How far would a man go to protect those he loved? For Gabriel Espinoza, the answer was simple: to the ends of the universe. When a failed genetic test ruins his life, Gabriel and his fiancée prepare to run to a world where the laws aren't as strict. There they could remain, in peace, for the remainder of their days, their love unspoiled by the strict regime which controls the Dominion of Man.
"Space opera on the campy side."
Biology student River-Lea Thompson's plan to be a surrogate mother for a rich billionaire and his wife was meant to be her way out of her debt problems. But she had no idea that her problems were only just beginning. Just weeks away from giving birth and Silicon Valley billionaire Matthew Chase has told River-Lea that he and his wife have separated and as a result the terms of the agreement will have to be adjusted.
"Book was a cute Billionaire Story"
A birthday party on a beautiful summer Sunday afternoon on the roof garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the guest of honor, Roland Fortune, mayor of New York City. Suddenly, multiple explosions rock the entire building. This is not an accident, not a gas leak, but a heinous act of terrorism. Among the injured is the mayor himself, and although he survives, but the woman he loves does not. Ultimately, the death toll exceeds 1700 people. And the terrorism does not stop there.
From birth, Avery Foster was destined to be anything but ordinary. When a mysterious storm stirs up over her school, Avery discovers a dark past and a family secret that changes everything as she knows it. All of a sudden, people are out for her blood, immortal blood. With her family by her side, and a boy she's known since childhood, can Avery overcome all the barriers put in her way and bring about change for a race who has lain dormant for thousands of years?
He did wild things that no one else dared even think about. He was just someone for whom the rules, all of the rules, simply did not apply. But tonight, Luther was going to make sure the rules did apply, by kidnapping Luke Bradley Jr. and making him atone for his sins by treating him just like he'd treated Luther in school - and the way he had treated the animals.
"Torture and cruelty abound"
Poet to the Poor is a collection of poetry written for the bottom one-percent. This work draws from historical figures and everyday people from John's life, creating a powerful poetic testimony. In revolutionary fashion John defies both the politics of the day and the modern style of poetry. The poems are written in a wide variety of styles, and rhyming is prominent. Passion and purpose abounds in these words.