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When the Moon Falls by Kathryn Kaleigh
Ella Sinclair. A modern woman called home to search for a missing half-brother she barely even knows. She finds nothing more of him than an abandoned car and a broken telescope outside an abandoned house. An abandoned house with someone inside. Samuel Becquerel. A haunted, serious man watches as his country prepares to tear itself apart from the inside out.
The Wright Choice by Kristy Gibs
Gabriella dreamed of a wedding in Italy with the guy she had crushed on for years, and it was all coming true. For her step-sister. Faced with the heartbreak, Gabriella silently deals with losing her childhood dream in front of the ones who snatched it from her.
The Lost Sister by Kaylie Night
After rescuing her foster parents from a serial killer, Sophie is convinced that she and Jack can get through anything together. Navigating a new home and school in the same year? They’ve done it before. Meeting a new girl at school who thinks Jack is cute—and who seems to have a supernatural ability to make him like her? Sophie can scare her off.
The Download by R E Carr
It’s not every day that your roommate accidentally teleports you across time and space, but Jennifer MacDonald is not having an ordinary day. A chance encounter with a custom-built computer and an ancient pyramid sends Jennifer to a faraway land with six warring civilizations and an ancient prophecy that has a visitor from the stars at its heart. All she has to do is unseal one measly, missing god.
The Burnt Remains by Alex P. Berg
There’s no smell worse than charred human flesh. When officer Penelope Phair arrives to investigate a burntbody at a circus, she fears she might lose her lunch. Lucky for her, there’s nothing but ash and bones left. The bad news? No one has any clue how they got there or who they belong to.
The Bookshop of Forgotten Dreams by Emily Blaine
Don’t miss this page-turning love story about two strangers learning to read between each others’ lines. Perfect for fans of Emily Henry’s Beach Reads! Sarah and Max should never have met. She’s a shy bookworm who’s barely ever left her little village; he’s a bad boy actor with the world at his feet.
The A to Z of Us by Hannah Doyle
Can love ever be as easy as abc? If you want to know the A-Z of love then it starts with Alice and ends with Zach. Alice is a self-confessed cynic when it comes to love. She’s never had a serious relationship herself and after supporting her best friend through a devastating break-up, she’s not about to let down her barriers anytime soon. Relationships always end badly. Zach is a romantic.
TERF Wars by Dharma Kelleher
A Fight For Justice Has Become A Battle for Truth Bounty hunter Jinx Ballou is hot on the trail of Blair Marshall, a fugitive who brutally murdered a transgender woman in a public restroom. As a trans woman herself, Jinx is more determined than ever to bring this bigoted killer to justice. But at every turn, Jinx’s attempts to apprehend Marshall are thwarted by the ruthless transphobic hate group her fugitive controls.
Skunk Man Swamp by P D Workman
From USA Today Bestselling Author, P.D. Workman! Danger lurks in the water! With the Magical Spring Games approaching, Damon hires Reg to help him to track down a missing contestant deep in the Everglades. If Reg thought this was going to be a walk in the (national) park, she’s got another thing coming.
Simply Sensual by Carly Phillips
Do the job. Take the money and run. Until, in a flash, love changes everything. In retrospect, Ben Callahan should have known this job was trouble. Way more than his normal P.I. fee and unlimited expenses, just to watch over one woman and report back? Alarm bells should have sent him running back to New York. But with his Mom needing assisted living care, Ben takes Emma Montgomery’s tempting offer to watch over her granddaughter.
Saving Noah by Kaci Rose
She’s given up on love. He’s given up on life. But they can’t seem to give up on each other. Of course, my brother went and got himself hurt on this last deployment. I don’t know what I expect at the hospital but I don’t expect Noah, the man who saved my brother’s life. I don’t him to also save me… or that I will have to save him. This is a Steamy, Small Town, Scarred Hero, Military Romance. No Cliffhangers. This is Book 1 in the Oakside Military Heroes Series.
Sacrifice by Vicky Walklate
One dragon god. One human sacrifice. One ironclad rule: they must not fall in love. Dragon gods rule the realm, demons lurk in the shadows, and a sorcerer hides a dangerous secret. A war is brewing in Jothesia, and the gods have no idea. Being selected as human sacrifice to the immortal dragon shifters is supposedly an honor, but rebellious Libby doesn’t see it that way.
Nighted by Torri Heat
Jasper and Ava have made it through every hurdle thrown their way — together. Their relationship is stronger — and hotter — than ever. But now something new and deadly is after Ava. The pair also can’t forget the minor detail that her mother is still missing. The supernatural world is dangerous, and full of things that go bump in the night. Will they be able to find the monster before the monster finds her?
Not Forever by Alex Mellanby
Molly’s childhood is a world of secrets and hiding. Her life is spent escaping from danger with her mother. This time they leave London at night with a supposed offer of a house in Devon. Lester’s house is more of a squat. He is a truly disgusting and violent man. Molly’s mother is held by the mixture of available drugs and a need to be wanted. Molly believes their lives are in danger if they try to escape.
Night Moves by Susan Sleeman
If you’re in his sights… County social worker, Natalie Dunn discovers a horrible secret about the father of her juvenile clients. The man not only killed one woman, but Natalie suspects he’s killed several others. She plans to go to the authorities, but before she can, the killer turns his sights on her. Fearing for the lives of this man’s children, she removes them from their home and calls in former U.S. Marshal, Drake Byrd of Nighthawk Security to protect her and the children and help her prove their father is a ruthless killer You’re as good as dead.
Murder at Madame Tussauds by Jim Eldridge
London, 1896. Madame Tussauds opens to find one of its nightwatchmen decapitated and his colleague nowhere to be found. To the police, the case seems simple: one killed the other and fled, but workers at the museum aren’t convinced. Although forbidden contact by his superior officer, Scotland Yard detective John Feather secretly enlists ‘The Museum Detectives’ Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton to aid the police investigation.
Knights of Souls and Shadows by Kristie Cook
Never make a deal with a fae, they say. But sometimes there’s no choice, consequences be damned. As daughters of the Amadis royal family, my twin Brielle and I should have been helping our people rebuild civilization after the War of Armageddon. Instead, our mother does the unthinkable, possibly sparking a new war, and we’re whisked away to another realm to hide us from our enemies.
Midsummer Man by Zelah Roberts
FROM EXCITING ROMANCE AUTHOR ZELAH ROBERTS Hostages of fate…rescued by love. Holly Mason’s past has left her with many things—a powerful need for independence and self-reliance, enduring memories of pain and fear…and an intense dislike of alpha males. Billionaire Sir Mac Sinclair has been wounded by the betrayal of his fiancée and overpowered by his own ultra-protective alpha-male instincts after his sister is kidnapped.
Eye Spy by Jenna Mattison
Critically acclaimed screenwriter debuts the first in the LIza Radley Housewife Detective Chronicles “Mattison’s writing is crisp, snappy, witty, and deeply entertaining—I was hooked right on the first page” “It crackles with funny one-liners and wry humor. ” New York Book Pundit “Mattison writes with a quirky, funny style that kept me engaged through the entire story.” Beckstar Reviews When Liza Radley realizes it’s cheatin’ season and no self-respecting detective’s gonna spy on her husband for the $800 and change she has hidden in a plastic soap dish, she does what any normal transplanted Georgia Peach would do–she becomes a private eye.
Easy Meat by Arthur Stone
Welcome to the challenge. You’re an absolute nobody here—nothing; a zero; a useless lump of meat filled with bones. You’re but a delicious morsel for your antagonists and those who got lucky at the start. The only goal you can have in your miserable existence is to kick the bucket as soon as possible.
Desert Flame by Nicole R Taylor
Vampires, convicts, and revenge plots. Who knew small town living could be so complicated? The Australian Outback is a vast landscape rich with natural resources, but it’s an ancient land imbued with magic — some forgotten, and some just simmering underneath the surface. Solace, the small opal mining town in outback New South Wales, has both. But when big time mining company EarthBore sets up camp north of town, the Exiles are worried.
Eastover Treasures by Dawn Brotherton
When Aury and her fellow quilters uncover clues to a potential fortune, will they be able to untangle the mystery in time to save Eastover Retreat Center from financial ruin? During their annual quilt retreat, gale force winds trap the ladies in a boarded-up manor house. Inside, the sewing sisters discover the diaries of the mistress of Eastover Plantation written during the Civil War and clues she left behind which started as a treasure hunt for her children.
Crime Components by Rena Winters
In 1950, a missing persons report turned into one of the most suspenseful stories of a double homicide ever recorded. It was the perfect crime: no motive, no clues, and no bodies. Against all odds, investigative reporter Gene McLain put his career on the line in pursuit of the killer, and later became known as “the greatest investigative reporter of our time”, winning five Big Story awards and a Pulitzer prize.
Deadly Deed by Rena Winters
This book is based on a true homicide incident that took place in the 1950’s in Arizona. Gene McLain, also known as “Bulldog” and “Man of Murder”, was an investigative reporter employed by a national Hearst newspaper who wrote and solved major crimes. In the 1950’s, computers were not used in police work; there was no internet, cell phones, DVDs or DNA testing. None of the technology we take for granted today was available.
Core of Deception by Chris Haught
Running for his life…last thing Brill remembers is escaping the military assault on his lab and then saying goodbye to Liora. The anger at the government, especially that damn Colonel Liam Rhett, was a constant fire burning through his veins. He remembered now, Liora had confessed to being Liam’s spy.
Blood of Ravens by Jen McIntosh
Hunted. Hidden. Scattered. But the old bloodlines hold true. And now is the time of the Rising. It’s been a hundred years since the Shade King orchestrated the Fall of the Graced; a century since he tipped the balance in his favour and brought those magically gifted warriors to their knees.
At Last by Kathryn Shay
The Sisters of Fire, a hot new firefighter series, follows the path of six women who trained together and remained friends ten years later. Fire Investigator Lieutenant Tess Di Marco has struggled through prejudice against women, a messy divorce and years of training to get what she wants out of life. One constant through the years has been her mentor and friend, Captain David Ashford, a now-widowed arson specialist. But what happens when sparks of a different kind erupt between them? Grab a copy of all six Sisters of Fire novellas: MORE THAN ENOUGH, AT LAST, NO EASY CHOICE, EQUAL PARTNERS, A DIFFERENT WAY and TO TRUST AGAIN.
Albertan Apocalypse by John Keillor
2031: twelve years after a worldwide meltdown of the internet and national governments. Alberta is one of the only stable societies on the planet. An overseas organization decides to acquire it. The mayor of Calgary’s best warrior has a son who’s returned from adventuring. He must prove himself in battle to save his province, his family, and his sanity.
Blood Relative by Liza Drozdov
Blood Relative: A gripping debut crime thriller with a stunning twist (Detective Lucy Gauthier, Niagara Noir Series Book 1) Who knows the lies you tell? Who knows what you are capable of? A body is found in an isolated field, propped in a lawn chair, wrists slashed. Then a series of murders rock the Niagara region: An investigative journalist is found floating in the canal, a nurse in a dementia care home is brutally stabbed, and a corrupt police detective is poisoned in plain sight.
A Bit of Piracy by Severine Wolfe
It’s been a really bad two years for Chloe Butler. Two years ago, she’d been abducted walking home from her crap moonlighting job as a bartender. She’d been so close to escaping from the ghetto she’d been born into and had survived. She was working two jobs, got her GED and was applying to the community college. She may have been born and raised in South Chicago, but she had a plan and it was to get out of South Chicago.