Wildchilds

By Eugenia Melian

Wildchilds by Eugenia Melian is the story of a woman who is forced to confront her past if she wants her future to be happy with her daughter. Iris rebuilt her life as a sculptor and left her past behind in Paris. Living in California...

The Family Gift

By Obelia Akanke

Life has a way of getting out of control. Family commitments, bills, taxes, and then the unexpected happens that sets one back even more. Ethel had been looking after her granddaughters since their parents had died tragically in an accident. While she was working, there...

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Finding Edward

Save Me, Book 3
By Suzanne McKenna Link

Finding Edward: Save Me, Book 3 is a new adult contemporary fiction novel written by Suzanne McKenna Link. Eddie Rudack was not altogether comfortable with the current upheaval of his life. He had been living in his family’s rental home with his brother, Ray, ever...

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The Emperor's Assassin

By Autumn Bardot

In The Emperor’s Assassin by Autumn Bardot, Locusta of Gaul had greater plans for herself than those placed in the path by the Faiths. The daughter of a vintner, she will marry a man chosen by her father and aunt. However, after a brutal attack...

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Dak Ackerthefifth and the Ethics of Heroism

By Joshua S Joseph

Dak Ackerthefifth and the Ethics of Heroism is a work of fiction penned in the literary style by Joshua S. Joseph. Written for mature readers due to the presence of some adult language and situations, this thought-provoking novel plays on the themes of existentialism and...

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A Child Left Behind

By Phil Hutcheon

A Child Left Behind by Phil Hutcheon is a contemporary urban political story that revolves around the central plot of a newborn who has been left in the bathroom of a diner in Stockton, California. The novel is formatted into vignettes, each narrated in a...

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Cet for Life--Book One

The Oxycodone Blues
By B. Alexander Owen

Cet For Life – Book One: The Oxycodone Blues by B. Alexander Owen is a deep dive into the mind and world of an opiate abuser. Now in his fifties, Steve (or Stiv as he prefers to be called) is a product of the Seventies...

Boundaries

Scope of Practice Book One
By Jessica Aiken-Hall

Novels based on childhood abuse have a special place in my heart, particularly if the victims manage to eventually put their pasts behind them and use their experience to help others. Jessica Aiken-Hall, the author of Boundaries, is one such survivor. I remember reading and...

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Gilded Dreams

The Journey to Suffrage
By Donna Russo Morin

Imagine what it would feel like to have no rights. To be completely under the control of your husband and male-dominated society, not even having the right to inherit if you were born female. Ginevra and Pearl, two women raising families in 1912, know too...

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The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone

By Michael Brown

In The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone by Michael Brown, the year is 1649 and Oliver Cromwell's merciless army has descended on Ireland, massacring people along their way. Meanwhile, in Dublin, young heiress Nora dreams of a future full of adventure. As the army...

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