Lost (Lost and Found #1, New Adult Romance)
Maria’s life was torn apart when she was fifteen, and for seven years she’s kept her terrible secret hidden from the world. Now, in her final semester of college, she still struggles against paralyzing fear just trying to speak up in class, and the terror and helplessness linger on in her nightmares.
Across campus, Owen sees his scars in the mirror every morning while he gets ready for class. They remind him of the broken home he left behind, the father he hates and fears, and the little sister he couldn’t protect. Now, in his final semester of college, he’s scared that he may have to return to the hell he called home after staying away for almost five years.

Deep Fried and Pickled – Comic Suspense (The Rachael O’Brien Chronicles, No. 1)
It’s ’86, the era of Pop Rocks, Jelly shoes, and big hair bands. Rachael O’Brien’s freshman plan seems simple: Attend a southern college five-hundred miles from her hometown of Canton, Ohio, earn an Art History degree, party, and lose her virginity—hopefully, not in that order. “Becoming a woman” somehow turns into a series of life lessons that she and her journal are lucky to live to tell. Threatened by a redheaded She-Devil, avoiding the advances of a thirty-something redneck, and discovering an art fraud scheme interfere with her “to do” list. On top of her troubles at school, Rachael finds herself forging a new relationship with her emotionally distant father after her mother abandons him for a psychic adventure.
Bad decision-making, law-bending behavior, surprising romances, and near-death experiences can make freshman year challenging in Paisley Ray’s DEEP FRIED AND PICKLED, a quick-witted, south-of-the-Mason-Dixon tale of survival.

Stories For Kids: 31 Fun and Illustrated Children’s Stories with Moral Lessons (A Story A Day)
Stories For Kids contains 31 stories good enough for one quick story for each day of the month.
These children’s stories for Kindle are a nice mix of fables and a few fairy tales, stories that impart lessons while still able to make you and your child giggle and have fun.
These bedtime stories are long enough to keep your child amazed but short enough to keep your child focused and wanting more the following night.
Of course, a child is much easier to dazzle and amaze if stories come with bright and colorful pictures to match them as well.

Poke Cake Recipes: The Perfect Dessert for any Event (Quick and Easy Series)
What are Poke Cakes?
As the name suggests, a poke cake is a cake you poke holes into. It may sound funny, even like a joke but it is a type of cake you are sure to love!
Do Poke Cakes require any special baking technique?
Contrary to popular belief, there is no special baking technique for making poke cakes. You just have to follow the basic cake recipes and the process remains the same. The magic begins once the cake is ready and cooled down. You have to poke holes into it before topping it off. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?

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