When troubled young teacher Emily Swanson moves into her new London apartment, she discovers that the former tenant is missing and no one is looking for her. Some say Alina has run away from her violent husband, but as Emily’s curiosity soon turns into obsession, she becomes convinced something far more sinister has happened.
Enlisting the help of smart-talking neighbour Jerome, Emily’s search takes her across the city and towards a hospice for the terminally ill. But good intentions quickly turn into a terrifying fight for Emily’s life—and her sanity—when she and Jerome are drawn into a chilling world where the missing are not meant to be found. To find Alina, Emily must first confront her own dark demons. But what are they? And why is she hell-bent on hiding her past from her new-found friends?
Unfortunately, dressing sharp is a lost art for men, and one of the biggest hurdles they have is matching their clothes.
I have helped hundreds of men polish their style, and matching clothes seems to be the #1 source of confusion — which I understand. As a former fashion victim, it confused the hell out of me too. Only through lots of experimentation did I finally discover how it works.
And frankly, it’s easy once you know the basic rules. These days I open my wardrobe and spend barely a thought on which clothes to wear. I can pick an outfit in 20 seconds and know it’ll make me look great.
The problem is that most men’s style resources barely cover the art of matching clothes. Take colors, for example — probably the most confusing aspect for guys.
This men’s style guide goes deep into the art of matching clothes. Instead of just giving you the broad idea and skipping the nuances, it tells you everything you’ll ever need to know.
As a young woman, Abby Carmichael had it all—until the night a stranger tore it away…
A year and half after the brutal sexual assault, Abby is finally starting to feel like her old self. Teaching dance classes with enthusiastic kids is just the kind of job she needs—far away from probing eyes or vicious intentions of the opposite sex. When she connects with one of her students, Natalie, it isn’t long until she meets her father, Deputy Ben James.
Ben James is just a regular guy, working to make a life for himself and his daughter…
That’s what Abby tells herself when her sudden attraction for Ben catches her off guard. Abby has been steering clear of men for obvious reasons, and the idea of wanting that kind of relationship is more terrifying than intriguing. But with his doe-eyed daughter tugging at her dance uniform, Ben takes notice.
Disillusioned by divorce, Jennifer’s about to discover her wild side, starting with a tattoo from Caliph. And continuing with submission, spankings, wax play…all under the skilled hands of her wickedly sexy tattoo master. (tattoos, New Orleans, BDSM, bondage, submission, workplace, alpha male)
Blank Canvas was previously part of the Midnight Ink anthology and is a 24K word novella.
Every master was once a student – every woman was once a child …
Everyone calls me a monster. They believe I’m a villain. But I think it’s time I share my story. I was once innocent. I had no choice in what was about to happen to me. I had no choice in where my life was going … Maybe you will understand when you read my story.
What makes a person forget their entire identity? What makes them become someone else? What makes them desire pain … control … and ultimately pleasure? It’s not anything that happens overnight, over even in a few weeks. Tragedy beyond what a human can possibly imagine will forever alter Mary’s future.
Mary’s life is boring, conservative and typical. She wants adventure, thrills and so much more. But she will soon learn to be careful what to wish for when she’s taken against her will and thrust into the twisted world of a powerful man who doesn’t care if she lives or dies.
Kimberly loves her work, but hates her job. She is a nurse and enjoys helping people; however, her boss has it out for her, and makes Kimberly’s life miserable. While flipping through the classifieds, an old-fashioned mail order bride ad catches her eye. At first, she doesn’t think much of it, but she can’t seem to forget about it. She decides to find answer the ad, just out of curiosity to see what will happen. She has no way of knowing how much this will change her life.
Victoria is a widow, looking for ways to keep herself busy and help other people at the same time. She decided to start a mail order bride business, but she also has a secret she needs to be careful to hide. She lives in 1892.
Collaborating with NBC’s veteran space reporter Jay Barbree, Shepard and Slayton narrate in gripping detail the story of America’s space exploration from the time of Shepard’s first flight until he and eleven others had walked on the moon.
Dave Stewart is a man with a plan for almost everything. But the zombie apocalypse taxes even his skills as he tries to get his family and friends out of Springfield, Missouri. Caught at work, all he has to help him survive is his normal “everyday carry” gear, the contents of his get-home bag and, most importantly, his wits to keep himself alive as chaos and death reign around him. As Dave struggles to reunite with his family and friends and fight his way clear of the city, he will discover that the dead aren’t the only enemies he will have to deal with. Some of the living are just as deadly, and he discovers that a sinister element in the US government may have a plan of its own for the zombie apocalypse, and that it includes the estranged wife and son of his friend and benefactor, Nathan Reid.
With their parents gone, old resentments, misunderstandings and betrayals have driven a wedge between the three Keyes sisters, just when they most need one another. But they’re about to have their worlds turned upside down by unexpected romance…and a newfound bond with the family they had lost.
A high-octane debut thriller in the tradition of James Rollins, Lee Child, and Daniel Silva, Running From the Devil by Jaime Freveletti starts racing on page one and never slows down for a minute until it crosses the finish line. Lee Child calls it, “Just terrific—full of thrills and tradecraft, pace and peril,” and anyone who craves the adrenaline rush of smart, exceptional thriller fiction will love Running From the Devil and its strong, compelling heroine Emma Caldwell.
Jules Donovan has been in and out of unsavory foster homes and repulsive motels her entire life. She’s known nothing but loss, abandonment, crime, and pain. Now that she’s aged out of the system, she can’t remember ever having dreams for her future because she’s constantly fighting for daily survival.
When she meets the Riley brothers, there’s something about them that draws her in. She’s never let her guard down, but Dante and Holden make her feel valuable, like she actually matters. And for the first time in her life, she senses something she’s never experienced before—protection.
But can these mysterious brothers keep her safe from the dark monsters that lie in wait, ready for their final revenge? And how in the hell does older brother Dante know so much about her anyway?
Two years ago, 21-year-old Kate Edwards became deathly ill and slipped into a coma. While unconscious, she crept into the mind of a missing boy and awoke with the knowledge of his location.
Now another child has been abducted. Police detective Jared Corbett seeks out Kate for her help in solving the case. With visions she can’t control and an uncontrollable attraction to the detective, she wonders if she can leave the past behind and finally stop hiding from the world.
Following close on the heels of his celebrated debut 18 Seconds, George Shuman returns with yet another remarkable thriller featuring investigative consultant Sherry Moore — a blind woman with an uncanny ability to view the final living moments of any dead body she encounters.
A ruthless serial killer with an unthinkable MO has left a trail of tortured, murdered women in western Maryland and seems to have gone to ground in the backwoods of Pennsylvania. With no leads or any sign of a suspect, investigators must call on the now-famous blind psychic Sherry Moore, a woman whose talent inspires skepticism, but whose results are unparalleled. When she is put in contact with the hand of any dead body, she relives the memory of the departed’s final experience.