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By Nicole Cifax-Garner

Finally, Quinton Barnes is at the top of his game! Emerging as CEO of a lucrative engineering firm, he is enjoying the benefits and accolades , but simultaneously ,the demands of Jasmine’s job as a public defender and the time she dedicates to their children, leaves him feeling neglected, disrespected and misunderstood, which ultimately renders him vulnerable to the wiles of an ex- lover and his young, bold and determined intern’s interoffice advances.

When Quinton’s most haunting secret resurfaces, he feels as if his emotional downfall is eminent, leaving him unable to separate his past indiscretions from his present-day dilemmas.

Could Quinton’s ego lead him to ignore the possible dissolution of his marriage and his role in it? Is Quinton willing to face the underlying issues in his marriage in order salvage it or will his selfish indulgences cloud his judgment? Will he be willing to take the necessary emotional strides in order to, Make Time for Love?


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By B. L. Bryant

Bridget was a kind and gentle soul from Southern Indiana looking for fun and adventure. She set out on a summer trip for fun with friends, but she got more than she bargained for when she met a man that would change her life forever. Her life would be full of passion, love, and wealth. But at what cost? Trying to be perfect isn’t good enough as being perfect in the eyes of evil. She would find herself being ripped in several directions as the years of her life pass. Deception and pain would be the fingerprint of her existence. The life she had to learn to live would eventually change the person she was forever. She would be responsible for the inevitable connection or downfall of two powerful families in Pleasantville, Tennessee.


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By Nicole Cifax-Garner

Finally, Quinton Barnes is at the top of his game! Emerging as CEO of a lucrative engineering firm, he is enjoying the benefits and accolades , but simultaneously ,the demands of Jasmine’s job as a public defender and the time she dedicates to their children, leaves him feeling neglected, disrespected and misunderstood, which ultimately renders him vulnerable to the wiles of an ex- lover and his young, bold and determined intern’s interoffice advances.

When Quinton’s most haunting secret resurfaces, he feels as if his emotional downfall is eminent, leaving him unable to separate his past indiscretions from his present-day dilemmas.

Could Quinton’s ego lead him to ignore the possible dissolution of his marriage and his role in it? Is Quinton willing to face the underlying issues in his marriage in order salvage it or will his selfish indulgences cloud his judgment? Will he be willing to take the necessary emotional strides in order to, Make Time for Love?


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By AARIS
Does true love, love at first sight, really exist, or is it just a figment of our imaginations, a fairytale? The Girl Who Made Me Sing tells the story of a naive young man who had an obsession to find true love as described in fairytales and be able to sing a song that uplifts those around him. He embarks on a spontaneous love affair that allows him to believe again and fulfil his long-term obsession. The Girl Who Made Me Sing takes you on an emotional roller coaster and highlights the missed chances and possible regrets we all had. It allows you to remember that special moment when you first found true love and the devastation of a heartbreak. But most importantly, it gives you the Hollywood ending we all dream off.
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By AARIS
Does true love, love at first sight, really exist, or is it just a figment of our imaginations, a fairytale? The Girl Who Made Me Sing tells the story of a naive young man who had an obsession to find true love as described in fairytales and be able to sing a song that uplifts those around him. He embarks on a spontaneous love affair that allows him to believe again and fulfil his long-term obsession. The Girl Who Made Me Sing takes you on an emotional roller coaster and highlights the missed chances and possible regrets we all had. It allows you to remember that special moment when you first found true love and the devastation of a heartbreak. But most importantly, it gives you the Hollywood ending we all dream off.
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By Rojero De Blanco
Welcome to Rojero de Blanco’s Daydreaming
“Welcome, youngster, and come set for a while.
“You’re here for some story telling from ol’ Rojero, right?
“Well ... best you keep in mind that these are an old man’s fantasy stories, and I like a story where a boy meets a girl, catches her and ties her up, and by the end of the story she’s happy it happened ... usually, real happy.
“If you got a problem with this kind of story, then I suggest you move on ... and stay the hell off my lawn!
“But if you be liking what you read inside, that’ll give ol’ Rojero a warm fuzzy, and I’ll be happy I made your day a bit brighter.”
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By Carol Kent

Brigid Hartman had been mired in convention and appearances all of her life.  At 30 she was still single and living with her controlling and overbearing mother.  But there was always a burning opposition to the ordinary, a molten pit in a crater of reserve, which smoked ominously now and then.  To her mother and meddling relatives, she was peculiar, dreamy, sickly and unwitting.  Upon receiving a grim diagnosis, Brigid resolves to make drastic changes to her life.  Knocking at death's door, she sets out to live her life, leaving behind her mother, job and convention, and in the process finds love and romance


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By Amanda Jayne Gilmer
Love Hate Infatuation Betrayal is a collection of thirty love poems. It explores romantic love and was written over a four year period.
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By Rachel Cumming
This book is centred around a hostel for young homeless people. It tells the stories of several of the residents, namely: Angela, Trevor and Lee, their backgrounds, characters and how they come to be living, in their teenage years at a hostel for the homeless. It leads the reader into their view of the world, through their eyes and reasoning. it portrays the day to day workings of the hostel, gives insights into the lives of the residents and illustrates the stresses and strains that the staff working there endure. As well as the residents the book focuses on the characters of two staff members, Joe, a Project Worker and his Manager Fiona. The book traces through past and present day, and through the culmination of events, leads Joe down a dangerous path towards the unseen world of social deprivation and crime, and to agonising over social and moral dilemmas. This book could be described as ‘bitter sweet’. It is humorous in places, yet is a touching story which, by it’s subject matter, cannot help treading on thorny political and social issues, such as youth homelessness, child abuse and crime. This book (although fictional) has been inspired by real events and true characters. To protect confidentiality, names have been changed and composite characters produced rather than portraits. There is no mention of the Town, Housing Association or the hostel itself. This book is not about people living on the streets, but more about the individual lives of the residents and the circumstances that lead them to become homeless.
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By Jean-Frantz Gation

— Mon chéri, tu me donnes l’impression, à cause de ta situation sociale, d’avoir peur de prendre possession de ce que je t’offre … ce qui t’appartient … alors que d’autres s’en arrogent le droit parce qu’ils portent le nom de famille qu’il faut. Les sentiments qui existent entre nous éliminent ces barrières … même si c’est seulement entre nous … ne laissant de place pour des réflexions aussi … obscures … aussi désobligeantes. Nul ne sait ce que l’avenir nous réserve, mais je doute fort que toi et moi utiliserons le terme … dommage … pour … Écoute, chéri … J’ai passé deux ans sans affection … Y avait pas mal de tentation à Paris, mais je me donne à toi. J’ai attendu. Une attente solitaire, pénible, mais … pleine d’amour. Je veux que tu sois mon … premier homme, et tu seras toujours le seul que mon cœur aimera. L’on dit souvent que les amoureux disent n’importe quoi, mais je suis très sérieuse parce que notre situation l’est aussi. La société te refuse ma main en mariage ; en retour, je suis le prix de sa mesquinerie. Je suis le prix qu’elle doit te payer pour ce refus. Mon chéri … je ne peux pas être … ta femme, et, un de ces jours, j’épouserai un autre, mais je suis et serai toujours ton amante. Mon mari aura mon corps, … ton pòy … mais jamais mes pensées … jamais mon cœur.




« L’anneau d’argent » raconte une histoire que les tabous sociaux et les discriminations de classe semblent avoir rendu impossible dans le corps social haïtien. La magie de l’écriture de Jean-Frantz Gation, mélangeant subtilement la sincérité artistique des deux langues les plus couramment utilisées dans la communication quotidienne en Haïti, le français et le créole, rend cette fiction haïtienne plus ou moins acceptable. Le conflit traditionnel entre deux personnages qui constitue généralement le point de départ de la majorité des récits survient ici entre le couple et la société. Je ne vous dirai pas qui est sorti vainqueur de cette lutte dont les enjeux revêtent un particularisme spécial en Haïti. Vous le découvrirez vous-même en lisant ce roman discret, chargé de sensibilité et unique dans la littérature de la diaspora haïtienne d’expression française.



Hugues Saint-Fort,


Docteur en linguistique


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By Jay Hope
Faith Meyers packs her car and heads to her sister’s house in San Diego looking to put some distance between her and her possessive ex in hopes that he’ll move on and forget about her. Faith looks forward to meeting her brother-in-laws SEAL team, but not in her wildest dreams could she have known the friendship, and possibly even love, that she’d find in them. When she and the sexy team leader are hit it off, she’s warned to stay away from him and knows that he has a dark secret. As her ex becomes more and more psychotic, the sexy SEAL’s protection is exactly what she needs, but will he turn out to be just as psycho? Wil Walker is a SEAL and chosen to be a part of the GES Project (Genetically Engineered SEAL). He’s regretted that decision every second of every day sense. Wil has finally begun regaining a little control when a SEAL team member’s sister-in-law shows up, wreaking havoc on his system. He knows he should stay away from her, for her own safety as well as his, but he’s drawn to her in a way that he’s never experienced before. To make matters worse, she needs his protection. Will he keep her safe from one man only to put her in more danger from another?
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By Jean-Frantz Gation

— Mon chéri, tu me donnes l’impression, à cause de ta situation sociale, d’avoir peur de prendre possession de ce que je t’offre … ce qui t’appartient … alors que d’autres s’en arrogent le droit parce qu’ils portent le nom de famille qu’il faut. Les sentiments qui existent entre nous éliminent ces barrières … même si c’est seulement entre nous … ne laissant de place pour des réflexions aussi … obscures … aussi désobligeantes. Nul ne sait ce que l’avenir nous réserve, mais je doute fort que toi et moi utiliserons le terme … dommage … pour … Écoute, chéri … J’ai passé deux ans sans affection … Y avait pas mal de tentation à Paris, mais je me donne à toi. J’ai attendu. Une attente solitaire, pénible, mais … pleine d’amour. Je veux que tu sois mon … premier homme, et tu seras toujours le seul que mon cœur aimera. L’on dit souvent que les amoureux disent n’importe quoi, mais je suis très sérieuse parce que notre situation l’est aussi. La société te refuse ma main en mariage ; en retour, je suis le prix de sa mesquinerie. Je suis le prix qu’elle doit te payer pour ce refus. Mon chéri … je ne peux pas être … ta femme, et, un de ces jours, j’épouserai un autre, mais je suis et serai toujours ton amante. Mon mari aura mon corps, … ton pòy … mais jamais mes pensées … jamais mon cœur.




« L’anneau d’argent » raconte une histoire que les tabous sociaux et les discriminations de classe semblent avoir rendu impossible dans le corps social haïtien. La magie de l’écriture de Jean-Frantz Gation, mélangeant subtilement la sincérité artistique des deux langues les plus couramment utilisées dans la communication quotidienne en Haïti, le français et le créole, rend cette fiction haïtienne plus ou moins acceptable. Le conflit traditionnel entre deux personnages qui constitue généralement le point de départ de la majorité des récits survient ici entre le couple et la société. Je ne vous dirai pas qui est sorti vainqueur de cette lutte dont les enjeux revêtent un particularisme spécial en Haïti. Vous le découvrirez vous-même en lisant ce roman discret, chargé de sensibilité et unique dans la littérature de la diaspora haïtienne d’expression française.



Hugues Saint-Fort,


Docteur en linguistique


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By Keith T Jenkins

Misfit Toymakers is a Historical Fiction set in the future, back dropped by the secession of Texas from the Union and the states that follow with it, the politics of the fifty years between now and then. It is the story of an intrigue of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of his Loves, as Joshua Danz discovers, then navigates the waters of international commerce to make a place in the world, looking for a life where terrorists, politicians, millionaires, and thugs aren’t trying to kill him. Through it all there is the story of love, leadership, personal responsibility and redemption.

Joshua Danz, a man conflicted by who he was, is, and is not. He discovers that his is a life of wealth and power that must be learned, not earned. He is the master of a massive, global Enterprise, and yet somehow he is its subject. Also, he is a man of strong desires and dedications; his love, though quiet and covert, is powerful as it drives him to find all truth about himself. As a man with no memories, he discovers that he has been told the story of his life, but then his memories begin to reappear, like a favorite movie, with an additional lifetime attached. All is a jumble as he learns, for certain, who he is and what has happened. He discovers his past, the parts played by others and their intentions. He begins to plot a way out, but not without those he holds dear. He is among the most wealthy, nearly unknown men in the world, torn between women, kingdoms, and lives.

Ethyl, the woman he first comes to love, after his recovery is a real piece of work. She is smart, capable, beautiful, sexy, deadly, and wise. She works for him, as his administrative assistant and much more. She makes certain that his every command is carried out, and she protects him with her life – a life that is not nearly as long as it looks. Joshua will avenge somehow, if he can only overcome the truth he discovers about her.

Doctor Ilyssa Marquez – Doc – was born in Mexico and is a genuine genius and medical doctor who had her Bachelors at sixteen, Masters at eighteen and before she was thirty had perfected the hardware and surgeries that would rebuild Joshua, almost from scratch. Ilyssa is beautiful, brilliant, and engaging in every way! She is burdened with intrigues as the sponsors of her work on Danz, simply take away her promising future, and she wants it back.


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By Claire Montgomery
In February 1985, three brothers and their wives travel to Rio de Janeiro to see the carnival. On the last day of their holiday, one of the women disappears in a busy marketplace. Despite a frantic search, the others have to return to Britain and leave the search to the Brazilian police. They are left to wonder and worry about what happened to Jean. There was no ransom note, and the money in her bank account was never touched. Seven years later, her husband, Norman, has to go through the distressing procedure to have his wife, Jean, declared to be “missing presumed dead.” How could an English woman simply disappear? Is she being held against her will and forced to live in one of the favelas? Is she still alive, or has she been killed and buried in a secret grave? Will they ever discover the truth about what happened to Jean? Will she ever be found, or will she remain forever lost in Rio?
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By Claire Montgomery
"Silken Threads, Tangled Webs" continues Lucinda’s story. Previously in "Tarnished Lives, Tainted Dreams," we learned how she and her brothers had grown up in a dysfunctional home. Lucinda had been forced into a relationship with an older man who could have been useful to her father. Following his death, she had given birth to twin boys. Denied further contact with her maternal and paternal relations, she made two lifelong friends, met and married Francis StClair, and gave birth to two more children. The marriage failed, mostly because of Lucinda’s unrealistic expectations from marriage. Her father had disappeared, shortly after his release from prison, her mother and brothers disowned her, but a mysterious letter had brought her to France, where she made some shocking discoveries about the past. What was Marcus’s terrible secret, and why did Lucinda’s mother and brothers go to such extreme lengths to make sure she never contacted her Trehearne relations?
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