Cariad means love... discover the new Cariad Singles collection of spicy romances.
Robin is a feisty retired car thief who now makes a legitimate living recovering stolen luxury vehicles. She’s looking to impress her newest client, a very wealthy and very powerful Miami executive, until she realises that the man who stole his car is her ex-flame and partner in crime, Jessie. Jessie’s the best in the business, and has been holding a grudge ever since she left him a year ago when he wouldn’t agree to go straight. Even while dealing with unresolved feelings and an attraction that burns hotter than oil, Robin is determined to track down the car that’s come in between her and her old lover, and to prove once and for all that she’s the better thief.
The city of sin turns into a city of fear when someone begins targeting the prostitutes in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. After one hundred and thirty years, Jack the Ripper has returned to punish the ill repute, but he’s not discriminating between the escorts and the voyeurs this time.
Detective Elle Metz and her new partner, Adrian Kraal, must find the motive if they are to find the man. When the truth takes them to a past case, they discover that the killer is closer to home than they thought.
In the dark of night, they had better know how to scream and how to run.
Ages 18+ for violence and graphic sexual situations
Dodo Collections brings you another classic from Elinor Glyn, ‘High Noon: A New Sequel to 'Three Weeks'.’
Elinor Glyn was known for her racy novels early on in the last century. This book is hardly racy at all by today's standards, but is a well paced and literate piece of fiction, with aristocratic and Continental trappings, and a focus on true -- but unconventional -- love.
Elinor Glyn began her writing in 1900, starting with a book based on letters to her mother, 'The Visits of Elizabeth'. And thereafter she more or less wrote one book each year to keep the wolf from the door, as her husband was debt-ridden from 1908, and also to keep up her standard of living. After several years of illness her husband died in 1915.
Early in her writing career she was recognised as one of the pioneers of what could be called erotic fiction, although not by modern-day standards, and she coined the use of the world 'It' to mean at the time sex-appeal and she helped to make Clara Bow a star by the use of the sobriquet for her of 'The It Girl'.
On the strength of her reputation and success she moved to Hollywood in 1920 and in 1921 was featured as one of the famous personalities in a Ralph Barton cartoon drawn especially for 'Vanity Fair' magazine.
A number of her books were made into films, most notably 'Beyond the Rocks' (1906), which starred Rudolph Valentino and Gloria Swanson, and she was a scriptwriter for the silent movie industry, working for both MGM and Paramount Pictures in the mid-1920s. In addition she also had a brief career as one of the earliest female directors.
That's right... totally risqué erotic stories, just waiting for you!
100 hot encounters have been compiled in this sizzling collection -- everything forbidden, off-limits, and oh so satisfying! Nothing and no one will be left untouched in this mouth-watering bundle...
As Michael Lillard prepares to come out to his conservative family he finds himself drawn to a particular watch in his collection, a memento of his favourite uncle. As the time draws near, Michael must find the strength to face his fears or risk missing out on the opportunity to live life on his own terms.
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