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One Is Come
by C. H. MacLeanGet this book for FREE
The centuries-old prophesy of the One is being fulfilled, and the ancient dragon clans are coming out of hiding to remake the world. The king of the magic users will stop at nothing to be sure the prophecy is fulfilled the right way–with his oppressive government ruling. As they struggle for power, Haylwen (14) and her brother Cadarn (16) just happen to be caught dead center.
Meet fourteen-year-old Haylwen Rightad. She doesn’t think “crazy” runs in her family, but she might be wrong. Fish seem to listen when she talks. She finds herself wearing jewelry she can’t remember putting on. And then there was the explosion at school…and her ex-principal trying to kidnap her…and her brother? Don’t even ask. All she wants is to be an ordinary teenager. Live a normal life. Go to school, make friends, and not have to move a zillion times. Oh, and getting the bullies off her back? That’d be nice, too.
What Haylwen doesn’t know is WHY all this crazy stuff is happening to her. But she’s about to find out. The bad news? Things aren’t going to be “normal” any time soon!
The Power Of Time Perception
by Jean Paul ZogbyGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Do you feel that time is flying as you grow older?
Want to learn the secret of how to slow it down? Now you can! With access to in-depth research, you can learn how to extend the good times and fast forward through the bad ones with The Power of Time Perception.
Inside the pages of this amazingly insightful book, you will learn how we think about time, the factors influencing our time experiences, and how YOU can make every second count.
All The Broken Places
by Anise EdenGet this book for ONLY $2.99
All of Cate’s problems are in her head. That may be her greatest strength.
Cate Duncan is a promising young therapist, dedicated to her work. But after her mother’s suicide, she is seized by a paralyzing depression. To save her job, Cate agrees to enter a program with Dr. Angeline MacGregor, run by her stern son, Ben, and housed in a repurposed church. Cate doesn’t quite understand what the program entails, but she soon learns that the skills she will develop there may not only help her learn how to cope with her own problems, but will also lead her to a much greater purpose.
The MacGregor Group is a collection of alternative healers whose unconventional approaches include crystals, aura reading, and psychics. They know that their life’s work invites skepticism, and welcome the chance to prove naysayers wrong. But they need the unique abilities that Cate can bring, and as she slides ever closer to her own abyss, they will do everything in their power to protect Cate from those who wish her harm—including herself.
Manhattan Social Work
by A.M. SommersGet this book for FREE
Manhattan Social Work, an urban social satire, focuses on Kit Ramsey, a public relations veteran who advocates for boys in fosters care. Kit understands that the success of a nonprofit organization depends just as much on retaining the support of Wall Street wonders as it does on good social work. This fast-paced novel offers a unique viewpoint and some unexpected revelations about the social not-so-niceties that occur between the wealthy Manhattan society patrons and the social workers to whom they condescend.
Kit, a single mother, cherishes Charlie, her adolescent son. Like his mother, Charlie straddles differing social classes. He attends an Upper East Side boys prep school where having two homes is the norm, and has close ties with some of boys he’s met at the foster care agency where his mother works.
To resolve and call attention to social justice issues, Kit divides her time between stroking the egos of her entitled Board of Directors and courting the jaded New York City media. More than most women in the workplace, the office politics she must juggle require finesse, a bit of deviousness, and the ability to hold her tongue.
She relies on her friendships with other women for guidance, solace, and common sense, especially when it comes to a potential relationship with a younger musician.
The Diagnosis Is Murder
by Steven GossingtonGet this book for ONLY $0.99
A talented but troubled ER doctor will not give up until her patient’s mysterious death is explained.
Laura Valorian is an emergency room physician who, because of severe emotional trauma after a missed diagnosis, vows to perfect her diagnostic skills and, as a result, detects subtle evidence of foul play in a surgeon who is declared dead in her ER. When she cannot let go of her suspicions and eventually convinces a private investigator of the possibility of a crime, she begins a relentless quest for suspects and evidence.
Now, with angry suspects to deal with, an attempt on her own life, and her struggle with personal demons, she must fight to salvage her self-respect and her professional reputation while pursuing her mission to get at the truth.
Daddy, Can You Make Me Pancakes?
by Kevin McAteerGet this book for FREE
It’s 6:00 a.m., and four year old Amanda shuffles into her parent’s bedroom, where she finds Daddy sleeping in what normally is Mommy’s spot. She innocently wakes him up from a deep sleep. “Daddy … can you make me pancakes?”
“Yes, sure honey.”
Neither Amanda nor Daddy have their normal energetic smile. Not because they were tired, but because Mommy didn’t make it home last night. Cancer unexpectedly took her.
Now “Daddy” must find a way to care for three small children while holding down a new executive position within his company.
For the moment, making pancakes is the one thing that keeps their family together.
A true story of love and loss and hope.
by Andrew ButcherGet this book for FREE
Welcome to a place with a dark history, an island in the Celtic Sea where not everything is as it seems. Welcome to Lansin Island.
Popular with Pagans for its larger-than-life celebrations of the seasonal Sabbats, Lansin Island is rife with witchy history. But with Halloween just around the corner, it’s harder than ever to tell fact from fiction.
Nicolas Crystan, an ordinary young guy trying to find his way in the world, has lived on the island his whole life. Apart from his mother’s unexplained disappearance, he’s never witnessed anything like the strange stories he’s grown up hearing about–until the day he’s struck by a disturbing vision of a woman’s death.
When Nick uses the premonition to save Juliet Maystone from a grisly fate, their lives become inextricably linked–and forever altered. Before long, a cryptic message about Nick’s missing mother plunges Nick and Juliet into a world of ghosts, mediums, immortals … and murder.
As the two learn more about what brought them together, they discover they’re part of something much larger than themselves–and more dangerous than any wicked act in a Lansin Island legend.
It’s one thing to alter the fate of a single person, but what can they do when the fate of the whole world–and even worlds beyond–may rest in their hands?
That First Montana Year
by Donna L. ScofieldGet this book for FREE
When B’Anne (Beatrice Anne) marries Will, she knows he is a reluctant groom. But she’s a minister’s daughter and pregnant. To save embarrassment for the families, and hoping a fresh start will help them become the sweethearts they were before, B’Anne agrees to leave everyone and everything she knows and go with Will to the Montana Territory. They hope Will’s uncle Hiram, whom he has never met, will guide them in their homesteading. Uncle Hiram welcomes Will, but treats B’Anne coolly until he realizes she isn’t a “frills and furbelows” girl.
Although Will seems to care for B’Anne, she loses her confidence when she discovers a letter from Will’s former sweetheart. Will’s secrecy threatens to build a wall between them.
Spring arrives, and with it the promise of renewal. But is B’Anne’s hope for a fresh start enough to sustain the young couple through the years of hard living under that big Montana sky?
Daughters Of Deliverance
by Lorry LutzGet this book for FREE
In 1886, thirty-one year old Katharine Bushnell gives up her medical practice to work with women living on Chicago’s Hell’s Half Acre and in the brutal lumber camps of Wisconsin. Her love for God and passion to see women released from bondage lead her to risk her own freedom and reputation for their sakes. Secretly, she visits these women to learn first-hand of the daily trials and torments they endure.
Crushed to see women mistreated, Kate prepares a report of her findings concerning the white slave trade in Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest. When Wisconsin’s governor demands Kate appear before the legislature to defend her damaging reports, she becomes the center of great controversy. Will they believe her report? Will they pass a law prohibiting sex with a girl under sixteen? Will they punish the notorious den keepers?
Or will they brand her a liar?
Lightning On A Quiet Night
by Donn TaylorGet this book for FREE
Following a horrific murder, the town of Beneficent, Mississippi, population 479, tries desperately to hold onto its vain self-image. The young veteran Jack Davis holds that idyllic vision of the town and tries to share it with Lisa Kemper, newly arrived from Indiana. But she is repelled by everything in it. While the sheriff tries to find the killer, Jack and Lisa’s contentious courtship reveals the town’s strange combination of astute perceptions and surprising blind spots. When they stumble onto shocking discovery about the town’s true nature, their love and the town’s vain self-image become the least of their worries.
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