Rest in Peace Rue. This is one of my favorite Golden Girls clips
R.I.P. Ms. Horne. Gone but not forgotten.
Have you really wanted to see a movie but never got around to it for various reasons and finally when you find the time to sit down and watch it you get the disappointment of your life? That’s how I felt about Inglorious Basterds. This movie sucked ass. How the hell are you going to name a movie after a group of men who are barely in the movie.
Genre: Multicultural Erotic Contemporary
Length: Novel Plus
The advertising business can be brutal…
But Lydia was the perfect woman to tackle any challenge thrown her way. Having overcome a painful past, she’s determined to make a life for herself on her own terms. Her plan to stay focused on her career and lead a life without the taint of love hits a snag in the form of her equally determined and very sexy boss, Ryder.
Success takes perseverance…
And Ryder has the drive to make his goals a reality. Having built his advertising firm with nothing but his hard work and fortitude, he’s used to getting what he wants. And he wants Lydia. Using the same principles in his business strategy to win her, he fails miserably. Frustrated by Lydia’s steadfast refusal to acknowledge the scorching attraction between them, he devises a plan to get her alone: a weeklong business trip on a tropical island resort where the days are hot and the nights are downright steamy.
Ryder knows it will take more than flowers and candy to win Lydia–heart, body, and soul. She’ll need a little push, a dose of persuasion, with a pinch of heady seduction. In matters of love and business, sometimes a hostile takeover isn’t as bad as it sounds.
Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Dubious consent.
“I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.”
A self-proclaimed pushover, Julie Bennett has been the office Candy Girl, providing scrumptious treats for her co-workers and being thoroughly taken advantage of. A devastating betrayal sets her on a course of shedding her pushover image and into the arms of her hunky boss.
Gabriel Carland has secretly lusted after Julie Bennett since he’d first laid eyes on her. The problem? She barely knows he’s alive. Used to keeping his feelings in check, he sees his opportunity to be there for her after an emotional meltdown. One thing leads to another and finally gets her where he wants her. In his arms and in his bed. But one taste of her sweetness isn’t enough.
But Julie will have to get over old insecurities and give herself completely to the passion Gabe inspires within her and become his Candy Girl…
That I’m really terrible at this blogging thing. My last three posts were about the death of celebrities. Is that morbid or what? I’ll try to do better. Honest.
You’ll be missed. Nobody puts Patrick in the corner.
Words can’t describe how much this man’s music has meant to me and still means to me. I have never cried over a celebrity death before but I sit here listening to his music on ITUNES and I’m devastated. Toward the end of his career he had a tortured life. Here’s hoping he finds that peace he sought. You’ll be missed Mike.