So this little elf breaks into my house on December first, watches my kids, and reports back to the man in red every night. We are all okay with this right? That doesn’t sound creepy at all? What about “Snitches get Stitches?” Are we just going to put that on hold for the month of December?

The Crest (The Prophesy Saga Book 1)
by Jerena Tobiasen
4.0 Stars (1 Review)
Genre: War | Historical Fiction

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In the fall of 1914, Gerhard Lange excitedly receives orders from the Kaiserliche Deutsche Armee. He and his best friend, Otto Schmidt, are to join Germany’s battle with France. The young men quickly learn that there is no glory in war.

At the end of World War I, Gerhard and Otto return home broken men, and work alongside their fathers to restore the farming community they fought so valiantly to protect. Life remains tenuous as another war looms.

Concerned about the safety of their families, the Langes and Schmidts relocate to Bavaria. Once again, Gerhard’s commitment to his country is challenged, and he and his son, Paul, find themselves serving in an army led by a tyrant. Despite the oppression of serving on the Eastern Front, a light is cast in Paul’s direction when he encounters Ilse-Renata Chemiker.

As war rages around him, Gerhard worries about his family and how he will ensure the future of the Lange legacy.

The Prophecy saga spans over 70 years, and is a story of war, prejudice, migration, crime, love, and heartbreak. Each story is an intriguing, fast moving, historical fiction written from the perspective of the people involved. The Crest is dedicated to those folks who are forced to fight for what they believe in, to keep their family and their country safe.

Together, The Crest, The Emerald and The Destiny tell of the challenges and changes that external forces place on everyday people who are forced to rise above their own expectations to meet family obligations and responsibilities, no matter how reluctant they may be to do so. They provide the reader with an opportunity to consider life from an alternate perspective.

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Chase Baker and the Seventh Seal: A Chase Baker Action and Adventure Suspense Thriller (Series Book Book 9)
by Vincent Zandri
4.4 Stars (14 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Literature & Fiction | Mystery

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When Renaissance man and adventurer, Chase Baker, is contracted by a rich young rare book dealer to uncover seven metal Bible codices or books which rival the Dead Sea Scrolls in Biblical historical significance, he also discovers that the seventh book is sealed with a metal not found on this earth. A metal so impenetrable it can only be broken by God or Satan.

Whatever the case, the breaking of the seventh seal means one thing and one thing only: the end of the world as we know it.

While Chase will stop at nothing to find the missing codices he discovers that the evil Soldiers of the Expected One led by their leader Ansar Al-Mahdi, have taken possession of them so that they may find a way to break the seal and plunge the world into darkness.

Chase, along with a beautiful young long brunette-haired New York City-based Biblical History scholar named, Magda, and an unruly team of Hasidic Jews, must defeat Mahdi before they can take possession of the books.

They find themselves not only fighting the fierce evil force, they must scale Jerusalem’s Old City walls, crawl down into the Western Wall foundations deep inside its tunnels, fight off all manner of prey and obstacles from giant spiders to the Israeli Army to evil Nazi zombies who rise up from the dead in the Valley of Magida in anticipation of the Second Coming and along with it, Armageddon.

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Forgetting the Rancher
by A.J. Wynter
4.7 Stars (81 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction

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To save the city girl’s life, the rodeo star has to break her heart.


There has to be some kind of a mistake, there is no way Floyd would hire a woman to break the horses.

Who does Sydney think she is, coming to Blackgum Acres with her fancy words and shiny equestrian boots? She probably doesn’t even own a cowboy hat.

And now she has my cabin and my job.

I’ve been called old-fashioned, a real modern-day cowboy on more than one occasion, but damn it, I’m not going to go out of my way to help her, and I sure as hell ain’t going to like her.


I’ll admit it. I’m naïve.

Sure, I’m smart and I’ve got the grades to prove it. I’m set up to have the perfect life, but there is one problem:
I haven’t lived. I’m about to graduate from college and I’ve never even had a boyfriend.

If I wasn’t drunk I never would’ve applied for the ranch job across the country, but I was, and I did.

Can hate turn to love for the rodeo star? Find out in this classic enemies to lovers, opposites attract tale – with a virgin twist.

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Recruit: A Space Marines Novella (Jack Forge, Fleet Marine Book 1)
by James David Victor
3.8 Stars (90 Reviews)
Genre: Science Fiction | Science Fiction & Fantasy | Teen & Young Adult

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Outgunned and outmanned on a remote alien world, their only hope is a recruit who doesn’t even want to be there

A fast-paced Military Science Fiction adventure from #1 Bestselling author James David Victor

Plucked from his life in academia, Jack Forge must find a way to survive as a Fleet Marine recruit. When the Chitin attack, he is forced to fight a war he never wanted any part of. The only way out is to win the war, and Jack Forge will do whatever it takes to make that happen. In the process, he just might save humanity.

Recruit is the first book in the Jack Forge, Fleet Marine series. If you like fast-paced military science fiction, Jack Forge is the kind of hero you can root for.

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Boomer Tales: Hula Hoops, Hippies, Hemp, and Hijinks
by LaRue Agresti
4.1 Stars (33 Reviews)
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs | Nonfiction

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Author LaRue Agresti captures the essence of a generation in this vivacious memoir.

As related in Boomer Tales, LaRue was born in Chicago in 1949. Her whimsical narration describes growing up in a wacky Italian family, complete with intriguing background material on her parents and their families, and speaks candidly of her mother’s battle with mental illness.

After chronicling her early years in Chicago, Boomer Tales goes on to provide a window into the Windy City’s turbulent social and political climate during the 1960s.

In the chapter titled “Key Lime Pie,” LaRue offers a vivid time capsule of the pot-infused 1970s hippie culture in the form of original letters sent from the Florida Keys to her sister back home in “Bummer City.”

But life brings her back to Chicago, and the 80s usher in an emotional time, as she contends with the difficulties of parents afflicted with cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Throughout the book, LaRue provides rich descriptions of her lively hometown, and her inclusion of the music that resonated with her peers helps bring her portrait of a baby boomer vibrantly to life.

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