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Stolen Enchantress by Amber Argyle (Forbidden Forest #1)

Stolen Enchantress by Amber Argyle (Forbidden Forest #1) Any girl who goes into the Forbidden Forest never comes out again. Except the one who did.  Larkin should have been watching her little sister, should have paid more attention to the trees looming over her family’s fields. Now Sela is gone. Knowing full well the danger of the forest and its beast, Larkin goes after her anyway. With her sister clutched in her arms, she manages …

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Crook’s Hollow by Robert Parker

Crook’s Hollow by Robert Parker In the quiet village of Crook’s Hollow, almost exactly between Manchester and Liverpool, land and pride are king. And now someone has just tried to kill Thor Loxley – but Thor has no clue as to why. As the estranged youngest of the omnipresent Loxley farming dynasty, all of whom view him as a traitorous turncoat, in a village where everybody knows everybody else’s business, life is hard enough. But …

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The Fake Resume Guide by Jamie Powers

The Fake Resume Guide by Jamie Powers Get a Job even after being out of work for years. Get a better job even if you don’t have the experience. Get paid more money for every hour that you work. Leave a job you hate. This book has everything you need on how to make a fake resume and how to get away with it. The author is an expert in employee relations and has hired …

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The Defiant Heir by Melissa Caruso (Swords and Fire #2)

The Defiant Heir by Melissa Caruso (Swords and Fire #2) Across the border, the Witch Lords of Vaskandar are preparing for war. But before an invasion can begin, they must call a rare gathering of all seventeen lords to decide a course of action. Lady Amalia Cornaro knows that this Conclave might be her only chance to stifle the growing flames of war, and she is ready to make any sacrifice if it means saving …

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The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso (Swords and Fire #1)

The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso (Swords and Fire #1) In the Raverran Empire, magic is scarce and those born with power are strictly controlled — taken as children and conscripted into the Falcon Army.  Zaira has lived her life on the streets to avoid this fate, hiding her mage-mark and thieving to survive. But hers is a rare and dangerous magic, one that threatens the entire empire. Lady Amalia Cornaro was never meant to …

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Vegas Series by Elena Aitken

Nothing Stays In Vegas (Vegas, #1) What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…except when it doesn’t. Lexi Titan has mastered the art of pretending everything’s fine. After all, how else could she ignore the fact that her husband is never home, her son barely knows him and the last time she had sex, well, who can remember? With her life crumbling, the last thing she wants to do is go on a trip, especially back …

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Mediating Dangerously: The Frontiers of Conflict Resolution by Kenneth Cloke

Mediating Dangerously: The Frontiers of Conflict Resolution by Kenneth Cloke Sometimes it’s necessary to push beyond the usual limits of the mediation process to achieve deeper and more lasting change. Mediating Dangerously shows how to reach beyond technical and traditional intervention to the outer edges and dark places of dispute resolution, where risk taking is essential and fundamental change is the desired result. It means opening wounds and looking beneath the surface, challenging comfortable assumptions, …

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The Loom of Life: Unravelling Ecosystems by Menno Schilthuizen

The Loom of Life: Unravelling Ecosystems by Menno Schilthuizen In an age of increasing environmental problems, ecology has had to grow up fast from a discipline dealing with relatively simple interactions between species to one that tries to explain changes in global patterns of diversity and richness. The issues are complex. Every species may seem to have its own unique role, but if that is true, then why are there hundreds of species of plankton …

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End of Time: A Meditation on the Philosophy of History by Josef Pieper

End of Time: A Meditation on the Philosophy of History by Josef Pieper This is a work of rare prophetic brilliance by Josef Pieper, one of this century’s most profound and lucid expositors of the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. This book was written to throw light on an ancient question that has vexed and tormented many. What is the nature of “The End” toward which, even now, the world and men are moving? No …

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Kill or Be Killed: Under Cover by Linda Kay Silva

Kill or Be Killed: Under Cover by Linda Kay Silva Billie MacAvoy is part Dexter, part Tony Soprano, part Kerry Matheson… but all CIA operative, a member of the seldom discussed Clandestine Ops that few know of, and even fewer believe exists. Billie’s job is to take out the garbage even the regular CIA won’t touch, like rogue heads of state, or other “wandering assets.” She’s one of this country’s greatest and scariest weapons—a highly …

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Inseparable by D. M. Mortier

Inseparable by D. M. Mortier Thorne… I thought my life was all mapped out: inherit the throne, bring more advanced technologies to the realm, further the interests of my people, and marry the girl my father chose for me; pretty simple, right? Sadly, my life wasn’t simple at all. The chaos started when a rival king from another realm brutally murdered my father, held my mother and sisters hostage, and then blackmailed me into marrying …

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Wanna Bet? by Talia Hibbert

Wanna Bet? by Talia Hibbert Jasmine Allen has many vices. Rahul Khan has just one: her. For the last seven years, Rahul’s been Jasmine’s closest friend. Sure, he’s strong, sexy, and deliciously stern—but she doesn’t care about that. She certainly isn’t tempted by his wicked smile or his genuine sweetness. She can’t be. Because everything Jas touches turns to dust. Rahul disagrees. Seven years ago, Jasmine touched him, and he’s still standing—still standing, and still hopelessly in love. When disaster …

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Pascale’s Wager: Homelands of Heaven by Anthony Bartlett

Pascale’s Wager: Homelands of Heaven by Anthony Bartlett The last remnant of humanity survives in an artificially engineered frozen Homeland designed to keep out catastrophic storms which have wrecked the rest of the earth. The only consolation and motivation are provided by hi-tech, official religion which exhorts the survivors to work hard at allotted tasks in order to get to the blessed comfort of heaven when they die. Cal and Poll are two students in …

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Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young

Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young OND ELDR. BREATHE FIRE. Raised to be a warrior, seventeen-year-old Eelyn fights alongside her Aska clansmen in an ancient rivalry against the Riki clan. Her life is brutal but simple: fight and survive. Until the day she sees the impossible on the battlefield—her brother, fighting with the enemy—the brother she watched die five years ago. Faced with her brother’s betrayal, she must survive the winter in the mountains …

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Crossing the Line by Megan Hart

Crossing the Line by Megan Hart 5 Rules for Sexy Play in the Workplace! 1. Know the company policy;—You just got an opportunity to finally snag that sweet corner office. The last thing you need is a wicked distraction…. 2. Don’t date your boss–Sure, Jamison Wolfe has a smile that could send a woman into instant orgasmic joy. But more important, he’s your strict, control-freakish boss. Your hot, sexy, control-freakish boss. 3. Keep PDA out …

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The Lost by Mari Hannah (Stone and Oliver, #1)

The Lost by Mari Hannah (Stone and Oliver, #1) Alex should never have agreed to the spur-of-the-moment holiday with her sister. Seven days felt like a year without Daniel, her ten-year-old son. This was the first time they had been apart since he was born and her husband had convinced her it was a good idea. It was a bad idea. Daniel has gone missing. As local CID officers, David Stone and Frankie Oliver have been …

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Accidentally Perfect by Elizabeth Stevens

Accidentally Perfect by Elizabeth Stevens I feel like I should have the perfect life, that I should never feel down or alone in the world. But, so sue me, I do. I keep it hidden, pretend everything’s okay. Because who would believe Piper Barlow could have issues? Everyone’s convinced the hottest guy in school’s going to ask me out – that Mason and I would be the perfect couple, that he’s my John Cusack. Except, …

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English as a Global Language 2nd Edition by David Crystal

English as a Global Language 2nd Edition by David Crystal David Crystal’s informative account of the rise of English as a global language explores the history, current status and potential of English as the international language of communication. This new edition of his classic work includes additional sections on the future of English as a world language, English on the Internet, and the possibility of an English “family” of languages. Footnotes, new tables, and a …

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The Study of Language 6th Edition by George Yule

The Study of Language 6th Edition by George Yule This bestselling textbook provides an engaging and user-friendly introduction to the study of language. Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject, Yule presents information in bite-sized sections, clearly explaining the major concepts in linguistics through all the key elements of language. This sixth edition has been revised and updated throughout, with substantial changes made to the chapters on phonetics, grammar and syntax, and eighty new study …

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A Hero Born by Jin Yong (Legends of the Condor Heroes #1)

A Hero Born by Jin Yong (Legends of the Condor Heroes #1) China: 1200 A.D. The Song Empire has been invaded by its warlike Jurchen neighbours from the north. Half its territory and its historic capital lie in enemy hands; the peasants toil under the burden of the annual tribute demanded by the victors. Meanwhile, on the Mongolian steppe, a disparate nation of great warriors is about to be united by a warlord whose name …

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The God That Failed by Richard Crossman

The God That Failed by Richard Crossman The God That Failed is a classic work and crucial document of the Cold War that brings together essays by six of the most important writers of the twentieth century on their conversion to and subsequent disillusionment with communism. In describing their own experiences, the authors illustrate the fate of leftism around the world. Andr’ Gide (France), Richard Wright (the United States), Ignazio Silone (Italy), Stephen Spender (England), Arthur …

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The Beginning by Mia Tavor (Lupus Constellation #1)

The Beginning by Mia Tavor (Lupus Constellation #1) EVEN GODS WOULD BE ENVIOUS OF SUCH POWER.  When Alex Leran moves to a bizarre Canadian town no one talks about, her life changes forever. She makes an inconceivable revelation: she belongs to a unique race blessed by the stars. These Chosen ones possess the power that has no equal, the peculiar abilities that only gods used to have. Strong and imperious, with their rule stretching farther …

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Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion by Michelle Dean

Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion by Michelle Dean The ten brilliant women who are the focus of Sharp came from different backgrounds and had vastly divergent political and artistic opinions. But they all made a significant contribution to the cultural and intellectual history of America and ultimately changed the course of the twentieth century, in spite of the men who often undervalued or dismissed their work. These ten women—Dorothy Parker, Rebecca …

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Love Rules: How to Find a Real Relationship in a Digital World by Joanna Coles

Love Rules: How to Find a Real Relationship in a Digital World by Joanna Coles Just as there is junk food, there is junk love. And like junk food, junk love is fast, convenient, attractively packaged, widely available, superficially tasty—and leaves you hungering for more. And both junk food and junk love require enormous amounts of willpower to resist. Social media and online dating sites have become the supermarkets of our relationship lives. You have …

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Deploraville by Mac Balzac

Deploraville by Mac Balzac DEPLORAVILLE, the first book in a series, is Mac Balzac’s often humorous, sometimes sobering but never dull take on President Donald J. Trump’s first year in office (January 2017 – March 2018), the agony and ecstasy experienced by Trump’s Deplorable constituents, Deep State shenanigans, fast-unfolding geopolitical developments, and the Culture War.   FREE Download Deploraville by Mac Balzac ZIP (Multiple Formats) [Filescdn]

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Tell Me Where It Hurts by J.R. Rogue

Tell Me Where It Hurts by J.R. Rogue I can feel it in my roots;  I gave birth, in a nightmare,  to unlovable things.  They breed in my belly;  tiny birthdays, every day.  I am the undead mother  to every single bit  of black  in this skin prison  my lovers  have choked on.  Bestselling author J.R. Rogue returns with her second volume of poetry, Tell Me Where It Hurts, a raw, heartbreaking, and honest glimpse …

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The Karimi Siblings Series by Alisha Rai

Veiled Desire (The Karimi Siblings #1) Look, but don’t touch… Leyla Karimi can’t keep her eyes off the hunky guy living in the house behind her. How couldany woman resist ogling Dr. Mason Barrett, especially when he makes it so easy by parading around in his skin and skivvies? If it was only their age difference, she would have made a move a long time ago. Except Mason is more than a neighbor. He’s her …

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The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch

The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch A lot of professors give talks titled “The Last Lecture.” Professors are asked to consider their demise and to ruminate on what matters most to them. And while they speak, audiences can’t help but mull the same question: What wisdom would we impart to the world if we knew it was our last chance? If we had to vanish tomorrow, what would we want as our legacy? When Randy …

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Green by Tom Baker

Green by Tom Baker The year is 1967 and Tim Halladay has graduated William & Mary, looking forward to studying drama at Yale, when he finds himself drafted into the United States Army. His college education makes him an object of ridicule and suspicion among the other members of C Company–Charlie Company. Of course, he has to hide his homosexuality. Tom Baker’s newest novel is an honest portrayal of a young man fearful of his …

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Circe by Madeline Miller

Circe by Madeline Miller In the house of Helios, god of the sun and mightiest of the Titans, a daughter is born. But Circe is a strange child–not powerful, like her father, nor viciously alluring like her mother. Turning to the world of mortals for companionship, she discovers that she does possess power–the power of witchcraft, which can transform rivals into monsters and menace the gods themselves. Threatened, Zeus banishes her to a deserted island, …

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From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata

From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata If someone were to ask Jasmine Santos to describe the last few years of her life with a single word, it would definitely be a four-letter one. After seventeen years—and countless broken bones and broken promises—she knows her window to compete in figure skating is coming to a close. But when the offer of a lifetime comes in from an arrogant idiot she’s spent the last decade dreaming …

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Blood Week by J.D. Martin (The Saint and the Sinner, #1)

Blood Week by J.D. Martin (The Saint and the Sinner, #1) Criminals of Kansas City are being murdered and displayed to the public. In an annual ritual known as Blood Week, bodies appear around the city for seven days until the vigilante goes into hiding again. While the public debates, Detective Alexander Saint is charged with stopping the killer. He may be a playboy with a trust fund, but he takes his job on the force …

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