Below are books I have read by other authors that I highly recommend. To purchase the book, just click on the title.
Bertram, the epitome of the antiquated British patriot, takes a much needed holiday from his demanding job as a bumbling Intelligence Analyst at The Ministry. He flies to Amsterdam to meet up with Gertrude, after a separation of twenty five years. She is the woman he should have married all those years ago and is still the love of his life.
Will they get on after all this time? Will she want his body? What would she do with it? Could she still be that naughty? Why is he asking you?...
As fate would have it, they get seconded into the Dutch Secret Service to help fight a dastardly gang of Chinese, criminal, drugs blighters.
Whilst our two heroes go about their investigations, Bertram is horrified to learn that the wicked gang have kidnapped Gertrude!
Tormented, Bertram has to get her back - whatever the cost!
Why? Because Bertram has finally realised that life without Gertrude is like a pencil with a broken tip – pointless.
Observing 'Moscow Rules' and with the help of a bunch of friendly Scouse chums and a bee hive, Bertram extracts his terrible revenge in a heart-pounding climax!
This book's got it all. Humour, romance, intrigue, hot erotic rumpy-pumpy, heart rending thrills, plenty of home-rolled, carrot-shaped, pure weed, spliff-cigarette-reefer-joint-marijuana-roach-type doobies and not forgetting the all essential take-away food.
You will laugh... You will cry... but you won't want to put your Kindle down until you've finished reading Bertram & Gertrude's Steamy Amsterdam Weekend!
...Also, the author's wife says it's a Thumping Good Read! So download it now while stocks last!
Romilly Winter is no ordinary heroine, just a reluctant one. She has a gift. She can see the future. But can she see far enough? The world in which she lives is under attack – the dead are rising, and evil follows her at every turn. Will she be able to save herself – and the world?” From the Diary of Romilly Winter, October 14th. "I’ve had two years to prepare for this. In that time, I have never told a soul. Of course, my Nan knew. She’d bequeathed me the mirror, after all. Now, maybe tonight, tomorrow, in a few days, the event that I don’t want to happen with all my heart, will come to pass. I’m not ready. I know I’m not ready, and yet, it will happen nonetheless. Nan had this thing in her possession for nearly seventy years. She had told me I simply had to be at Rosewinter, prior to my sixteenth birthday no matter what objections my parents raised. She said I was ‘special’, and was the only one equipped to deal with what was coming. The problem is, I don’t feel special, I just feel…different, and in all probability, that isn't going to be good enough. In just two days time, I will be sixteen years old, and if anything my Nan said is remotely true, I will be lucky to survive that long…." AUTHOR NOTES: Not for the very youngest of readers.
'If you have your health, but you don't have your wealth - then you have less nothing.' asserted Edward Noble.
First, utterly bankrupt in spiritual terms, the amoral Edward Noble is then utterly bankrupted financially.
For a man who dismissed most people as losers, he is now humiliated in every sense as he becomes 'a big league player for the Loserville Losers'. His misadventures soon lead to Skid Row, as he is cuckolded, ripped off and rejected in a perverse about-turn of Fate.
But if Edward can only learn humility, Serendipity, sweet Serendipity is calling to him. She offers him opportunities that he had never dreamt were possible.
Walls is the breakout new psychological suspense novel from author Alex Jones, and is the first of three psychological thrillers making up The Identity Trilogy. Jones’ insight into the inner conflicts and erotic fantasies of his four main characters opens our eyes to the tragic world of trauma and abuse, its frightening effects on the human mind, and the resiliency and spirit of those who manage to survive.
Psychologist Dan Whitney and his wife Michelle, an emergency room nurse, live an otherwise unspectacular life in suburban Detroit. To help inject some new life back into their marriage, they decide upon a somewhat unconventional resort hotel in Palm Springs as the setting for their romantic getaway. But their plan starts to unravel slowly, almost as soon as they arrive, when they are presented with a series of unexpected roadblocks. All seems lost when mechanical problems suddenly cause their hotel room to be unavailable. Luckily, their vacation is saved at the last minute by Philippe Morel, the hotel’s wealthy and personable owner, who invites them to spend the rest of their vacation at the opulent estate he shares with his enigmatic wife, Francesca.
Dan’s initial relief is short-lived and he becomes increasingly suspicious of Philippe’s motives. Too late, he realizes that Philippe has been playing him against Michelle in a sinister plan to meet his own sadistic needs: a plan that creates not only an immense rift in Dan’s marriage, but puts their lives in peril. Will Dan be able to find a way to rescue his marriage to Michelle? Will they be able to find a way to work together to survive Philippe’s manipulation, and break free from his seductive web of blackmail and deceit? More importantly, will they be able to find a way to escape with their lives?
Walls is the story of Dan Whitney’s inner struggle between his personal and professional values, his loyalty to his wife, and his most basic human drives. It is an erotic story of Dominance, Submission, and survival, combining a complex plot and characters like The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and the Millennium Trilogy, but with the sexual energy of Fifty Shades of Grey.