THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL
She's a storm in a D-cup!
Life is great for Jennifer Ryan, good friends, family she actually enjoys seeing, and she's just been made vice president of the hottest advertising agency in New York. But that all changes when she meets the stunningly handsome Joseph and she is plunged into a world of sex, politics, and murder. But not necessarily in that order.
Jennifer and Joseph kiss their way along the corridor. After previously kissing their way up the elevator. And before that kissing their way through a car ride. With Joseph having difficulty keeping his eyes on the road they both thought it was best to divert to whichever of their apartments was closest.
Jennifer fumbles in her handbag for her keys. It's amazing how difficult such a simple task is when someone is nibbling on your neck. After a few failed attempts to get the key in the lock, Jennifer sure hopes Joseph won't have a similar problem later, they don't so much as enter her apartment as fall into it.
Keeping up with their newfound tradition Jennifer and Joseph kiss their way through the darkened lounge until they reach the sofa. Entwined they lay themselves across it, Jennifer's head coming to rest on a cushion.
'That's strange,' Jennifer thinks to herself. Her first non-carnal thought in half an hour. 'That doesn't feel like a cushion.' She reaches back and prods her lumpy headrest. Two lumps to be exact. 'It almost feels like... ' Suddenly Jennifer sits bolt upright, another person is sitting on the couch. She flicks on the side-table lamp.
"Mom!" Jennifer could almost scream. In fact she does. Or was that Joseph?
"Jennifer, I'm glad you finally managed to make it." Sylvia lets her disappointment in Jennifer's tardiness show.
Jennifer's mind is racing a million miles an hour. It's not everyday you come home to find someone sitting in your darkened apartment. "Mom, what are you doing here?"
"Our dinner. We better get going, I'm quite hungry." Sylvia ...
This book is part of The Carly Diaries series
Book 1: Becoming Mum
Book 2: Baby Daze
Book 3: Friday's Child
It's the year 2000, and Carly Swan has given birth to her millennium baby! But how will she cope? Will her Mum and her sister help or hinder her? And what about best friend Bernie, who is on a mission to find herself the perfect new man?
This short book, written in diary form, is a sequel to Carly Swan's Becoming Mum. It'll have you laughing out loud, and get you hooked on tales of Carly and her escapades. Which is good news, because the next instalment is out already!
During Ginger Goodwin's pre-shift safety inspection he discovers that a methane meter has been mysteriously turned off. Ginger Goodman prevents his crew from descending into the mine just minutes before the methane gas explodes leaving him trapped and waiting to be rescued 1,200 feet below Pitville while changing the lives of his childhood sweetheart Christina and their unborn child forever.
From J.C. Patrick, author of A Hollywood Classic
Meet Janey Jones, the fanciful and loveable "Plain Jane" of Los Angeles, who's been living style-less and dateless in one of the most exciting cities of the world. Her best friends - Sasha, Delilah, and Drew - seem to tap dance through life, while Janey lives a miserable existence at The Heston Agency, patiently waiting for her heart's desire Hunter Williams to finally notice her.
As she turns the corner into a new decade, Janey's desperate for an overhaul and thus jumps headfirst into becoming a slimmer, more confident, and very stylish girl. Everything's in play for an upgrade, especially her social calendar. After all, in LA, it's not what you do, it's who you know.
Janey's pursuit of excitement and romance leads her into all sorts of adventures, and she even plays an amateur sleuth along the way. As the new Janey emerges, men everywhere take note - including Hunter Williams and the agency's president Stanford Heston - but all the attention might be more than she bargained for.
Find out if she continues as a "remade" woman, when everyone counts on Janey to be her one true self.
The Reinvention of Janey will have you cheering and smiling until the final page and will speak to anyone who's ever felt like she's been missing out!
Genre: Humor & Satire Length: 219 Pages (583 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 16th, 2019
The Compulsive Chef by Stephen Anthony is a comedic romp that feeds the soul. When David, a star, college athlete, loses his scholarship after a career ending injury he is forced to find his way in the real world. After a series of dead end jobs, he discovers his gift - gourmet cooking. Eventually, he rises through the ranks of the restaurant business and emerges as a world-class chef. In time, he and his older brother Vinnie open a restaurant in a trendy part of Los Angeles but they do so with a few strings attached. The seed money they secure from a prominent Mafia boss comes with one stipulation. They are forced into giving the mob boss's scheming nephew a job. Tensions soon mount and in one tragic moment, David's life changes forever, and he becomes a chef on the run!
SuperHero - Retirementby K. Anderson Yancy(ChicagoWood Media, Wollcott & Sheridan, SonicMovie) Price verified 9 hours ago
Retired SuperHeroes battling their fiercest Arch-Villain... Boredom are called into battle once again for the defense of the galaxy and more when a nearly invincible, invading, extraterrestrial power neutralizes Earth's younger generations of Supers in the prelude to its strike.
Fred Gold, a 62 year old ex-Marine and toilet-seat maker retires to a trailer park in Cypress Lake Florida and rallies the residents of Drowsy Drive to do great things, beginning with getting the potholes on their street fixed. In going around knocking on doors, he and the reader meet a cross section of AARP America. The reader comes to see how Fred, and many of his neighbors, need to sweeten their lives with a little illusion.
This book is part of The Carly Diaries series
Book 1: Becoming Mum
Book 2: Baby Daze
Book 3: Friday's Child
It's now 2001, and Carly, Matt and baby Rose are still going strong! Matt is piling on the pressure though - he wants to get married, and he wants to do it as soon as humanly possible. Will Carly somehow find the time to juggle a baby, a wedding and a job, or will something have to give?
Read the latest installment in the hilarious diaries of Carly Swan, and discover exactly what happens.
When the Easter Bunny finally decides to settle down with a Playboy bunny, his best buds Bigfoot, Santa Claus, and the Tooth Fairy decide to throw him a bachelor party in Vegas. They get a swank hotel suite on the strip and proceed to party like there's no tomorrow. Just before they're about to go hit the clubs and casinos, the four friends decide to try the new cocktail the Tooth Fairy has just concocted. And that's the last thing Bigfoot and Santa remember before they wake up in their demolished hotel room the next morning, covered in their own vomit.
What happens next is a tale of drunken debauchery the likes of which have never before been seen in a fairy tale. As Bigfoot, Santa, and their crack-addicted pal the Tooth Fairy attempt to put together the pieces of what transpired the night before, they're forced to delve into Vegas' seedy underworld. It would appear the Easter Bunny owed some mobsters quite a bit of cash, and during their drunken stupor from the previous evening, Mr. Bunny ended up getting himself kidnapped. Bigfoot, Santa, and the Tooth Fairy (with the help of their good friend, former president Big Bubba) must retrace their steps in order to locate their furry friend and save him from a grisly end. Think The Hangover on crack.
Everyone, except the ones with aerophobia, loves to fly and explore other nations. However, the happiness of going abroad on your employer's funds is unmatched. For that matter, any materialistic pleasures on someone else's money are always amusing in the first place. Who on earth doesn't love freebies?
Indian-ness among Indians is stubborn. You can take a person out of India but you cannot take India out of a person, and same happens when the author finds Indian anecdotes and reminiscences at every other step in the foreign country. The book is a collection of hilarious experiences of a typical IT army going onsite and enjoying their days in Indian attitude.
The book unfolds the British culture and inadvertently compare it with ours. By the way, do you know the easiest way of impressing Brits? The gimmick is for their any statement, sensible or otherwise, and your response should not alter. It should always be the book title- that makes sense. Follow this and experience the magic yourself.
Welcome to That Makes Sense, a bundle of joy furnished with satirical, thoughtful and whimsical plots served with a pinch of exaggeration covered with dark humour.
About the author:
Sandeep is a proud alumnus of IIT Bombay. Being an IITian, he is obliged to write something, and coincidently he likes to write. Besides writing, he loves to dance when no one is shooting, do stand-up comedy when everyone promised for laughing and travel abroad when someone else is paying. He is a keen observer, and that reflects in his writing.
Currently, he lives in Pune and works in a software company for a living. Previously, he worked in Gurgaon, Mumbai, Bangalore and of course London.
Sandeep is a morning tea person. He makes beautiful tea daily exclusively for himself and drinks it too!
From the outside, a neurotic character is interesting to observe. But in this collection, you will be rudely thrown into the inside of the minds of characters who don't have everything together. In these thirteen stories, you'll get to experience the ups and downs of thirteen different situations from an unstable perspective. From agonizing over one-word messages to engaging in irresponsible gambling adventures, from tenuous relationships with sports teams to volatile relationships with the opposite sex, you'll not only get a glimpse into the unique thought process of a neurotic person, but you'll also get to see how combining neuroses with serious flaws produces a result that is both fascinating and terrible.
'Calling All Shoe Addicts', said the advertisement that triggered a response in four very different women, each at a difficult time of her life.
Niamh, at 23, the mother of a five-year-old and twin girls aged four, is desperate to have a home of her own. She longs to escape the house of her vicious mother-in-law but her charming, irresponsible husband and the mountain of debts they have makes this seem ever more unlikely.
Amber, former air stewardess whose husband Dermot left her for a younger woman, has lost all her confidence and is drowning her sorrows with alcohol.
Tessa, beautiful former model, paid the price for living life in the fast lane when she almost died from a heart attack. Her reliable friend, George, persuaded her to come and live with him in Ireland. She now realises that she's made a dreadful mistake.
Rosie, recently widowed, can't come to terms with the loss of the man she loved so much. Life without him doesn't seem worth living.
All of them, needing a way out, find it with the Italian designer shoe company, 'If The Shoes Fit'. This leads them to a new career, great friendships and a life-changing experience.