Enter for a chance to win an ARC of this stunning debut novel about a teenage girl and her mother as they grapple with first love, family secrets, and tragedy.
THE BOOK THAT HAS DIVIDED A NATION.
What would you do if someone hurt the one you love?
In book 1 of J.K. Franko's shocking Talion series, couple Susie and Roy take the law into their own hands with devastating consequences.
When EYE for EYE was launched in April in London, it immediately divided readers. What did Susie and Roy do? And were they justified?
The Brits are divided on everything but one thing; 5 star reviews!
Now, It's America's turn to decide.
ADD EYE for EYE to your TO READ shelf now to find out!
Enter for your chance to win 1 of 100 paperback copies of Paul Tremblay's national bestselling novel, THE CABIN AT THE END OF THE WORLD!
"The Cabin at the End of the World is Tremblay’s personal best. It’s that good.” —Stephen King
The Bram Stoker Award-winning author of A Head Full of Ghosts—and upcoming anthology Growing Things and Other Stories (coming 7/2)—adds an inventive twist to the home invasion horror story in a heart-palpitating novel of psychological suspense that recalls Stephen King’s Misery, Ruth Ware’s In a Dark, Dark Wood, and Jack Ketchum’s cult hit The Girl Next Door.
From the fascist Franco regime to Hollywood’s glamour—an epic historical novel based on the meteoric rise of one of the world’s most celebrated restaurateurs.
Ceferino Carrión is desperate for a new life—one of opportunity, fortune, and fame. But he knows he’ll never find this life in war-torn Spain. With his home country under the heel of the devastating Franco dictatorship and call-up papers on his doorstep, Cefe knows there’s only one thing he can do: run.
A new life awaits in America, as does a new name—Jean Leon. From the concrete valleys of the Bronx to the sun-soaked hills of California, Jean crosses paths with legendary superstars, political powerhouses, and dangerous mobsters as he flees his past and pursues his dreams. With friends like Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean to see him through, Jean soon gets his own taste of stardom, opening his glamourous Beverly Hills restaurant, La Scala, to nightly swarms of celebrities.
But with every new adrenaline rush of celebrity, Jean is further distanced from everyone he loves. Only in searching through his ever-receding past in Barcelona can he find the key to unlock the dream life he has risked so much to build.
Win a SIGNED hardcover of one of Goodread's Hottest Fantasy Books of the Summer before its release day!
Each culture has its own myths and legends, but only one is shared, and it is feared by all.
Coming in July from Michael J. Sullivan (New York Times, USA Today, and Washington Post bestselling author) is the 4th book in the Legends of the First Empire. For those who haven't started the series, recaps for the previous 3 books are posted online (https://firstempireseries.com/book-re...)
Here is a brief overview from the back of the book:
In Legends of the First Empire, fantasy master Michael J. Sullivan has riveted readers with a tale of unlikely heroes locked in a desperate battle to save mankind. After years of warfare, humanity has gained the upper hand and has pushed the Fhrey to the edge of their homeland, but no farther. Now comes the pivotal moment. Persephone’s plan to use the stalemate to seek peace is destroyed by an unexpected betrayal that threatens to hand victory to the Fhrey and leaves a loved one in peril. Humanity’s only hope lies in the legend of a witch, a forgotten song, and a simple garden door.
"A brilliant sequel which fulfilled both my eager anticipation and high expectations, Age of Legend takes the First Empire series to another level of greatness with the promise of a showstopper by its finale." -- T.S. Chan at Novel Notions.
An adult summer camp heats up quickly in this simmering romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jill Sanders.
Zoey Rowlett knows putting her savings into a run-down summer camp is risky. But River Camp has sentimental value—it’s where she met her best friends and coinvestors. Their plan is to turn the Florida camp into a sexy retreat for wealthy snowbirds looking for love, and if Zoey finds love, too, that would be just fine.
Dylan Rhodes and his brothers are on a secret mission to find their father. He’s absconded with a large sum of money, and Dylan thinks he might be buzzing around this wild new summer camp. Hoping for answers, Dylan takes a job at the camp. But every time he sees Zoey, he forgets what he’s looking for.
Zoey and Dylan have a lot on their plates already, but all they want to do is devour each other. Can Dylan keep his eyes off Zoey’s bikini and stay focused? And can Zoey keep her hands off Dylan long enough to run the camp?
Enter for a free chance to win one of 100 kindle copies of Daisy Has Autism by Aaron J. Wright.
Daisy Has Autism tells the story of one family’s harrowing experience with public special education, and captures the story universally experienced by millions of special needs families. In sleepy Davis, California, the Russell family remarkably find themselves first navigating the complexities of autism with their dog and then with their daughter. While seeking to enroll their daughter in special education at their local public school, the Russells quickly find themselves at odds with a school district determined to escape its responsibilities. What they experience, and how they prevail, will resonate with every parent who has struggled to have their special needs child appropriately served.
A candid memoir of denial, stolen identities, betrayal, faking it, and coming out.
Do you know me?, the email began, sparking tremors of fear that turned into a full quake of panic when William Dameron discovered that his selfie had been stolen by strangers. On social networks and dating sites, his image and identity—a forty-year-old straight white male—had been used to hook countless women into believing in lies of love and romance. Was it all an ironic cosmic joke? Almost a decade prior, William himself had been living a lie that had lasted for more than twenty years. His secret? He was a gay man, a fact he hid from his wife and two daughters for almost as long as he had hidden it from himself.
In this emotional and unflinchingly honest memoir of coming out of the closet late in life, owning up to the past, and facing the future, William Dameron confronts steroid addiction, the shame and homophobia of his childhood, the sledgehammer of secrets that slowly tore his marriage apart, and his love for a gay father of three that would once again challenge the boundaries of trust. At the true heart of The Lie is a universal story about turning self-doubt into self-acceptance and about pain, anger, and the long journey of both seeking and giving forgiveness.