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Due Date By Nancy Wood
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Surrogate mother Shelby McDougall just fell for the biggest con of all: a scam that risks her life … and the lives of her unborn twins. Twenty-three-year-old Shelby McDougall is facing a... More > mountain of student debt and a memory she’d just as soon forget. An ad in Rolling Stone for a surrogate mother offers her a way to erase the loans and right her karmic place in the cosmos. Within a month, she’s signed a contract, relocated to Santa Cruz, California, and started fertility treatments. But intended parents Jackson and Diane Entwistle have their own agenda — one that has nothing to do with diapers and lullabies. With her due date looming, and the clues piling up, Shelby must save herself and her twins. As she uses her wits to survive, Shelby learns the real meaning of the word “family”.< Less
Grimaulkin Tales By L. A. Jacob
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You can tell a lot about a person by looking at the people in their life — Mike LeBonte is no exception. Who is Ritter, and why is he so important to Mike? Who is the Grey Man in the... More > Atheneum? And what is Chevalier to the Rosicrucians? Did Reverend Greene really escape? Whatever happened to Becky? Also included in this collection is the first case that Grimaulkin has with his new apprentice, Ash. Re-enter the world of Grimaulkin, where magic is real.< Less
Grimaulkin Tales By L. A. Jacob
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You can tell a lot about a person by looking at the people in their life — Mike LeBonte is no exception. Who is Ritter, and why is he so important to Mike? Who is the Grey Man in the... More > Atheneum? And what is Chevalier to the Rosicrucians? Did Reverend Greene really escape? Whatever happened to Becky? Also included in this collection is the first case that Grimaulkin has with his new apprentice, Ash. Re-enter the world of Grimaulkin, where magic is real.< Less
Due Date By Nancy Wood
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Surrogate mother Shelby McDougall just fell for the biggest con of all: a scam that risks her life … and the lives of her unborn twins. Twenty-three-year-old Shelby McDougall is facing a... More > mountain of student debt and a memory she’d just as soon forget. An ad in Rolling Stone for a surrogate mother offers her a way to erase the loans and right her karmic place in the cosmos. Within a month, she’s signed a contract, relocated to Santa Cruz, California, and started fertility treatments. But intended parents Jackson and Diane Entwistle have their own agenda — one that has nothing to do with diapers and lullabies. With her due date looming, and the clues piling up, Shelby must save herself and her twins. As she uses her wits to survive, Shelby learns the real meaning of the word “family”.< Less
Memory and Metaphor By Andrea Monticue
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Civilization fell. It rose. At some point, people built starships. A millennium after the Earth was abandoned to climate change and resource depletion, Sharon Manders wakes up in a body that used to... More > belong to somebody else, and some say she was a terrorist. She has no idea how she could be digging for Pleistocene bones in Africa one day, and crewing on a starship the next. That was just before she met the wolfman, the elf, and the sex robot. Struggling with distressingly unreliable memories, the expectations of her host body’s family and crewmates, future shock, and accusations of treason, Sharon goes on the lam to come face to face with terrorists, giant bugs, drug cartels, AIs, and lawyers. All things considered, she’d rather be back in 21st Century California.< Less
Children of the Wrong Time By Flavia Idà
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“Would you say you were loved by the right people at the right time in the right way and for the right reasons?” Michael Holmes and Nora Savins stepped into the ornate atrium of the... More > Department of Vital Privileges and looked up at the life-size marble statue of the Founding Father, a smiling young man who held in his hand an ancient movie script rolled into a scroll. “Keanu Reeves,” Michael said reverentially, “with his quote from Parenthood: You need a license to drive, you need a license to fish, you need a license to own a dog, but they will let any moron be a parent.” And under the inscription he read the First Law of the Republic: “Never Again Any Moron.”< Less
Children of the Wrong Time By Flavia Idà
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“Would you say you were loved by the right people at the right time in the right way and for the right reasons?” Michael Holmes and Nora Savins stepped into the ornate atrium of the... More > Department of Vital Privileges and looked up at the life-size marble statue of the Founding Father, a smiling young man who held in his hand an ancient movie script rolled into a scroll. “Keanu Reeves,” Michael said reverentially, “with his quote from Parenthood: You need a license to drive, you need a license to fish, you need a license to own a dog, but they will let any moron be a parent.” And under the inscription he read the First Law of the Republic: “Never Again Any Moron.”< Less
Memory and Metaphor By Andrea Monticue
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Civilization fell. It rose. At some point, people built starships. A millennium after the Earth was abandoned to climate change and resource depletion, Sharon Manders wakes up in a body that used to... More > belong to somebody else, and some say she was a terrorist. She has no idea how she could be digging for Pleistocene bones in Africa one day, and crewing on a starship the next. That was just before she met the wolfman, the elf, and the sex robot. Struggling with distressingly unreliable memories, the expectations of her host body’s family and crewmates, future shock, and accusations of treason, Sharon goes on the lam to come face to face with terrorists, giant bugs, drug cartels, AIs, and lawyers. All things considered, she’d rather be back in 21st Century California.< Less
The Last Speck of the World By Flavia Idà
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“I am female, thirty-two, alone in the last speck of the world. My name, my race and my nationality are no longer important. I do not know why the plague has spared me. It has taken everything... More > else. All the clocks and all the machines are dead. What keeps me breathing is the hope that I may not be the sole custodian of the planet.” No name. No race. No nationality. The survivor of the perfect catastrophe struggles to preserve herself and her hope that she may be found — by humans.< Less
Building Baby Brother By Steven Radecki
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Children will always grow up, whether we're ready for them to or not. One truth about parenthood that I've learned is that there will come a time when your children will ask you difficult, and... More > perhaps even uncomfortable, questions for which they expect you to have the answers. It's also true that we often find it difficult to deny our children the things that they most desire—like freedom.< Less