Joyce Preston had survived tragedies that would destroy the psyche of many people. She witnessed the assassination of a family friend, and then, under protective custody, she was almost killed by the same agent whose job it was to protect her. Now, she has learned to fend for herself, ad trust no one, because the last time she trusted someone, it almost cost her too dearly.
When her boss sends her on a spy mission to Barbados to bust a drug shipment, she is joined by a partner, Phoenix Kay, who has a reputation of a playboy among the female spies in the organization. Together, they need to find out the location of the drug shipments.
What they stumble upon, will shock them. Why are there zombies working the fields? And who can be trusted? Is her new partner worthy of her trust or will he betray her just like everyone else? Can Joyce ever escape her past and the Russian mafia? Read this exciting spy story and find out for yourself.
The Fairy Princess is a group of many stories
Break The Walls
Lipgloss & Black
Joyce Preston’s life is perfect. She has a loving family and a the job of a future naval reservist. But, it all changes in a flash, when she witnesses a family friend being murdered in St. Petersburg.
Now, not only is the government involved, but there is also a secret spy organization, whose job it is to protect Joyce and keep her safe, but also whose members are being whacked one by one by a mysterious killer.
After she joins the spy organization’s training program, she realizes that she’s a natural and asks to join the reluctant Agent Wolf in tracking down the killer.
Will they track down the killer before another agent dies? Find out in this gripping story of murder and betrayal.
Scarlet is a fairy, but that doesn’t mean that Scarlet has had a fairy tale life. Not that she didn’t want it. She did want her very own happily-ever-after, but it turned out that her no good treacherous vampire boyfriend left her to bleed out, after she was bitten by one of his clansmen, and disappeared without a trace. Now, after she had managed to survive and learn to live with necromancy, her newfound gift, Dommik is back, and he needs her help.
Scarlet is torn. It’s obvious that he is in grave danger, but she doesn’t know what to do. He hurt her badly, and she isn’t sure if she can ever forgive him. However, seeing what a close brush with death he has had, she decides to help him.
Now, the question remains: are the two of them strong enough to defeat one of the most powerful demons in the history of the world? And, will they be able to overcome the pain and suffering they had caused each other?
Of all the characters in the entire Arthurian saga, the voice of the Lady of the Lake has been the most silent one… until now. Who was this mysterious persona, responsible for bestowing upon King Arthur the legendary sword Excalibur, and what was her life story? This fictitious version of the legend unearths a beautiful and deeply wounded soul, who needs to be strong, as the fate of many rests upon her fragile shoulders.
As she joins forces with Merlin to save Guinevere from the evil clutches of Morgan Le Fay, it becomes apparent that Nimue, also known as the Lady of the Lake is a complex persona much neglected by the story of King Arthur. Well, we are here to rectify the situation, and reveal to you a mesmerizing water nymph and her pure heart, which will end up saving not only King Arthur, but the throne of Britain itself.
Logan Cane has it all: good looks, money, power. And yet, what he wants is much more humble and unpretentious than that: the simple life. Too bad for him, as this seems to be something he might never have. Trouble awaits him at every corner, and no matter how much he tries to avoid it, it always finds him.
After he saves a girl from a burning house, he will realize that she slipped him something: a key. But to what, he has no idea, and naturally, he will try to find out. As he does so, he will get entangled in a murder mystery where every suspect has both a motive and an opportunity. His gut will lead him down a dangerous path, but will he choose the right person to believe or will he eventually find out that he’s in too deep? And will he be able to escape with his bare life? “
Lance Dawson is your typical good guy. He pays his taxes. He always tips the waiters. He does his fire fighting job well. He doesn’t have a care in the world. But then, his life drastically changes one night. During a car accident, he makes the wrong choice and it ends up costing someone their life. How can someone, with a clear idea of right and wrong, continue living afterwards? Lance decides to take it one day at a time, as nothing really seems to be helping.
One evening, as he’s driving through Philadelphia, he stumbles across a woman who will change his life forever. Involved with a drug gang, she needs him to be her savior, and Lance is all too eager to play the part. But, when they meet some time later, everything is changed, and they fall madly in love. However, not all is perfect, as she is in possession of a secret that could tear them apart forever.
As Lance is trying to figure her out, and solve his own problems in the meantime, it seems that her dark past is always breathing down their necks. Will they be able to escape it, and will they teach each other, through the redeeming power of love, how to forgive?
“In every story, there is a bad guy. The one born to be despised and shunned, the antithesis to the protagonist. We wonder so little about who they are, and yet, they deserve so much more of our attention. In the Arthurian saga, Morgan le Fay is one of those characters who are there behind almost every scene, often unseen and unheard of, but they are there nonetheless. She plots against Arthur and Guinevere, she tries to kill Merlin, she is obsessed with obtaining the throne of Britain.
What is her motivation? What is hidden deep down inside of her heart? Is she truly this one-dimensional wicked character who plots and sacrifices the innocent without remorse, or is there more to her?
If you’ve grown tired of reading about the good guys and how they always save the world, then this is the right book for you. For, the bad guys are human, too. They need our understanding, our compassion, our sympathy. If nothing else, they deserve to have their stories heard. This one belongs to Morgan le Fay. “
As children, we know exactly who monsters are. They hide in the dark corners of our room, waiting for the lights to die out. They are scary, shapeless, nameless and frightening. But, what happens when we encounter monsters in real life? And worst of all, what if we cannot tell them apart from everyone else… what then?
This is the story of Matamoros Murders, where monsters in human shape exacted their will upon the lives of other innocent people who just had the misfortune of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Not only were they murdered, but tortured and even had their bodies desecrated after death, all for the purposes of procuring protection of certain drug rings.
How do we treat the perpetrators? What kind of a punishment do they deserve? How do we even look them in the eye? Perhaps this book will shed some light on these questions and a few others as you delve into the mind of a deluded cult-crazed maniac, nicknamed El Padrino and his right hand woman La Madrina, as they feed their dark passions with human sacrifices.
Any guy who’s ever been friend-zoned, knows what it feels like. But, for Buck McCoy, it has unfortunately become a way of life. Girl after girl keeps rejecting him, telling him that he’s a nice guy and all, but that it simply wouldn’t work out. It’s not him, it’s her. The timing is just not right. There’s someone else. There’s no one else, but it just wouldn’t work out. He’s heard all those excuses too many times before.
On January 15, 2009 the world watched a jetliner make a landing on the Hudson River. Paul Kale watched a fat, drunken man on a water taxi attempt to assault a woman. He intervened and made the poor fellow drink some Hudson River. Kale passed along his information to the woman after the man fell overboard. He was lucky enough to spend some time with June Leston following that incident and wished he had more time to give her.
Petty Officer Kale was a member of the NJ Naval Militia-Joint Command and had been petitioning for months to be placed on active duty with Federal troops which hadn’t been done in over one hundred years. He felt compelled to serve his country and had done everything he could to get deployed. Shortly after he was given the go ahead he met June and had no choice but to continue their relationship with only letters.
Ten months into his deployment Kale was reminiscing about a letter from June when he ran afoul of an attempted terrorist attack on his installation. After heeding June’s written advice he ends up in a shootout with hostile forces, but with assistance from both Airman and Marines he is able to neutralize the hostile forces.
Kale invites June to his unit’s annual banquet up on his return, but before she arrives she notices a truck with decals similar to the one that attacked Kale overseas. She manages to use her guile to overpower the truck and the driver. After reporting the truck to Homeland Security she continues to the banquet.
Kale takes a stroll through the unit banquet and finally runs into June. She was the picture of beauty even after thwarting a terrorist attack. After nearly a year apart they very quickly fall into each other’s arms and lives.
What happens when a large group of people tends to agree with whatever the majority says, simply to conform? And, is conforming always a good thing? As it would turn out, not really. What happens in these circumstances is a psychological phenomenon named groupthink. It can appear in any kind of a group or community, and this book focuses on groupthink in organized religion.
When it comes to groupthink in such surroundings, it mostly has a negative connotation. In other words, groupthink has been the cause of some of the most horrific crimes organized religion has conducted to this day. This book offers numerous examples, starting as far back as the Salem Witch Trials and the suppression of knowledge in the cases of Nicolaus Copernicus, Galieo Galilei and Giordano Bruno, and ending with the cult killings of Jim Jones, Adolfo Constanzo and David Koresh.
So, what are the causes of groupthink in organized religion? How does it appear? And why? Most importantly, how can we avoid it, if if we see it appear? You can find the answers to all these questions and so much more right here.
“Have you ever asked yourself what if the Arthurian legend was rewritten, adding more drama, more suspense, more action, and just a little bit of fairy dust? Well, you don’t have to wonder any longer. Dive into the story of King Arthur and his Queen Guinevere, who now possesses a secret that no one knows about.
As the queen, she was always supposed to be the model of what’s good and righteous, a feminine ideal for all women to strive for. But, what happens when this distinction between right and wrong is blurred, due to the meddling of magic, and not even the likes of Merlin can quite figure out what is going on?
So, while Britain yearns for a king to unite her once again, Arthur, Lancelot and Guinevere face their own demons, as Merlin tries to find the person responsible for the impending downfall of their beloved king and queen.”
Looking at Henry, you probably wouldn’t consider him the type to settle down with one woman, or faerie in this case. However, after being with Maize, the Light faerie of his dreams, for nearly two years, he is ready to make a life-long vow. But, when a Dark faerie, Wood faerie, and faerie harem complicate their lives, will their love survive?
The Profits from this Book Will Go to a memorial for Cuzin Elmer (and others) most of the rest of my books have been dropped to their lowest prices as well and they will stay that way until the end of June 2017 (I have heard that some authors destroy their first manuscripts; which I should have done with Dates From Hell and We can make her Better than she was. I kept those books at a high price to keep the faint of heart away.)
Jada Copperhorn is an extraordinary woman, by any account. Mostly, because she is not a woman at all. She is a fairy – the last remnant of an ancient and once very powerful Phoenix Fairy Order. As a result, Jada is in possession of a secret that was bestowed upon her by her order, a secret worth killing for.
When life throws more danger her way, and her once adored but now scorned ex lover, Raelos, keeps tailing her wherever she goes, she finds herself in need of protection, so she accepts the invitation of the Graiphate Fairy Order, which was once at war with her own. She starts questioning everything: her secret, her choices, her heart, her own way of life.
Will Jada manage to keep her secret intact? More importantly, will she remain alive in the process? And will her heart be able to forgive the betrayal that left her heartbroken and unable to trust anyone ever since?
Samantha needs to convince her employers she’s the woman for a man’s job. She needs to be alert and at her best to prove herself in a new workplace, which would be easier if she was not the nightly prey of such an insatiable sexual appetite. Her husband is a sex addict. They have an understanding; it involves submissiveness and a safe word. It is a safe word she might just need to use if she is to stay awake and oversee one of the biggest construction sites in Oregon’s history. But then, if she gives in and leaves her guy wanting, he might just go wandering, which is the precariousness of being wed to such a rampant boiling pot of lust and desire. Can she keep it together until the end of the week and the project is well underway? It might be possible with a bit more sleep, despite the workforce whispering doubts and misgivings behind her back. Despite the stares and the jokes about her figure when her back is turned and they think she can’t hear. Samantha has been under such pressure before, but why does that new associate director keep looking at her strangely? He seems so affable he might just prove an ally, but there are so many pitfalls for a woman in a man’s world and its always so hard to judge where the next challenge is coming from.
I certainly am not the first sailor to get a,”Dear John” letter. In an attempt to re-impress my former Paramore I wrote a story where a character based on her was the heroine; in a tale with a sci-fi ending. In 2006 I knew that she would be in one place for four months. I wrote the book, got it published and sent to her in 3 months. Unfortunately, for me, she got out a month early.
Elunore, the goody-two-shoes Eco Warrior decides to attack the biggest polluter in the country, and she is shocked to find out that her sister is on their paylist. Amber seems to have metaphorically traded her fairy wings for cold, hard cash, and Elunore simply cannot understand how it came to this point.
But as always, truth is stranger than fiction, and Elunore will find out that not everything is black and white, and her sister is not as bad as it would appear initially. There is much more than meets the eye. Mysteries need to be uncovered and secret identities need to be revealed. But, the two sisters need each other’s help in order to do this.
The key to writing a book really is to just write the damn thing: the first is always the toughest. This certainly is not the best book on the craft of writing. It does however talk about methods that have worked for me.