Saturday, 18 January 2014

Stacking The Shelves

Welcome back, and another week of more books - oopsy, im like a woman obsessed with the one click button on amazon, and the review books that are flying my way are just so up my street, so lets get on with what i have to share this weekend.

This man trilogy
Young interior designer Ava O’Shea has an appointment for a first consultation at The Manor with the owner, Mr Jesse Ward. She is expecting nothing more than an overweight, cravat wearing, well-to-do countryman, and on arrival, nothing would suggest otherwise. How wrong could she be? This Man is devastatingly handsome, charming and confident. He is also a conceited, hedonistic playboy, who knows no boundaries. Ava desperately does not want to be attracted to him, but she can’t control the overwhelming affect he has on her. Every instinct is telling her to run, so she does, but Jesse Ward is not so willing to let her go. He wants her and is determined to have her. She knows she is heading for heartbreak, but how can she run when he won’t let her

First Ink

Women in his bed, celebs and rockers in his chair and a killer bank account at his disposal, life is pretty freaking swell. Then she walks back into it again. With her mismatched eyes, perfect pink mouth and a laugh that still haunts him, she gave him nothing but marvelous misery. Now she wants his hands on her again. Not for pleasure, but for pain. For Ink. A bleeding heart to match the one she left him with five years ago.


She can’t forget him. No matter how hard she’s tried. The pain she caused him in the past eats at her daily, and she can’t move on with her life. But she has a plan, a hope for redemption – a way for him to take his revenge out on her flesh. But it’ll only work if he lets her inside his exclusive world, under his famous artist’s needle and into his bed—and heart-once again.

 Autumn in the highlands
He was only passing through...

David Dillahunt has spent the last few months backpacking through Britain and hopes to make it to Loch Ness for a bit of Nessie spotting before the weather turns cold. Instead, he finds himself in the quirky village of Glencreag, where a cranky old innkeeper named Angus convinces him to stay a few days.

A few days turn into a few more when David runs into the local Laird, Andrew McGuiver. Andrew is a mystery himself and David figures he'll be a lot more fun to solve than the Loch Ness Monster. Along the way, the two of them chase local legends, get caught up in controversy and slowly fall for one another. But Andrew's past and his own personal fears threaten their fledgling relationship. Can he put them behind him? And will David decide Andrew's worth staying for

One Night at the Jacaranda
One man dying of cancer. One struggling journalist. A group of single Londoners. One night that changes everything.

For one booze and hope-fuelled night, the lives of a motley group of 30-somethings criss-cross. As they discover, finding someone special is also about finding yourself, and that’s not always where you expect

  My Hot Menage
What happens when it’s your first summer out of college, you get a job at a beautiful Caribbean resort, and two men make your wildest dream come true?

What starts out as a typical summer flirtation, ends up being a life changing experience…

Art, the handsome and kind water ski director, is also a soulful musician and a master in the bedroom. Though there are no beds in this story, only crazy, wild, exotic endless nights on the beach as this guitar playing water skier takes a young woman on an unforgettable journey.

And what else transpires?

He discovers her deepest, darkest, most stressful secrets and gives his heart, soul, and entire delicious body to make everything more than okay. In fact he makes everything perfect...but not before enlisting the help of the local dive boat captain along the way. A deeply romantic, erotic love story that will curl your toes, warm your heart, moisten your most intimate places, and have you longing for the best of all worlds…

So, thats what has filled up my shelves this week - whats on yours?? 

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