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  • Rush: Part One

    A Novel by

    It’s springtime in Monaco, and Valentina Romana is ready for Formula One glory. Since childhood, Valentina’s life has revolved around racing. This is her moment. There’s only one problem: no one will give her a shot, simply because she is a woman. ...


  • Friday Night Dinner Club

    Killer Construction by

    Jessica Hayes’s life is pretty good. She’s got her dream job, has amazing friends, and lives in the city she loves—Vancouver. Every Friday, she and her pals get together for their Friday Night Dinner Club to relax, share stories, and eat delicious ...


  • The Sonata: Adagio

    by

    Sophia and Caleb return in The Sonata: Adagio, and they continue to struggle with their feelings towards one another. Sophia is unable to navigate her feelings regarding her separation from her husband. Caleb is doing his best to take care of ...


  • The Lovely And Dangerous Launch Of Lucy Cavanagh

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    It’s spring of 1867, and Lucy Cavanagh—NYC heiress, literary lover, and dreamer—is taking the biggest risk of her life. She’s left everything behind to journey west, in the hopes of reconnecting with the only person who can answer questions that ...


  • In The Beauty Of Their Dreams

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    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees all the world’s people the right to life, liberty, protection against cruelty and torture, and equal justice before the law. So why, then, is our world so broken? In the Beauty of Their Dreams ...


  • Misty's Misadventures

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    Until now, Misty Muldoon's favourite view of Newfoundland was always the one in her rear-view mirror. So when she has to leave the city and move to the outport of Charlie’s Cove, NL, with her two daughters, a mountain of debt, and the ink freshly ...


  • Driving the Line

    A Novel View of Trucking from the Left Seat by

    Since she was a young child, the beautiful Laura Halsey has wanted two things in life: to raise a family and to drive a truck like her father. Her father insists, “Women don’t drive trucks,” but she’s determined to prove him wrong — until he dies in ...


  • A Complicated Goodbye

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    “I know you.” “So what . . . everyone in this shitty little town knows me. I suppose you believe the stories too.” “I said I knew you. I didn’t say I believed the stories.” While visiting the cemetery on the third anniversary of her son Indie’s ...


  • The Manhattan Mishap

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    Margot Moss, a gregarious and witty woman, lives her life with abandon. She knows exactly what she wants and isn’t afraid to pounce after it with full-throttle ferocity. Although, she can’t quite seem to get it right. When a coveted promotion falls ...


  • Gift of the Loon

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    Gift of the Loon is the story of a woman ahead of her time. Set in the early twentieth century, Margaret Harrison wants to be an artist—a difficult proposition for a woman at a time when a woman’s place was in the home. Eschewing the burdens of ...