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A Knight on Horseback
Violet Ellison is a woman who seemingly has it all—three adorable kids, a handsome, but distant husband and a home in a good neighborhood. But her life is falling apart: she's burning the candle at both ends to look after her family, finish a history degree and working a full-time job to keep the bill collectors at bay. The morning she finds a chess piece on the sidewalk, a knight on horseback, things start to change. While not one for fairy tales, Violet's life takes a Cinderella turn and in finding the perfect dress for a society event, she runs into the perfect man—the crush she's had since her teens. A family friend who reminds her of everything she's been trying to forget suddenly returns, and Violet has some difficult decisions before her. When it all comes crashing down, she realizes that she really didn't need a knight in shining armor—just some time and space to figure things out, and maybe some sleep.
Cold in California
Twice-baked vampire, Gabriel Strickland, learns he has a chance at redemption when he's whisked from his final demise into a purgatory secretly tucked in West Hollywood. Sixty creatures, including other dead vampires, pixies, a legendary Navaho stick man and bothersome leprechauns, struggle together to earn brownie points and wait out possible centuries of this purgatory. Gabriel receives dubious advice from the troll who runs the place, but there are always bugs in the pudding and he faces them all. Enter, the beautiful Dori Gallagher, who not only knocks Gabriel off his feet, but also an evil warlock who has designs on her. When menacing forces gather against Gabriel and everything he's come to respect, it's a fiery clash of the supernatural in one heroic effort to save his new reality.
How Lost Got Lost
When a TV series like LOST fails its loyal legions of fans in the final season, silent acceptance is not an option. Somebody had to stand up and call them on it, and like our hero Jack Shephard, John Rasor willingly accepted the job as his destiny.How Lost Got Lost is an op-ed of what went wrong and why – along with the many things that went right with this great series. Every aspect of this sci-fi/fantasy series is examined in detail - from the Island's mystical beginnings all the way to its final state of spookiness. The book looks at many of the mysteries propounded during the show's six seasons, and examines why some solutions were never presented by the show's creators and writers. Finally, the book looks at the reasons why - for a great number of its loyal fans - the finale fell flat on its face.
Armor Of Light
George Ascalon, earl of Grasmere, returns from the Fourth Crusade to learn that his father, a man who has forsaken his family and noble title to take up Holy Orders, has assigned him one last battle. There is an evil permeating a neighboring lord's lands and George is called upon to vanquish it. With a band of followers that includes his sister, a knight, a fletcher's wife and a mysterious noblewoman, George sets out to honor the pledge and in doing so discovers that he indeed has dragons to fight, and the person most in need of saving is himself.
Picking Out Puppies
Each year Joanie Carmichael wished for a puppy when she blew out the candles on her birthday cake. This year her wish came true with not just one puppy, but two!This first book in the Joanie Adventure series takes us along with Joanie as she adopts her puppies. Joanie quickly finds out that puppies can get themselves into all sorts of messes and having them means more than just getting sloppy kisses and handing out doggie treats! Things get even more exciting for Joanie after she learns that she gets to travel the world with her family, a tutor (whatever that means!) and her brand spankin' new puppies!
Spits is a full collection of the poetry of Sara Bond which reflects upon our darkest and brightest emotions. Succinct and visceral, her poetry beautifully captures the spectrum of human emotions.
We've Seen the Enemy
An alien ship crashes on Earth; its contents make it clear that the dead ant-like aliens inside were on an offensive mission. As humanity is presented with the prospect of their doomed world, construction begins on hundreds of World Federation ships and extrasolar defense weapons to be used in the inevitable war.We've Seen The Enemy is set 700 years after the Great War and is a desperate race by a suicide team that may finally lead to the end of this interstellar war. Meanwhile, pockets of left-over human tribes on Earth have their own struggles, as they face power-hungry dictators and warped religious leaders. Behind all this are multiple alien forces, each with their own agenda. As truths turn into lies and friends become enemies, can humanity unite together to fight their common enemy?
Rodney Garrison lost his wife and unborn child to a car accident caused by an innocent but distracted driver on her phone. An intelligent and calculating man, Rodney sets out to avenge his wife's death, taking one victim after another in a most unusual fashion on the streets of Southern California.Best friends Tommy Kinnard & Smoke Shelby are regular guys inadvertently drawn into the Roadkiller's plan. As their growing involvement threatens his next moves, Garrison becomes more brash and directed in his killings. A fast-paced, impossible-to-put-down thriller, Rasor has artfully woven together human traits of arrogance, guilt, racism and close friendships.
What Scotland Taught Me
Fresh out of high school, Eva Sonneborn is headed to Scotland with her best friends: scholarly, sarcastic Laurence; gorgeous, ghost-seeing Amber; and responsible, sweet Shannon. They plan to spend the next six months in Edinburgh, enjoying an adventure-filled work-abroad journey before parting ways for college.But when Eva meets Gil, a local bartender, she figures a little innocent flirting won't hurt her relationship with Tony, her ever-faithful boyfriend back home. But just when things turn less innocent with Gil, the trip starts throwing curveballs at not only her but her friends too. By the end of the trip, they've all fallen in love, sometimes with the wrong people - and with consequences that may tear their friendship apart forever...
In The Eye of the Beholder
Hi, my name is Sophie. I never thought I would get this lucky - to meet a handsome doctor named Adam and fall madly in love. But I did. The only problem is that Adam is blind and I already have major self-esteem issues. Add to that a spiteful ex-wife and a reserved live-in housekeeper, and my story makes for a very interesting read! Go ahead, lose yourself in my adventure; I promise, you won't be disappointed!
Can You Hear Me Now?
This is the original and rough first installment of a unique memoir of a woman who suffered unmentionable abuse at the hands of her parents. Recalling memories from her early years and dropping you into the mind of the child, O'Sullivan brings the reader on an intimate life journey through the eyes of this child's confusion, misunderstanding, will to persevere and desire to seek goodness in the world. It is the true story of careening through her life with her dysfunctional family as she experiences violence and abuse without a compass, to ultimately, against all odds, prosper. The full life story of this woman as she grew out of the abuse and entered adulthood is contained in the recently launched full version of the book - Can You Hear Me Now? available in both print and digital editions.
After being apart for many years, Nick learns of the death of Ashley's parents, and flies back to his old hometown to be by her side. Concerned over how distraught Ashley is, he decides to bring her back home with him, where their relationship picks back up and heats up in a hurry. However, Nick has a secret but jealous admirer, and when Ashley is kidnapped, Nick discovers that Ashley is pregnant. Will they get to her in time? What will become of Ashley and her baby?
Shadow of a Distant Morning
Kansas City, 1934. Devlin Caine, a WWI veteran and former Pinkerton's operative, is hired by a wealthy industrialist to check out a potential business partner. The job is simple and the money good, but for Caine, it's a short step from checking public records to being roughed up in a back alley. Clearly there are things the client neglected to mention, such as Caine's predecessor on the job being found in the Missouri River with a slug in his chest. When the man Caine is investigating turns up murdered as well, Caine finds himself in the middle of a power struggle between his client, a competing industrialist, and a local underworld boss – all after a coded notebook Caine found in the dead man's hotel room. Desperate to unlock the mystery of the notebook (and to protect his client's beautiful young daughter), Caine plays the three men against each other in an effort to buy time. He knows only one of the three rivals can win this battle, and backing the wrong side will cost lives, starting with his own.
The Hambledown Dream
Australian Denny Banister had it all; a successful career, a passion for the guitar, and Sonya - the love of his life. Tragically, Denny is struck down with inoperable cancer. Andy DeVries has almost nothing; alienated from his family, moving through a dangerous Chicago underworld dealing in drugs, battling addiction while keeping a wavering hold on the only thing that matters to him: a place at a prestigious conservatory for classical guitar in Chicago. As Andy recovers from a near fatal overdose, he is plagued by dreams - memories of a love he has never felt, and a life he's never lived. Driven by the need for redemption and by the love for a woman he's never met, he begins a quest to find her, knowing her only by the memories of a stranger and the dreams of a place called Hambledown...
Amanda in Spain: The Girl in the Painting
Amanda Jane Ross is certainly becoming a world traveler; she's found herself in Spain on vacation with her friend Leah and her parents. Strangely, she's encountered a mysterious young girl who looks eerily like the girl in a famous painting in the museum in Madrid. Even stranger is that this girl keeps showing up wherever Amanda finds herself - Madrid, the remote mountains of rural Spain, the beaches on the Mediterranean Sea and in the big city of Barcelona. Amanda wants to help this girl, but Leah is scared to do too much given the fact that they've just found out that a mean horse-dealer is trying to get to this girl and her beautiful pony. Come with Amanda as she tries to unravel the mystery behind this sweet young girl and her beloved pony as they trek across Spain.
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