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The Napoleonic War rages, King George III is mad, and a dark secret society looks to take advantage.
John Grissom’s enhanced vampiric hearing leads him to investigate the oldest and most powerful order of vampires in England. His investigation takes him from London to Brighton and back again, from a vampire proof dungeon to a glittering masked assembly.
What he discovers could turn the tide of war in Napoleon’s favor. He hopes to succeed in preventing it, but he’ll be powerless to do anything if a blood-crazed madness takes him first.
“Reads like an episode of Penny Dreadful.” – William, Goodreads giveaway winner
“I was sorry to see the story end I can’t wait for sequels.” Leslie Sholly, blogger, lifeineverylimb.com
“I’m going to have to read [the sequel] to see what is in store for this intriguing character Zapledam has created.” Laura Pearl, author of Erin’s Ring
“I admire the way the author used a vampire story (without being repulsive) to tell an exciting tale with real substance, one that makes readers ponder moral truths and, in particular, to consider what really makes a monster.” Therese Heckencamp, author of Frozen Footprints
As the danger intensifies and the Malornians’ suspicions grow, Jaymin seeks desperately for a way to save his kingdom and himself. Then he stumbles upon a startling discovery that will challenge his assumptions and forever change his view of Malorn and the events that altered his life.
Prince of Alasia is the first book in the Annals of Alasia, but the series can be read in any order, and each book can stand on its own.
Everywhere that newly retired Melody looked, she saw lovers.
In the grocery store ordering two lamb chops while she bought her solitary chicken breast.
In the park working off her secretary spread while they walked their designer puppy.
In the elevator carrying shopping bags bulging with expensive bed linens while she hauled grocery bags filled with flour and sugar to make cookies.
Everywhere lovers, all of them young and trim. And there was Melody, middle-aged and grandmotherly.
Until she decided she couldn’t do anything about her age, but everything else was up for grabs.
But would a makeover and a stab at Internet dating be enough to open her heart to love again?
Download Dating and Dessert now, and curl up with this page-turning romantic comedy with recipes that will bring to mind Bridget Jones, Sophie Kinsella, and Sex in the City.
Readers say, “I loved this book! The story is funny and well-written. . . I’d give it more than 5 stars if I could.”
“I loved this little story! I actually laughed . . . as I saw myself and close friends in this light-hearted little romp. . . .”
Defy her heart or her parents?
Junior year is tough for Thalía Reynari.
A new high school, trying to fit in, schoolwork, family commitments.
With everything going on in her life, Thalía could use a break, an adventure.
When the affluent and gorgeous Christopher Cooper saves her from a riptide, she thinks her life should change for the better.
Don’t bet on it.
Thalía and Christopher find themselves caught in the middle of a simmering feud.
One which has kept the two families apart for a decade.
And no one is sure if young love will be enough to bridge this divide.
As they hide their relationship behind masks Thalía must decide if he is worth losing her parents’ approval over…or not.
First-time novelist Audrey Rich imbues Masquerading Our Love with the joy and pain of how teens live life today as they wrestle with love, friendship, and faith in the small Stonehaven town. Thalía, Christopher, and Rich’s entire cast of characters is so vibrant, so alive, that they’re sure to leap off the page—and into your heart.
Click now to lose yourself in a clean and wholesome, sweet, and heartwarming story about young love determined to stay together…even when it’s forbidden.
Before the beginning of sophomore year of high school, Hadley and her family move to a beautiful beach town, where she makes amazing new friends and lands the boyfriend of her dreams–Nick Jenkins. He’s the kind of guy every girl swoons over, and it isn’t long until Hadley discovers some are still swooning.
A famous ex-girlfriend makes matters more complicated…
After some time dating, Hadley and Nick form a deep bond. But insecurity sets in when Hadley discovers her boyfriend once had a huge crush on her friend–who just happens to be the beautiful former teen TV star, Simone Hendrickson.
The past is the past–or so they say…
Hadley confronts Nick, who confesses about his history with Simone. Though he claims to only have eyes for Hadley now, it’s hard to believe–especially when she’s blindsided with the news that Nick and Simone kissed after school.
Now Hadley must determine who is telling the truth. Love, betrayal, friendship…who needs soap opera drama when you’re busy competing with a star?
Each book in the Star Series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 Next Door to a Star
Book #2 Competing with the Star
A horrific accident changed everything for Parker Wilson. The beautiful new employee his mom hires is the last thing he needs and he’ll do whatever it takes to make the girl quit and regain the peace and quiet he prefers.
Nothing short of desperation would force Chelsea Blake to work on a local cattle ranch. She may not be cut out for ranch life, but her determination to succeed is stronger than her handsome employer’s efforts at forcing her to leave.
Unprepared to discover all they have in common, if they set aside their initial dislike, they might find joy beyond measure.
Love’s Compass: Six books, two families, one unforgettable series.
Finding Joy is book five in the complete Love’s Compass series. While each story stands on its own, you’ll receive updates about the lives of previous characters as the series progresses.
Finding Peace (Book 1):
Tuck is determined to keep Laurie safe, even if it means risking his own heart in the process.
Finding Hope (Book 2):
For years, Lance avoided telling Lexi how he felt. He’s not about to waste another minute…
Finding Courage (Book 3):
With their marriage failing, it takes courage to ask for a second chance…and even more to extend one.
Finding Faith (Book 4):
The more time they spend together, the harder it is to imagine a future apart.
Finding Joy (Book 5):
When Chelsea starts working for a stubborn cowboy, what seems like a dead end might really be a new beginning.
Finding Grace (Book 6):
Beth was determined to remain single…until Tyler and his daughter remind her of the family she used to dream of.
In 2040s America, life is cheap and necessities are scarce. Yet even in the midst of drudgery and despair, unbroken spirits remain.
Julie is a young woman with a plan to ignite the spark of resistance. Randy dreams of winning Julie’s love and escaping the emptiness of over-regulated life. Joseph seeks revenge on the system for a family tragedy. Daniel is a young artist who can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Chris is an orphan prepared to do the unthinkable to protect his younger sister.
Whether by choice or by accident, each will take a path on a collision course with the oppressive regime. Will they find the freedom they desire? Or will the cost of defiance prove too high to bear?
Marina Fontaine is an immigrant from the former Soviet Union. She uses personal experience to craft a novel that takes an intimate look at life in a totalitarian society and the role that individual choices play in advancing the cause of liberty.
Brought together by a reality show designed to pacify the people of Gandria, Viscount Marcus Draishire and his low-born wife are secret devotees of the forbidden book. This could get both of them imprisoned or worse. Marcus hears a case of a cattle farmer suing his baron for unfair taxation. Should he follow the king’s decree, that all nobles are immune from criticism, or judge the case on its merits? Marcus chooses the latter and gets himself some unwanted attention. He now has to balance acting in the best interests of his subjects against antagonising his superiors, who tend to express their displeasure with a bomb, bullet or knife.
The people under him have their own struggles and the nobility itself is walking something of a tightrope, the need to crush dissent weighing against that of projecting a benevolent public image; no-one wants another uprising.