I refuse to leave the house on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. I believe it is considered the worst day of the year to be driving because of traffic. Thing is, I haven’t left the house the day before Thanksgiving in so long that I can’t remember if the traffic is fact or fiction. For the life of me I can’t remember if I made up that fact years ago or not. Yes, I can always Google it to find out, but what’s the fun in that? Sometimes it’s fun not to know the answer for certain. My dad used to say if you smile at an inchworm, it will count your teeth and they will all fall out. Sure, I can Google that to see if it’s true, but then the mystery is gone.

Mark of the Hunter: An Epic Fantasy Adventure (The Lords of Alekka Book 2)
by A.E. Rayne
4.6 Stars (474 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction | Fantasy

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Fate will not be denied.

And those fated to rise cannot remain in the shadows forever.

Trapped in the forest, surrounded by vengeful gods and evil spvirits, Hakon Vettel is dying. His dreams of the Alekkan throne in tatters, he must fight for his life while those around him plot their next move.

On the journey to find her children, Alys becomes convinced that someone or something is following her, though her visions are blocked as she desperately searches for an answer before it’s too late.

At Slussfall, Jonas and Vik must find a way into the fort to rescue Lotta, though with enemies lurking behind those old walls, to do so will risk their lives.

And back in Ottby, the king has given Reinar a mission that has him doubting what he is capable of. He wants to rise and prove himself worthy, but what lengths will he go to to keep his oath?

Mark of the Hunter is the second book in The Lords of Alekka, a thrilling new fantasy series set in the world of The Furyck Saga. Enter a kingdom in turmoil, where mysterious dreamers weave dark magic around vengeful lords, and those fated to rise are forced out of the shadows as the battle to claim the throne begins.

Note: This book contains adult themes and mature content

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Return to Us
by Corinne Michaels
4.6 Stars (2,119 Reviews)
Genre: Sagas | Romance

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From New York Times Bestselling author Corinne Michaels comes a new second chance standalone love story.?

At eighteen, I walked away from Willow Creek Valley for good.
I was young, scared, and stupid, and it cost me the love of my life — Grayson Parkerson.

Fourteen years later, a crash sends me back home to recover.

Back to where we met, fell in love, and planned a future.
The one he’s now living as a single dad to his daughter.
Working at The Park Inn together gives us a chance to reconnect, and seeing him with his little girl makes me long for the days when he was mine. One look in his gorgeous blue-green eyes, and it’s like I never left. One kiss, and my world is upside down. One night together, and I know without a doubt, in his arms is where I belong.

I’m not the girl I was — intimidated by his wealthy family and desperate to escape our small town. I can imagine a new life for us here.

But he’s learned to guard his heart, and trust won’t come easily.

How can I convince him to give first love a second chance?

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Tumbleweed Christmas
by Ninie Hammon
4.8 Stars (79 Reviews)
Genre: Westerns | Contemporary Fiction | Family Life

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A shell-shocked veteran. A shattered child. A Christmas miracle.

It’s Christmas in 1953 on the dusty High Plains of West Texas.

It was lonely enough out there before eleven-year-old Bonnie McGrath lost her mother. Now she aches for her daddy’s return from Korea to fill the emptiness that’s been carved out of her heart ever since Mama’s passing.

But the father who left Muleshoe, Texas, three years before has come home as somebody else. After nineteen months in a North Korean prisoner-of-war camp, Beau McGrath has lost the ability to love.

A New Mexican blizzard claims the county’s Christmas trees, and the loss is devastating. A symbol of all the good in Bonnie’s life that has been taken away and is now gone forever.

Beau must replace the trees, but his only solution takes him even farther away from his daughter.

Will the chasm between them grow wide enough that neither of them will ever be able to cross it again?

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Ménage à Murder: a page-turning thriller mystery set in Paris (An American in Paris Book 4)
by Susan Kiernan-Lewis
4.6 Stars (258 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery

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A shocking murder very near to Claire makes it clear just how far her father will go to get what he wants. Stunned by the brutality of the cold-blooded murder of an innocent, Claire will need to use every skill she possesses if she’s going to find the killer before he sets his sights on the next person she loves.
This book is a clean read: no graphic violence, sex or strong language
Genre: light culinary cozy mystery, women amateur sleuth, cozy animal (dog)

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Secrets, Stories and Scandals of Ten Welsh Follies.
by Graham Watkins
3.8 Stars (105 Reviews)
Genre: Arts & Photography | History

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Secrets, Stories and Scandals of Ten Welsh Follies contains the stories behind ten weird and wonderful Welsh buildings.

If you enjoy unusual tales, quirky human history and delight in the ridiculous and the vain you will enjoy this book. Discover why… • The undefeated American Boxing Champion Rocky Marciano lived in a Welsh Folly in Swansea.

• 6ft 3 inch Mr. Jones slept in a strange house in Conwy with his feet hanging out of the window.

• A pipe smoking shipping magnate upset his wife and built a folly complete with battlements.

• What possessed William Jones to build the strange folly that is Clytha Castle.

• Why Lord Mostyn built a track through a house with a road underneath. His strange folly is still inhabited today.

These are just a few of the entertaining Welsh Follies in this book. Discover why… • A deserted lighthouse on a golden sandy beach has a strange moaning statue at its top.

• A future king turned his nose up when offered a stately folly castle.

• There is a bizarre folly clock tower that looks like a lighthouse standing in the middle a boating lake in Cardiff.

• A magnificent folly tower on Anglesey records the exploits of a one legged man.

• Bodysgallen Obelisk has upset the neighbours.
Discover who erected these strange buildings and why, what secrets lay hidden in their pasts and how they have been treated over the years. Folly hunters have researched odd and strange buildings but never before have the secrets of Welsh follies been told so entertainingly.

Every folly has a tale to tell about the special people who built them as if the follies themselves are a window into another age or world, one which is fun and well worth exploring.

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