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Arousing Amelia by Ellie Jones
Frustration. Power. Volatile passion. A potent mix ready to spill over.Review by: Brad Cal on Nov. 04, 2012 :
Amelia is a young widow starved of affection. Karl, a gorgeous hunk, has recently been dumped. The new friendship releases volatile passions as they are drawn together. However, as Karl discovers, there is far more to Amelia than just a sexy lady.
Without Reproach by Ellie Jones -
Mrs Joanne Beech says - "What a wonderful book, I just couldn't put it down. Very raunchy… "
Mrs Maureen Elizabeth Moss says - "Forbidden passion, mystery and intrigue - this story has them all. Have you ever desired someone you really don't like? Set in the magnificent hills of the northern Costa Blanca, this story covers a sweeping range of emotions. Intrigue, deception, disappointment, anger and passion - they are all here, simmering beneath a surface of self-control."
Mandy is quite content balancing her life as a single mother with her job as a school teacher. However, her world is turned upside down when an old high school sweetheart connects with her via Facebook. Mandy decides on one, last date with Kip to put her memories to rest, but Kip isn't quite so eager to let go.
One of the big problems with this book is incorrect grammar... and punctuation is sometimes non-existent. However, that being said, the storyline is just about likeable enough to overlook them - providing you are the forgiving sort.
Second Chance Romance is a basic boy meets girl, boy leaves town, grown man returns but is still in love with woman. It can be a little corny, but sometimes corny is good. I think potentially, this is an entertaining story.
Be warned, Second Chance Romance contains explicit sexual scenes.
On the anniversary of her wedding, Amy disappears. There are signs of a scuffle in the house, and her husband, Nick quickly becomes the main suspect.
The fact that Nick isn’t as open with the police as he should doesn’t help matters. As more evidence appears against him, Nick insists on his innocence.
Since her husband died, Debbie hasn’t had many men, but it doesn't mean she's ready to be put out to pasture. For much of her adult life she's put her needs on back burner, in order to raise Samantha. Things need to change.
When Elliot, wafts into her life, Debbie closes her eyes to her immediate attraction to the younger man. He has a reputation for fending off women who chase him, so what chance does she stand.
On Nick and Amy’s fifth wedding anniversary she disappears from their home on the Mississippi River. Passages from Amy's diary reveal she could have put anyone dangerously on edge. Nick is oddly evasive, and he’s definitely bitter, but is he really a killer?
With his twin sister, Margo, at his side, Nick stands by his innocence. Trouble is, if Nick didn’t do it, where is that beautiful wife? And what was in that silvery gift box hidden in the back of her bedroom closet?
Lauren’s family preserves a grand pretence that contradicts their actual lives. Alex, Lauren's father, keeps a tight rein on his family through physical abuse, manipulation, and fanatical control. Because of this, Lauren doesn't believe she could ever trust a man, much less fall in love with one.
Lucas has attended numerous murder scenes. This is one of the nastiest. A whole family has been killed, including the dogs.
Something about the incident nudges at Lucas’s cop instincts. It reminds him of the kind of retribution he’s seen in drug killings. However, this is a fashionable part town, and the husband a vice president of a bank. It just doesn’t seem to fit.
Lindsay is finally pregnant. However, her workload doesn't relax. Millionaire Chaz Smith is mercilessly gunned down, and she finds that the murder weapon is connected to the deaths of four of San Francisco's most unassailable criminals. It was taken from her own department's evidence locker.
Lindsay is called to a most peculiar crime scene: two bodiless heads ostentatiously displayed in the garden of a famous actor. Another head is discovered in the garden, and Lindsay realizes that the ground could hide hundreds of victims.
A reporter presents a series of articles about the cases and Lindsay's personal life is exposed. This time she has no one to turn to.
Robie is sent to take out a target. However, something doesn't seem right, and he does the inconceivable, he refuses to kill, and becomes a target himself.
He crosses paths with a fourteen-year-old absconder from a foster home, but she is no usual runaway. Her parents were murdered, and her own life is in danger. Against his professional judgement, Robie finds he can't walk away. The more he learns about her, the more he becomes convinced she is in the middle of a cover-up, that rises to inconceivable levels of power.
Robie may have to come out of hiding in order to save the girl's life, and maybe his own.
Can there actually be an object that acts as a lucky charm? The central character of The Lucky One by is certain he's found one in the photograph of a woman he has never met, but who he starts to believe holds the key to his future.
Jenny is not related to Juan Garcia. She has never heard of him, never met him, and certainly never been to his villa before... So why does she vaguely recognize certain rooms and smells...
Jenny is puzzled when Spanish artist, Juan Garcia, leaves her his enormous villa in his Last Will and Testament ... But freaks out when she discovers a painting of herself in the entrance to the villa... totally naked...