Follow "the hero of our story" Wendel Gordon-Smith, who sees things differently, through a book that talks about pretty much everything except Wendel Gordon-Smith, the hero of our story who sees things differently.
G. MacGuffin was a traveling circus clown from age 19 for a bit, then a musician on the road and otherwise for a much longer bit. In the early 1990s he wanted to be a writer for a living. But after getting published a few times and paid for it, he went to law school instead.
He uses a pseudonym so as not to mess with his RL SEO. (Also, he was 27 when he wrote this, and a different dude than now.)
They say a Rider in possession of a good blade must be in want of a monster to slay—and Merybourne Manor has plenty of monsters.
Passionate, headstrong Aliza Bentaine knows this all too well; she’s already lost one sister to the invading gryphons. So when Lord Merybourne hires a band of Riders to hunt down the horde, Aliza is relieved her home will soon be safe again.
Her relief is short-lived. With the arrival of the haughty and handsome dragonrider, Alastair Daired, Aliza expects a battle; what she doesn’t expect is a romantic clash of wills, pitting words and wit against the pride of an ancient house. Nor does she anticipate the mystery that follows them from Merybourne Manor, its roots running deep as the foundations of the kingdom itself, where something old and dreadful slumbers . . . something far more sinister than gryphons.
It’s a war Aliza is ill-prepared to wage, on a battlefield she’s never known before: one spanning kingdoms, class lines, and the curious nature of her own heart.
Elle Katharine White infuses elements of Austen’s beloved novel with her own brand of magic, crafting a modern epic fantasy that conjures a familiar yet wondrously unique new world.
Sometimes the end is only the beginning...
After ten years together, Carrie Nolan is devastated when she's dumped by Kevin Mulvey without even a backwards glance! But on reflection, she has sacrificed her own long-term happiness by pandering to his excessive ego in their successful Dublin restaurant (and out of it) – but not anymore!
While Kevin is 'living the dream' with his beautiful new Brazilian girlfriend, Carrie seeks solace from a circle of mismatched strangers who need her as much as she needs them.
Then suddenly a catastrophic sequence of events leads to the unthinkable...
How far do you need to fall before you learn the true value of family and friends? And is it ever too late to start again...
Perfect for fans of Cecilia Ahern, Jodi Picoult and Sheila O'Flannagan.
Praise for What Happened to Us?:
'A heartwarming, emotional read ... Perfect to curl up with on a winter's day' Liz Fenwick.
'This delightful story will satisfy any reader longing for a happy ending to make things right' Judith Keim, bestselling author of The Beach House Hotel series.
'A story that stays with you long after you finish the last page' Rosie Hendry, bestselling author of the East End Angels series.
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