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The Fireproof Girl (Sophie Shields Book 1)

by Loretta Lost
4.1 stars – 113 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

She can run, but she can never escape her past…

Sophie was abandoned at birth and grew up neglected and abused. Her only friends were computers, until she met Cole Hunter. He became her everything: brother, protector, and partner in crime.

She believed that nothing could ever tear them apart. Until it did.

Years later, when news of Cole’s murder reaches Sophie, she completely snaps. She will tear down heaven and earth to find his killer, even enlisting the help of her ex-military ex-boyfriend.

But the more she gets involved with the investigation, the more she puts herself at risk…


When Cole was nine years old, he watched his whole family burn to death in a house fire. He became obsessed with architecture and rebuilding his life.

Sophie became his secret weapon. Protecting her was his purpose. But Sophie was damaged right from the start, and Cole always feared he wouldn’t be able to save her from her enemies or from herself…

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The Greeks of Beaubien Street: Detroit Detective Stories Book #1 (Greektown Stories)

by Suzanne Jenkins
3.8 stars – 188 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Warning! This is adult fiction with descriptive violence and sexual themes. Nestled below the skyline of Detroit you’ll find Greektown, a few short blocks of colorful bliss, warm people and Greek food. In spite of growing up immersed in the safety of her family and their rich culture, Jill Zannos doesn’t fit in. A Detroit homicide detective, she manages to keep one foot planted firmly in the traditions started by her grandparents, while the other navigates the most devastated neighborhoods in the city she can’t help but love. She is a no nonsense workaholic with no girlfriends, an odd boyfriend who refuses to grow up, and an uncanny intuition, inherited from her mystic grandmother that acts as her secret weapon to crime solving success. Her story winds around tales of her family and their secret laden history, while she investigates the most despicable murder of her career.

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The Little Doll Girl (The Wurtherington Diary Book 1)

by Reynold Jay
4.4 stars – 21 reviews
Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
As with many illustrated classic stories, it is a story with unique characters and deals with hope, determination, compassion, and much more. In the opening preface, Robert Landsbury discovers the diary in a shed on a newly purchased estate in River Falls, Ohio and passes it along to his associates. The diary is faithfully preserved for today’s reader. In it, the reader will discover that a ten-year-old mute girl, Tammy Wurtherington residing in the Wixby estate is the author. She loves to make dolls in a shed out in back of the house. She lives with Lord Wixby and Aunt May in a lavish estate at the edge of town. Aunt May teaches her to use a sewing machine and gives her a small one suited to size as a birthday gift.

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Lost And Found (The September Day Series Book 1)

by Amy Shojai
4.2 stars – 354 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
The 1st installment of Shojai’s dark, female-driven domestic thriller series featuring pet-centric plots:A young woman races a Texas blizzard to save her autistic nephew from a deadly secret others will kill to protect–and the service dog she’s trained finds his true purpose, when he disobeys.AN AUNT searches for her lost nephew–and dooms her sister. A MOM gambles a miracle will cure–and not kill–her child. A DOG finds his true purpose–when he disobeys.Animal behaviorist September Day has lost everything–husband murdered, career in ruins, confidence shot–and returns home with her trained Maine Coon cat Macy to Texas to recover. She’s forced out of hibernation when her nephew Steven and his autism service dog Shadow disappear in a freak blizzard. When her sister trusts a maverick researcher’s promise to help Steven, September has 24 hours to rescue them from a devastating medical experiment impacting millions of children, a deadly secret others will kill to protect. As September races the clock, the body count swells. Shadow does his good-dog duty but can’t protect his boy. Finally September and Shadow forge a stormy partnership to rescue the missing and stop the nightmare cure. But can they also find the lost parts of themselves?

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Through the Storm (Bellingwood Book 8)

by Diane Greenwood Muir
4.9 stars – 133 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Once things start falling apart around Polly Giller, chaos takes over and all she can do is hold on for the ride. Sylvie Donovan has finished school and things are supposed to be rainbows and unicorns. Not in Bellingwood. Her oldest son, Jason, has just started high school and isn’t handling the transition well. Within the span of three weeks, his behavior has escalated to the point that she doesn’t know what to do next. Her ex-husband shows up and the mere sight of him drains her confidence, returning her to the days when she lived with an abuser. Polly’s little family is dealing with bedlam of its own. Jessie Locke is twenty years old and no matter how badly she wants to be an adult, she’s making horrible decisions. When she runs away, Polly has to deal with a furious husband and a devastated little girl. Poor Rebecca Heater’s life is already in disarray as she watches her mother’s health deteriorate.

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