The Camp

By Greg Hair / Genre: Historical Fiction / Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (41 reviews)

The Camp

Karl Engel is a rising star among Nazi guards at a concentration camp. Making a name for himself through his brutality and impassioned hatred of all things Jewish, the arrival of new prisoners forces him to begin to question everything he’s ever known. In a place known for despair, death, and hate, is it possible to find hope, life, and love? In Poland, 1943, the most profound discovery that Karl will make in The Camp—is himself.

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The other book(s) of The Camp series:
Exodus (The Camp)

Dance With Me (The Everetts of Tyler)

By Hayden Braeburn / Genre: Contemporary, Romance / Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (22 reviews)

Dance With Me (Series Introduction/Romantic Suspense) (The Everetts of Tyler)

Champion ballroom dancer Katerina Nemecek pushed the love of her life away when he offered to save her studio from foreclosure. She loved him despite the secrecy surrounding their relationship, but she refused to take advantage of him or his wealth.

Mason Everett wants nothing more than to share his life, his family, and his fortune with Kat, but keeping her a secret was the only way he could keep her safe. He’d rather hide her away than chance losing her.

When Kat and Mason’s relationship finally goes public, it sets in motion a plan to keep them apart. Can they survive the firestorm to dance together forever?

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MUSE (Shelby Hammond Muse Prophecy)

By Susie M. Hanley / Genre: Contemporary, Fantasy / Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (43 reviews)

MUSE (Shelby Hammond Muse Prophecy)

In a world not unlike ours, Muses and their Guardians have walked alongside humankind since the beginning of time. From birth Muses assume they are just like everyone else. Not until their twenty-fifth birthdays do they discover their talents have a special purpose, and that Guardians, with their superhuman abilities, will help them in that purpose whether they want that help or not.

Shelby has worked hard to make a life for herself. Her parents died when she was young, and her husband left her with two kids. When her ex-husband comes back to town, he has more to say than just “I’m sorry”: he’s a Guardian, and his new assignment is her. She is a Muse now, one coming into her own no matter how hard she fights it, and trouble stalks her wherever she goes. Her ex-husband can’t keep up and, with their history, she doesn’t want him to. To complicate matters, there’s another Guardian around when she needs help, and they are falling for each other. He has a dark past that’s trying to reclaim him, and Shelby is in the way. But she has to accept her Museness and figure out fast what being a Muse really means if she is to keep herself and her children alive.

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The Man Who Ended the World

By Jason Gurley / Genre: High Tech, Science Fiction / Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars (44 reviews)

The Man Who Ended the World

When Steven Glass’s third grade teacher asked his class what they wanted to be when they grew up, Steven’s classmates shouted the usual answers: “A fireman!” “A teacher!” “The President!” When his turn came, Steven said, “When I grow up I’m going to be the last man on Earth.”

Warning signs don’t come much clearer than that.

Nearly thirty years later, Steven Glass is a billionaire. Surrounded by groupies, yes-men, investment opportunities and glamour, all Steven really wants is to be alone.

Really, really alone.

In secret, Steven builds a personal sanctuary nearly a mile underground. He vanishes from public life, goes off the grid. He’s finally alone. Well, except for an artificial intelligence companion named after the only girl he ever loved.

There, Steven plays video games, heckles the news, and waits for the apocalypse. When the end doesn’t come soon enough, Steven goes to work. He still has billions of dollars to spend — and there must be something he can do to accelerate the coming storm.

Wrestling with his own destiny, unaware of the young stowaways who have discovered his underground paradise, and battling his duplicitous A.I. companion at every turn, Steven Glass struggles to create the reality he has always hoped for — at the expense of the future of every single living human being on Earth…

Unless a pair of eleven-year-old children can stop him and save the world, that is.

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Feels Like the First Time: A True Love Story

By Shawn Inmon / Genre: Biographies & Memoirs / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (231 reviews)

Feels Like the First Time: A True Love Story

1975: Shawn meets Dawn, his one true love, when she moves into the vacant house next door. Many people spend their life searching in vain for happiness, but he was lucky; finding it at the tender age of fifteen.
1979: Shawn and Dawn are forbidden to see each other. Feeling he is harming her by being in her life, Shawn walks away from the love of his life, apparently forever.
2006: after decades of sadness and mourning the girl that got away, Shawn has a chance meeting with Dawn that might change his life forever… again. Can the sweet bond of first love not only survive, but flourish?
Feels Like the First Time helps you remember what it was like to come of age and fall in love in small town America in the 1970?s. No matter how much the world changes, some things, like timeless music, high school dances, making out in the backseat of a Chevy Vega, and of course true love, will always remain the same.

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Scottish Rite (A Maggie Devereaux Mystery, #1)

By Stephen Penner / Genre: Mystery & Thrillers / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars (43 reviews)

Scottish Rite (A Maggie Devereaux Mystery, #1)

PARANORMAL MURDER MYSTERY, SET IN THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS. American graduate student Maggie Devereaux fulfills a life-long dream when she travels to Scotland to study abroad. Her dream turns to a nightmare, however, when a serial killer begins murdering women at the school. When Maggie discovers a lost book of Highland magic, she grows convinced the killer is following an ancient rite for summoning a demon. Maggie will have to open her mind to the possibility that the magic in the spellbook is real… because the magic may be the only thing that can save her from becoming the killer’s next victim.

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The other book(s) of A Maggie Devereaux Mystery series:
Blood Rite (A Maggie Devereaux Mystery, #2) Highland Fling (A Maggie Devereaux Short Story, Mystery #1.5)

Who’s Under The Bed? (Goodnight & Bedtime Children’s Books Collection)

By Ally Nathaniel / Genre: Children’s Fiction, Children’s eBooks, / Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (34 reviews)

Bedtime Children's Ebook About Monsters :

Is there anything scarier than something different and/or unknown?
This adorable and fun children’s pictures Ebook will help your child process their fear of monsters by using a reversal role play and humor. children at ages 4-8 and their parents would love this book.

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