This book features three short fictional stories of WWII on the American homefront, an angle on the conflict that hasn’t received as much attention in our popular culture as other aspects of the war have.
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New York Times best selling New Adult specialist, Colleen Hoover, started her career in the overcrowded self published indie market with standalone, Slammed, successfully moving onto a contract with Atria, a division of Simon & Schuster. She completed, Never Never, a three part series under name brand, Hoover Ink, available at Amazon Digital Services. Part speculative fiction, romantic suspense and women’s read, the novellas reveal harrowing relations between twenty something students, Silas Nash and Charlize Wynwood. Breezing through part one (159 pages,) Hoover establishes that two straight protagonists really really share love. Sexting, cheating, and raunchy sex tapes prove their meaningful connection.
Masked balls, swarthy werewolves, and inquisitive lords and ladies inspire Masque, a genre blending fantasy, mystery and tale of romantic suspense. Author W.R. Gingell, produced the second volume for a Two Monarchies series, featuring political intrigues, underhanded spies, and duplicitous lies.
Popular New Adult author, Jamie McGuire’s third volume in the Taylor Maddox series, Beautiful Sacrifice, explores family secrets and estrangements; true love, relationships and forgiveness set in small town Colorado.
Author Kaylee Ryan mixes girl crushes, first apartments, training bros, final exams, late brunches, new jobs, and former marines into her potent self-published cocktail “Just Say When.” The book uses ultra short chapters to unfold its narrative structure, taking 46 mini bites with alternating points of view from protagonists Ava Mae and Nate.
Architect Adam is the hot, eligible playboy in town. He’s known for having new eye candy on his arm at each event he attends – and he’s definitely not looking for anything serious. But it isn’t until he meets gorgeous and successful wedding planner Kerry that he understands what he’s missing in a long term relationship.
Detective Kim Stone has a track record for solving tough cases. When dead bodies start mysteriously cropping up one after another, she digs up a secret from an abandoned girl’s orphanage that someone would prefer to keep buried. But who could be the killer? The local, well-known priest? The handyman who cares for his disabled daughter?
Losing It by Cora Carmack Final year of college and Bliss Edwards a) doesn’t know what she really wants to do with her life, b) is just sort of sliding through by studying hard and being a “good girl”, c) has two really great friends who not only push her boundaries but support her and […]
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