The cover will pull a gal in, the office banter and the story will keep you turning pages. Whenever I want to feel good, I pick up one of this authors books, their “always” fun and puts me in a good mood. Stella works in the advertisement dept in a lingerie company, she’s so sick of handsome men, love them and leave them type. She’s really good at her job, so much so, she’s going for a higher position in the office. No one knows this office better than Stella. Everyone was a buzz about Alex Clay coming to their department to learn the ropes on his way up the ladder of the company. Stella has heard about pretty boy, she has no place for him in her life, head down and working, that’s the way it is. When Alex showed up of course the bimbo of the office chases him down, every office has one, mine’s name is Belinda “Arggg”. I knew the moment I saw Alex I was doomed!!! Need help-Now!!! Please read my story, it’s hilarious! Between me and my bestie Trisha, you’ll be entertained. The story is well written.
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On the run: Secrets by Darcia Helle
This author is one of the best for describing violence in her books, I can only imagine the research she has done. Samantha grew up in a house full of unbelievable conditions. She had no one to trust, her father has done horrible things to her, her mother turned her back to her, so didn’t her brother. When she had the chance to leave, she fled for her life, she never looked back. Samantha had to make a new life, become a different person, she even believed in the person she’s portraying. She met Jeff and married well. Can she keep her secrets? Will her family leave her alone? Download a copy to find out, you’ll love this book. The characters seem so real, I fell for Sam and Jeff. This story has a surprise at the ending that blew me away.
This Night’s Farewell. By Clive Johnson
Poetry by Clive Johnson, author of The Dica Series
This earth, that from the sun averts its gaze,
As if to say, “You have forsaken me,”
Gathers to its darkened face a sombre light
Of greys laid stark behind bare branches black.
Hollow caw the crows o’er cracked-brown fields,
No longer trod by ploughman’s laboured team,
Long gone its tinkling tack and wake of gulls,
As silent now as was its coulter’s scythe.
Beyond, upon a hill not far away,
Beneath a plait of smoke in heaven’s draw,
A glint of light lets stray a lamp’s allure
To lead my feet in search of heart’s desire.
Pale lichens hang from hawthorn, ash and oak,
As spectres lent the corners of my eyes
Where dark tales as told a child do lie,
Enough for hand to gather coat yet close.
Over stile, beside a brook, on I bear
As gurgling fall of water here tempts I
To wanton wishes of…
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Jessi Novac is a romance writer in NYC, someone is scaring the life out of her, leaving nasty notes on her windshield and calling her home breathing heavy. She decides to leave the city until this person is caught, she heads to her grandmothers cottage in Myrtle beach. She arrives very late due to plane changes. She hears a loud banging and a moan, she gets up and is ready to flip out on this person, it’s to early for this noise. Next door she finds a handsome handyman had fell off a ladder, Ian Alexander is fixing his uncles porch. Jessi starts flipping out on him until she sees he’s hurt. Normally she’d jump right in to help but, because she’s not trusting anyone at the moment, she questions him first. Still not trusting him she helps him and tells him to quiet it down. Jessi can’t stop thinking how delicious Ian looked, she doesn’t want to think this way, she doesn’t trust him. Things start getting scary around her cottage and she finds herself running to Ian for safety. Are these things in her mind being blown up because of her imagination. Can she trust Ian? Will her life ever get back to normal? Read and find out, it’s a fun read. Jan Romes doesn’t disappoint.