The Seven Steps to Closure

By Donna Joy Usher / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (103 reviews)

The Seven Steps to Closure

Tara Babcock awakes the morning after her 30th birthday with a hangover that could kill an elephant – and the knowledge she is still no closer to achieving closure on her marriage breakup. Things go from bad to worse when she discovers that, not only is her ex-husband engaged to her cousin – Tash, the woman he left her for – but that Jake is also running for Lord Mayor of Sydney.
Desperate to leave the destructive relationship behind and with nothing to lose, she decides- with encouragement from her three best friends – to follow the dubious advice from a magazine article, Closure in Seven Easy Steps.
The Seven Steps to Closure follows Tara on her sometimes disastrous- always hilarious – path to achieve the seemingly impossible.
A credible and amazingly touching debut novel from Donna Joy Usher, this is a solid, light-hearted and honest read with plenty of laughs.

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Bittersweet

By Noelle Adams / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars (44 reviews)

Bittersweet

As a widow at twenty-six, Zoe isn’t looking for love. She’s just looking for the energy to get through the next day and take care of her infant son. She might have to deal with Adam, her husband’s cousin and business partner, but she doesn’t have to like it. She doesn’t have to like him.

But he just won’t go away.

Adam knows that Zoe needs time and space to heal, so he resolves to be a friend and help her when he can. He wants to do the right thing. He doesn’t want to act on feelings he shouldn’t have for her.

But they just won’t go away.

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Brownie Points

By Jennifer Coburn / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars (80 reviews)

Brownie Points

Sometimes that’s the way the Thin Mints crumble…

When Lisa Taylor and her family move from San Francisco to the suburban paradise of Los Corderos, they know their family won’t fit in perfectly. They’re the only interracial family in the neighborhood. Lisa is a snarky sculptor. And 13-year-old Logan is gay.

After Logan is repeatedly bullied at school, he finds his niche in an unusual place – his twin sister’s Girl Scout troop. When he tries to join, the organization refuses, so the boy sues for gender discrimination and sets off a firestorm of national media coverage. This only makes matters worse between the Logan and his father, a macho firefighter who is already struggling with his son’s sexual orientation.

Adding to the strife is Lisa’s increasing distaste for Junta Moms who wish each other “Namaste” while rigging school elections and stealing each other’s husbands.

Join the Taylors on their hilarious journey as they face the fight of their lives and,in the process, discover what it means to be a family.

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The Shipwreck

By Glynnis Campbell / Genre: Historical Romance, Romance / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (25 reviews)

The Shipwreck

When his wife and children die, Viking marauder Brandr has nothing left to live for, so he sails away on one final voyage. A storm at sea leaves him shipwrecked, alone, and barely alive on a foreign coastline. Along the Pictish shore, Avril, a warrior maid and the victim of a Viking berserker, banished from her ancestral home of Rivenloch to a seaside cottage, dreams of the day she’ll raise her sword, take back the castle that is rightfully hers, and find her half-Viking daughter a proper father. Discovering a broad-shouldered, fair-haired, broken castaway washed up on her beach among the wreckage of his longship, she takes him captive and binds him in chains. She refuses to be a Viking’s victim again…never imagining that soon her fiercest enemy will earn her trust, invade her heart, and enthrall her senses.

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Blur (Night Roamers)

By Kristen Middleton / Genre: Fantasy, Romance / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars (105 reviews)

Blur (Night Roamers)

Danger lurks in the dead of night…

Seventeen year old Nikki and her twin brother, Nathan, move to the small town of Shore Lake to start over after their mother is brutally attacked. When a missing teenager washes up on shore during their first night at the cabin and there are whispers of vampires in Shore Lake, Nikki begins to realize that there are things roaming in the darkness that are far more sinister than what they left behind in the city.

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The Red Cotton Fields

By Michael Strickland / Genre: Historical Fiction / Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars (86 reviews)

The Red Cotton Fields - newly edited edition

The Red Cotton Fields is a story written in the tradition of great historical epics. The story begins on a Georgia plantation in the year 1850, ending on the gold fields of Australia in the year 1884. This is a story surrounding three southern families (the plantation owners, the plantation overseer’s family and a Negro slave family) leading up to and including the Civil War. Readers will experience the demise of a southern plantation and follow two of the plantation’s previous occupants (Bart Royal, the white overseer’s son, and Reiner Washington, an escaped slave as they rise to become two of the richest men in the world. Also, The Red Cotton Fields is a classic love story between the plantation owner’s daughter, Holly Ballaster, and the overseer’s son,Bart Royal. The Red Cotton Fields is destined to become a classic. Read it and you will understand why.

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Life’s a Beach Then You Die

By Falafel Jones / Genre: Humor / Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars (72 reviews)

Life's a Beach Then You Die

Max Fried is a former computer forensic examiner who devotes his time to swimming, drinking and bathing in the hot Florida sun, but today… it’s a real killer. A murderer is coming his way.

When a smooth-talking lawyer persuades Max to find a deceased client’s estate assets, Max takes the job, thinking it will be a snooze. Instead, an old killer with a new identity breaks into his home and steals the client’s computer.

Max doesn’t know the computer contains clues to a 20 year-old murder but then, the murdering thief doesn’t know Max stored a copy of the stolen computer on his iPod. Too bad for the bad guy, the copy contains evidence that could get him the death penalty.

Now, Max is the last one alive who knows why people are dying. If he can outwit the killer, he can return to his bar stool on the beach. If not, he’ll be victim number five.

Third edition: Reedited and includes free excerpt from The Kewpie Killer.

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Kingmaking: Book One of the Pendragon’s Banner Trilogy

By Helen Hollick / Genre: Literary Fiction / Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars (54 reviews)

Kingmaking: Book One of the Pendragon's Banner Trilogy

Who was THE MAN

Who became THE LEGEND

We know as KING ARTHUR?

“You are the Pendragon, rightful Lord of Dumnonia and the Summer Land; Lord of less Britain. By all that is right, you ought be seated where Vortigern sits…You ought to be King.”
Here lies the truth of the Lord of the Summer Land.

This is the tale of Arthur flesh and bone. Of the shaping of the man, both courageous and flawed, into the celebrated ruler who inspired armies, who captured Gwenhyfar’s heart, and who emerged as the hero of the Dark Ages and the most enduring hero of all time.

This is the unexpected story of the making of a king — the legend who united all of Britain.

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The Girl Who Got Out of Bed

By Betsy Childs / Genre: Bedtime & Dreaming, Children’s eBooks / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (17 reviews)

The Girl Who Got Out of Bed

Shirley is a little girl who keeps thinking of reasons to get out of bed. But once she learns the secret to make morning time come, she can’t wait for bedtime to roll around again. Beautifully written and illustrated by the creators of The Boy Who Cried Over Everything, this story is sure to become a favorite with parents and children alike.

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Fruit Is Not Dessert: Rich Low-Calorie Desserts

By Joan Holcomb / Genre: Desserts, Baking, Cookbooks / Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (22 reviews)

Fruit Is Not Dessert: Rich Low-Calorie Desserts (Scrumptious Low-Calorie Recipes Cookbook)

Want to save calories on dessert? Tired of people saying, “have a piece of fruit for dessert?” Then this cookbook is for you! It contains recipes for cakes, pies, pudding desserts, and much more! Why settle for a piece of fruit for dessert when you can have much more?

Important note: the intended audience for this cookbook includes those who are looking for lower-fat, lesser-calorie alternatives to full-calorie foods. Those on an extremely calorie-restricted diet (1000 calories per day or less) or those on a low-carb diet may—or may not—find the recipes useful or applicable to them.

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