May 19, 2016

6 Great Books I Read in April 2016

1. Junior Inquisitor by Lincoln Farish

On his way to follow up a lead to his wife's murder, Brother Sebastian received an order to investigate the disappearance of a field inquisitor. However, instead of finding the inquisitor, he was attacked by monsters and various creatures of the dark.

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2. Don't Be Yourself: Be a Better Person by David Ross

Though basically a dating guide: how to get a date and how to behave while on a date, this book is also about personality development and offers important tips on how to be a good conversationalist.

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3. Echo From Mount Royal by Dave Riese

The year was 1952. Vivacious 18-year old Rebecca met Sol, son of a rich businessman, and fell in love. However, Rebecca's happiness was marred by his family's cold reception of their relationship. Then one day, Rebecca received a call that would change her life forever.

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4. Prevarication: Deceitfully Yours by Monica L. Smith

Jessica was happy with Justin. He was the perfect boyfriend: handsome, kind, sweet and smart. However, Jessica wanted something that Denver could give: kinky and mind-blowing sex.

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5. Running to Stand Still by J Theron

Danielle and Michael met and fell in love when they teenagers. An unfortunate incident kept them apart for 10 years. Then, they were accidentally reunited in Avignon, but this time, Danielle was engaged while Michael was involved with someone else.

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6. The Shadows Behind Her Smile by Karen Millie-James

Cydney Granger had the gift of mediumship. She could communicate with the spirits of dead people. For some reasons, she could not connect with the spirit of her husband who has been dead for four years. Was there something wrong with her gift?

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