Sweetened With a Kiss (Self Made Men…Southern Style 1)

By Lexxi Callahan / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (28 reviews)

Sweetened With a Kiss (Self Made Men...Southern Style 1)

Jen Taylor has loved Stefan Sellers all her life. When he surprised her with an engagement ring, she thought all her dreams were coming true. But when she discovers Stefan has an agenda that she never even suspected, she breaks off the engagement and goes to pastry school in Paris. Now she’s back in New Orleans, and she has no intention of marrying him for all the wrong reasons. She just has to convince him that marriage is a bad idea. If only she wasn’t having so much trouble convincing herself.

Stefan Sellers has waited years to make Jen his wife so when she wanted to go to pastry school, he decided a few more months wouldn’t matter. But six months later, the girl he picks up from the airport shows very little resemblance to the quiet, sweet girl he let fly away from him. The girl that came back from Paris is wearing five inch stilettos and waving an attitude that is laying waste to everything Stefan ever thought he knew about Jen. His calm, methodical approach to life is suddenly under siege and he can’t seem to keep his hands off her.

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Bleeding Heart

By Amber Stokes / Genre: Romance, Religious Fiction / Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (18 reviews)

Bleeding Heart

Five bleeding hearts. One profound journey.

Summer 1886

Sally Clay’s livelihood has been snatched away, but in its place arises an opportunity to escape from her sordid past and an unrelenting, unwanted suitor. Boarding a train with a heartsick rancher and an enigmatic miner, she leaves Virginia City behind and heads to Northern California, waiting for the chance to make right what went wrong three long years before.

But the road to revenge is far from smooth. Sally soon learns that the jagged pieces of a broken heart can far too easily wound the hearts of others – and hers isn’t the only heart that’s broken. Tragedy and fear dog her steps as she flees from the redwood forests to the high desert and back again. Will her bleeding heart ever find a way and a place to heal?

A desperate soiled dove. Three men who come to care for her. One man determined to claim her.

All on a journey that will show them what true love really involves.

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The Binding Stone (The Djinn Series)

By Lisa Gail Green / Genre: Paranormal & Urban, Fantasy / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (16 reviews)

The Binding Stone (The Djinn Series)

Tricked into slavery by the man she loved, the Djinni Leela has an eternity to regret her choices.

Awakened in the prison of her adolescent body, she finds a new master in possession of the opal that binds her. But seventeen-year-old Jered is unlike any she’s seen. His kindness makes Leela yearn to trust again, to allow herself a glimmer of hope.

Could Jered be strong enough to free her from the curse of the Binding Stone?

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Down This Road

By Kelli Dawn / Genre: Romance / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (21 reviews)

Down This Road

They say you can never go home, and for high-powered Chicago attorney Charlie McIntire, that is perfectly fine. She left home the day she turned 18 and never planned to return…but at 29, she finds herself running back to the ranch, the only place she can think of that will help her face an unexpected turn of events. Charlie tries to settle back into the quiet pace of country living, unsure of everything except the fact that she still hates shoveling manure. Life on the ranch is uneventful, and without the distractions of the city, Charlie is forced to deal with things she’d rather avoid: what she’s going to do with the rest of her life; the unfinished business between her and an ex-boyfriend; and most of all, the event that will change her life forever.
Down This Road chronicles Charlie’s journey of self-discovery. It explores how the past shapes the present; how difficult it can be to change patterns of behavior; and how sometimes, learning your lesson might come just a little too late.

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A Life Worth Reading: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

By Higher Read / Genre: Biographies & Memoirs / Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (27 reviews)

A Life Worth Reading: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy is an American legend. In his short term in office he accomplished more than many politicians do in a long lifetime of public service. JFK’s story is also an American tragedy. His untimely death and the image of his grieving widow, indeed his grieving country, touches even the hearts of Americans who were not yet born when he was assassinated.
For these reasons and more we continue to learn about and study this celebrated American president. And the best way to learn is with Higher Read’s guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This factual, concise, and easy-to-read book highlights important milestones in JFK’s life. From his influential parentage and early life to his early political career to his presidency and lasting influence on his country, this guide will give you all you need to know to be well informed on our 35th president.

This guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy skips the speculation, conspiracy, and poorly-documented scandals that often pervade biographies of Jack Kennedy and focuses on the kind of facts you want to know. Devoid also of the stodgy tones of other accounts, this book is a breeze to read.

So sit down, read more, and know more about the man who saved a fellow soldier’s life, started the Peace Corps, and broke down religious and racial barriers for himself and others. After reading Higher Read’s guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy you will certainly agree that this is a man worth knowing about.

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Breakfast Mug Menus: Quick & Easy Meals for Everyone

By K.H. Gardner / Genre: Breakfast, Meals, Cookbooks / Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (20 reviews)

Breakfast Mug Menus: Quick & Easy Meals for Everyone

There’s almost nothing more fun than making elaborate meals with nothing more than a mug, the occasional mixing bowl and a good old-fashioned microwave oven!

These recipes are mouth-watering, delicious and simple to make. The breakfast mug is a great way to bring the most important meal of the day to your entire family without having to stress over preparation and cooking times. The best part is that these recipes can all be tweaked to suit your taste buds!

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The Littlest Fairy ( A Gorgeous Illustrated Children’s Picture Ebook for Ages 3-8)

By Michael Yu / Genre: Dragons, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Children’s eBooks / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (38 reviews)

The Littlest Fairy ( A Gorgeous Illustrated Children's Picture Ebook for Ages 3-8)

Selena is the littlest fairy. Tired of always being last among the fairies, she leaves Amdyth Forest in search of a new home. She travels through many enchanted lands, encountering fantastical creatures along the way.

Follow along as Selena searches for a new home in this fun and entertaining tale.

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