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Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy & Magic, Literature & Fiction, Fantasy, Epic, Teens
T suYa is running out of time. Cursed by the hand of the dark Arweinydd, Zerom, he struggles against the gripping darkness that threatens to consume him.
In effort to bring home a cure, ZenToYa journeys into the Spiral, the heart of their enemy’s homeland, to battle a creature from the Time Before. But when ancient clan rivalries begin loom out of the shadows of the past, Zento discovers that there may be more planned to his quest than merely finding help for his son.
Meanwhile, in lands far away, AsaHi and SoYa arrive in the deep mountain city where the Dragon servants of Zemi dwell. There, AsaHi learns of the secrets that lay hidden within herself, a power that draws her nearer to the heart of Zemi Dreigiau. She finds herself torn, caught between her love and loyalty to her Promised, SoYa, and a strange, growing attraction to the Lord Dragon. Little does she realize that her connection to the Dreigiau may be the only thing that can pull him from the brink of Chaos, a power that seeks to devour his spirit.
Shadowed Homelands is book 2 of the Dreigiau series, a young adult fantasy, where Dragons are the guardians of the people of the once-great nation, Nefol. You can find the other books in the series here:
Book 1: The Gift of Flame (Free for Kindle) http://www.amazon.com/Gift-Flame-Dreigiau-Book-ebook/dp/B007RXPYXQ
Genre(s): Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Literature & Fiction, Poetry
F or the noble purpose of bringing joy, “Lunch from a Cannon” fires away with 62 poems, including a brand new take on the English folktale “Jack and the Beanstalk”. Poems range from the humorous to the wondrous and profound.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Police Procedurals, Romance, Romantic Suspense
D o first loves ever really die? While reunions can take many forms, there is always one question that has to be answered sooner or later–what happened?
Vance had always been extremely proud of Noella, and just because his life had been ruined, he saw no reason why she had to have the same faith. When his dad died, leaving him and his mother penniless, he dropped out of law school and ended his relationship with Noella, but in doing so, he stopped a scandal that could have ruined her family. These secrets he would never let her know. Ironically, years later, he would have never guessed she would be instrumental in ruining his career with the Tampa police force.
After Noella finished law school and started pursuing her goal of working up the ranks in judgeships, she never considered inviting another guy into her life. As such, when someone attempts to threaten her into vacating her seat on the bench, and by force if necessary, she knows of no one else she really trust as much as Vance, who now has a successful bodyguard and private detective business.
She knows that Vance might hate her for her part in having him dismissed from the police force, but what he will never know is that she actually saved him from going to prison. Additionally, she now thinks he was framed, and perhaps by the same people who are threatening her. She had to talk him into taking her on as a client . . . but would he agree to her request?
As the number of attacks on her life increases, Vance soon has no choice but to offer her his protection, and in spite of everything, when they see each other again their old attraction for each other returns. She wants the truth. He wants the truth. However, making the ultimate sacrifice is not always easy to understand, whether given or received. Ultimately . . . could they now trust each other with these secrets? While their lives depend on discovering the truth to their past, these truths are locked in deep secrets that could also destroy them.
Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Lawyers & Criminals, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Suspense
D eception in Savannah is a humorous crime novel, written in the tongue-in-cheek style of Mark Twain.
A prominent physician, driving while intoxicated, kills a pedestrian in a late-night hit and run accident. The only eyewitness is a would-be entrepreneur with attention deficit disorder. He also has a photographic memory, but his memories surface randomly and quickly slip back beyond his conscious grasp. His instincts as a street hustler keep him from coming forward, especially since he can’t quite focus on what it is that he needs to tell the authorities.
The driver’s casual reaction to the accident is a tipping point in his rocky relationship with his business partner and long-time mistress. She decides to break off their relationship and demands a large cash settlement for her interest in their bogus diet clinic in exchange for her silence. Her blackmail scheme lands them in trouble with the clinic’s major investor.
Unbeknownst to them, the investor is a drug king-pin using the clinic to launder money. Confused by the antics of the mistress and her alcohol-addled, porn-addicted lawyer, the mobster thinks that his empire is under attack by an unknown rival. His lethal attempts to eliminate the imagined threat to his business are frustrated by chance and the incompetence of his subordinates.
Eventually, the police find the somewhat befuddled eyewitness, who finally stumbles across his clear but misplaced recollection of the accident, and everyone’s carefully laid plans begin to unravel with comical results.
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Memoirs, Christian Books & Bibles, Christian Living, Health Fitness & Dieting, Death & Grief, Grief & Bereavement, Parenting & Relationships, Family Relationships, Fatherhood, Advice & How-to, Health Mind & Body, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Faith
T his is a letter, written in lieu of a eulogy by a grieving father to his son, who died at two months of age from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It is a heartfelt tribute, meant to resonate with any parent who has lost a child; a beacon, perhaps—a suggestion of light and hope within the maelstrom of unimaginable, devastating loss.