Starving artist, Tiffany Hunter, creates a new business as a Purchase Consultant, a gift saver for desperate, busy, hard-working, or just plain forgetful men. Most have procrastinated to the last minute to buy gifts for their wives, mothers, sisters, daughters even their fiancés. She gets a high from shopping, a rush from the lack of time, and finds pleasure on the women's faces when she pretends to be the delivery person as she drops the gift off at their door.
Tiffany's favorite place to shop is Lauren & Co. on Rodeo Drive, where she meets the sharp-dressed jeweler, Nick Bennett. As Tiffany and Nick's relationship heats up, two of their old flames return. As the summer temperature rises in Southern California, so does the anticipation of which path Tiffany will take. Follow Tiffany on her hilarious and surprising adventure.
A hot, funny brother's best friend small town rom com... with sugar on top!
She's his best friend's little sister. He's known her all his life. He's practically part of the family. There is nothing either of them could do to surprise the other at this point. Then she showed up in his bedroom in lingerie and asked him to take her V-card.
Okay, that was a surprise.
Aiden is pretty sure Zoe was equally surprised when he told her no.
To say that he didn't handle it well would be a massive understatement. Almost as massive as the amount of work he's going to have to do now to convince her that he wants her. Forever.
Right after he tells her that he's bought the company that's her bakery's biggest competitor.
Maybe if he tells her he's in love with her first, that will help sugarcoat the whole we're-rivals-in-business-now thing.
So, first "I'm in love with you", then "take off your clothes", then "I'm now your business adversary".
Sure. Piece of cake.
Oh no, the undertaker is back, and he's more obnoxious than ever!
When an old man dies in an assisted living center, the undertaker is the first to show up, hoping to get the business. "Easy money!" he declares, but his hopes for an easy funeral are dashed when a psychic insists the old man was murdered.
He starts out doing the right thing- he informs the sheriff's department of the psychic's suspicion that the death might have been a murder. They laugh him out of the office, leaving the poor undertaker to try to solve it himself.
Lucky for him, he has help. There's a retired police chief with a penchant for rap music, a barely competent local doctor, and the undertaker's voluptuous, chain smoking girlfriend. It's a rogue's gallery of characters, and with the help of the local detectives, maybe they'll solve the case together.
Join the ridiculous, hysterical adventure in this latest installment of the Undertaker Series!
Do you feel lost, isolated and alone?
Does modern life leave you feeling left behind in a state of confusion and bewilderment?
If you or someone you know is struggling with the trials and tribulations of modern manhood then Grumpy Old Git is the book for you.
Clearly you are a competent and intelligent person. You can iron the carpet and hoover the clothes as well as the next man, but if you miss the good old days and find yourself yearning for things to be as they once were, join the brotherhood of the bewildered and fight back.
Fight back against the tidal wave of complicated and unnecessary technology. Shun the shackles of tedious health and safety. Stomp on the plight of the flat pack lifestyle and beat into submission the conventional demand to simply sit in a chair and turn slowly beige.
If your daily life is ruined by militant cyclists, pushy salesmen, pointless bureaucratic nonsense and the poor attitudes and ineptness of others, take solace in the fact that you are not ...
After a decade spent in the glare of the Hollywood spotlight as the star of kids' TV show Half Pint Detective, Sofia Salgado has had enough. Desperate to build a life outside showbiz, she quits acting to do something that everyone around her - including her family thinks is plain nuts. Get a real job.
They think she's even crazier when she announces that she's going to become a real detective, instead of playing one on TV. She's convinced the technical consultant from her TV show, Brendan Maloney, to take her on in his detective agency, but can
accident-prone Sofia deal with paparazzi-filled stakeouts, the world's most annoying partner, and real-life murder?