I Choose You 2: A Twisted Love Affair by Kayelle Gee

Melanie and Jason Sanders are trying to recover from the rough patch in their relationship but Melanie is still struggling to part ways with her lover. She’s managed to keep her infidelities hidden from her husband so far but now, the guilt alone seems to be eating her apart.When she finally makes the decision to leave Andre alone in order to save her marriage, Melanie is surprised to find that her “side piece” isn’t too happy to play second best. Now that she’s cut him off, Andre has become beyond irrational and starts getting beside himself. As if that’s nott bad enough, Jason has a brewing secret of his own that may keep him and his wife from fixing things altogether. When Jason finally learns the truth about his devoted wife, what will the price of their infidelities be? Will they pay that with their love or their life?

Author: Kayelle Gee

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A Field Guide to Fire by David Chorlton

The Flagstaff Arts Council selected 10 artists and a poet to contribute to an exhibition addressing the role of fire in forest management. In September of 2014 the group visited the North Rim of the Grand Canyon where numerous fire managers, ecologists, and fighters, spoke about the past, present, and potential futures of fire on the Colorado Plateau. David Chorlton was the poet, and A Field Guide to Fire is the collection of poems he wrote. The book also contains charcoal drawings by Julie Comnick, one of the artists. The poems draw on historic as well as contemporary sources to reflect on differing cultural attitudes toward the use of fire in forests, and they address ecology in the age of climate change. The exhibition, Fires of Change, was conceived as a collaboration between science and art. A Field Guide to Fire is a lyrical response, beautifully balanced by visual art.

Author: David Chorlton

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Damen & Mairi: The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire by Marian Tee

American schoolteacher Mairi Tanner jets off to Greece to teach English in a private ladies’ school and find her own Greek billionaire to marry. But before you think she’s a gold-digger, she’s not. This is a quest for true love (honest!) since unlike other little girls who grew up on bedtime stories about princesses and unicorns, Mairi has been raised by two spinster aunts whose idea of fairytales were of Greek billionaires rescuing modern-day damsels from a tediously mundane and loveless life.And so when she finally meets her knight in Armani? Mairi falls head over heels and thinks right away that a wedding ring is in the offing…until she finds out that Damen Leventis only wants her on temporary terms.Note: 1. This is a 100% escapist laugh-out-loud romantic comedy with lots of sex, delightful fluff, and angst.2. This is the first of a six-part serial and reading order is as follows:The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire (free)The Art of Trusting a Greek BillionaireThe Art of Loving a Greek BillionaireThe Art of Forgiving a Greek BillionaireThe Art of Wedding a Greek BillionaireThe Art of Kissing a Greek Billionaire (free)

Author: Marian Tee

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Open Door: A History of Tacoma Community College by Dale Coleman

On September 13, 1965, Tacoma Community College opened its doors to the public. The founding of the College was the culmination of four years of coordinated effort, steadfast leadership and grassroots community support. Built around the idea that educational opportunity is a critical component of a thriving community, TCC set forth on a mission to bring high-quality, affordable education to all, without regard to means or circumstance. Over the next 50 years, as thousands of students passed through the open door to previously unavailable opportunity and achievement, the strength and resilience of this simple idea would be tested. Through economic hardship, social upheaval, changing job markets and times of crisis both global and local, Tacoma Community College would prove to be an enduring educational institution. This is the story of TCC, as told by the students, faculty, staff and community leaders who helped to build, develop and defend Tacoma’s open door college.

Author: Dale Coleman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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13 Most Haunted Hotels & Inns of New England by Sam Baltrusis

Paranormal researcher and “Ghosts of Salem” author Sam Baltrusis has traveled all over New England in search of the region’s thirteen most haunted hotels and inns. From the Witch City’s Hawthorne Hotel in Salem to the blood-stained Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, Baltrusis breathes new life into the long departed.

Author: Sam Baltrusis

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Bad Moon over Devil’s Ridge (Cassidy Yates Book 4) by I. J. Parnham

When Sheriff Cassidy Yates rode into Eagle Heights he never expected he would be in jail by nightfall on an unfounded murder charge. Although Cassidy answered the charge, it was only at the cost of implicating his own wayward brother in both this murder and the kidnapping of the dead man’s widow.Against an escalating conspiracy of fear operating in the town, Cassidy gains the help of a young newspaper correspondent in his quest to find the real killer and the kidnapped woman. But with gun-toting ranchers and numerous hired guns standing between Cassidy and justice, can he prove his brother’s innocence?

Author: I. J. Parnham

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A Two Sided Truth: An Anthology of A Human Experience by Stephen Waller-Delarosa

In today’s world, there is an emphasis put on differences. It has reached the point that the phrase ‘universally shared experience’ sounds like an oxymoron. But truthfully, there are many experiences and qualities common among humans, namely our ability to create: both abstractly through symbolic language, and concretely through the dexterity of our hands and fingers.

In ‘A Two Sided Truth’, a young college student exercises his ability of creative expression to produce a poetic perspective of the modern day world. He addresses the broad themes of life such as nature and self, as well as more novel ideals such as being a youth in today’s society.

Ultimately, his quest is to uncover truth. But this noble endeavor lands him in an unknown place where truth isn’t singular. His writings attempt to define the elusive two sides of “truth”.

Author: Stephen Waller-Delarosa

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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21 Days of Secrets by J.J. Jackson

~UrbanSnapshot™~Gia lands a job through a temp agency. She has plans to reach the top of her new career, but the women at her office don’t want to see her succeed. Gia won’t let them stop her. They’re just pawns. And she has her lustful eyes set on Ted Fordham and Bill Smith—the two corporate kings.

Author: J.J. Jackson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Von Steuben (The Misadventures of Haole boy Book 3) by Richard Allen Kapuaala

This is the second draft of my manuscript. I’ve changed the ending. I am offering it at a reduced cost and for free in hopes of receiving some feedback for the final draft. Thanks for participating. The story is based on my travel experience in Europe and in particular working for the American Forces Recreational Center. Below is a brief synopsis.I young American finds a job in Germany working at a U.S. Military run Hotel called the Von Steuben. He encounters many colorful people working there and has a few adventures of his own.

Author: Richard Allen Kapuaala

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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