We are highlighting two exciting New Book Releases for April 2015 from our New Book Releases List (click to see all the new releases). If you are looking for something new to read this is a great place to start.
Science Fiction. Time Travel. Military
It’s 2034 in Europe.
Romatel engineers experiment with a quantum-state communication system, discovering that it can transport things–even people–through time.
Ex-Special Forces Medic, Peter Murphy, explores the near future, finding imminent disaster threatening the future of all Europe, a disaster stemming from the distant past.
Peter and nurse Linda Swanson insert into into ancient Rome, trying to avoid future disaster by modifying the chaos of the falling Roman Empire. Read more on Amazon.
A Romantic Comedy
In Cinderella Blue, a Romantic Comedy, Love means never having to say, “You’re under arrest.”
Too bad, because Detective Andrea Luft–Andie to her friends–loves those 3 little words–especially when she’s saying them to a “bad guy” who SO deserves it. Like the thief stealing designer wedding gowns from San Antonio bridal boutiques.
Andie is an undercover bride about to make an arrest when Detective Bruce Benton barges onto the scene. The suspect escapes, and, as a reward for this screw-up, Benton and Andie are paired together as partners to close the case.
On the surface, this mismatched duo appear to have only one thing in common: their tendency to annoy each other. Underneath though, desire sizzles. Is it just a matter of time before these two commitment-phobic cops yield to the inevitable?
Cinderella Blue, Book 2, San Antone Two-Step, by Joan Reeves, Bestselling Author of Contemporary Romance.
Previously print published, this ebook edition contains a Linked Table of Contents; a Note from the Author; Joan’s Book List; Excerpt from Nobody’s Cinderella, Book 1 of San Antone Two-Step; Excerpt, April Fool Bride; and a Quotation Collection: Things Cops Say. Read more on Amazon.
Across The Pond by Michael McCormick is the story of a young American who fights in the Vietnam war for his country, only to be rejected when he comes home.
The author based the book on his personal experience during the Vietnam war.
Ron Kovic, author of Born On The Fourth of July wrote, “This book grips the reader from the very beginning and does not let go. It is written with the violence and fury of Leon Uris’s Battle Cry, and the tenderness and compassion of a simple poet. I believe it will be recognized as one of the important books to come out of that war. With this work, McCormick takes his place among the other important chroniclers of this period.”Read more on Amazon.