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review 2015-06-19 19:59
Great start!
Locked: The Alpha Group, Book 1 - Maya Cross,Carmen Rose

Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars! Maya Cross is an amazing author! Just loved her story, Locked. I was constantly rattled out of the story, though, because she's from Australia and the story's filled with the usual language differences. But the writing was engaging and I loved it - well except for the cliffhanger. ;)

 

Sophia is a lawyer who feels unappreciated and unfulfilled in her job. Her hard work isn't enough to get her where she wants, she's got to 'kiss ass' and hang out with the right people, too. (Apparently, she didn't get the life memo on this when she was younger LOL)

 

 

Anyhoo, she stumbles along until one night she's out with her friends and they find themselves in a seedy bar. It seems strange, though, that at the back of the bar, a bodyguard stands by only allowing people dressed to the nines and celebrities entrance.

 

Intrigued and a bit tipsy, Sophia decides to find a way to get past the guard and find out what's going on in the back of the club. When she finally gets in, she immediately knows she's in way over her head. She tries to leave, but a handsome man approaches her. 

 

Sebastian is an enigma. He's a powerful, wealthy man, but he's always a bit of a mystery. He's captivated with Sophia the moment he sees her, knowing she truly doesn't belong there. More than that, he's curious how she got in and likes her sassy mouth. Before he can make his move, though, Sophia leaves.

 

Sophia knows Sebastian is trouble and the way her body's responding to him isn't something she's quite ready for. So, she gets up to leave, but first she thinks to stop by the bathroom. A few wrong turns later, she ends up in an office belonging to none other than Sebastian. Hearing people outside, she goes into hiding in a broom closet and gets the surprise of her life when Sebastian walks in with his 'secretary' and they have a very naughty meeting. 

 

Unable to keep quiet in the closet, Sebastian catches Sophia there. Sophia - now scared sobered - does the first thing that comes to her mind: run.

 

Putting the whole experience behind her, Sophia tries to blend in with her real life again, though it's hard to stop thinking about Sebastian. Just as she's starting to relax, her world caves in as Sebastian shows up as a potential client in her law firm.

 

Can Sophia keep her feelings for Sebastian at bay or will she end up falling for the gorgeous man who's got a few secrets of his own?

 

Locked features:

erotica

oral sex

backdoor play

BDSM

spanking

mystery

suspense

intrigue 

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review 2013-10-09 07:05
The Bride Wore Pearls – Liz Carlyle.
The Bride Wore Pearls - Liz Carlyle

The Bride Wore Pearls – Liz Carlyle.

 

First of all, I love the personal maid and valet in Rance & Anisha’s home. The poor valet to Rance – haha! What he needs to go through every morning! Love Anisha’s boys! Naughty little gremlins they are indeed! And Love Aisha’s parakeet! Rance is the ultimate bad boy in this series. Dishonorable past, lots of emotional baggage and a sword still haning over his head. He’s all but thrown caution to the wind and given up on what he wants and needs, just surviving from one day to the next, not caring about propper decorum. He has accepted the ton’s perception of him as a rogue womanizer and is living up to it with gusto. Even though he is a clear stay away, Anish refuses to do so. She is the only woman who brings forth Rance’s true self. He is charming, loyal honest and a true gentleman. LOVE Anisha's character too.

 

This book got to me big time. You read 20books and then there is one that mirrors you so closely you have a hard time reading it. Of the 3 men in this series I have read so far, I think its between Rance and Adrian. Looking forward to starting the last book, but a bit apprehensive about Royden Napier’s character. I must also mention that I did not like Besset at some points. There is just something about him I cant do but I think it might be the cover photo of him. Crazy right. The Bride by Moonlight here we go . . .

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review 2013-10-02 09:56
ONE TOUCH OF SCANDAL - LIZ CARLYLE (Fraternitas Aureae Crucis Series #1)
One Touch of Scandal - Liz Carlyle

LOVE LIZ CARLYLE. - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis Series #1

Very funny, Very witty.

Love the plot, Love the setting, Love the writing style. LOVE LOVE LOVE "Raju" / Adrian :) Jip, you guessed it, I'm a sucker for the mysterious bad boys.

Truely enjoyed this book. My Fav quote in this book is from Milo the parakeet "Skwwwaak British Prisoner, Help Help Help Skwwwaaaak" haha! Also love Nish's character. She comes across as cheeky and playful and teasing. Love the Devil may care attitude Adrian has. Life would be so much easier if i could be like that too. He is one of my favourite boys :)

Cant wait for book 2!!

 

PS.  - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis (FAC)

The Ancient and Mystical Order Rosæ Crucis, also called the Rosicrucian Order (AMORC), is a worldwide philosophical and humanistic fraternal organization devoted to "the study of the elusive mysteries of life and the universe."[1] The organization is non-sectarian and it is open to both men and women of legal adult age (18 years old in most countries) regardless of their various religious persuasions. The current open cycle of AMORC was activated by Harvey Spencer Lewis in 1915.[2]Lewis received authority to do so from the Supreme Council of the Rosicrucian Order after being tried, tested and finally initiated into the Order in 1909, Toulouse, France. AMORC is said to be the modern day manifestation of the ancient Rose-Croix Order which has its origin in theAncient Egyptian mystery schools.

AMORC's teachings draw upon ideas of the major philosophers, particularly Pythagoras, Thales, Solon, Heraclitus, Democritus, traditional healing techniques, health, intuition and the psychic consciousness, material and spiritual alchemy, sacred architecture, mystical sounds, breathing techniques, meditation, natural, mystical, and artificial symbolism, the great religious movements, the psychic body, karma and reincarnation. (Thank you Wikipedia)

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review 2013-10-02 09:25
ONE TOUCH OF SCANDAL - LIZ CARLYLE
ONE TOUCH OF SCANDAL - Liz Carlyle

LOVE LIZ CARLYLE. - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis #1

Very funny, Very witty.

Love the plot, Love the setting, Love the writing style. LOVE LOVE LOVE "Raju" / Adrian :) Jip, you guessed it, I'm a sucker for the mysterious bad boys.

Truely enjoyed this book. My Fav quote in this book is from Milo the parakeet "Skwwwaak British Prisoner, Help Help Help Skwwwaaaak" haha! Also love Nish's character. She comes across as cheeky and playful and teasing. Love the Devil may care attitude Adrian has. Life would be so much easier if i could be like that too. He is one of my favourite boys :)

Cant wait for book 2!!

 

PS.  - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis (FAC)

The Ancient and Mystical Order Rosæ Crucis, also called the Rosicrucian Order (AMORC), is a worldwide philosophical and humanistic fraternal organization devoted to "the study of the elusive mysteries of life and the universe."[1] The organization is non-sectarian and it is open to both men and women of legal adult age (18 years old in most countries) regardless of their various religious persuasions. The current open cycle of AMORC was activated by Harvey Spencer Lewis in 1915.[2]Lewis received authority to do so from the Supreme Council of the Rosicrucian Order after being tried, tested and finally initiated into the Order in 1909, Toulouse, France. AMORC is said to be the modern day manifestation of the ancient Rose-Croix Order which has its origin in theAncient Egyptian mystery schools.

AMORC's teachings draw upon ideas of the major philosophers, particularly Pythagoras, Thales, Solon, Heraclitus, Democritus, traditional healing techniques, health, intuition and the psychic consciousness, material and spiritual alchemy, sacred architecture, mystical sounds, breathing techniques, meditation, natural, mystical, and artificial symbolism, the great religious movements, the psychic body, karma and reincarnation. (Thank you Wikipedia)

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Mystical_Order_Rosae_Crucis
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review 2009-06-06 00:00
Plays of the Year Special: The Six Wives of Henry VIII - John C. Trewin,Beverley Cross,John Prebble,Rosemary Anne Sisson,Nick McCarty,Ian Thorne,Jean Morris This is the collection of the screenplays for the BBC's 1970 production of The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Each play focuses on a different wife and all well written. Excellent companion book for the series.
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