Aut Banks is brilliant bad boy with a chip on his shoulder.
Mrs. Macmillan is a substitute teacher way in over her head.
When they're forced to work together, the sexual tension is off the charts.
Will the teacher remain professional or will she be schooled in a lesson on sex by a filthy boy who barely fits in his desk?
About K. Webster
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Moving into a new town as a child, Rowan befriended two boys named Greg and Mac, eventually earning the kids a nickname of the Three Musketeers. Even as they grew into adulthood, the three would continue their everlasting friendship.
Now, as adults, Greg and Rowan are married, and he has joined the military. Unexpected twists and turns take the two on a dramatic rollercoaster as Mac is on the outside looking in.
With Mac’s hands tied behind his back, all he can do is watch and be there for his friends. As the tribulations unfold, Mac is drawn in closer and needs to find a way around his own emotions.
Will their lives be the same? Will Rowan make it through the trials of heartache and pain her new life has taken?
Title: Quietly Making Noise Author: Yessi Smith Genre: New Adult Release Date: January 25
Dreams tug, tease, and sometimes retreat into a subtle promise of a different tomorrow. A tomorrow Elio Delacruz never expected. Not after a lifetime of chasing a single goal.
Alongside his closest friends, Elio lives and loves his passion—his art. His existence depends on the whimsical, on the intangible, on the constant motion of a traveling busker.
When a tumultuous shadow from his past forces him to return to the suffocating island of Key West, his every instinct tells him to run. To flee from the scars of his youth.
And then he meets Vianella Manco. She’s only supposed to be a temporary distraction until he can break free of the island. His heart is never supposed to beat for her. And she’s never supposed to wish for anything beyond the easy moments they steal from one another.
But, sometimes, purposes change and the truths you believed turn out to be nothing more than pretty lies.
Yessi Smith lives in South Florida with her husband, seven-year-old son, and newborn baby. She is also owned by a neurotic border collie and “ferocious” rottweiler.
She has a bachelor’s degree in business management and a master’s in human resource management. She has held several jobs, from picking up dog poop to upper management positions. Now, she hopes to leave the business world behind, so she can live full-time in a world that does not exist until she places her fingers on a keyboard and brings it to fruition.
Cecelia Merrill was used to being on her own. Lost and lonely, Lia couldn’t wait to graduate and watch her judgmental little town fade behind her. All she had to do was survive three more years of high school, and she was free. She wouldn’t let anything hold her back.
Craig Knightly had almost achieved what no one in his family had before – all he had to do was complete his student-teaching assignment, and in less than a year, he would have a college degree. He was ready to put down roots and start his life. Nothing was going to stand in the way of his dreams.
Sometimes all it takes is a moment for everything to change.
A student and her teacher. A coach and his athlete. An unexpected friendship. Forbidden feelings between an unlikely pair.
smirk I loved made an appearance. “That’s your ground rule?” The admonishment
in her voice was almost laughable. “Whatever.” She rolled her eyes. “Fine. I
think you’re hot. Until you talk. Then you just bug me.” I laughed, but she
continued, “Three: Our significant others come first. We don’t blow them off to
spend time with each other.”
have a boyfriend I don’t know about?” The words came out before I could stop
them, and I could tell by the irritated look on her face that I hadn’t hidden the jealous tone. “Have someone in
mind?” I asked, my voice a little more even.
yet,” she snapped. “But, when I do, I won’t be blowing off weekend plans with
him to stay home and take care of you. You need to put Whitney first. I’ll
understand. When it’s my turn, you’ll understand.”
of, we don’t talk about them. Whitney and your mystery guy.”
How is that a good rule?” she demanded, scowling. “No. Four: We can talk about
whoever we’re dating, but we can’t complain.”
can’t change my rule.”
didn’t change it. I simply used my turn to overrule yours.”
made two rules. If you make two, I get two.”
are such a pain.” She sighed dramatically. “Go ahead, make two.”
she interrupted. “We never talk about sex. I can’t think of anything else.”
I agreed. “Five: We never talk about sex. I mean it.”
lifted a shoulder in a half-shrug.
“That’s all you, buddy. I’m not the one who has a girlfriend.”
you do, we don’t talk about it.”
a problem. Girls are pretty and all, but they’re not my thing,” Lia sassed, completely undaunted as if this was the rule she wasn’t taking seriously.
“That’s one. What’s your next rule?”
to make sure she understood this, above all else, was the one we needed to
follow, I clasped my hands and leaned forward. I didn’t need to say anything,
just gave her a pointed look. She knew me well enough to understand I was
this against your rules? We’re talking about it right now.”
I growled in warning. I knew her just as well as she knew me. “Not talking
about it means you don’t ask questions. You don’t ask my opinion. You don’t
tell me one tiny detail simply because you insist it’s something I have to know.”
God! This entire conversation is embarrassing. I’m not going to have sex, but
if I do, I swear to all that is holy that I will not mention it to you!” The
blush crept up her cheeks as she threw her hands in the air annoyed. She was
too fucking cute.
Carina Adams has been writing and creating characters for as long as she can remember, allowing her to fall in love with the next man of her dreams with every new story.
Thankfully, fate stepped in and granted her the ultimate wish - a life full of men. Carina lives in a picturesque New England town with her husband, the man who ruined the thought of all others, and two amazing sons who always keep her on her toes.
Carina received her MBA in May, but would much rather play with her imaginary friends (the voices in her head) than work her 8 to 5. When she isn’t trying to juggle being a working mom with karate and football practices, surprising her children with her sci-fi movie knowledge, or writing, you can find her with her nose pressed against her kindle, laughing with friends, or living life vicariously as her Derby Girl persona, Writers Block.
Carina is the author the of Bastards MC series and best selling Forever Red. She is currently writing Out of The Blue, the follow up to Forever Red. She loves to hear feedback from her readers, no matter what type. You can email her at: email@example.com
Title: The Do-OverAuthor: Julie A. Richman Publication Date: January 26th, 2017Genre: Contemporary Romance Photographer: Wander AguiarCover Model: Forrest HarrisonCover Designer: Jena Brignola
~ Sometimes, one degree is all that separates you from the one you were meant to be with ~
Wes Bergman was sex on a stick.
We’d been circling one another our entire lives, mingling at the same clubs... attending the same events…sharing mutual acquaintances…yet we’d never actually met.
Until . . . we both boarded a Windjammer Cruise in the Caribbean. And it was like meeting my long, lost best friend for the first time. I hadn’t ever connected with a guy that way before.But Wes had a girlfriend. So, when the week was over, he walked off the ship, unknowingly taking a piece of my heart with him.
Now, over a decade later, newly divorced, I’m the proverbial fish out of water. Dating has totally changed. Apps. Swipe left. Swipe right. Catfishing. Men my age want two things: twenty-five-year-olds—like my ex’s new child bride of a wife—or just a quick hook-up.
After a string of bad dates, I finally did something I never thought I’d do. I had a hot one-night stand with a really handsome guy I met online who didn’t even know my real name.
Turned out Mr. Fling is a big shot for my company’s newest client. And just my luck, that client’s CEO is none other than . . . Wes Bergman.Now I’m separated by one degree again from the man who stole my heart.And Mr. Fling could destroy my chance of what I want most –
USA Today Bestselling author Julie A. Richman is a native New Yorker living deep in the heart of Texas. A creative writing major in college, reading and writing fiction has always been a passion. Julie began her corporate career in publishing in NYC and writing played a major role throughout her career as she created and wrote marketing, advertising, direct mail and fundraising materials for Fortune 500 corporations, advertising agencies and non-profit organizations. She is an award winning nature photographer plagued with insatiable wanderlust. Julie and her husband have one son and a white German Shepherd named Juneau.
One of my favorite
mystery and suspense authors has always been Harlan Coben. In the same
tradition of James Patterson and Lee Child,
Harlan Coben writes his books fast-paced and often shorter chapters. He is one
of my go-to authors, and I make sure that
I read everything he has released, or at least give it a try. Like many of my
books, I have had this one sitting on my reading shelf for a while and with a
day off work today - Thank Goodness for Public Holidays,
I decided to read it this morning with my cup of Earl Grey tea. Fool Me Once
packed a punch and unraveled a bigger
conspiracy at hand than we would have guessed originally. The main character
Maya's husband Joe has been killed in a
robbery gone bad and four months earlier her sister Claire was murdered in a home invasion. It seems death
likes to follow Maya. With Maya being away and busy, she hires a nanny -one who
knew her husband and with the help of her best friend Eileen installs a Nanny
Cam. One night while checking out the footage, she gets the shock of her life
as her husband who is supposedly dead appears well and alive on screen. One
thing leads to another, and it is discovered that the murders of her husband
and sister might be connected. With the help of an associate and friends, Maya
will enter down a rabbit hole filled with clues,
but if she isn't careful, she may be
unearthing a decade or more of dark secrets that should stay hidden. As Maya continues to wade through the
secrets, the lies and follow the trail - will she find herself next on the Kill
List or will she be able to pull down everyone involved in the decade-long conspiracy of blackmail,bribery,
Fool Me Once is a suspense novel that shows the lengths that some
families will go to A) protect their
family name and hide scandals and B) keep the family wealth.
If you love Suspense novels and thrillers, then check out Harlan Coben's Fool
Me Once as you will not be disappointed
with all the action packed into this one book.
Review: Forgiveness and Permission - The Academy - Book #4 The Ghost Bird Series - C.L Stone - October 2013
Before writing this review, I
do have to admit that I have enjoyed this series to date and am enjoying it and
want to see what happens but for some reason Forgiveness and Permission drove
me freaking cray-cray, and I wanted to scream at this book and to be honest, I
think there was a bit of shaking the Ipad as well . Parts of this one just frustrated the hell out of me. So
to catch up, Sang's mother is now in the hospital, and her father has run off. We still
don't know too much about Sang's birth mother.
Sang and her older sister Marie are fending for themselves and trying to keep
up appearances. The Academy boys have been stepping up to the plate and helping
and spending more time with Sang. We also saw in this book a bit more
introduction of Derrick, Micah, and Tom -
the neighbors. As the year is
getting by and of course hormones are raging,
the boys are all falling in love, and
some more than others are developing strong feelings for Sang.Of course,
she can't just date one of them - it's all or nothing as North and Blackbourne
are about to learn when they go to visit someone whose Academy team made it
work with a Bird, however, in their case, it was four guys and one girl not nine
guys and one girl. I felt in this book that Sang was just playing with
the boy's emotions and not caring about
them. It's like be honest, how many times do they need to save you for you to
trust them and HELLO - tell them everything as they will find out eventually.
Can Sang work with the boys and love them all equally to make things work or will this be the turning point in Sang's
life where she seriously needs to make a decision and an ultimatum and stop
messing everyone around her lives up,
just because hers sucks doesn't mean everyone elsedoes? I think it might have been
the whole one-sided relationship of this book that frustrated me or the fact of
playing games with people's emotions and hearts but it would have to be my
worst Academy read in the series so far. I honestly have not felt so worked up
about a book in ages, but this one I
think worked me up more as I do love the boys and care about them but
desperately want Sang to get over her freaking naivety
ARGH. After that little rant, I am however looking forward to seeing how
it develops and YAY - the boys Luke and North finally have their diner