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  • She’s Alot Like You by Faye Hall

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    Willow Jameson knew nothing of her family’s past or their connection to the Morgan family when she first met Re Morgan. All she seen was his ruggedly handsome appearance, his gentle words luring her into his strong embrace. What she found was a passion beyond compare.

    She couldn’t have foreseen the lies and family betrayal that would inevitably rob her of the man she loved and forever change her life.

    TEN YEARS LATER

    Willow returned to the town life she loved so much, no longer ignorant to those who had separated her from the man she’d loved. She was back now to make those responsible pay for all they’d taken from her. In her search what she found was the hardened man Re Morgan had become…

    …a man who’s mere glance reignited a passion she had thought long since forgotten.

    Re Morgan had left a horde of jilted lovers in his trail. When he seen Willow again across the crowded dancehall, he wanted nothing more than to add her to this list. Re wanted little more than a short, heated affair.

    What he became involved in was far more scandalous than he could have ever imagined.

  • Gator Girl: Truth Lies & Confessions by Kari Nelson

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    Kelsey is left alone in Spain by Stephen, but she isn’t alone for long… As if there could possibly be peace. The world ascends upon her all at once.

    Stephen has told her to stay out of trouble, but he didn’t warn her that trouble would find her!

    She gains full access to her phone back and Michael calls to tell her about Stephen’s shocking and cryptic past. Is Michael only trying to keep Kelsey’s focus on loving him or is he looking out for her own good? Kelsey must uncover the truth, but in her search she discovers that there are more and more secrets and lies to confront and then Stephen does the ultimate and confesses! However, Kelsey does not believe that he is telling her the truth.

    Kelsey meets her match with HRH Princess Elise, Stephen’s mother and Stephen’s best friend and current lover Nicollet as they plot to keep her out of his life.

    Can Kelsey endure or has she had enough of HRH? Gator Girl – Truth, Lies and Confessions

  • Roses for the Sparrow by Mary Elizabeth Fricke

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    It was bad enough that her best friend/employer took off on an extended honeymoon leaving Jani to oversee the building of their new business alone. In strolls this tall, dark and handsome contractor who makes it clear he intends to become the center of Jani's attention. But, is Rick too good to be true? Why is he the one who continually finds long stemmed roses on her car or at her door? What kind of admirer leaves expensive roses to freeze on windshields or be trampled on the floor?

    Some girls have all the luck─ or maybe that's no luck at all.

    How often does a girl have two stalkers after her at the same time?

  • The Gardener of Baghdad by Ahmad Ardalan

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    Adnan leads a weary existence as a bookshop owner in modern-day, war-torn Baghdad, where bombings, corruption and assault are everyday occurrences and the struggle to survive has suffocated the joy out of life for most. But when he begins to clean out his bookshop of forty years to leave his city in search of somewhere safer, he comes across the story of Ali, the Gardener of Baghdad, Adnan rediscovers through a memoir handwritten by the gardener decades ago that beauty, love and hope can still exist, even in the darkest corners of the world

  • Teaching Tori by Annie Rehmann

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    Tori has put up with Gerard’s bullying for so long, she is surprised when Tom, a visiting adviser to her school, turns into an ally she doesn’t really want. Fiercely independent and wary of people (except for children, of course), she is perfectly capable of dealing with Gerard by herself.

    Despite her efforts to keep Tom at an arm’s length, he manages to gain her trust, and a tender relationship starts to form. A future with Tom looks certain until a misunderstanding leads Tori to pull away from him. When she recognises her mistake, it is too late to win him back.

    The breakup affects her greatly, down to the one constant she could always fall back on in times of crisis: her love of teaching. Tori fails to meet her own high expectations of an inspiring teacher which leads her onto a downward spiral of feelings of inadequacy and guilt.

    After weeks of misery, Tori takes to the hills of Central Otago to clear her head. High up in the tussock country she loves so much, she realises that it is time to move on and let go of the past.

    The decision comes as a relief, but a sudden weather change gives Tori little time to dwell on it.

    Will Tori make it home safely to put her decisions into action? And will Tom ever find out what happened to her?

  • Amatore’s Restaurant by James Sillwood

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    It is the end of another successful year for the Recreative Theatre Company and the cast have arranged to meet at Amatore’s Restaurant for their end-of-season dinner.

    As the evening progresses, each guest recalls a past sexual liaison. In these recollections we are transported to a variety of locations; the rolling countryside of Brittany to the brown cafés of Amsterdam, from the grandeur of Venice to the slums of Marseilles.

    The stories describe various situations: Prudence relates her encounters on a train journey and Colin makes a surprising discovery when he settles down to watch his favourite film. Some characters are driven by self-interest: the sociopath Nicole with her reckless behaviour towards her trusting nephew, and Colette who takes advantage of her unsuspecting tenant.

    A common theme unfolds: the hidden truths behind the motives for seduction. As the evening comes to a close, old alliances are re-kindled, new attachments are formed, while others are broken. Frustrations rise to the surface as truths are revealed. For some the evening is a great success, for others a disaster.

  • To Forgive & Hold Safe by Carey Decevito

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    Loss, pain, guilt…

    Those are the emotions Ben Carpenter feels as the lone survivor of a terrible night, three years before, where fate was so unkind.

    On a quest to forget, aware of only one thing—overwhelming misery—he submerses himself into running Fairfax, the pub he and his wife had once planned on opening together, and his side gig as a volunteer firefighter.

    Resolved to a life of loneliness, Ben is sideswiped when envy takes hold after he’s asked to stand as Best Man at his best friend’s wedding.

    Before he can deal with the idea of opening up to love again, tragedy strikes…just not for Ben this time.

    As secrets to his wife’s betrayal come to light, Ben is faced with the reality that an opportunity to heal stares him straight in the face—albeit, in the form of Hannah.

    Bonded by their similar losses, Ben begins to wonder.

    Is there really such a thing as second chances?

  • Dorothea’s Feet by William Scott

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    Story of a call girl/dancer who pleasures with her legs and feet

  • Swinging Submission: Deceit and Betrayal With a Mutliple Partner Twist by La Drama Princess

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    Markette Rochelle had known Wayne Jones since he was young, but it was the hugs that held on too long and staring that lingered longer than comfortable which made her question his feelings all those years. Married Markette’s suspicions of the lust that oozed from the young man she’d watched grow up were more than confirmed when they began to transform into her ultimate pleasure realized all over his mother Walinda’s house in a record four days of him being home from college. The innocence of Markette’s relationship with Wayne was long gone and had changed into a relationship hot with unbridled ravaging and submission of control, all starting that fateful afternoon when she came by to return money to his mom.

    In Wayne’s mind, the perfect arrangement has been created, and he didn’t even have to go out looking for it. As for Markette’s, husband Joshua Rochelle, he just wanted to please her.

    Standing on the outside of Markette and Joshua Rochelle’s swinging lifestyle, unsure of the rumors she’s heard and unwilling to listen to the new ones involving her son and old friend, Markette, Walinda has her own oddities to protect. When Walinda Jones steps in closer for a peek inside the controversial and intriguing underworld of the Rochelles’ sex life, Markette may or may not have a story to tell when all the deceit and betrayal finally comes to an end.

  • Streaking for Mother by Mark Shearman

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    How far would you go to help the people you love?

    A cynical, famous underwear model, and infamous international Rugby player, despondent and guilt ridden because of a terrible mistake, finds redemption from helping the Streakers who ruined his chances of a world record.

    After moving in with this bunch of dysfunctional guerrilla marketeers he discovers all isn’t what it seemed and finds out his life is being controlled by his estranged mother from beyond the grave.

    His mother is also the patron of a large pawn brokers and the Streakers Matriarch who believe her absence is temporary. It soon becomes apparent to Ashley she has left him with no choice but to help them move on with their lives and come to terms with her untimely death.

    Ashley has made enemies too. He is viciously attacked, sent threatening message, and attempts are made to destroy him in the media – both professionally and personally. With his new house mates by his side, they must discover and deal with his pursuer Streaker style.

  • AMARNA I: Book of Ida by Grea Alexander

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    Thebes, Upper Egypt. 1324 BC

    The last living male descendant of the Amarna line, Pharaoh Tutankhamun, has died suddenly under mysterious circumstances. His wife, Queen Ankhesenamen, is left without a male heir. The ambitious vipers Ay and Horemheb are nipping at her heels in their bid to seize power.

    Queen Ankhe has but one hope to maintain her hold on the throne – an alliance with the Hittites. With Ay and Horemheb watching her every move, there is only one person she can trust to save her and her line – a girl, a slave – Ida.

  • The Keeper by R. L. Mosz

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    The Keeper is a thought-provoking, clean, and contemporary women’s drama that explores the mysterious power of friendship and love. Initially, powerhouse surgeon Dr. Chris Seacrest finds little of interest to him in the young, post-stroke patient Caitlin Rosenberry. But a brief encounter in an exam room sets a series of cataclysmic events into motion from which there is no turning back. In the midst of it all, Dr. Seacrest finds himself in love with Caitlin, yet she never wants to see him again.

  • Against Her Will by Peter Martin

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    Rape is every woman’s worst nightmare, an act so vile, so devastating, it robs the victim of any sort of dignity, leaving scars that can last a. lifetime. Having family and friends rally round can make all the difference in the world. But without this support the victim may never fully recover.

    Donna is such a victim. When she is brutally raped, her life comes crashing down, bringing with it memories of an unhappy childhood. Having lost everything dear to her, she almost succeeds in making the ultimate sacrifice, but for a young male nurse, who slowly helps her come to terms with the past. Just when she thinks she’s over the worst, she makes a horrifying discovery that puts her in mortal danger.

  • Invasion of Privacy and Other Short Stories by Jim Liston

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    Invasion of Privacy

    If you’re the person who murdered my wife and think you’ve gotten away with it, think again. I’m looking for you, and I’ll eventually find you.

    Is it wrong for me to try and find the person who ruined my life, even at the expense of stealing a few moments of someone’s privacy? If I invade a person’s privacy without them knowing it, what’s the harm? I guess it all comes down to the question of whether I’m willing to risk the consequence of going to jail if I’m caught. I am. What do I have to lose?

    The other stories included are:

    The Tourist Attraction

    I’m sick of it. Every day there’s a group of them tourists, standing by my fence watching us, pointing and whispering. I don’t know what started it, but I’ll be damned if I’m gonna put up with it much longer.

    A Novel Murder

    “I’m going to kill her today,” he said, “I’ve had her tied up in the basement for three days; it’s time to end it.”

    The Doctor’s Pet Fly

    A fly only lives for about a month. It seems like a waste of time to train a fly and then have it die after only a month. Maybe he’s found a way to keep them alive longer. He is a doctor, after all.

    The Show

    Rita looked around at the crowd of smiling, excited faces, concentrating on every detail to commit it to memory; she didn’t want to forget any of it. She shouldn’t have worried; she would remember this for the rest of her life.

    Carl and Tabitha

    Carl hated his boss and was determined to find a way to get even with him.

    Tag, You’re It!

    We looked across the valley at a breathtaking scene of red lakes and forests of blue and orange that were alive with activity.

    Before They Come Back

    Running his claw-like hand along my spine while making an odd whistling noise that I surmised to be their way of communicating, I began to realize they were preparing to cut me open.

    Justin’s Love

    When Justin first saw Lucille, it was love at first sight. He knew that she was perfect for him. All of his friends and co-workers were envious; she was beautiful.

    Ronnie and the Smoke Bomb.

    I didn’t tell Ronnie the police had found him sitting on the curb near the car, crying. They said he was sitting there mumbling, “It’s only a smoke bomb.”

  • My Gift To You by Faye Hall

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    Rush Mullens saw her parents, Joseph and Carmen, being murdered before her eyes as an 8 year old child– ten cloaked figures destroying her once peaceful life. She did not know the men responsible, but she would find them. She wanted revenge…she needed it.

    When Lord Justin Maston came to take her in to his care, she vowed she would use this opportunity to find the murderer’s she chased. She did not think she would also find a boy she could love more than her own life.

    Bailey Maston had never supposed to mean any more to her than a friend, one who could protect her from the new lifestyle she had been forced into. What he had become though was a young man who could take her breath away, and steal her heart.

    Rush knew Bailey knew nothing of her family, or the life she was raised to live. She doubted should he learn the truth that he would understand. She could not let him endanger the revenge she so craved to seek. Nor could she ignore that she was willing to risk all – her past, her life, her reputation – just to sample an ounce of passion from this man.

    Bailey Maston wanted to find a woman – the perfect woman – to give his heart to. He wanted to trust that such a person could exist that would never betray him. Everything he had seen in his young life, both at home and in society, told him what a foolish dream this was. Such a woman could never exist. Even if she did, he doubted she would ever willingly give her heart to a love-starved boy like him.

    Foolish though his dream was, Bailey could not help being drawn to the young orphaned girl his parents had taken in.

    He wanted her friendship and the attention she so willingly offered to him.

    He craved to feel the passion he knew was hidden deep inside her.

    What he did not want was to fall in love with her.

    When Bailey finally discovers the truth of Rush’s life, and the revenge she was enacting, he feels betrayed. Foolish though it was, he hopes that beyond this betrayal may yet lay the woman he has always yearned to find…a woman he craved to give his well-guarded heart to.

  • Killing Matt Cooper by John Cassian

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    A harrowing, first-person chronicle of a serial killer/rapist, KILLING MATT COOPER leaves out no details — no matter how excruciating.