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Addergoole by Lyn Thorne-Alder

Love, lust, ownership, exploration, and coming-of-age in a strange and novel world hidden beneath the known.

Addergoole is a contemporary fantasy story with erotic and dark-fantasy elements. Set in a world which is, on the surface, much like our own, Addergoole follows three students as they enter a strange, new school and discover just how much they don’t know about themselves, their parents, or their world. . . .

A complete novel.
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Holly(Woods) by Naomi Laeuchli

...a serial novel of love, fame and betrayal in the city of angels.

Holly(Woods) is a serial novel following a young woman in her dream of becoming an actress. In the tangled world of fame and fortune however nothing is ever easy; nor is it in the world of the heart. Holly has moved to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing a film career. When she’s cast in a small role on . . .

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The Invisible Chains (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse # 1) by Eurypon

Dark gay adventure story

While the kingdom of Ximerion is threatened at its southern border by a major power, the king sends his two youngest sons, the half brothers Anaxantis and Ehandar, as Lord Governors to the Northern Marches where minor raids by wild barbarians are expected. Under the guidance of an old and trusted general, the king hopes to keep the young princes . . .

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House of Cats by Joyce Sully

There's a new queen in the cattery!

At the House of Cats, those felines who are cursed to become humans when the moon enters Leo find a safe haven between two worlds. But the House has fallen into disrepair; the cat who should be leading them has run away. She dreams of being a chef, of living as a human all the time (or at least six . . .

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The Next Generation by Wes Boyd

All she ever wanted was to be normal! Her mother considered Judith to be a hopeless invalid that would have to be cared for all her life—but then she finds a boyfriend that doesn’t see her that way. With his help, she learns to be a farmer’s wife and a much stronger person than anyone had ever thought she could . . .

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THE NEXT GENERATION

Definitely not Star Trek

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Dec 17, 2008: As a reader, there was nothing wrong with The Next Generation. The pacing was okay, even if it was stalled with some boring farm expositions that I didn’t find remotely interesting.

The characters were okay. Judith’s mom, who would prefer her paralyzed daughter to stay at home an invalid the rest of her life, was extremely annoying. It wasn’t just the fact that she was an idiot (which most of the characters did not hesitate to point out), but most in [more . . .]

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THE NEXT GENERATION

Growing in Love

By Von, member

Aug 24, 2011: I think I would have rated this story at least a four just for the fact that the main characters wait until they are married to have sex, but the rest of the plot adds to the entire effect. I leave out the last 0.5 only because the writing is rather shallow.

This story is a nice contrast to pretty much everything you read nowadays in that, in this story, the main characters don’t just do what ‘makes them happy’ but [more . . .]

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