Saturday, July 29, 2017

Books of the Week - July 29, 2017 - Take Out and Reading Sounds Good tonight

Featured Books of the Week
July 29, 2017



Fans of dark paranormal romance will love the Keepers of Eternity series by Devyn Quinn!


“Devyn Quinn writes compelling characters, a chilling and gripping story, and a setting that is easily seen within your mind’s eye.” —Rogues and Romance Reviews



Morgan Saint-Evanston has prevailed over every demented beast sprung from the otherworld, but now he finds himself tormented by an earthside foe who could destroy everything he’s built in the mortal realm. Forced to turn to a magickal ally to preserve the sanctity of Blackthorne Manor and safeguard its secrets, he discovers that the bewitching creature’s services come at a chilling price: the very part of his soul that harbors his humanity.



Julienne Blackthorne is bonded to Morgan by blood, but the emotional and erotic ties that bind them are fraying as his lost humanity sends him spiraling downward to the furthest extremes of darkness and depravity. As Julienne struggles to save the man she loves from utter and eternal ruin, she must delve into her own dark powers at the risk of forsaking her sanity.



As Morgan and Julienne steel themselves to do battle with his greatest inner demons and those who would deny him his legacy, they must confront the very real threat that his fragmented psyche will lead him to the edge of self-destruction—and the destruction of all they hold dear, both in this world and in their hearts.






Having a moderately successful business and two grown up children, Fiona thought her life was fairly settled. She was unprepared for the impact that her husbands purchase of an old fishing boat would have. Shemaron: A Beautiful Endeavour is the story of her growing involvement on a practical and historical level whilst dealing with the inevitable frustrations of renovating an old boat. The turbulent and intimate interaction between fishermen and the sea is often considered alongside personal observations made from the deck of the ring net boat Shemaron. Poetical prose and historical interludes are woven into accounts of voyages undertaken whilst she and her husband have enjoyed guardianship of this historical boat.





Two headstrong women in their forties coming from different moral directions clash within the confines of a French-Canadian mill town in northern Rhode Island's Blackstone Valley. Their narratives relate how an heirloom quiche recipe and baking rivalry redress misconceptions, misdeeds, and maliciousness which wreak havoc on those caught in the crossfire of a tragedy precipitated by reckless conduct. 


Augusta Bergeron: Dysfunctional.  Deceptive. Demure.  More than meets the eye at face value and stuck in a holding pattern, the town siren engages in morally destructive behavior she attributes to maternal abandonment until she eggs-humes her mother's quiche recipe. 



Lindsay Metcalfe: Pedigreed.  Privileged. Proper. Mourning the recent death of her mother, the historian-in-residence hailing from Boston sets out to preserve the legacy of an impoverished mill, but gets more than she bargains for all around. 
*Some explicit content.





More great books to check out

My Lonely Room
by John A. Vikara

Life wasn't so great when you didn't have much of a relationship with your parents or the ability to play street games while growing up in the fifties. You would rather be secluded in your lonely room, using your imagination to write stories and draw comic books than to be drowned in negativity by your mother or humiliated by your peers. All of this can change for Jimmy Yadenik when he meets Johnny, his soon to be mentor and member of the Vandals, a street gang, and he applies for membership. But the transition won't be easy.

Nocturnia: Her Dark Angel of the Night
by Scerina Elizabeth

He was her guardian angel who have always watched over her all her life, only to fall madly deeply in love with her. He had a dark secret that would soon turn not only her world upside down but all of mankind’s as well.

Traitor's Niece
(The Complications Of Being Lucy Book 3)
by Gus Kenney

Lucy is a pawn. A dark means to a deadly end.
An enemy, burning with centuries of betrayal, has made the opening move to shatter an already divided empire. His first step, the slaying of one of Lucy's guardians.

Unseen
Book one of the Merrybella series
by L. A. Rogers

After years of training around the world, Merrybella returns to her hometown and family to find she no longer fits there. She finds her future is more of an adventure than she had ever expected.

Horns of the Devil
by Marc Rainer

Author Marc Rainer brings more than three decades of investigative and prosecutorial experience to this follow-up to his hit novel "Capital Kill." "Horns of the Devil" provides a view into one of the most deadly organized crime threats facing the United States today, and takes the reader on a gripping ride through murder investigations complicated by Washington politics and international intrigue.

HARD TO REGRET
by Kirs Pearson

If ever a man needed tenderness, it’s Jason Jones. If ever a woman needed excitement, it’s Anna Wynn. Forced to endure each other’s company for one wild week in a beach-house, mutual frustration and undeniable attraction pull them together – but for how long?

The Lucky Cat Shop
by Debi Matlack

Maeve Kavanaugh wasn't sure what she wanted from life, but her grandfather's old junk store definitely wasn't it.
The Lucky Cat Shop was Poppy's headache, not hers. Still, the sneaky old man made sure she had no choice about taking over. A series of events lead her not only to store ownership but a whole host of things that, until then, she'd never known existed and really wished she could forget about.

 Police-Man
by Gary Hodgkinson

If you want to fight crime, you don't need a ridiculous costume, you certainly don't need a phallic helmet, you need to join the Police, they'll even pay you for it. This guy, well he almost gets it.

Witch Trinity - The Glove: Book Two
by David Jones
BOOK TWO OF THE WITCH TRINITY SAGA
A SUPERNATURAL SERIES FOR THIS GENERATION
“ Hope is found in the dark. Knowing this is the key to its control. My mother, the Hag witch, spent a lifetime ensuring my understanding of this.” 

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