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by Harper Alibeck
Whose romance are you reliving 100 years later?
SO IF LOVE NEVER DIES, THEN where does it go? Recurring dreams haunt history scholar Jill Knowles. Sometimes she’s in a foreign country, where a lover betrays her, wearing clothes from a century ago. Sometimes she’s making love with the same man, dreams so erotic that she wakes up burning with desire.
Fellow grad student Seth Hines has been having the same erotic dreams. Neither links the dreams to the other, not even when a surprise encounter that feels more like déjà vu than chance leads them into an unexpected affair. Sex deepens into love, until an enemy tricks Jill into believing Seth will betray her, exactly as the lover in her dreams betrayed her.
Even as she runs away, Jill’s research leads her to believe her dreams may be memories of another woman’s life; on his own, Seth realizes they may be reliving a painful love story. Now Seth must win back Jill’s trust before history repeats.
Fans of “Dead Again,” “Somewhere in Time” and Possession may enjoy the ride as as Legs covers three continents, two centuries, and one fiery journey of two souls destined to make history together.
Legs is a full-length novel of 50,000 words with the first three chapters of its prequel, “Unfinished,” offered as a sample at the end.
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by SJB Gilmour
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by Aditi Chincholi, Shawn Pereira, Mainak Dhar, Niharika Puri, Sushant Dharwadkar, Jeevan Verma, Abhishek Dwivedi, Rishabh Chaturvedi, Rohit Das, Richard Fernandes
‘Engrossing tales from local wordsmiths … a marvellously welcome collection of short stories …’ – Afternoon
‘Short Story Writers Group, an eclectic bunch of amateur authors…’ The Times of India
Short Story Writers Group, a group where writers get support and lots of constructive criticism …’ The Hindustan Times
About the Book:
In Labyrinth each story belongs to a different genre. This is to keep you on the edge with each turn in the alleys of the Labyrinth.
So, if getting caught in the cross fire on the battle grounds of Afghanistan with young Kemal in The Martyr is a little much to handle, you could hop a ride with Sharmaji in Mortified, as he winds his way through small town India, buying a Bata shoe and clutching his heart which is ready to be attacked. Though, we would not suggest hitching a ride with Joy in his Travel Through the Night, as he already has to deal with strange apparitions which have stepped out of the sugarcane plantations and refuse to let him pass.
These apparitions might seem like Casper, considering the creatures Kyoto finds himself fighting on a daily basis in the wonderland called Sym World. A world he has entered of his free will, but cannot escape. While we recommend a journey to Sym World, it should not purely be in pursuit of strange creatures as these can be found right in your back yard, when you least expect them. Much like the predicament Revant finds himself in when the Wokambee comes knocking at nights in the Night of the Wokambee. Talking of predicaments, doesn’t a puppeteer lead a precarious life? Or does he? Neither does Dr. Merryfloat, a reclusive doctor, have the answer, nor do his patients, who live in the valley below. The entire valley is befuddled as a spell is cast on its in habitants in the Puppet Show.
Leaving these strange worlds and paranormal events, you can return to a more identifiable situation in Candies, where you lose some and then win some in pursuit of love. This tug of war of lost and found has also been beautifully captured in Crashing Impacts, a story which spans almost a decade and is weaved on the fabric of human emotions of love, sacrifice, insecurity and strength of human character. Mists of Time and Russkaya Rulyetka show how anger, jealousy and vendetta make a man take drastic steps; while the apathy and ignorance of today’s youth to their surroundings is captured in a moving story Farming on Facebook.
From the farmlands you will find yourself freewheeling through the Indian jungles that inspired Rudyard Kipling. What begins as a safari in search for the elusive big cat becomes an adventure of a lifetime in Bagheera Log Huts. Another story of being caught at the wrong time and at the wrong place is I’ll Be Back, where an out of body experience takes a whole new meaning.
A Day of Battle, set in the times of Mahabharata, the most epic war ever fought, captures a day of battle in India and brings out the valour of some of the greatest warriors to have walked this Earth. And finally, you can join another great warrior, Theseus, on his quest to slay the Minotaur, arguably the most enigmatic monster there ever was.
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by Kyle Timmermeyer
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by Scott Marlowe
Aaron–scholar, alchemist, and sorcerer’s apprentice–wants nothing more than to study his tomes, perform his experiments, and spend time with his closest friend, Shanna. Substitute the occasional romp about the city for the books and plenty of games of crutchit for the smelly alchemicals, and Shanna is just fine with that too.
Their routines–and their lives–are thrown into chaos when an elemental attack is launched against their home. Aaron thinks Shanna killed, while Aaron himself is forced to flee for his life. For Shanna, who survives that fateful night, the greatest adventure of her life is about to begin. Only the worst of nightmares awaits Aaron: pursued by dwarves, hell hounds, and a demon who will not stop until he is dead, the only thing keeping him alive is his own resourcefulness and an eslar mercenary whose reputation as a killer might make him the worst threat of all.
Though Aaron and Shanna travel different paths, their purpose is joined when they individually learn of the mysterious Fifth Element. Shanna sees it as the final piece in the puzzle that is her destiny. To Aaron’s logical mind, it is an impossible ambiguity. Whatever the answer, the Fifth Element draws them back together and into a final confrontation not as allies, but as adversaries.
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by Nikki Duvall
Harley Bowen is a successful businessman who rules his life with the discipline of a Marine corpsman. So when the object of his desire refuses his advances, Harley proposes a contract, complete with a performance clause. Geli Benson must spend one week alone with him on his sailboat. If his performance doesn’t match her expectations, she can walk away with the thirty five thousand dollars he’s lent her for adoption fees and forget he’s ever existed.
Now Geli is faced with two options. Marry the town doctor and live a respectable family life or indulge in the fantasy that has consumed her all these years.
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The Complete 2012 User’s Guide to the Amazing Amazon Kindle: Covers All Current Kindles Including the Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle (Revised April 2012)
by Stephen Windwalker, Bruce Grubbs
Updated April 2012: Compatible with the following Kindle firmware updates: Kindle Fire 6.3, Kindle Touch 5.1.0, Kindle basic 4.0.1, Kindle Keyboard 3.3 and Kindle DX 2.5.8.
Finally, one user-friendly guide that covers every Kindle now on the market for 2012, including the Kindle Fire, in a single comprehensive volume chock full of tips, tricks, and links to unlock cool features, save you hundreds on Kindle content, and help you get the most out of your Kindle. Stephen Windwalker founded the popular Kindle Nation Daily community and has been helping Kindle owners get up to speed ever since his first Kindle guide was the #1 bestselling book in the entire Kindle store for 2008. Now he has teamed up with popular outdoors and travel author Bruce Grubbs to provide the most complete and up-to-date resource ever for Kindle owners.