When Felicity finds out her mother is terminally ill, she’s determined to fulfill her mother’s last wish – to see her daughter walk down the aisle. But when she suggests marriage to her boyfriend of five years she’s promptly dumped. Disheartened, a friend offers a solution. One of the bear shifters in his clan is currently searching for a wife and he thinks perhaps they’ll make a good match. Kyle is a brilliant chef who is intelligent and kind and more than Felicity could hope for. There is only one problem…Hunter, his roommate, seems determined to get in between them. He goes so far as to pursue Felicity himself. The ex-con is as dangerous as he is sexy. Felicity must protect her heart and keep him from steering her relationship with Kyle off track. Then, Felicity recognizes something in the two men they don’t seem aware of themselves, she realizes their love triangle just got a lot more complicated.
This is a stand-alone story with an HEA and MF, MM and MMF pairings.View Book
Charlie Gault had all the luck. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the good kind.
It was looking like Lady Luck had quite a grudge against him. In fact, at this point merely crashing the multi-billion-dollar ship he had helped design would have felt like winning the lottery compared to his current dilemma. If only he were so lucky. Things had started off all right – that is, until a freak wormhole unexpectedly swallowed his ship, leaving him stranded on an unknown planet far, far from home.
With the crew’s lives at stake, Charlie had no choice but to stop his whining, put on his big boy pants, and step up to save them all, and much to his surprise, it actually looked like he might succeed. Of course, that was when things really went sideways in ways that made merely crashing on an uncharted planet seem like a walk in the park.
Suddenly, faced with alien space pirates, talking dragons, and something that seemed very much like magic, Charlie found himself adrift, feeling like a space age Robinson Crusoe – only his man Friday was a blue-skinned alien, and this wasn’t just a desert island. It was a whole new galaxy.View Book
When two rivals fall for the same woman, she must make a choice that will shape the future of their clan.
Bailey has given up on ever finding love. So when her best friend sets her up on a blind date, she’s more than just a little skeptical. But all doubt is pushed aside after she meets Jaxon, a bear shifter who is everything she could ask for – strong, handsome, and kind.
But Jaxon has a rival for leadership of his clan, another bear shifter named Levi who is thrilling and mysterious with an air of danger that draws Bailey in. Levi also becomes a rival for Bailey’s affections. She tries to resist him, but the allure is too strong.
Things become even more complicated when she discovers the two of them have a romantic history. With passions on the rise, they find themselves tangled up in a vicious battle for leadership and Bailey. The winner takes all, and the loser gets nothing.
But when Bailey’s heart won’t accept anything less than both of them, what can she do as long as the two remain divided over their past?
This is a stand-alone story with an HEA and MF, MM, and MMF pairings.View Book
Des stares at the mushroom cloud in the distance. The extreme heat threatens to melt his circuits. If he doesn’t get away soon, he will be dead like the rest of his companions.
He travels onward, unable to stay behind and bury the bodies of those who had offered him friendship and a home. But his steps are not aimless. He knows there is only one group of people in all the world who could have detonated a nuclear weapon: the Mainlanders.
Upon arrival to Mainland, Des finds himself engulfed in another conflict between the Mainlanders and Outlanders as he tries to discover who is responsible for killing his friends. As the mystery unravels, he learns of a new danger that threatens to destroy humanity once and for all, and it is up to Des to stop it.View Book
Roscoe Ransom returned home from World War I, broken both in body and spirit, drowning his pain daily in a bottle of whiskey. But even alcohol can’t numb the agony of losing his wife or the fear of trying to raise his son, Junior, alone. However, the mind-numbing predictability of Roscoe’s life as a sharecropper and his role of town sheriff – a job given to him out of pity when he returned from the war – is suddenly upended when a black man in their tiny community is murdered and castrated.
At 11 years old, Junior longs for his father’s love and attention to fill the void left by the death of his mother, but the person who has grown to fill that role is Willow Muscadine, a Cherokee Indian woman, who lives next door. When she sees him trying to locate the killer that his drunken father can’t – or won’t – find she decides to become Junior’s self-assigned protector. Junior overhears enough in town to realize this was no random murder of a black man. But the more questions he asks, the more dangerous the situation becomes for him, Roscoe, and Willow.
When the threats turn deadly, will it be enough to shake Roscoe from his misery in time to save them and find redemption? Or will his personal demons once again win until he’s lost everything and everyone who cares about him?
Best selling author, David Johnson, has once again produced one of his trademark “books with heart” and spun a tale that will have you rooting for the underdogs and hoping that good will triumph over evil.
Supernatural collides with Mortal Instruments and Vampire Diaries.
Busy collecting prayers, on top of watching over the Archangels, it’s another day for Jude Thaddeus to prove his perfection to Father God. He intends to uphold his impeccable record and become an Archangel. Nothing must come between him and his desire. Except…after years of planning, Lucifer has discovered a means to kill his siblings, the Archangels. It’s a perfect plan. One he’s sure Jude will not see coming. Neither will the Archangels who’ve now become complacent, self-righteous, judgmental, and arrogant.
The battle begins when Ava, the woman chosen to veil the Sacred City of Ashbourne, cries out for help.
Everyone has a plan, a need, or a desire, except they forget the one plan that matters most – God’s. The outcome is shocking, one that triggers a never-ending battle and unveils a love story like no other.
Revenge. Resentment. Betrayal. None is more unbearable than the agony of love.View Book
Meet forensic accountant Sam Halloran in this gripping financial thriller reviewers are calling “fresh,” “non stop listening,” “captivating,” and “inspiring.”
Sam is ambitious, a bit desperate, and running from an ugly, anxiety-filled past. He’s got a family to support and everything hinges on this job as a newly minted auditor. But when he gets assigned to his first public company audit, he discovers something no one else did. Fraud… massive fraud! That’s when the walls start to close in.
Suddenly, average-joe-Sam becomes modern-day David, up against an unforeseen giant that could crush him in an instant. He’ll remind you a lot of Mitch McDeere in John Grisham‘s pioneering legal thriller, The Firm, a guy in so deep, so suddenly, he hasn’t yet checked the exits. And now it’s too late to run.
Sam sees he’s one of an army of young, far from savvy auditors paid to keep their heads down and not get too curious. But the enormous fraud he thinks he’s discovered just can’t be overlooked. Unfortunately, the company is on to him.
One of the great satisfactions of this book comes from accompanying Sam on his journey from troubled young man to potential victim to…well, anyone’s guess. And Golden, a real-life forensic accounting investigator, doesn’t disappoint. The first in a new series, Sunday Night Fears is as much psychological thriller as financial mystery that will keep listeners on the edge of their seats as they root for Sam’s success, then his safety, and when it comes right down to it, his soul. Because this audit has the potential to change him forever – in good, bad, or even fatal ways.
Fans of financial fraud movies like The Big Short and Ben Affleck’s The Accountant will have a fine time shivering at Sam’s struggles and cheering him on. But they won’t expect the ending. Even after the shocking denouement, Golden has another card up his sleeve, guaranteed to stun even the most sophisticated.View Book
A seven percent grasp of the infinite. The universe may be limitless, but our senses are not. Just as the human eye sees but a small percentage of the cosmic wave spectrum, in the same way, most of us are only able to perceive a similar sliver of what we brazenly term “reality”, even with the use of all five of our scientifically acknowledged senses.
Shift that frequency a touch, nudge your perspective just a little off its center, and you, too, may enter the realm of the surreal: a place that in truth may be as near to you at the moment as the blind spot at your back…the shadowy underside of your desk…that strip of woods at the rear of your property that harbors dark terrors after sunset – hideous and unbelievable “figments of your imagination” that watch and giggle as you study them from your backyard with chilling toes while fighting the primal urge to bolt back to the perceived safety of your home.
Inspired by Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, Night Gallery, Tales from the Crypt, and plain old-fashioned campfire stories, this month-by-month account of people-supernatural relations spans its own sci-fi/fantasy/horror/comedy spectrum, touring the weird side of the cosmos while leaving the passengers comfy and unscathed in their listening chairs. Or at least that’s what the brochure says. Might want to make sure that chair is sturdy.View Book
From the writer of Ghost Hunter, Little Women with Big Guns, and Krakenstein vs. Koalatron comes an unforgettable excursion into the depths of the unknown. Loaded end to end with chills, this terrifying narrative is loosely based on accounts of encounters with the legendary Pukwudgie, a cryptozoological “myth” originating in Massachusetts’ mysterious Bridgewater Triangle.
Transplanting the action to his familiar Midwestern environs, writer Kevin Candela takes the listener on a hair-raising excursion into a shadowy world that exists in plain sight right beside our own, sending the tale’s narrator deep into a frozen marsh in mid-January in search of the diminutive yet incredibly frightening entity. When he finally discovers the truth, both he – and the listener – will never be the same again.View Book