books

paranormal

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    twelfth moon (legend of the pantera - book 1) U.S. Marshal, Jonah Kincaid, has been trailing Cadence LaPorte for the murder of his brother and arrives at the scene of a lynching—Cadence's. Ironically, she's about to be hanged for a murder she didn't commit. Except Jonah thinks he’s been tracking a young boy. And Cadence has this itsy-bitsy little problem: The women in her family are shape-shifting panthers and once a year they’re compelled to mate with any male who happens to be in the vicinity—and become bound to him for life.

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    ba'cho (legend of the pantera - book 2) Ba'cho, his two brothers, Kara, and her sister, Jaelene, begin a journey as they join forces to vanquish an evil foe. COMING SOON...

time travel

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    whispers in time Gabriella Delacruz is about to find out that time-travel-by-ancient-stone-artifact is no joke, but an all-too-real mode of travel to another time and place. A whispered warning of a dark stranger, a dead fiancé, and the devilishly handsome Damon St. Tremaine, sixth Earl of Arrowood, are just a few of the things she must contend with in nineteenth-century England.

historical

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    kissing mr. bellamy Emily Templeton's uncle is dead, and a valuable Egyptian relic is missing. As the investigation of her uncle's murder progresses, so does the attraction between Emily and Mr. Bellamy. For the prim and proper Miss Emily Templeton, kissing Mr. Bellamy has become a most un-prim-like, improper obsession.

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    the devil rogue In a moment of desperation, Angela Hopkins agrees to a scandalous bargain with a man she’s never met. Ian Moreland, the Viscount Blackridge, has a reputation as a dangerous man, and also happens to be one of the most notorious rakes in London. He becomes suspicious following the mysterious death of a close friend, and vows to take revenge on the ones he believes responsible: The Baron Eberly, and his beautiful pampered daughter, Miss Angela Hopkins.

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    SUNDAY ARMAGEDDON BRING LUNCH! My grandmother, Lillian Lyman Morningstar, was a little girl growing up in the early 1900s. It is a Victorian time when the Gibson Girl figure was fashionable, trolley cars and horse-drawn buggies were the mode of transportation, mustard plasters, Monarch oil, and Sloan’s liniment were routine home remedies, and Fels-Naptha soap was a household name.

  • A pastor’s daughter, this is a tale about how Lillian’s family endures life, strange events, and unforeseen obstacles through their faith in God, perseverance, and solidarity, finding joy as they navigate through their daily lives. It is a refreshing testament of how faith in God and faith in each other can lift us up, give hope for the future, and inspire optimism when things seem to be at their worst.