Mar 27, 2015
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2349: Part One – The Global Union

By Kyle A. Miller

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The far future finds Earth at peace and Mars successfully colonized. A seemingly benign businessman and inventor helped usher in an era of peace and tranquility through omnipresent technology.

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Orphan in America

By Nanette L. Avery

Rating:  star star star star star 

ORPHAN IN AMERICA tells the story of a lonely boy named Alex Forester who is uprooted from his home and sent to live on a farm to work.

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The Kingdom of Assassins

By Eric Mackenzie

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE KINGDOM OF ASSASSINS is a global political thriller taking place ten years in the future. The action begins with an attempted assassination in the deserts of Saudi Arabia that reveals threads of conflict in Iran and the United States as well

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The Scholar’s Tale

THE SCHOLAR’S TALE is a recording of the exploits of a brilliant man as he satisfies his intellectual curiosities, along with his sexual desires.This novel follows Roy Musgrave, intellectual and scoundrel as he researches background information for a novel.

easy love
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Easy Love

The Boudreaux Series Book 1

the italian's
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The Italian’s Twin Surprise

The Hart Sisters Trilogy Book 2

fierce various
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Join epic fantasy legend Mercedes Lackey and fifteen additional New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling authors on the adventure of a lifetime!

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The Magdalene Series, Volume 2

the club
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The Club

The Club Trilogy Book 1

rock hard
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Rock Hard

Passion ignites between a gorgeous, sinfully sexy man who built himself up from nothing and a shy woman who has a terrible secret in her past…

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Your Smallest Bones

By Sean Taylor

Rating:  star star star star star 

Characters contend with loneliness and longing in these twelve short stories. A depressed man engages a child in a discussion of Heaven and Hell in San Francisco’s Japanese Tea Garden. A man who can’t control his mastication finds and loses a woman in a backless dress. The quirky denizens of an apartment building live separate […]

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The Confessions of Becky Sharp

By David James

Rating:  star star star star star 

In THE CONFESSIONS OF BECKY SHARP, the protagonist of Thackeray’s “Vanity Fair” recounts her life story. The ageing picara has fallen on hard times and is selling her biography to a rather disreputable publisher in order to counter the “lies” of that supreme toady, William Makepeace Thackeray. With this device, Becky’s character relives her many […]