The Maura’s Men Series continues…
Now available on Amazon in Print and eBook!!!!!
After escaping the clutches of the evil Vampiress Maura, three friends struggle with the past in finding a new way of life and love…
Claude is nobody’s hero, yet he finds himself saving yet another damsel in distress. He should have learned his lesson the first time. Cat had been a major thorn in his side but at least he hadn’t been unfortunate enough to be attracted to her. That had been Xander’s problem. Now he had a problem all his own. The charming and intelligent Gretchen threatens everything Claude has come to accept about himself.
Gretchen is not amused by Claude’s advances. His arrogance combined with the skeletons in her closet has Gretchen on the defensive. Dealing with Claude is merely a means to an end; she wants her independence as well as vengeance. If only her body would get on board.
Caught her trying to hide her toys under my desk again
In response to Daily Post: Teen Age Idol
My teen age idol wasn’t a young pop star but an actress. Gabrielle Union first caught my attention with her bit part in 10 Things I Hat About You. She was the token black, a mean girl with only a few short scenes of her being a bitch. Still I remember being excited to see she had a bigger role in the next film I saw her in, Bring It On. I loved how feisty her character was, the Black girl from the inner city standing up for the right to cheer in the big leagues. Officially in love, I hopped on the internet and searched out her entire filmography. Gabrielle Union is one of those actresses who isn’t afraid to take risks, from the overtly sexual man-stealer in Two Can Play That Game to the self hating nutcase in Neo Ned, she’s covered a lot of acting ground. What makes her even more admirable? She stays out of the tabloids, no sex tapes or scandals from this classy lady. That’s why even as an adult I still consider her my idol.