It's not just the motion of the ocean, ladies. It's definitely the SIZE of the boat too. And I've got both firing on all cylinders. In fact, I have ALL the right assets. Looks, brains, my own money, and a big c&$k. You might think I'm an as%*$le. I sound like one, don't I? I'm hot as sin, rich as heaven, smart as hell and hung like a horse. Guess what? You haven't heard my story before. Sure, I might be a playboy, like the NY gossip rags call me. But I'm the playboy who's actually a great guy. Which makes me one of a kind. The only trouble is, my dad needs me to cool it for a bit. With conservative investors in town wanting to buy his flagship Fifth Avenue jewelry store, he needs me not only to zip it up, but to look the part of the committed guy. Fine. I can do this for Dad. After all, I've got him to thank for the family jewels. So I ask my best friend and business partner to be my fiancée for the next week. Charlotte's up for it. She has her own reasons for saying yes to wearing this big rock. And pretty soon all this playing pretend in public leads to no pretending whatsoever in the bedroom, because she just can't fake the kind of toe-curling, window-shattering orgasmic cries she makes as I take her to new heights between the sheets. But I can't seem to fake that I might be feeling something real for her. What the hell have I gotten myself into with this...big rock? BIG ROCK is a standalone, dirty romance novel written from the guy's POV by NYT Bestselling author Lauren Blakely...
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Tim Lyons has a friendly style of writing. His works to date have been non fiction with a focus on real estate and volunteerism. THE BIG ROCK is a fictional account of five generations of a family that dream of heading West and actually do it. H/W Foster and Sarah with Horse Poli train from Buffalo to St. Louis where they meet up with Sarah’s cousin and her husband. This relationship gains importance as Brad convinces Forrest of the advantages of going entrepreneurial as compared to farming or ranching. Brad has numerous relationship that allow Forrest to become stage station, post office, telegraph office, train station and retailer of numerous new products like farm equipment, insulation, indoor plumbing, propane, ice and many more. There was a range war with a murder. There was a robbery attempt by six lowlifes with all six dying at the hands of the family protecting their home. Prosperity continued to the point that they survived the “dustbowl” that ended so many other pioneers. In WW1 they lost their first son. The second and third generations mastered the industrial revolution. Their continual supply of the latest products and ideas kept them profitable through the years. They made a sweet deal to provide as much meat as they could grow to the Government for the second World War. Post WW11 they began to develop their property for GI Bill returning soldiers who needed a new home. The fourth generation man thought he was a hot shot developer. He was also a gambler . He was making a significant salary, commissions, fees and profits but left most of it on the tables. Then came the deal of deals that he cheated on a little bit and got caught. He lost it all and killed himself. His oldest son was a successful High end restaurateur and his youngest son Ed was thought to be a little slow. Dad pushed him into the deal to further hide his intentions. When it all settled he was the new owner of an old man’s bar with attached diner. Gene the previous owner was open to partnering up with Ed but had an unusual request. Conversationally, Gene heard the stories of the history of his family and wanted Ed to convert his Senior thesis into a book that they would co-own. Because Gene liked hearing stories more than reading, Ed agreed to tell the entire family history while working on the new menu and physical changes for the restaurant while developing a delivery business for their pizzas and pastas. The book became the compilation of historical stories woven with the contemporary stories of a makeover.
A total troll smack-down wrestle-fest. Just don't get in the way... Jack knows every wrestling move there is to know, and his dreams come true when he's recruited as a training assistant to Waldo's Wrestling Trolls. Little does Jack know that he's actually part troll, and that when his new family is in trouble he morphs into the terrifying Thud! He'll have to rescue princesses that don't need rescuing, avoid ambushes by goblins and build a team of Wrestling Trolls to take on Lord Veto's evil orcs in a battle for the tournament money. With eight full-colour pages of extra activities included.
It's 1967, the summer of love, ten years after legendary B movie director Landis Woodley's cult horror classic Cadaver. Now Woodley is shooting a rock-and-roll movie, complete with beach bunnies, hot rods, monsters, and rock bands. And as usual, money is tight. Producer Sol Kravitz introduces Woodley to Tijuana financier Hector Diablo, who invests a huge amount of money in the movie with the proviso that James Dean's death car, which he has rebuilt and named The Impresser, has a starring role. But something else is attached to this movie. Something that's not in the script. Sol is the first to die. Then others. And payback's a bitch. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Bo Mason, his wife, Elsa, and their two boys live a transient life of poverty and despair. Drifing from town to town and from state to state, the violent, ruthless Bo seeks outhis fortune--in the hotel business, on new farmland, and, eventually, in illegal rum-running through the threacherous back roads of the American Northwest. Bo chases after the promise of the American dream through Minnesota, the Dakotas, Saskatchewan, Montana, Utah and Nevada, but ultimately there is no escaping the devastating reach of the Depression and his own ruinous fate. In this affecting narrative, a defining masterpiece by the "dean of Western writers" (The New York Times), Wallace Stegner portrays more than three decades in the life of the Mason family as they struggle to survivle during the lean years of the early twentieth century. With an introduction by Robert Stone.
Johnstone Country. Guns and Money. And Sometimes, Lawyers. The long-awaited return of Smoke Jensen’s son ignites a powderkeg of problems for the town of Big Rock, Colorado. This time, it’s personal—and definitely fatal. . . . DARK NIGHT IN BIG ROCK Smoke Jensen is mighty proud of his son Louis for finishing law school. But he can’t help being a little disappointed that Louis isn’t returning to the Sugarloaf Ranch. Instead, he’s setting up his own law practice in nearby Big Rock—a career choice that turns out to be every bit as dangerous as fending off cattle rustlers. The boy’s first case lands him smack in the middle of a heated dispute between two riled-up ranchers over water rights. If Louis can’t settle them down, the whole thing could blow up into a bloody range war. Then a scheming con man shows up in town to stir up trouble—and ends up dead. Now Louis has to defend his sister’s boyfriend on murder charges. What’s worse, the real killer is still out there. And he’s ready to slaughter again . . . Smoke Jensen’s son may be a lawyer now. But if there’s one thing he learned from his daddy, it’s that in places like Big Rock, men live and die by one law alone: the law of the gun. . . . Live Free. Read Hard.
Big Rock Candy Town is the story of two sisters who arrive from Ontario to live with their father and his new wife and family in the small mining town of Fernie, in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia. But it is also - or perhaps more so - the story of Fernie itself in the 1950s, told from various points of view, which unfolds in the lives of immigrants from all parts of the world who seek in the Rockies the fulfillment of their dreams.
The Ladies Aid Society is determined to find brides for the bachelors who have moved to their town in the last two or three years. Their first attempt is for Angus Kelly, a red-haired giant of an Irishman. The society members have written to all their old friends across the country, and one willing respondent seems to be perfect for Angus: Nessa O’Shea. At the same time, Detectives Deacon Snow and his brother have been hired by a bank in Rawlins to search for the criminals who stole a shipment of newly minted gold coins intended for three different banks. On the way to the San Francisco mint, with help from Deacon’s sister-in-law Lilac Indigo, they befriend a young woman named Tillie Youngblood. Tillie is headed for San Francisco, too. No one could have foretold the unexpected connection or seen the effect Tillie would have on all of them in such a short time. Publisher's Note: The first book in a new series, this can also be read as a standalone. This historical, steamy romance contains a theme of power exchange.