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Batman. Harley Quinn.

Batman. Harley Quinn.

2015

Head over heels in her devotion to the Joker, Arkham psychiatrist Harleen Quinzel gave up her career (and her sanity) to transform herself into the ultimate companion for crime's clown prince - the mad moll Harley Quinn. Of course, Harley's romance with the Joker hasn't been easy. The two are at each other throats as often as in each other's arms, and that buzzkill Batman is always sticking his nose in just when things are starting to get fun. But what great love story is without the occasional incarceration and life-threatening peril?

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Contest of queens

Contest of queens

Bartlett, Jordan H., author.
2022

Jacs, an inventor's apprentice from the Lower Realm, befriends Connor of the Upper Realm. The strength of their bond overcame realm-related prejudice. But when the old feud in the Queendom of Frea reignites, Jacs must defy gravity and compete in the Contest of Queens to prove that a Queendom is strongest when united.

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Finch Merlin and the blood tie

Finch Merlin and the blood tie

Forrest, Bella, author
2020

Now married to Ryann and happy in Atlantis, Finch is preoccupied with defending the throne from traitors, while Nash simply fights for survival for himself and for Huntress.

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How to love : a novel

How to love : a novel

Cotugno, Katie, author
2013


The Jewel

The Jewel

Ewing, Amy, author
2014


Lifeblood

Lifeblood

Showalter, Gena, author
2017


My life next door

My life next door

Fitzpatrick, Huntley, author
2012


Red Rosa : a graphic biography of Roda Luxemburg

Red Rosa : a graphic biography of Roda Luxemburg

Evans, Kate, 1972- author, illustrator.
2015


The secrets of attraction

The secrets of attraction

Constantine, Robin, author
2015


Six of crows

Six of crows

Bardugo, Leigh, author
2018


This shattered world

This shattered world

Kaufman, Amie, author
2014


Unwind

Unwind

Shusterman, Neal, author
2009

The Second Civil War was fought over reproductive rights. The chilling resolution: Life is inviolable from the moment of conception until age thirteen. Between the ages of thirteen and eighteen, however, parents can have their child "unwound," whereby all of the child's organs are transplanted into different donors, so life doesn't technically end. Connor is too difficult for his parents to control. Risa, a ward of the state is not enough to be kept alive. And Lev is a tithe, a child conceived and raised to be unwound. Together, they may have a chance to escape and to survive.

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What I thought was true

What I thought was true

Fitzpatrick, Huntley, author
2014


X-Men. First class, Vol. 1

X-Men. First class, Vol. 1

Parker, Jeff, 1966-
2011


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