Bailey’s brother and his stupid list of ways she needs to improve is driving her bonkers, especially when that list is the reason she’s stuck going on a date with the weirdest guy at the Froyo shop: Tanner. But the date—and the guy, for that matter—turn out to be very different than Bailey expected. As Bailey and Tanner get to know each other better, Bailey is forced to face all those imperfections she’s been ignoring for years. There’s no doubt she has what it takes to get over herself.
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Cori Cooper lives in the magical Arizona Mountains, which she’s pretty convinced is the setting for all the fairy tales. Besides writing stories and daydreaming about ridiculously poofy dresses with sparkly glass slippers, she adores hanging out with her family, playing board games as long as she doesn’t have to read the instructions, watching Jane Austen remakes unless they are too modern, baking without recipes which means frequent kitchen fails and collecting fuzzy knees socks that don’t match. You can connect with Cori on Instagram, Facebook, Bookbub, Goodreads and her website – Coristories.com
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As a sailor whose life is centered around canvas sails and the sea, the last person Isaac ever expects to find in a fairytale is, well… himself. Yet here he stands, on the edge of the River from the storybook his mother used to read to him as a child, watching it flow from one world to another as far as his eyes can see. Adding to this absurdity, he’s been dragged here by a beautiful, green fairy with vines for hair and an explosive anger problem—yes, explosive. Also, he had to fight a vicious little old man and his air dragon to get to this point.
How much more will he have to face before he can return to his dinners of mashed potatoes and turkey? His adventure couldn’t possibly include giant worms, massive flowers with eyes, clairvoyants, shapeshifters, or that terrifying man Isaac calls Snowman…
Samantha J. Rose is a forever-student at Utah State University who will one day have her Masters Degree in Psychology, and is the author of the award-winning novel, The Very Real World of Emily Adams. She wrote her first novel in permanent marker on her sister’s vanity chair when she was three-years-old. It wasn’t well received.
She currently resides in the mountains of Utah in a little house full of toys, where she’s enjoying her happily ever after with her Prince Charming and three adorable little bears.
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Tallie Brown has spent a lifetime hiding from the ghosts of someone else’s past. Raised by a paranoid woman on the run, Tallie learned from an early age how to disappear. Now she must employ her unique set of skills to track down hundreds who have simply vanished, so when an Amber Alert wakes her in the night, she is the first to respond to the call. But tracking the missing girl comes with unexpected consequences, leading her down a deadly path paved with lies and personal loss that ends in a single devastating truth: General Cai Kaswell, the father she just discovered and the world’s best hope for peace, is among the vanished.
As she struggles to find General Kaswell, Tallie is drawn into a conspiracy that links her past to the string of unsolved disappearances. Her search for answers sends her around the globe, but when it nearly takes the lives of her trusted friends and leaves her alone, she is assigned to a charming operative she doesn’t fully trust. Forced to watch her own back as she searches for General Kaswell and the others, not only does she discover she is the unwitting catalyst for the disappearance of the missing people but she and her father are also lured into a plot that threatens the Constitution and the balance of world power.
Laurie (L.C.) Lewis grew up within the exciting and history-rich corridor between Philadelphia, Baltimore, and D.C. which made her a politics and history junkie. Laurie writes in multiple genres, penning her women’s fiction and romance novels as Laurie Lewis, and her historical fiction novels as L.C. Lewis. Revenge Never Rests, is Laurie’sfifteenth novel.
Her women’s fiction/romance novels include Cross-Country Christmas, (2021) Secrets Never Die, (2019) Love on the Line (2019), Awakening Avery (2018), Love on a Limb (2017), Sweet Water (2017), The Dragons of Alsace Farm (2016), and Unspoken (2004), written as Laurie Lewis. Using the pen name L.C. Lewis, she wrote her highly acclaimed WWII drama based on the life of a survivor of the occupation of France, The Letter Carrier (2022), and the five volumes of her award-winning FREE MEN and DREAMERS historical romance series, set against the backdrop of the War of 1812: Dark Sky at Dawn (2007), Twilight’s Last Gleaming (2008), Dawn’s Early Light (2009), Oh, Say Can You See? (2010), and In God is Our Trust, (2011).
Laurie Lewis is a RONE Award Winner (The Dragons of Alsace Farm) and was twice named a New Apple Literary Award winner in 2017 (The Dragons of Alsace Farm), and in 2018, winning New Apple Literary’s Best New Fiction Award (Love on a Limb.) She is also a BRAGG Medallion honoree, A Readers’ Favorite Award Winner, and she was twice named a Whitney Awards and USA Best Books Awards finalist, and The Letter Carrier is currently a nominee for a Whitney and a Readers Favorite Award.
Laurie is currently working on additional books in the Silver Buckle Brides Series and a new Tallie Brown Suspense novel.
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Until his father’s death, Noah Adams believed the large piece of land gifted to him on his twenty-first birthday is legally his. Suddenly he discovers a condition comes with the ‘gift’. For the land to become lawfully his, Noah must marry within four weeks or lose everything. With no local women available, he has few choices.
Mary Stanton is impoverished and barely surviving. After deciding he can no longer support his spinster daughter, her father promises her to a lecherous man whom she barely escaped in the past. When the chance of entering a proxy marriage is offered, Mary jumps at the chance.
Can these two strangers turn a marriage of convenience into a love match? Or will Mary walk away at the end of the contract?
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