A divorcee gets a job at Grand Central Terminal and discovers a forgotten artist, a plot, and a mystery.
A young woman believes she peaked in high school as she flounders through life and is forced to move to Brooklyn.
This book explores and imagines the life of Clara Driscoll, a major contributor to the art produced by Tiffany Studios.
Two female friends develop a rivalry over a wealthy man. But is he what he seems to be? Is anyone?
A blonde walks into a bar,… No really that’s how the story starts off, she really does walk into a bar!. It also has a lot of hot hockey players and one lithe lead dancer!
When BDSM, emerging sexual freedom and religion mix you just have to call in the French Foreign Legion to straighten it all out, or the ex French Foreign Legion, at least.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Steamy Romance, New Adult Romance • Tags: age difference, Art, college, education, galleries, May-September, NYC, Painting, Penguin Signet, Romance, Tracy Anne Warren
Two old friends with a fifteen year age difference meet again in Manhattan. Is it a good idea to get involved with the sister of the woman who left you at the altar?
May and Ben are both lost in different ways. Good thing they find each other then, isn’t it? Ruthie delivers the goods, and the honey too with this awesome contemporary romance.
As women, we must defend ourselves against shoes! And protect the men we love from them too. Once seen you can never forget…. Oh, and a recap of my week in blogging and writing and graphics.
RECAP, Comments and Spoilers (It IS A RECAP) from the highly anticipated wedding of the season.