Monthly Archives: January 2019

In Between

In Between by Kari Lynn M67 days. That’s all I have.

People keep coming here, asking the girl in that bed to wake up. But I’m not her, not anymore. I need to go, but I can’t leave, and there’s only one way out. I don’t want to be left here, in between.

About the Author:

Kari Lynn M. is the recipient of the 1st Annual Author Encouragement Award for Students awarded to a new student each year courtesy of Digital Book Girl! Continue reading

The End of Hatred (Etherya’s Earth Book 1)

The End of Hatred (Etherya's Earth Book 1) by Rebecca HefnerThese are dangerous times on Etherya’s Earth… Miranda, princess of the Slayers and heir to the throne, has hated the Vampyres for a thousand years.

Since the Awakening, she has fought to protect her people choosing to be a warrior more than a royal. When a female Vampyre washes up on the shore of her compound’s riverbank, she seizes the moment to take the offensive. Continue reading

Black Pudding Murder: Introducing the Fog Busters Detectives: Young at Heart – A Bit Older in Body

Black Pudding Murder: Introducing the Fog Busters Detectives: Young at Heart – A Bit Older in Body by Stephanie Parker McKeanWhen aging friends form a detective agency in their Scottish village, their likelihood of success seems dubious.

One is blind, two have hearing problems, one uses a crutch—and the two youngest members are from America, not Scotland.

Dubbing themselves the Fog Busters, the friends vow to solve a murder that local police have labeled as Death by Misadventure. Indeed, misadventure seems to follow the Fog Busters when the killer attempts to stop them from investigating. Continue reading

Spanish Stories: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Spanish) Revised ed. Edition

Spanish Stories A Dual-Language Book Dover Dual Language Spanish Revised Edition by Angel FloresDesigned for the lover of fine literature as well as the intermediate language student, this dual-language book contains 13 great, representative Spanish short stories.

Chronologically arranged to illustrate the development of the story form in Spanish, the stories are presented both in Spanish and English, enabling students to learn a language while simultaneously studying literary classics. Continue reading

I Belong with Her

I Belong with Her by Domina AlexandraTajel Pierce loves the thrill of being a paramedic. Every call she goes on gives her a rush. She makes no time for a personal life. No one can ruin her love for her career.

Then there is Arianna Castaldi, who just transferred to her new paramedic position in a whole new state. All she needs is a new start without any distractions.

Arianna and Tajel’s relationship doesn’t start off perfect. Continue reading

The Covert Captain: Or, A Marriage of Equals

The Covert Captain Or A Marriage of EqualsNathaniel Fleming, veteran of Waterloo, falls in love with his Major’s spinster sister, Harriet. But Nathaniel is not what he seems, and before the wedding, the truth will out…

Eleanor Charlotte Fleming, forgotten daughter of a minor baronet, stakes her life on a deception and makes her name—if not her fortune—on the battlefield.

Her war at an end, she returns to England as Captain Nathaniel Fleming and wants nothing more than peace, quiet, and the company of horses. Instead, Captain Fleming meets Harriet. Continue reading

The Road Back

The Road Back by Marla MachadoIt has been a year since Karina Hawkins learned her husband had been killed in the line of duty.

Now as she does her best to raise their young twin daughters alone, Karina decides to return to work in another attempt to rebuild her broken life. But when she arrives at a tech company to begin her new role as general counsel, she has no idea what awaits her inside.

Sawyer Banks has never forgotten Karina. Although he is a man with few regrets, losing the love of his life is one of them. Continue reading

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves by Cathy CurranWhen your grandparents make bathtub gin and go shopping with funny money, and your dad flaunts his degree from the school of hard knocks, you grow up learning that “life ain’t no got-dem picnic.”

These lessons are handed down to Cathy Curran by Eastern European immigrants who learned how to survive caring little for aesthetics–“if it worrrks, who gives a got-dem what da hell it looks like.” Continue reading

ROSALIND: A Regency Romance

ROSALIND A Regency Romance by Jenny HamblyHe is determined to avoid marriage, she to despise men…

London 1818: Destitute, disillusioned and desperate, Lady Rosalind Marlowe sets the tongues of Regency London wagging when she becomes the Mayfair Thief. Targeting only those she knows won large sums of money from her father, bleeding him dry and causing him to take his own life, she decides to teach them a lesson. She takes something valuable from each, leaving her calling card with a bible quote behind her. On her last outing, she is caught red-handed. 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

Indigo: A Paranormal Mystery (Violet Book 2)

Indigo: A Paranormal Mystery (Violet Book 2) by Elaine SnyderA stranger on a corner, watching. A match lighting up a face. A woman determined to get revenge. Violet saw it all, through their eyes.

She experiences their fears, their grief, and their anger, but only for a few moments at a time. After that, she is left to discover the reasons why she has the visions. Though she is a school teacher by trade, Violet is a psychic, and now her teenaged son, Daniel, is too. Continue reading

Deadeye: Episode I (The BREED, Tech’er Series)

Deadeye: Episode I (The BREED, Tech'er Series) by David BonnewellDAVEREX NEWELL did not like the life he was living. He yearned for ADVENTURE; an escape from the cold, confined drudgery of the massive Tech’er complex he begrudgingly called home.

Instead, he was stuck in a dead end job, literally. His career path with the explosives research and development division of the Tech’ers was leading him towards a very early grave. That is until his closest friend, GASTON MELCHOR, offered him just the sort of escape he was looking for Continue reading

Eight 8: This Book Holds the Infinite Power of Eight 內含8的無限力量

Eight 8 This Book Holds the Infinite Power of Eight 8 by David J Nelson 2Why does the number 8 symbolize “good fortune” and prosperity to billions of people in China, Japan, and all of Asia?

Great for children and Adults alike, the reader will find fascinating facts about the number 8 in this book. Eight in Chinese sounds like “to generate wealth.” Did you know that a license plate in Hong Kong that contained the number 8 sold for over 2 million dollars because the number on the plate symbolizes “easy money?” Continue reading

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 Continue reading