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“Love without prejudice” – What the Heart Sees (New Beginnings Book 4) by Trish Edmisten

#romanceauthor #contemporary romance #romancewriter #newadultromance Being born blind, Ken has always lived a sheltered life, thanks to his overprotective mother and older sisters. If it wasn’t for his best friend, Stone, he’d never have any kind of freedom, let alone a life. Twenty-one years old and still living at home, Ken is ready to be…

Within Amicia’s chest beats the heart of a dragon, if she can discover it in time… – Journey of Darkness (Dragon of Eriden Book 2) by Samantha Jacobey

#Fantasy #Magic #Dragons #Series #EpicAdventure #YoungAdult #NewAdult Within Amicia’s chest beats the heart of a dragon, if she can discover it in time… In her deathbed confession, Arely Spicer opened Amicia’s eyes to the truth about her past, sending the young woman running for her life. Fleeing the port town of Nalen, Ami quickly fell…

Natalia Wilde had a mother at who the devil himself would shake his head – Summer: Book VI of the PlayNISE Series by Ryanne Anthony

#contemporary, #romance, #interracial, #multicultural, #indieauthor, #indiepromo, #authorpromo Natalia Wilde had a mother at who the devil himself would shake his head… Anitra Wilde feigned illnesses for Natalia in order to take advantage of kind strangers and businesses, for her own personal greed, and forced her daughter to endure treatment after treatment, until her accomplices turned on her…

“I really enjoyed this book.” – I Was Just a Radioman by Pamela Ackerson

#ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr In 1940, still in high school, Henry P. Lawrence joined the Navy Reserves. Little did he know that a year later, in May of 1941, he’d be called to service and deployed to Hawaii. No one believed the Japanese would be aggressive enough to attack a U.S. territory. Their plan…to cripple…

“Michael Bussa has a way with a short story that is unique and a pleasure to find” – The Peace of Pi by Michael Bussa

An odd tale of disconnection follows a quiet little man who wanders about the day, in the shadows of an overbearing wife. Willing to do anything to find the love they once shared, he trails her patiently, almost invisibly, to an unexpected ending. The author cleverly uses rhythm and rhyme, creating a long-form, poetic short…

“This story is told with great detail, making the reader apart of the story.” The Void by Marta Moran Bishop

The Void, the first true paranormal short story written by Marta Moran Bishop, is reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock or the Twilight Zone of later days. It will take you deep into the mind and heart of someone either living through a serious mental illness or something mysterious and dangerous resides in the void. Many years…

“Will they be able to overcome the misunderstandings and be happy together?” – Loving Marie: A Fairfield Corners Prequel by L.A. Remenicky

#Hoosierauthor #FairfieldCorners Falling in love with his partner’s little sister was never part of the plan. There was an order to James Marsden’s future: get a job as an Indianapolis cop, work his way up to detective, and then find a nice girl and start a family. He never planned on walking into a diner…

“The descriptive writing draws you in and keeps you there” – Blood Phase (Book 2 of the G.O.D.’s Series) by Kirsten Campbell

#dystopian #bestseller #bookbooster WARNING  FOR 18+ ONLY The G.O.D. series must be read in order November 12, 2052: Earth has lost two-thirds of its population to the Great War. Many more lives have been lost to earthquakes, the Clover Virus, and the Death Plague. Years later, survivors are clumped into factions. Two of those factions—the Brotherhood…

“This series just keeps getting better and better” – Viral Storm: A Dystopian Zombie Apocalypse Thriller (Viral Series Book 2) by Jade Lazlow

“The sores forming with unholy speed on Harley’s arms and legs confirmed the infection was spreading. Its poison surged through her veins with such momentum that she could feel its sting in the current of her pulse. Unrelenting pain seared every cell, and she struggled to maintain focus, despite the fever raging in her blood.”…

“An edge-of-your-seat, savor-every-word, page-turner!” – Lack of Candor: Carson Reno Mystery Series Book 18 by Gerald W. Darnell

All Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order. It’s spring 1962 and a Sergeant with the Memphis Police Department is found dead only hours before his scheduled testimony before a grand jury. Was it suicide or was it murder? What was he going…

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