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Dec 22, 2014
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The Wanderer’s Children

By L.G. O'Connor

Rating:  star star star star star 

The second book in the Angelorum Twelve Chronicles, THE WANDERER’S CHILDREN follows the pulse-pounding and frequently erotic travails of a group of humans with mystical bloodlines who are “called” to serve their communities.

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Mission to Mahjundar

By Veronica Scott

Rating:  star star star star star 

A galaxy away, a princess blinded as a child must make what seems like a sad, but safe trip across her planet to meet the man she is meant to marry. Luckily, or perhaps by the hand of fate, her path crosses that of an intergalactic Special Forces soldier whose companionship she not only wants, but needs.

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Kracker Flats

By Mario Iezzoni

Rating:  star star star star star 

A huge hurricane drives a suburban woman and her kids from their protected upper-class community to a world full of rural eccentrics.

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Black Moon Draw

By Lizzy Ford

Rating:  star star star star star 

When Naia is magically transported from our world to one depicted in a book she read, she must fight to understand unfamiliar dangers, her own unreliable powers, and the terrifying but alluring Shadow Knight bent on conquering it all.

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Designed To Love

By Elle Davis

Rating:  star star star star star 

Ronan Callaghan and Cat McCullough have for a unique love for one another. They have similar backgrounds and are both quite independent in their behavior. The major difference between them is that Ronan is a Designer person, someone whose DNA was manipulated in utero to give him a superior intellect, almost athletic ability and formidable strength. Cat does not have these abilities but her 9-year-old sister, Claire, does.

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Heart To Heart

By Ifè Oshun

Rating:  star star star star star 

HEART TO HEART features the return of a smart, savvy, and talented heroine on a very original journey of self-discovery but the story loses momentum due to the ease at which she deals with the multitude of problems in her life.

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One Chance, One Moment

By Judith Kohnen

Rating:  star star star star star 

Thirty-eight-year-old Garry Danzlo has everything a person would want that comes with being a famous musical celebrity. Yet success cannot heal the torment he has experienced in his childhood, let alone the most recent events of his father’s suicide.

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My Chicken Story

By Ruthie Robinson

Rating:  star star star star star 

MY CHICKEN STORY is a quick read for someone who is interested in romance and mystery genres, without having to do much thinking.

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The Wanton Life of My Friend Dave

By Tristan Wood

Rating:  star star star star star 

In this book, Isabella Maria follows the story being lived by her friend named Dave. She can describe him as wanton because she knows everything there is to know about him.

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Another Word for Sister

By Cheryl Irwin

Rating:  star star star star star 

Moments after Irish twins Lily and Rose are born, their mother dies. Raised by their mentally questionable Grandmother in a chokingly small town, Lily and Rose flee to New Zealand, where their close metaphysical bond will shape their lives in unexpected ways.

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Death and Morning

By Richard Atwood

Rating:  star star star star star 

DEATH AND MORNING is a collection of love poems, exploring all aspects of love, from first meeting to heartbreak. The works are generally in freeform, and are written in the first person, directed to unnamed lovers, both male and female.

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Secrets of a Heart

By Samantha Garman

Rating:  star star star star star 

SECRETS OF A HEART opens in London, in the fall of 1815, with a loss of heart. Blaine Sebastian Grayson Whitmore watches in horror the spectacle of his father, the Earl of Grisham, being hanged for high treason.