Khenet, the Pharaoh’s adopted brother, has been chosen to escort Tiya to marry the evil ruler of Viper Nome. They know that their mission will lead to death. Tiya has the mark of the goddess Nephthys and her value to the ruler lies within the power she doesn’t realize she has. Nephthys professes that her plan is to save Egypt, but is the tricky goddess to be trusted? With their lives on the line will Khenet and Tiya go quietly or will they fight? Continue reading Warrior of the Nile: Gods of Egypt by Veronica Scott
In Dance the Moon Down by R.L. Bartram, Victoria, an affluent English woman attending a University, meets the love of her life, Gerald Avery. Gerald is a poet and doesn’t meet the expectations of Victoria’s mother so the pair marries secretly in early 1914. When England enters World War I, Gerald volunteers for service. When he goes missing, Victoria will stop at nothing to find her husband no matter the personal cost. She knows he’s out there and will risk all to be reunited.
In Island of the White Rose by R. Ira Harris, it’s 1958 in Cuba, and Father Pedro Villanueva was happy to comply with his family’s wish that he joins the priesthood once his first love broke his heart. Now he’s having some doubts and he’s seeing social injustice under the reign of Batista that disturbs him greatly. The position of the church is to not address politics, but Pedro wants to help, and the best way he can see to accomplish his goal is to join the revolution. Fidel Castro seems like a man who wants positive change but all may not be what it seems. In the meantime, another member of the resistance had caught Pedro’s eye and heart. Can he resist temptation or will their love blossom against all odds?
In Fun & Games by David Michael Slater, Jonathan Schwartz is coming-of-age in the 1980s. At the crossroads of religion and his wacky family, Jonathon navigates the difficult years toward adulthood with humor. Fun & Games is a story of love, loss and skeletons in the closet.
In The Wellbaby by Zack Grenville, Amanda Prahl has had a tough life. When Amanda was rescued from a well as 10-month-old, the town of Iron Lake, Oklahoma benefited greatly and now that Amanda is 18, it’s her turn to profit. In 1988 the town of Iron Lake is in crisis. The town’s largest employer has closed. Iron Lake, Oklahoma needs a miracle at a time when miracles are in short supply.
The Clock of Life by Nancy Klann-Moren is a coming-of-age story that takes place in the 1970s and 1980s. Jason Lee Rainey’s father was a hero. The senior Rainey was a man who strongly believed in the Civil Rights movement and fought in Vietnam. He died when young Jason Lee was only eight months old. Living in Hadlee, Mississippi with his mother and uncle, Jason Lee must decide despite the anti-black sentiment that lingers if he will pursue a friendship with Samson Johnson. When he meets him at the school the first day, Samson bears the taunts and beatings from the other white children. Over time, Jason Lee learns more about his father, Vietnam and the Civil Rights movement and also that sometimes you have to work to make your world a better place.
A Jane Austen Daydream by Scott D. Southard is an imagined story of Jane Austen’s life in which she longs for companionship and love. Will she find what she’s looking for at a ball in honor of her sister and herself hosted by their brother at Godmersham Park?
Texas 1871, life has not been easy for Rondo Landon. A gifted sharpshooter from an early age, his father gave him a pistol taken from a dead Union soldier. Rondo once dreamed of being a legitimate businessman, but in the Wild West dreams aren’t practical, and he swiftly turns to crime. Rondo’s criminal past has caught up with him, and now it’s time to confess the things he’s done. [easyazon-link asin=”1481806297″ locale=”us”]Confessions Of A Gunfighter[/easyazon-link] contains the good, the bad and the ugly of Rondo Landon’s life and quite a life it’s been!
In Janelle’s Time by Dayna Leigh Cheser, Janelle’s father, Gerard, dies in a terrible accident leaving her to inherit his properties and great fortune. Richard Grayson, the youngest son of a duke, sees Janelle and falls for her instantly. Together they encounter a strange light by which they travel back in time and to the English estate of Richard’s ancestors. Will everything change for Janelle and Richard or will their love conquer all? Janelle’s Time does indeed cover a lot of time.
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B00BEB77R8″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/511P-qdBFoL._SL160_.jpg” width=”100″]It’s 1890 and Hope is expected to produce children with her doctor husband, Peter. Hope has no intention of living up to the expectations of the time. The abuse that Hope suffered at the hands of her father resonates in the way she lives her life. Her father is dead….or is he? The Sapphire Brigade, an organization dedicated to victims of child abuse offer their help when strange murders start to occur.
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