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Willow’s Way
Sharon
Struth

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Willow Armstrong is the CEO of a weight loss company Pound Busters and is caught eating food not in the diet plan. Everything has gone wrong in Willow’s life. Her husband cheating on her has caused their divorce, and Willow possibly losing her beloved company has left Willow’s life in shambles. When Willow finds a will in her deceased mother’s things, it sparks her curiosity.

SCI-FI:  Nox is a Coilhunter, but he becomes the Rustkiller when two kids go to Rust Valley. Rust Valley is one place that Nox certainly wouldn't go unless he had to. Those who reside there scavenge metal, but they've also been known to take flesh. Nox saddles up and heads into Rust Valley to bring the kids back safely and battles the clockwork constructs.

SCI-FI/DYSTOPIAN:  Indra is an Outlier, part of a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world. Her group is at the bottom of the food chain. She serves the Sovereign who are inside the walled city with the remaining technology. She makes the journey through the wastelands to serve the Sovereign, so her family can have a better life.

SCI-FI:  In the Wild North, justice is administered with lead, and the value of life is measured in coils of iron. Dead or alive makes no difference to Nox the Bounty hunter; in fact, the only good criminal is a dead criminal. However, the shadows of the past dog Nox. The peace his soul craves cannot be found until he can find revenge for his murdered family.

TIME TRAVEL/FANTASY:  Dianna Cobham returns to the small Newfoundland town to bury her father and a painful chapter of her life. She soon discovers that the treasures left in the family home hold clues to her mother’s mysterious past. Perplexed, Dianna finds a ship in a bottle that has mysterious qualities.

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