Forsaken Dreams (Escape to Paradise)

By MaryLu Tyndall / Genre: Romance, Religious Fiction / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (45 reviews)

Forsaken Dreams (Escape to Paradise)

Embark on a seafaring adventure in a brand-new series from bestselling author MaryLu Tyndall….They left everything behind to build a new Southern utopia. . ..After witnessing the death and destruction caused by the Civil War, Colonel Blake Wallace is eager to leave his once precious Southern homeland for the pristine shores of Brazil and the prospect of a new utopian community. Widow Eliza Crawford seeks passage on Wallace’s ship harboring a dirty secret—and a blossoming hope for a fresh start. But once the voyage begins, troubles abound. Dangers at sea and enemies from within threaten to keep Blake and Eliza from the new life—and love—they long for.


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Pink Slips and Glass Slippers

By J.P. Hansen / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars (184 reviews)

Pink Slips and Glass Slippers

Brooke Hart was beautiful, smart, and groomed from birth to deal with adversity.

Her widowed father did his best to raise his baby girl to be a strong-minded business woman. Then she found Tanner. Just when her world seemed perfect, everything turned upside down. Following Tanner’s tragic death, Brooke joins a start-up company that is developing a cure for the disease that killed the love of her life. Just before the treatment is ready to market, the company is gobbled up by a giant conglomerate. She moves to the acquiring company as its youngest VP and becomes enamored with CEO Chase Allman—only to be betrayed by him. Brooke rebounds again and sets out on a personal journey to discover what will truly make her happy. Sparks fly when she and Chase cross paths again in an unlikely way. Now, they need each other to find an abducted child and save thousands of people.

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Kicking Eternity

By Ann Lee Miller / Genre: Romance, Religious Fiction / Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (124 reviews)

Kicking Eternity

Stuck in sleepy New Smyrna Beach one last summer, Raine socks away her camp pay checks, worries about her druggy brother, and ignores trouble: Cal Koomer. She’s a plane ticket away from teaching orphans in Africa, and not even Cal’s surfer six-pack and the chinks she spies in his rebel armor will derail her.

The artist in Cal begs to paint Raine’s ivory skin, high cheek bones, and internal sparklers behind her eyes, but falling for her would caterwaul him into his parents’ life. No thanks. The girl was self-righteous waiting to happen. Mom served sanctimony like vegetables, three servings a day, and he had a gut full.

Rec Director Drew taunts her with “Rainey” and calls her an enabler. He is so infernally there like a horsefly—till he buzzes back to his ex.

Raine’s brother tweaks. Her dream of Africa dies small deaths. Will she figure out what to fight for and what to free before it’s too late?

For anyone who’s ever wrestled with her dreams.

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Devil’s Plaything

By Matt Richtel / Genre: Mystery & Thrillers / Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars (67 reviews)

Devil's Plaything

“Smart, captivating, sophisticated; I can’t say enough about this deftly told story.”
—Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Emperor’s Tomb

“A brilliant thriller that defies genre and scope; a twisted blend of Michael Crichton and Alfred Hitchcock.”
—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of Altar of Eden

A Pulitzer Prize winner for Journalism in 2010, New York Times science reporter Matt Richtel delivers a phenomenal “neuro-tech” thriller about a dark and insidious plot to reengineer the human brain. Devil’s Plaything is smart, fast, and terrifyingly plausible—a page-turner of the first order from the critically acclaimed author of Hooked, whom author David Liss (The Devil’s Company) calls, “The absolute master of crafting amazing fiction around cutting edge science.”

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Firecracker

By Charles R. Verhey / Genre: Contemporary, Fantasy / Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (41 reviews)

Firecracker

A team of eccentric psychics who assist local authorities with difficult cases has reluctantly hired Aideen Cassidy, a timid pyrokinetic who has managed to accidentally burn to rubble every building she’s ever worked in. “It takes some real power and talent to melt a slushy machine.” Now, after months of scraping by on the last of her savings and spending every day terrified of her own gifts, she’s being given the chance to prove her worth. To be accepted for who and what she is.

But there’s more happening behind the scenes than anyone realizes, and Aideen soon finds herself caught in a conspiracy of evil monsters and dangerous assassins that dates back over six hundred years.

All she wanted to do was fit in. Now the lives of her new friends depend on her talents for fiery destruction…

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Seven Patients

By Atul Kumar / Genre: Medical, Mystery & Thrillers / Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars (109 reviews)

Seven Patients

Getting into medical school was easy. The hard part was staying out of jail.

Third year medical student Raj Mok is excited about starting his clinical rotations. Finally, he’ll be taking care of real patients instead of just reading about diagnoses and treatments in his countless medical tomes. Unfortunately, Raj quickly learns that patients don’t behave like his beloved books led him to believe.

The death of his very first patient is a shock. She never even had a chance at life.

Raj’s second patient, Duane—a young professional—enters the hospital with a benign kidney condition, but only one person knows the truth about why he never left. Meanwhile his third patient, a crotchety nonagenarian who happens to be Duane’s neighbor, leaves the hospital just as she arrived, only with a few new stents after her third heart attack. Proving bad things happen to good people in medicine.

Discouraged and contemplating a change in careers, Raj is elated when his fourth patient, a surgeon himself, defeats cancer thanks to a heroic operation. While his career as a surgeon is over, his quality of life reaches new heights.

When his sixth patient destroys the life of his love interest, Raj quickly learns that doctors make very good executioners; the autopsy even confirms no signs of foul play.

Patients five and seven … you just have to read about them to believe it.

The most outrageous patients of the year teach Raj that medicine isn’t always about healing and that killing isn’t always murder.

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Nightmare Along the River Nile: A Story of Twentieth Century Slavery

By Suzanna E. Nelson / Genre: Political, Historical Fiction / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (31 reviews)

Nightmare Along the River Nile: A Story of Twentieth Century Slavery

Edgar is on his way home to visit his mother after finishing high school exams, when his bus is ambushed by the rebels belonging to the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Along with other passengers, most of whom are students, Edgar is abducted and taken to the LRA headquarters deep in the mountains of southern Sudan. He finds himself caught up in a nightmare he never imagined possible. His life is changed forever.

Edgar’s friends learn of his fate and embark on a very challenging and unpredictable rescue mission full of twists and turns. Can they find the strength to continue the difficult search? Can Edgar’s faith sustain him long enough to escape the hell he is in? Find out in this compelling narrative about a young man and his faithful friends whose story will remain with you for quite some time.

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Dollhouse (The Dollhouse Trilogy)

By Anya Allyn / Genre: Dark Fantasy, Horror / Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (88 reviews)

Dollhouse (The Dollhouse Trilogy)

A slow-burn nightmare, a world of supernatural darkness and strange secrets.
Six months ago, fifteen-year-old Cassie Claiborne reluctantly moved from her home in Florida with her social worker mom. In her new home–a remote, mountainous Australian town, Cassie meets new friends–Aisha Dumaj, Ethan McAllister and Lacey Dougherty.
For the first time, Cassie falls in love. The only problem is that the boy she falls for is her friend, Ethan–and he and Aisha are already an item. When Cassie goes on a school hike to Devils Hole with her new friends, she tries desperately to keep her feelings for Ethan secret.

Aisha disappears on the hike without a trace–with the police believing she was murdered.

When Cassie, Ethan and Lacey return to the mountains to search for Aisha–Cassie begins to realize she never really knew any of her friends. Everyone has their own secrets. She discovers the stranger lurking inside everyone she thought she knew.

The darkest secret of all waits beneath the old mansion in the mountains–a secret from which there is no escape….

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The other book(s) of The Dollhouse series:
Paper Dolls (The Dollhouse Trilogy #2)


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