Today’s feature is the charming contemporary romance, A Heart to Call Home by Amanda Torrey. Read for FREE!
They’re venturing down different paths–can they resist the powerful attraction that threatens them? Reed and Rogan are venturing down different paths in life, but can they resist the powerful attraction that threatens the way they see themselves? Their futures? And is it possible for two people with such different personalities and values to find a way to call each other’s heart their home?
“I loved this book! Amanda Torrey delivers it! She gives characters to fall in love with” -Reader
“Ms. Torrey has done a wonderful job of creating depth to her hero and heroine in this novel.” -Amazon Reader
“This is a wonderful addition to the Healing Springs series and I can’t wait till the next one comes out. Amanda Torrey you rock.” -Amazon Reader
Today’s HOT NEW Release is the Top Notch Thriller, The American Pearl by Peter Gilboy.
THE AMERICAN PEARL tells the 2006 story of QUINTYN AMES, a troubled government researcher who–on his honeymoon–inadvertently discovers that a female soldier left behind at the end of America’s most notorious war, may be still alive and held. Both action filled and gut wrenching, AMES’ pursuit of the truth brings him face-to-face with his own lies, as he is determined to find out why the government doesn’t want her to come home; and then, against all odds, he fights to bring her back.
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“The American Pearl is engrossing, thought-provoking, and filled with action that makes it a different, highly recommended read…embracing politics, racism, war, redemption, betrayal, and even love, on many levels.” —D. Donovan Senior Editor
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