If Music Be The Food Of Love

The Passion of Elena Bianchi Book 1
By Lenny Cavallaro

If Music Be The Food Of Love is the first book in The Passion of Elena Bianchi series by Lenny Cavallaro. Elena Bianchi was a brilliant violinist who loved music to her core and craved masochistic experiences to aid her spiritual journey. When Elena met...

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Identity Crisis

How the West Was Lost
By T.K. Kanwar

Identity Crisis by author T.K. Kanwar is a work of fiction in the contemporary social issues and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is intended for the mature adult reading audience owing to the use of moderate explicit language throughout and the presence of violent scenes. Written...

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Island of Gold

Sea and Stone Chronicles
By Amy Maroney

Island of Gold by Amy Maroney is the first book in the Sea and Stone Chronicles series. This historical fiction novel begins in 15th century France. Sophie, the spoiled and headstrong daughter of a wealthy merchant, falls for a young man of noble birth named...

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Iceman Awakens

By Sharon K Krasny

“We will never know the truth of his death regarding the motivation or circumstances. Yet we as people are designed to question and wonder, which in turn leads to the pursuit of knowledge and understanding about his culture and our own.” (Author’s Note, XIV). In...

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In the Company of Strangers

By Awais Khan

Terrorist bombings are rife in Pakistan and Lahore, that country’s second-most populous city and one of its wealthiest, has its fair share. Another interesting fact is that 90% of Pakistani women suffer from domestic violence and Pakistan is the third most dangerous country in the...

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Into The Closets

By Gry Finsnes

Into The Closets is an adventurous interpersonal drama with some LGBTQ+ characters, scandals, and themes, and was penned by author Gry Finsnes. We meet our central heroine Aurelia when she is near the end of a strenuous interview process, trying to obtain a job at...

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I Have No Earthly Idea

By S.K. Radhakrishnan

I Have No Earthly Idea by S.K. Radhakrishnan is a wonderful, bittersweet romance with an international setting in India and the United States. Senthil is a physical therapist who is deeply in love with Sumathi. Both of them work hard to make ends meet, support...

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In The Event the Flower Girl Explodes

By Abby Rosmarin

In The Event the Flower Girl Explodes is a contemporary new adult fiction novel written by Abby Rosmarin. Nicole had kept on putting off asking for time off for her brother’s wedding, knowing that she had to do it, but hating the fact that taking...

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In the Heart of Cairo

By Mahi Wasfy

The mark of a good book is that it gives you something to think about. That is certainly the case with In the Heart of Cairo by Mahi Wasfy. Over the span of roughly six months, the values of the American School in Cairo, a...

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I,EYE,SEE

By Carol Phillip-Tudor

I am in awe of Carol Phillip-Tudor. I, EYE, SEE is, in my opinion, destined to become a classic of contemporary literature. I understood I was reading something unique, important, and brilliant. When Mrs. Peely, the upstairs neighbor, ventures downstairs to ask the neighbors to...

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