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Genre(s): Literary | Contemporary Fiction
Hilma Wolitzer’s acclaimed first novel–a powerful portrait of a family coming to terms with grief
At night, Sandy feels the pain of separation most deeply. As she settles into bed, she misses the sounds Jay used to make as he emptied his pockets and undressed. She misses the way a playful nighttime conversation could become significant in an instant. She misses his touch. To fall asleep, she imagines Jay’s voice, imagines their loving exchanges–but she cannot imagine lying in his arms. Jay is in the hospital now, his body wasting away from cancer. As the disease progresses, he and Sandy try to come to terms with the fact that he will never come home again–and that his children will soon lose their father forever. Poignant and raw, Ending is a finely rendered look at love, loss, and survival. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Hilma Wolitzer, including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.
Genre(s): Fantasy | Romance
Magnolia Kelch is no stranger to pain. Beautiful and powerful, she’s spent her entire life at the mercy of her sadistic father and the rest of the Kelch clan, who have tortured her and tested the limits of her powers. After one particularly heinous night that leaves Magnolia nearly dead, she finally sees her chance for escape…
But this first taste of freedom is short-lived when she collides with Thirteen, head of the Network–a secret organization dedicated to fighting supernatural criminals–who recruits her into the group. Even as she’s coming to grips with this new life and the horrific memories that still haunt her, she’s conflicted by her growing attraction to fellow team member Theo and the emergence of new, untested abilities. After months of grueling training, her loyalty to the team is tested when she learns her target is the Network’s most wanted: the Kelch family.
Revenge may course through her veins, but so does the blood of the Kelches. And opposing her family may cost her the thing she treasures most. After all, Magnolia is still a Kelch. And the Kelch are damned.
Genre(s): Romance | Anthologies
A corporate takeover, a sexy rival, a potential gold-digger, a marriage of convenience…just another day in the life of a hot CEO.
From USA Today bestselling authors Noelle Adams and Stacey Joy Netzel and Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestselling authors Judy Angelo, Samantha Chase, and Ana E Ross, Loving the CEO is a bundle of five contemporary romance novels featuring sexy, business-tycoon heroes and the women who love them (318,000 words, over 1000 pages).
A Negotiated Marriage by Noelle Adams: Three years into a marriage of convenience, Molly falls for her own husband when sex becomes part of their business arrangement.
Billionaire’s Island Bride by Judy Angelo: During her island vacation, college student Erin ends up blackmailed into marriage with a billionaire bad boy.
Catering to the CEO by Samantha Chase: Cassie is determined to best jaded CEO Adams in a business deal, and the rivalry quickly becomes heated…in more ways than one.
More Than a Kiss by Stacey Joy Netzel: A kiss with Sadie on the set of a commercial sparks the interest of self-made millionaire Zach, until he begins to suspect she’s nothing but a gold-digger.
The Mogul’s Reluctant Bride by Ana E Ross: Rivals Kaya and Bryce will do anything to keep the children they both love–and anything includes getting married.
Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy
Who among us will cast aside a comfortable existence and risk death to follow a dream?
A world kept peaceful for a thousand years by the magic of the ruling vicars. But a threat lurks from a violent past. Wizards from the darkness have hidden their sorcery in a place called the keep, and left a trail of clues that have never been solved.
Nathaniel has grown up longing for more, but unwilling to challenge the vicars. Until his friend Thomas is taken for a teaching, the mysterious coming-of-age ritual. Thomas returns but with his dreams ripped away. When Orah is taken next, Nathaniel tries to rescue her and ends up in the prisons of Temple City. There he meets the first keeper of the ancient clues. But when he seeks the keep, what he finds is not magic at all.
If he reveals the truth, the words of the book of light might come to pass:
“If there comes among you a prophet saying ‘Let us return to the darkness,’ you shall stone him, because he has sought to thrust you away from the light.”
Genre(s): Romance | Contemporary
Bestselling author Tess Thompson, whose debut novel Riversong
touched the hearts of readers worldwide, delivers a captivating and
suspenseful tale of the possibilities that await us in life and in love -
if we can find the courage to get off the sidelines.
Crushed by a broken heart ten years ago, Cleo Tanner walked away from her acting dreams and now leads a quiet, secluded life in Seattle. Sylvia, her best friend from college, is trapped in a loveless marriage, distraught by her inability to conceive a child – until an adoption agency owner in relentless pursuit of Cleo offers to help.
Just as Sylvia begins to experience a profound love that only a mother can feel, a detective approaches Cleo with disturbing questions about the adoption agency. Determined to protect her friend, Cleo jumps into a dangerous investigation that forces her to confront the ghosts of her past.
A toast to friendship, motherhood, mended hearts and new beginnings, Caramel and Magnolias reminds us it’s never too late to reawaken the heart.
Meet Cleo and Peter, who make special appearances in Tess’s new release Riverbend and upcoming release Riverstar, for the discounted price of $0.99 (75% off) for a limited time only!
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | Historical
Ever wanted to know more about the American Presidents, but were unsure where to look?
Bad Ass Presidents follows the life of America’s warrior Presidents. Forget Bush, forget Obama – They’re a bunch of pussies compared to these guys.
> George Washington rode fearlessly at the head of his troops. During the French and Indian wars he had two horses shot from under him, and four bullet holes blasted through his coat. None of that discouraged him.
> Andrew Jackson has the dubious honor of being the first President to have an assassination attempt made upon his life. What did the old warrior do? He charged the son-of-a-bitch with his cane and went on with his day.
> William Henry Harrison defeated the Indian chief Tecumseh at the Battle of the Thames. At the Battle of Tippecanoe he had two horses shot from under him and kept fighting.
> Zachary Taylor, hero of the War of 1812 and Mexican War, was propelled into office through his military fame. Because of religious beliefs he refused to be inaugurated on Sunday. As a result this was the only day in history America had neither a President nor Vice-President.
> Abraham Lincoln fought in the Black Hawk War; physically tossed an agitator out of the audience at his first political rally; in the Civil War he often visited battlefields, walking here and there, with no regard for the dangers involved.
> General Ulysses S. Grant was a hard drinking, rough and tumble fighter who moved from one battle to the next not stopping to rest in between. Of him all Lincoln could say was – “I can’t spare him, he fights.
> Theodore Roosevelt was a gentleman, a scholar, and one of the hardest fighting Presidents we have ever had. He was a frontiersman with his own ranch in the Dakotas; he raised his own regiment, the Rough Riders, to fight in the Spanish American War; as a politician he was fearless, and fought for a “Square Deal” for everyone.
Each of these Bad Asses show what a President can be if he doesn’t spend his entire day flying a desk, or hiding under it.
Read the book! Learn about some real American Heroes.
Read an excerpt about Andrew Jackson –
Although several smaller skirmishes were fought during the preceding month, what we think of as the Battle of New Orleans was fought on January 8th, 1815.
As dawn broke that morning it seemed the entire British army was advancing at once. A Congreve rocket went off near the woods. That was the signal for the attack. Battery number 6 fired a twelve pounder. Carroll’s Tennessee troops bore the brunt of the first British attack.
General Adair formed his Kentucky troops behind the Tennesseans. Batteries 6, 7, and 8 opened fire taking a terrible toll on the advancing British troops, but the British kept moving forward. The Kentucky and Tennessee infantry were five or six deep by this time. Each line fired, fell back to reload, and gave the next line room to fire.
All the while the British artillery roared, and their rockets burst overhead. The fire from the Tennessee and Kentucky riflemen was deadly. Their bullets chopped down the advancing British troops.
The British retreated amongst the carnage. They reformed for a second charge. Once again, they were forced back by the deadly fire laid on them by the frontier riflemen. British dead and wounded littered the battlefield as they pulled back.
Another attack led by British General Keene advanced on the right. The Americans fell back. For a moment it looked like the British had broken through. Beale’s rifles launched a new attack. Battery 1 and 2 soon joined in with a deadly volley that mowed down the advancing British troops.
The British loss was seven hundred killed, and fourteen hundred wounded. The American loss was six killed, and seven wounded.
It was a complete victory for Jackson and the Americans.
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