New adventures lie ahead as Anne Shirley packs her bags, waves good-bye to childhood, and heads for Redmond College. With old friend Prissy Grant waiting in the bustling city of Kingsport and frivolous new pal Philippa Gordon at her side, Anne tucks her memories of rural Avonlea away and discovers life on her own terms, filled with surprises...including a marriage proposal from the worst fellow imaginable.
The only thing that gave this book a modicum of interest is the narrator. Otherwise it is the schizophrenic ramblings of a lady.
Nineteen-year-old Candy Raye Montana dreams of becoming a hip-hop superstar, if only someone would discover her talents. And someone does. Mega music producer and king thug of Harlem Junius "Hurricane" Jackson cuts a deal and puts Candy on the stage. Suddenly she is a hot new artist on the notorious Homicide Hitz record label. Her career takes off and she blazes the charts, but it’s not long before Candy realizes that the man she thought was her knight is nothing more than a cold-blooded nightmare.
No way will a chic from the hood, is gonna keep taking a beat down for so long. This is not a love story, but one of just hopelessness & despair. Who wants to hear that. Thankfully I got the story for free. Never will I read this author again.
Gabrielle's shy twin sister is betrothed to a heathen prince from the far north. A Viking! Francesca would not survive the journey north much less the frozen wilderness of her new home. The only way Gabrielle can save her delicate sister is to take her place. Together the twins create a web of deceit that quickly spins out of control leaving a trail of death in its wake. Gabrielle is the elder twin and heir to the throne. Francesca was second born by a matter of minutes, but those critical minutes were enough to label her the spare heir and she felt it every day.
The narrator reads like she reading to kindergarten children. I tried, but just couldn't get the narrator.
Reporter Dana Nichols has come home to Mississippi, determined to uncover the truth behind the tragedy of her parents’ long-ago murder-suicide and clear her family name once and for all. The last thing she expected was an instant attraction to handsome, dedicated doctor Tyler Cole - or that her investigation would cause someone to try to destroy Tyler’s career and reputation. Now, as they search the past for answers, they must walk a dangerous line between trust and uncertainty that will put their future love at stake.
Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. Even The Author didn't seem to get into thus book. I quit at chapter 4, after forcing myself to try and finish.
The Edge lies between worlds, on the border between the Broken, where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is a fairy tale—and the Weird, where blueblood aristocrats rule, changelings roam, and the strength of your magic can change your destiny…Charlotte de Ney is as noble as they come, a blueblood straight out of the Weird. But even though she possesses rare magical healing abilities, her life has brought her nothing but pain.
The narrator as always exceptional. I look for books narrated by Renee even if they are not by ILONA. Ilona did magic with this book,.. Muah.
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Ananda is on her way to the top. A frail heart and mistrust of men once took her soul to the bottom. Her sassy personality is how she forges her way through life and remains in control. Until she meets the man most women's dreams are made of. Ananda can't believe she'll finally get a happily ever after - until a tawdry secret reveal splits her world in two and forces her to realize that dreams are for children, and she is a grown woman now.
Get this, I came from the ghetto. I know this is dramatization, but even in the ghetto three is not this much dumb STUFF.
Award-winning author Brenda Jackson is no stranger to The New York Times and USA Today best seller lists. Feeling the Heat stars rugged Dr. Micah Westmoreland, a man doing his all to regain the trust and love of Kalina Daniels. Their romance broke off because of a perceived betrayal, which Kalina has never forgiven. Now Micah is determined to right this past wrong and be the man Kalina deserves.
Once again a man who knows what he wants, goes for it, doesn't give up, and gets the girl. I live it, I'm such a sucker for a happy ending
The first time Thomas MacGowan saw Elizabeth Douglas, he thought that she was a princess. To the son of the castle blacksmith, the daughter of the powerful lord of Douglas might as well have been. Despite their differences in rank, they become inseparable - until Thom confesses his love, and the humiliation of realizing that Elizabeth has never considered him a potential suitor drives him to battle. Elizabeth is devastated.
i was pulled right into the book. My heart went out to Tommy, I was rooting for him right up ntil.... You'll have to read or listen to it yourself.
In Crush, three of today’s hottest romance authors offer tempting tales about crushes that compel women to risk it all for love. In Wanted: You by Lutishia Lovely features a man receiving erotic letters at his place of employment that shock his assistant. In White Mocha by Michele Grant, a woman who’s normally conservative about romance gets all fired up after enjoying an eyeful of a handsome coffee shop owner. And Cydney Rax’s From One Lover to Another stars a woman who shows her badgirl side when her ex refuses to take no for an answer.
Only the second book, by Michele Grant was worth listening to. The 3rd book was crap, I will never look for a book by Cydney Rax. This book was so negative, with cant get right men. Who wants to keep being reminded of that crap. This book does not take you away from the bull crap that is life. People read romances to be happy, not pissed off.
The narration was NOT GOOD, it did not flow, and had too many long pauses uuuugghh.
We all have someone who crossed our path and fundamentally changed us. That one person who blew through our lives, their presence forever stamped on our psyche. They linger in our thoughts, in our hearts, and in the decisions we make. A soul crusher or a dream maker, depending on the perspective. My person is Mister Black.
Thus book is too short to screens repeated, but to mention the scene repeated are not the one you wanted to hear in the first place.