Masamune acaba de graduarse de la universidad, está trabajando y va manejándose como puede. Eso hasta que un día recibe una llamada y descubre que Youko-san, la chica de la que se enamoró en la secundaria, y hacia la que aún guarda un gran resentimiento por abandonarlo luego de la graduación... ha fallecido en un accidente. Junto con esta noticia tan terrible, viene una sorpresa inesperada: tiene nada más y nada menos que una hija de 5 años llamada Koharu. En este primer tomo básicamente vemos cóm
Jag älskar Pettson och Findus! Jag köpte den här till min systerdotter som födelsedagspresent och fick möjlighet att läsa den högt häromdagen. Findus väcker Pettson med sitt eviga studsande om morgnarna och väljer att flytta ut framom att sluta hoppa. Ett gammalt dass blir gjort om till Findus eget hus. Först trivs han jätte-bra och gubben tycker det är tomt hemma hos sig. Sen går det som förvantat. Bilderna är fantastiska - detaljerade och roliga. Vad gäller historien verkar det som om Nordqvis
Thirteen tales of paranormal seduction and romance. I love anthologies because I am introduced to new authors and series I probably would have never read.
I read and reviewed Midnight Seduction - Man Love featuring a few of this anthology's authors: Kastil Eavenshade, Luxie Ryder and Anna Keraleigh, and it was great as well. I will review and rate each story individually. Going Berserk by Alexandra O'Hurley Content: An Alpha Howl (5/5) Heat: Hot! (3/4) Pages: 24 Jakob, shape shifter, thinks "[
When Pigasso met Mootisse, what begins as a neighborly overture escalates into a mess.
Before you can say paint-by-numbers, the two artists become fierce rivals, calling each other names and ultimately building a fence between them. But when the two painters paint opposite sides of the fence that divides them, they unknowingly create a modern art masterpiece, and learn it is their friendship that is the true work of art. Nina Laden's wacky illustrations complement this funny story that non only introduces children to two of the world's most extraordinary modern artists, but teaches a very important lesson‐how to creatively resolve a conflictin a most unusual way.
Dan Rhodes, the sheriff of Blacklin County, Texas, has seen more than his share of strange events during his time in office-most recently he exorcised a ghost from the county jail and he has always tolerated the banter between his elderly jailer and dispatcher. However, not even Hack and Lawton's friendly word play could have prepared him for the group of writers that have descended upon Blacklin County. When Vernell Lindsey, Clearview's newly published romance novelist, decides to hold a romance writer's convention, residents think this will finally get their town on the map. They are even more excited when they learn that former Clearview resident Terry Don Coslin will headline the event-Terry Don is now the most sought after male cover model for these very novels. Rhodes doesn't understand why so many people are interested in writing, but this becomes the least of his concerns when a local aspiring novelist is found dead in her room at the college. Was her death the work of a jealous rival? Or did her new book get a bit too close to certain people's real lives? As he investigates, Rhodes begins to learn more about the publishing industry and some sordid facts Terry Don. Is he at all connected to the murder? When another murder occurs, Rhodes receives the unwelcome aid of two aspiring novelists, eager to switch from romance to mysteries. Their theories are a little too far from the truth, but Rhodes does make some headway on his own. Relying on his trademark common sense and cunning and the help of his deputy sheriff Ruth Grady, Rhodes is able to solve the murders although he still can't figure out why so many people want to write a novel.
This summer has been warmer than usual in Lake Eden, Minnesota, and Hannah Swensen is trying to beat the heat both in and out of her bakery kitchen. But she's about to find out the hard way that nothing cools off a hot summer day like cold-blooded murder. . . It's a hot, muggy evening, and the last thing Hannah wants to do is squeeze into a pair of pantyhose for the Grand Opening of the refurbished Albion Hotel.
But with Hannah's famous Red Velvet cupcakes being served in the hotel's new Red Velvet lounge, she can't bring herself to back out. The party starts off with a bang with the unexpected arrival of Doctor Bev, a Lake Eden legend who left town in shame after she two-timed her fiancé one too many times. Bev's splashy appearance on the arm of a wealthy investor is the talk of the night. But the gossip comes to a screeching halt when a partygoer takes a mysterious dive off the hotel's rooftop garden. The victim is the sheriff's secretary, Barbara Donnelly, and she is barely clinging to life. The question is, did she fall--or was she pushed? As the police investigate, the only one who isn't preoccupied with the case is Doctor Bev. She's too busy trying to stir things up with her old flame Norman, who's reunited with Hannah. Just as Hannah's patience with Bev runs dangerously thin, her rival is found dead at the bottom of Miller's Pond. The only clue the police have is the Red Velvet cupcake Bev ate right before she died--and the tranquilizers someone seems to have baked into it. To everyone's shock, Hannah is now the unlikely target of a murder investigation--and she's feeling the heat in a way she never has before. . .
One woman's journey to the bottom of the bottle-and back again. In this moving, emotionally charged, and unflinching look at alcoholism and its effects, lawyer and prominent National Public Radio writer and commentator Heather King describes her twenty-year-long descent into the depths of addiction with wit and candor. King went from a highly functioning alcoholic who managed to maintain her grip on reality to living in the lowest of dive bars, drinking around the clock and barely sustaining an existence. With help from the most unexpected source, King stopped her self-destructive spiral and changed her world for the better. This is the poignant, painfully honest, and inspirational true story of a woman who looked into the abyss, and was able to step back from the edge and reclaim her life on her own terms.