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One ranch. Three sons. Only one will inherit, and on one condition… Shotgun Bride (McKettrick Series Book 2) by Linda Lael Miller

Shotgun Bride (McKettrick Series Book 2)

by Linda Lael Miller
4.6 stars – 1,079 reviews
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One ranch. Three sons. Only one will inherit, and on one condition.

In the second novel in the New York Times bestselling McKettrick Cowboys trilogy, Kade McKettrick is determined not to lose to his brother in the marriage race—but he hadn’t counted on falling in love.

Kade McKettrick’s got five mail order brides-to-be at the local hotel, and they’re all more than eager to brave the frontier and provide the heir that will win Kade the Triple M ranch. The newly appointed marshal already has his hands full with a troublesome outlaw gang, yet he can’t seem to think of much else besides “Sister Mandy” who is obviously not the nun she claims to be.

On the run from her outlaw stepfather, Mandy Sperrin is hiding a wild, passionate nature beneath her solemn disguise, and when Kade makes it clear he wants her, she finds she cannot resist her own heated desires. But are her ties to a shadowed past more threatening—and closer—than Kade realizes?

Lieutenant Eve Dallas explores the hidden connections among friends and lovers, enemies and strangers in… Strangers in Death by J. D. Robb

Strangers in Death (In Death, Book 26)

by J. D. Robb
4.7 stars – 6,069 reviews
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Lieutenant Eve Dallas explores the hidden connections among friends and lovers, enemies and strangers in this thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series.

In 2060 New York, some murders still get more attention than others, especially those in which the victim is a prominent businessman, found in his Park Avenue apartment, tied to the bed—and strangled—with cords of black velvet. Fortunately, homicide cop Lt. Eve Dallas’s billionaire husband Roarke happens to own the prime real estate where Thomas Anders’s sporting-goods firm was headquartered, giving her some help with access. Before long, she’s knocking on doors—or barging through them—to look for the answers she needs.

But some things don’t add up—and everyone’s alibi checks out, from the wife who was off in the tropics to the nephew who stood to inherit millions. Was this a crime of passion—or a carefully planned execution? It’s up to Dallas to solve a sensational case in which those who seem to be intimates sometimes guard secrets from each other—and strangers may be connected in unexpected, and deadly, ways…

The story of three generations of Palestinian-American women struggling to express their individual desires… A Woman Is No Man: A Novel by Etaf Rum

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by Etaf Rum
4.4 stars – 17,669 reviews
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“Garnering justified comparisons to Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns… Etaf Rum’s debut novel is a must-read about women mustering up the bravery to follow their inner voice.”   —Refinery 29

The New York Times bestseller and Read with Jenna TODAY SHOW Book Club pick telling the story of three generations of Palestinian-American women struggling to express their individual desires within the confines of their Arab culture in the wake of shocking intimate violence in their community.

“Where I come from, we’ve learned to silence ourselves. We’ve been taught that silence will save us. Where I come from, we keep these stories to ourselves. To tell them to the outside world is unheard ofdangerous, the ultimate shame.”

Palestine, 1990. Seventeen-year-old Isra prefers reading books to entertaining the suitors her father has chosen for her. Over the course of a week, the naïve and dreamy girl finds herself quickly betrothed and married, and is soon living in Brooklyn. There Isra struggles to adapt to the expectations of her oppressive mother-in-law Fareeda and strange new husband Adam, a pressure that intensifies as she begins to have children—four daughters instead of the sons Fareeda tells Isra she must bear.

Brooklyn, 2008. Eighteen-year-old Deya, Isra’s oldest daughter, must meet with potential husbands at her grandmother Fareeda’s insistence, though her only desire is to go to college. Deya can’t help but wonder if her options would have been different had her parents survived the car crash that killed them when Deya was only eight. But her grandmother is firm on the matter: the only way to secure a worthy future for Deya is through marriage to the right man.

But fate has a will of its own, and soon Deya will find herself on an unexpected path that leads her to shocking truths about her family—knowledge that will force her to question everything she thought she knew about her parents, the past, and her own future.

Get the #1 NYT bestseller and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award! The Underground Railroad (Oprah’s Book Club) by Colson Whitehead

The Underground Railroad: A Novel

by Colson Whitehead
4.4 stars – 65,535 reviews
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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • PULITZER PRIZE WINNER • NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER • “An American masterpiece” (NPR) that chronicles a young slave’s adventures as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South. • The basis for the acclaimed original Amazon Prime Video series directed by Barry Jenkins.

Cora is a slave on a cotton plantation in Georgia. An outcast even among her fellow Africans, she is on the cusp of womanhood—where greater pain awaits. And so when Caesar, a slave who has recently arrived from Virginia, urges her to join him on the Underground Railroad, she seizes the opportunity and escapes with him.

In Colson Whitehead’s ingenious conception, the Underground Railroad is no mere metaphor: engineers and conductors operate a secret network of actual tracks and tunnels beneath the Southern soil. Cora embarks on a harrowing flight from one state to the next, encountering, like Gulliver, strange yet familiar iterations of her own world at each stop.

As Whitehead brilliantly re-creates the terrors of the antebellum era, he weaves in the saga of our nation, from the brutal abduction of Africans to the unfulfilled promises of the present day. The Underground Railroad is both the gripping tale of one woman’s will to escape the horrors of bondage—and a powerful meditation on the history we all share.

A young woman’s search for a friend will take her into the dark heart of New York’s criminal underground—and into the arms of an unlikely hero. Sensuous Angel by Heather Graham

Sensuous Angel

by Heather Graham
3.9 stars – 89 reviews
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Her best friend in danger, a young woman’s search for her will take her into the dark heart of New York’s criminal underground—and into the arms of an unlikely hero.
The lovely heiress to an olive oil empire, Donna Miro is gravely worried about her best friend, Lorna, who seems to be missing. Having traveled to New York to find the missing Lorna, Donna finds herself trapped in the city’s seedy underbelly—until an unexpected man comes to her aid. Father Luke Trudeau, the most unusual priest she has ever met, has the mouth of a sailor and the brawn to go with it. Luke offers Donna help, and he seems to know things about the city—and the dangerous people in it—that might lead them to Lorna. But how can Donna trust this beguiling stranger when all along he has seemed to know more than he is letting on? This ebook features an illustrated biography of Heather Graham including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.

Explore America’s two-tier justice system, explaining how the rich, the famous manipulate the legal system in Untouchable: How Powerful People Get Away with It by Elie Honig

Untouchable: How Powerful People Get Away with It

by Elie Honig
4.4 stars – 386 reviews
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How does he get away with it? That question, more than any other, vexes observers of and participants in the American criminal justice process. How do powerful people weaponize their wealth, political power, and fame to beat the system? And how can prosecutors fight back?

In Untouchable, Elie Honig exposes how the rich and powerful use the system to their own benefit, revealing how notorious figures like Donald Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, Harvey Weinstein, and Bill Cosby successfully eluded justice for decades. He demonstrates how the Trump children dodged a fraud indictment. He makes clear how countless CEOs and titans of Wall Street have been let off the hook, receiving financial penalties without suffering criminal consequences. This doesn’t happen by accident.

Over the four years of his administration, Donald Trump’s corruption seemed plain for all to see. The former president obstructed justice, flouted his responsibility to the Constitution, lied to the American people, and set the United States on a dark path to disunity and violence. Yet he has never been held accountable for any of his misdeeds. Why not?

Untouchable holds the answer. Honig shows how Trump and others use seemingly fair institutions and practices to build empires of corruption and get away with misdeeds for which ordinary people would be sentenced to years behind bars. It’s not just that money talks, Honig makes clear, but how it can corrupt otherwise reliable institutions and blind people to the real power dynamics behind the scenes.

In this vital, incisive book, Honig explains how the system allows the powerful to become untouchable, takes us inside their heads, and offers solutions for making the system more honest and fairer, ensuring true justice for all—holding everyone, no matter their status, accountable for their criminal misdeeds.

Theodora: actress, prostitute, mistress, feminist. And Byzantine Empress of the sixth-century Roman world… The Theodora Duology by James Conroyd Martin

The Theodora Duology

by James Conroyd Martin
4.3 stars – 39 reviews
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Theodora: actress, prostitute, mistress, feminist. And Byzantine Empress of the sixth-century Roman world. Stephen: handsome Syrian boy, wizard’s apprentice, palace eunuch. And Secretary to the Empress. How does this unlikely pair become such allies that one day Empress Theodora asks Stephen to write her biography?

Fortune’s Child is “a meticulously researched historical account presented in the form of a thrilling political drama.” Kirkus Reviews

OVERALL GRAND PRIZE 2019 Best Book, Chanticleer International Book Awards

Too Soon the Night is “a gorgeous tapestry of impeccable research and intricate world-building. A must-have for any fan of ancient-world historical fiction.” ~Kate Quinn, bestselling author of The Rose Code and The Diamond Eye

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Theodora stood to speak now, knowing that in doing so she ran the risk of changing the minds of no one in the room, her husband included.

But her time to speak had come.

The hall fell silent, and she allowed for a dramatic pause while straightening the jewel encrusted bodice of her purple dalmatic.

“My lords,” she said, when she had all eyes upon her, “you have suffered through my brief comments and sometimes criticism in the past. Today, I will not be so brief. I cannot. You see, I sat at a table much like this in the Governor’s Palace at the Pentapolis, thinking—in vain—that a group of men would heed the words of a woman. They did not, so I know the risk I run today when I speak to those who cringe in fear. Oh, I suspect we all cringe in fear. However, in facing the supreme loss of our government, our empire, must we not consider the wisest course? Must we not do everything in our power to save Christian civilization and realize our emperor’s dream to reunite the pieces of the old empire?”

In speaking, Theodora moved her gaze from man to man, holding the eyes of each in turn, recognizing, to different degrees, the fear in them. “I do not believe flight is the appropriate response to a mob—even if it means safety. Safety at what cost? To live as a fugitive? For some, that kind of life might be tolerable. But for someone who has reigned, it is not. It is intolerable. Once, in Antioch an actress tempted me to wear the purple. I refused, for I had not the right. Today, I wear the purple as the Empress of the New Roman Empire. I am telling you, here and now, that I will not willingly part with it.”

Theodora turned slightly and tilted her head toward her husband. “Emperor, you have recalled the ship that might bear us all to safety. No doubt, beyond that window, it waits in the Harbor of Hormisdas, ready to speed us away. We might sleep tonight in soft beds in some welcoming port. The royal treasure secured in the ship’s hold promises an easier flight and perhaps a retirement of some comfort and refinement. But, take heed: after saving your life and losing your throne, you might find yourself wishing for death.

“Everyone put on this earth must die.” Facing the eyes of Justinian, gray glistening eyes, Theodora felt her heart racing and her hand went to the dimpled area at her collarbone. In mere moments, images of their years together unfolded in her mind. Not one to suffer stage fright in her acting years, she had often bolstered the courage of fellow actors so that now she took her gaze from Justinian and peered into the faces of those around the table. Turning back to her husband, she smiled, drew herself up, as if she could attain the height she once longed for, and said, “For myself, I think the purple makes the best shroud.”