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by David N. PaulyGet this book for FREE
In the aftermath of the Great War, the land of Nostraterra lies in ruins.
While Men, Elves and Dwarves struggle to rebuild their kingdoms, secret factions risk plunging their realm into open warfare by threatening the life of Alfrahil: crown Prince of Eldora. As fire rains down within the city walls, a desperate Alfrahil rides for his life to escape assassination.
Who is plotting to kill him, and why?
A Chance For Snow
by S M SpencerGet this book for FREE
Of course Debra Franklin is looking forward to her best friend’s wedding; she just wishes she wasn’t dateless again, because even though she’s made plans to leave the small-town gossips behind, she knows the wedding photos with her looking like a spinster will last forever. But when the tall-dark-and-handsome Jim Mitchell, with his cobalt blue eyes shadowed by an American cowboy hat, appears on the scene just a week before the wedding she reckons her problem of being dateless might just be solved.
Megan Saunders has always wanted a White Christmas, and this year she’s having one—in Canada. But getting her wish is a double-edged sword as it means having less time with her best friend, Porter Murray, before he leaves for university. She’s getting her childhood wish fulfilled, so why does her future feel as bleak as a dusty road leading nowhere?
Rosecliff Manor Haunting
by Cheryl BradshawGet this book for FREE
Psychic medium Addison Lockhart jolts awake, her brow sweaty, head throbbing. The dream had seemed so real.
The twins, eleven-year-old Vivian and Grace, were so full of life she wanted to reach out, touch them. But she couldn’t. The girls had been dead for forty years. Why then had they appeared to her, summoning her help? Were their untimely deaths really an accident, or was something far more sinister to blame?
by Megg JensenGet this book for FREE
The mystery enshrouding Hutton’s Bridge is as impenetrable as the fog that descended at its borders eighty years ago. Each year, three villagers enter the mist searching for answers. No one ever returns.
Then a dragon falls from the sky to the town square, dead—the first glimpse of an outside world that has become nothing more than a fairy tale to Hutton’s Bridge. Except to Tressa.
Tressa grew up with Granna’s stories of the days before the fog fell. When Granna dies, leaving Tressa without any family, Tressa ventures into the fog herself, vowing to unravel the foul magic holding Hutton’s Bridge captive.
by Tess ThompsonGet this book for FREE
Blythe Heywood denied her destiny when she left Finn Lanigan behind thirteen years ago to return to her fiancé, a wedding, and the life of safety and security that she’d yearned for since she was a child. But in the wake of her husband’s betrayal, Blythe is forced to begin again. And it’s her memories of Finn, the only man who ever weakened her knees, that call her across the Pacific Northwest in search of the next chapter in her life.
Starting over in the foothills of Blue Mountain changes everything Blythe thought she knew as she learns that sometimes the road not taken is actually the path that is meant to be. The first book in the Blue Mountain Series joins Tess Thompson’s lovable but complex characters with a mature love story about second chances, families, and learning to love after loss.
The Lost One: A Russian Legacy
by Penelope HainesGet this book for FREE
She is an orphan, independent, unattached and free of any personal ties.
So why is Purdie Davis, an unexceptional nurse from New Zealand, receiving unsolicited gifts? Nothing ordinary but unusual, valuable antiques that must have a story behind them. Purdie doesn’t know their source, and has no idea of their significance. Is she wrong to find this attention menacing?
A romantic saga spanning three generations, The Lost One begins as Kyril Komarov flees Moscow, escaping the Russian Revolution. The story crosses the globe as Purdie learns about her family and of the treasure entrusted to their protection at the dawn of the twentieth century, a treasure that now could put Purdie’s own life in danger.
by Eric BergreenGet this book for FREE
It’s the last week of summer vacation, in 1985 for three boys who find themselves on the tipping point of boredom until one suggests that they sneak into a construction site while the workers are away. After being chased out and almost caught by the onsite foreman, the ensuing adrenaline rush leaves Derek in a state of euphoria and sparks an interest in him to capture the feeling again and again.
Derek suffers from a terrible case of insomnia where, every so often, his brain refuses to let him sleep for days on end while it progressively leads him to hallucinate strange, dark creatures. But as he learns that the adrenaline rushes are having a re-charging effect on his body he initiates his two best friends, Sean and Jaxon, in a new game they begin to call The Sneak.
The Gauguin Connection
by Estelle RyanGet this book for FREE
Murdered artists. Masterful forgeries. Art crime at its worst.
World renowned expert in nonverbal communication, Doctor Genevieve Lenard investigates insurance claims. Not murder. So when her boss asks her to help his acerbic friend look into the death of a young artist, her autistic mind rebels against the change.
A straightforward murder investigation quickly turns into a quagmire of stolen Eurocorps weapons, a money-laundering charity, forged art and high-ranking EU officials abusing their power. As if this isn’t enough, she reluctantly teams up with an international thief whose knowledge of the art world proves invaluable.
Marigolds And Murder
by London LovettGet this book for FREE
Lacey ‘Pink’ Pinkerton has left behind a six figure job and her reputation as the million dollar nose—a nickname her super sense of smell earned her within the perfume industry. With her pet crow Kingston and a tabby cat named Nevermore, she is settling right into her new life in the small coastal town of Port Danby. With a flower shop opening soon and a full cast of quirky neighbors and friends, her new digs are exactly what she’s been looking for. Away from the hectic hustle and bustle of the city Lacey has found peace and happiness. However, her heightened sense of smell proves to be of use once again when a Port Danby neighbor turns up dead. Lacey finds herself caught up in an unexpected murder investigation alongside the handsome local detective, James Briggs. She’s determined to find the killer and solve the murder mystery before any more bodies turn up.
by Mark EllerGet this book for FREE
One man. Two worlds. Last Chance.
On the edge of a far frontier rests a place of gentle manners and common civility–Last Chance. Threats of war change all of that. A hero is needed. A Savior. Meet Aaron Turner, the unassuming man who runs the Last Chance General Store. He may not be all that they hoped for.
Travelers In Painted Wagons
by Mary Lou CheathamGet this book for FREE
Travelers is the story of Trudy’s friend Jeremy Smitherlin as he finds himself functioning as the adult in his home because his parents have emotional and physical illnesses. Jeremy first appeared in The Dream Bucket as the slimy boy who dipped Trudy Cameron’s braids into his ink well.
He struggles to be perfect so he can win approval. The more he tries to do the right things, the more he irritates Caleb, his papa. Jeremy wants his mother to live, but she moves closer to death. Travelers settle on Cohay Creek, which runs through Caleb’s farm. The captain of the Travelers becomes a friend.
Although Jeremy would like to live an innocent, carefree life, evil adults slam him into a grown-up world. He learns about gunfights, adultery, drunkenness, physical abuse, and sarcasm.
Sometimes, despite all his problems, Jeremy has adventures that are fun, such as snacking on a candy bar and soda at a store in Soso or wading in the ice-cold near the Spillway at Gitano, Mississippi.
by Michael GreenGet this book for FREE
When a devastating, Super-SARS pandemic strikes, members of the Chatfield family, scattered around the globe, discover they possess a crucial gene that gives them immunity. Knowing that for their ultimate survival they must increase their gene pool, two members of the New Zealand branch of the family embark on a perilous journey in a small yacht. The community they find in England is a very different one, based on the rule of fear. Not only does it look impossible to take anyone back to New Zealand, but it may also be impossible for them to escape themselves… A dazzling debut, sharp, gripping and plausibly scary.
by Mike WinterGet this book for FREE
Who do you trust when everyone has their own agenda?
Novice Government Assassin, Tom Black is sent to Hong Kong to track down a rogue agent who has sold top secret information to the Chinese.
In a cat and mouse chase through the bustling city, Black must ensure that he identifies and takes out the disgraced agent, but at the same time be wary of his colleagues who are all pursuing their own interests.
First Of September
by Kathleen JoyceGet this book for FREE
Clare Harrigan and her girlfriends are delighted when their childhood friend, Addie Halls, returns to Amelia Bay. She’s left a hectic, but successful, career behind and is ready to embrace a calmer, new life. Addie slipped away under a dark cloud twenty years earlier. Unfortunately, not everyone celebrates her return to their charming town. Heart-breaking secrets have simmered for years beneath the surface of this quiet community, nestled along the shores of the magnificent Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest. The secrets reach their boiling point and spill over. The result is death. Clare and her friends have to prove to the Chief of Police he has a murder on his hands and not, as he believes, an accident.
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