In Gables Court by Alan S. Kessler, Samuel Bass moves from New England to Gables Court in Miami. When he meets Katie, he’s a virgin waiting for marriage and the attraction, for him, is instant. She’s a college student looking to experience life and wants to have sex without strings. In the meantime, Bass’s life is complicated when the young lawyer’s new clients attract the interest of his crime lord father.
A small town Sheriff, a French Priest and an Internet genius are unlikely allies joined in the fight against the blood diamond trade, human trafficking and the threat of ISIS. When the threat comes home can they stop an impending terrorist attack before its too late?
In [easyazon_link identifier=”1426700709″ locale=”US” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]One Imperfect Christmas[/easyazon_link] Natalie Pearce has been living with an all-consuming guilt of not having been there for her mother when she suffered a stroke. With her mother in a nursing home with no signs of leaving, Natalie’s family connections seem to drift further apart and her marriage is on the brink of dissolution. Daniel Pearce doesn’t know how he can help his wife and their daughter has been unmanageably rebellious. Is there any saving this family?
In The “She” Stands Alone by Nadine Keels, Sheridan Jones fell in love in college only to have her heart broken. The dating pool is shallow so Sheridan decides that her best option is to simply date herself.
Aiden Sharp is a lawyer running from life. He finds himself on the North Carolina Outer Banks and Ocracoke Island. Aiden finds kindred spirits on the island and together they find a schooner that has come ashore. Is this the long lost ship Prodigal and, if it is, can it save them?
A collection of short stories examining life, its meaning and our place in this world and with a higher power. Amidst Traffic is a book of short stories that ponders life’s challenges, choices and what ifs. In the foreword, the author suggests that the intent is to present stories that make readers think about their relationship with God. Many of the stories are somewhat open-ended as a seeming invitation to the reader to contemplate the experience of the short story.
The inhabitants of Galatia, a post-apocalyptic community, have been living underground since a nuclear attack left the world uninhabitable. When their underground bunker collapses, the Galactians are forced to the surface, some of who embrace the change. Lars Steelson is a kid who didn’t fit in the underground. On the surface, he blossoms. He’s joined by hothead Josie Albright. Can Josie and Lars work together to find a new home for their people?
The Country of Diachona is celebrating an anniversary while under great threat from a neighboring power. Constance, Diachona’s young heir, is facing serious doubts and a growing affection for a young commander. Can Constance stand tall in a man’s world and be a leader in her nation?
In The Return by Carter Vance, the married couple, Sarah Davidson and Peter Christos are expecting a special child. There are people who would like to make sure that the baby is never born. Protecting Sarah and the baby is the ancient order of the Knights Templar. They’ve been preparing for centuries but can anyone do enough to prepare for a battle to come?
In The Story in the Stars by Yvonne Anderson, Dassa survives a horrible plague that kills everyone else on her planet. She knows that her life’s work is to one day repopulate her beautiful planet. To make that happen she needs the help of her enemy, Pik.