literary fiction


ONE PECULIAR SUMMER

by Margaret P. Cunningham


Deep in the Alabama woods sits Primm House, straight out of fairy tales and the heart of a child. Now an adult, Franny Primm looks back, unweaving the threads of a certain summer in this southern coming-of-age tale.

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MIRROR BLUE
by Thomma Lyn Grindstaff


Free spirit Aphra Porter never thought Isaac Lightfoot would remember her, but he does—and the encounter leaves her spinning. A critically acclaimed author and Vietnam war hero, Isaac is about to learn that leaving the past behind and building a new life can be the toughest battle of all.

 



REMEMBERING ERIN
by John Foley


After a bear attack, Sean Mulaney awakens with a veil over his memories. Erin is the name he whispers in his sleep. Who is the woman who clings to the edges of his mind? Why isn't she at his bedside? In the midst of his recovery, the greatest survival story of all might be that of a love lost years earlier—a love destined to be again.

ONE MAN'S MUSIC
by Christina Britton Conroy


A whirlwind of lust and energy, famous composer Eric Ries offers up seduction and excitement until Jenna’s passion for music is thoroughly entwined with her obsession for him. In Josh Kendal, she catches a glimpse of depth and sincerity—and is torn between the temptations that have shaped her life and the kind of love she’s never had.



IN THE SHADOW OF THE DRAGONFLY

by M. Jean Pike

Orphaned and impoverished, Gray Baldwin is a lost soul in search of a home, a life and most of all - love. Spoiled party girl, Hope Hanwell, has a past to reconcile and a few tragic secrets of her own. Theirs is a story of struggle, heartbreak, redemption and fate.