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Feet of Clay JB Trepagnier

Max has never had a student quite like Taylor. He's been teaching for a long time and knows potential on the rare occasions he sees it. However, Taylor's personal life has convinced many people in their small town she's not worth the effort. Max sees things differently, though. As he struggles to reach the girl, though, he makes an error in judgment that changes everything, and Taylor disappears. Five years later, Taylor returns, and Max sees it as an attempt to make amends for the past. However, Taylor doesn't seem to remember what happened, and as a relationship forms between the unlikely pair, Max worries that telling her the truth will cause irreparable damage to both of them. How much does Taylor actually know? And how much is Max willing to deny the past for the sake of an illusory p

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The Spirus JB Trepagnier

Her entire past has been kept from her. Her tutor and the man who raised her has taught her she cannot leave the house or be seen because no one is supposed to be able to do what she can do. All she knows is hiding. Everything changes when he tells her the only way he will answer her questions about her past and why she is the way she is, is if she journeys to the mainland to deliver a message to the Tempris princess. They prayed for the Spirus to return during the first war. They prayed for her while their people disappeared. Some were starting to think she was a myth. Who is this girl with all of their abilities at once that none of the tribes know about?

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Salome: A Modern Retelling JB Trepagnier

In this modern day retelling of Salome, Herod is a drug lord. Herod’s life is mostly the same until he marries his business partner’s wife and her daughter comes to live with him. If his wife is not trying to destroy him, Salome is fighting with him about something. Everything changes when Salome comes home from college and he has to use her help to clean up her mother’s mess with a snitch. Things change even more when he asks her to dance for his birthday. Things go totally to hell for Herod when he promises Salome anything she wants if she spends an entire week with him dancing. This is a tale of debauchery, sex, drugs, and some romance.

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Midnight's Sonata JB Trepagnier

come up with a plan to get her out of the house for the summer by sending her to an arts camp over the summer. She thinks things will be different there. No one knows her. But the camp director seems to zone in on her. Ms. Munroe knows she is keeping secrets and makes it her mission to find out. Mara starts to feel like an outcast again under Ms. Munroe's watchful eye. One night, things get bad and she is indulging her demons and gets caught. Ms. Munroe confesses why she has been so focused on Mara all summer and Mara's mother and Chauncey's plan to send her to camp suddenly becomes clear. It changes Mara's life forever. Nothing she knew about herself is true, not even her name. She now must make a new life with someone she knows hates her. She's being pushed to talk about things that us

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Special Agent Mauve-Origins JB Trepagnier

An anonymous hacker group called "The Arm" has hacked the databases of almost all the secret agencies in the world and released the real names of every agent and people being actively recruited. All the agents have gone into hiding, as well as the recruits. Our heroine works a dead in job at the lowest totem in the insurance world. She used to watch James Bond movies with her father growing up. She views this as a chance to become a secret agent. Now that there is an agent shortage, online programs have popped up to become a secret agent. She signs up for a correspondence course to learn to be a secret agent. The course wants her to do the physical training on her own. She doesn't have much money, so she trained herself to fight using Tae Bo YouTube videos and she teaches herself to shoot

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Crow Girl JB Trepagnier

Liam Collins wants to be a writer more than anything else. After unceremoniously being laid off from his job at the paper after thirty-seven-years, he thinks he finally has time to write that book. As his writer’s block continues, he spends his time gardening and brewing his own beer. One day, he notices someone has been stealing peas in his garden in the idyllic Irish countryside. Only meaning to scare them off, he accidentally shoots someone in the dark in his patch. Following them to the Hawthorn tree, there is a wailing girl up there dressed in strange, ripped clothing who doesn’t appear to understand him or have the ability to speak except in strange noises. Curiosity wins out after he drops her off at the hospital and he goes back to visit her. This strange, wild girl cannot speak an

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