A second chance to prove that love never fails.
This Christian romance book will have you laughing and crying.
A feel-good story of love, heartbreak, happiness, friendship, and happily-ever-after.
Jenna Baxter has seen more tragedy in her twenty-three years than a lot of people see in their lifetime. Her mother died, and her father fell off the wagon. Her well-meaning friends helped her get help from a shelter, but then she got caught up in the system and no one knew what had happened to her.
Jenna spent six years, trying to get over being abandoned by everyone she knew and cared for. Making mistake after mistake, she finally found a counselor who helped her see her self-destructive behavior for what it was. Now, her father has passed away, and she is required to return to her hometown to take care of his final estate. Back to the place where those she had once called friends had so callously ignored her once she was no longer amongst them on a day-to-day basis.
When Trey ...
Swann in Love, a book within a book contained within the first volume, Swann's Way, of Marcel Proust's seven-volume In Search of Lost Time, is an excellent entry point into Proust's work and a compelling standalone novel. In its pages, the portrait of a stormy love affair between the courtesan Odette de Crécy and upper-class socialite Charles Swann gives way to profound meditations on love and jealousy.
The translation is by Matthew Rochon and was published in 2017.
In this adventure classic by Jules Verne - A dangerous buccaneer is in search of a weapon of mass destruction must be stopped before it's too late.
Jules Verne was a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction.
Genre: Classics Length: 88 Pages (1,408 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 31st, 2020
A brutal storm. A cryptic message. A life changed... forever.
Melody de Lyon's cozy New Orleans bookstore is her pride and joy - until a violent hurricane sweeps it all away. Forced to flee the storm by boat with her ailing grandmother, she wonders how she will ever pick up the pieces of this disaster.
Then, in a fevered state, her grandmother utters a cryptic message that sets Melody on the quest of a lifetime: "Go to White Castle."
With nothing left to lose, Melody seeks out the old mansion - a beautiful Southern relic haunted by secrets. Once there, she finds Britt Mandeville, the handsome and charming White Castle caretaker.
Fireworks erupt between them and Melody's attraction is stronger than she's ever experienced with a man before, but any hopes of a relationship are dashed when she discovers that Britt is already engaged to another woman.
When Melody stumbles across a strange 60-year-old photograph in the house, she is determined to find answers - and the shocking ...
Having been drawn to the wild for a number of years, young Luke McKinney is forced to leave 1839 St.Louis for the North Country even sooner than he expected to go. At seventeen, along with a female companion and an elderly father figure, he is literally running for his life.
With the Law pursuing him and the wilderness unforgiving, he finds himself caught up in a survival system that has nothing to do with civilization or laws.
Then the unthinkable happens, the only love of his life is taken from him. It is during the pursuit of her captors that Luke finds a strength and determination that will shape his moral existence for the remainder of his life.
This is the first book of a trilogy that spans the lives of Luke McKinney and Breanne Bruyere, their undying love, through hell and high water, for over fifty years.
Daring, thrilling, romantic, historic. What else is there? 'Unforgetable!'
This carefully crafted ebook: "Treasure Island (The Unabridged Illustrated Edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Treasure Island is an adventure novel by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, narrating a tale of "buccaneers and buried gold". Stevenson conceived of the idea of Treasure Island (originally titled, "The Sea Cook: A Story for Boys") from a map of an imaginary, romantic island idly drawn by Stevenson and his stepson on a rainy day in Braemar, Scotland. Plot: An old sailor, calling himself "the captain" comes to lodge at the Admiral Benbow Inn on the west English coast during the mid-1700s, paying the innkeeper's son, Jim Hawkins, a few pennies to keep a lookout for a one-legged "seafaring man." A seaman with intact legs shows up, frightening Billy -- who drinks far too much rum -- into a stroke, and Billy tells Jim that his former shipmates covet the contents of his sea chest. After a visit from yet another man, Billy ...
Genre: Classics Length: 123 Pages (2,835 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 31st, 2020
Frank Urwin is a journalist and a special reporter of a highly respectable London daily newspaper, always in search of a good story. One day he gets a telegram from his acquaintance Inspector Patterson, to meet him at the station. Patterson is visibly nervous as he tells him about a bizarre event at the house nearby. Together they visit the place and find young couple dead, and while they are still there the telephone rings and the strange voice asks to meet them the next day. When they report murders and come back with more police force, the body of the dead woman is switched with another.
William Le Queux (1864-1927) was an Anglo-French writer who mainly wrote in the genres of mystery, thriller, and espionage, particularly in the years leading up to World War I. His best-known works are the anti-French and anti-Russian invasion fantasy "The Great War in England in 1897" and the anti-German invasion fantasy "The Invasion of 1910."
Genre: Classics Length: 241 Pages (2,298 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 30th, 2020
When Mr. Henry Dashwood dies, his house, Norland Park, must pass directly to his grandson, the son of John Dashwood, the child of the elder Dashwood's first wife. His second wife, Mrs. Dashwood, and their daughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret, inherit only a small income, but John makes a promise to his father that he will take care of his half-sisters. However, John's greedy wife, Fanny, persuades him to renege on the promise and the Dashwood women soon become the unwelcome guests in Norland Park. Mrs. Dashwood decides to move her family to Barton Cottage in Devonshire, near the home of her cousin, Sir John Middleton. The story follows the young women to their new home with their widowed mother, a meager cottage on the property of a distant relative, where they experience love, romance and heartbreak.
Genre: Classics Length: 335 Pages (2,021 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 30th, 2020