With Dignity by Jill Leach-Klajic
Family Saga | With Dignity tells a revealing story about an Ozark family held together by stubborn pride, fierce loyalty and love. It captures the unique hardscrabble life of the the rural South per-World War 1. With Dignity is full of head shaking, heart rendering moments that speak to the human condition. (Continue)
Waiting for Aegina: Book Two in The Gift Saga by Effie Kammenou Speyer
Women’s Fiction | Some friendships are meant to last a lifetime.
Evanthia’s Gift continues…
Through triumphs and sorrows the bond between Sophia and her lifelong friends cannot be broken as they stand together to overcome life-altering obstacles while trying to regain the lighthearted optimism of their youth. (Continue)
Europa Journal by Jack Castle
Science Fiction | In 2168, a mysterious five-sided pyramid is discovered on the ocean floor of Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa. Commander Mac O’Bryant and her team of astronauts find the body of a missing World War II pilot, whose hands clutch a journal detailing what happened to him after he and his crew were abducted by aliens. (Continue)
Evanthia’s Gift: Book One in The Gift Saga by Effie Kammenou
Women’s Fiction | This Greek American family saga follows a multigenerational story of love, loyalty, and culture. An emotional novel about family bonds and the difficult pull between home and heritage. From Greece to New York. From the 1950’s to the 1990’s. Two generations of passionate woman overcome life’s struggles to chase their dreams. (Continue)
Never Summer by Tim Blaine
Historical Fiction | And Death’s lustful eyes, dark and menacing, glowed hotter behind another facade, the mask that he had called life, beautiful, disturbing. Still, he could not look away from the masquerade. It seemed a terrible mistake, for the great mystery was never in the mask, but in what lay behind it. (Continue)
One Summer Night by Caridad Pineiro
Romance | With keen interest, Owen Pierce took note of the three women as they hurried away from the dais and into the Sinclair mansion.
“Put your eyes back in your head, Bro. She’s nothing but trouble,” Jon warned in low tones.
Owen bit back the retort that if anyone knew about trouble, it was his brother. Jonathan had always marched to a different drummer (Continue)