Love has a dangerous side in these compelling classics from New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz Stormy Challenge Leya Brandon doesn't know what—if anything—to believe about Court Tremayne. He already lied about his name. And while she thinks her heart isn't at risk, she clearly underestimates his all-consuming desire to win her for his own. Little does she know that Court has no intention of stopping his pursuit…not until he leaves her hungering for the fulfillment only he can give. Reckless Passion With his carefully groomed Southern manners, Yale Ransom might have stepped straight out of Gone with the Wind. But stockbroker Dara Bancroft senses a passion beneath the glossy surface of her prospective client, and recklessly, she offers him an unspoken challenge, never expecting that their conversation could explode into desire she's never felt before. But she pushes him too far, and now Yale wants to make her pay…straight from the heart.
Reckless Nights in Rome
A hot romance with a glittering cast of characters... He's wealthy, devastatingly handsome, Italian, and ruthless, but one woman is refusing to give in to his demands in an unforgettable story from a queen of romance author, CC MacKenzie. With the life he's led and the money he's made, Nico Ferranti is used to possessing his heart's desire. Except he shouldn't desire his best friend's little sister. Fact is, Bronte Ludlow is a blue blood and he's a street-rat made good. She deserves better than one night of pleasure, and that's all he's prepared to offer any woman, until Bronte's brother is badly hurt in a car accident in Rome. When Nico whisks her away to the Eternal City, it leads to the most intimate night of his life. Good girl falls for the bad boy. It's a torrid tale that seldom ends in a happy ending. But Bronte knows he is worth fighting for and takes matters into her own hands. Regardless of how he views himself, the Nico she knows is kind, brave and a loyal friend. But as past lies and present-day secrets collide, they are both about to learn there are consequences to a reckless night neither can escape... It's a standalone story, first in a series, readers worldwide adore. Grab your copy of Reckless Nights In Rome, now! If you enjoy Bella Andre, Marie Force, Mills and Boon or Harlequin Romances you will enjoy this. ****** Welcome to Ludlow Hall a place to find romance— and lose your heart. It is a vast English country house turned a five star Ferranti Hotel and Spa, with all the friends, family and fun that readers have come to expect from USA TODAY Bestselling author CC MacKenzie. Hot Romance, Romantic Comedy, Ludlow Hall, Nico, Bronte, Alpha Hero, Feisty Heroine, Free Romance Read, Free Romance Book., English heroine, Italian hero, romantic comedy, accidental pregnancy, love lost love found,CC MacKenzie, USA Today Bestselling Author,THE GOLDIGGERS, Ludlow Hall
Off the Charts
This explosive expose examines the music industry from 1981 to the present, offering insights into the ways in which, despite the introduction of modern marketing techniques and corporate imaging, the music industry has remained, for the most part, a shell game played by hustlers. of photos.
That Reckless Night
He's just a warm body on a cold Alaskan night… Miranda Sinclair, reeling on the anniversary of her sister's death, indulges in a passionate night with a stranger. The next day she's shocked to discover he's her new boss, Jeremiah Burke! And he got the job she thought was hers. Still, she's nothing if not practical. She wants to forget about their night together and focus on tracking the poachers killing black bears on her mountain. Besides, she's not looking for a relationship, and her instincts tell her Jeremiah is hiding something. Too bad the attraction between them won't go away, and Miranda starts to wonder if one night will ever be enough….
Reckless Night in Rio
"All you need to do is… pretend to love me." The task should be easy for Laura Parker— after all, Gabriel Santos is outrageously good-looking, it's for one night only and he is offering her a million dollars.… There are just three things to consider, however: 1. They've already had one steamy, unforgettable night together in Rio. 2. Laura's been in love with Gabriel ever since. 3. Gabriel's never wanted children, but he's not aware he's the father of Laura's baby.…
Traitor or Temptress
Lorne McBryde desperately seeks a means to escape the savage violence of her Scottish Highland home. Her headstrong nature is countered by her instinctive kindness—yet, for Iain Monroe, Earl of Norwood, she will be marked forever by her family's betrayal. Kidnapped in the dead of night, held hostage for justice, Lorne is now in Iain's hands. She protests her innocence—but does her tempting beauty mask a treacherous spirit?
Lane Summers lives in a small town in the hills of West Virginia. Looking for a more exciting direction in life, the young man latches onto a new clique of friends. He seeks companionship and salvation, but soon finds himself mesmerized by the glamour of parties and wild fun. Yet his new life takes him out of the darkness and into the light of self examination. Lanes story of love and bitterness as he struggles with social anxiety, depression and insomnia reaches a crescendo as he travels curvy roads in search of his true self.
Chrissie Hynde, for nearly four decades the singer/songwriter/ undisputed leader of the Pretenders, is a justly legendary figure. Few other rock stars have managed to combine her swagger, sexiness, stage presence, knack for putting words to music, gorgeous voice and just all-around kick-assedness into such a potent and alluring package. From “Tatooed Love Boys” and “Brass in Pocket” to “Talk of the Town” and “Back on the Chain Gang,” her signature songs project a unique mixture of toughness and vulnerability that millions of men and women have related to. A kind of one- woman secret tunnel linking punk and new wave to classic guitar rock, she is one of the great luminaries in rock history. Now, in her no-holds-barred memoir Reckless, Chrissie Hynde tells, with all the fearless candor, sharp humor and depth of feeling we’ve come to expect, exactly where she came from and what her crooked, winding path to stardom entailed. Her All-American upbringing in Akron, Ohio, a child of postwar power and prosperity. Her soul capture, along with tens of millions of her generation, by the gods of sixties rock who came through Cleveland—Mitch Ryder, David Bowie, Jeff Back, Paul Butterfield and Iggy Pop among them. Her shocked witness in 1970 to the horrific shooting of student antiwar protestors at Kent State. Her weakness for the sorts of men she calls “the heavy bikers” and “the get-down boys.” Her flight from Ohio to London in 1973 essentially to escape the former and pursue the latter. Her scuffling years as a brash reviewer for New Musical Express, shop girl at the Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood boutique 'Craft Must Wear Clothes But The Truth Loves To Go Naked', first-hand witness to the birth of the punk movement, and serial band aspirant. And then ,at almost the last possible moment, her meeting of the three musicians who comprised the original line-up of The Pretenders, their work on the indelible first album “The Pretenders,” and the rocket ride to “Instant” stardom, with all the disorientation and hazards that involved. The it all comes crashing back down to earth with the deaths of lead guitarist James Honeyman Scott and bassist Peter Farndon, leaving her bruised and saddened, but far from beaten. Because Chrissie Hynde is, among other things, one of rock’s great survivors. We are lucky to be living in a golden age of great rock memoirs. In the aptly titled Reckless, Chrissie Hynde has given us one of the very best we have. Her mesmerizing presence radiates from every line and page of this book. From the Hardcover edition.
Creature of the Night
I could hear Dennis talking to my ma. 'She was little,' he said. 'Little like me. But old. Older than you.' Those words gave me a cold shock. I could see Dennis imagining fairies, but old ones? When Bobby's mother moves the family into a rented house in the country, a neighbour tells him that a child was once murdered there. Bobby doesn't care. All he wants is to get back to Dublin and to resume his wild life there, stealing from the crowded shopping streets and racing stolen cars at night. But getting his old life back doesn't turn out to be so easy, and the longer he spends in the old cottage, the more convinced he becomes that something very strange is going on there. Was there really a murder? And if so, was it the one he has been told about?