A "Flip Me Over" book containing "Owls" and "Wolves"
With a loan shark at her door, can Louisa accept the protection of the brothers Freed? After her mother's sudden death, abandoning the brothers Freed in the French Alps had been a knee-jerk reaction. Now she is alone once more. When a loan shark comes knocking on her door demanding payment for her mother's debt, Louisa finds herself in danger from a merci criminal. Saved from a brutal beating, Bryce Freed offers her the safety of the Freed family home, a job within their company and a warm spot in their beds. With few other options, Louisa finds herself agreeing to his offer.
But she isn't sure which scares her more; the man after her money, or the men after her heart. Storm of Seduction is the second book in the Brothers Freed series. The first book, Avalanche of Desire, is currently in the Snow & Seduction box set and will be re-released with extended chapters before this book releases in March. This is a reverse harem story and for 18+ readers. Coming soon: Avalanche of Desire - book one in the Brothers Freed series (re-releases late February) Coming Soon: Dawn of Love – book three in the Brothers Freed series.
Ghost stories from the Texas Hill Country
This book is a reflection of the softer side of the electrifying spoken word artist known by his birth name, Lamont Carey. Some have said he is the heart of the streets. Lamont's fans will agree that this book is representative of his body of work, and an accurate display of talent from an artist whose stage performances never reveal love as a rose.
Princess Anna is betrothed to marry a prince by her parents, but since she is not attracted to any of the men, she stalls by convincing the king and queen that she wants to choose the groom. What's a girl to do? She is in a bind to select a prince by her wedding day which is to be on Christmas day! Be sure to read this delightful lesfic Christmas story by the best-selling LGBT author Rachel Maldonado to find out the outcome! You won't want to miss out on this magical tale of fun and adventure!
In this book the distinguished historian Victor Kiernan makes a case for seeing Shakespeare as a writer profoundly sensitive to the great social and political upheavals through which he lived. Shakespeare’s poetic and dramatic achievement, Kiernan argues, was not something which transcended his environment but was directly enlarged by his civic consciousness and his critical reactions to a changing social fabric. Shakespeare’s phase of dramatic activity coincides with the first challenges to the institution of monarchy. Kiernan analyses the cycle of History plays in the light of the demise of feudal allegiances and the emergence of the modern state apparatus. He shows how the far-reaching transformations in social hierarchy which simultaneously began to take place are crucial to an understanding of the Comedies, in which confusion of identity, disguise and cross-dressing are central. And he examines the ways in which women’s roles are affected by this nascent individualism, especially in relation to the ideas of romantic love around which the Comedies revolve. Shakespeare: Poet and Citizen draws a vivid portrait of the outstanding dramatist of modernity.
Lucid, scholarly and absorbing, it will be a rich resource for both students and the general reader.