Jennifer Cruise "Faking It" $1
She has a history of forgery she?s trying to forget. He has a knack for scamming he?s trying to resist. But one fateful night, their good intentions go bad. And what they get up to is downright immoral, illegal, and irresistible.
"Funny, sexy read!"
Rosalind Miles "I, Elizabeth" $1
In this stunningly-conceived epic, Miles uses her acclaimed skills as a storyteller and historian to bring to life the woman behind the myth. I, Elizabeth gives us the extraordinary story of this mesmeric figure in her own voice, from her earliest memories as the unwanted daughter of 'the French whore' Anne Boleyn, to her final triumph when she thwarted the last serious assault on the English throne, the armed uprising by the dashing Earl of Essex.
Elizabeth ruled England for almost half a century during some of the hard pressed island's most famous times. In Miles's vivid recreation of those years, Mary Queen of Scots, Robin Dudley and the fatal Earl of Essex, Raleigh and Drake and the trusty Cecil, come to life again along with all the Queen's men. We trace Elizabeth's long and extraordinary life among her advisers, knights and lovers, and follow her into her inner chamber with her women, wondering, always wondering, who she can trust. I, Elizabeth is a tour de force of imagination, wit and scholarship. Miles has accomplished that rare feat: she has written a historical novel that is as entertaining as it is enlightening. Imperious, brilliant, calculating and insecure, this Queen Elizabeth is as alive today as she was in her own time.
Eckhart Tolle "A New Earth" NEW $2
In A New Earth, spiritual teacher and author Eckhart Tolle (The Power of Now) advocates present moment awareness and the dismantling of the ego as the path towards awakened living. A New Earth gets its title from a Bible verse referring to the rising of "a new heaven and a new earth." According to Tolle, "heaven" is the awakened state that will bring about "a new earth" in the outer world, the world of form.