Two Houston socialites in the 1950s struggle with life, parents, parenting and things only discussed in private.
Dex wants to hook up with the one he thought he let go, but was it really her sacrifice?
A young woman discovers she is a Leopard shifter in a family with an organized crime background.
A woman who has left her uppercrust family behind in England makes a new life for herself in Edinburgh and finds herself living next to a virile ex-con with whom she seems to clash.
A translation of Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1922 novel, “The Enchanted April,” from Edwardian England and Italy to modern day Maine.
Anita Blake and her lovers (subjects, guards?) must fight a scourge of flesh eating Zombies who also spread a terrible disease which is also affecting Micah’s estranged father.
by fangswandsfairy • Audio, Book Review Fiction, historic elements, Literary Fiction • Tags: BBC, Emma Fielding, Literary Fiction, London, Mod, Nick Hornby, Penguin Audio, Swinging Sixties, Television
The story of a young woman trying to break into comedy but without a clue. Her whole life changes when she moves to London and learns it’s about talent and being in the right place at the right time.
In a spin-off from the Riley and Colton storyline in her Driven series, Bromberg gets Colton’s and Riley’s besties together in what was supposed to be one drunken night of no strings attached sex. But, it goes way past that.
It’s a happy occasion: Abby’s and Nathaniel’s wedding and honeymoon. It’s not every honeymoon couple that gets a private jet and a bag of “toys.”
by fangswandsfairy • Audio, Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Steamy Romance • Tags: Art, biker, Contemporary Steamy Romance, domestic abuse, judo, New American Library, Penguin Audio, Scotland, sexual violence, Tattoo
Shannon flees Glasgow and lands in Edinburgh with a job in a famous tattoo studio, managed by a hot, flirty guy. How many obstacles will they need to overcome?