Stella Fain has a rule for men she likes: make them wait. But the gorgeous Jay proves an exception to the rule when he bowls Stella off her Prada wedges at a press junket on the Cote d'Azur.
"Cents and Sensibility"
Here's the latest hilarious listen from the one and only Kathy Lette. When Lucy's husband of 18 years runs out on her, she'll do anything to win him back. Including climbing out of her bedroom window at one in the morning wearing her daughter's mini skirt. Jasper has left Lucy for her best friend, the chic and thin interior decorator Renee. To make matters worse, her teenage daughter Tally, blames her Mum.
"To Love, Honour and Betray"
The power to control the driving force of the universe has finally come to light. At the university on Maladaan, Taren has studied everything from genetics and cell communication to Quantum Physics, Astrophysics and ESP. She believes there is an ocean of microscopic vibrations connecting everything in the universe to every other universe - an inter-dimensional field theory.Unbeknownst to Taren, her research and hidden psychic talents are the reason she is called on by the prestigious AMIE space project to investigate an ocean planet and its strange light phenomena.
"Should have an age rating of 15 to 19"
Boys are like buses for TJ. No sign of one for ages and then two come along at the same time! First there's charmer, Ollie Axford, and just when TJ has decided that he could be the one, old flame, Luke De Biasi tells her that he wants to re-kindle their romance.TJ is torn between the two boys, and unhappy that events have conspired to make her appear to be a two-timer.
When Luke, the boy that Nesta has been dating, declares passionate love for T.J., she doesn't know what has hit her. She does her best to avoid him, but when the local schools are asked to work together on a project, Luke is chosen as the overall coordinator and T.J. has no choice but to report back to him on a regular basis. Misunderstandings and miscommunications threaten the girls' friendship and split them into two camps: Lucy and Nesta, Izzie and T.J.
In an attempt to lose weight, Izzie tries everything: one diet after another, a punishing exercise program and every bit of conflicting advice everyone can give her. Her constant worrying about her weight causes her to lose her confidence, and she stops appreciating the things in her life that are special - her supportive friends, the fact that she has been selected for a TV teen panel and a cute boy at the TV studio who seems to appreciate her just the way she is.
A child is stolen - gone but not forgotten. As Stella watches the police investigation unfold, she starts to ask a terrifying question. Where was her own mother that night?
Nesta's life is thrown into upheaval when she gets involved in charity work thinking that it might be a cool way to meet people (mainly boys.) But as her eyes are opened to the plight of the world, she begins to genuinely want to get involved and help others. On top of this, Nesta meets William, a boy who questions her motives. At times, she's convinced he hates her and the feeling is mutual. But Izzie, Lucy and TJ think it is something more like love.
Coll has just about forgiven Art for assuming that she'll sleep with him. He's promised her that they can take things slowly, that the time has to be right for her. But just when is "the right time"? And how will their relationship change afterwards? There's only one way to find out. Coll is about to plunge into the first truly passionate relationship of her life and she's excited, scared, exhilarated. But will she sink or swim?
"book for young females"
A school trip to Florence seems like the perfect escape for Lucy. She wants time away from Tony who is pressuring her to take their relationship further. In Italy, she meets an American boy, who is also visiting Tuscany, and thinks he might be the ideal way to get over Tony. He seems to be the perfect gentlemen and Italy introduces Lucy to a world of culture and sophistication. Will she be able to move on from Tony? Or is a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire?
Alexandra Gray's wickedly entertaining novel introduces a heroine for the noughties and the ten men she meets on her quest for romantic perfection. From the Virgin to the elusive Mr. X, she dares to daily with the men that the rest of us regard with trepidation. But when the Actor has been dumped, and the Lover is left longing, who is it that she really loves?
"Worth the Read"
Lulubelle doesn't even know she's a dog! Then she meets Bones, rescues him from a life of slavery, and together they run away to London. Life on the road isn't easy. Danger lurks behind every bush and around every corner. But Lulubelle and Bones find friends in the strangest places, and their luck soon turns.
Everyone keeps telling Coll she should be over Art by now. However passionate the relationship, however devastating the split - it's time to move on. Sick of suffering, Coll sets out to make a real change in her life. And just as she does - Art comes back. Telling her he wants to be "friends". What game is he playing with her? Coll knows he wants more, and when she's around him, she does too. It's anger versus attraction, logic versus longing - and Coll must make her choice.
This is the second book in the internationally successful Calypso Chronicles series. Calypso begins term facing the dilemma: who does she fancy? Freddie (the prince) or Billy (the fit older boy who rescued her from a dog attack) - or both! While text-flirting with them over the summer break was fun, she knows she has to choose and decides to make the big decision before the La Fiesta Ball.
Calypso Kelly might have pulled Prince Freddie, heir to the British throne and fittest boy in the world, but life becomes a lot more complicated when her mad mother pitches up in England to 'spend more quality time with her boodjie woodjie'. Apart from Calypso's determination to make the national sabre team, sorting out her mad 'rentals', and making time for her prince, she's got the queen of the psycho toffs, the not so Honorable Honey O'Hare breathing down her neck.
Nesta is devastated. She has to wear braces. She thinks that no boy will ever look at her again without thinking of the killer shark in Jaws. And practicing a smile that doesn't show her teeth isn't helping. There's only one option: to become a recluse. Lucy, Izzie, and T. J. try to help Nesta understand that her looks haven't changed, but Nesta's not convinced.
Calypso Kelly's friends at the posh St Augustine's School for girls decide to chuck their boyfriends, she is horrified, but not nearly as horrified as when her boyfriend Prince Freddie dumps her. With an international fencing competition on the horizon and a new boy showering her with attention, can Calypso pull it together and win her prince back? And even if she does, will she have the heart to dump him? All may be fair in love and war unless, of course, you're in love with a prince.