Glorious Angels Medusa’s Raft 1 by Justina Robson In a biotechnological world ruled by the laws of symbiosis, you are who you eat.
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Finding the body of girl who died over two centuries ago should be the hardest part of Louise’s job. Only things get a lot tougher when she finds out that her tall dark and grouchy ex is looking, too, if and if he succeeds first, Louise will be out the money and her reputation will …
Putting the Ice in Nice Everyday Disasters Book 3 by Diana Pharaoh Francis It pays to be nice…but only if you’re into blood, pain, and tears.
Contact Imminent Fourth Book in the Jani Kilian Chronicles by Kristine Smith Enemy sighted. Enemy closing. Contact imminent.
Can the sins of the past dictate your future? For as long as she can remember, Jenny Miller has experienced intense intrusive visions. Plagued by graphic mental images of death and harm, Jenny is constantly on edge, always fighting to stay on this plane of reality. Until she gets one chance to learn if anyone …
The Loneliest Magician The Dragon Nimbus Book #3 by Irene Radford He chose a grand name of a legendary warrior from ancient times. Now he has to live up to it.
The Mystery of the Missing Heiress Gravesyde Priory Mysteries Book 2 Patricia Rice Wycliffe Manor, a magnet for murder…
Putting the Chic in Psychic Everyday Disasters Book 2 by Diana Pharaoh Francis Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t kick ass and take names while looking fabulous. I make a living at it. -Beck Wyatt
Law of Survival Third Book in the Jani Kilian Chronicles by Kristine Smith It takes a killer to catch a killer.
Not born but made, William hides from the world, dependent on a Swiss banker and an enigmatic Englishwoman for his survival.
The Perfect Princess The Dragon Nimbus #2 by Irene Radford Hidden among dragons, cats, magicians, and a golden wolf lives the Perfect Princess for a new king. But who and what is she?
Putting the Fun in Funeral Everyday Disasters Book 1 by Diana Pharaoh Francis Celebrating death never felt so good.
InSight by Paul S. Piper Can too much insight be dangerous?