2012 Releases

Left to Love by Jolene B Perry

June 28, 2012

The endless medications, needles, side effects… What would be left of me to love? Leigh’s life is shaping up to be pretty perfect. She married the father of a little boy she fell in love with. They live in a nice house, on a quiet street, and her hobby of a sewing business is keeping […]

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The Penitent by C. David Belt

June 27, 2012

In 6,000 years no vampire has ever defied Lilith, Queen of the vampires…until now. Moira and Carl Morgan have saved their city from the horror of Michael and his evil wives, but victory has come at terrible cost. And there are consequences to every choice, every victory. Word has spread that someone has broken Lilith’s […]

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A Farewell to Charms by Lindsey Leavitt

June 27, 2012

Desi Bascomb is a princess substitute prodigy—she’s the fastest employee ever to advance to level three in the Facade Agency, and the youngest to ever be a full-time sub. But now with all eyes on Desi, the only thing she wants is a moment alone to talk to Reed, who’s a Façade legacy and secretly […]

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Wayne of Gotham by Tracy Hickman

June 26, 2012

Two men separated by murder: Thomas, the rebellious doctor and heir to the vast Wayne empire, and Bruce, his son, whose life is forever altered by witnessing his parents’ murder. The slaying of Thomas and Martha Wayne is the torturous point on which Bruce turns to become Batman. The Dark Knight’s file on the case […]

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Flight from Blithmore by Jacob Gowans

June 25, 2012

Henry Vestin is neither a fearless adventurer nor a daring swordsman, he’s a master carpenter who only wants to marry Isabelle Oslan. Isabelle’s father, however, will stop at nothing to prevent their marriage. When her father’s plotting attracts the interest of a king and an emperor, Henry mounts a heroic rescue which makes himself, Isabelle, […]

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Millstone City by S.P. Bailey

June 25, 2012

Elder Carson works in Olinda, an ancient city on the northeastern coast of Brazil. It is lush green, full of old churches and white-sand beaches and drug traffickers protecting their turf. One night, Carson is homesick and wide awake. The midnight hour is humid and hot. It is February, and carnaval is in full swing. […]

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Caribbean Crossroads by Connie E Sokol

June 23, 2012

New college grad Megan McCormick just got dumped. Hard. Swearing off men and relationships, Megan is coaxed into performing on a cruise ship where she meets the star performer, Bryant Johnson. Handsome and charismatic, he looks like trouble, but she can’t deny the intense attraction between them. Urged to find a wife and run the […]

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No Sudden Moves by Heather Horrocks

June 22, 2012

Is there anything a mother won’t do to keep her children safe? Karri O’Brien has everything she’d always thought would make her happy—a wealthy husband, two children and a lovely home. But it’s the things she never dreamed of that have made her life unbearable—the insults, the threats, the beatings. She believes the only way […]

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Beauty and the Beast by Jenni James

June 21, 2012

A prince by day and a wolf by night— Prince Alexander has been turned into a werewolf and has one year to find someone to love the beast and break the spell, or he will be a wolf forever. He has nearly given up achieving the impossible, knowing no girl would ever fall in love […]

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Table for Two by Sheryl Johnson

June 20, 2012

Being a legal secretary is not exactly Jana Barrowman’s dream job, so when recently widowed Alex Steadman contacts her about the résumé she sent in more than a year ago with a job offer for a creative consultant position, she puts some serious thought into accepting it. The problem is, if she takes the new […]

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Evading Babylon by Chad Daybell

June 20, 2012

Go ye out from Babylon; gather ye out from among the nations. Doctrine and Covenants 133:7 In the near future, the world as we know it will suddenly change. Natural disasters will lead to economic difficulties, leaving the United States on the edge of collapse. During this time of strife, members of the LDS Church […]

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Adventures of Lilli and Zane: The Golden Flute by Catherine Lanigan

June 19, 2012

She held up the flashlight and this time a very odd symbol caught her eye. It was a round ring and inside the ring was a pyramid and superimposed over it was a cross, like the cross hairs on a gun site. Instinctively, she reached out to touch the symbol. Just before impact, an electrical […]

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Murder by the Way by Betsy Brannon Green

June 18, 2012

As Kennedy Killingsworth prepares to step into the next phase of her life alongside her soon-to-be husband, Luke, the past reemerges and interrupts with full force. Luke is suddenly called away to testify at a Marine Corps trial and is forced to leave Kennedy soon after they are declared husband and wife. Then an old […]

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The Lady and the Fool by Kristen D. Randle

June 16, 2012

When young Thomas falls afoul of his hot-tempered Lord, the beautiful Lady Avvin seizes the opportunity to corral her minions and drag them off on a mad-cap escape. Flaunting tradition and probably good sense, she leads her motley crew off on a journey of mayhem and mystery—straight through to the very heart of magic. The […]

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