The Sword of Summer – Rick Riordan

Yeah, I know. You guys are going to read about how I died in agony, and you’re going be like, ‘Wow! That sounds cool, Magnus! Can I die in agony, too?’ No. Just no. Don’t go jumping off any rooftops. Don’t run into the highway or set yourself on fire. It doesn’t work that way. […]

The Stone Sky – N.K. Jemisin

Here, now, dreams have no limit. The people of Syl Anagist have mastered the forces of matter and its composition; they have shaped life itself to fit their whims; they have so explored the mysteries of the sky that they’ve grown bored with it and turned their attention back toward the ground beneath their feet. […]

All’s Fair in Love – Jane Fox

Client Name: Aidan Snyder Age: 36 Occupation: Lawyer Referred by: His sister, Meredith Snyder Notes: Meredith says that Aidan has given his whole life to the law, but he’s missing the family he’s always wanted. Meredith knows that Aidan is ready to settle down and have a family with a woman who’s his perfect match. […]

All Your Firsts Without Me – LM Terry

Arranging your own funeral is hard. Planning for your wife to fall in love with someone else is even harder. I know most would think I should go peacefully and let April drift where the wind blows her. But she is different. She won’t let the wind carry her anywhere. When I leave this earth, […]

All You Need Is Love – Lindsay Harrel

N C H A P T E R 1 ormally, life in the slow lane suited Shannon Baker just fine. But three months or more to become a foster mom—to become Noah’s mom? That was an eternity. The water lapped at her bare feet as she walked the wet shoreline, flip-flops dangling from her fingers. […]

All We Ever Wanted – Seth King

“So, by the way, I also just wanted to tell you that I’m gay.” My grandson Scott springs this on me on a totally normal phone call, only seconds after we were discussing his recent Spring Break trip with friends to Daytona. It stuns me and makes me drop the coffee mug I was holding, […]

All The Little Pieces_ Book Two – Roisin Black

A light breeze lifted the charcoal strands of hair off Roberto Pecoraro’s forehead. He was glad of the small reprieve from the stifling late afternoon heat. In all his years living in Assumption County in Louisiana’s deep south, he rarely remembered a summer as hot as the one that currently had most of the state […]

All The Beautiful Things (Love – Stacey Lynn

M MELISSA aybe this is too much for you.” I squeezed my dad’s hand. My fingers were cold, but like always, Dad’s hand was warm. Strong. His grip as tender as it was comforting. “I can’t stop going. Not yet. God, Dad. The way she looked tonight. And it was her birthday.” Tears fell again […]

The Star-Touched Queen – Roshani Chokshi

Staring at the sky in Bharata was like exchanging a secret. It felt private, like I had peered through the veil of a hundred worlds. When I looked up, I could imagine—for a moment—what the sky hid from everyone else. I could see where the winds yawned with silver lips and curled themselves to sleep. […]

All That Jazz – Natasha Boyd

OUCH,” I HİSS as I lie down gingerly on the scratchy motel sheets in Florida for our senior year “after finals break.” The skin of my back is on fire and only getting worse. The male body passed out next to me grunts and rolls over in his sleep, revealing his tousled brown hair and […]

All Grown Up – Jordan Silver

M A LEX y phone beeped, alerting me to an incoming text, just the sound I was waiting for, and I took it out and looked at it. The smile that’s always there at about this time every day spread across my face. “Hi, baby!” I rubbed my finger over her face on the screen […]

All Good Things – Weston Parker

I ALEX stared at the screen of the laptop Perrin Thomas slid in front of me. Perrin was my right-hand man. The guy who helped keep me sane when my world was spinning out of control. He was my VP, assistant, and best friend all in one. “This is bullshit,” I hissed as I read […]

All Fired Up – Jenn Burke

I squinted at my sketchbook. I knew the face I was drawing like I knew my own, but there was something not quite right about it. The nose? No—the shape of it was good. Wasn’t it? Surely time hadn’t dulled my memories yet. Turning my attention to my phone in its dashboard holder, I flipped […]

Alienated – Melissa Landers

winning. Cara Sweeney had made it her business, and business was good. Honor Society president? Check. Young Leader Award? Check. State debate champion two years running? Double check. And when the title of valedictorian had eluded her, she’d found a way to snag that, too. Over the summer, she’d staged an academic ambush of such […]

Alien Warrior With Benefits_ A – Ava York

“A 1 h, space. My fellow pirates! To some, space is the final frontier, to be explored and understood. To others, it is the great yawning maw of annihilation, waiting to destroy them with a gamma ray burst, rogue asteroid, or black hole.” Gothar spread his arms wide, then raised his fists. “I, Gothar, the […]

Alien Soldier’s Slave Bride – Juno Wells

MANY THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO, deep in the Exion star system the first Draconian female entered the cave of ascension. She passed through the softly glowing waters, noticing tiny glowing blobs moving about in the water. Whether they were finless fish or worms was difficult to tell, for they had the characteristics of both as […]

Alien Prisoner – Ruby Free

EVERY TİME I think my responsibilities can’t get any worse, they do. Raquel pushed the bitter thought away and squared her shoulders. But I’ll survive this, just as I survive everything. She exited the main part of the space station and entered a private hallway, walking with care as her lightweight, flowing skirts tangled around […]

Alien Inventor’s Mate – Scarlett Grove

I LOOK AT MY SISTER OVER THE RIM OF MY TEACUP. SHE’S STROKING HER ROUNDING BELLY AND HAS A CONCERNED LOOK ON HER FACE. WE’VE RETREATED TO OUR FAVORITE SUNROOM THAT LOOKS OVER MARS’S CAPITAL CITY, CASSINI. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF HER HOUSE HAS BEEN HALTED SINCE THE attack, so we’re still here at the penthouse. […]

Alien in Charge – Lili Zander

I 1 KEOMI have a bad feeling about this planet run, and it’s not just because we’re going to steal a corpse. Let me count all the ways this could go wrong. For starters, Earth Federation Space Fleet has no jurisdiction on this planet, not any longer. Sure, my team discovered HF-47T and did its […]

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