The Protector (Men of the North Book 1) by Elin Peer
genre: romantic comedy
400 years in the future, men are few and women rule the world.
Except for the area formerly known as Canada and Alaska, which is inhabited by the Men of the Northlands, a group of strong men, who refuse to be ruled by women.
Christina Sanders, an archeologist and professor in history, is fascinated with the past. As a modern woman of year 2437 she knows that women are better off without men, but longing for an adventure, she makes a spontaneous decision and volunteers for a job no one else wants. Now she’s going to lead an archeological excavation in the Northlands, the most secluded place on earth where the mythical males live who are rumored to be as brutal and dangerous as the men Christina has read about in her history books.
What will happen when Christina crosses into the men’s territory? Will they allow her to do her job and is there any way they’ll let her leave again – unharmed?
The Protector is the first book in Elin Peer’s new romantic drama series Men of the North.
Incarcerated: Letters from Inmate 92510 (Katie and Logan) by Inger Iversen
We all wear two masks. One to hide from the world. The other to hide from ourselves.
From Inger Iversen, the first book in a best-selling BWWM romance duology that reaches across the great divide between prejudice and love.
Katie Andreasson’s home office, where she writes best-selling novels, is her refuge from criticism that her private education, her success—even the way she speaks—betrays her own race. With her mother’s death, grief and increasing isolation inspire her to create Capshaw Penitentiary’s pen pal program. Even secretly participate, though her adopted father—the prison warden—would never approve.
Growing up in hardscrabble, rural Kentucky, Logan Whyte learned the hard way to stick with his own kind to stay out of trouble. Still, skirting the edges of the wrong crowd eventually landed him in prison—face to face with the kind of hard-core prejudice he never whole-heartedly embraced.
Now, with plans to get his life back on track once he’s out, he’s exchanging letters with “Kristen”. The rules dictate they can never meet, yet her neatly penned letters do more than ease him toward rejoining the human race. They make him imagine what it would be like to touch the woman behind them. Maybe even call her his.
Safely hidden behind anonymous letters, friendship takes root and grows into bittersweet yearning. But as they break down emotional walls, the truth is revealed, leaving them with the greatest challenge of all. Proving to themselves—and the outside world—that love is truly colorblind.
Indian Instant Pot: 101 Traditional Indian recipes made Easy and Fast by Allyson C Naquin
What makes Indian cuisine special is the sheer diversity of the meals itself. Each region of India has its own style of cooking that boasts a very distinct flavor based on the local ingredients that are available in that region.
Needless to say, no matter which parts cuisine you are going for, you are always in a for treat! For the honorable people of India, the food is not only just another “meal”, but rather it’s a form of expression that represents their culture as a whole.
Hyped up enough? If you have been craving to try out the Indian foods yourself but are unable to go to India, then this is the perfect opportunity for you!
This book is jam packed with 100+ absolutely amazing Indian recipes that fully utilize the power of an Instant Pot! So, not only will you be able to cook Indian cuisine, you will be able to cook them at lightning fast speed and in “Style”!
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