Forbidden (The Company of Rogues...
Jo Beverley, sex, love, romance, regency, marriage of convenienceSales Blurb:The death of her husband freed Serena Riverton from life as an abused sex-object. Now, her brother plans to sell her to another vile man.This time, Serena flees, but finds herself stranded and near penniless. When a passing gentleman offers help, Serena accepts, and develops a new plan: become a rich man's mistress so she can leave at any time.Believing herself barren, Serena initiates a passionate encounter with her rescuer. However, Francis, Lord Middlethorpe is already committed to a sweet-natured lady. He finds Serena refuge with an elderly relative, and must return to his life. Then Serena discovers she's pregnant.They have no choice but to marry, but assailed by Serena's scheming brothers, Francis's appalled relatives and Serena's painful past, is there any hope for the loving future they both seek?Please Note: Story contains references to the heroine's sexually abusive first marriage that some readers may find disturbing.REVIEWS:"Any woman would be able to understand SerenaÔÇÖs horror... and her inability to trust" ~Romance Reviews Today"Nobody does Regency better than Jo Beverley." ~Rendezvous"Ms. Beverley breaks just about every rule in the book and makes us beg for more in this enthralling love story." ~Romantic Times. up his beloved adopted motherÔÇöSunstarÔÇöhis tribe's revered medicine woman, despite his passion for Jacie.REVIEWS:"Ms. Rice is in her element as she gives us a recipe for romance... one delicious read." ~Romantic Times"Funny, fresh, fast-paced and romantic, Texas Outlaw is an entertaining read." ~Susan Wiggs, National Bestselling Author"Master storyteller Sharon Ihle spins a heartwarming tale full of humor and tears... brilliant, candid, and poignant dialogue. Tears will be running down your face at the touching conclusion. This is a book you'll read!" ~Rendezvous"Say You Love Me is intense and very emotional... Well worth the read." ~Heather Chamberlin, Amazon Reviewerswing back, if the aim of the club doesn't match up to your intended swing path, they hit the panic button, take control and stick the swing on autopilot. They program in what they have to do and you can't override it. You might try to take the club back in one piece but it you're not aiming correctlyÔÇöthey quickly take over. And if you think you can kid them you'd have done it by now.If you are aiming at a target 250 yards away and your clubface is only 3 degrees to the right, it will be pointing 13 yards right of target. If you try to replicate your nice square practice swing, but your hands pick up where the club is aiming the two angles are so conflicting your orthodox swing becomes impossible.The only time you can override your natural alarm system is when you're standing in front of a pro and he's watching you like a hawk. Then the alarm system becomes dormantÔÇöit trusts the pro to watch over you. Soon as you walk out the teaching bay, it switches back on.OTHER TITLES by John HoskisonShooting Lower ScoresMEET JOHN HOSKISONJohn is a former European Tour member and two-time PGA Cup player v USA. He led England in the European Team Championships and was elected Surrey Professional Golf Association Captain.In 1992, John completed the Club Professionals Grand Slam including the national title, and went on to earn a place on the European PGA Seniors Tour. In May 2008, he played in his first event in Poland.After a year of injury, John placed third in the 2012 British Senior PGA Professional Championships.