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Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever

Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever by L.V. Lewis

“No one is more surprised than I am that I loved this book . . . The title is parody wrapped up in irony cloaked in social commentary with a healthy dollop ofhuor. So don’t be afraid it because of that.” — Nia Forrester, Author of Commitment, Unsuitable Men, The Seduction of Dylan Acosta

I enjoyed Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever, becaue it didn’t take itself too seriously. This isn’t a bandwagon book but a true parody, and that’s what makes it outshine the others. . . If I have one recommendation for Ms. Lewis, it’s this: Find a way to give Triple G and Fairy Hoochie Mama their own book! They’re that funny.” — The Black, Author of Passion’s Nectar, The Neighbor, and Elle Read more »

The Edward Hewitt’s Story by Jana Meador

Author: Jana Meador

Edward Hewitt takes us through the incredible life he has lived. We discover the legacy in an old vintage ring that has been in his family for over a century. Then we uncover his father Lloyd’s secret. There is also Edward’s strong bond through a silver lighter, that his uncle brought from the Klondike, when he was gold mining. Later on, the lighter’s engraved text brings two complete strangers together and bonds them for the rest of their lives Read more »

Kaylee’s Ghost by Rochelle Shapiro

Author: Rochelle Shapiro

In Kaylee’s Ghost, Grandmother Miriam, thrilled that her granddaughter, Violet, seems to be psychic, wants nothing more than the chance to mentor her the way her own Russian grandmother had done with her. But Cara, Miriam’s daughter, a modern businesswoman who remembers all too well the downside of living with her psychic mother, digs in her heels. As things become more fractious in the family, Violet, a brilliant and sensitive child, is torn between her mother and grandmother, until Miriam’s gift backfires, bringing terrible danger to those she loves. Can Miriam put things right in time, or is it already too late Read more »

Verses In Motion by Laura Mercurio Ebohon

Author: Laura Mercurio Ebohon

Verses In Motion is a book with a beautiful contemporary poetic style, melting musical vibes, breathtaking images and inspirational universal messages. The poems in this book are the reflected image of the author’s soul, the representation of her inner parallel life Read more »

A Healing Heart by Melissa Hanson

On a bitter cold winter night Bailey Walsh’s family was killed in a traffic accident. Two years later as she lives with her aunt and uncle in Southern California, Bailey is still plagued by the nightmares of that terrible night. Everywhere around her are reminders of what she lost. Even her aunt, in a cruel twist of fate, is not just her mom’s sister, but her identical twin Read more »

Last Journey of The Ark by Jerome Gainer

A multilingual New York journalist accepts a news anchor post for the second most powerful TV station in Jerusalem, Israel. She will stop at nothing to make her station number one, following any newsworthy subject—even a terrorist Read more »

The Man Who Rode the Tiger by Charles Sailor

The Man Who Rode the Tiger by Charles Sailor

David Kettering, a caring and desperate father, is pitted against the Communist Chinese government to save his daughter from execution in THE MAN WHO RODE THE TIGER. The book is the second novel by New York Times bestselling author, Charles Sailor Read more »

The Second Son by Charles Sailor

The Second Son by Charles Sailor

His name is Joseph Turner, a brave young construction worker, who rescues an imperiled co-worker trapped on a swaying iron girder twenty-four stories high-only to slip and plummet to the pavement below Read more »

Sandmann by Glenna Jarvis

Sandmann by Glenna Jarvis

Hannah Monakee is accustomed to being on the reporting side of crime. When a method killer targets her as his next victim, she struggles against a four-day timeline to figure out how a red rose, a mirror and music fit into his murderous design Read more »