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Genre(s): Spirituality | Travel
In a memoir of saints, sages, and swollen ankles, Helen walks across the Catholic heartland of Northern Spain. Her chosen route is the picturesque Camino Way, a Christian pilgrimage revered since medieval times. Ancient towns and villages, each with a distinct culture and cuisine, mark the way.
Memories and miles intertwine, spanning not only the countryside but also her Christian upbringing and later life as a Buddhist. What is it that compels her into the cathedrals and rustic churches she finds during her month-long journey?
‘Just as I walked from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela – a different woman now to the one who began – I also travelled from one religion to another. Perhaps I put on pilgrim boots to better understand the message of each – the verbs of their prayers – what it means to engage with life, the joys of aloneness and the delights of company.’
Through recollections of meditation retreats, monasteries in Burma and encounters with the gilded Saints and Madonnas of Spanish cathedrals, Helen contemplates the heart of two religions, in her quest for deeper meanings that can unite us all.
Genre(s): Romance | Contemporary
When you pretend to be a witch, you risk attracting a witch-hunter!
Shakespearean actress Kate Kingsley is portraying one of the three witches in Macbeth when she playfully reads the palm of a sexy stranger. But Daniel Haggarty turns out to be a muckraking Internet crusader with zero tolerance for Kate’s fortune-telling, her psychic mother, or her reincarnated cat.While protecting her ghost-whisperer mom from the skeptical Daniel, Kate is irresistibly drawn by his dark sensuality. Soon they are playing a dangerous game. As the fires of love threaten to consume them both, it is no longer obvious who is practicing magic and who is under a spell.
A sexy new series
Welcome to Book 1 of Linda Barlow’s contemporary romance series, Night Games. The series is about a group of college friends who have stayed in touch since graduation via an online game that one of them created. They offer love and support for each other through their various life crises.The books are each complete and separate, but in some respects they build upon one another. Characters are introduced in the first novel, Blazing Nights, who appear again in later books. While it’s possible to read the stories in any order, readers will probably have the most fun if they read them sequentially.Each of these books was published previously in some form, but they have been completely rewritten and bear little resemblance to the originals. All are considerably longer, with new characters and different events. Blazing Nights was inspired by Linda’s classic romance (long out of print), Bewitched. Linda is also the author of the bestselling historical romance, Fires of Destiny.
“Linda Barlow’s sexy, suspenseful page-turners are pure pleasure to read.” Susan Elizabeth Phillips.”Linda is a wonderful story-teller. She grabs you on the first page and plunges you straight into the tumultuous lives of her fascinating characters.” Jayne Ann Krentz.
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Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Thrillers
The Most Dangerous Police Book Ever Written…
In Superbia, it’s not what happens on the streets that’s scary, at least you know those people are trying to kill you. It’s what happens inside the station.
Small-town police detectives get the job done any way they can while constantly trying to subvert the power-mad efforts of their administrators. Not-Even-Promoted Detective Vic Ajax and his protege Frank O’Ryan face off with rapists, pedophiles, drug dealers, and a six foot bunny rabbit that beats the truth out of criminals.
Written by a police detective who was subsequently stripped of his rank after the book’s publication, Superbia is the funniest, scariest, and “Most subversive police book since Serpico!”
Genre(s): Chick-Lit | Contemporary Fiction
The vet handed Maggie Baxter a plastic specimen bag containing a pair of size-tiny lavender thong panties extracted from her dog; but they were not hers. Or rather, they were hers now since she’d just paid $734 to have Dr. Carter surgically remove them from Kona’s gut.
This is how Maggie Baxter, a practical, rule-following accountant, discovers that her husband of seventeen years is cheating on her. All her meticulous life plans are crushed. When he leaves her for the other woman, Maggie and her the-world-is-my-smorgasbord chocolate Lab, Kona, are left to put their lives back together. As Maggie begins to develop a Plan B for her life, she decides to be more like Kona. No, she’s not going to sniff crotches and eat everything that isn’t nailed down; rather she’ll try to approach life with more ball-chasing abandon. Finding herself in situations where she begins to go through her usual over-analysis of the pros and cons, she stops and instead asks herself: What would Kona do? With Kona as her guru, Maggie begins her quest for tail-wagging joy.
“What the Dog Ate” is a funny, tender story of mending a broken heart and finding love and a new life right under your nose, with woman’s best friend at your side. If you enjoyed Claire Cook’s “Must Love Dogs” or Allie Larkin’s “Stay,” you’ll love “What the Dog Ate” and be rooting for Maggie and Kona.
Genre(s): Humor | Romantic Comedy
Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Finalist
“Highly recommended!” - Midwest Book Review“The book is a hilarious read! - BookGeeks (UK) “Laugh-out-loud funny!” -NY Times bestselling author Darcie Chan
Love At Absolute Zero is a comic romance about Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old star physicist at the University of Wisconsin who’s determined to meet his soul mate within three days using the Scientific Method. As he channels his inner salmon for speed dating, he accidentally steps on the toes of a visiting Danish schoolteacher–and his life turns upside down.
“Watching Gunnar and his band of nerds apply the scientific method to romance will keep you laughing and deliciously engaged,” says author Lynn Hightower (HIGH WATER, FORTUNES OF THE DEAD). “Gunnar negotiates the puzzling world of women who are just not that into him. Finally, the shoe is on the other foot. Refreshing, delightful, and unique.”
“As if Einstein didn’t struggle hard enough failing at a unified field theory,” says Philip Persinger, author of Do The Math, “Meeks ups the ante by tossing philosophy, anthropology, hashish and love (with a capital L) into the mix. And while we’re so sorry, Uncle Albert, in Love At Absolute Zero, Meeks succeeds absolutely.”
“I’ve read both of Meeks’s short story collections and The Brightest Moon of the Century,” says author Kevin Gerard (Conor and the Crossworlds). “I roared through Love At Absolute Zero in a day and a half. Meeks’s prose is carefully crafted, his characters compelling and entertaining. I love everything he writes, and I recommend Love At Absolute Zero without reservation.”
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