Next Century tells the same story set in three different eras and locales: 1799 (London), 1999 (Midwest America), and 2099 (the Moon). In each story, a young woman (Claire) seeks vengeance against her father, who has been abusing her mother for years. In each era, Claire is raped by thugs, becomes pregnant, and has to proceed in society with her child but no legitimate father.
They say that when you go through high school your world begins to change, but Leo didn’t think it would be quite so literal. It starts rather innocently when he notices a missing branch on the tree in his yard, but soon he starts to notice other things: missing posters on the walls, his locker combination changing constantly, strangers walking the halls of his school, and more and more. At first, he suspects that the changes are designed to improve his life, until he suffers a loss so terrible that he’ll do anything to set things right.
How should I say this... well, my name is Emma Lenford, and my life is actually a sit-com. I've seen the dark side of the cold Wisconsin moon, and I've also seen Jon Bon Jovi's tour bus at the nearby Seven Eleven. I could also mention that I've been kidnapped on multiple occasions, and I've somehow been tormented (mentally) by 'female body massagers' before, as well as tortured (a bit physically) by a few too many deranged local individuals, but it's all been done in good, I mean, humorous taste.
Abel Burney hated flying and today he was stuck on a plane with the worst turbulence he’d ever experienced. Grabbing the hand of the attractive lady next to him for comfort, his fears soon abated. It didn’t take long for Abel to realize she had a calming effect on him overall. Julie Kratzner was on assignment for a year to cover the Endurance Capital of the world’s sporting events. The small town was charming, but not as charming as Abel Burney.
Hank Galloway is a dreamer. When he looks up at the night sky, he longs to be the person who sends spaceships out into the great unknown. A position at NASA has always been his dream, and he is well on his way to achieving that goal. Hank is in the middle of working toward an engineering degree at a rigorous California university. Hank is also looking forward to marrying one day.
Hannah has unusual gift – she can remember her past lives. When she breaks her hand and has to undergo a surgery she recognises her surgeon – Aaron - as a man who she met for the first time three hundred years ago. With time she recalls the details of two previous lives they had together. In the year 1730 she was running her father’s printing house and was printing books that were prohibited by the Church.
Is it possible to rise from the dead? The unearthing of Otzi, a frozen dead body found in the Swiss Alps in 1991, was a major discovery that created a sensation. But Otzi never came to life. Years later, a 5,000 year old body is found alive on the Sinai Peninsula. Why was it alive and what did scientists claim? It could have been a pure luck environment with the correct chemicals allowing the body to remain in stasis.
It’s 1984, and sixteen-year-old Nick Cooper hates his life. His dad is dead; his mother is depressed, and his stepfather is a jerk. Bored with school, he quits—a decision that outrages his stepdad. As a result, the man kicks Nick out. Having no place to go, he attempts to take shelter in the backroom of his godfather's arcade, but someone tries to burglarize the business. Nick thwarts this event, sending the criminal to jail.
Silver Fire is the first volume in Freya Pickard's epic fantasy series, the Kaerling. Otta has been given a task by an invisible, yet powerful presence in the haunted shrine. Erl, her brother, has lost his memory whilst hunting. Banished from their village, the twins must learn to overcome the darker sides of their personalities, if they are going to survive. What is this strange trail that only Otta can sense?
Dmitri Valentine is gorgeous, intimidating, cocky and to top it all off, a billionaire. Throw into the equation that he’s dominant, high-handed and believes a woman should fall at his feet to worship his greatness? You’ve got an egomaniac that takes control freak to the next level. Grace Parker is nobody’s plaything. She’s never been interested in sex and he’s the last man that should wake up her sexual appetite.
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