Spare Change

By Bette Lee Crosby / Genre: Family Saga / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars

Spare Change

“I highly recommend this book to those readers who haven’t already read it.”

In a story that’s been compared to John Grisham’s The Client, eleven year-old Ethan Allen Doyle has witnessed a brutal murder and now the boy is running for his life. In the time-tested tradition of Southern Fiction, Crosby unveils the darkest side of human nature and then rewards her readers with a beautiful tale of love, loss and unexpected gifts.

Olivia Westerly is the only person Ethan Allen can trust, and he’s not too sure he can trust her. She’s got no love of children and a truckload of superstitions–one of them is the belief that eleven is the unluckiest number on earth. Olivia avoided marriage for almost forty years. But when Charlie Doyle happened along, he was simply too wonderful to resist. Now she’s a widow with an eleven-year-old boy claiming to be her grandson.

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The Big 5-OH!

By Sandra D. Bricker / Genre: Religious Fiction / Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars

The Big 5-OH!

“Very funny, sweet romance, with a great cast of characters.”

Olivia Wallace has a birthday curse . . . or so she thinks. It was a broken heart on her 16th, a car accident on her 21st, pneumonia on her 30th, and a fall down a flight of stairs on her 35th. There were Ohio blizzards on her 38th, 39th, and 40th; and six days before her 45th, she lost the love of her life to a heart attack. Numbing grief stole that birthday and a couple more to follow and, on the morning of her 48th birthday, she received the call she’d dreaded ever since losing her mom so many years ago…she was diagnosed with stage-3 ovarian cancer. The doctors didn’t hold out a lot of hope, but Liv survived and maintained her faith. Months of surgeries and chemotherapy and radiation treatments followed.

But now, as her 50th birthday creeps up the icy Ohio path toward her, her hair has grown back, her energy level is up, and she is officially cancer free. It makes her nervous. After everything she’s gone through, Liv hates the idea of driving on icy roads and returning to work as an O.R. nurse in a local Cincinnati hospital.

Her best friend Hallie knows just the thing to break Liv out of the winter doldrums, while providing a safe haven of warmth, sunshine, and a time to regroup: a holiday in the Florida sunshine!

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The Earth Painter

By Melissa Turner Lee / Genre: Romance / Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars

The Earth Painter

“The beginning of a new story : The way the book ended just left me wanting for more.”

When a self-conscious young woman discovers the boy in drama class is actually the immortal who painted the world into being, she becomes the target of another painter who hates humanity. The Earth Painter is a Young Adult Supernatural Romance set in the small mill town of Chesnee, SC. It revolves around Holly Scruggs, who’s family has just moved back to Chesnee after her dad lost his job along with pretty much everything they owned. Her image conscious parents correct her to the point of brokenness until she meets Theo. He is the artist responsible for all the beauty of the land and he thinks Holly is beautiful too. Together they will fight against Fritz, the water painter who hates humans and is hiding a secret under the high school.

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When You Come Home

By Nancy Pitts / Genre: History / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

When You Come Home

“Well written, with threads that draw you into a time and place that seem to be lost in our Country.”

The war claimed Daphne Kelley’s young husband’s life, but it couldn’t keep Raymond – and his abiding love – from being with her when she needed him most.

First glimpsed in Tom Brokaw’s landmark bestseller, The Greatest Generation, the true-life love story of Daphne and Raymond Kelley went far deeper than Brokaw’s feature could reveal. Now When You Come Home provides the complete account of what New York Times book reviewer Michael Lind cited as “perhaps the most compelling” love story in Brokaw’s book.

Taking its title from a poem newlywed Daphne sent her soldier husband during World War II, When You Come Home tells of their young love in the heartland at the brink of war, and of the crushing uncertainty and fear as they find themselves a world apart. And when the poem comes back to Daphne – blood-stained by Raymond’s mortal wounds – When You Come Home shares the extraordinary event that restores the grieving young widow’s faith in the transcendent power of love.

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Indentured

By Scott McElhaney / Genre: Science Fiction / Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars

Indentured

“The story provided good twists along the way and kept going at a very nice, fast pace.”

In this first installment of the Mystic Saga, McElhaney’s newest serial of science-fiction suspense, we meet Declan Stringfellow ~ a man single-handedly taking out his revenge on the organized crime ring in Richland. The cards seem to be dealt in his favor until a car accident lands him in the hospital.

But don’t close your eyes for a second…

In the blink of an eye, he goes from being in a hospital MRI scanner to being aboard a Colonial Establishment Cruiser 300 years in the future. He wakes up in a different body, and it’s the identical body as 21 other people who all find themselves equally as confused.

How did they all get here and where are they going?

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We All Married Idiots

By Elaine W. Miller / Genre: Advice & How-to / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

We All Married Idiots

“Your marriage will only be stronger after you read this book when you apply the principles discussed and expanded on.”

I married an idiot and so did my spouse. The word, “idiot” is derived from the Greek word meaning “common man.” Aren’t we all common man? In fact, there is only One who was uncommon man–Jesus Christ. Elaine W. Miller encourages couples to keep their eyes fixed on Jesus and run a marriage marathon like an idiot, but not like a fool. An idiot may stumble or fall, but a fool runs the wrong way.

We All Married Idiots teaches husbands and wives to stop concentrating on the three things you will never change in your marriage and begin focusing on the ten things you can. Then, you will esteem your mate as a gift to treasure, not as an idiot to tolerate.

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Why you’re fat – A complete guide to the ketogenic diet

By Norman Craiger / Genre: Advice & How-to / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Why you're fat - A complete guide to the ketogenic diet

“I highly recommend this to anyone in dire need of weight loss.”

Can you really get fit without hard exercise and eating like a health freak? Dr. Norman L. Craiger , best-selling author and weight loss guru proves you can in his new book, Why you’re fat : A complete guide to the ketogenic diet. And, believe it or not, you can lose this weight while eating some of the most satisfying foods on the planet. It’s short and to the point. No useless filler like most weight loss books, this book you can read in less than 20 minutes… And it is perfect for people who do not have all day to exercise. In fact, on this diet no exercise is required… AT ALL!

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