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  • Novel Women by Between Friends Book Club

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    When middle age hits – it hits hard. Marriages fall apart, children leave for college, and jobs disappear. The six women of NOVEL WOMEN stand at this crossroad in their lives when their beloved book club goes on hiatus for the summer.

    Through their summer of confusion and rediscovery, heartache and loss, these NOVEL WOMEN manage to grow closer by the ever-enduring power of love and friendship. And along the way they have the best sex of their lives.

  • Red (A Brett MacLean Duet) by J.M. Walker

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    Just when you thought you had it all…… It can be ripped from you in the most devastating way. Will you be prepared to fight?

    It started without trust. Passion. Lust. An all-consuming need; that was all we had in the beginning.

    Lies. Betrayal. Deceit. We moved past it all and fell in love anyway.
    Over ten years later, with a family of our own, our little world was perfect. Happy.

    But then that happiness faded away when she came into our lives.
    No control. No power. Just heartbreak and unwanted submission.

    We were forced to our knees at the sight of her. The words falling from her lips were like nails digging at our soul because we knew.

    We would have to go through hell to get out of this.

    And even then, I wasn’t sure if it would be enough.

  • Universal Colloquies Inside of Me by Veronica Thornton

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    This book of poems was meant to spark conversation about the things we often question in life but rarely discuss it is also infused with lessons learned that go beyond the surface in hopes that it will cause some to change their perspective about a thing or two. Colloquies are just conversations and these conversations are universal

  • Shot in the Dark by Melanie Amaline

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    WARNING: extreme situations and explicit content. Shane and Chelsea Fedroff, newlyweds trapped in a bad marriage and a worse financial situation, find themselves sliding down the barrel of a suicide machine. Follow them as they enter into the most depraved lifestyle legally (and illegally) available.

    High crime and high fun. Transgressive noir-erotica from Melanie Amaline.

    From the pages of Shot in the Dark:

    “Shane lounged in an empty door frame. His torso stretched out strong and lean against the dim costume racks behind him. A creased and worn middle-aged woman with a man’s build examined him appraisingly as she dragged on a white cigarette. She paused at his pink nipple in the oily light. ‘Baby, you’ve got some taste in men, even if you’re a Luddite.'”