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September 17, 2014

A Pirate's Curse by ML Guida


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Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Like a dark angel, Captain Kane O'Brien rescues Hannah Knight and her father from drowning after vampire pirates murder their crew and sink their ship. Struggling to control and hide her telekinetic powers, Hannah discovers the honorable and bold captain possesses his own secrets.
Every full moon, Kane turns into a vampire. Finding out Hannah not to be the cabin boy she resembles, but a beautiful, luscious woman, tempts all his appetites. Desperate to be free of his curse, Kane considers handing Hannah over to a demon. But after Hannah uses her power to save his ship from his immortal enemy, Kane can no longer deny his attraction and vows to protect Hannah with his life.
To find true love, they must combine their powers to defeat evil vampires, thwart Hannah's misogynist fiancé and escape a crafty demon.

Creating a Joyful Life After Divorce by Debra Payne PhD ACC


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Genre: Self-Help
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This book provides easy-to-follow, effective guidance on how to release what's holding you back after divorce. If you want to move on and create a joyful, brand new life, this book is for you.

Codependency - "Loves Me, Loves Me Not" by Simeon Lindstrom


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Genre: Non-Fiction
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If you’ve had difficulty with starting or maintaining relationships, issues with feeling jealous and possessive or find that your connections with others are more a source of distress than anything else, this book is for you.

By finding ways to be more mindful throughout the day, as well as exercises in improving your communication skills, this book will show you how to have relationships that are calmer and more stable and compassionate.

We’ll begin with a look at the phenomenon of codependency, what it has traditionally meant in the psychological realm and how these traits and patterns can be traced back to issues of self-worth, compassion and more deliberate action. We’ll examine how mindfulness can be the magic ingredient to getting a hold of the codependency cycle, and some of the characteristics of happy, mindful relationships. Finally, we’ll explore a model for mindful communication and ways that you can begin to implement immediately in order to make a commitment to stronger, more compassionate relationships with others.

It may feel sometimes that an intense and serious connection with someone is proof of the depth of the feeling you have for one another. But be careful, obsession and dependency is not the same as love. In the codependent relationship, our affection and attention is coming from a place of fear and need. As a result, the partners never really connect with each other. They do endless, complicated dances around each others problems, but what they never do is make an honest human connection.

In codependent relationships, manipulation, guilt and resentment take the place of healthy, balanced affection. Codependent partners are not necessarily together because they want to be, they are because they have to be, because they don’t know how to live otherwise. One partner may bring a history of abuse, a “personality disorder” or mental illness into a relationship; the ways the other partner responds to this may be healthy or not, but if they bring their own issues to the table too, they may find that the bond of their love is more accurately described as a shared and complementary dysfunction.

Remember, the relationships we are in can never be better than the relationships we have with ourselves. Two unhappy people together never make a happy couple together. We cannot treat other people in ways we have never taken the time to consider before, and we cannot communicate properly if we are not even sure what it is we need to communicate in the first place.

An individual with a mature, well-developed sense of themselves has the most to offer someone else. They have their own lives, their own sense of self-worth, their own strength. And when you remove need, fear, obsession and desperation, you open up the way for love and affection just for its own sake.

Love is many things, but it’s cheapened when held hostage by the ego. Connections formed around ego and fear may be strong and lasting, but what keeps them going is mutual need. What could be more romantic than, “I don’t need to be with you. You don’t complete me at all. I am happy and stable and fulfilled without you. But I still want to be with you, because you’re awesome”?

On the ground, in the nitty gritty of life, we can reduce a massive thing like “Relationships” down to smaller, more manageable units. Everything from the deepest and most profound romantic and spiritual union to sharing a joke with the cashier at the supermarket rests on one thing: communication. Whether it’s through words or not, we are constantly communicating, and the accumulation of these little units creates this big thing we call a relationship.

If you resonate with any of the above, I hope that this book will be of value to you and your relationship with others.

Spiritual Path to Abundance by Shanda Bisanz


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Genre: Non-Fiction
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Learning to use the Law of Attraction effectively is the key to manifesting all our desires in life. However, many think it is enough just to think positive thoughts, when in fact, our moods and emotions, as well as our thoughts, play a critical role in the materialization of our wishes.

Shanda Bisanz explains how using the law of attraction in a spiritual sense is not a just a powerful manifesting tool, but a complete lifestyle change. She breaks down the concept into seven key steps that will activate the process quickly, so you can start living the life you have always desired -- in the least amount of time.

As a Certified Law of Attraction Practitioner who has worked many great spiritual teachers such as Dr. Joe Vitale, Doreen Virtue, and Sunny Dawn Johnston, Bisanz has been a student of the Law of Attraction for many years and has completely transformed her life using the seven steps she outlines in this book. She simply takes the guess work out of it for you.

With all the books on the law of attraction on the market today, Bisanz realized that readers can find the information redundant or confusing. She set out to create an easy to follow plan-of-action, to you get you manifesting all of your heart’s desires quickly and easily.

Some of Bisanz's spiritual concepts include: visualization, meditation, gratitude, journaling, vision boards, tithing, removing blocks, learning to let go, and much more. So what are you waiting for? Start your journey on the spiritual path to a blissful, prosperous and abundant life.

Toni Mari Talks About Her Free Book - And We Danced


Genre: Teen, Young Adult, Women's Fiction

What was the inspiration for your book?
I wrote this book to touch and inspire horse lovers out there. I have been told that it also gives a peek into the competitive horse showing world for non-equestrians. Most of the scenes come from direct experience coaching young people and training dressage horses, that's what makes it so real. And yes, horses and teens really do act like that.

The Main Characters: 
Jane is a shy, insecure, barn geek who is dedicated to horses but as with any teen, doesn't realize how hard having big goals can be. Windsong, her new horse, is highly trained but very sensitive and emotional. He acts out with explosive behavior when he becomes scared or uncomfortable. Jane meets Cory, a rodeo cowboy and reining champion, and she  her stereotype opinion of harsh, undisciplined, crazy cowboys changes.

Setting:
The North American Junior/Young Rider Championships is a real national team championship that serious young dressage riders work toward. It is similar to qualifying for the Olympic team but for under twenty-ones. Like every sport, only the top athletes, horse and rider, qualify, but unlike other sports, the animal has to be on board too. The show horses are fit and powerful which makes for some exciting and edgy situations.

What makes this book a great read?
This book makes you laugh out loud, cry and warms your heart. You will be filled with the anticipation that you feel at the beginning of a sports game or race, and you won't want to put it down. It is inspiring for our young people because it emphasizes the dedication and hard work necessary on the path to success.

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Let's talk about Love by Camy De Mario


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A cute puppy from the Bahamas and a young boy from Haiti, somehow will find their way into each other life...

Bouquet by B. A. Beers


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"Bouquet", the third book in "The Trilogy of the Rose" continues the journey of ‘the crying rose', Samantha Carter (aka Sami), and psychiatric therapist, Dr. Mark Stevens. The contents of the fifth cedar chest provide the answers to Sami's reasons for hiding her emotional sufferings. Empowered by the revelation, Dr. Stevens continues his quest to gather the shattered pieces of her past. A chance encounter with a link to her past uncovers a vital, missing piece which causes Sami to withdraw inward to escape. Once again faced with the unresponsive Mrs. Carter, Dr. Stevens must travel the path through the thorns. This time, he is aided by a familiar voice from Sami’s past – the keeper of her history. Together, they provide Sami the encouragement to face the past and open the door to her future.

Kyra Jacobs Talks About Her Free Book - Flirting With Fire


Genre: Romantic Suspense

What was the inspiration for your book?
I am a huge fan of massages--especially after spending so much time in front of my keyboard. After one massage, I wondered what it would be like to be the massage therapist looking down at their client on the table. And gee, what if the client was really, really handsome...and single...?

The Main Characters: 
The heroine is Liz Williams, who too often plays peacekeeper instead of following her heart. As such, she's still single at 30 and has never had the courage to leave the small town that's been suffocating her for years...until now.

Torrunn MacKay is the hero of this story. He's a Fort Wayne fireman who's not afraid to go after what he wants. Except commitment--he's convinced he doesn't want that...until Liz helps him see beyond his fears.

Setting:
This novel is set primarily in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. Most of the locations mentioned are real, though some of the business names have been slightly modified. Liz works in the building that originally housed the old world famous WOWO fire escape, and her apartment sits adjacent to the TinCaps baseball stadium.

What makes this book a great read?
This is a fun, easy read with characters you can relate to. They are everyday people, dealing with everyday issues. And arson. Yeah, there just might be some arson mixed in for good measure. Hmm, what better weapon to fight arson than a handsome, single firefighter... ;-)

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Dustin Time by June Kramin


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Genre: Time Travel Romance
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Kaitlyn thought she was happy with her life. Her veterinary practice successful, and a “boy toy” to keep her satisfied. At least until the night she turns thirty, when the inevitable biological clock starts to tick. Convincing herself that he is simply not father material, she decides to let him go. Dusty refuses to leave without a fight, and fate strongly agrees.

After an unsuccessful breakup, she wakes up once again in Dusty’s arms, only he’s not the same man. He’s an older version…and their child is crying from the next room. Dusty is the constant thread, determined to win her over in every time frame, as she wakes each day in her past or an alternate future.

Seeing a whole new side to him and knowing that they were truly meant to be, she allows herself to finally love him. Knowing she has to have fixed what was wrong, she expects it all to stop; only it doesn’t. Battling her frustrations daily, Kaitlyn desperately searches for the answers that will bring her time traveling to an end.

Brandon Berntson Talks About His Free Book - Castle Juliet


Genre: Contempory Fiction/Fantasy/Young Adult

What was the inspiration for your book?
I was working in a bookstore with a very close friend of mine.  We had shared stories back and forth for a long time and had that kind of closeness and camaraderie which makes friendship sacred.  One day she showed me the cover of a book with a boy and a girl leaning over a horse corral.  You could just see their backsides, and she said: "This reminds me of us."  In a flash, my head just exploded with this idea of a boy and a girl, not more than ten years old, the best of friends, the characters they were, and the imaginative nature of the tale.  I was so inspired, I couldn't wait to write it down.  Also, it was a far stretch from the darker work I usually do, and it was a relief and even very refreshing to write something with such playful innocence and magic in it.  I wanted to tell it through seasons, so that is how it is broken down, and I tried to capture the ambiance of Summer, Autumn, Winter, and Spring.  I hope I succeeded.

The Main Characters:
Jack is a very highly imaginative little boy, and he loves Alice dearly.  He lives in pretend words to such and extreme, that he often can't handle the pressures of reality, mainly school.  But summer is what he lives for, because there is only time to laugh and play and pretend and be anything you can imagine.  The adventures they take are mainly Jack's inspiration and imaginings, but Alice is always there to play the fair damsel, whom Jack is always trying to get to kiss him, which, she of course, blatantly refuses to do.

Alice, on the other hand, is far more practical, but she loves Jack with all her heart just as well, and she loves his adventures and the games they play.  She helps him with school, keep him rooted in reality while still allowing him to be who he really is, an imaginative child, who refuses to grow up.

Setting:
Storyville is a small town at the edge of the mountains, a place I made up where horses ride alongside automobiles, shoemakers, clockmakers, and ladies with parasols, while still being somewhat modern.  It is an idyllic setting, based on where I grew up myself, at the edge of the Rockies in Colorado, where there is plenty of rolling hills, open glades, and streams.  
What makes this book a great read?
I love this book because I think it really appeals to all ages.  I don't think there's a set category for it.  It is a fantasy, a contemporary, literary novel, a teen book, a young adult book, but I honestly think it's to the child in every adult it speaks to most of all.  It is a great read for all seasons, but it is also like nothing you have ever read before, at least I hope.  (I'm thinking of Dandelion Wine)  There's so much sadness and tragedy in the world that Castle Juliet is everything you wish the world could be.  It is everything you want your own childhood to be.  It is even about the parents and friends you wish you could have.  I wanted this to be a real wholesome, loving, feel good story from scene to scene without all the pain and hurt of the modern world.  Jack still has to deal with the death of his mom, even bullies in school, but there is such a resounding feeling of goodness and redemption, that even the slightest conflict brims with meaning and profundity.  I want you to feel more than anything when you read it warmth, fun, love, and laughter.  That is what Castle Juliet is.

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Misery's Child by J. Belinda Yandell


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Lillitha's entire life has been preparation for a consecrated marriage to the Holy Shallan, ruler of the Realm that unifies the Twelve Kingdoms. If she is chosen from among the candidates by the Bene priests and Cadian sisters, she will save her once-noble family from starvation, and enter a life of privilege and luxury.

All she must do is bear a son.

Her Cadian tutor, Yanna, has taught her much of the sisterhood's magic, but it is her younger sister, Marta, who is the stronger "tadomani" — a seer with the ability to read those around her with frightening skill. Already burning with ambition, Marta's only interest is in snaring Tomack, the eldest son of the kingdom's wealthiest merchant.

The Shallan is past his one hundredth summer: ill, half-crazed and desperate for an heir. The palace is full of intrigue and betrayal as Chancellor Paglia slyly siphons away more and more of the Shallan's powers. Osane, the head of the Cadian Sisters, is the only one who dares to stand in Paglia's way.

As the time of the Choosing draws near, Lillitha finds herself once more in the arms of a childhood friend, Scearce. The shy boy has grown into manhood with all the accomplishments befitting a prince, but he has never forgotten Lillitha.

Lillitha must make a terrible choice.... will she risk it all, for love?

Unforeseen by Nick Pirog


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Genre: Thriller
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Retired homicide detective Thomas Prescott is reluctant to read the best selling book Eight in October, a true-crime thriller based on a string of murders occurring throughout October of the past year. After all, it was his case, and he doesn t need to be reminded of the gruesome details. The book dubbed the serial killer, Tristen Grayer, The MAINEiac. Grayer is allegedly dead, but only Prescott knows the truth, Grayer is alive and lurking in the shadows. On October 1st, the anniversary of the first murder, Tristen resurfaces, killing someone special from Prescott's past. Suddenly, it s deja vu for Prescott except this time the women closest to him begin to fall victim at the hands of Grayer. With the help of former flame, medical examiner Dr. Caitlin Dodds, and Eight in October author, Alex Tooms, Prescott must race against the clock to stop Tristen from completing his encore.

Greek Mythology by Adonis Kallinikos


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Genre: Mythology
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This book covers a complete introduction of Greek Mythology, History, Folklore, Ancient Civilization and touches upon Mythical Stories. Inside you will learn the history, list of charismatic characters and their relationships to one another, conflicts and battles, all the way down to the mortal descendants and how these epic tales influence Greek culture today.

Gone Like the Shadow by Caleb Peiffer


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Genre: Christian Mystery
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"Yea, the darkness hideth not from thee . . ." - Psalms 139:12


When Leo Westmacott's wheelchair rattles through the door at Gauss Home orphanage late one night, nobody is expecting him—but then, a night ago nobody was expecting to find the assistant superintendent brutally murdered, either.

Twenty years later, the last thing Rachel Slaytor expects is the woman who once tried to murder her to show up on her doorstep—dead . . .

Now nobody knows what to expect next.

1902. The life of little, unwanted Rachel will be changed forever when Leo Westmacott comes to Gauss Home to solve a baffling murder and stop a ruthless killer—before Rachel becomes the second victim.

1920. Rachel's all grown up, but childhood ghosts persistently haunt her. When a corpse from her past appears all too unexpectedly in her bedroom, Leo takes the case, whirling his loyal assistant Pattrick undercover to discover what secrets can tie an old murder and an even older jewel theft to the dead woman's friends—and enemies.

2014. Author Caleb Peiffer teams up once again with his antiquated sleuth, Leo Westmacott, to bring us another wholesome old-fashioned imbroglio in Gone Like the Shadow, contemplative and puzzling to the very end.

Casual Friday by Shane Kuhn


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Genre: Short Thriller
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Casual Friday is the story of hit man John Lago’s very first assignment as a recruit with Human Resources, Inc., a placement agency that sends assassins, disguised as interns, to take out high-level targets under cover of corporate invisibility. John will go on to become the most successful “intern” in HR’s history.

Blackstone and the Great Game by Sally Spencer


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A series of kidnappings seemed like straightforward, run-of-the-mill crimes at first, but Inspector Sam Blackstone soon realizes they are anything but.

This gang is so ruthless that it shocks even the hardened London criminal underworld — so efficient and meticulous in its planning that it evades all the traps the police set for it with almost contemptuous ease.

And it is plain to Blackstone that this is just a preliminary skirmish — that the gang ultimately intends to play for much larger stakes.

But Blackstone's problems are only just beginning.

When the son of the visiting Maharajah of Chandrapore - known to all as the Tiger - is taken in a full-on ambush, Blackstone realises that the previous kidnappings were just practice for a plot that impacts not only Britain, but it’s whole Empire.

Blackstone finds himself caught up in a game of cat and mouse, frantically trying to pin down the loose threads to find the lost prince before it’s too late.

But with the criminals always appearing to be one step ahead of the Inspector, he begins to suspect that the threat is closer to home than he previously thought…

Out of Sight Out of Mind by Evonne Wareham


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Genre: Paranormal Romantic Suspense
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Everyone has secrets. Some are stranger than others.

Madison Albi is a scientist with a very special talent – for reading minds. When she stumbles across a homeless man with whom she feels an inexplicable connection, she can’t resist the dangerous impulse to use her skills to help him.

J is a non-person – a vagrant who can’t even remember his own name. He’s got no hope, until he meets Madison. Is she the one woman who can restore his past?

Madison agrees to help J recover his memory, but as she delves deeper into his mind, it soon becomes clear that some secrets are better off staying hidden.

Is J really the man Madison believes him to be?

Knights: The Hand of Tharnin by Robert E. Keller


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Genre: YA Fantasy
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A new evil threatens to bring down legendary Dremlock Kingdom. With two famous Knights struck down, and fear and chaos running wild, Lannon finds himself involved in another bizarre mystery as the forces of the relentless Deep Shadow plot to assassinate the squire and his friends.

Can Lannon's Eye of Divinity see the truth of things before the mighty towers of Dremlock Kingdom are turned into rubble?

DIY Household Hacks by Amber Brooks


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Genre: Non-Fiction
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Is your house filthy and you just don’t have time to clean it? Do you hate using harsh chemicals that can harm your children, your pets and yourself? Do you wish there was a short-cut and little tricks that would help you clean and organize your house quicker and easier? well, this book is for you!!

You’re about to discover how to clean and organize your house the simple, clever, easy way. Cleaning your house doesn’t have to be expensive, time consuming, or filled with harsh chemicals and bleaches that damage your clothes and give off noxious fumes. You just need to clean smart, not hard, and this book will show you how.

Castle Juliet by Brandon Berntson


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Genre: Fantasy
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Welcome to Storyville, where time stops completely, where you never grow old, and where magic lasts forever....

Alice and Jacky-boy are the best of friends. For a year they embark on fantastic adventures, most of which are born from Jack's relentless imagination. Though as each season draws to a close, another one opens, revealing its own timeless magic and mystery - things even Jack and Alice could have never imagined.

Castle Juliet is a timeless tale for all ages. It is a story for the child in all of us. It will leave you mystified and enchanted. But more importantly, it will leave you wanting more.

Sweet Baby Lover by Jule Kucera


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Genre: Memoir
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Jule Kucera had no reason to expect more than the construction work she hired him for. She was older, college educated, professional, affluent, a lifelong achiever . . . and lonely. Trent was a divorced father, a freelance construction worker with a high school diploma, and, due to a learning disability, a slow reader. He was more comfortable in a swamp than in a city. He was scarred, in more ways than one. But she saw that his eyes were kind and deep, and he saw that she was wounded but wanting. Could they learn to see past the scars and beyond the labels? Could they open themselves to love? And if they did, would that be enough? This unflinching memoir explores love between two people who have failed at love at least once. It measures the costs of love, the joys of loving, and what can happen when everything changes in a heartbeat.

Mindfulness Explained by C.K. Murray


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Is your life too hectic? Do you wish there was a way to finally conquer your stress? To boost your mood, your thoughts, your feelings, your health and happiness? If things are getting out of control, or if you simply seek a clearer, calmer, more fulfilling life, Mindfulness is the answer.

By embracing a mindful approach to living, you are well on your way to success. Mindfulness is more than just a fad or a simple mindset. Mindfulness is a revolutionary and powerful way to change your life and your world! It literally rewires our brains. It doesn't take a lot of sweat and tears--and it sure won't leave us in pain!

So what are you waiting for?

Heiress Apocalypse by Peter Joseph Swanson


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Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian
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After global disaster, a dysfunctional family rules inside an underground mountain city that is crumbling. When it blows up, the daughter takes the survivors to her new outpost away from the mountain…right in the path of the attacking Vagabond army and her double-crossing brother.

The Blue Dress by Janet E Capstick


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Genre: Thriller
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Gemma Pickering is a struggling young wife and mother working for a Home Care Company called SUPPORTING ROLES. Her latest 'Role' is offering care and support to a retired disabled Colonel.
A painting of the Colonel's late wife Isobella shows Gemma to be her double and before long he is besotted with her. The Colonel offers her what she considers to be an innocent proposal. With Christmas coming and her husband out of work, desperate for cash Gemma accepts. Her life then spirals out of control when she suffers rape followed by emotional blackmail by the Colonel's evil nephew Stuart. Worse is to come when Gemma realises she is being controlled by Isobella, terrified she consults the enigmatic medium Jasmin who conveys a message from beyond the grave. She must do as she is told because Isobella will allow no-one to get in her way.
Gemma must wear the Blue Dress to entrap the Colonel which results in an erotic encounter with him, she must then be abused by his nephew to enrage the Colonel, it is all part of a plan from beyond the grave. A plan formed by a dead woman whose love for her husband will not die.
The Blue Dress is a disturbing tale of a woman's fight to free herself from the clutches of a rapist whilst being manipulated by a long dead wife who seeks reuinion with her beloved husband.

Reset by Shane Barr


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Genre: Young Adult, SciFi, Action/ Adventure
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Sixteen-year-old Tia Jameson started spring break with three things on her mind: taking care of the adorable Wilson kids, passing Algebra, and getting the gorgeous co-captain of Olympia High’s basketball team, Adam Brewster, to notice her. When she passes out after one of the kids falls from a tree, she realizes that this spring break may be her last. While she seeks the truth in order to survive, science and conspiracy collide.

It Happened in St. Louis by Ann Rogers


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Genre: Mystery
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The mystery novel begins as a patient reads a newspaper headline: PROMINENT ST. LOUIS DOCTOR SHOT TO DEATH IN DOUBLE KILLING.The patient asks, "Why would anyone kill such a wonderful doctor?"As the story evolves to answer this question, a number of persons become possible suspects. In the middle of the story, there is another murder, and the plot grows more complicated.In addition to the suspense of the murder mystery, the interest of the reader is held by the strong character of Dr. Don Magill, a hospital administrator, and his love for Carol Desmond, a nurse at Mercy Hospital.

Easily Broken by Jennie Adair


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Genre: Suspense
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Sandie gave her child up for adoption so that it would have a better life than what she could provide as a high school senior. 18 years later a man from a powerful family killed that child along with her parents. Sandie vowed revenge and she used her mind as well as her body to get it. R.J. was hired to find the killer of a prominent San Antonio businessman. He knew men were capable of many things, but could this woman be the cold-blooded killer he was searching for? The cover-ups and misdirection's lead them both to question what is right and what is wrong in this fast paced adventure.

101 Quick & Easy Cookie Recipes by Victoria Steele


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Genre: Cookbook
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What’s better than the smell of freshly baked, homemade cookies? Eating them! So, get out a bowl and cookie sheets while you browse through this collection of delicious and simple cookies.

Whether you’re in the mood for a drop cookie, refrigerator cookie, bar cookie or no-bake cookie, you’re sure to find the perfect treat for after school snacks, late night munching or gifts for family and friends.

With over 100 cookie recipes, you’ll never be short on ideas for your next cookie baking adventure. These recipes are all made with the ingredients you probably already have on hand, and are simple and fast from start to finish. You and the family will be enjoying a sweet treat in no time, and the simple recipes make cleanup a snap.

Make traditional favorites like Peanut Butter Cookies or Chocolate Chip cookies, or try something new like Cashew Cookies or Coconut Baboon Cookies. You’ll also find simple recipes your kids can make themselves, like no-bake Chow Mein Cookies and Almond Bark Cookies. These are great for Saturday night sleep-overs and slumber parties.

So, take out your apron, put on your favorite music, pick out your favorite recipe and start baking a sweet treat the entire family will enjoy.

Atkins Diet Recipes for Beginners by Annie Sims


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Genre: Cookbook
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This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to prepare and make your own low carb Atkins Diet recipes. This recipe book is dedicated to all beginners who have very busy schedules and do not have enough time to prepare and cook their meals. This is also for those who are just starting with the Atkins Diet lifestyle and do not have any single recipe idea in mind. The recipes in this book will not only help you be at ease with the Atkins Diet lifestyle, it will also help you lose weight fast – in a delicious way!

Paleo Cooking for Beginners by Annie Sims


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The Paleo diet is inspired by the diet during the Paleolithic era. Homo sapiens were characterized as muscular, tall and athletic. After the agricultural revolution, people discovered new ways to grow food. However, the human body did not adapt well to digesting grains and other agricultural produce.

Paleo diet has also been hailed as an effective way to burn fat. The body prefers to burn fat since it is slowly burned and much more efficient than carbohydrates. However, as your carbohydrate consumption increases, the body opts to burn carbohydrates instead and stores the excess in the cells for later use. By eliminating simple carbs in your diet, your body can use fat for energy again.

Essentially, focusing on eating real food can have numerous benefits which include better gut health, improved digestion, and less body fat. The Paleo diet may seem very difficult to follow but with few recipes to get you started, you can soon start making your own Paleo dishes to enjoy.

Paleo diet focuses on eating whole and unprocessed foods. The diet encourages people to eat like the early humans did and consume mostly fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, nuts, and animal meat.

Paleo Recipes for Busy People by Annie Sims


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The Paleo Diet is said to be the healthiest way to eat since it is the one and the only nutritional approach which works with our genetic profile. Unlike other diets that are too restrictive, you can still indulge in great-tasting food, albeit you would have to avoid certain kinds of food such as dairy products, refined sugars, potatoes, salt, and refined vegetable oils. In particular, it promotes the consumption of lean proteins such as fish and meats, fresh fruits and vegetables and healthier fats. With this diet, you can have eggs, nuts and seeds, and healthier oils such as olive oil.

This diet has a wide range of health benefits. For starters, it makes your workouts more effective, stabilizes your blood sugar levels, helps you burns off stored fat, reduces allergies and provides you with balanced energy throughout the day. It is also an effective anti-inflammatory and even helps improve quality of sleep.

Some people follow this diet because they want to lose weight while others simply want a healthier lifestyle. No matter what your intentions are in following the Paleo Diet, here are some recipes that can help you in continuing the Paleo Diet. These recipes are easy to prepare and are not at all time-consuming. If you are a busy person, you would find this e-book handy.

Become A Private Tutor by Victoria Olubi


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Genre: Non-Fiction
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Do you want to earn money without feeling like you're working?
Would you love to have a job that truly changes people's lives?
Are you the kind of person who loves learning new things and thrives when showing others how to reach their "AH HA" moment?
Have you ever considered working with children or young adults?
Would you love to work when you want, on your own terms and earn the income you deserve?

If you answered "YES" to any of the above, this book is for you!

'Become A Private Tutor: How To Start and Build a Profitable and Successful Tutoring Business' delves into the common questions and concerns that many would-be tutors have when preparing to step into the tutoring profession.

The book covers topics such as:
1. The 5 skills of an amazing private tutor.
2. How to market your tutoring business in a way that's effortless and effective.
3. How to tutor and create an income that makes a difference in more ways than one.
4. Profitable online tutoring and much more.

This is a compact yet comprehensive guide to building a business that thrives in the tutoring industry.

Whether you're looking to teach from home, online or in a tuition centre, this book will give you the foundation you need to get started building a business that makes a difference not just in your own life, but in the lives of others.

Lawrence W. Gold, M.D. Talks About His Book - The Plague Within


Genre: Medical thriller/mystery

What was the inspiration for your book?
As a physician I've seen many promising treatments come and go. A drug rushed to market before adequate testing is dangerous and the side effects can be devastating.

The Main Characters:
Jack Byrnes, the medical director of ICU. Very smart and dedicated, but a bit conservative in practice.
Harmony Lane, a family practitioner who knows no limits in attempts to treat her patients.
Andre Keller, a brilliant, but ruthless investigator for a drug company.

Setting:
This is a novel in the Brier Hospital Series. The setting is Berkeley, California. Many characters and the settings appears in all Brier novels, but each may be read independently.

What makes this book a great read?
Human beings are drawn to the quick fix and to promises of eternal youth. The Plague Within suggest that the costs for these outcomes may be too high.

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Ward Z by Amy Cross


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It began with a strange new kind of cancer, born on the other side of the world. Eventually, it erupted on a British hospital ward...

When a new cancer patient is brought into his care, Dr. Andrew Page assumes it'll just be another case of battling against the odds. Soon, however, he realizes that this new patient has been infected by a type of cancer that shows signs of intelligence.

As the ward is put into lockdown, Dr. Page struggles to understand the nature of the disease. More and more people start to become sick, until finally Dr. Page has to face the horrific truth: a new strain of cancer has emerged, taking control of its victims' bodies and turning them into zombie-like creatures.

For Dr. Page, this is a terrifying but fascinating new development. For the military, however, it means only one thing: the ward must be sealed, and the entire building - including everyone trapped inside - must be studied, observed... and then killed.

Ward Z is a medical horror novel about a deadly new disease that emerges from a particularly virulent form of cancer. Contains violence, swearing and scenes of horror.

Mistress of the Solstice by Anna Kashina


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Genre: Fantasy
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As the head priestess of the ancient Solstice cult, Marya must sacrifice a virgin every year. She copes with this gruesome duty by assuming a mask of cold detachment, as her father—the evil tzar Kashchey—devours the maidens' souls to maintain his youth and power. It is his power alone that keeps Marya’s kingdom safe from all enemies—or so she was raised to believe.

When Ivan arrives on a quest to stop the virgin sacrifices, Marya throws all her magic against him. To maintain her life—and that of her father—she must destroy Ivan before he completes his quest. But can she find it in her heart to do so?

Baba Yaga, Leshy, Vodyanoi, and the ancient animal deities come alive in this beautifully crafted romantic story that will take you into the authentic world of Russian fairy tales—with a dark, sensual twist.

The Simple Dump Cake Cookbook by Jenna Jolan


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This book is great for those:

- Who love cakes but don’t know how to bake.
- Who love baking but can’t tolerate the mess it leaves behind.
- Who love cakes and know how to bake, but don’t have the time or patience.
- Who like trying out new cake recipes to surprise others.
- Who frequently host parties and get together and usually run out of dessert ideas!

Become A Master Dump Cake Chef Overnight...

These dump cakes are so easy to make and they taste so wickedly delicious that people won’t stop asking how you made them!

You no longer have to worry about the mess that comes with baking because dump cakes are kitchen friendly! No more mess!

All you have to do is grab your ingredients and dump them in a baking tray and voila! Mouth-watering and delicious dump cakes ready to be devoured by you and everyone else who has the fortune of tasting it!

Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes by Victoria Love


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Find out how to how to live a healthy lifestyle on a budget with this new meal in a crock pot manual for delicious eating. Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes Revealed: Fast Recipes For Slow Delicious Success is one of the most popular vegetarian recipe books titles on the market today. The step-by-step approach to finding out how to get the most from your slow cooker and living an extraordinary life in the healthiest way possible. This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to prepare wonderful and finger-licking vegetarian recipes for your family and friends. The book goes further to point out the wonders and benefits of preparing vegetarian slow cooker recipes that befit all occasions, and for all seasons in the year.

The Plague Within by Lawrence Gold


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Genre: Thriller
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Even in the age of the genome and sophisticated biotechnology, medical progress still moves at a snail’s pace. Seasoned investigators are matured by experience and they accept the virtue of the too-slow scientific process. The young, however have been brought up in a world of instant gratification, and they barrel ahead never looking back to see the havoc in their wake.
So it is with Dr. Harmony Lane. In her single-minded obsession to cure her patients, she cuts corners and treats a desperately ill woman with an experimental viral vector provided by an unscrupulous research scientist. While he shares her impatience, he cares nothing for her humanistic sensibilities. She uses a similar vector on her patients with autoimmune diseases.
While the vector has remarkable curative properties, it soon becomes clear that it has devastating and lethal side effects.
The race is on to cure or at least control the vector before it kills again.
The novel proves, once again, that “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”.

The Edge Of The Country And Other Stories by Trevor Denyer


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Genre: Horror, Dark Fantasy
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This is the expanded edition of Trevor Denyer's highly praised short story collection, covering the horror and dark fantasy spectrum.

The Trouble With Pixies by Gayle Ramage


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Genre: Short Fantasy
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Michael has just moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, to make a fresh start with his three children. While they're out exploring the city, he's relaxing with a glass of wine.

That is until a knock on the front door leads to a bizarre revelation from a strange, red-haired woman, and an encounter in the attic with some grumpy, swearing pixies.

Ripple: A Dolphin Love Story by Tui Allen


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Twenty million years ago, powers of the universe allow an ancient spirit one final chance to achieve a mysterious intellectual purpose, by incarnating it as a dolphin on the planet Azure (Earth.) The spirit is born as Ripple, a vulnerable female with a seeming tendency to insanity. She falls for the scarred fighter-dolphin Cosmo and love inspires her to achieve her purpose. But before she can communicate her discovery, she must overcome terrific odds among the terrors and tragedies of the ancient oceans. If she can succeed, the universe will change forever, and allow dolphins to profoundly affect the yet-to-evolve human race.
Ripple is an inspirational story in the Visionary and Metaphysical Fiction genre. It can also be firmly classed as mind/body/spirit fiction, (MBS) or marine environmental fantasy.

Easy Greek Traditional Recipes by Cookie A. Baker


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From the prehistoric times, the shiny Greek land, was ungrudging offering to the blessed locals of this country, perfect quality raw materials, to be able to elevate the corporeal need of human body for food, to aesthetic science and art.
Gastronomy, one of the biggest and important applied art, featuring all the great civilizations with ancient roots.
Ancient Greek cuisine, transformed into Byzantine due to some Roman ''injections'' and then to modern Greek, after being collected data from Latin and Turkish subjugation ages.
Today, Greek cuisine, with the famous local specialties, remains completely the same with the one that ancient Greek writers refer to, like Herodotus, Homer, Elianos, Athinaios.
Sun still fondles with his warm sun rays the olive trees, the vine and all the other fruit and trees.
The detailed territory of Greece, the temperate climate is still giving very fine taste of the vegetables, fruits, legumes and cereals.
Greek seas also, provide the country with extremely tasty fish and other large varieties of seafood.
Animals and poultry maintain the ancient original taste and flavor because they are still feeding with the old, good traditional way!
Last but not least, the best part of Greece, famous olive oil, still remains the best in quality of all the others in the world and don't forget to say about Greek wines, with the fine taste and smooth flavor.
To all I have mentioned, add the pure hospitality and the joy of life, who the sun full Greek landscape is inspiring.
Through the paths of taste and spiciness, let yourself be guided to the utmost delight!
 
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