Author: J. D. Cunegan
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal
Notna brings readers a story of angels, demons, and a war for our planet with a touch of aliens and archeology in the mix. Jackson “Jack” Corbett and Cassandra Federov are both professors at Texas A&M who enjoy archeology, though thus far, they haven’t “hit it big” in terms of funding. Then a representative from the Smithsonian recruits them to find the legendary Gem of Notna, an alien weapon of immense power with a prophecy attached.
But Jack, Cassandra, and their allies aren’t the only ones searching for the gem. They are opposed by the current leader of the Underworld and his vampire rival, along with a handful of nasty monsters brought up from the Underworld to wreck havoc and stop the prophecy from coming to pass.
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Having endured the last year of her life neck deep in a ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ pace of life at the prestigious Topanga restaurant, Lara Lamb is fed up, tired and ready for something new. Taking a chance, she accepts a job as the Chef aboard the yacht ‘El Lobo’, an opulent ship destined for uncertain ports with a friendly crew and a handsome player of an owner who has both a chip – and a monkey – on his shoulder.
Morgan Wolf is everything Lara is trying to get away from: rich, spoiled rotten, oozing sex appeal and so sure of himself it makes her skin itch, even as she shivers.
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Author: T. R. Connolly
Genre: Contemporary fiction, murder mystery
This short novel tells the story of Chunk DeLuna, an orphan in Brazil who carves out a criminal empire built on drugs, prostitution, gambling, and corruption. Along the way, the novel also shares the struggles of Suzanne and Lupe, the two women who have shared DeLuna’s life, enduring his harsh ideas of love and happiness.
The story is very interpersonal and, at times, quite gruesome as it tells of the people DeLuna has threatened, blackmailed, or forced to do what he wants. Most of the time, the focus is on how DeLuna expands his realm rather than the day-to-day practices, so readers get to experience the business side rather than the operations themselves.
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Title: The Mouse Thief
Author: Scott M. Madden
Genre: Alternate History—Time Travel
The Mouse Thief is about Professor Peter McLarsen’s time travel journey to the 1920s to steal Mickey Mouse. And once he accomplishes it, he alters the course of history. Then it’s up to Walt Disney himself to head into the future and set things right with Peter.
The plot for this alternate history/time travel novel was quite original and highly imaginative. The chapters alternated from present day with Peter to the past in 1928 with Walt Disney.
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Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of BRD’s most popular posts. Enjoy!
House of Judges by Keary Taylor
Alivia once led a House full of immortal vampires, but now everything has been stripped away. Her friends have turned their backs on her, convinced she betrayed them and their Born kind. Taken prisoner to the King’s Court, she awaits her trial. But the sins of her father threaten to blacken her chances of clearing her name.
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