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If you like darker twisted stories!!
How far can you be pushed before you snap? How much torture and pain can one person endure?
Find out when Fawn faces her demons.
Pre-order: 6/26

Sneak peek:
This.. this is what's left of that beautiful girl that stole my blackened heart when I first laid eyes on her."

"She is the epitome of the word enemy. Don't let her good looks fool you. She is the daughter of the man that ruined us years ago. She is the heir to our fortune."
"Do you want her dead? Is that what you're playing at?" I ask.
"No. Not right away. I want whatever information she has first. Scare her. Play your little games. Make her give us what we want first. Then kill her."

Have you ever been alone for so long that you start to doubt your own sanity? The things that run through your head haunt you? The darkness becomes a blanket that you want to wrap yourself in and never come out?

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Black Diamond -murder in the bayou. This standalone romantic suspense is 99 cents for a limited time

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Revel Hardcover – February 12, 2013
by Maurissa Guibord
5 stars
Fresh & Different - I Loved Revel
I picked up Revel expecting a decent, quick, and entertaining read. Let me just say, this book took me by surprise. It's absolutely a young adult novel - nothing heavy or terribly thought provoking, which is the reason I was looking for a book like this to begin with. I simply want to be entertained; Revel was entertaining. Many of the young adult novels I've read lately have just blurred together - there's nothing new there. Revel was different. The scene was beautifully painted, the characters were real and varied, and I was drawn into the fantasy element. A lot of the newer YA books feel cheesy and forced, and I wondered if this one was going to fall that way, but in my opinion, it never did. I loved it.

There's an island off the coast of Maine that's not on any modern map. Shrouded in mist and protected by a deadly reef, Trespass Island is home to a community of people who guard the island and its secrets from outsiders. Seventeen-year-old Delia grew up in Kansas, but has come here in search of her family and answers to her questions: Why didn't her mother ever talk about Trespass Island? Why did she fear the open water? But Delia's not welcome and soon finds herself enmeshed in a frightening and supernatural world where ancient Greek symbols adorn the buildings and secret ceremonies take place on the beach at night. Sean Gunn, a handsome young lobsterman, befriends Delia and seems willing to risk his life to protect her. But it's Jax, the coldly elusive young man she meets at the water's edge, who finally makes Delia understand the real dangers of life on the island. Delia is going to have to fight to survive. Because there are monsters here. And no one ever leaves Trespass alive.
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The Book of Madness and Cures:
by Regina O'Melveny
Poet becomes novelist
I had read Regina's poetry so my first impression of her book was how poetic it was especially in her choice of words and how she used them to create images. I also noticed Italians use the letter z a lot more than Americans do, mostly in names. I am impressed that the author challenged gender stereotypes by having the main character be a doctor, something unheard of during the Renaissance. The author's research is so thorough in all areas of that time that I know some would doubt the existence of a female doctor, but I do not. This book will capture readers who are into history and appreciate sophisticated English. I look forward to more novels by Regina O'Melveny.

Dr. Gabriella Mondini, a strong-willed, young Venetian woman, has followed her father in the path of medicine. She possesses a singleminded passion for the art of physick, even though, in 1590, the male-dominated establishment is reluctant to accept a woman doctor. So when her father disappears on a mysterious journey, Gabriella's own status in the Venetian medical society is threatened. Her father has left clues--beautiful, thoughtful, sometimes torrid, and often enigmatic letters from his travels as he researches his vast encyclopedia, The Book of Diseases.

After ten years of missing his kindness, insight, and guidance, Gabriella decides to set off on a quest to find him--a daunting journey that will take her through great university cities, centers of medicine, and remote villages across Europe. Despite setbacks, wary strangers, and the menaces of the road, the young doctor bravely follows the clues to her lost father, all while taking notes on maladies and treating the ill to supplement her own work.

Gorgeous and brilliantly written, and filled with details about science, medicine, food, and madness, THE BOOK OF MADNESS AND CURES is an unforgettable debut.
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Earth Strike by : First Defense
By KJ Jordan
Earth Strike is an action-packed, fast-paced, science fiction adventure, written to grab the reader from the very first paragraph. Author KJ Jordan is an imaginative writer whose novels compare with the blended style of a Clive Cussler-like character development, and the gripping plot of an Allen Dean Foster adventure. Jordan's style is both witty and sharp as he introduces us to the Nadroj-an alien warrior race, which has dominated the known galaxy for the past two-hundred years!
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The Anatomist Wife by ANNA LEE HUBER
I LOVED this book! I admit I was unsure about this at first because this is not my usual genre. I'm happy to say I was wrong! This had everything I look for in a good book. The story pulled me in from the first sentence, the mystery was good and left me guessing the entire time, and the budding romance was beautifully done. This was the perfect book to keep reading all night.
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Gladys Glasses by
Harry E. Pacheco
Anti-bullying children's book about kids who wear glasses. Pacheco wrote this book for his daughter when she was getting teased at school. Way to go Dad. 😁
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July Book Haul 2017
Hello Bookworms. This book haul mostly contains books I bought with the gift cards I got for my birthday and some reduced books from my favorite online shop. I’m also getting myself prepared for autumn. Therefore, I ordered Riding the Bullet, Pet Sematary, ...
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Counterpoints: Book 1 by Laura Rossi
#Series #MustRead

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"I am afraid to take a step forward and...miss the ground beneath my feet. You know, that awful feeling that you are going to hit the floor hard"
"Who says you will miss the ground?" she could hear him smile.
"What If I do though?"
"You'd fall down and then get back up again"

When Isabella lands the job of her dreams, she knows her life won't be the same again, especially when her task is to travel the world with a car race team.
Leaving behind her family and loved ones, she embarks on a journey across continents, during which she'll meet new friends, learn more about herself and about the people she can really trust, but most of all Isabella will fall for a man who is totally wrong for her.

Book 1 of 3
Join Isabella on the ride of her life.
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