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by Lisa Volz
Not all romances begin with a fairytale. Some begin with a self-help book and a jam-stained tank top. Audra Carter is a practical woman. Falling in love with a man with no direction, like Ethan Lockwood, would take her out of her comfort zone, and she’s not sure she’s ready to invite change into her… [Read More]
100 reasons to leave, 1,000 reasons to stay When Rose married the love of her life she was expecting the perfect family life she’d always dreamed of, but before her first child was born her husband, Darren, changed. Almost overnight Rose’s life is turned upside down and the life she’d envisioned seemed like an impossible… [Read More]
by Vicky Adin
Why does a stranger hold the key to unlocking Katie’s family secrets? Continuing the family sagas of ‘Brigid The Girl from County Clare’ and ‘Gwenna the Welsh Confectioner’ 1903 Jane is the talented principal costumier at Auckland’s Opera House in its Edwardian heyday. She thrives in this place where she can hide from her pain… [Read More]
by DM Wolfenden
No one looks for pain, but some women seem to attract it. Jolie Winter’s and her cousin, Debbie are more than family, and when you have someone that close they can sometimes lead you astray. Debbie sets Jolie up on dates with some disastrous results. Then, Debbie, gets sick, and Jolie finds herself adrift, turning… [Read More]
For Every Child Born Someone Must Die The math is simple. The politics behind it are anything but… When Janice becomes pregnant, her life will be forfeit. Her only out is to find someone desperate enough to volunteer as a life donor. But the man who promises to save her has an agenda all his… [Read More]
Meet 16 more people who have the need to rid their closets of at least one skeleton… if not more. Some people are still living their confessions although they know it’s very unethical. Others will share how they were done wrong by the people they love and aren’t sure if they should reveal the information… [Read More]
A probing tale of an exile’s quest for a new self, Approaching Freedom follows Maria Nodarse’s journey from her arrival as a Cuban political refugee in 1960s America to her return to her native land in 1979. Nodarse is fifteen when her family settles in a white, middle-class New Jersey town. In Cuba she had… [Read More]
It’s Christmas Eve, and while Sara waits for her husband and son to arrive home to Blue Hydrangeas, their Cape Cod bed and breakfast, a blizzard threatens to close the bridges, stranding all travelers to and from the Cape. As she prepares for the holiday, a few unexpected visitors arrive at the inn, all sharing… [Read More]
Two little girls pepper their father with questions about whether or not they can be a profession and still be a princess. Motivated by her granddaughter’s fascination with all things ‘princess,’ Carole P. Roman penned this adorable poem celebrating all the wonderful possibilities waiting ahead for them.
by Fiza Pathan
Amina: The Silent One brings vividly to life the grim realities facing women in India today, the grinding, filthy poverty, and debasement with which most Indian women must contend in their daily lives. This book will shock you and rip your eyes open. Through the magic of fiction, it tells an awful truth in human… [Read More]
by Jan Porter
“It was difficult to tell what was lightning, air fire or ground fire. It seemed we were trying to navigate a sky filled with fireworks within the middle of a storm. The plane shuddered, losing altitude in a dive that was too steep and too fast. Concerned that the stalling engine’s fire and tail rip… [Read More]
When the love of your life leaves, where do you go? When thirty-something Liz McNeil is unexpectedly widowed, she has no idea what to do with her life. After the initial shock of her husband’s death wears off, she packs up her car and sets off on a tour of the country with Joe’s urn… [Read More]
When Cora Haworth’s sister was disowned after falling pregnant at fourteen Cora and her husband took action: they founded the Willows Maternity Sanitarium. Established in 1905, it became the Ritz of maternity homes, offering massage and spa treatments to anonymous girls who’d learned too late the consequences of sex in a society that repaid their… [Read More]
by Dave Riese
2016 Next Generation Indie Book Award: Winner in the General Fiction/Novel category Second Place Grand Prize Winner for all fiction books Montreal, 1951. Rebecca Wiseman, 18 years old, from a Catholic-Jewish family, lives with her parents in Outremont. At a local dance, she briefly meets a handsome young man, but has little hope of seeing him again…. [Read More]