Ashley Moore’s life in San Francisco has hit a few snags, not the least of which involves sightings of a mystery man around every corner. Is she losing her mind or does he really exist?
Her search for this grey-eyed stranger leads her to Scotland. There she meets a witch with a secret, a vindictive English knight who is bent on revenge, and she crosses a fog-shrouded bridge into the arms of a 16th century Highlander…
At fifteen, Alexis Carew has to face an age old problem – she’s a girl, and only a boy can inherit the family’s vast holdings. Her options are few.
She must marry and watch a stranger run the lands, or become a penniless tenant and see the lands she so dearly loves sold off. Yet there may be another option, one that involves becoming a midshipman on a shorthanded Navy spaceship with no other women.
From acclaimed author Scott Sigler–New York Times bestselling creator of Infected and Contagious–comes a tale of genetic experimentation’s worst nightmare come true.
Scott Sigler takes readers on the ultimate thrill-ride–and offers a chilling cautionary account of what can happen when hubris, greed, and madness drive scientific experimentation past the brink of reason.
“A well-written, richly complicated, and deeply engaging coming-of-age tale.” Kirkus Reviews (starred review) – Kirkus Reviews’ “INDIE BEST BOOKS OF THE MONTH” (June 2018)
July 1969. While men are walking on the moon, life in London for sixteen-year-old Jane takes unexpected turns. On the point of falling in love with her best friend Karl, she discovers that there’s more to her father’s spectacular girlfriend than at first meets the eye…
Paisley MacGregor, a maid to the rich, made a dying request to send all of her wealthy employers on a first-class wake to spread her ashes around the world.
Amy has her suspicions about these “mourners,” especially when one has a life-threatening “accident” at the first stop in Paris. And when a mysterious American stranger tagging along with the group has his ticket punched in the shadow of the Taj Mahal, Amy knows she may have a killer on her tour…
Icy as the Montana mountains… Cameron is cold, remote and guarded. And it’s getting hard to ignore the rumors. But when I see how he cares for his little girl… I start to wonder if giving him a baby is really such a crazy idea. He’s the sexiest man to step foot into Whitefish, Montana. And there’s something he desperately wants from me…
The surrogate agency thinks we’d make a great match. My best friend might think I’m crazy. But I know a good man when I see one. I just hope whatever he’s running from is locked away for good.
Bailey Burke has had a rough six months–it’s not easy thinking your romantic overtures toward your best friend caused him to kill himself. Except that’s exactly what happened.
Ryan is very much dead, having shot himself with his own police-issued gun. Guilt and grief shouldn’t cause hallucinations though, but six months after Ryan went into the ground, Bailey is freaking out and swearing his ghost is standing in her kitchen. Which he is…
Eleven year-old Drew Montgomery has not, does not, and will not ever want a stupid old rabbit. All they do is sit in their cages, eat carrots, and poop. Then his annoying little sister blackmails him into hiding a bunny in his closet. She knows what really happened to his “stolen” bike and she’s threatening to tell.
Now Drew’s in a real jam. If his “No pets!” parents find the rabbit or, worse, his sister blabs the truth, he’ll be grounded till grade seven for sure.
Twelve years ago, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil exploded into a monumental success, residing a record-breaking four years on the New York Times bestseller list…
The City of Falling Angels is Berendt’s first book since Midnight, and it immediately reminds one what all the fuss was about. Turning to the magic, mystery, and decadence of Venice, Berendt gradually reveals the truth behind a sensational fire that in 1996 destroyed the historic Fenice opera house…
A stunning new archaeological thriller by the New York Times bestselling co-author of Brimstone and Relic.
A moon rock missing for thirty years… Buckets of blood-soaked sand found in a New Mexico canyon… A scientist ambitious enough to kill… A monk who will redeem the world… A dark agency with a deadly mission… The greatest scientific discovery of all time… What fire bolt from the galactic dark shattered the Earth eons ago, and now hides in that remote cleft in the southwest United States known as Tyrannosaur Canyon?
Tiny houses are all the rage these days, but what can you do with something so small? Here are seven stories about people chasing their dreams, making fresh starts, finding love, stumbling upon forgiveness, and embarking upon new adventures in tiny houses. Travel with them around the country in this big novella collection.
“These stories are so well-written and offer such variety of style. This a great collection. I highly recommend this book…” -Larry Timm, Amazon Reviewer
The dreams of every young woman in love lead to this one day of her life, the day she truly becomes a princess, that special day she will remember for the rest of her life: her wedding day.
EIGHT New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors bring you eight stories of memorable weddings, spilling over with nervous tingles and overwhelming moments. Experience the euphoria of wedding day bliss, cry a river of happiness and celebrate the joy over and over again with these happy ever after tales.
Kate Robinson has spent the past two decades yearning to find her soul mate, the boy she found and then lost during a family holiday.
Shortly after her twenty-eighth birthday, however, she inherits a fortune from an old family friend and becomes something of an overnight celebrity. Can her new-found fame lead her to him after all this time?
Three rules safeguarded travelers through the enchanted forest, but not a child. His death robbed Shayari’s silent sentinels of their power to lay his innocent soul to rest and to repel the evil stalking its shadows. Lured into the forest by its mythic Queen, an untested mage must right a deadly wrong before its dark power corrupts his dearest son.
In a land where mages are hunted and despised, a single father must serve his masters and save a soul without revealing his gifted son. Or he risks losing everything he holds dear.
“I kill everything I plant.”
Does this sound like you or someone you know? Give yourself a pat on the back because admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery. And lucky for you, you can easily turn your brown thumb into a green one with the help of Plants You Can’t Kill…
Evie and Elliot are scrawny, filthy and wide-eyed with fear when they turn up on foster carer Maggie Hartley’s doorstep. Aged just two and three years old, this brother and sister have hardly set foot outside their own home. They have been prisoners, locked in a terrifying world of abuse, violence and neglect.
From emotionally scarred and damaged little children, we see how – with warmth and dedication – Maggie transforms their lives. As this moving story unfolds, we share Maggie’s joy when these children finally smile again, when they realise they do have a future after all.
Who killed Jack Sullivan? Find out in DON’T TRUST ME, a romantic suspense thriller with an ending you won’t see coming!
Welcome to Hamlet. Population: 192. You can’t find it on any map, GPS or directions site. A small village tucked between a mountain and a valley, Hamlet is the sort of place where everyone knows everyone — and their business, too. There’s no television. No phones. Only one way in and, for the locals, barely any way out. The sheriff is the law, the only doctor moonlights as the coroner, and outsiders rarely come to town. Murders are even rarer…
After her husband’s death, Amy had never expected to fall inlove a second time, but when she meets Drew, the attraction is immediate. However, when Drew brings her into his world–a world of old money and high society–by inviting her to the Society Ball, battle lines are drawn.
As the Ball begins, Amy is cornered by one of Drew’s neighbors, who tells her she doesn’t belong there. With so many people pushing her out of Drew’s world, she finds it hard to believe he could really want to pull her in. Is Drew really just like the rich snobs who despise her? Does he have some ulterior motive?