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Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary — in other words, not based strictly on history or fact.
In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.
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A Christmas Gift Kindle Edition
Sixteen-year-old Lizzy Atherton is forced to flee her violent step-father in the middle of the night, and finds herself stranded on a station platform completely alone.
Desperate to know what has become of her beloved mother, who she had no choice but to leave behind, Lizzy returns the next day only to find her home deserted.
Devastated, Lizzy joins forces with her old school friend Dolly and Clara, an escaped evacuee, and vows to find her mother whatever it takes.
But the war rages on and demands on the home front take Lizzy’s life in a host of unexpected directions, and hopes of finding her mother gradually start to fade.
If Lizzy can muster the strength to keep searching, she might just get her Christmas wish after all.
A House of Bells: A Thrilling Gothic Supernatural Mystery and Suspense Novel
1918. Stripped of her reputation and haunted by a spirit she failed to protect, the young governess Grace Meadows finds herself out of time and growing more and more desperate.
But when she’s offered a strange job from an eccentric medium, she never could have imagined what she was signing up for.
Tasked with caring for a troubled young girl who has lost the ability to speak, Grace must unravel the dangerous secrets at the heart of a run-down country mansion and find the source of the horrors which now threaten both of their lives.
As she’s forced to confront her own demons and reconcile the ghosts of past and present, can Grace protect the child from the living and dead?
And what is waiting for her beyond the mysterious silk and bells which protect them from forces unseen?
Battleship Boys Kindle Edition
WW2-era, Montana Class battleship, USS New Hampshire, BB-70 is a paint-chipped, rusted-out, down at her heels, 68,000-ton “Museum Ship” that lost her lease in Portsmouth, NH, and is heading for the breakers……until high-tech billionaire Jack Riley makes her seaworthy, so that his ailing father can sail one last time on the very first ship he served on in Vietnam as a “butter bar” navy ensign.
Jack also invites 250 grizzled navy battleship vets to join them on the high seas for a voyage to Cancún, Mexico for one last hell-raising, hard-drinking, unforgettable liberty call.
Halfway there, smooth waters, red skies at night, and nostalgia for the “good old days” run smack into a modern day crisis when a DEA raid goes horribly wrong and SOCOM (Special Operations Command) calls upon the USS New Hampshire and the Battleship Boys to perform one last mission in service to their country.
Consolation by Garry Disher
Winter in Tiverton, and Constable Paul Hirschhausen has a snowdropper on his patch. Someone is stealing women’s underwear, and Hirsch knows how that kind of crime can escalate. Then two calls come in: a child abandoned in a caravan, filthy and starving. And a man on the rampage at the primary school.
Hirsch knows how things like that can escalate, too. An absent father who isn’t where he’s supposed to be; another who flees to the back country armed with a rifle. Families under pressure can break. But it’s always a surprise when the killing starts.
Escape From Guinea Island by Dexter Conrad
When creature-of-habit news editor Jenny McBeth is suddenly given a coveted promotion she is not qualified for, she finds herself thrust into a motley news crew and sent to an island off the coast of Australia. Her task: to hunt down the truth behind the British Royal family’s disappearance, whose plane lost contact over the uncharted territory. Shortly after arriving, the group realizes something is amiss, and soon it is they who become the hunted in a struggle of deception and survival.
Offshore, a group of thieves aboard a luxury cruise ship must escape to the island, unleashing unforeseen horrors; for what was once thought to be nothing more than fiction is very, very real as a well-intentioned medical experiment casts a novel virus upon the world, rapidly spreading among the island’s native tribe. A battle humankind has never known has begun, and a cure must be found before all succumb to the infected.
Falling for Flynn by Erica Breyer
She’s the fire to my ice. The hot to my cold. She’s impulsive in the face of my control.
And I don’t like it one damn bit!
I haven’t spent my life keeping a firm rein on my world, only to have some wild redhead gallop in and wreck it all. Sure, there’s a spark there…who wouldn’t want to get their hands on all that? But I don’t like complications, and if I’d wanted chemistry, I’d have stayed in college. Gabrielle Carter can warm my bed for a while…but I’m not letting her melt my heart.
Flynn Coltan? That man is a Grade A jerk. And if he thinks he can fool me with that holier than thou act of his, he’s got another thing coming. I can see the way he looks at me. But I’m not going to fall for that ‘brooding untouchable’ game he’s got going on. I’ll admit, I wear my heart on my sleeve…I can’t help it. And I don’t plan to change – even if those eyes make my knees weak, and that body…
No! Just no.
I’m an all or nothing girl, and if he blows it, he can leave with nothing.
Forbidden Blossom by Nola Li Barr
2010. Anne Huang never cared to call anywhere home. But her carefree lifestyle of blogging and travel is interrupted when a stranger with ties to her family bequeaths her a fortune. And with no knowledge of her history, she soon finds herself thrown in with a nest of billionaire vipers determined to lock away their skeletons.
1946. Seventeen-year-old Rose Chen’s quiet life is shattered when she’s dragged from Taiwan and forced to immigrate to the U.S. And her nightmare continues when she arrives in San Francisco, only to be shipped off by her parents to serve in a wealthy American’s household. But her dutiful-daughter status soon comes under threat when her risky friendship with her white employer’s son transforms into something taboo.
Confronted by jealous rivals, Anne battles distrust and hidden agendas as she tries to understand more about her birthright and learns the value of love. And as Rose wrestles with her complicated feelings in a private journal, she unwittingly leaves a stunning legacy to a granddaughter she’ll never know…
Can their lives come full circle to close one door and open another?
Forbidden Blossom is the heartfelt first book in the Skyline Mansion women’s fiction series. If you like soul-searching heroines, paths to self-discovery, and stories of perseverance and inner strength, then you’ll adore Nola Li Barr’s generation-spanning tale.
Go Away Birds by Michelle Edwards
Skye is looking for normal. She grew up different and it rankles. Home isn’t normal; her mom isn’t normal. Her brother, beloved as he is, isn’t quite normal, either. Her marriage was kind of normal (Cam is a wealthy, handsome man who’s nice enough) and now it’s a dumpster fire. And look at South Africa-entirely NOT normal.
She’s got PTSD and she’s in mourning. She doesn’t know who she is or what she wants.
She tries to anchor herself to tangible things: to her cooking, to her neighbour’s children, to sex. But as she relives her past and tries to plan her future, she feels increasingly dislocated. Skye escapes when things get overwhelming, and realises almost too late that she’s about to make everything worse.
Hawks on Wires by Dave Smith
Dave Smith’s sixteenth poetry collection chronicles the arc of almost sixty years living in the American South. From dusty sawmills to the ubiquitous Waffle House, Hawks on Wires stages both mortal and comic dramas that speak to the poet’s autumnal acceptance of himself and the South.
Poems of growing up engaged with the people of the coast and woodlands—boatmen, hunters, crabbers, sawyers, and tough-mouthed waitresses—celebrate the once strong but now tenuous threads of community.
Traveling through the latter twentieth century, Smith presents matters of family, sex, and race during a turbulent and historic era in southern history. Assassinations, withdrawal of religious prohibitions, violent cultural convulsions, and even the diminished meaning of the word “southern” shake the poet’s personal identity.
Smith uses the language of an ordinary man seeking meaning as the memory of events, carried over a lifetime, now begs for explanation. Despite the inevitable displacements and disappointments of identity, which remain mysterious, Smith finds optimism in life.
His Horny Lizard
There’s nothing quite like spending a Friday night teasing the CEO’s lizard. It’s not like I have anything better to do. I certainly wouldn’t rather be tossing back drinks at happy hour with my best friend or catching up on the latest season of “The Bachelorette.”
But what’s a lowly intern to do? Sure, it’s sad that my career ended up here—feeding a pet that lives in more luxury than I’ll ever see in my sorry life, but this job is the last thing standing between me and the unemployment line.
So I suck it up and put my big girl panties on. Except, when the little horny Houdini decides to make a break for it, I’m suddenly knee deep in lizard doo-doo.
Guess it’s time to own up to my mistakes, pack up my desk, and slink away with my tail between my legs…
Yeah, I don’t think so. Kay Denko doesn’t slink away from anything.
So I do what any underpaid and overworked corporate grunt would do. I replace the lizard with a double. I mean, what are the chances that some rich out-of-touch CEO will even notice?
Turns out that chances are pretty high when the CEO in question is Rhett Pryce. Yes. That Rhett Pryce. Eyes that miss nothing. Abs like half a pack of Chiclets. Smirk devilish enough to make Lucifer himself blush like a little girl. Yep, that’s him.
And—go figure—that Rhett Pryce didn’t earn his reputation as “the Dragon” by being soft, huggable, and forgiving; he earned it by breathing fire and eating maidens.
So when that Rhett Pryce learns of my little switcheroo, I discover that the difference between a dragon and a lizard is more than just the size of their tails…
In this charming, laugh-out-loud, romantic comedy, find out if love is enough to overcome one incorrigibly hot-blooded heroine, one seriously hard-headed hero, and one horny, horny lizard.