BOUNDARIES is releasing December 27th as part of an anthology, entitled, JUST THE TIP, featuring 6 other contemporary romance standalones by bestselling authors May Sage, Jordyn White, Ann Omasta, USA Today Bestselling Author, Emma Nichols, Nicole R. Locker - Romance Author, and USA Today Bestseller, Lexy Timms.
“The contract gives you the authority to establish what happens between us. You’ll set the boundaries. Make the rules.” Sometimes a girl needs a good office fantasy to keep her going through the long hours under fluorescent lights.
But fantasies are meant to be just that.
So when the high-profile client Liza’s been crushing on offers her a scandalous sex contract and the chance to live out her fantasies with him, she thinks he can’t possibly be for real.
Either that or he's everything she’s been looking for.
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*** JUST THE TIP:
Seven standalone contemporary romance stories featuring hilarious, sassy women and the guys who believe they can take them on.
There’s something irresistible about the things you can’t have…
Seven bestselling romance authors will make you laugh, cringe, and swoon with these new stories.
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Page 3. True Romance. A reflection on the many ways I fooled myself into thinking it was the real thing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Page 3 is dedicated to those who seek out their own greed above loyalty, those who believe sharing themselves amongst many intimate relationships only has an effect on their time management. Thank you for showing me how not to be treated. Here's to you j.
Cupid's Arrow by Kris Cook
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For Titus Love, matchmaking is much more than a hobby – it was the family business. Being the grandson of Cupid himself, Titus is obsessed with restoring his grandfather’s good work and leaves Olympus to secretly work his magic in Dallas’s hottest new tattoo studio, Love Ink.
Detective Derek Stone doesn’t believe in love. Betrayed by a former lover, Derek views the sentimental emotion as a weakness that almost destroyed him vowing never to give anyone that power over him again.
While investigating a string of grisly murders, Derek discovers one common thread – all of the victims were clients of Love Ink and its owner, Titus Love. But when Derek questions his gorgeous suspect, their passion ignites and Derek discovers that the world is bigger and darker than he ever knew.
Something evil has come to Dallas, and only a hard-boiled detective and the new god of love stand in its way.
An M/M Erotic Romance
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Book Name - The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity.
Author - Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott
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Details - More than half of children born in developed countries today have a life expectancy greater than 100 years. While we hear about the looming pension crisis and issues with caring for the aged, this is a transformation for which we are currently ill-prepared - as individuals, companies and governments. Our traditional three-stage approach to working life - education, work and then retirement - is the reason why so much current government policy is focused on the third stage of retirement. But when life extends, it's not just about the end - it's about the extension of every period within a lifespan. Financially, we can't still plan to retire at 65 if we are going to live on to 100. The 100 Year Life asks the questions: - Can our physical and mental health be maintained by such a long second stage of continuous work? - Can some of the intangible assets that really matter for a productive life - such as family and friends - really be maintained through a non-stop 60-year career? - Can a working career of 60 years be supported by the skills and knowledge accumulated in the first stage of life? It also offers some solutions: - Questioning the norm of jumping straight from education to full-time work. - Being a job creator rather than a job seeker, or using core skills to create a portfolio career within a variety of jobs. - Moving with the job market where specialist knowledge, insight and the capacity to work in highly collaborative ways will be more valuable. The 100 Year Life explains what to expect from our future working life, the choices we will be faced with at any stage of life, and shares ways to make the most of this incredible opportunity to ensure that a longer life is a better life.
My friend @lynn_writes lit a fire in me to a love that I thought had died many years ago. Growing up in Mississippi and taking dance in the mid 80’s at a place that still separated girls of color from the girls with white skin, was very discouraging. I feel if I had more encouragement growing up or even role models that looked like me, things could’ve been so different. I’m so thankful that my boys get to experience the opposite from what I did, and get to see representation in things they enjoy and are into. Lynn, thank you for suggesting that I watch @mistyonpointe ‘s documentary, A Ballerina’s Tale, and for sending me an Advanced Readers Copy of your thrilling ballet romance masterpiece, Pas De Deux back in May!! It truly opened my eyes to a world that I didn’t realize existed. For that I will be eternally grateful. I love you, friend. Keep on being the amazing talent that you are and for being a distinction in this #bookworld#bookstagram#browngirlballerinas#mistycopeland#rolemodel#positiveinfluences#pasdedeux#representationmatters 💗
Pêcheur d’Islande de Pierre Loti (1886)
« C’est l’histoire d’un amour longtemps jugé impossible que nous conte ce roman, publié en 1886, et depuis lors admiré par plusieurs générations. Mais c’est surtout un grand drame de la mer, et l’une des expressions les plus abouties de ce thème éternel. Marin lui-même, Pierre Loti y déploie une poésie puissante, saisissante de vérité, pour dépeindre la rude vie des pêcheurs, l’âpre solitude des Landes bretonnes, le départ des barques, la présence fascinante et menaçante de l’Océan. »