Published Books

Dating the Undead

Dating the Undead

Designed like a woman’s magazine, New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter and SEALed and Delivered author Jill Monroe’s new book Dating the Undead is about dating, mating, and sometimes hating Hot Men of the Otherworld.

Dating the Undead is the only magazine of its kind, focusing entirely on the love of immortal men of all forms and

Choose to Lose

Choose to Lose

A New York Times bestseller!

From celebrated fitness trainer Chris Powell, star of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition, comes this inspirational weight loss book to help anyone conquer their weight. Following the author’s Carb Cycle Solution, you can drop pounds safely and quickly while learning how to “listen to your body” to optimize your overall

A Lady Awakened

In Cecilia Grant’s emotionally rich and deeply passionate Regency romance debut, a deal with a rumored rogue turns a proper young woman into . . . A Lady Awakened.

Newly widowed and desperate to protect her estate and beloved servants from her malevolent brother-in-law, Martha Russell conceives a daring plan. Or rather, a daring plan to

An Unexpected Gentleman

Adelaide Ward has but one goal-to obtain an offer of marriage from the respectable, if unappealing, Baron Maxwell. But it’s the devilishly handsome Connor Brice who captures her imagination-and a kiss in broad daylight-in front of a dozen members of the ton. Now Adelaide must decide if the charming scoundrel who stole away her reputation might

The Nation’s Stage: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

When the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts opened in our nation’s capital on September 8, 1971, its mission was to be the “national center for the performing arts.” Forty years later the Center has succeeded in that mission and continues to celebrate it—countless times over—in every state and country around the world,

This is Your Book

This is Your Book

Graphic artist Ryan Maconochie’s baby book with humorous, provocative and idiosyncratic questions blends a modern design aesthetic with the perfect format for chronicling your child’s first year.

This Is Your Book gives parents an opportunity to record the vital statistics about their baby’s birth, but it also allows for them to reflect on the pop culture

NERDS: Cheerleaders of Doom

NERDS: Cheerleaders of Doom (Book Three)

Matilda “Wheezer” Choi, the asthmatic who can fly and kick butt courtesy of her nanobyte-enhanced inhalers, loves pro wrestling and hates anything “girlie.” Maybe that’s because she grew up with six brothers—or maybe it’s because her home life has become a battle zone in the conflict between her parents. Unfortunately for Wheezer, when a former

The Game of Love

Chris St. James is ready for normal. After walking away from her pro tennis career and a toxic relationship with a star hockey player, she’s starting a new life as a teacher and tennis coach in a small town. Now all she needs is an average guy to share it with.

Brett Wallace is no



Another book from the blogger behind the popular, Insanewiches: 101 Ways to Think Outside the Lunchbox, is filled with delicious but demented recipes that are perfect for one, a family, or a crowd.

This time, blogger Adrian Fiorino goes beyond photos and serves up 101 wacky yet simple recipes for creating your own insanewiches. Designed

Nearly A Lady

Lord Gideon Haverston wanted to right his family’s wrongs. So when he promises young Winnefred Blythe the money that his stepmother had cheated her out of over the years, he expects to be greeted as a hero. But the situation is much more complicated than Gideon had expected-and the task of taming the untrusting Winnefred

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