15 Novellas. One Spin-tingling Collection. Dangerous Pursuits. Can you feel the chill?



Dangerous Pursuits
15 Stories From Today's Most Popular Mystery and Suspense Authors


Mysterious elements hidden in the details always take more time and effort to discover...



The Devil Is In The Details
Author LaKeisha LaKay


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Crazy. Nonsensical. Love. Torn between a childhood sweetheart and a best friend. Both men are hell-bent to have her. Who will she choose?



Chasing Series: Set One
Author Pamela Ann


Maggie Armstrong grew up with tales of border raids, but when her father takes her back four hundred years to his Scottish home, will she find her hero or be caught in a deadly feud?



Thunder On The Moor
Author Andrea Matthews


This book may save a child's life. Learn the warning signs of teen alcohol/drug use. "Powerful, poignant & honest." "A guide that is both informational & gripping" Goodreads Reviews



The Addicted Child
Author Richard Capriola


21 stories that will help you change your perception of life by Dr Suresh Adimulam



Rafting Through The Rapids Of Life!
Author Dr. Suresh Adimulam


Love. Chaos. Pure. Utter. Madness. A story about two orphans who made a pact. Star-crossed lovers both meant to shine. Add a hefty dose of jealousy and betrayal, it’s the ultimate recipe for disaster. Revenge…could it really be the sweetest of sins?



Unapologetic
Author Pamela Ann


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Science Fiction, First contact, Climate fiction

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When the President of the United States stands before thousands in Miami, Florida welcoming the world to the start of the Summer Olympic games, the global event is watched by uncounted millions. No one could’ve foreseen the astonishingly dramatic events that will play out before spectators and be televised throughout the world. Instead of the expected games, the high-speed approach of an object that eclipses the moon and soon lands less than a hundred feet from where the president is standing leaves those on the ground and television viewers around the world collectively spellbound. Hundreds of millions watch as an alien creature who calls himself a “Linesian” appears and after projecting an enormous image across the night sky visible to the entire western hemisphere, he takes all of humanity on a guided visual tour of its own future through the next ten thousand years and beyond. As this is happening, the President is strangely detached from the incredible events taking place before him, as if he had prior knowledge of it all. He doesn’t know that he’s being secretly investigated by members of his own government. A surreptitiously obtained brain scan revealing a tiny microchip embedded into his brain convince government officials that he’s engaged in espionage for a foreign power. The intrigue, conspiracy, and murder that follows happen within a span of thirty-two hours, the most eventful thirty-two hours in recorded human history.

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Are you frustrated as a parent? 

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Romance

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Part of: Doctors of Denver (8 Books)

Hot older man. Check!
Doctor with a sexy accent. Check!
College professor who knocks me up. Check!!!!!!!

It all started when my controlling parents staged a horrible date.
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Logan was a walking New Zealand Adonis,
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gladly obliged.

The next day, whispers of a hot professor fill the air at campus.
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Sh*t!! Sh*t!! Sh*t!!
I had a one night stand with my professor!!

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Forget we ever met.

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