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Sometimes Love Stinks By C. A. King
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What's in a name? Everything when it's laughable. Gastrella M. Balance was living a nightmare... daily. For several years, she'd been the butt of jokes about... her butt. Moving to Knollville was a... More > chance to start fresh. Tanner had everything a guy could ask for in his senior year of high school. He had a football in one hand and a pretty girl hanging off the other arm. Being popular and the centre of attention came naturally to him. Taking tests, however, did not and he was desperate to keep that part of his life to himself. When a series of pranks go awry, they'll both be faced with confronting their personal anxieties. Together, they might have a chance to overcome the odds and survive the year. Sometimes Love Stinks is a romantic comedy that deals with issues that are both real and difficult. While the main characters in this story are from the mundane world, readers can expect to find the signature supernatural kiss C.A. King adds in all her books.< Less
Miss Jane Austen's Lady Susan - Revived By Helen Baker
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Lady Susan is the most beautiful, beguiling schemer in Regency England. She must subjugate every gentleman who crosses her path, conducting multiple flirtations and extracting herself deviously from... More > all the complications. When her husband dies, leaving her destitute with a pretty, innocent daughter on her hands, she uses all her wiles to find them both convenient husbands. Convenient to herself, that is. Jane Austen penned 'Lady Susan' at nineteen. It was her first completed attempt at a novel, but in the form of letters. She never submitted it for publication. Yet the twenty-three thousand words sparkle with genius. Here, the narrative is presented as it might have appeared as one of Miss Austen's mature works. If this seems sacrilege, this second English lady authoress begs the public to remember that 'Sense and Sensibility' was first written in the form of letters. Perhaps, if she had been spared, Miss Austen might have subjected her first youthful work to a similar revision.< Less
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Fortune's Trip By Lydia Pape
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Luck hates Ayla. The poor girl had only to look at her circumstances to know she was not highly favored. Even when something good happened, it was only so something worse could come along. Take her... More > free trip to Colorado, for example. That seemed pretty lucky, but no. It was just Luck's rouse to get Ayla into the clutches of an idiot also known as Wotan. Surely any guy who thought he was a werewolf was an idiot, right? Who cares that he can shift forms from a human into a wolf. Technicalities don't matter. Mates, however, do. Author's Note: Fortune's Trip is not a ground-breaking novel. I would say it's an overused cliche with some twists. Yay. It is the first story I wrote. Thankfully, I rewrote it, and it's much better. Yay. There's some kissing described, but nothing beyond that. I don't know. Read it for enjoyment, but try not to take it too seriously.< Less
All I Want for Christmas By Shiree McCarver
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Playboy Advertising mogul Alec Mercer sees nothing wrong with mixing business and pleasure. That is until he discovers his ex-assistant had sabotaged his clients contract renewals, because of a... More > broken heart. The mistake could have cost him millions in revenue. He swears he's going to straighten out his personal life. Starting with proposing to his on again off again socialite girlfriend Erica, and settle down. All Mary wanted for Christmas was a man who could love her as she was. Mary Christmas, yep…that's her name. She’s a big woman with a big heart. She wears glasses and not too pretty but she’s as jolly as the come. Working in an office full of beautiful slim women can be trying. Having a secret crush on the boss,Alec Mercer, was downright ridiculous. There was no way a guy like that could like someone like her, or so she believed. Now that Mary got her Christmas wish in the flesh, what is she going to do about it? Together, they make Christmas wishes a reality…< Less
Six Wings By Kylie Malchus
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The worst thing about being dead is the cell reception. The second worst thing is the view. I'd gladly take the inside of a dusty coffin over watching my very-much-alive wife crumble into a thousand... More > pieces or seek help from a creepy wanna-seer or be won over by a bowtied lunatic who's everything I'm not—uh—wasn't. When you lose your keys, they tell you to retrace your steps. But when you lose your life, retracing your steps will only drive you crazy. I've been retracing mine for a year. And it's not a pretty sight. The haunted shack next door gave me a more accurate glimpse of my future than any tacky medium can concoct and it's only a matter of time. Moving on may be in my ghostly fingers' reach, but I'm thinkin' real hard about two things. Can I lay my spirit to rest losing my wife after I've lost my life? And heaven, hell, oblivion: are they really any better than this?< Less
Through the Eye of the Needle By William Dean Howells
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Aristides Homos, an Emissary of the Altrurian Commonwealth, visited the United States during the summer of 1893 and the fall and winter following. For some weeks or months he was the guest of a... More > well-known man of letters at a hotel in one of our mountain resorts; in the early autumn he spent several days at the great Columbian Exhibition in Chicago; and later he came to New York, where he remained until he sailed, rather suddenly, for Altruria, taking the circuitous route by which he came. He seems to have written pretty constantly throughout his sojourn with us to an intimate friend in his own country, giving freely his impressions of our civilization. His letters from New York appear to have been especially full, and, in offering the present synopsis of these to the American reader, it will not be impertinent to note certain peculiarities of the Altrurian attitude which the temperament of the writer has somewhat modified. He is entangled in his social sophistries regarding all the competitive civilizations;< Less
Miss Jane Austen's Lady Susan - Revived By Helen Baker
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Lady Susan is the most beautiful, beguiling schemer in Regency England. She must subjugate every gentleman who crosses her path, conducting multiple flirtations and extracting herself deviously from... More > all the complications. When her husband dies, leaving her destitute with a pretty, innocent daughter on her hands, she uses all her wiles to find them both convenient husbands. Convenient to herself, that is. Jane Austen penned 'Lady Susan' at nineteen. It was her first completed attempt at a novel, but in the form of letters. She never submitted it for publication. Yet the twenty-three thousand words sparkle with genius. Here, the narrative is presented as it might have appeared as one of Miss Austen's mature works. If this seems sacrilege, this second English lady authoress begs the public to remember that 'Sense and Sensibility' was first written in the form of letters. Perhaps, if she had been spared, Miss Austen might have subjected her first youthful work to a similar revision< Less
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