Fake boyfriends are hard work.
When 16-year-old Bella’s dream boy asks her to be his fake girlfriend, Bella does the unthinkable. She says yes.
The rules are simple. Two weeks, no kissing, and a few big lies.
But things turn complicated when Bella begins to develop feelings for her fake boyfriend's brother. Can Bella get out of her fake relationship and into a real one without exposing her lies or destroying her friendships?
The Boyfriend Agreement is funny, emotional, and wonderfully romantic. It’s a tale of one girl's journey to help her friends and find love, all without losing herself.
Grab your copy of this unforgettable story today.
Sex with a mysterious stranger aboard a train leads Rita Holly to an initiation into the exclusive and secretive Mount club. Sophisticated and deviant rituals await Rita, as do the endless intrigues and power struggles deep within the heart of the organization. Rita learns that membership of the Mount Club is not for the sexually repressed. During her initiation, sex with her new lover from the train, Edward, is forbidden but Alex the dance instructor is happy to take his place and Leo the zoo keeper is happy to encourage Rita’s animal instincts. With more and more titillating punishments in store and the club’s sexy head Vivienne intent on her failing, will Holly succeed in her lengthy and lurid initiation?
Praise for KD Grace:
‘Women’s sexuality in all its wet, juicy, romantic, and lustful guises’ Libido on Best Women’s Erotica 2010
‘Filled with hard-hitting, mouth-watering, sizzling-hot action’ Romantic Times on The Affair
‘The quality of writing is superb, and there’s something to surprise even the kinkiest of readers’ Scarlet on Sexy Little Number
K D Grace lives in Surrey. Her erotica is published with Xcite Books, Black Lace, Erotic Review, Cleis Press, and others.
FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LIZZIE'S SECRET and LIZZIE'S WAR.
LONDON 1958. Lizzie Larch battles to keep her daughters safe and out of harm's reach. Perfect for the fans of Nadine Dorries and Lyn Andrews.
Lizzie adores her beautiful and clever daughters and will do anything for them. Both possess a wonderful creative flair, but have fiercely different characters. Betty, the eldest, is head strong like Lizzie's first husband whilst Francie is talented and easily influenced.
When Betty runs away after an argument with Sebastian, heartbreak and worry descend on the family.
At great risk to her health, Lizzie finds herself pregnant but is determined to give Sebastian the son they craved.
Sebastian meanwhile is plunged into a dangerous overseas mission using his old contacts to track Betty to Paris and to the lair of the rogue that seduced her.
Consumed with guilt, can Sebastian right the wrongs of the past and finally unite his family and friends?
Arthur Train (6 September 1875 – 22 December 1945), also called Arthur Chesney Train, was an American lawyer and legal thriller writer, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr Ephraim Tutt.
Train was born in Boston, Massachusetts. His father was lawyer Charles Russell Train, who served for many years as attorney general of Massachusetts, and his mother was Sara Maria Cheney. Train graduated with a BA from Harvard University in 1896 and LLB from Harvard Law School in 1899.
In 1897, Train married Ethel Kissam. They had four children. Ethel died in 1923 and Train married Helen Coster Gerard, with whom he had one child, John Train.
In January 1901, Train became assistant in the office of the New York District Attorney. In 1904 he started his literary career with the publication of the short story "The Maximilian Diamond" in Leslie's Monthly. He ran the two careers in parallel until 1908 when he left the District Attorney's office to open a general law practice in the Mutual Life Building at 34 Nassau Street in New York City. His 1907 novel, Mortmain, was one of the earliest works in the alien hand syndrome genre and was adapted into a 1915 film of the same name that is now lost.
From 1915 to 1922, Train was in private practice as a lawyer with Charles Albert Perkins while continuing to write, not just novels but short stories, plays, and journalism. In 1919, he created the popular character of Mr. Ephraim Tutt, a wily old lawyer who supported the common man and always had a trick up his sleeve to right the law's injustices. Train wrote dozens of stories about Tutt in the Saturday Evening Post. The fictional Ephraim Tutt became "the best known lawyer in America," particularly after the appearance of Yankee Lawyer, an immensely popular book that purported to be Tutt's autobiography. He also coauthored two science fiction novels with eminent physicist Robert W. Wood. After 1922, Train devoted himself to writing (font: Wikipedia)
First published in 1933, this outstanding collection is made up of two short novels, A Day Off and The Single Heart, and three long stories which show the variety of the author's great writing skills that make her one of the most distinguished of women writers.
In A Day Off, Jameson tells of a day in the life of a middle-aged woman. A lonely woman, snatching at any relationship she can make. It is a story of great perception and understanding but tinged with bitterness and the inevitable sadness of isolation.
Take a road trip with the undead . . . in this latest in the Argeneau series by New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands
For Basha Argeneau, anything is better than facing her estranged family. Even hiding out in sweltering southern California. But when a sexy immortal in black shows up determined to bring her back to the clan, she'll do anything to keep far, far away from the past she can't outrun.
Marcus Notte isn't here to play games—especially not with someone as crazy as the infamous blonde. Asked by Lucian Argeneau to bring her back for questioning, Marcus is determined to carry out Lucian's request—no matter how the seductive little mind-reading vamp feels about it.
Basha doesn't mind fighting fire with fire, especially with a hot immortal involved. But if he wants to take her away, he'll have to catch her first . . .
For her, there’s only one fish in the sea.
Poconos Pack Book 3
Charlie Lowe is going crazy. Why does her mate run from her? Is it the fact that she’s a Lion to his Wolf? Her insane love affair with Sephora? Or could it be her family connections that are driving her mate away?
Ted Pedrozo loves his fiery Lioness with his whole being, but mating the sister of the Leo is a big, hairy deal. He’s terrified that the Leo will find him wanting, or worse—Charlie will. So what’s a dork in wolf’s clothing supposed to do when the perfect woman is his mate? Simple. He steers clear of her until she makes it impossible for him to do so.
When Sebastian Lowe, leader of the shifter world, comes to congratulate his sister on her mating, Ted is surprised by how well he gets along with the laid-back Leo. The Leo’s chief bodyguard, on the other hand, thinks Ted is less than worthy of the Leo’s sister and decides to test him.
Can Ted prove to both Sebastian and himself that Charlie will never be sorry she chose him?