He always waits until I get settled down with a coffee or plate of food or whatever, then he starts the meowing. He is meowing for me to get him down from my kids bunk beds. He is somehow able to get himself up into the beds and spends all day there sleeping, but he lacks the coordination or desire to get out himself. I think it might actually hurt him to jump from high places with that big belly of his. Sometimes I try to ignore him and  see if he will just eventually figure it out himself, but he doesn’t. He just gets louder…. and louder. It is then I remember who is really the master of the house.

The Eagle’s Secret (International Mystery Thriller)
Erez Aharoni
4.8 Stars (38 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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You will not want to read this book on an airplane!Or it might be your last flight…

Ido Barnea, a non-typical Israeli combat pilot, is flying a routine night flight over the Negev desert when suddenly his reliable Skyhawk jet fighter starts to vibrate uncontrollably and finally crashes, forcing Ido to eject at the last possible second. At that exact moment, in the heart of Brussels, a young girl is kidnapped. What is the connection between those two incidents? Who is behind them?

Accused of betrayal, Ido is forced into a fast-paced dizzying chase in order to clear his name. Naama Sharon, a beautiful Mossad agent is sent after him, and the two encounter powerful arms dealers, cynical terrorists and corrupted army officers. In their struggle, they discover that the two mysterious incidents hide a deplorable crime.

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Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt (Summer Lake 1)
SJ McCoy
4.0 Stars (47 Reviews)
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Women’s Fiction | Romance

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The Summer Lake contemporary romance series follows a group of friends from a small lakeside town in the California hills. They have kept in touch over the years and now, in their early thirties, their lives are drawing them back to Summer Lake and to each other.

Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt

Emma Douglas came to Summer Lake as an orphan twenty three years ago. After losing her parents so young and later suffering a disastrous marriage, she believes that love only ever leads to pain and loss.

When she meets Jack Benson, the business partner of her childhood friend Pete, she sees everything she used to long for in a man; tall, dark, and drop dead gorgeous! Despite their undeniable attraction, Emma is too scared to risk her heart, especially on a man so much like her ex – sexy, smart, funny, successful and no doubt the same kind of cheat!

When events lead them both to Summer Lake for the summer, will Jack be able to persuade her that he’s nothing like her ex in all the ways that really matter? That the love she used to dream of isn’t a little girl’s fantasy, but a reality they can share if she can get past her fear and learn to trust?

This book is intended for adult readers 18+

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Number 18
Michael Loring
4.3 Stars (19 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN “Paranormal Anthology With a TWIST”!

Twenty-seven-year-old Robert has assaulted seventeen victims so far, and is proud of it. At a carnival, he stalks a new prey, ready to add her to his list. Special number eighteen will be a sweet victory…or so he thinks.

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God’s Loophole (God’s Loophole Trilogy #1)
Dan Rix
4.5 Stars (11 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense | Teen & Young Adult

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A Machine turns 18-year-old Gabe telekinetic…for a terrible price.

Nicknamed the bubble, an astonishing new technology isolates users from reality and lets them directly experience quantum effects. Inside the bubble, humans can even manipulate individual atoms. For the computer industry, it’s a dream come true.

Except the bubble may have side effects.

After being inside the bubble for only a few minutes, eighteen-year-old Gabe Rockwell feels a strange desire to go inside again. He has nightmares and wakes up vomiting in the middle of the night with no idea who he is. Even more troubling, the bubble seems to eat through every kind of radiation shielding known to man…whether it’s plugged in or not.

Now, ever since that first time in the bubble, Gabe has been harboring a terrifying secret—a power, whose addictive pull he finds harder and harder to resist with each passing day: he’s developed the ability to move objects with his mind.

Combining the genres of young adult, science fiction, and technothriller—and a little romance—God’s Loophole is the first book in a new mind-bending YA action adventure trilogy by Dan Rix. Can Gabe control his telekinesis? Or will his growing power destroy everything he holds dear, including the girl he loves. Keep reading for…

A Chilling Sneak Peak of God’s Loophole:

Behind him, he heard a whisper. He whipped around and scanned the plastic inner shell of the bubble, skin crawling. Nothing. With altered laws of physics came altered perception, like Jer said.

But then he heard it again, beyond the inner shell. Outside the bubble. A voice, whispering his name. A voice he recognized, with a spine-tingling chill.

Raedyn’s voice.

“Gabriel…” her voice elongated, slipping in and out of focus, “Gabriel, get me out of here…please…”

“Raedyn,” he breathed. “Where are you?”

“Help me,” she whimpered, “I feel so…lost.”

Her words made his heart ache. “Rae, where are you?”

“I don’t know, I’m…I’m outside.” She broke into quiet sobs. “Gabe, I’m stuck…”

His eyes darted to the hatch. Outside. She was outside the bubble. His chest tightened, pulse climbing. “Rae, I’ll get you out. I promise.”

“I’m sorry, Gabe…” Her whisper was drowned out by the crackle of Jer’s voice over the radio.

“Gabe, who are you talking to?”

“She’s outside,” Gabe said, grabbing the wheel, tugging. “Rae’s stuck outside.”

“Gabe…No! Jesus, I’m cycling you down.”

“Jer, she’s stuck outside!”

“No, she’s at home, she’s safe. It’s not her. If you open the hatch, I can’t bring you back. Don’t do this to me, Gabe.”

The words didn’t register. They couldn’t. He had to get Rae. He spun the wheel. One revolution, two revolutions.

“Gabe, I’m losing you,” Jer cried, his voice cutting in and out. “Whatever you do, do not break the seal from the inside. Do not break the seal.”

He ignored him, dragged the wheel around again. Rae, I’m coming…The inner shell vibrated, cycling down. He had seconds—

“Gabriel, I’m so sorry,” Raedyn moaned, her voice fading, “I hope someday…you might forgive me…” She cut out.

“Raedyn…No!” The wheel clicked, and a hiss seeped under the hatch, now unlocked, the seal broken. He pushed the door open, his heart galloping into a crescendo.

The sight beyond the hatchway chilled his blood. The air cut off in his throat.

There was no warehouse.

Nor any sign of Raedyn.

Instead, he stared at a mirror reflection of himself in another bubble, where space itself seemed to ripple. He was about to reach out to touch the doorway, feel the texture, and see if he could reach through it—but his reflection raised his hand first.

Gabe’s heart gave a sickening lurch. It wasn’t a reflection; there was another Gabe in there, moving independently. He was peering into a parallel universe—and a parallel him was peering into his universe.

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William Zink
4.2 Stars (12 Reviews)
Genre: Family Life | Literary Fiction

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Jim Priest’s mother is dying. With his daughter beside him, he alternates caretaking duties with his sister. A year earlier his father died in mysterious fashion—the head of the Virgin Mary from a lifelong sculpting project of The Pieta fell on top of him, killing him instantly. As days pass by, his mother falling in and out of consciousness, the buried secrets of a bittersweet childhood re-emerge, forcing the four of them to accept, if not fully resolve, the limitations of their bonds.

Pieta is a story about personal ambition, the anguish of unrequited affection, and the redemptive spirit of a young girl. In concise, elegant prose, William Zink examines the singular, yet universal, forces tugging at the hip of a family in the midst of its most epic chapter.

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The Reluctant Pirate
John Guy
4.4 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure

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This fast-paced thriller follows Abdi, a Somali boy brought up in the UK, as he is sucked into a pirate gang in Somalia. Tension builds as Islamic militias and the pirates fight over a ship held to ransom while the shipowner and insurer stall over freeing the ship. Abdi faces conflicts between his Western upbringing, his arranged bride in Somalia and his desire for a Norwegian woman who is an officer on the captured ship.

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