Top Best-Selling Books Under $25
Take time for yourself and curl up with one of the year’s best-selling books. Consider the following three books that will entertain you for hours, and all three are under $25, making them bargain books.
When a beautiful and mysterious young woman suddenly appears in the small town of Southport, N.C., the town buzzes with questions about her past, especially as Katie appears determined not to form any personal relationships. As her emotional walls begin to weaken, and she is drawn into relationships with the handsome, widowed storekeeper and his two young children, Katie struggles against the terrifying dark secret that led her to Southport. Safe Haven continues to appear on the New York Times best-selling books list because readers enjoy the way Sparks delivers his romantic and bittersweet stories — this time with a thriller twist! Watch for the movie Safe Haven to be released in February 2013.
Caroline Maxwell is a progressive and romantic young woman in 1894 New York City. Under pressure from her mother to marry a “suitable” husband, Caroline would rather join her brother and his friend, Jack, on their adventures around the world. Just as she longs for passion and love outside of the conventions of her upper class position, Caroline also longs for unconventional Jack, deemed unacceptable by her mother. Evanovich fans know what to expect from her best-selling books: quirky characters, belly laughs and a happy ending.
Join the millions of people captivated by Dr. Alexander’s true story where he makes a case for the afterlife. Many books have been written about near-death experiences and scientists, including Dr. Alexander, who scoffed at the idea that these experiences were real. In Proof of Heaven, Dr. Alexander relates his own heavenly experience during a seven-day coma. An angelic guide takes him on a journey that leads to a conversation with the Divine Creator. Readers seeking spiritual insights will find Dr. Alexander’s compelling story delightful food for thought and lively discussion.
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