Monthly Archives: September 2018

Caught in the Current (Cape Cod Shore Book 2)

Caught in the Current (Cape Cod Shore Book 2) by Charlee JamesRetired Marine Jason Hall is a force to be reckoned with. When his nephew Luke is kidnapped by his fresh-out-of-jail father, he knows there’s one woman he can count on to help in the search.

The last time he saw private investigator Alexandra Macintyre, they were steaming up the windows of her black SUV. Forgetting the scorch of her lips against his hasn’t been easy, but Jay knows the crippling pain of betrayal far too well. Continue reading

The Victor: A Black Force Thriller (Black Force Shorts Book 1)

The Victor A Black Force ThrillerGovernment operative James Xu arrives in the peaceful suburb of Greenpoint on a stormy night in Brooklyn, New York.

Tasked with infiltrating a mysterious tournament run by shadowy underworld figures, he understands the likelihood of having to use his extensive combat experience is high. As a solo warrior for the division known only as Black Force, he’s accustomed to being thrown to the wolves. Continue reading

Loving Yasmine: Robert & Yasmine (Beyond Granite Falls Book 1)

Loving Yasmine: Robert & Yasmine (Beyond Granite Falls Book 1) by Ana E RossRobert Carter survived an abusive upbringing from an alcoholic father to become one of the most brilliant and successful orthodontists in Boston.

Now, financially secured and emotionally stable, he’s ready to settle down and raise a houseful of kids to prove to himself that he can be a better father than the one who raised him. But the one woman he desires to make his dreams come true has other ideas about love and marriage. Continue reading

Reino de Sombras: Cuando una víctima se convierte en verdugo (Spanish Edition)

Kingdom of Shadows: When a victim becomes an executioner (Spanish Edition) by Xavier CruzadoEsta novela está inspirada en hechos reales de nuestra historia contemporánea.
Dedicada a quienes les robaron su Infancia, su Inocencia y su Dignidad.

¿Puede una víctima convertirse en verdugo? ¿Hasta qué punto los traumas infantiles pueden llegar a marcar nuestras acciones y formas con las que nos relacionarnos con la sociedad cuando llegamos a adultos? ¿Creemos vivir en un estado libre y democrático o no somos más que un rebaño de ovejas conducido por lobos?
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Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers by Sarah RetterDo you want to travel with ease and elegance getting what you need when you need it? This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to Costa Rica.

The most useful 1,000 phrases to get around when travelling in Costa Rica. You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for:

Bank, Bar, Boutique, Bus travel, Business meetings, Café, Car accidents, Car rental, Car travel, Children, Cinema, Communication, Consulate, Customs, Directions, Discomfort, Embassy, Gas station Continue reading

Breaking the Fear Cycle

Breaking the Fear Cycle How to Find Peace for Your Anxious HeartIt seems there is more to fear now than ever, but fear and anxiety are nothing new to human beings–or to God.

The Bible calls us to not be afraid on many occasions, and of course we all want to live without fear. But just how is that accomplished when every news item seems designed to get us wringing our hands?

Using her own story as a catalyst, Maria Furlough shows readers how to overcome fear for good. She calls readers to make a list of their fears, to choose to bring those fears to God rather than acting on them, and to trust God with the future. Continue reading

Her Lover’s Face

Her Lovers Face by Patricia ElliottIf her husband is rotting in hell, then who is the man standing in front of her with a dead man’s face?

Laryssa Mitchell is one of the lucky ones. The death of her abusive husband finally allows her to live again on her own terms, making her own choices. Her first official decision is to take back what was lost – her independence and her old job. But she soon finds herself in a living nightmare when she meets her new boss. If her husband is rotting in hell, then who is the man standing in front of her with a dead man’s face? Continue reading

Honolulu Blues (T. J. O’Sullivan Series Book 2)

Honolulu Blues: A Gripping Thriller and Suspense Detective Novel (T. J. O'Sullivan Thrillers Book 2) by Larry DarterHeart pounding thriller and suspense detective tale that stretches from Honolulu to Hong Kong.

New Zealand ex-pat and Honolulu PI T. J. O’Sullivan, follows the trail of a con man to Hong Kong hoping to recover her client’s half a million dollars’ worth of stolen jewelry. But she never expected the case would catapult her into a deadly clash with an international crime syndicate that erupts in such danger and violence it threatens not only her life but the lives of everyone she loves. Continue reading

Buzzards: Legend of Johnee Crow

Buzzards: Legend of Johnee Crow by M. S. NightingaleThe sun no longer shines in the community of Muskrat. Tempestuous clouds rolled in weeks ago, as buzzards began gathering in alarming numbers, driving citizens indoors.

Investigative journalist Adele Irving travels hundreds of miles to investigate mysterious lights, constant pounding, unrelenting moaning like tortured souls in eternal agony, blood-curdling screams that keep the entire community on edge – and, the disappearing citizens. Continue reading

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows by Anna Casamento Arrigo“The only mode my thoughts run in, though, is rewind. Never fast-forward and certainly never stopped. Thus the truth is my thoughts and, the facts are my experience, subjective, and still mine.”

Following the plight of a young Italian girl, Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, is more than just a memoir; this book explores the relationship between the individual and truth, the effect of the past upon the present, and conflicting representations about love. Continue reading

All Kinds of Tied Down

All Kinds of Tied Down Marshals Book 1Deputy US Marshal Miro Jones has a reputation for being calm and collected under fire.

These traits serve him well with his hotshot partner, Ian Doyle, the kind of guy who can start a fight in an empty room. In the past three years of their life-and-death job, they’ve gone from strangers to professional coworkers to devoted teammates and best friends. Miro’s cultivated blind faith in the man who has his back… faith and something more.  Continue reading

Finding Heaven in the Dark

Finding Heaven in the DarkA cross country hitchhiking trek is the backdrop of this personal odyssey of the 17 year old William L. Ingram, the author of Finding Heaven In The Dark.

The tumultuous 1960s themes of race relations, political turmoil, assassinations, and the Vietnam War also play major roles as Mr. Ingram recounts the events surrounding his self-destructive rebellion and desertion from the Marine Corps. Continue reading