Ever curious, Elizabeth, Viscountess Rocksley, has turned her curiosity to erotic pleasure. Three years a widow, she boldly employs the madame of a brothel for guidance. But never had she expected her education to be conducted by a coldly handsome peer of the realm.
Irth is a world where magic rules - magic that radiates from the Abiding Star. The nobility, possessors of most of this mystic energy, dwell in floating cities that drift above their realms, plotting against each other for domination. The nobility cast into the abyss those who fail in their attempts to hold or usurp power. There, the outcasts fall into the cold world of the Dark Shore - onto Earth - whence no one has ever returned...until now.
What would you do if you found an evil dwarf in your bathtub? In Robert Darkly's case, you scream like a girl. And then you get taken on a journey to an entirely different world living just on the other side of our own reality - a world where fairy tales are real but not in the way we've come to expect them. The aforementioned dwarf, Rumpelstiltskin, has escaped the tower prison of Thiside determined to finish the sinister plot he started so many years ago.
The legend of the Gypsy Lady had been passed down for centuries, and now it is Cora's turn. Giving people hope and taunting the Demon King is what she lives for, until she catches the attention of Darius, prince of the demons.
Nadia Wolf has had enough and she's fighting back! It comes down to this: Kill or be killed. Nadia doesn't like those options but she is far from safe from Dagor's clutches. Not only does she have to worry about saving her neck, but now she has a new roommate taking over her apartment: Muffin . . . Frankie's wife! Caleb baits Nadia with a new wager, and Greyson's new assistant director is a strawberry-blonde beauty with control issues.
"Fun story with a good narrator"
Locked behind the walls of Lockwood Manor, Julian Cynfell, the Marquess of Lockwood, whiles away his days writing angry letters, drinking and sleeping. He never expects his solitude to be interrupted by a brazen American heiress. Viola Thompson can't believe her luck when the English lord she has been corresponding with for the better part of a year asks her to visit him. This has to mean an offer of marriage, surely? Finally, Viola will prove to her family and friends that she is more than a ruined woman with no prospects.
Newly-pregnant Dr. Beth Nichols is happily engaged to Liam Darrah, a fellow doctor. She has no idea she is being stalked by ex-patient Edwin Evans as she makes her way home one evening after a late shift at the hospital. After being anaesthetized, she wakes up in Edwin's basement, held against her will, and eventually gives birth there without medical help. However, Beth tries to stay positive, and somehow knows that Liam will still be out there searching for her.
Roger is a down-to-earth builder type, Judy is the harassed single mother of four teenage boys, and Thelma is a librarian who usually looks as though she's been sitting on a wasps' nest for most of her life. Neville is on the lookout for a woman (any woman will do), and Julian just wants to be young again. Edie is the wrong side of 70, and Roz is a size zero fitness queen. These characters, together with one very overweight Alice, all meet up for the first time at their local Pilates class. Petra, the class instructor, has no idea what she has gotten herself into!
Married. To Ian. No matter how many times Nadia's predicament crosses through her mind, it always ends with the same question; what in the world have I done?
"Great story, wrong narrator"
In a world, ruled by Dragons.... Galddor, Dragon Sage and liaison to the Sovereign Mountain Dragons, is training three apprentices to become Staves. Once trained, they will occupy all corners of the Realms to watch over and protect the land from magical abuse and desecration. Though Galddor's visions foretold the rise of a destructive foe from within the apprenticeship, he overcomes his concerns.
Arla Deane sometimes likens her marriage to undergoing daily psychological warfare. Husband Ric will never voice an opinion, and puts his mother Edna up high on a pedestal. Arla is sick of always feeling that she comes in at only second best to her mother-in-law, who much to Arla's fury is never told anything by Ric or his sisters that she would not want to hear.
"The Daughter-in-law Syndrome by Stevie Turner"
Niamh, a young, reclusive farm girl, wishes nothing more than to have a quiet, normal life; until she becomes the focus of an outcast Dragon terrorizing the village of Dunmuir. When her farm comes under attack and the Dragon seemingly appears wherever Niamh is, she is thought to be a witch and responsible for calling down the outcast Dragon. The village Administer sends a message to the Dragon Sage, Galddor, to assist with expunging the outcast Dragon.
"Excellent Story enriched by an enchanting voice."
Erin Mason, divorced and with two teenage sons, finds her world starts to fall apart when she undergoes what is termed a "life event", and is diagnosed with cancer. Not too far away somebody else, Alan Beaumont, is also suffering a similar fate. Their paths slowly come together in this inspiring and humorous tale which is partly based on actual events, and shows how love can flourish in the most unlikely of circumstances.
Ruby is a dark-skinned beauty working the lower town of the city as a tavern maid. She dreams of the fast life on the seven seas, of romance and gold and all the treasure she can find. She refuses to die by disease like the rest of the world. It's then that Ruby encounters the captain of a famous pirate crew and she embarks on her new journey across the world. Driven by a passion for treasure and a longing for the captain Ruby finds herself in grave danger amidst the ocean.
"Romance Novels for Women"