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IMPULSE should be read after the complete PULSE series, which is available now. From New York Times and USA Today Bestseller author, Deborah Bladon, the continuing story of Nathan and Jessica. Nathan Moore had everything any man could ever dream of. He was a successful attorney in Manhattan, he was in love with the woman of his dreams and he could see his future planned out before him. All of that changed when he took a trip into his girlfriend's past. Jessica Roth has only shared the details of her life that she wanted Nathan to know. She's been careful and diligent in presenting a past that she believes will help her fit into his future. She doesn't realize that he's about to discover the one secret that she's worked hard to hide for the past six years. He can't let anything come between them. She won't let him love her the way he needs to. Will they be able to finally have the

Full Circle

Written By: Hart, Riley


Nothing in life is ever easy, and no one is more painfully aware of that than Josiah Evans, Mateo Sanchez, and Tristan Croft. They know what they want—each other—but with three people as broken as they are, all those pieces aren't so easily mended. Josiah is their glue. All he wants is to give his men what they need. Mateo wants to absolve himself of his sins. To be worthy of love and to protect it. Tristan must let go of his past, must learn how to need, and what it really means to take care of someone. To keep the balance intact, they all have their roles to play. But what happens if the balance shifts? What happens when someone doesn’t play the right part? If one of them falters, they all feel the strain. The only way to complete their full circle is for all their pieces, despite the curves and rough edges, to fit together perfectly. To do that, Josiah, Mateo, and Tristan must learn to get over the pasts that have defined who they are. And when an old enemy returns and threatens the foundation of their new life, decisions will be made, and boundaries will be tested that could change their lives forever.


[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters, HEA] Parker Southard grew up in a very strange family. All he wanted was to be normal. He shunned what his grandmother tried to teach him. But soon he finds that the one thing he tried to run from has caught up to him and the thing that he turned his back on might be the very thing that saves him. When Rayne DeSilva pulls a car crash victim from a bad wreckage on the back roads of Brac Village, he soon learns that the man he has been looking for his entire life might not survive. It was a miracle that Parker was even alive. When Marino Malone discovers Parker's secret, he sends in his two goons to kidnap Parker. But little does Marino know that Parker isn’t so easily threatened. Rayne must convince Parker to embrace who he is if his mate is not only going to survive, but have a fighting chance at happiness.


In The Sweet Hereafter, Russell Banks tells a story that begins with a school bus accident. Using four different narrators, Banks creates a small-town morality play that addresses one of life's most agonizing questions: when the worst thing happens, who do you blame? Amazon.com Review Atom Egoyan's Oscar-nominated The Sweet Hereafter is a good movie, remarkably faithful to the spirit of Russell Banks's novel of the same name, but Banks's book is twice as good. With the cool logic of accreting snowflakes, his prose builds a world--a small U.S. town near Canada--and peoples it with four vivid, sensitive souls linked by a school-bus tragedy: the bus driver; the widowed Vietnam vet who was driving behind the bus, waving at his kids, when it went off the road; the perpetually peeved negligence lawyer who tries to shape the victims' heartaches into a winning case; and the beauty-queen cheerleader crippled by the crash, whose testimony will determine everyone's fate. We experience the story from inside the heads of the four characters in turn--each knowing things the others don't, each misunderstanding the facts in his or her own way. The method resembles Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury and Gilbert Sorrentino's stunning Aberration of Starlight, but Banks's achievement is most comparable to John Updike's tales of ordinary small-towners preternaturally gifted with slangy eloquence, psychological insights, and alertness to life's tiniest details. Egoyan's film is haunting but vague--it leaves viewers in the dark regarding several critical plot points. Banks's book is more haunting still, and precise, making every revelation count, with a finale far superior to that of the film. It's also wittier than the too-sober flick: the lawyer dismisses the dome-dwelling hippie parents of one of the crash victims as being "lost in their Zen Little Indians fantasy," which casts a sharp light on them and him, too. He's lost in his calculations of how each parent will fit into the legal system, and the ways in which he fits into the tragedy are lost on him. If only he and the Vietnam-vet dad could read each other's account of their tense first encounter, both of them might get what the other is missing. Banks's wit is pitiless--it's painful when we discover that the bus driver, who prides herself on interpreting for her stroke-impaired husband, is translating his wise but garbled observations all wrong. The crash turns out not to be the ultimate tragedy: in the cold northern light of its aftermath, we discover that we're all in this alone. From Publishers Weekly With resonating effect, Banks ( Continental Drift ; Affliction ) tackles the provocative subject of a fatal accident involving children, and its effect on a small community. On a frigid, snowy morning in the Adirondacks, veteran school bus driver Dolores Driscoll goes off the road, carrying 14 children to their deaths. Dolores survives; hers is the first and the last narrative voice here. Plainspoken and pragmatic, Dolores and her crippled husband have been longtime residents of the close-knit, economically depressed town of Sam Dents, but the accident makes her an outcast. The flat, almost uninflected voice of Vietnam vet and recent widower Billy Ansel, who witnessed the accident, reflects the numbness he now seeks: both his children died in the crash. Though Banks makes too much of Billy's "noble" character, he effectively portrays the man's refuge in drink and his downhill slide. When he introduces the obsessive, enraged voice of New York negligence lawyer Mitchell Stephens, who hopes to manipulate the bereaved into bringing suit against anyone he can find to blame, Banks jolts the narrative into high gear, and uses Stephens's contempt for the grieving parents--their "sagging porches and rusting pickup trucks"--to render a clear sociological portrait of the community. Beautiful teenager Nicholesp ok? Burnell, crippled as a result of her injuries, takes revenge in her own way, propelling the novel to a moving denouement. Banks handles his dark theme with judicious restraint, empathy and compassion; the result is that this book is less downbeat than his previous works--and more powerful. 30,000 first printing; $45,000 ad/promo. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.


Review They just keep getting better and better... a very entertaining and sexy story. Reviewer Top Pick! (Robin Night Owl Romance 20090929) Wisdom does a truly wonderful job mixing passion, danger and outrageous antics into a tasty blend that's sure to satisfy. --4.5/5 Stars (Jill M. Smith The Romantic Times Book Review 20091001) Full of magic, love and some other paranormal elements, this series is hard to put down once you get started. (Amber Chalmers ParaNormalRomance.org 20091001) A sexy, funny and flirty novel - I recommend it to anyone who just wants a feel good read. (Nely Sanchez All About the {n} 20091001) Wisdom's characters are quirky and outlandish, but the magic is in the fun these characters have with one another. (Serena Agusto-Cox Savvy Verse & Wit 20091001) Fun, flirty, with a dash of sex appeal, danger and a double dose of witchy magic! (Angela Wilson Pop Syndicate 20091002) Delightful...Linda Wisdom left no one and nothing out of this fun tale. (Read with Tea 20091005) Sexy and entertaining, a fast paced, quick read, packed with fun characters and situations. (Hilcia Musings of a Bibliophile 20091005) It's fun, it's sassy, it's sexy, and it's oh-so well-written. (Poppy Long and Short of It Reviews 20091005) This is a wonderfully light paranormal romance, that is fun and entertaining. (Book Chick City 20091009) Romance, magic and adventure! (Anna Anna's Book Blog 20091012) Wisdom smoothly mixes up a new adventure that's equal parts humor, romance, and magical action. (Kimberly Swan Darque Reviews 20091012) Wisdom creates fun, magical worlds peopled with unique characters you love or love to hate. Better still, she creates love stories that warm the heart and make the reader glad to read them. (Lynda K. Scott Star-Crossed Romance 20091012) A fabulous escape from reality... (Darlene Smoliak Peeking Between the Pages 20091014) Hex in High Heels puts a spicy spin the paranormal romance genre. (Monie Garcia Reading with Monie 20091014) Linda Wisdom's characters are entertaining, with their capers and antics throughout the story. (Audrey Salick Drey's Library 20091015) No one combines suspense, sex, magic, and humor as well as Linda Wisdom. (Lesa H. Lesa's Book Critiques 20091016) Linda Wisdom definitely has a great funny bone, and had me laughing throughout this entire story. (Rachael Diamond Enchanted by Books 20091016) Linda Wisdom never disappoints. (Roxanne Rhoads Fang-tastic Books 20091019) A sexy, hexy romance. (Robyn Roberts Once Upon a Romance 20091019) If you love a little witty humor, yearn for unbridled desire and fascinated with supernatural beings, then the Hex series is a must read. (Amy Ramsey Ramsey's Reviews 20091021) Sassy, witty, and chaotic with a splash of romance and humor turn Hex in High Heels into a perfect treat! (Wendy Hines Wendy's Minding Spot 20091026) The setting is great. The eroticism sizzles. The whole book will draw you in. (Dee Dailey The Romance Studio 20091027) Hex in High Heels is another fun read that'll definitely get you in the mood for Halloween. (Martina Bexte BookLoons 20091028) With appearances from characters from the other books and the fantastic Fluff and Puff, this book is close to perfect. (Carrie Zimmerman The Book Girl 20091029) Hex in High Heels puts a spicy spin the paranormal romance genre. (I Just Finished 20091103) Crazy, funny witch heroines who are sassy... You'll really love Hex in High Heels and the Hex series from Linda Wisdom. (Sabrina Heise Cheeky Reads 20091112) A charming and amusing tale. (Rike Horstmann All About Romance 20091113) Another great addition to the Hex series... light and fun. (Jackie Morgan Literary Escapism ) Linda Wisdom gives readers the amazing gift of an engrossing story full of witchy twists and turns, humor - including laugh-out-loud moments - as well as a few flying sparks and a pair of ornery trouble causing tattoos. (April Pohren BlogCritics.org ) Product Description Fourth in the popular, light paranormal romance series by an author whose books have sold 13 million copies In this sexy, funny paranormal romance by bestselling author Linda Wisdom, it's all beautiful witch Blair Fitzpatrick can do to keep a lid on her talent for revenge spells, but things are about to get a lot more complicated... Blair loves running her vintage shop and hanging out with witchy friends Stasi and Jazz. She's forever had a crush on hunky carpenter Jake Harrison, whose Were nature (he's a Border collie) makes him loyal, lovable, and fierce when need be. Just as sparks are beginning to fly, Blair is served with a big surprise when Jake's mother shows up along with his pack leader, who threatens to make Jake heel! When the alpha does the unthinkable, Blair is pushed over the edge. No one messes with her boyfriend-to-be, even if he does shed on the furniture! PRAISE FOR LINDA WISDOM: "Kudos to Linda Wisdom for a series that's pure magic!" Vicki Lewis Thompson, New York Times bestselling author of Wild & Hexy "Clever writing, a high sensuality factor and an unfettered imagination." Publishers Weekly "The main tale is an intriguing look beneath the bravado of Wisdom's characters to their inner fears and vulnerabilities." Booklist "Chick-lit meets paranormal in this witchy & vampy mystery-filled story and the combination works well thanks to the author's great writing style." Paranormal Romance Reviews "Linda Wisdom can add this reviewer to her growing list of fans, and I am very much looking forward to the sequels in her HEX series!" Wild on Books "I loved every moment of this book. It's a five-star, feel-good ride no reader wants to miss!" Crazy More Romance ALSO BY LINDA WISDOM: 50 Ways to Hex Your Lover Hex Appeal Wicked by Any Other Name Hex in High Heels (20090722)


Some say that Andy Dalziel wasn't ready for God, others that God wasn't ready for Dalziel. Either way, despite his recent proximity to a terrorist blast, the Superintendent remains firmly of this world. And, while Death may be the cure for all diseases, Dalziel is happy to settle for a few weeks' care under a tender nurse. Convalescing in Sandytown, a quiet seaside resort devoted to healing, Dalziel befriends Charlotte Heywood, a fellow newcomer and psychologist, who is researching the benefits of alternative therapy. With much in common, the two soon find themselves in league when trouble comes to town. Sandytown's principal landowners have grandiose plans for the resort -- none of which they can agree on. One of them has to go, and when one of them does, in spectacularly gruesome fashion, DCI Peter Pascoe is called in to investigate -- with Dalziel and Charlotte providing unwelcome support. But Pascoe finds dark forces at work in a place where medicine and holistic remedies are no match for the oldest cure of all!


Wolf Hadda’s life has been a fairy tale. From his humble origins as a Cumbrian woodcutter’s son, he has risen to become a hugely successful entrepreneur, happily married to the woman of his dreams. A knock on the door one morning ends it all. Universally reviled, thrown into prison while protesting his innocence, abandoned by friends and family, Wolf retreats into silence. Seven years later, prison psychiatrist Alva Ozigbo makes a breakthrough. Wolf begins to talk, and under her guidance he is paroled, returning to his family home in rural Cumbria. But there was a mysterious period in Wolf’s youth when he disappeared from home and was known to his employers as the Woodcutter. And now the Woodcutter is back, looking for the truth—and revenge. Can Alva intervene before his pursuit of vengeance takes him to a place from which he can never come back? The Woodcutter is a treat that both lovers of the Dalziel and Pascoe series and newcomers to the always masterful work of Reginald Hill will devour.


Successful young writer Marjorie McClelland leads a solitary, comfortable life in the quiet, post-prohibition town of Ridgebury, CT. Her tranquil life is disrupted when Creighton Ashcroft, a British heir with time and money to burn, purchases a deserted mansion with a mysterious history on the outskirts of town. Instantly smitten with the talented and beautiful Marjorie, Creighton craftily arranges an intimate meeting, but the mood is spoiled when they stumble across a body while touring the ample grounds of Creighton's new estate. With the intention of reaping the story's literary benefits, the two forge an unlikely partnership and research the mansion's sordid past, but they soon find themselves in the middle of an unfolding series of hidden murders and family deceit. On top of this, the handsome detective assigned to the case has caught Marjorie's attention—and Creighton's suspicious eye. The trio must work together to break through a web of deceptively demure...


In an epic story that spans 150 years and continues to the present day, Iris Chang tells of a people’s search for a better life—the determination of the Chinese to forge an identity and a destiny in a strange land and, often against great obstacles, to find success. She chronicles the many accomplishments in America of Chinese immigrants and their descendents: building the infrastructure of their adopted country, fighting racist and exclusionary laws, walking the racial tightrope between black and white, contributing to major scientific and technological advances, expanding the literary canon, and influencing the way we think about racial and ethnic groups. Interweaving political, social, economic, and cultural history, as well as the stories of individuals, Chang offers a bracing view not only of what it means to be Chinese American, but also of what it is to be American.


From the authors of Bodies We've Buried-an uncensored look at real-life CSIs. With a foreword by Patricia Cornwell. For years, Jarrett Hallcox and Amy Welch trained CSIs at the National Forensic Academy in Knoxville, Tennessee. Now they provide a glimpse into the real world of crime scene investigation, and the investigators themselves. Experience, through gripping text and photographs, eight gripping accounts of true crime from across the country: from the murky waters of the Puget Sound to the crumbling ruins of the Alamo and the grimy streets of the Big Apple, these are the real stories of the people who work behind the yellow tape.