2016 Top Ten



2016 TOP TEN
  • Not the Only One – Cindy Fleming

    What’s going on in Riverbend? A once safe neighborhood with homes tucked neatly around a lake has been turned on its side by a woman falling head over heels into insanity. As the threads of reality separate and unravel, Maggie Ferguson wreaks havoc on the teenage bullies who threaten her son, by secretly changing their lives, bit by bit, through a thick veil of psychosis. Parents turn against parents as Maggie’s shenanigans proves the long held truth: A mother will do anything for her child. ...
     
  • Finding Ford – Kristin Coley

    Hannah’s dated Colt all the way through high school. Colt’s graduating with a football scholarship and a dream to play pro. Ford, Colt’s older brother, is headed to law school to fulfill the family dream. Their lives are on track. Until Hannah realizes something that could destroy Colt’s dream. That’s when she makes a choice that alters all their lives.
     
  • Hart Broken (The Hart Series, Book 1) – Annie Arcane

    Mickey Hart doesn’t do one-night stands. Until she wakes up in a luxury penthouse. With nothing but a t-shirt. And no idea who it belongs to. Enter Cale Windermere. Driven. Ambitious. Successful. And so gorgeous he could’ve walked straight out of a romance novel… Except I can’t walk. Not that it ever stops me from getting what I want. And I want her. Even if she’s keeping secrets. That could tear me to shreds.
     
  • A Little Bit of Everything For Dummies – John Wiley & Sons

    Twenty years ago the very first For Dummies book, DOS For Dummies, was published. From that first printing of that first book came a series unlike anything in the publishing world, one that is global in both geography - we have been published worldwide in some 30 languages - and in coverage. No single volume can hope to summarize what thousands of titles have meant to millions of readers over the years, and we don't claim to do that in this e-book. Rather, this e-book celebrates the breadth and depth of the For Dummies series, offering 20 chapters - in honor of our 20 years - from a list of books compiled by our global colleagues.
     
  • Once a God: The Spirit of Miriam – Victor Wilkie

    Not just another novel, “Once a God: The Spirit of Miriam” is an emotional experience- a riveting tale of romance, intrigue and power. Haunted by his tragically abusive childhood, Jonah Atkins rises nonetheless from the ashes to become one of the world’s wealthiest, most powerful individuals. But ghostly pain from the past collides with present when his beloved infant daughter, Lara, dies unexpectedly, leaving him stoic and withdrawn. This pain represents but one of his memories. As the story opens, Jonah is hospitalized and comatose. ...
     
  • Strip Shot, the prequel to Behind the Velvet Curtain – Matt Converse

    We’ve all seen strippers up on stage. Did you ever wonder how they got there? The answer might surprise you. Michael is a scrawny kid from Ohio who moves to San Francisco with his boyfriend Kenny. He loves everything about the city, except the guy he’s with. When things turn ugly, how will he escape and how will he survive on his own, completely alone in the big city? Along the way, he meets an eccentric cast of characters in his own personal Oz. An ...
     
  • After Life – Matthew Culberson

    Michael Black knows. He has the answer to the unanswerable. There have been theories, entire religions built to answer this very question. But now Michael Black has the answer. He’s living the dead life, and doing everything he can to survive. He’s no angel, and he’s certainly not a saint. Tasked with being a level one facilitator, Michael learns that being dead is just as much of a struggle as it was to be alive.
     
  • Alexandria Rising – Mark Wallace Maguire

    His grandfather left him with one task. Destroy a map that had been kept hidden for centuries. He could never imagine the journey it would lead him on and the secrets he would discover. This action adventure novel has a perfect balance of serious suspense and wry humor, that ties in themes of history and culture, balanced with mystery and romantic tension. While its content is unique, author Mark Wallace Maguire’s style and storytelling has been compared to Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy and Dan Brown
     
  • Adirondack – A. Dudley Johnson, Jr.

    Adirondack tells a story of women’s empowerment and forbidden love in a time when “that just wasn’t done.” The summer of 1897 should have been like every other one for Anna Tattersall, her husband, Will, and their two boys, in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Anna’s days were spent at teas and parties and all the societal happenings among the well to do who summered in Keene Valley. But that all changed one extraordinary day when a freak cloudburst sent Anna’s world spinning out ...
     
  • Football Baby: A Secret Baby Romance – Roxeanne Rolling

    Dylan  Starting quarterback isn’t a bad gig, and I’ve always felt freest on the field, with the exception of being with Lauren. It’s not hard for me to pick up women. I have needs after all, but none of them ever compared to her. I still think about that first day I met her, when she was my massage therapist back in college. She meant so much to me, and I lost her. This time, I’m not going to lose her again, no matter what. ...
     

                   

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