the house and the girls. Suddenly he feels alive again. Can he love again? Is she the Christian woman he’d prayed for? His faith is tested and rewarded in this sweet story of loss, new love and test of faith.......