But the company is responsible for the oil of Bezakistan and Talib is trying to find some different forms od combustible for the future and met Piper through phone conversations. I liked how Rafe and Kade treated Piper from the very begin. Talib sent his brothers to seek and kidnap their future wife according to the rules of the country, but he already started a relationship with her without Piper having the knowledge he was actually the prince, but since his cousin is trying to destroy every form of future for the country only for revenge.
Jul The oil executives know they must give her time to get to know them before she can choose one. But when a dangerous predator begins stalking the small-town beauty, they work together to protect her, abducting Hannah and spiriting her to an isolated hideaway. Once alone with her, none of them can contain their burning desire. She grows closer to each, their devotion melting her inhibitions. But her new found happiness turns to terror when her stalker finds her. Will Gavin, Slade and Dex lose their woman to a menace that threatens everything they hold dear, or will they finally unite to make Hannah theirs forever?
I was feeling like reading some erotica during June and this book has a very good cover, so I decided to pick it up and give it a shot. Usually these relationships between several men and one women are a bit forced, but since the males are brothers I found it really nice the idea of sharing. Hannah is the executive secretary of Black oil Ink, working for Gavin James but she also has a good and friendly relationship with his brothers, Slade and Dex.
I loved how honest the book was. Gavin was once married and struggles to accept his feelings and trust that Hannah actually loves him and wants his dark side.
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Slade and Dex are very dominate and they love a good play in bed, making this part more sexy and fun. Also the investigation and the dangerous scenes made this more dark and emotional. It was a good book, with a lot of action and sex, but it has a nice story and made me want to read more from these authors.
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It was great to be here. Hey everyone! Happy Tuesday! Paula Brackston lives in a wild, mountainous part of Wales. Before becoming a writer, Paula tried her hand at various career paths, with.
These included working as a groom on a racing yard, as a travel agent, a secretary, an English teacher, and a goat herd. Everyone involved particularly the goats is very relieved that she has now found a job she is actually able to do properly. When not hunched over her keyboard in her tiny office under the stairs, Paula is dragged outside by her children to play Swedish tennis on the vertiginous slopes which surround them. She also enjoys being walked by the dog, hacking through weeds in the vegetable patch, or sitting by the pond with a glass of wine.
Most of the inspiration for her writing comes from stomping about on the mountains being serenaded by skylarks and buzzards. In Paula was short listed in the Creme de la Crime search for new writers. Here, find out more The Silver Witch. A year after her husband's sudden death, ceramic artist Tilda Fordwells finally moves into the secluded Welsh cottage that was to be their new home. She hopes that the tranquil surroundings will help ease her grief, and lessen her disturbing visions of Mat's death. Instead, the lake in the valley below her cottage seems to spark something dormant in her - a sensitivity, and a power of some sort.
Animals are drawn to her, electricity shorts out when she's near, and strangest of all, she sees a new vision; a beautiful of ancient people approaching her across the water. On this same lake in Celtic times lived Seren, a witch and shaman. She was respected but feared, kept separate from the community for her strange looks.
When a vision came to her of the Prince amid a nest of vipers she warned of betrayal from one of his own.
Prince Brynach both loved and revered her, but could not believe someone close to him wished him harm, even as the danger grew. In her own time, Tilda's grief begins to fade beside her newfound powers and a fresh love. When she explores the lake's ancient magic and her own she discovers Seren, the woman in her vision of the boat. Their two lives strangely mirror each other's, suggesting a strong connection between the women.
As Tilda comes under threat from a dark power, one reminiscent of Seren's prophecy, she must rely on Seren and ancient magic if death and disaster are not to shatter her life once more. At first, the changing POV and tense tripped me up slightly, but as I got into the next two switching chapters I realized how fabulous that storytelling method could be. The book, taking place in both present and far past with interweaving storylines, was - pardon the pun - bewitching and magickal. We get to travel the road of Tilda, a modern-day artist overcoming the trials of her differentness and the weight of her grief at the loss of her husband as she desperately tries to build a new life in this beautiful, remote part of Wales.
As well as Seren - witch, seer, and shaman to Prince Brynach, as she loses herself to the love that they come to share despite the problems it causes, and tries to keep him safe from the dangers that abound - both within and without of those closest to them. After we're introduced and immersed in both of their exciting journeys, we get to watch as their paths cross when circumstances bring them together through time and space, providing a tale rife with history I found out that the setting of the book is one near and dear to the author's heart , growth, rebirth, triumph, love, and intrigue.
The Silver Witch was another winner by Ms.
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Brackston , and I am so very happy that I was given the opportunity to read it. I am coming to absolutely love these stories, and look forward to each new one that she puts out. I highly recommend all of Ms. Brackston's work, but The Silver Witch is perfect for those looking for a fantasy romance steeped in history though I cannot say one way or the other if the events referenced are actually factual with two tales of finding love despite adverse circumstances, all tied together with a beautiful magickal bow.
Don't they sound amazing!? I really, really enjoy getting lost in Paula's imagination. For the rest of today, let's see what Paula had to say when I sat down to chat with her.
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I did that on the da y of my twenty-firs t birthday. It was lovely, but I was given the only brown horse at the stables! I didn't mind, he was so sweet. I went to agricultural college for a year and studied Equine Science, where I learned to breed and train racehorses. We also had to dag sheep don't ask! And my school nickname was Mitzie, for reasons none of us can remember. I'd spend it with William Shakespeare! Imagine being able to talk to him about what it was like to write all those wonderful plays.
If he could be persuaded, I'd want us to pass the day creating a story together.
I think there might be a few artistic , writerly tussles, but I'm sure it would be a blast. In some stories there might be more dialogue than others, and I do enjoy working in the voice of the characters very much. It feels easy, once you've got the character going, because they are like people you know really well; you know pretty much what they would say in any given situation. I write quite a lot in the first person, and I really enjoy the opportunity that gives me to 'inhabit' the character.
I hope the reader experiences that too.
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