Molly Brooks is a telepathic vigilante with a few secrets and a mysterious past. Determined to make something of her bizarre powers, she devotes herself to saving those who need her most. One night, she's followed by a powerful being in a pickup truck, and her world will never be the same. Finding herself thrust into a world full of supernatural beings she could have only imagined, Molly learns how powerful she really is, and how much she stands to lose.
"An interesting new heroine!"
Molly Brooks has earned her reputation: an Angel to the humans she's saved, a nightmare to the supernaturals who cross her. She is the last and only line of defense between the innocents in her city and those who hunt them. She is feared. Loved. A legend in the making.
"Absolutely loved this book."
Two Titans, formerly imprisoned by Molly's family, now walk the mortal realm. The vengeful ancient Nether, finally freed from her prison, longs for revenge against those who decided her fate. And this time, Molly just might not be enough to fight them all, despite having everything to lose.
What do you do when your most dangerous foe is the one living inside you? When Molly Brooks fought her way back to Detroit after her trials in the Nether, she came back changed. The life she thought she had, the one thing that helped keep her sane, was gone. She feels wrong in her own skin, scared. And her powers...well. They're just not working the way they're supposed to. She doesn't have a whole lot of time to wallow, though.
Molly Brooks has never been one to shy away from a fight, to hide from what needs to be done to protect the innocent. Even when it ends up costing her everything. Molly was beginning to have the type of life she'd only ever dreamed of: friends, family, rewarding work. Respect. Love.
"Love the story, not the narrator."
The MVP club wants to save an old field house close to their school. They could turn it into their very own sports center! Luckily, a famous soccer star is coming to town and wants to help. Can the kids and their all-star friend raise enough money for the field house? And will practice with a pro help them score big at their next soccer game?
Five friends are ready for their school's Olympics field day. There will be relay races, archery contests, and more! But not everyone wants to play fair - someone is trying to ruin the events! Can the kids in the Most Valuable Players club solve the mystery, save the Olympics, and take home the gold?
Photographer Rafael de le Sente escaped the barrio and demons of his youth, but he can't outrun the consequences of his adult actions. Rarely able to separate work from pleasure, his licentious leanings finally cost him his biggest client. Rafael deigns to take on Taryn as a student for a price, proving his professionalism in the process. Almost immediately, he knows he's doomed. Here is a woman who keeps his interest and tempts his libido. Every lesson further challenges her discipline and his control.
I Am A Big Thai Male Prostitute: A Humorous Confession is an audiobook that will open your eyes. A well-endowed Thai male prostitute Phlap Apirak describes how he became an expert of his trade. Without remorse and with a sense of humor, Apirak describes how he received training in psychological manipulation and social deception to become a wealthy prostitute-businessman.
Peace, love, murder . . . The love that symbolized Woodstock changes for Riley, Heather, Ritchie, Lance, and Terry when they return to Kent State University and are drawn into a murder investigation. Two drifters, Laurel and Mango, are also caught up in the investigation with the Kent students they'd met at Woodstock. Products of their times, the friends freely embrace sex, violence, drugs, and rock and roll.
My book details the life, both early and later, of Pat Welsh, who found fame in 1982 as the voice of E.T. in Steven Spielberg’s immortal film classic about an alien who was left behind on Earth. The narrative includes entries from Pat’s personal diary (written in 1931, at the age of sixteen), stories of an adult Pat, and contemporary perspectives. The diary provides the framework for the book, and beginning with New Year’s Day, 1931, Pat writes with beauty and clarity about many aspects of her life.