California Malcolms #2
by Patricia Rice
$6.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-205-1
Dorothea Franklin’s life is sliding toward disaster just as surely as her house is crumbling into the Pacific. Her unusual talent for feng shui can’t bring harmony to her invalid father or prevent her brother from dying in an experimental helicopter crash. Or has he?
She turns to computer genius Conan Oswin, whose brother also reportedly died that day. When Dorothea informs Conan that she didn’t feel the vibrations of her brother’s death, he wants to dismiss her illogic… but his instinct for trouble is already on full alert. His attraction to her is almost as distracting as her nonsense about chi and harmony — nonsense that plants doubts about the deadly crash. If only she would quit twisting his head with temptation, he might be able to save their brothers and her life.
by Judith Tarr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-208-2
Three lives. Three worlds. Three times. Three young women, past, present, and future, come together to solve an age-old mystery and save a world.
Meredith has the summer all planned. She’ll hang out with her friends, ride her horse, and spend time with her mom, who is recovering from cancer. Then her mom drops a bomb: she’s sending Meredith to Egypt to dig up mummies with her aunt the archaeologist. Meredith doesn’t want to go. At all. But there are more forces at work than a sixteenth-birthday present she doesn’t want and a summer she didn’t plan—and a greater adventure than she could ever have imagined.
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-187-0
After landing in the Caribbean island of St Lucia on business, account executive Penelope Albright is shockingly accused of smuggling drugs—until a sexy stranger appears claiming to be her husband, “kidnapping” her before trouble begins. Except trouble and Charlie Smith are two sides of the same coin.
by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
When one sees eternity in things that pass away and infinity in finite things, then one has pure knowledge. But if one mrerly sees the diversity of things then one has impure knowledge. And if one selfishly sees a thing as if it were everything, independent of the ONE and the many, then one is in the darkness of ignorance. — Krishna, Bhagavad Gita 18:20-22
Northern Lights Book 1
by Chaz Brenchley
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-140-5
When Benedict left home, it was maybe the first time he’d stood up to his family. It was also meant to be the last. No contact, he said, I’m disinvesting.
In all honesty, they weren’t sorry to see him go. Ben had never had their talent, never had the family spark. When you run a city — especially the way the Macallans ran theirs—the last thing you need is a reluctant passenger.