Max by Stacey Zackerly Book Summary:
Max was a stray cat who wondered into Martin's life one day and ended up turning it upside down. Much to his surprise Martin discovered that by staring into the black cat's eyes without blinking he would be magically transformed into an attractive young woman; a process that could easily be reversed by another stare down with the mysterious feline. For many people this would be a horrifying discovery, but for Martin it was a dream come true as it allowed him to indulge in his ongoing cross dreaming fantasies of experiencing sexual situations as a female."Max" is a whimsical and magical treat delivered by bestselling author Stacey Zackerly just in time for Halloween...or anytime you're in the mood for a witty, sexy, romantic, gender bender of a tale.The story contains explicit adult language and very graphic depictions of sexual situations. (Approximately 22,000 words.)
Max by Katherine Cecil Thurston Book Summary:
This is Max, Katherine Cecil Thurston's story of a young Russian princess, who, disguised as a boy, flees to the Montmartre Quarter of Paris the night before her arranged marriage. Like everything Thurston wrote, it's a fine read and a great adventure. . . . Born Katherine Cecil Madden in Cork, Ireland, Thurston was a contributing author of short stories for various British publications such as Pall Mall Magazine, Gunter's Magazine, London Magazine, Windsor Magazine, and others. Thurston's novels achieved success not only in Great Britain but in the United States as well. Her best known work was a political thriller titled John Chilcote (as The Masquerader in the United States) published in 1904. It was on the New York Times Best Seller list for two years, ranking as the third best-selling book for 1904 and the seventh best selling in 1905. Her novels include The Circle, John Chilcote (aka The Masquerader), The Gambler, The Mystics, The Fly on the Wheel, Life, and Max.
Max by Sarah Cohen-Scali Book Summary:
Nazi Germany. 1936. In the Lebensborn program, carefully selected German women are recruited by the Nazis to give birth to new members of the Aryan race. Inside one of these women is Max, literally counting the minutes until he is born and he can fulfill his destiny as the perfect Aryan specimen. Max is taken away from his birth mother soon after he enters the world. Raised under the ideology and direction of the Nazi Party, he grows up without any family, without any affection or tenderness, and he soon becomes the mascot of the program. That is until he meets Lukas, a young Jewish boy whom he knows he is meant to despise. Instead, the friendship that blossoms changes Max’s world forever.Translated from the original French, Sarah Cohen-Scali brings the details of the Lebensborn program to light in this haunting and heartbreaking novel.A Neal Porter Book
Max by James Patterson Book Summary:
Nobody said saving the world would be easy. Until now, Max and the flock have lived a lonely existence: hunted down, tortured, and pushed to the fringe of society; always on the run, they have never been able to live a normal life. But things are changing. The flock have finally found acceptance for their extraordinary skills. The avian hybrids don't have to hide away any longer - far from it: now everyone wants to see just what they can do. But fame and fortune always come at a price and Max isn't ready for all the glitz and glamour just yet. Meanwhile sinister forces are plotting their attack, putting more than just the flock in danger. Something deadly is lurking in the depths of the ocean. As the flock uncover a terrible secret set to threaten the world, can they save the day or is this a disaster too tough to tackle, even for them?
Max by Gordon Houghton Book Summary:
A dystopian society on the brink of revolution; a population chipped, regulated and drugged into submission; an overpopulated planet defined by the One Mother, One Child policy... Into this world a baby is born: a child with the power to change everything.
Max by Katherine Cecil Thurston Book Summary:
Katherine Cecil Thurston was an Irish novelist. Katherine Thurston's novels achieved success in both Britain and the United States. Her best-known work was a political thriller entitled John Chilcote, M.P. (as The Masquerader in the United States), published in 1904 and on the New York Times bestseller list for two years, ranking as third best-selling book for 1904 and seventh best in 1905.
Max! by Vic Connor Book Summary:
Middle school isn't easy for anyone, especially not Max Lapin. He gets bullied, has anxieties about almost everything (including seeing his own blood) and has a crush on the smartest girl in his class. But through it all, 12-year-old Max finds solace in his favorite sport. Soccer.When a government contractor destroys his favorite soccer pitch, Max falls into disarray. It doesn't help that the meanest gang in school controls the town's other soccer field.See the world through Max's eyes as he learns his lessons about growing up -- the joy of helping others, finding compromise, and talking to girls. The book is set in Soviet-era Russia, but Max's experiences of being a kid are universal.Max must confront his fears to do what he loves. If he fails, he risks losing his friends, his passion for soccer, and the girl of his dreams. But, if he succeeds...Join the club of satisfied readers who call Max! "One of the best books ever," "Extraordinarily enjoyable," and "Inspirational."
Max! by Vic Connor Book Summary:
Middle school isn't easy for anyone, especially not Max Lapin. He gets bullied, has anxieties about almost everything (including seeing his own blood) and has a crush on the smartest girl in his class. But through it all, 12-year-old Max finds solace in his favorite sport. Soccer.When a government contractor destroys their favorite soccer pitch, Max falls into disarray. It doesn’t help that the meanest gang in school controls the town’s other soccer field.See the world through Max’s eyes as he learns his lessons about growing up — the joy of helping others, finding compromise, and talking to girls. The book is set in Soviet-era Russia, but Max’s experiences of being a kid are universal.Max must confront his fears to do what he loves. If he fails, he risks losing his friends, his passion for soccer, and the girl of his dreams. But, if he succeeds…Join the club of satisfied readers who call Max! “One of the best books ever,” “Extraordinarily enjoyable,” and “Inspirational.”Genre: humorous adventure for intelligent middle-grade kids.
Max (Reading Rainbow Book) by Rachel Isadora Book Summary:
ALA Notable Children's Book International Reading Association Classroom Choice A Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies Max is a crack baseball player. Saturday mornings he walks with his sister, Lisa, to her dancing school on his way to the park for his weekly game. One morning Max is early, and Lisa's teacher invites him to join the class. Max stretches at the barre. He struggles for a split. And before he knows it, he's having fun! Young ballplayers and ballet dancers will share Max's delight when he discovers that dance class is a great way to warm up for a home run.
Goodnight Max (Max and Ruby) by Rosemary Wells Book Summary:
"Goodnight, Max," says Max's sister Ruby. But Max can't get comfortable. First he spills a glass of water. Then there are all those itchy cookie crumbs in his bed?and the moon shining through his window. Will poor Max ever fall asleep? Rosemary Wells's beloved Max and Ruby are back in an irresistibly touchable book that is also a satisfying bedtime story. Toddlers won't be able to resist all the tactile elements--fourteen tempting things to touch, move, even smell--while a gently humorous story makes this the perfect book for bedtime, naptime, or anytime!
Dead to the Max (Max Starr Series, Book 1, a paranormal romance/mystery) by Jasmine Haynes Book Summary:
Thirty-something, down-on-her-luck accountant Max Starr has the unfortunate gift of being psychic, a newly-discovered wrinkle in her already messed-up life. Her husband, Cameron, is dead, killed in a botched 7-11 robbery two years ago. She’s cut herself off from friends, moved out of her San Francisco home in favor of a studio apartment, and dumped her flourishing career as a CPA to do temp work.And now Max has developed an annoying penchant for attracting the spirits of murdered women. Okay, they possess her. And to exorcize them, Max must unmask their killers. But how?! By stepping into the void their deaths created, taking their jobs, befriending the loved ones they left behind. Max goes wherever she has to go and does whatever she has to do, with a lot of help from the ghost of her late husband Cameron and hunky and very enticing Detective Witt Long.In Dead to the Max, Book 1 in the Max Starr series, Max steps into the shoes of a murdered accountant and starts to learn that even supposedly boring accountants can have secret lives and secret desires. Max just has to hope the secrets she uncovers don’t get her killed, too.“Dead to the Max” is Book 1 in the contemporary paranormal romance/mystery Max Starr series, contains some erotic elements, and is approximately 82,000 words. This book contains the following bonus material: Excerpts from the next Max Starr mystery, “Evil To The Max,” “Somebody’s Lover,” and “Twisted by Love.”Previously published in 2003 as Dead to the Max by JB Skully from LiquidSilverBook.Contains super sexy material.REVIEWS for the Max Starr series:“4 Hearts! Dead to the Max is funny and sad all at once ... it is a true murder mystery; it keeps you guessing until the very end.” Sensuality rating: Explicit~ Reviewed by Sara for The Romance StudioRTR Reviewers Choice Award!“intense emotions, high-voltage drama and adventure along with delicious sex scenes.” ~ Reviewed by Tracey for The Road to Romance“This book will put you through the wringer.”~ Reviewed by Patricia for Sensual Romance Reviews“4 1/2 Flames. DEAD TO THE MAX is a striking read ... I’m very anxious to get my hands on Book 2.”~ Reviewed by Robin for Sizzling Romance Reviews ABOUT THE AUTHORJasmine Haynes, Rita Finalist for Somebody’s Lover, plus two-time Holt Medallion and National Readers Choice Award winner, is the author of over 30 classy, erotic romance tales. Look for more in the West Coast series and her new Reincarnation Tales. Of course, she’s also the author of the award-winning Max Starr psychic mystery series. And don’t miss her writing as Jennifer Skully, KOD Daphne award-winning author, bringing you poignant tales peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh and make you cry.