The White Raven, Carrie D. Miller

In her thirteenth life, Aven has settled into the now witchcraft-friendly Salem where she has found true happiness and friendship, maybe even love. Despite her contentment, the truth of Aven’s existence haunts her. When she dies, her Spirit is forced from the Veil to live again in the body of a stranger. Does the elusive … Read more

My Stories Have No Endings, Gayle Gonsalves

Kai is a spiritual child who dips her ears into the wind where she hears the voices that tell stories from the forgotten past. Though she grows up in poverty in the Caribbean, her quick mind wins her a scholarship to the island’s most prestigious all-girls’ school where she’s catapulted into a very different world. … Read more

Unclutter: A Survivor’s Story, Winnie D Pagora

Eighteen-year-old Tina Lauren is an outcast with wounds that run deep—she’s always needed to make the outside hurt more than the inside does. She hates being touched, her clothes don’t fit, and neither does she. But when Strollfield’s teen heartthrob, Nicholas Parker, crosses a line and Tina retaliates in public, she is thrust into a … Read more

Unleashed, Dannet Botkin

To the international marketing world, Veronica Mitchell is the epitome of success. But in her private life, her unmatched business savvy isn’t enough to shield her from harassment, bullying, and those intent on manipulation. Equipped with an indomitable spirit that she wields as a personal shield, she fights back—but will her wounded soul ever get … Read more

The Pink Bundle, SJ McGarry

Sandra revisits the place of her birth, which seems like a story from another lifetime. She never has the details right, and it makes her uncomfortable. Fifty years later, she receives a phone call from someone who claims to be her half-sister and learns her birth mother has been searching for her all these years. … Read more

What Mae Brings, Melissa L. Berger

Mae is a shy, but not-so-naive young woman, hopeful in starting her new life alone. She wants to attend college for the arts, get a job, and begin an independent life in a brand-new town. Renting an inexpensive guesthouse sounds like a perfect start. Until she discovers a hidden duffel bag and finds herself over … Read more

The Marlowe Murders, Laura Giebfried & Stanley Wells

In 1955, Alexandra Durant is unexpectedly dismissed from her graduate program mere months before receiving her PhD. Hardened by her experiences and the disease that took away her mother’s memory, Alexandra is wary when the powerful dean of the psychology department, John Marlowe, offers her a servant position at his elderly mother’s house with the … Read more