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Due to the terms of an estranged relative’s will, the Duke of Silkridge must revisit the cold, unforgiving mountains where he lost everything he once loved. As soon as he restores his family legacy, he’ll return to London where he belongs. He definitely won’t rekindle the forbidden spark crackling between him and the irresistible spitfire he’d left behind… Noelle Pratchett is immune to charming scoundrels like the arrogant duke. He stole her heart, stole a kiss, and then stole away one night never to return. Now he’s back—and they both know he won’t stay. But how can she maintain her icy shields when every heated glance melts her to her core?
Virus hunter Aiden Ballinger believes the source of the lethal outbreak that decimated a remote Tibetan village came from disturbing the permafrost. Desperate to rebury it before it buries the world, Aiden enlists Rachel Allen, a beautiful epidemiologist. But while Aiden and Rachel pursue the cure—and their feelings for each other—someone is hunting them. Whoever wants them dead will not stop until they are silenced.
Life isn’t easy for Claren Greenwood. Her mother was killed by rebels, her father was exiled, and her brother has an unlucky habit of flirting with death. But Claren has a rare skill, and once the government identifies her as an Empath, she finally sees a chance for a brighter future. Placed in a training facility closer to the Center, Claren finds herself straddling two worlds–the luxurious Leaders begging her to work for “The Greater Good,” and a wild group of rebels threatening to tear it all apart.
When struggling concert pianist Emil inherits a house from his late uncle, he thinks all of his problems are solved. Absconding to the mysterious Weatherby House in the suburbs of Portland where his famous uncle composed many classical masterpieces, Emil finds the place completely empty, save for one thing: His uncle’s grand piano.
The Catholic Church’s Seal of Confession prevents a sexual predator from being brought to justice. Native American policeman Charley Whitehorse, and his partner Tony Esperanza, pursue him as he cuts a swath of terror across the Pacific Northwest. In the quaint coastal town of Driftwood, Oregon, the killer kidnaps young Kaitlynn Denhurst. When her mother Chloe learns that the man she loves shares a terrible secret with the kidnapper, she must use her own courage, strength, and wits to rescue her daughter.
He’s a former Navy SEAL, haunted by his past. She’s the only woman who can help him redeem his honor. But will they be able to overcome the mayhem of his previous life, and set themselves free from the darkness?
I’m used to being the new girl. Every time Dad gets restationed, it’s the same routine–keep my head low and be invisible until the next move. Except, despite the uniform, I don’t have the money or the complexion to blend in with the devastatingly rich and beautiful students gracing the halls of Desert Badlands Academy. It’s bad enough that, before my first day, I let Xander Gale give me a handy introduction in a darkened hallway of his home. Even if he is hot, I keep telling myself I don’t need any distractions. My scholarship is riding on finishing up the year here.
Spine-Chilling Murders in Des Moines is a collection of true-life stories – most of them rescued from old newspaper accounts published over 100 years ago. Only a few of the events in this book have ever made it into print, except maybe in musky-old county histories. Even then, they are lucky to rate a paragraph.
Russian Roulette is the first Dev Haskell mystery. Beautiful Kerri seems to have fallen for Dev. She even left him a note… In short order Dev Haskell finds himself at odds with the local police, Homeland Security, ICE, and a n FBI task force. He’s got a gunshot wound and shrapnel in his rear. Not to mention he’s on the run from a psychotic killer.
Jay Sullivan is a pathetic mess, tortured by his daughter’s kidnapping, and is nothing like the legendary assassin he used to be. Could a clue out of nowhere be the redemption he needs? Or is he destined to remain an alcoholic nomad walking through life alone?
Ember Gillespie was sent away from the island of Tulukaruk when she was only a child. Now returning as a teenager, she’s finding that the life she idealized from afar is actually a living nightmare, complete with a deranged family that is trying to drive her away and a town full of creepy people. Her only refuge from the constant strain comes from the subtle and mysterious Acton, who has taken her under his wing, and a dark friendship that seems to have the potential to ignite into romance.
Since the invention of writing, the written word has fueled humanity’s astonishing progress. Thus, the ability to write effectively and beautifully has long been revered and rewarded. And yet in the digital age, people have begun to believe that this talent is somehow obsolete: that writing is something unworthy of study beyond the basic mechanics of vocabulary and syntax and grammar, that mediocre prose is acceptable in a world crying out for clear and precise communication.
A family have pulled apart when Charlie Little decides to up and leave his wife and child, Meg and Nelly, in search of something better.
A teenage farm girl with few ambitions past the next harvest, Adelyn doesn’t have any use for magic. Her powers are fledgeling at best, and even if she had the means to learn how to harness her magic, wielding that power would only make her an outcast in her own home.
Something sinister lurks within the old mill town of Ashton Falls, Maine. For Chris Murphy and his daughter the New England village offers the promise of a new beginning, new hope, and a new romance. When strange accidents begin to befall the citizens of the town, an evil force threatens the safety of those closest to Chris.
Part H. P. Lovecraft and part Alien, Ironheart is the story of what happens when the mining ship Canary comes across a strange woman on the edge of the galaxy–a woman who cannot possibly exist but does….
Explore Food & Wine of Tuscany, Italy
Living the principles of Faith, Family, and Freedom, Janel reveals how embracing the successes and ignoring the haters can strengthen your marriage, free you from guilt over things beyond your control, and bring peace to your life and family.
Paige is just a sweet girl; the girl next door from a small hometown on O’ahu, in Hawaii. Like all little girls, what she wanted was simple; she wanted to be loved and adored, happy and carefree. But at the ripe age of five, she already learned that life was nothing but, simple or carefree.
Many desire to be a leader, whether it’s in the home, on the job, or in the community. Leadership—great leadership—is an issue that is paramount to our ability to thrive in a world that is constantly changing. Teams win and lose. Companies succeed and fail. For this reason, leadership is a necessary aptitude.
Every faith has a story of how the world ends. It’s hard coded in their mythologies. But when the end of the universe actually happened, it was unlike anything ANY of them predicted.
He promised me a treat. A weekend on the lake—without the kids. He didn’t tell me he’d invited a friend.
I want him bad. Even though I shouldn’t. But I’ve obsessed all summer, watched those tattooed muscles flex and sweat as he tends the grounds where I work, lusting from afar.
A beautiful graphic designer. A handsome young Lawyer. An unexpected love that will change their lives.
He let her go once…now she’s back. But Jack Prince knows she won’t want him when she finds out his secret…
More than the Sum of my Losses: A Birth Mom’s Journey from Tragedy to Triumph!
An Indigenous Woman’s Story of Childhood Trauma, Faith & Healing
150 Easy Chocolate Recipes
Get to know yourself through daily exercises in gratitude.
Middle school was hard. Trust me, as an eighth-grader at Pine Ridge Middle School, I already knew this. What I didn’t know was that it was about to get a lot harder for me.
Annie Perry has been running from the overbearing shadow of her ex-husband, Leonard, for far too long. Just when she thinks she’s finally free of him, an FBI agent shows up at her door and reminds her that her scorned lover is never far behind.
How To Get It and How To Keep It – Stories From the Tee
My Journey From Very Average to Pretty Damn Good – How to Simplify the Game and Lower your Score
How To Deal With Financial Stress: When Your Finances Are Causing You Stress
Launch an Online Business & Earn Dough on the Go
A young scientist helps a woman who claims to be the personification of the moon, find her best friend who is a fallen star; but a figure is trying to prevent her from returning to her realm before the sun sets so that darkness might reign in both realms.
NETFLIX and the Culture of Reinvention | A Guide to Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer’s Book
The Visual Brand Learning study guides cover topics and vocabulary in science and history that your child will encounter while learning the Common Core and other states standardized testing.
In today’s digital age, we have limitless information at our fingertips. But there are only so many hours in the day, and time is a precious resource. This short, easy to ready book carefully curates the essential points of BLITZ into a concise summary and saves you hours of reading!
Teenage boy Karl is missing and everyone thinks that the troubled youth is dead…except Frank. Frank knows that his best friend is out there and that Karl will come back. Six months later, Karl does return with no idea of what happened to him. He gets reacquainted with their high school clique but everyone senses that something about Karl is different. After a weekend retreat, they realize that Karl is more than just different…he’s a werewolf and when the full moon arises they find themselves fighting for their lives.
Mary Hughes sat with her sister, Kathleen McCormack Durst in the small medical clinic office on a warm morning in June 1976. She pleaded with her sister to not go through with the procedure; that there was a way out of this mess; that she could leave her husband if she wanted to. But Kathleen, through her pained tears only wept softly into her hands, telling her sister ‘she had to’ – ‘it was the only option’.
Accounts of an abusive Catholic priest, a nun questioning her vows, a missing girl reported to the Church rather than the police. A body chewed to nothing by wildlife. A second murder, with links to the first. Nearly forty years after her death, police in Baltimore are no closer to finding the culprit in the disturbing case of Catherine Cesnik than they were back in 1969.
David is not exactly a church going man. He has a short fuse, loves to flirt and has a broken moral compass. His life changes, however, when he comes upon a box of love letters and a picture of a lovely woman while hiking near an Amish town. He falls in love with the woman described in the letters as well as the mystery of her life…Armed with only her photograph, her journeys into the Amish town…determined to meet the woman…and win her heart.