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  • The Dark Lady by Dawn Chandler

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    Trapped in a marriage she did not want Van’s mother sought to exact revenge against Van’s father. Stealing Van away she forced her to pretend to be a boy to escape detection. Van excelled. Disguised as a young man, she saves the life of the King’s Champion and is bestowed the honor of knighthood and enters a life she loves.

    Three years of being a knight comes to a crashing halt with one dying wish. Van reluctantly agrees to marry. To keep those she cares for safe from her enemies, Van hides her past.

    Expecting a docile bride Peter is unsure of how to handle the strong willed and stubborn woman who has become his wife.

    Van and Peter struggle for control and Van’s secret past creates a rift between them. She struggles to give up her identity as the Knight and become the woman that society and Peter expect her to be.

    Can Peter and Van find a happy life, or will lies and secrets rip apart their future and put their very lives in danger.

  • Phantom Traces by Claire Gem

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    A history professor in a tweed jacket, a cheeky Goth chick, and a pipe-smoking, book-hurling ghost. Put them all together in an antiquated library and, well…

    Professor Jack Wood’s silver-streaked hair definitely ages him, and he can thank Killer Dawn for that. He won’t be falling into the love trap again anytime real soon. But this new librarian has him curious, with her head-to-toe black Goth garb, piercings, and a defiant attitude to match. Definitely not his type of girl, but still…

    Abigail Stryker’s got her work cut out for her. The last two librarians didn’t last a month before airborne books chased them off. But Abby’s determined to make her new life a go – and to stay as far away from older men as possible. Once was enough. Might be tough to do when the library’s best patron is none other than dreamy-eyed Jack Wood. And it seems the eccentric ghost may have taken a shine to her as well.

  • 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.

  • Legend of the Mist by Veronica Bale

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    There is a legend familiar to those who call the island of Fara their home. It is one that is passed down through the generations. From mothers who whisper the tale to their bairns as they float into dreams each night. From starry-eyed lasses who pray to find for themselves the undying love of which it speaks. From elders who know the magic of the thick and inexplicable mist surrounding this, and no other, of Orkney’s islands which rise from the sea off Scotland’s northern coast.

    As the daughter of Clan Gallach’s chief, Norah knows the legend better than anyone on the island. It tells of a lady who waits in the mists of Fara for her long lost love to return to her. It’s an entertaining story, to be sure. But it is no more than fantasy. Or so the islanders say. But Norah is not so certain. All her life she’s felt that the legend is more than simple folklore, that the lady of the mist is more real than anyone wishes to believe.

    But these are turbulent times, marked by the very real tales of Norse invaders and their brutality. When her people are conquered by a band of fearsome Vikings, one among them will blur the lines between reality and legend like never before. For Norah cannot help but feel that she knows him … from some other time … from some other life …