Anna Martin has never lived her life in accordance with what others might think. Now, hiding behind the trunk of a tree, she's beginning to truly regret that fact. Listening to her reputation being ripped apart is making her suspect that her Ma's warnings are most likely coming true. After all, what man would ever consider courting - let alone wedding - a woman who never stops to consider what consequences her actions might have?
"Great story and loved the narrator"
A vacation at an all-inclusive resort in Cancun...who could turn that down? A librarian named Sunny boards the plane with nothing more than her beloved naughty books and her vivid imagination as her travel companions. Mexico has so much to offer - the sparkling Caribbean Sea, white beaches, and lush green rainforests. And the heat is not confined to the sun. Sultry Latin men with nefarious plans, an ancient civilization, and incredibly sexy identical cowboys give her everything she needs to fuel her daydreams. So why does one face keep creeping into her dreams?
"Good storyline and loved the narrator"
Lord and Lady Huntington step off the train where they spent their honeymoon. Lucy is both excited and terrified as their carriage draws them ever closer to Hunter's Ridge, where she will finally meet Lucas' family. An accident on the road does nothing to soothe her shattered nerves until her husband promises that he will always be there, always protect her, and always love her. She has learned so much at his hands during their short marriage as he patiently teaches her what he expects both from his wife and from his special Little One.
"Audio vs Kindle"
Leaving her twin sister Louisa and her husband Lord Edward Wintercrest behind, Lucy knows that while she is sad, it is only right that she follow her husband. Every aspect of traveling by train fascinates her.
"Intense sp*nking story"
Victorian England is not kind to those born without privilege, and yet Lillian Lancaster has made a home for herself and a scrawny feral cat. Lilly is happiest working in the gardens, knowing she can never match their beauty. She is one of the flower-girls on the streets selling the bouquets she makes with love for mere pennies.
Elizabeth's life changed the moment she saw a sleek, black, limousine pull up to the curb outside the restaurant where she and her dearest friends were having a celebration dinner before going to the local club. Though she knew she shouldn't, she found herself stepping back into the shadows as the man she had bumped into earlier led his companion to the car. Her breath caught in her throat as she witnessed a scene that would follow her into her dreams.
"Story is good Narrator is awful"
The Red Petticoat is not just another whorehouse. This is a place for every painted lady to get her happy ending. Madame Jewel and her 'gems' welcome hardworking men to come inside for a home-cooked meal or a few hands of cards. They are invited to listen to a pretty girl sing or watch a show. If a bit of intimate comfort is desired, they are welcome to go upstairs and into the arms of one of the beautiful women wearing the red petticoats. However, refer to its gems as whores and you'll find yourself tossed out into the street.
This is book two in the Divine Design series. Logan's love helped set Elizabeth free to find her voice. Together, they are looking forward to bringing the run-down house back to life to become Haven, the hotel of Elizabeth's dreams. As family and friends gather to begin renovating the old house, Barbara, Logan's sister, is quick to show her true feelings about the entire concept of a hotel catering to the D/S lifestyle and the people building it.
Abby Pierce has created a good life for herself. She's worked hard to fulfill her dreams and find happiness in her life. All her illusions change the night she enters her favorite bookstore to attend a book review.
"Treasured submissive-intro to Domestic Discipline"
Joanna has seen some remarkable things deep in the woods in her role as the chief ranger of a popular national park. However, she never expected to witness a camper receiving a paddling high up on the mountain. When she realizes that she is not disturbed by the poor girl's pleas for the spanking to stop, she wonders if the past she has put behind her is truly history.
The Lord of Wintercrest Manor has married the love of his life in Louisa Furniss. She is slowly learning the rules of his household; rules she never thought she could obey, but her love and desire for her husband help her in her journey in submission as his child bride. Her lessons are suddenly halted when tragedy strikes. Her parents are killed in a carriage accident leaving her with only one living relative - her twin sister Lucy.
Louisa and Lucille are becoming accustomed to life in Wintercrest Manor. Lucy has discovered that her sister is quite content living her life with her strict husband, Lord Edward. Lucy begins her own journey of self-discovery when Lord Edward, her guardian, agrees that she may be courted. Though he has serious doubts about the man, Edward decides to allow Lucy's former mathematics professor, Charles Lloyds, a chance to prove his worth.
The sisters had always shared everything, including their birth. As identical twins, they had never before kept secrets from each other. Not, that is, until the day Louisa wed. Her husband, Lord Edward Wintercrest, wasn't the secret Louisa was terrified would be revealed. It was obvious to all who knew the couple that their marriage was one of deep abiding love for one another. What wasn't obvious was the lifestyle the new bride was being trained to assume.
After suffering a traumatic relationship in the past that caused her to question her own needs, Isabella meets Coleman MacDonald, the best man at her friend's wedding. Coleman feels an immediate and intense attraction to the feisty redhead. Coleman encourages her to step away from the past and trust in a future he wants them to forge together. Isabella finds the strength to follow his lead and soon discovers that living life open to all its possibilities can be quite charming.
We all look up at the moon and wonder. And maybe dream. For centuries, the moon filled our imaginations. Eleven professional writers took those dreams and set original stories on moons scattered all over the galaxy. Yet, as the dreams of centuries, every story holds a human touch. From a mythical man fulfilling a childhood wish to a fantastic addition to Kristine Kathryn Rusch's best-selling Retrieval Artist series, this volume of Fiction River allows you to travel to 11 different moons without leaving the comfort of home.