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Aug 16 - Book Review

Los Angeles – A romantic destination

The city of Los Angeles is in the US state of California. Located in the southern portion of the state, the region experiences a pleasant climate all year around. Since, it is the second most populous city in the US; it is automatically a prime centre for trade, commerce and entertainment. The region is home to Hollywood, which occupies a legendary status amidst movie buffs. However, alongside all this hectic commercial activity, the region has much to offer to a tourist, who is eager to explore into the unknown. Let us discuss in details the tourism potential of Los Angeles city and its immediate vicinity. The region is famous for its coastline and a tourist on holidays to Los Angeles can certainly head for its famous Venice Beach. This stretch of golden sand and a beautiful sea is an utter delight to watch. The Muscle Beach located within the beach…

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Aug 11 - Book Review


Prologue “Ten minutes to show time.” Ashton Steel, lead dancer and co-founder of Men of Steel, Ladies Ultimate Night Out, slapped Tucker Jones, the newest member of the group on the back. “You ready to shake your dick and make it rain?” Tucker, a twenty-three year old ex-college football hero flashed a perfectly white smile and peered through the red velvet curtain. “Hells yeah I am. Thirsty Thursday never looked so good.” He pointed out to the crowd. “Have you found her yet?” Ashton came up behind him, scanned the crowd full of women dressed in short shorts and cleavage filled tank tops. It didn’t take him long to find her. “There,” he said, pointing to the girl front and center. Even sitting down, she didn’t look to be more than five foot five, maybe a hundred and ten pounds and a head full of hair that put Carrot Top…

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Jac (Excerpt: Chapter 2)

“Guess you didn’t see your night ending up this way,” Jaclyn grinned, finishing off her drink. He was quiet for a moment. The wind made hushed noises in the background, blowing fallen leaves against the hallway window. “It’s not all bad,” Lee responded at last. With a twinkle in his eye, he added, “I met someone. A woman, that is.” “Oh yeah?” Jaclyn could hear her own voice crack with hopelessness as she asked the question. Though she had already figured that he was most likely already taken. A man that handsome and sweet had to be. She knew there had to be a hitch. With a soft tone, she questioned, “What’s she like?” “She’s beautiful,” he began. Jaclyn slumped in disappointment as he went on, “Really nice, too. She seems smart, can hold a conversation. She’s extremely caring and I doubt I have a chance but,” he shrugged in…

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Aug 07 - Book Review

When It’s Done Right, All Night Is Not Enough…..

It’s 7am and I’m still wide awake, and that’s not the only thing that’s wider today than it was yesterday. At 38, divorced 5 years ago, I threw myself into my job. I moved six months ago from the west coast to the east coast for a totally new outlook on life. That out look didn’t remotely include Ted or any man, especially one that’s 60 years old. I’ve always been in control, with 300 employees reporting to me, pulling in a high six figure salary with a corner office, a penthouse that most would love to have and a masters degree from the best business school in the country. All that I would give up to relive the last 8 hours with Ted, well at least half anyway. I did things last night I didn’t know I could or would ever do. But how could a 60 year old…

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Aug 05 - Book Review

The Duke’s Facade (An excerpt)

Standing idly against the wall of the Moltram’s ballroom, Jacob felt like a caged tiger. He did not want to be spending his night pretending not to notice the crush of the room and doing his best to overlook the uncomfortable feeling of being crumpled by the sheer number of people in the place. One did not show how uncomfortable one was at a public event, it just wasn’t gentile. He also did not want to spend the night pretending that he did not notice the gaggles of Mamas on the Marriage Mart primping their daughters and then ever so subtly pushing them in his direction. So standing there with what he hoped was his usual uninviting look of indifference, Jacob saw that his brother, Julian, Viscount Montrose, and Lord Robert Farthing were approaching. “What in the world are you doing here, Granby?” Robert asked in disbelief. “Didn’t you tell…

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Jul 09 - Book Review

Fading Memories

I hold the last words from my father up to my chest as I allow the tears to flow freely. Not able to hold them back, I wish he were here to explain it all to me. This is something I will always cherish and keep in a safe spot for when I need to feel close to him. I still have questions, but in the significant scale of it all, I already have the answers I need. If, after all these years, two people can find their way back to each other, it’s something that I need to listen to. My parents had a love that was like no other, and that’s what I want. The man who can give this to me is only a few steps away, and it’s time that I tell him. As I stand and turn around, I notice Dakota is walking down the…

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Long distance relationships are hard and lonely at the best of times. Cora know this all too well. Days and nights home alone with nothing but a book and television for company. Liam has been gone for eight months when a new sexy neighbour moves into the apartment next door to Cora. The occasional hello quickly becomes a friendship unlike anything Cora has had before and she soon finds herself torn. Torn between the love of her life and the man who brings her to life. Torn between Liam and Jay. Start Reading Torn

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A Light Upon My Heart – Chapter 1

As she stepped off the stage coach her heart was heavy with uncertainty. This was a new experience for her. She’d never been away from her south Georgia hometown. From the moment her father told her about his plans things had changed for her. It was hard to leave her home and family, but it was for the best. All she knew about Joseph was he was a Christian and owned a ranch. What would he be like? Would she grow to care for him or even love him? Would he ever love her? What did he look like? Oh well, she’d find out soon enough. Looking from side to side she wondered if he was already there in the crowd. She stood there for a few minutes before a fear came over her. Had he changed his mind? If he did how would she get back home because she…

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May 04 - Book Review

Always Remember Me

It felt as if my heart was ripped out of my chest. It was official; the doctors confirmed what I dreaded the most. You were dead. The doctor sadly told your mother the devastating truth. She raised her hand to her mouth and tears started to swell up into her eyes. I comforted her as she fell apart in her grief. Her child was gone. He passed away four in the morning where his heart gave up. I shared her grief because I loved you so much that it hurt to know that you were gone. Gone forever. Your funeral was a small private matter. It was a rainy June day when we buried in the Irving Park Cemetery where your grandfather lay. Dressed in black, everyone you knew and loved you came to say goodbye. I stood beside your mother, and held her hand as she softly sobbed into…

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