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“Each book is better than the last” – Moved By You by Trish Edmisten

#romanceauthor #contemporary romance #romancewriter #newadultromance Cooper Mitchell isn’t what most men expect. Most men see his silver hair and dressed up dog and assume he’s a sassy little bottom. Cooper may be sassy, but he’s nobody’s bottom boy. That’s just fine with Roger Nice. All it takes is one look and Roger knows Cooper is…

“It’s a very thrilling story and I loved how unexpected the ending was.” – The Binding (Unexpected Magic Book 1) by Samantha Jacobey

#LavishPubs?#LavishLoves?#Paranormal?#Suspense?#SweetLoveStory One cursed diary will change two strangers forever…Merideth Monroe was born to a wealthy politician; luxury was her middle name. The happiest childhood, the finest schools, and landing her dream career; her future couldn’t have been brighter. She didn’t care that her mother wanted a different path for her; but when her mother is murdered, and…

Riley Gets Into Predicaments: A Granny Pants Story (The Long and Little Doggie Book 2) by Pamela Ackerson

#ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr Children?will enjoy reading and hearing about the silly antics of a puppy still learning how to be a good listener. This story is about Riley, a cute, little, rescue puppy who gets into all sorts of predicaments. Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

“This is a delightful story about friendship and lessons learned while growing up” – Shadow’s Unexpected Adventure by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Adrienne Anderson

Shadow, a redwing blackbird, and Bright, a bluebird, were best friends. The two were always swapping stories about their exciting adventures while they were apart during the winter season. All too soon, the weather would turn cool and the two birds would realize that their fun times were coming to a close for a few…

“A fabulous haunted short story.” – The House That Hid: A True Ghost Story by Marta Moran Bishop

A short story.One hot summer evening in Chicago, we went on a Ghost tour on Lake Michigan. Afterward, we were invited back to Mike’s house which was once owned by Al Capone and was haunted. This is the story of my experience in the house that hid, for that house did not care for unexpected…

“Excellent easy to read story about recovering from traumatic experiences.” – Beyond Duty (Love on the Double Book 2) by L.A. Remenicky

#Hoosierauthor #FairfieldCorners After serving in the Marine Corps, Jessie Monroe has finally found a life beyond war. He’s focused on being an EMT and helping his best friend rescue dogs until he happens upon a curvy blonde stranded with a flat tire and no jack.On the run from her past, Dori Graham is slow to…

“Griffin learns more about his powers and learns to control them, but not without a major problem.” – 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.S 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…

“I absolutely adore the artists pictures” – Peaceful Pictures To Color by Judy Mastrangelo

This coloring book, PEACEFUL PICTURES to COLOR. is part of a series of Greyscale Coloring Books entitled Joyful Art Coloring. It is created by world-renowned Artist Judy Mastrangelo, for every age and level of coloring enthusiast. Within it are several delightful themes that you will enjoy coloring, such as FLOWERS, LANDSCAPES, ART DECO, WATERWAYS, BIRDS,…

“Will this woman, Miranda, survive the mysterious illness that has taken control of her body?” – Metamorphosis by Isabella MacLeod

Metamorphosis delves into the rather unusual life of Miranda Macleod, who has had a touch of the supernatural surrounding her since childhood. Miranda was leading a relatively normal life in an upper middle-class neighborhood as a mother, wife, and nurse. When her marriage begins to disintegrate, she becomes romantically involved with a mysterious American who…

“I think of all the books I have read by Darnell this one was the best!” – The Fingerprint Murders (Carson Reno Mystery Series Book 10) by Gerald W. Darnell

All Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.Someone is brutally murdering people in Memphis, and for unknown reasons, the killer wants Carson involved.They’re not just killing people, they’re removing the victim’s fingers and leaving strange clues everywhere. Carson becomes involved when the killer…

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