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72 Hours (Ryan Archer #1)
by William Casey Moreton
4.3 Stars (386 Reviews)
Genre: Suspense | Thrillers

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Having survived careers in both the Army and the FBI, Ryan Archer is now content to live a quiet life in a tiny apartment above a surf shop in Santa Cruz, California. He has few possessions and few friends. He works part-time in the little shop downstairs, and spends most of his free hours out on the open water with just his board and the waves. But he is about to be pulled back into action by a voice out of one of his former lives.

He is asked to keep a woman named Lindsay Hammond alive for the next 72 hours, as an army of street thugs, career criminals and professional assassins press in around them from every direction. As they go off the grid, surviving minute to minute, cutting off all contact with the outside world, Lindsay learns to trust Archer in a way she has never trusted anyone before.

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Lazy Love
by Kirsten Osbourne
4.6 Stars (84 Reviews)
Genre: Romance

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On the surface, Valerie Dobson has the perfect life. She’s the star of a popular network drama. She has a loving boyfriend of eight years. Everything she touches turns to gold. But underneath her beautiful exterior, lies a beautiful soul with secrets.
Jesse Savoy has been in love with his lovely co-star since the day they met, and if not for her boyfriend, he’d have begged her to marry him years before. As soon as her relationship fizzles, he drags her off to Vegas for the marriage he desperately wants. Will her fears of intimacy keep her from having the marriage they want? Or will they be able to overcome them together?

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Breakdown: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival series (Dark Road Book 1)
by Bruno Miller
4.3 Stars (299 Reviews)
Genre: Science Fiction | Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Do you have what it takes to survive?

Ben Davis was prepared for disaster. He just didn’t know it would come so soon.

He and his teenage son, Joel, are miles deep in the backcountry of the San Juan Mountains when high-altitude nuclear electromagnetic detonations light up the pre-dawn sky. Ben, Joel, and their dog, Gunner, must make their way home – or to whatever’s left of it – on foot.

Without the ability to communicate with his ex-wife in Maryland, Ben has no idea if Joel’s brother and sister are okay. The two decide they have no options but to head East. Before their journey begins, they venture into town to check Ben’s outdoor store for supplies and discover one of Joel’s classmates, Allie, alone and in desperate need of help.

When Ben realizes Allie’s flight attendant mother is most likely dead and her father lives in Pittsburgh, he knows he has to take her with them. Ben must use the skills he learned as an Army Ranger many years ago to survive the post-apocalyptic world they now live in.

Can he keep himself and two teenagers safe as they navigate the dark and dangerous road ahead?

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Letters from Wishing Rock: (a novel with recipes) (The Wishing Rock Series Book 1)
by Pam Stucky
3.9 Stars (39 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Contemporary Fiction

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A sassy, sexy, and smart small-town romp… with recipes!

If you loved Northern Exposure or other quirky small-town stories of community and friendship, you’ll love Wishing Rock!

After a shattering breakup, Ruby Parker was looking for a new place to call home. She found it in the tiny one-building town called Wishing Rock.

The Wishing Rock Series: Wit, Wisdom, and Recipes!

In this first book in the Wishing Rock series (written as emails), readers are introduced to Ruby Parker. Here she is in her own words:

Date: Today
To: Reader
From: Ruby Parker
Subject: Wishing Rock


You’ve been there, right? You’re in love, you think the other person is too, you’re engaged, even, and then wham! out of left field he goes and breaks it off and it hurts so bad you just want to get away and start fresh?

What? You haven’t been there?

Well, I have.

My fiancé broke off our engagement and decimated my heart, so I moved to this tiny town called Wishing Rock, on Dogwinkle Island. (Once you’ve met Jake, you’ll find out what a dogwinkle is, if you don’t know already. It’s a funny story, actually. But I’m skipping ahead of myself.)

Wishing Rock is different: everyone in the whole town lives in one building. That’s right, everyone. All in one building. It’s cozy and quaint and everyone knows everyone’s business. Including mine.

But I fell in love with these people pretty quickly. Maybe you will, too. There’s Millie, who runs the post office and grocery store and writes the town newsletter. There’s Alexandra, who’s a psychic. (I know, I doubted, too. Maybe I still do. But regardless of whether she’s psychic, she’s pretty wise, and always knows the right thing to say.) There’s Erin, who’s been my friend forever, and who told me about the town. There’s Jake, who is… well, he’s young and handsome and smart, that’s all I’ll say about Jake. And there’s Ed, the grandson of the town’s founder, who’s always at the center of the town’s happenings.

It’s a small place, so we make our own fun. Hoedowns, a group trip to Scotland (you’ll get to meet my Gran, too; I want to be exactly like her when I grow up!), and potlucks — so many potlucks! I’ll share the recipes with you. These people know how to cook.

When you’re down, you need people to lift you up. The people of Wishing Rock opened their arms to me and lifted me up.

So now, I want to introduce them to you.

Come on over to Wishing Rock. And be sure to bring your favorite dish. We’re having a potluck, just for you.


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Declutter Your Life: Reduce Stress, Increase Productivity, and Enjoy Your Clutter-Free Life
by Michelle Stewart
3.9 Stars (181 Reviews)
Genre: Self-Help | Crafts, Hobbies & Home

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Michelle Stewart, author of Declutter Your Life, draws on her professional and personal experiences to craft an easy-to-follow book on reducing clutter in all aspects of your life. She shares personal success stories regarding home, office, and mental clutter and talks about how living in a modern culture can lead to anxiety and depression. Declutter Your Life is full of tips for decluttering physically and mentally, and Stewart provides advice that can be implemented with minimal time and money.

Whether the piles of stuff in your dining and bedroom areas are beginning to drive you crazy, or you need to make some changes to your office space, this book can help. If you are tired all the time because you never have a minute to yourself, or racing thoughts about what you need to do the next day are keeping you awake at night, this book can help. From dealing with social situations and managing your calendar, to learning to relax and reduce mental stress, Michelle Stewart walks the reader through actionable steps toward a more organized, low-stress life. With information on how to get the entire family involved in decluttering, this is the perfect manual for living a clutter-free life.

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