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Regency Requiem: Romance Goes Retro, Bella Street

When a search for family answers goes totally awry, Olivia Haugen and Kyle Daniels are left with more questions than answers about their past…their future…and whether or not Constance was ever actually related to Elvis Presley. Historical romance books are a genre that is fast becoming one of my favorite genres, and this is all

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Composition of a Woman, Christine E. Ray

Christine E. Ray’s award-winning debut poetry collection Composition of a Woman has been rereleased by Indie Blu(e) Publishing with 36 stunning new pieces of poetry and prose. Originally released in 2018 and awarded a Bronze Medal from the Readers Favorites Book Awards, Composition has been described as “an extraordinary glimpse into the essence of what

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Transference, B.T. Keaton

In the year 2102, mankind has discovered the secret of eternal life. Human souls can be moved from one body to another through the process known as transference. Control of this new technology has fallen under the dominion of Jovian–a powerful prophet and head of the Church which governs every aspect of existence. Banished to

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Tropical Doubts, David Myles Robinson

Some Honolulu lawyers called Pancho McMartin the best criminal defense attorney in the islands. He’d admit to being pretty damn good. But he was on a losing streak now—three guilty verdicts in a row—and his confidence was sinking fast. When one of his oldest friends, Giselle, was left comatose after surgery and her husband, Manny,

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Whickering Place, London Clarke

A woman trapped by her own fears inherits a house haunted by a legacy of darkness and a history of ritual sacrifices. A violent attack that happened nearly a decade ago has left twenty-seven-year-old Avery Tullinger barely able to walk outside. Following her estranged father’s death, she inherits Whickering Place, a historic mansion in Asheville,

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No Mere Mortal, Amara Dey

Peace on the enchanted world of Decagon is about to end. Radiance, its daylight realm, is on the brink of invasion from the night dwellers of Moonshade. And only human-born Venus Myles, a dance teacher unaware of her divine lineage, can stop them. Radiance sends Bolt to Earth to enlighten Venus, and their passionate connection

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The Winning Wife, Segun Tewogbola

Sometimes, the search for answers in our marriage takes us on a journey… Sometimes, those journeys never end… Sometimes, we end up making the journey harder than it needs to be, because we do not have a road map for our destination. After almost thirty (30) years (and still standing upon the grace of God

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BRoken EXIT, K.N. Palmer

In 2023, after Britain has exited the EU, immigration is still above target and the NHS buckles under the enormous demands. A new political party surged to power, vowing to tackle these issues. The new prime minister, attending the UK City of Culture in Nottingham, is targeted by terrorists. Barnaby Aitken is on the run,

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So Long Earth, Michael Bienenstock

2017. Dr. Thomas Burns, an environmental engineer, is listening to the President, talk about global warming. He and his colleagues quickly realize that Earth will no longer be able to sustain life in a few years. Environmental disasters all over the world are occurring at a quicker rate, and each one seems to be stronger

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The Unforgotten World of Ava: A Mystical Love Story, Renee Scarrott

This is one woman’s journey of self-discovery and true love. Ava Morgan thought she had a perfect life, the perfect husband and the perfect family. It is only after she discovers her husband’s affair with a much younger woman that she starts to question why this happened to her, wondering if she was enough and

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Inherent Truth, Alicia Anthony

When Liv Sullivan’s grandmother beckons for help from beyond the grave, the reluctant psychic returns to her small Ohio hometown. Scrambling to make sense of the clues left by the vision, Liv finds herself face to face with undercover agent, Ridge McCaffrey. Assigned to protect a woman whose gifts unnerve him, for a covert psychic

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Beyond ‘Ah-Ha’: 52 Powerful Ways to Start Challenging Life’s Rules, Bronwen A. Sciortino

What if you could easily access the answers to your biggest questions? It’s time to put aside the things you’ve been told are right for you and step into a world where your direction comes from a powerful connection with your own soul. In ‘Beyond Ah-Ha’, Simplicity Expert Bronwen Sciortino hands you the tools to

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Awake, Arise, Or Be Forever Fallen!: Fall, Awakening, and Rise of a Young Anorexic Male, Alberto Vezendi

This book carries a message of hope for all: that a better life is possible, regardless of your situation, and that you already have everything you need to live it. It’s all there in your mind. With this book, the author seeks to inspire readers to be themselves, take control of their lives, and live

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Made in the Image of God: Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World, Reid A. Ashbaucher

Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while providing deeper insights into how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Within this study, there are discussions

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Burning the Bacon: Poetry, L. Austen Johnson

In Burning the Bacon, L. Austen Johnson navigates through deeply personal terrain, laying waste to it and watching its flowers regrow in the four sections of the collection: “Gravity,” “In Memoriam,” “Entropy,” and “Parthenogenesis.” She explores topics such as chronic illness, love, heartbreak, memory, and growing up with a blend of accessible language and rich

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