The following is a list of books recently added to the Brooke County Public Library’s Collection:
THE WISTERIA SOCIETY OF LADY SCOUNDRELS by India Holton. Cecilia Bassingwaite is the ideal Victorian lady. She’s also a thief. Like the other members of the Wisteria Society crime sorority, she flies around England drinking tea, blackmailing friends, and acquiring treasure by interesting means. Sure, she has a dark and traumatic past and an overbearing aunt, but all things considered, it’s a pleasant existence. Until the men show up.
UNBRIDLED COWBOY by Maisey Yates. “Cowboy Sawyer Garrett has no intention of settling down. But when he becomes a single dad to tiny baby June, stepping up to the responsibility is nonnegotiable. And so is finding a woman to be a mother to his infant daughter. So he decides to do it the way the pioneers did: by putting out an ad for a mail-order bride. Evelyn Moore can’t believe she’s agreed to uproot her city life to marry a stranger in Oregon. But having escaped one near-disastrous marriage, she’s desperate for change. Her love for baby June is instant. Her feelings for Sawyer are . . . more complicated. Her gruff cowboy husband ignites thrilling desire in her, but Sawyer is determined to keep their marriage all about the baby. But what happens if Evelyn wants it all?”– Provided by publisher.
EDEN’S CHILDREN by V. C. Andrews. “When former teacher Paula Eden adopts Faith and Trevor, she is astounded by their natural intelligence and decides to homeschool them to nurture their brilliance. But as the years go on, Faith and Trevor itch for more independence. When Faith sets her sights on a handsome young man visiting from out of town, Paula grows increasingly desperate to preserve her small family and her plans for the children to carry on her legacy. Luckily, she has a cohort in loyal Trevor, who will do anything to please his mother, even at the risk of hurting his sister and potentially changing their lives forever.”– Provided by publisher.
FOUR SCORE IN APPALACHIA by Patricia Richards McClure. A chronology of the 80-year history of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra and its impact on the Appalachian community.
CULTURE IS THE WAY by Matt Mayberry. “In too many industries and organizations, the business world is a cutthroat environment that seems to care much more about profits than about the employees who deliver the actual results. And yet, organizations can and do change the world–but never without a great culture. Leaders and managers play the crucial role in shaping and modeling a culture that motivates and inspires every employee to give their best.”– Provided by publisher.
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CAN U SAVE THE DAY? by Shannon Stocker. “B picks on the vowels, because their numbers are so small, while other consonants laugh, but when the vowels disappear one by one, only U can set things right.” — Provided by Publisher.
DOG MAN: TWENTY THOUSAND FLEAS UNDER THE SEA by Dav Pilkey. Piggy has returned, and his newest plot is his most diabolical yet. WHAT other new villains are on the horizon? WHERE are they all coming from? And WHO will step forward to save the city when scoundrels sabotage our Supa Buddies?