From USA Today bestselling author Jeana E. Mann comes this unconventional spicy story of star-crossed lovers who love to hate each other and their paths to redemption.
Gorgeous. Ruthless. Filthy rich.
My ex-husband Sam wasn’t always that way. In the beginning, he was just the son of my mom’s boss—strictly off-limits for a trailer park girl like me. I loved him beyond reason from the moment we met. We were way too young to get married, but we did it anyway. Despite his angry, billionaire dad. Despite the lies. Despite the deceptions. That crazy teenaged love drove me to do a terrible thing. I saved Sam from ruin but broke my heart in the process.
Ten years later, my workday starts with a corporate takeover. My new boss? Yep, you guessed it. That gorgeous, ruthless, filthy rich ex-husband is bound and determined to dismantle my company. Piece by piece. Job by job. He’s bent on revenge for my betrayal.
The problem? We can’t keep our hands off each other. He thinks he can break me. I think he’s about to learn a lesson.
This is an angsty, enemies-to-lovers, office romance with all the feels and lots of angst.
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They wanted her to be the wife of an emperor; she wanted to be the mistress of a barbarian.
Amazon UK and US Best Selling Historical Fiction
Being a wealthy noble can sometimes feel like slavery. Especially when your power-hungry mother plans to sell you off to a vile and decadent new emperor as his unwilling bride. So Anniana, the sheltered patrician, must give up her life of privilege to become Lara, the liberti. She must leave everything she has ever known behind, journey to Pompeii with a violent Norse giant as her only protector, and start a whole new life. But when Pompeii is destroyed and Salvia, her mother, sends assassins to track her down, it becomes a chase across the breadth of the Roman Empire to escape her fate.
Vali has every reason to hate Salvia, who used him as a sex-slave years before. Now he must keep her daughter safe, not only from hired killers and the many dangers of the journey, but from the biggest threat of all: Himself. Because a broken barbarian is no fitting mate for an innocent noble of Imperial Rome.
Ninia is sent to find her mistress. Her only desire is to save her dearest friend from the cruel Norseman. But when she’s ship-wrecked with Braxus, ex-gladiator and pirate, she unexpectedly discovers a chance for real happiness for herself. The only problem: The man she’s starting to love is in league with Salvia.
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A fairytale transformation in the real world.
We all aspire to live a life of happiness, success, and self-fulfillment, but sometimes the path from wanting to achieving our dreams is blocked by fear, causing difficulty and problems.
For more than 30 years, Orit Atias worked as a counselor, guided parents, coaches, and managers, and developed professional teams in big institutions and organizations, to allow them to realize their hidden potential and achieve success.
In her book, The Cinderella Effect, she provides the reader with a new outlook on how we can overcome difficulty and crisis and identify the secret to self-realization in all areas of life. The book details seven main processes comparable with the know story of Cinderella, and the stages of her transformation from maid to queen.
This book provides theoretical background for the many obstacles we face in life and the human ability to get past them. In this book, you will find practical tools and exercises to allow each and every person significant personal growth, and you will be exposed to true stories from within the clinic.
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The Followers: “Holy Hell” and the Disciples of Narcissistic Leaders: How My Years in a Notorious Cult Parallel Today’s Cultural Mania
Winner of the 2021 PenCraft Book Award, 1st Place, Non Fiction – Autobiography
Radhia’s personal story and comprehensive knowledge along with her authentic, and unfiltered humorous style presents a compelling portrayal of both the political and cultural dynamics of group-think and mind control.
After twenty-five years of her adult life in a cult, under the influence of a narcissistic sociopath she sought to understand why she made the choices she made in her life, so she could better understand why others make their choices. The Holocaust or any genocide instigated by a narcissistic authority does not happen because of one man. It is the collective consciousness of their followers that supports and enacts those atrocities. Like Moonies under Sun Myung Moon, Germans under the influence of Hitler, or the Branch Davidians under David Koresh, a percentage of America has fallen into a cult of personality. Radhia set out on a journey to explore common traits that every human being possesses.
She makes the strong parallels between her devotion to a cult leader—an authority—whose damaging behavior and influence she willfully ignored, and the followers of other authoritarian leaders. This is not about policy or political ideology or even the guru or our political leaders, as much as it is about the followers from the viewpoint of a follower.
“Written from the perspective of an insider, this compelling personal story, told with both brutal honesty, and raw humor draws us into the mindset of cult followers. It shines a light on how easily intelligent questing people can find themselves unwittingly following a cult leader. As much a personal story as a probing exploration of the mental and emotional states of cult leaders and followers, this fascinating book is hard to put down.” – Lorell Frysh PhD.
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Her car careens off the road leaving her battered, bruised and beaten. It is then that she meets the woman who will change her life.
Alexis Parker is a woman in control. Her business is thriving, her friends are by her side and the daughter she refused to abandon is the happiest little girl in the world. When the bloodied and broken Bridgette Connor collapses at her door, Alexis does the one thing she’s always done best.
Last Things is a story of two women, the story of how they are different and how they are the same. It is a story of love, a story of loss, and above all, a story of friendship.