Workaholic real estate agent Carol Brock can't seem to find a good man. Her first husband cheated with a law clerk less than half his age. Then she found herself in a string of bad relationships with unscrupulous men, including a con man and art thief, who shredded her professional reputation and strained her relationship with her college-age children. Carol has sworn off men and is determined to reclaim her life and career on her terms. But, when Boston's most eligible bachelor, restoration specialist Devin Elliott, puts in an offer on a charming Victorian, Carol admits she's attracted. Devin's offer unwittingly unleashes a psychopathic rage in an ex-girlfriend that spills into Carol's life. As she and Devin try to stay one step ahead of violence, Carol must decide whether she's ready to risk her heart again.
18+Jess knew her life would never move forward if she remained a part of Gregory’s pack. Some Alpha’s just don’t know how to take care of their wolves. She had managed Gregory’s bar for years but she knew he would never sell it to her.After one giant mistake, he went from bad to worse. As a psychic, she knew it was a downward spiral.Taking her future in her own hands, she contacts the Alpha in Edenton. He is happy to sell the empty bar no one has the time, nor desire to renovate, much less run.Their attraction is unexpected and the last thing either want, but they find the only thing they need in each other.There is just one problem. Slater’s second in command is plotting against him. Liam will use anything to take over as Alpha.Plenty of werewolves, an old vampire flame, plus a paranoid second, and don’t forget the psychic with a whole lot of attitude.
18+ Jess knew her life would never move forward if she remained a part of Gregory’s pack. Some Alpha’s just don’t know how to take care of their wolves. She had managed Gregory’s bar for years but she knew he would never sell it to her. After one giant mistake, he went from bad to worse. As a psychic, she knew it was a downward spiral. Taking her future in her own hands, she contacts the Alpha in Edenton. He is happy to sell the empty bar no one has the time, nor desire to renovate, much less run. Their attraction is unexpected and the last thing either want, but they find the only thing they need in each other. There is just one problem. Slater’s second in command is plotting against him. Liam will use anything to take over as Alpha. Plenty of werewolves, an old vampire flame, plus a paranoid second, and don’t forget the psychic with a whole lot of attitude.
New Beginnings is a collection of three short romantic stories. Another Chance: Maya’s never forgotten childhood love Ryan, but when he walks into a New York bar, the timing could be better!The New Beginning: Lainey’s exciting find in a jungle on an Australian island, is only the beginning of an unforgettable trip.Wearing the Green: The chore of looking after her friend’s boring brother for the St Patrick’s Day weekend festival in Dublin, isn’t as awful as expected when Eve meets Adam.The author has had short-stories published in New Love Stories Magazine, and her full-length novels, Bound to Love, Catch Me A Catch, Marrying Cade, Challenging Andie, Love on the Vine and The Morning After are available now for your Kindle.
In 1882, Brandon, Manitoba becomes a city with the arrival of the railroad and the beginning of the greatest mass emigration West in Canadian history.Sam – self-made, wealthy and ruthless, is an influential business owner. Sara – widowed, alone and pregnant, is hiding from the world, riddled with guilt over previous pregnancies which her babies hadn’t survived.That fall, through extraordinary circumstances, the two meet. Sam, worldly and experienced, is disconcerted to find that he is passionately drawn to Sara and cannot get her out of his mind. He seeks her out and begs her to let him into her life. Gently and patiently, he helps her discover the kind of tenderness and pleasure she had never experienced. She returns his love, and together, they find that life can give the happiness they had thought unattainable. Their journey takes them from the snowbound prairies of Western Canada to the modern-day bustle of Montreal and Philadelphia as they seek to find an answer to the mystery that could threaten their future happiness.Follow Sam and Sara along their journey at a time when so many things were new to the couple and to the world ... a time of new beginnings.
These three stories saw the return of the Doctor's arch-enemy, The Master, as well as the transition from Tom Baker's Doctor to Peter Davison's. The Keeper of Traken: A distress call brings the Doctor (Tom Baker) to the tranquil planet of Traken, where a living statue poses a deadly threat. (4 eps, 98 mins) Logopolis: The Doctor's (Tom Baker) plan to enlist the help of Logopolis's mathematicians for a small favor become sidetracked when the Master's interference leads to disaster on a universal scale. (4 eps, 98 mins) Castrovalva: The Doctor's (Peter Davison) regeneration is failing, and his last hope rests with Nyssa and Tegan, who struggle to steer the TARDIS to the remote haven of Castrovalva. (4 eps, 96 mins) DVD Features:Audio Commentary:Audio Commentary by actors Anthony Ainley, Sarah Sutton and Matthew Waterhouse and writer Johnny Byrne DVD ROM Features:1982 Doctor Who Annual, Radio Times and BBC Enterprises literature PDFs Documentary:Being Nice to Each Other: A new 30-minute "making of" documentary that includes contributions from Sarah Sutton, Sheila Ruskin, Geoffrey Beevers, John Black, Johnny Byrne, Christopher H. Bidmead Interviews:Swap Shop: Noel Edmond interviews Sarah Sutton (11 mins) Music Only TrackOther:The Return of the Master: Geoffrey Beevers, Christopher H. Bidmead and John Black talk about the return of the Doctor's arch-enemy (8 mins) Trailers and Continuity Announcements (6 mins) Photo galleryProduction NotesAudio Commentary:Audio Commentary by actors Tom Baker and Janet Fielding and writer Christopher H. Bidmead DVD ROM Features:1982 Doctor Who Annual, Radio Times and BBC Enterprises literature PDFs Documentary:A New Body at Last: A new 50-minute documentary on the transition from Tom Baker to Peter Davison, featuring many of the actors and production team involved, plus exclusive behind the scenes footage of the regeneration Interviews:Nationwide Interviews with Tom Baker and Peter Davison (8 mins) Pebble Mill at One: Peter Davison interview (12 mins) Music Only TrackOther:BBC News Reports on Tom Baker's wedding, the announcement of Tom Baker's departure and Peter Davison's arrival (1 min) Photo galleryProduction NotesTV Spot:Trailers and Continuity Announcements (2 mins) Audio Commentary:Audio Commentary by actors Peter Davison and Janet Fielding, writer Christopher H. Bidmead and director Fiona CummingDVD ROM Features:1982 Doctor Who Annual, Radio Times and BBC Enterprises literature PDFs Deleted ScenesFeaturette:The Crowded TARDIS: 11-minute featurette with Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Sarah Sutton, John Black and Christopher H. Bidmead Interviews:Being Doctor Who: Peter Davison discusses how he approached this iconic role (13 mins) Directing Castrovalva: 11-minute interview with Fiona Cumming Swap Shop, Blue Peter: Peter Davison interviews (29 mins) Music Only TrackMusic Video:New remix of Peter Howell's Doctor Who theme music for 1980 in stereo or Dolby 5.1 surround Photo galleryProduction NotesTV Spot:Trailers and Continuity Announcements (5 mins)
It came as a shock, when self-styled 'ghetto queen,' Geneva, was contacted by lawyers who claimed that Stanley Walters, the deceased uptown financier, was her father. His will contained several conditions that had to be met before she could inherit what was left to her. One condition was that she had to live with her sister, a girl who was the same age as Geneva, for a full year to forge sisterly bonds. Geneva left Froggie, her 'ghetto don,' behind and found herself in the rarified atmosphere of uptown living. She had to contend with Pamela, her father's widow, and the attention of a suave up-towner, Justin, who was determined that she should forget her past and move on with him.
Since her remarkable debut in 1988, Tracy Chapman has captivated audiences around the glove with her pure voice, evocative songs and intense spirit. In the process, she has sold over 18 million records and filled concert halls worldwide. Produced by Don Gehman, whose hit credits include Hootie & The Blowfish and R.E.M., New Beginning marks the auspicious return of one of Elektra's defining voices and one of the most compelling artists in popular music. Certified Multi-Platinum (5 times) by the RIAA. (11/01)
“New Beginnings” is the fourth installment in the “New Discoveries” series. Matt is sent to prison. He must adapt to a new way of living, while also dealing with losing the love of his life. He eventually manages to form new bonds that may last beyond his sentence. This book is a novella which does contain graphic sexual scenes, and should be read by adults only. Books by Matt Zachary: New Discoveries (Book 1 of the New Discoveries series) Broken Hearts (Book 2 of the New Discoveries series) Life Changes (Book 3 of the New Discoveries series) New Beginnings (Book 4 of the New Discoveries series) The New Discoveries Series: Complete Collection (All 4 Books)
Want more romantic suspense in your life? New Beginnings, Book 2 of the Secrets of Clayton County Trilogy will keep you turning just over 300 pages of the kind of suspense that keeps you on the edge of... romance! If you like suspense all tossed up with romance, you will like New Beginnings. Sarah Hunter has made some life choices: leave her position with the IRS and walk away from an exciting, romantic connection in Chicago - which just happened to turn cold and ugly. There is no certainty of what she will find when she returns to the sleepy little Iowa town. There are still Secrets in Clayton County and somehow Sarah seems to be just the person to uncover them, but little did she expect to be whisked away in the night and thrown in a dark, cold jail cell, nor did she expect a suspicious fire would play a large part in her future.