I needed money so I took a job as a pool girl at an exclusive all-male club. Kelsey’s down on her luck so she goes for a job interview at a ritzy country club. She thinks her responsibilities are going to include picking up towels and serving drinks to bored billionaires with too much time and money on their hands. But when the gorgeous Trent Lewis wants more, the sweet virgin’s taken for a wild ride. Trent’s a filthy rich alpha male who’s joined a luxurious private club. The women work as support staff, including cooks, waitresses, and bartenders. But there’s a certain curvy pool girl who catches his eye … and suddenly swimming ons never looked so good! Hey Readers – We’re back at the Billionaires Club for some filthy debauchery. As usual, the story’s off the charts crazy and taboo, so keep a drink close by to cool down! You’ll love it, we promise :) Bonus books included. xoxo Cassie and Sarah
One day, Natsuhiko (our narcissist hero) is asked by his parents to bring home a girl. He asks his only friend, Mitsuru (our masochistic heroine) to come. But Hijiri, who's dying to discover Natsuhiko's secret, also decides to tag along. Will Mitsuru be able to protect Natsuhiko's secret?
Khan's stories are about ordinary people trying to cope with events that have thrown their daily lives out of sync. His protagonists rise above their circumstances by not giving up. Each of the twelve stories here helps us explore feelings and relationships that are quintessentially urban.
Alexandra David-Neel was the first European to explore Tibet at a time when foreigners were banned. Few people have led a life of adventure equal to hers, or made so much of it. This book presents a vividly detailed chronicle of David-Neel's quest to conquer her personal demons and of the outer journey that made her one of the most celebrated figures of her day. 26 photos. 2 maps.
It is 1847, northern England, and Charles Weightman has been given the unenviable task of overseeing the flooding of the Forge Valley and evicting its lingering inhabitants. Weightman is heartily resented by these locals, and he himself is increasingly unconvinced both of the wisdom of his appointment and of the integrity and motives of the company men who posted him there. He finds some solace, however, in his enigmatic neighbour, Mary Latimer. Caring for her mad sister, Mary is also an outsider, and a companionship develops between the two of them which offers them both some comfort and support in their mutual isolation. As winter closes steadily in and as the waters begin to rise in the Forge Valley, it becomes increasingly evident that the man-made deluge cannot be avoided; not by the locals desperate to save their homes, nor by the reluctant agent of their destruction, Weightman himself. In a masterful new novel, Edric captures powerful human emotions with grace and precision. The hauntingly resonant backdrop to this story of David and Goliath marks Edric's dramatic return to historical literary fiction.