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The Apothecary
Patricia
Simpson

The world of 2525 is ruled by Vampire Overseers. Food is scarce and love is forbidden. Humans who manage to survive are kept only for hard labor and endure the harshest of punishments for any infraction of the laws. Joanna Wilder has no dreams, save keeping her younger sister and herself alive.

The male protagonist in this novella is Ian O’Connor, who is an attorney and quite a "player" at the law offices of Hamilton & Associates.  He has a strict one-night-only rule that he never breaks.  There are hints of deeper secrets, but this novella is only the prequel to the main story, so those details are never fleshed out.  Gia Hellman lost the love of her life six months earlier.  She

Hudson and Laurel Wright are hardworking twins trying to survive, and sharing a strong sibling relationship.  One fateful day Hudson is called away from his job, while covered with coal dust, to discover that he and Laurel are the unacknowledged bastard children of the Duke of Everton.  With the duke’s death, his legitimate children seek Hudson and Laurel out, and accept them into the St.

Tilting at the Windmills of my Mind

Mark George

Narrator: Luke Hurt


HUMOR:  This audiobook is a series of short little vignettes that offer a glimpse into the author’s perspective on various subjects.  Topics range from gun control in Gotham City, to a fateful meeting of the great-great-grandchildren of a former plantation master and his slave, to the upcoming death of a dog, to racial stereotypes involving an NBA player’s daughter, and a cop with Alzheimer’s. 

Chasing Forever: A Beachside Romance, Book 1

Carrie Thorne

Narrator: Geoffrey Boyes


SUSPENSE/THRILLER:  Maddie was looking forward to a career as a lawyer and then a judge, when her stalker boyfriend derails that by sending intimate photos of her to every law school to which she has applied.  Chase is looking for redemption in a town that he left ten years earlier.  He was a troubled teen, as his father turned to alcohol after his mother left, and left Chase to raise himself. 

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