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If you want to be able to binge-read a story like you binge-watch TV, you can read Lost In America episode by episode. Each episode can be read in a few hours, and you can go onto the next one whenever you’re ready! No need to commit to a whole novel at once!
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…It’s the near future, and the next big thing is already here.
Smartphones, tablets, even TVs have been replaced by Butler watches, your own digital personal assistant who knows you intimately.
Billed by genius-inventor Jeff Meyers as “luxury for the little guy,”
your Butler knows your clothing sizes, your favorite pizza toppings, the music you like. Anything you want will be ordered for you at your command. In the early stages of a heart attack? Your Butler detects it, calls for help, and saves your life. In short, your Butler is your very best friend, always there for you–waiting, watching, listening.
It knows everything about you … but so does the company behind it.
That’s where the danger comes in.
Meet Kendra Sinclair. She’d be the first to tell you there’s nothing special about her, until a near-death experience leaves her with a special ability to see puzzle pieces of a frightening future. She uncovers a massive conspiracy that, if successful, will kill millions of people, including the people she loves most.
Kendra’s the only one who can stop it–unless the bad guys stop her first, which means she needs to get Lost In America. But how can she, when privacy is just an illusion?
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Knowing she could never be happy in Iran, Tamila Soroush took her mother’s advice to “Go and wake up your luck” and joined her sister in the United States. Now, after a spur-of-the-moment exchange of “I do”s with her true love, Ike Hanson, Tami is eager to start her new life.
But not everyone is pleased with their marriage, and Tami’s happily- ever-after is no sure thing. With an interview with Immigration looming, Tami wonders if she’s got the right stuff when it comes to love, American-style. Maybe her luck is running out. Or maybe she’ll stand up for herself and claim her American dream.
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Since the love of her life betrayed her, Meg has had a hard time putting into practice her Hokey-Pokey Theory of Life, which demands that you put your whole self in.
What’s the point of opening yourself up if your heart comes back a little more broken each time? These days, Meg and her nine-year-old son Henry are taking on the world in their own lively way, and it?s enough.
Then Meg unexpectedly finds love in the form of an exotically handsome Iranian-American who befriends her and Henry over a game of chess in a coffee shop.
When Meg takes another leap of faith, she begins to discover that in order to heal you have to hurt, but most of all you have to live your life and put your whole self in.
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But in the Islamic Republic of Iran, dreams are a dangerous thing for a girl. Knowing they can never come true, Tami abandons them. . . . Until her twenty-fifth birthday, when her parents give her a one-way ticket to America, hoping she will “go and wake up her luck.”
If they have their way, Tami will never return to Iran . . . which means she has three months to find a husband in America.
Three months before she’s sent back for good …