Mrs Claus doesn’t get enough credit. Have you noticed that? She is probably the one keeping all the elves in line, and making sure Santa has clean shorts and socks. How do we know she doesn’t have her own career going on? She may be a mechanic or scientist. I have no clue. I just assume if you have married Santa you are not looking for a cushy easy life. I am sure she has things going on herself. All I do know is Mr and Mrs Claus have been married a pretty long time, and you don’t get that kind of longevity without work and respect. Just saying.

Winter’s Fury (The Furyck Saga: Book 1)
by A.E. Rayne
4.3 Stars (75 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Jael Furyck was born to fight.
Now she’s found something to fight for.

She was Brekka’s greatest warrior, but without her father to protect her, Jael was merely a pawn; a woman to be married off so her uncle could forge an alliance to fulfil his own desperate ambitions.

Eadmund was broken, tortured by the death of his first wife, but his father had lost patience with him. He wanted heirs for his kingdom. He wanted his son back, restored to the fierce warrior he had once been. And when his daughter had a dream about Jael, he jumped at the opportunity to make an alliance with his worst enemy.

But neither Jael nor Eadmund want a marriage designed by kings and gods. They will fight against it, desperate to reclaim their old lives and their freedom… until they each find something worth fighting for.

Winter’s Fury is the first book in The Furyck Saga: a sweeping epic fantasy series of swords and sorcery, love and betrayal, warring kingdoms and an ancient prophecy that knows the fate of them all.

Note: This book contains adult themes and mature content

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Truth or Beard (Winston Brothers Book 1)
by Penny Reid
4.5 Stars (999 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Literary Fiction | Humor & Satire | Women’s Fiction

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Beards, brothers, and bikers! Oh my!
Identical twins Beau and Duane Winston might share the same devastatingly handsome face, but where Beau is outgoing and sociable, Duane is broody and reserved. This is why perpetually level-headed Jessica James has been in naïve and unhealthy infatuation with Beau Winston for most of her life. Whereas Duane and Jessica have always been adversaries. She can’t stand him, and she’s pretty sure he can’t stand the sight of her… But after a case of mistaken identity, Jessica finds herself in a massive confusion kerfuffle. Jessica James has spent her whole life paralyzed by the fantasy of Beau and her assumptions of Duane’s disdain; therefore she’s unprepared for the reality that is Duane’s insatiable interest, as well as his hot hands and hot mouth and hotter looks.
When Jessica finds herself drawn to the man who was always her adversary, how much of her level-head heart is she willing to risk?

Truth or Beard is book #1 in the Winston Brother’s series. Each book is a standalone, full length (110k words), contemporary romantic comedy novel, and follows the romantic exploits and adventures of one of the six Winston Brothers.

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Crescent City Connection: An Action-Packed New Orleans Mystery; Skip Langdon #7 (The Skip Langdon Series)
by Julie Smith
4.1 Stars (237 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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Crescent City Connection (formerly Crescent City Kill) is the SEVENTH book in the Edgar Award-winning Skip Langdon series by Julie Smith

Sure, New Orleans is known for corruption, but suddenly the good guys get a break — an honest police chief. And then someone guns him down. When a terrifying organization called The Jury takes out the cop-killer, Detective Skip Langdon’s on the case. But no one cares! After all, the guy was a cop-killer.

Skip cares really a lot — because she suspects The Jury’s the brainchild of her old nemesis, self-described preacher Errol Jacomine. And because other lives are at stake — those of Jacomine’s granddaughter Lovelace and his younger son Isaac. Eager to add Lovelace to his maniacal fold, Jacomine has Lovelace kidnapped, but she escapes and flees to the bohemian home of her Uncle Isaac, an artist and true eccentric known as The White Monk. Isaac’s taken a vow of silence, but uncle and niece manage to communicate and form a bond that could save both their lives. And Langdon comes up with a plan so clever even the FBI can’t shout her down.

When she visited the first time, Aunt Alice had talked candidly about a relative she thought was dangerous, though everyone else in the family had decided to find him amusing — Earl Jackson, aka Errol Jacomine.

Skip came and sat down. She was presented with a writing pad — Aunt Alice could talk to you, but you had to write to her.

“Did you get my letter?”

Skip nodded. She wrote, “Thank you. That was sweet of you.”

Skip’s encounter with Jacomine was national news. Aunt Alice had written to say she knew Skip was just doing her job even though Earl Jackson was a blood relative, and she, for one, not only applauded, she was real sorry the bastard got away.

“It’s good to see you again, honey. What can I do for you this time?”

“I know it’s stupid to ask,” Skip wrote, “but has Jacomine been in touch with anyone in the family?”

“Now, honey, you know I would have let you know.”

“Just thought I’d ask,” she wrote, and pulled out a list of the things she’d already done to trace Jacomine: looked for his wife, looked for his son, badgered the Christian Community. “Can you think of anything else I could do?”

Aunt Alice’s index finger, under a layer of ladylike pink nail polish, flicked at the list. “Didn’t even know he’d married again.”

Skip’s stomach flipped over. Blood pounded in her ears: this was something. She wrote, “Again? You mean this wasn’t his first marriage?”

“Oh, lordy, lordy. How would you know? Yes, ma’am, he was married, and thereby hangs a tale. Now where’d I put that thing?” She got up and left the room. Skip wanted to chase her, grabbing at the flapping folds of her purple windsuit.

But there was nothing to do but wait, drumming her fingers.

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The Turning (The Forsaken Series Book 2)
by Phil Price
4.8 Stars (21 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Religion & Spirituality | Literary Fiction | Horror

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He had escaped the horrors of the last few months. Started a new life, with his new family.

His life was returning to normal, his scars healing.

Until they found him.

His loved ones were taken to their world, to their horrors. Now, Jake must follow, hoping it’s not too late.

But will he reach them in time… before they are turned against him?

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Australian Cuisine: A Cookbook with Recipes from Down Under and the Outback
by J.R. Stevens
3.3 Stars (6 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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Experience the uniqueness of Australian Cuisine. With over 50 recipes, you’ll be able to discover a new world of foods that represents the country of Australia. Given its history, you’ll see influences from British and other cultures in these recipes. Find dishes using chicken, shrimp, lamb and even kangaroo. And, find something to prepare for breakfast, dinner, and dessert.

Grab your copy of Australian Cuisine: A Cookbook with Recipes from Down Under and the Outback today!

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