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‘Takeover’ by D.J.Manly
DJ Manly looks at the sin of greed in ‘Takeover’.
Clive is sent to take over Frost Trucking…Seth intends to protect his grandfather from corporate greed…and desire has plans of its own.
Corporate greed is in abundance in today’s economy, and Seth Frost is about to come face to face with it in the person of Clive Roberts.
Clive Roberts comes to Port Credit as a representative of a large trucking corporation—there to take over Frost Trucking, a company on the verge of bankruptcy. Seth Frost had taken time off from his job in the city to visit his grandfather in the hospital. He resents the fact that Roberts is there in Port Credit like a circling piranha, watching his ailing grandfather…just biding his time till he’s able to take over a company his grandfather built from scratch.
But there’s more to Roberts than meets the eye. In spite of his reason for being there, Seth feels a little off balance when he looks into his eyes. Forced to work together to get the best deal for Seth’s grandfather, the attraction between the two men grows. Clive may well be there to take over the trucking company, but can Seth stop Clive from also taking over his heart?
‘The Kaupe’ by A.J.Llewellyn
A.J. Llewellyn tackles the sin of pride in ‘The Kaupe’.
Dino Perez is a super-hot Hollywood makeup artist who is used to dating the most gorgeous men in town. When he meets the dynamic and sexy—but not very handsome—art dealer Alek Briatore, pride stops him from accepting him as a suitor.
Alek, not one to be easily discouraged, pursues Dino, following him and his three friends on their vacation in Honolulu. Then, while on a hike in a remote, mountainous bamboo forest, Dina is seduced by a wicked-handsome suitor, leaving him feeling faintly slutty. Their scorching sexual encounter is one he can never forget.
He doesn’t tell his friends what happened, particularly since Alek has become a well-liked part of their group. Obsessed with his mountain man, Dino sneaks back to the forest, hoping for another wild encounter. He gets it…in more ways than one. He discovers his lusty forest friend is a supernatural being —a kaupe—and soon learns that pride makes even the smartest man make extremely foolish choices…
‘Spring Discovery’ by Serena Yates
Serena Yates examines the sin of envy in ‘Spring Discovery’.
Shawn Adens is out for blood—an ex-tabloid journalist with a new mission to unveil the dark and illegal machinations of powerful bankers and businesspeople. His new career with the Philadelphia Herald depends on finding a scandal! When he discovers that the man who used to be his best friend still lives a life of privilege, envy fuels his determination to expose every sordid detail.
Gerald VanBrunt, CEO of one of his family’s companies, is delighted that Shawn is back in his life. They had lost contact when Shawn’s father risked and destroyed the Aden family fortune. For Gerald, none of that is important and he welcomes Shawn back into his life with open arms—quite literally.But the deception cannot last. Circumstances and a mysterious enemy reveal Shawn’s underhanded plot. What will Gerald do when he discovers their renewed relationship is only a ruse?