Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Cowboy Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, HEA] Debbie Newsome has sworn to never get involved with another man again-until she meets Britt and Daniel Delaney. The two men draw her like a bee to honey. She tries to keep them at arm's length, but she eventually ends up in their bed. Debbie isn't ready to face her feelings and runs. Britt and Daniel are out to convince Debbie she is the one and only woman they want in their beds and hearts, but they have a hard time keeping her by their sides. Plus, they have a secret, and they aren't sure how Debbie is going to react. When a criminal from the Delaney brothers' past arrives on the scene, Debbie's life ends up in jeopardy. Can they save her in time? Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among siblings. ** A Siren Erotic Romance
In Geordie Shore star Scotty T's first ever book, we hear the tearaway 'Toon's exclusive, behind-the-scenes account of the MTV show. If you thought Scotty T's outrageousbehaviour on Geordie Shore was just forthe cameras, think again. Long before starring in the show, Scotty was living life to the fullest andgetting up to all sorts.In this hilariouspage turner,Scotty T willnot onlylet slip scandalous secrets from Geordie Shore , Ex onthe Beach and Celebrity BigBrother , but willopen upabout his antics when the cameras stop rolling. But it's not all sex, fights andgetting mortal! Scotty alsorevealsa surprisinglysofter sideand opens up aboutliving withADHD, coping with the breakdown of his parents' marriage andpickingup the piecesafter theloss of a loved one. Therascalalso reflects onthe lasses who have tried andfailed to tame his heart and introduces ustothe love ofhis lifewho has beenliving in the shadows all this time. Andif all that wasn't enough,Scotty explains why heloves maths so much, what it waslike to join the Neighbours cast, plus finally admitswhathe really thinksabouthis castmates, why he was nearly kicked off the show by producersand what lifehas instore for himafter Geordie Shore .
"Moribund is a little bit Throne of Glass [and] a little bit Buffy ... all the elements of a great YA adventure are there: first love, coming of age, and battling the dark Fae in a sparkly prom dress. Syl and Euphoria will reel you in, the sudden twists will keep you guessing, and the nailbiter finish will have you cheering." - Skye Allen, author of The Songbird Thief Dark Fae. Romance. Evil Plots. High school. Our heroines could be in for the greatest adventure ever. If only they could decide whether to kill or kiss each other. High school sophomore Syl Skye is an ordinary girl. At least, she's trying to be. School photographer and all-around geek, she introverts hard and keeps her crush on sexy-hot glam-Goth alt-rock star Euphoria on the down-low. But when a freak accident Awakens her slumbering power, Syl is forced to accept a destiny she never wantedas the last sleeper-princess of the fair Fae. Suddenly hunted by the dark Fae, Syl's pretty sure things can't get any worse. Until she discovers her secret crush, Euphoria, is really a dark Circuit Fae able to harness the killing magic in technology. Even worse, she's been sent to destroy Syl. With mean girls and magic and dark Fae trying to kill her, it'll take more than just clap if you believe in fairies to save Syl's baconnot to mention, her heart. THE CIRCUIT FAE 1. Moribund 1.5 Derailed 2. Ouroboros 2.5 Dethroned 3. Inimical 3.5 Rekindled 4. Nemesis 5. Eidolon Perfect for readers of romance, urban fantasy, fairy stories and LGBT. "I recommend Moribund to fans of original fae lore when it comes to their Urban Fantasy cravings, engaging stories about self-discovery while juggling almost-crushing responsibilities, and overcoming adversity in adrenaline-fueling life and death situations. It comes with a good serving of sweet and angstylicious FxF teen romance plus strong, kick-ass (and snarky-ish) heroines you'll love both as a couple and on their own." - Liv Olteano, author of Thirteen Mercies, Three Kills So, this book has freaking everything. I'm talking romance, adventure, fae, battles, and even more romance. What else do you want from a novel? Christina Bauer, author of Angelbound Overall it had the feeling of watching a good urban fantasy TV show, and I could easily see this being adapted into a hit show in the vein of Supernatural or Once Upon a Time . Absolutely worth the price for a fantastical, romantic, action-packed story. Jerry, Goodreads
From the high profile and popular journalist Angela Mollard, this is a wholly delightful, funny and charming book - part memoir, part how-to manual - about giving your kids a real childhood. Childhood, Mum had once said to me, is not preparation for life, it is life. But in the tussle between home and work I'd forgotten what a privilege it is to be a parent - to have in my hands and heart two small souls I have for only a short time to guide and teach and enjoy. If I pressed on, driven by deadlines and bosses and a stultifying work ethic, then I would miss everything that really mattered. As a journalist, Angela Mollard never left home without her passport, contact lenses and a spare pair of knickers - not because she was incontinent but in case she had to drop everything and fly overseas for a story. But then she had a baby, and this new hand luggage was as compatible with her job as a ham and jam sandwich. By the time one child became two, work was seeping into every corner of her life and turning her into the sort of person she loathed. She was suffering an integrity crisis. Yet what she wanted was quite simple - time to enjoy her children, sufficient cash to keep everyone in food, nappies and wine, and the energy to be a half-decent wife. So why was it all so hard? From popular columnist and commentator, Angela Mollard, comes the story of how she learned to aim wide, not high, and to enjoy her children again. Part memoir, part manual, the Smallest things is for all parents trying to reconcile their various roles and create a childhood for their kids that incorporates both Minecraft and the Famous Five. Offering parents ideas and hope (plus plenty of parenting pitfalls to make them feel better about their own), the Smallest things is a funny, charming and movingly candid story of putting family first, and why the smallest things in life matter the most.