Alia’s fate is sealed. She has made a deal with the Sea Witch. Now she’s a human, and she will either win the heart of the Prince, or turn to foam. Continue reading “Sea Witch Rising”
All Jennifer felt was tired. But her blood tests have shown otherwise.
The doctor is sure: her illness is terminal. Now, Jen is left with only three months to live. And with that short a lifespan, she can only think of one thing: what she regrets not having done in her life. Continue reading “Death and other happy endings”
Diagnosed with brain cancer, middle-aged Kang goes back to his childhood neighborhood, Cherry Hill, where he intends to live for the rest of his life. His wealth has allowed him to purchase not only a house but the whole hill.
But the locals don’t seem to accept that. Continue reading “Miracle on Cherry Hill”
Can a quiet life bore you to death?
Phoebe is rich, bored, and unwilling to leave the house. And, ever since that strange car started showing up in her neighborhood, she’s had a very strange feeling. Is the woman in the car watching her? And if so, why? Continue reading “Gripping thrillers: The Other Mrs Miller, by Allison Dickson”
Can a moment define our whole life?
A year after her father’s death, Ellie decides to take on his advice: she has to start doing things that make her happy. Not that her marriage is not ok, she’s quite content. But, as her father has pointed out, that’s not enough. Which is how she bumps into the Exmoor harpmaker. Continue reading “Ellie And The Harpmaker”
This is all Lexi needs. To survive in her new school for just 162 days, and then she’ll be ok. Continue reading “All We Could Have Been”