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A Little Too Much

Author : Lisa Desrochers
ISBN : 9780062299024
Genre : Fiction
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In the follow-up to Lisa Desrochers' explosive new adult novel A Little Too Far, Alessandro Moretti must face the life he escaped and the girl he left behind. Twenty-two-year-old Hilary McIntyre would like nothing more than to forget her past. As a teenager abandoned to the system, she faced some pretty dark times. But now that's all behind her. Hilary has her life on track, and there's no way she'll head down that road again. Until Alessandro Moretti—the one person who can make her remember—shows up on her doorstep. He's even more devastatingly gorgeous than before, and he's much too close for comfort. Worse, he sees right through the walls she's built over these last eight years, right into her heart and the secrets she's guarding. As Hilary finds herself falling back in love with the man who, as a boy, both saved and destroyed her, she must decide: Past or future? Truth or lies?
Category: Fiction

Gone Too Far

Author : Suzanne Brockmann
ISBN : 0345464362
Genre : Fiction
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In her sizzling, award-winning novels of suspense, bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann delves into the adrenaline-rushed world of counter terrorism–and taps into the real passions of its brave men and women. Now in her widely anticipated hardcover debut, she spins a story of action, intrigue, and romance, as a U.S. Navy SEAL and an FBI agent race to unravel a mystery–while confronting their own unresolved feelings for each other. . . . In his career as one of America’s elite warriors, Lt. Sam Starrett can do no wrong. In his private life, Sam–the king of one night stands–has done little right. Now, he’s waiting for a divorce and determined to stay active in his young daughter’s life. But when Sam shows up at the door of his ex-wife’s home in Sarasota, Florida, he makes a grisly discovery. His daughter is gone and the body of a woman lies brutally murdered on the floor. FBI agent Alyssa Locke’s relationship with Sam has been overwhelmingly intense and nearly catastrophic, yet it refuses to end. The last time she saw Sam was six months earlier, when they worked together to stop terrorists from assassinating the U.S. President. Much to her dismay, Alyssa is assigned to lead the murder investigation and once again the two are face to face. When explosive information surfaces linking Sam to the still unsolved assassination plot, the stakes are raised. With her reputation hanging in the balance, and her loyalties in question, Alyssa is faced with an impossible dilemma:arrest a man she believes to be innocent, or risk her career. While Alyssa tries to fight their intense attraction, Sam is determined to heat things up between them once again. And the complex case pushes them both to the wrong side of the law–and on the run to discover the truth. As more agents step into the chase, and with Sam’s daughter still unaccounted for, neither Alyssa nor Sam can predict just how deadly hot this situation is about to become. . . . A thrilling novel that ranges back into the days of World War II, into friendships, families, liaisons, betrayals, and the code of honor that binds the U.S. Navy SEALs, Gone Too Far is an electrifying experience in suspense–and a brilliant tale of lives lived on the edge. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction

A Step Too Far

Author : Daniel B. Hunt
ISBN : 9781532009969
Genre : Fiction
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Paul Thorne is a violent man with a checkered past who has just obtained his dream job with one of the three most powerful corporations in human space. Working for a steady paycheck, under the protective umbrella of Syrch Corp, is an enormous opportunity that promises a bright future. But all that is jeopardized when Paul receives an unthinkable assignment. Jillian Caldwell is the niece and ward of a biochemist on Papens World. Her mother hid sensitive information from Syrch Corp on Jillians cranial mesh, and now Jillian is a potential threat. As Paul is propelled on a journey of murder, lies, and half-truths, his resolve is tested as he clashes with the corporation he hoped would be his salvation. Now as Jillians fate hangs precariously in the balance, Paul must decide whether he has what it takes to be an Enforcer or whether he should let his ethos lead him into an unknown future. In this gripping science fiction tale, one man is pitted against a hulking intergalactic corporation.
Category: Fiction

A Little Too Hot

Author : Lisa Desrochers
ISBN : 9780062299055
Genre : Fiction
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From USA Today bestselling author Lisa Desrochers comes the third book in her sizzling new adult series. If you play with fire … Tossed out of college and cut off by her parents, Samantha West is in pretty dire straits. So when her rocker best friend hooks her up with a job dancing at a gentlemen's club, who is she to turn it down? Plus, there are rules to dancing at Benny's: No touching, keep your clothes on at all times, and never get closer than three feet. Unfortunately for Sam, her first private client makes her want to break every single one of them. Harrison Yates is scorching hot, but he's got a past that involves being left at the altar not too long ago. Sam is determined to make him forget about his ex, but when she makes her move, it flings her life into a spiral of chaos she never saw coming. Because Harrison Yates isn't who he seems to be. And his secret will probably get her killed.
Category: Fiction

A Universe Too Far

Author : B.R. Miller
ISBN : 9781642144017
Genre : Fiction
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Several years ago, the spaceship Genesis was sent out on Earth's first mission to other solar systems to seek out the possibility of life, and even intelligent life on other worlds. That mission did indeed find life to be abundant in the heavens, and the Genesis ship found itself in a great expanse of space with no heavenly bodies. They turned back, fearing they might be headed for a black hole. When I returned to Earth, the scientists were very puzzled. The scientists could not believe the presence of a void in that sector of space. The spaceship Gemini was built and launched to find an answer to that question. The Gemini did in fact prove the existence of that black void but then returned to Earth with many more questions than answers. Perhaps you may have an answer. This book effectively becomes a sequel to The Genesis Mission. Certain ideas put forth in Genesis left things unanswered. This book attempts to cover the possibilities that scientists would want answers to questions which arose in The Genesis Mission.
Category: Fiction

A Bridget Too Far

Author : Edwin F Jones
ISBN : 9781310705960
Genre : Humor
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London cabaret artiste, Bridget, has a problem. After she is treated with disrespect from her boss, she goes too far with her reaction, leading to the destruction of both her career and personal life. Her further calamities become national entertainment as she is left struggling to return to normality. Unfortunately, her ex-boss has other plans for her future. The question is, how far will Bridget go? An outrageous comedy of sexual misadventure and the extremities we will go to in the name of love.
Category: Humor

Going A Little Too Far

Author : K. T. Morrison
ISBN : 1547108959
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You couldn't picture a sweeter couple than Troy and Emma.Troy's a former Division One college wrestler. A walking water park at two-sixty-five, with shoulders no woman could get her arms around and a set of abs you could scrub laundry on.Emma's a sweet little Georgia Peach. Pretty as can be in her proper dresses; she's a good girl from a good family that raised her right.You couldn't tell by looking at them that they were two straight-up freaks that loved to push each other's kinky buttons.Emma, with all her book club shyness, loves to be manhandled, loves to be lifted off her feet and dominated. Troy is a monster with a six-hundred-fifty-pound deadlift and she's like a feather in his arms.Troy likes to be humiliated. He knows he doesn't have much 'down there' and he likes his virginal wife to tell him he's no good and she'd have to get what she wanted elsewhere.Couple of closet freaks.A summer housewarming party on a scorching hot West Texas day puts a gift in their lap. A big, larger-than-life playtoy for Emma to tease her husband with. He wants her to. She wants to do it. But once it starts, where do you stop? What's going too far?

A Cut Too Far

Author : Herman Brown
ISBN : 9781467790284
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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I may be in trouble...but there's more to my story. School has never been fun for Chace. Because of his huge jaw and crooked teeth, he rarely gets through a day of classes without bullies like Ivan taunting him. Things worsen when Chace's mom starts dating an Iranian man and Ivan's harassment takes a racist turn. Chace has had enough and decides to retaliate. But when Chace's Internet threats backfire, the result is a suspension from school. Now Chace will have to explain to his mom how his attempt to defend her made him look like the bad guy. And he'll have to figure out how to deal with a struggle that he can't seem to win.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

A Step Too Far

Author : Will Cordes
ISBN : 9780595278718
Genre : Fiction
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Matheson Draper ruled a global business empire. His shiny black trucks, planes, and ships traveled the far reaches of the world. A remorseless sexual deviate, he went to great lengths to promote and expand his corporate interests. But sometimes a man's power can corrupt more than just himself. Todd Milton, state agent for the Montana Criminal Investigation Bureau, was no stranger to murder investigations, but who would want to kill one of the world's richest men? Or maybe it might be easier to figure out who wouldn't. From the high peaks north of Yellowstone to the quiet suburbs of New England, Todd will find help and love along the way. But will Todd's investigation into the death of a man who ground his competition under foot without a passing thought find the one step that was a step too far?
Category: Fiction

Too Far

Author : Mike Lupica
ISBN : 1101191848
Genre : Fiction
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“Real-life news reports of out-of-control hazing by high school sports teams give Lupica’s tale a ripped-from-the-headlines thrill.”—Publishers Weekly South Shore High School’s nationally recognized basketball team is in the midst of a winning season when its team manager is murdered—and aspiring sportswriter, senior Sam Perry, begins to hear stories of hazing that went over the line. As the ranks close against him, he turns to fallen-from-grace city newsman Ben Mitchell for help. And the two will discover just how far a town will go to get a state championship. “Brisk writing and bristling with suspense. Too Far is too smart to figure out. (You won’t.) It’s terrific.”—Patricia Cornwell “Surprising, dark...stunning…filled with twisting plot, crackling dialogue and unforgettable characters.”—*Harlan Coben “It’s simple, you can write or you can’t. Lupica can. And Too Far proves it again.”—Robert B. Parker
Category: Fiction

Too Far From Home

Author : Chris Jones
ISBN : 9781407013176
Genre : Nature
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On February 1, 2003, ten astronauts were orbiting the planet. Seven headed back to Earth on the space shuttle Columbia. They never made it. And the three men left behind found themselves too far from home. Chris Jones chronicles the efforts of the beleaguered Mission Control in Houston and Moscow as they work frantically against the clock to bring their men safely back to Earth, ultimately settling on a plan that felt, at best, like a long shot. Yet even amid the danger, the call of space is a siren song, and Too Far From Home details beautifully the majesty and mystique of space travel, while reminding us all how perilous it is to soar beyond the sky.
Category: Nature

Never Too Far Gone

Author : Sharice D'Zion
ISBN : 9781257014552
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Sharice Cuthrell's debut novel, Never Too Far Gone, is a skillfully written tale of a family hanging on by a tattered thread as they each face their own demons. This novel will inspire you into a deeper relationship with God once you learn that no matter how far gone you may be, if there's breath left in your body then you're NEVER TOO FAR GONE!

A Tunnel Too Far

Author : Charles A. Turek
ISBN : 9781463654108
Genre : Fiction
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Deep under the bustling city, a dirty system of tunnels carries on the commerce of a booming economy. Living in this dark Hades by choice, a prideful young son of immigrants finds that his world is not what it seems to be. Inspired by some of the true facts and urban legends about those tunnels, this story is a tragedy about how we view ourselves and our place in society. The time is the very beginning of the Great Depression, and the place is in and around Chicago of that era. Electric streetcars still dodge horses, wagons and motorcars. The great railroads still operate steam-hauled trains into the city and serve its diverse population via fabled passenger stations. Prohibition is the law of the land, and crooks, criminals, and mobsters of all shapes and sizes are the law of the streets. Frank Cermak is a product of the ethnic neighborhoods, narrowly defined enclaves where narrow minds are common. He sits on the broad shoulders of the city, secure and smug, ready to grab his world by the tail and battle it to submission. The battlegrounds are the tunnels, streets, neighborhoods and canals of the great city, and the warriors are men and women like Frank, themselves caught in the battle without knowing which side they are on. Getting himself too deep into what he considers to be innocent mob activities, Frank is bent to the breaking point. With his stubborn pride ruined, his version of morality shaken, and his prejudices exposed, he must admit his defeat and suffer a horrible disgrace at the hands of cruel and ruthless men. Desperate, Frank struggles to right the world that he had figured all wrong.
Category: Fiction

A Bridge Too Far

Author : Martin W. Bowman
ISBN : 9781473829787
Genre : History
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This, the fourth and final volume of the series on Market-Garden in September 1944 reveals the final fate of the troops at Oosterbeek and the decision to evacuate all able bodied men in Operation 'Berlin' as well as the subsequent Operation 'Pegasus' when the Allies tried to return as many beleaguered troops back to Allied lines as possible. Was Arnhem indeed 'a bridge Too Far'? While 'Market-Garden' certainly was a heroic failure conducted at great cost it is debatable whether it contributed materially to the ultimate victory or was a foolish sacrifice of thousands of troops, aircrew and Dutch civilians in an ill-conceived assault on the German-held bridges across the Lower Rhine. There is no doubting the gritty, gallant and valorous contribution on the part of the British, Dominion, American and Polish paratroopers, the RAF and USAAF aircrews and their German opponents and Dutch civilians. Their incredible, illuminating and often under-stated accounts of extraordinary courage, camaraderie, shared terror and encounters with the enemy offer a more personalised view of 'Market-Garden' through the words of those who were there at the heart of the action. These tales are complemented by the author's background information supplemented by the inclusion of daily timelines that give an overall picture of each battle and air operation.
Category: History

A Sea Too Far

Author : Hank Manley
ISBN : 1477228608
Genre : Fiction
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A surprise hurricane sweeps across the small Bahamian island where Warren Early, age fifteen, is spending the summer. He is swept to sea with his dog Conchshell and knocked unconscious. The boy awakens at the secret camp of the famous pirate Edward Teach, known as Blackbeard. Crew members suspect Warren is a spy for hated Governor Rogers and prepare to hang him. Blackbeard intervenes. Marty Read befriends Warren. Together they participate in the capture of a French merchant ship and a hostage plan to extort gold and medicine from the townspeople of Charles Town. The plot fails. Blackbeard is captured. Warren and Marty manage to free their captain and return to Nassau where they meet Calico Jack Rackman and Anne Bonney. The four pirates sail off to the Jamaica and seize a Spanish merchant ship with deadly results. Can Warren ever return to his frantic parents? What is the secret Marty has hidden so cleverly? Will the two friends be able to continue their growing relationship over the span of two hundred years?
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Too Far South

Author : Sylvia Thomson
ISBN : 9781480804500
Genre : Fiction
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From a bluff overlooking Mobile Bay, Caroline Colson reflects on a troubling and disturbing summer, filled with rumors of war. Although threats and rumors about the Yankees and secession from the Union continue to plague her village, Caroline still believes she lives too far south to be touched by war. Unfortunately, she could not be more wrong. When their young son dies in a tragic accident, Caroline's husband, Cameron, is lost within the darkness of overwhelming grief and blames a young slave named Edmund for the death. The boy is sent away from the house and from his mother, Bertha, a household slave, after the accident. The boy soon goes missing, which sends Bertha down a heartbreaking path to search for him, examine her life, and question her self-worth. Meanwhile, Caroline is left to battle her own grief and deal with Cameron, who has transformed into an angry, bitter man. As war begins, Cameron, a respected maritime lawyer and patriot, boards the CSS Alabama where his fate awaits. Too Far South tells the story of a Southern Alabama family's determination to survive the Civil War despite the blockade of Mobile Bay. The anxiety and apprehension of an invasion by the Federal fleet to encounter Confederate Forces in a battle for Mobile Bay, affected all.
Category: Fiction

A Chilli Too Far

Author : Brian Kennett
ISBN : 9786162221231
Genre : Travel
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The way in which we understand and appreciate the world will affect our whole approach to life. Over the last century physical science has shown that the cosmos is quite different from what was previously thought. It is far more stimulating and complex. This book describes how, over the centuries, certain simple observations have affected physical science and mathematics. We are now beginning to unearth mysteries and answers which previously were believed to be beyond solution. But science cannot provide all the answers. After first visiting and then living in Southeast Asia I found a range of different approaches which have proved invaluable when facing the challenges of life. ‘A Chilli Too Far’ was written after completing a cycling tour of Southeast Asia in 2002/3. The region, formerly called ‘Indochina’, contains a wonderful tapestry of cultures – a result of Indian, Muslim and Chinese influences. Such outlooks complement the Western perspective. Although my initial intention was to have some fun, the tour turned out to have unexpected repercussions. I was to discover a variety of positive outlooks when tackling life’s problems and met people from differing cultures who radiated an inner sense of contentment. This book, although basing itself on the way in which physical science has developed over the centuries, attempts to show that a harmony is possible between the Oriental and Western perspectives. This seems to be particularly relevant in an age of ideological tensions.
Category: Travel

A Battle Too Far

Author : Carole McEntee-Taylor
ISBN : 9781473831490
Genre : History
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Port Said September 1st 1945 "As the ship pulled into Alex, the dockside was a hive of activity. The captain had radioed ahead and so there was a battalion of the Kings' African Rifles (KAR)waiting to disarm us as we disembarked. All these KAR's were standing at the order as a staff officer informed us that we were to be placed under arrest and escorted to Khartoum, here we would contemplate our mutiny for 2 years. Our battalion was still under arms; the sound of the cocking of weapons greeted the officer's threat, and a lone voice asked "And who's going to escort the darkies?" All our officers were powerless, we had the drop on the KAR's, all that was needed was for someone to pull the trigger. A Battle Too Far is the true story of Rifleman Henry Taylor 6923581, late 7th Battalion The RifleBrigade (1stBattalion London Rifle Brigade) and is based on his diaries and recollections as told to his son Lawrence. The Foreword is by Lt-Gen Sir Christopher Wallace Chairman of The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum in Winchester.Henry's war began in October 1942 as the 2nd Battle of El Alamein commenced and continued almost non-stop for the next three years. From El Alamein to Tunisia he fought with the 8th Army as they finally pushed Rommel back to the sea.Expecting to return to Britain in preparation for D Day at the last minute plans were changed and they were ordered to Italy instead. Here they found themselves fighting for every inch of land against determined, well dug-in defenders, in conditions often resembling the trenches of WW1. Their reward? Their campaigns forgotten as the world concentrated on the D Day invasion and to be called 'D Day Dodgers' despite enduring some of the heaviest fighting of the war.As Europe celebrated VE Day Henry's war continued as they raced to Austria to prevent Yugoslav forces annexing Carinthia in the opening shots of the Cold War. Then, as the men around him were de-mobbed, Henry and the rest of the Battalion were sent back to Egypt to protect British interests in the continuing civil unrest. Dejected and fed up it only took one incident to spark a mutiny.As featured in The Enfield Gazette.
Category: History

Gone Too Far

Author : Natalie D. Richards
ISBN : 9781402285554
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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From the bestselling author of Six Months Later An anonymous text invites Piper to choose: the cheater, the bully, the shoplifter. The popular kids with their dirty little secrets. And with one text, Piper can make them pay. But the truth can be dangerous... Piper Woods can't wait to graduate. To leave high school—and all the annoying cliques—behind. But when she finds a mysterious notebook filled with the sins of her fellow students, Piper's suddenly drowning in their secrets. And she's not the only one watching. Also by Natalie D. Richards: Six Months Later My Secret to Tell One Was Lost We All Fall Down What You Hide
Category: Young Adult Fiction

The Fallen Too Far Trilogy

Author : Abbi Glines
ISBN : 9781471122385
Genre : Fiction
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When Blaire Wynn's mother passed away, her life changed in an instant and she finds herself uprooted into a new world of luxury and extravagance when she has to move in with her estranged father and his new wife. Blaire knows she'll never fit into this life, and to make matters worse, her father has gone overseas for the summer with his wife, leaving her stranded with Rush, her new stepbrother, who's irritating, arrogant and… seriously sexy. Blaire knows Rush is anything but good for her, but somehow she can't fight the attraction she's feeling, especially when she starts to think the attraction might be mutual… Rush is jaded and has dark secrets that Blaire is afraid of uncovering, but despite Rush's troubles, Blaire just may have fallen too far to walk away… Full of passion and hot romance this ebook collection of Abbi Glines' Fallen Too FarTrilogy is perfect fans of New Adult! Includes a sneak peak of the new hot book in the Rosemary Beach series, Take a Chance!
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