The House at Herne Hill

The House at Herne Hill by M.J. Kingston

"A war is coming, Laura. And you need to decide which side you're going to be on..." Student life. London. 1983. What could be better? For Laura Collingwood, exiled from her island home and separated from the love of her life by 3,000 miles, it might seem that life is over even before it has properly begun. But London brings new worlds. A beautiful, shared house by a park. New friends and old. A sisterhood of Georgia Girls, of all backgrounds. And the hint of a conspiracy to change her island home.

The Girls from Spaniard's Bay

The Girls from Spaniard's Bay by M.J. Kingston

When you're eighteen, the world opens out before you. Well. Unless you're Laura Collingwood, that is. Her world consists of a tiny island that hasn't changed since the 1950's, a school that makes Dotheboys Hall look like a Steiner Academy and a mother who combines the investigative acumen of Hercule Poirot with the disciplinary tendencies of the Dark Lord Sauron.

Becoming Clementine

Becoming Clementine by Jennifer Niven

After delivering a B-17 Flying Fortress to Britain, an American volunteers to copilot a plane carrying special agents to their drop spot over Normandy. Her personal mission: to find her brother, who is missing in action. Their plane is shot down, and only she and five agents survive.

Velva Jean Learns to Drive

Velva Jean Learns to Drive by Jennifer Niven

Set in Appalachia in the years before World War II, Velva Jean Learns to Drive is a poignant story of a spirited young girl growing up in the gold- mining and moonshining South. Before she dies, Velva Jean’s mother urges her to "live out there in the great wide world." Velva Jean dreams of becoming a big-time singer in Nashville until she falls in love with Harley Bright, a handsome juvenile delinquent turned revival preacher. As their tumultuous love story unfolds, Velva Jean must choose between keeping her hard-won home and pursuing her dream of singing in the Grand Ole Opry.

The Ice Master: The Doomed 1913 Voyage of the Karluk

The Ice Master: The Doomed 1913 Voyage of the Karluk by Jennifer Niven

In 1913 an expedition party sailed out of British Columbia in search of an undiscovered Arctic continent. Filled with hope and excitement, the twenty-five people on board had no hint of the tragedy that lay ahead. Imprisoned in ice, abandoned by their expedition leader, and blown off course by polar storms, the Karluks crew was eventually forced to abandon ship on the ice-pack somewhere in the remote, treacherous Arctic.

"Gene. Sys."

"Gene. Sys." by Aaron Denius Garcia

The world is supposed to end in about a year. For Atom, that means his quest is about to begin. Genetically engineered by the scientists that will be setting off a nuclear apocalypse, Atom and eleven other Genetic Systems were created to restart humanity. When a series of chaotic events expedites the plans for the extermination, Atom must find the courage and strength to lead himself and the other Genesys to survival.


Bullet by Jade C. Jamison

An Epic Rock Star Novel What if you discover the man you want is toxic? She tasted a little bit of heaven with him, and now they’ve gone through hell and back, but can their relationship take anymore? Valerie Quinn is a naïve college freshman when she meets on-the-rise rock star Ethan Richards. He’s an idealistic, handsome, reckless young man, but he’s captured her heart. She doesn’t give up on him and eventually his walls crumble down. By the time Valerie has given herself to him completely, she discovers he’s damaged and may be beyond help.

30:The Dragonfly Catcher

30:The Dragonfly Catcher by Jacqueline Rainey

“To be naive and view the world so differently than those around you; I wouldn’t call it blissful just child-like. It was a state of mind that carried through up into my womanhood and my expectations of what the world would offer up to me. My beautiful family and I are contenders not to be taken lightly in this world of family birth-rights with the looks and skills and talent to match, but we are plagued by continued disappointments one after another.” Love is a splendid thing when you can find it, but sometimes sex with a stranger can be more eye opening.

Dark Harmonie

Dark Harmonie by Jacqueline Rainey

We all choose what we want to believe whether it is something we have seen with our own eyes or heard from the mouths of others. I don’t believe in second hand tales, but I do believe what I see with my own eyes and the things that the Lord lays upon me. My character Harmonie is front line and center caught up in a battle of the spiritual warfare that has become visible to her eyes in the natural world. She sees the things that so many of us do not see or chose to ignore, shaking them off as just a nightmare or a mirage, tricks of the eyes.


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