Giveaway: Max Payne – Kindred Souls

Jay is a foster kid and dyslexic, which leaves him at odds with his foster parents’ extended families and feeling more alone than ever at the holidays. He’s not good with crowds and tends to shy away from people, which makes summer school not much better than his home life.

While avoiding his problems, he meets popular transfer student Seiji, who frequently feels alone even in the midst of an adoring crowd. The two grow close over the summer, but come … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Max C. Payne – Kindred Souls

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Jay is a foster kid and dyslexic, which leaves him at odds with his foster parents’ extended families and feeling more alone than ever at the holidays. He’s not good with crowds and tends to shy away from people, which makes summer school not much better than his home life.

While avoiding his problems, he meets popular transfer student Seiji, who frequently feels alone even in the midst of an adoring crowd. The two grow close over the summer, but come … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Max C Payne – Something Like Magic

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John Cunningham is a private investigator looking into the disappearance of his friend’s son, but he hits a roadblock because there’s no evidence and the perpetrators are thought to have used magic. For assistance, he’s pointed to magical consultant Orion Kensington, and asks for his help despite John’s bad history with magic and reluctance to have anything to do with it.

But as the case grows more dangerous, and his unexpected attraction to Orion stronger, John soon realizes it’s his own … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Max C Payne – Dreams and a Home

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Having grown up in the city in a tiny apartment that somehow fit four, Nick has always dreamed of a home like in the movies. So he should be over the moon when his father’s investments finally provide sufficient funds for the family to build one.

Then a chance encounter with Eli, the architect they hired, changes Nick’s entire world, and forces him to reconsider what exactly home means, and figure out what he really wants and what he’s willing … Continue reading

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