Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Book Discovery Day! (Tuesday, April 19)

It's Book Discovery Day! Twice a week we bring you a selection of books that are newly-published, or that have been overlooked.

Every great book was once a hidden gem. Browse through the books below and start your own discovery!

Book Discovery - newly-published and overlooked books!
Sweet Surrender, by Jeanie Freeman Harper
Another romantic suspense novel from the author of the best seller “September Song”:


Eva Marie Lejeune becomes the reluctant heiress of a Louisiana sugar cane farm known as Winderlee. Upon his deathbed, her grandfather Lucien rewrites his will to disinherit his son, Eva's father, who disappeared twenty years earlier. It is Eva, raised by the harsh hand of her grandfather, who uncovers all the well kept secrets tied to the decline of the estate and her grandfather's surprising past —secrets known only to the parish priest, who has hidden all in an attempt to protect her.
As the new owner of Winderlee, Eva struggles to rebuild a failing empire and rescue her disturbed mother from a harsh confinement...
                     
The Red Caves, by S.K. Holder
A Sci-Fi Fantasy Adventure
Far away from the city of Pareus, deep in the Red Caves where the Outsiders live, the disgraced scientist, Skelos Dorm, is busy conducting a controversial experiment.

He is safe from the prying eyes of The Establishment. That is, until a phenomenal discovery becomes his undoing...
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A Murder in Time: A Novel, by Julie McElwain
When brilliant FBI agent Kendra Donovan stumbles back in time and finds herself in a 19th century English castle under threat from a vicious serial killer, she scrambles to solve the case before it takes her life—200 years before she was even born.

Beautiful and brilliant, Kendra Donovan is a rising star at the FBI. Yet her path to professional success hits a speed bump during a disastrous raid where half her team is murdered, a mole in the FBI is uncovered and she herself is severely wounded. As soon as she recovers, she goes rogue and travels to England to assassinate the man responsible for the deaths of her teammates.



While fleeing from an unexpected assassin herself, Kendra escapes into a stairwell ...
                     
Flying on Fabric, by Marc Rossi
As if being thirteen is not hard enough, Ann Wilson has just moved to Indiantown where she knows no one. One day while on a dare from some rambunctious boys, Ann sneaks into a crop duster’s hangar to steal something. After she nabs a rusty screwdriver, Ann mistakenly thinks she has been successful—until the cantankerous old crop duster, Jack, catches her in the act, causing Ann to accidentally damage his plane while making her great escape.


With help from the police, Jack demands that Ann repay the damage by working at his hangar. After Ann reluctantly shows up for her punishment, she learns that his son died in World War II and that Jack blames himself for his death. But when the ornery boys return to crime scene to inq...
                     
The Brotherhood, by Maxwell Bond
Oasis was a space station just outside Earth's orbit that was designed to be a shelter for mankind after the surface had been irreparably destroyed by a nuclear attack. It was man's second chance, where they could be free of the petty politics that had caused them to destroy the planet. Under the guidance of the Brotherhood of Man, the inhabitants of Oasis lived happily—free of war, poverty and crime. Nobody ever went hungry and they all knew their place from the time they were born.

Luc was going to be a pilot. It would be his job to shoot through the stars and transport men and women to different planets. It was a coveted opportunity, one that he was happy to take advantage of. First, though, he would have to go down to th...
                     
Nothing Venture, by Patricia Wentworth
A courageous heroine risks her life to save the man she loves

Jervis Weare is in a predicament. According to Ambrose Weare’s will, his grandson must marry within three months or the vast estate goes to his great-niece: Jervis’s fiancĂ©e Rosamund Carew. But the deceiving society beauty has just dumped Jervis, which leaves him scrambling to find another bride.

Nan Forsyth has secretly loved Jervis for ten years. He has no inkling that Nan once saved his life and is now about to come to his rescue again. She knows that with her working-class background and the emotionally fragile sister she’s raising on her own, she’s hardly the proper wife for Jervis. Yet marry him she does; though to Jervis,...
                     
The Ghost of Henry Cotton, by Bill Riales
It's normal in this sleepy town nestled up close to the Mississippi River in the Delta; the land that is the birthplace of the blues. They serve iced tea and beer in mason jars. The Friday lunch special at the Plantation Inn is sometimes fried frog legs. What isn't normal is what began to unravel the town in the days after Henry Cotton died. Henry kept a secret for more than a decade; long after high school and his college years. He knew there was a dark side to life in the Delta that most people only gossiped about. He knew it had to come out.

This tale of southern noir takes place at a time when some secrets were a little easier to keep as long as nobody was poking around. But when Henry dies, Sue Cotton is faced with putting...
                     
Paper Princess: A Novel (The Royals Book 1), by Erin Watt
“This generation’s Cruel Intentions.” Jennifer L. Armentrout, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

From strip clubs and truck stops to southern coast mansions and prep schools, one girl tries to stay true to herself.

These Royals will ruin you…

Ella Harper is a survivor—a pragmatic optimist. She’s spent her whole life moving from town to town with her flighty mother, struggling to make ends meet and believing that someday she’ll climb out of the gutter. After her mother’s death, Ella is truly alone. 

Until Callum Royal appears, plucking Ella out of poverty and tossing her into his posh mansion among his five sons who all hate her. Each Royal boy is more magnetic than the l...
                     

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