Some fairy tales begin with love at first sight. This is not one of those tales…



How to Win a Duke's Heart
Author Collette Cameron


Cold outside? Warm up with 3 fast-paced thrillers packed with nail-biting suspense, heart-thumping action & a cute baby by award-winning, best-selling author Dina Santorelli



Baby Grand Trilogy, Books 1-3
Author Dina Santorelli


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A village on the coast of Maine holds painful secrets— the kind only the miracle of new love can heal.



Snow Fence Road
Author Phyllis Edgerly Ring


Experience the transformative power of grace in this practical and doable roadmap to lead you from broken to bold. Follow author, Elizabeth Meyers, on her journey from desperate grief and crushing despair to victory over the darkness of mental illness.



Undaunted in Darkness
Author Elizabeth Meyers


If you are stuck in anger and resentment and experiencing with financial difficulties it is time to learn how to let go.



A Conversation With The Sages
Author Sara Ahavah


New Book Releases for January

We are highlighting two exciting New Book Releases for January 2022 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.

Court of Flame and Ashes

Fantasy. Young Adult. Romance.

Royalty, abductions, fated mates, and dragons…

Prince Kastian’s kingdom is collapsing after his father’s death. The only way to change his fate is to forge a bond with a stranger from another realm.

Finding that she’s been abducted, college student Lyra wakes up in another world and is told she’s fated to be a queen. She can’t just walk away from her home and loved ones… or can she

When the two come together in the dragon realm, they will either destroy each other or form the most powerful magic known to Abraxas.

So splendidly enrapturing and mind-captivating that it’s a brilliantly fantastic page-turner the readers won’t want to miss!” – Goodreads Review

As always T.L. has given us a book that is wonderfully written and extremely captivating. Action packed from the beginning as well as the rest of the book.” – Goodreads Review

Battle scenes and warring cities, dragons and mates, tender heartwarming moments along with secrets galore, and so much more. An absolute MUST read book!” – Goodreads Review

HEIMAT

Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction, Cultural Heritage

Matthias Schmidt left his Heimat, Neisse, Germany, in April 1929 to follow thousands of other Europeans for a better future in the United States. Reluctantly he left his mother, a girlfriend, sisters, many relatives, and friends. But he also left an intolerable situation behind. He planned to return as an American citizen, a shining example of American success, marry his girlfriend and bring her to America. En route to Bremerhaven and his ship to America, his plans began to change when he impulsively saved an American diplomat from the tracks in Berlin’s Lehrter Bahnhof.

The heroic act bonded Matthias and three other travelers in a friendship that sustained them through broken promises, misconceptions of the American dream, the Great Depression, Prohibition, and World War Two. Josef Turner, a watchmaker, left Neisse on a whim. Edo Rabinowitz, a tailor, escaped nationally sanctioned anti-Semitism. A teenage farm boy, Feliks Bartol, was sent to America by his family because their farm could not support him. Before the outbreak of World War Two, Matthias questioned his commitment to his plan as letters from his mother, girlfriend, sisters, and others urged him to return as the Nazi regime improved Germany’s economy and national pride. Instead, the war severed contact with his family, sending him and his friends on separate paths: to a shipyard building vessels to carry destruction to their Heimat, the US Army fighting in the Pacific, Germany’s Wehrmacht invading France and Russia, and the Nuremberg trials to bring Nazi war criminals to justice.

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