Friday Evening’s Batch of eBooks

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Falling Free
by Evelyn Adams
Sports Romance

Amanda Southerland has a job she loves and a solid relationship with a man who looks great on paper. If it all feels a little hollow, so what? She’s got nothing to complain about. Her life is running like clockwork.

That is until she slides down the side of a mountain and crashes into the cocky gym rat who’s exactly the kind of guy she avoids. He’s all muscle, no finesse, and if she can’t stop thinking about him, it’s just because he irritates her. Nothing more.


All of Us and Everything
by Bridget Asher
Women’s Fiction

The Rockwell women are nothing if not… Well, it’s complicated. When the sisters–Esme, Liv, and Ru–were young, their eccentric mother, Augusta, silenced all talk of their absent father with the wild story that he was an international spy, always away on top-secret missions…

So when a hurricane hits the family home on the Jersey Shore, the Rockwells reunite to assess the damage–only to discover that the storm has unearthed a long-buried box…


Flinx’s Folly
by Alan Dean Foster
Science Fiction

Bestselling author Alan Dean Foster delivers a Pip and Flinx novel featuring a certain twenty-four-year-old with red hair, growing powers, and a loyal sidekick who just happens to be a flying mini-dragon.

Flinx’s Folly follows Flinx on a thrilling quest to unravel the mysteries of his mind and body. It is a quest that forces him to confront a horror almost beyond human comprehension concealed somewhere in the universe…and coming closer.


Nazi Germany and the Jews: Volume 1
by Saul Friedlander

A great historian crowns a lifetime of thought and research by answering a question that has haunted us for more than 50 years: How did one of the most industrially and culturally advanced nations in the world embark on and continue along the path leading to one of the most enormous criminal enterprises in history, the extermination of Europe’s Jews?

Giving considerable emphasis to a wealth of new archival findings, Saul Friedlander restores the voices of Jews who, after the 1933 Nazi accession to power, were engulfed in an increasingly horrifying reality.


The Haven’s Kitchen Cooking School
by Alison Cayne

Learning to cook has never been simpler–or more delicious–thanks to The Haven’s Kitchen Cooking School. Each of the book’s nine chapters centers on a key lesson: in the eggs chapter, readers will learn about timing and temperature while poaching, frying, and scrambling; in the soups chapter, they will learn to layer flavors through recipes like Green Curry with Chicken.

The rigorously tested recipes–including wholesome lunches, dinner-party showstoppers, and delectable desserts–will become part of readers’ daily repertoires. Beautiful photographs show both the finished dishes and the how-to techniques, and helpful illustrations offer further guidance.


Witch Cake Murders
by Zoe Arden

Witches and humans have always existed peacefully in Sweetland Cove… until now.

Ava Rose just turned twenty-one, and with her birthday came a few surprises. One: she’s a witch. Two: she’s part owner of a magical bakery she never knew existed. Three: Someone wants her dead.

The day Ava arrives in Sweetland Cove, murders begin occurring… Witches and wizards are quick to blame her, but Ava’s aunts won’t let the town they love turn against her. But murders follow Ava everywhere. Soon, she finds herself on the receiving end of the killer’s mad spree.