Francesca is in her senior year, life was pretty much alright until she gets accidentally pulled in a time portal & finds herself entangled in a whirlwind of revenge, betrayal mysteries and romance. Circumstances force her into becoming a demon slayer by joining forces with a hauntingly charming stranger who has dark secrets of his own. Join her as she battles demons and finds love in this time-travelling fantasy
it's a story about a 19 years old girl, Kira, who is nobody for everyone. She is orphan, fragile, alone, friendless, hopeless. her life takes a straight 360 degree turn when she meet Ryder, handsome charming and devilish bad boy of the university and his friends. they try to save her, protect her and try to fill hope in life in her. Ryder and Kira feel the connection between them but none of them know that both belongs to same world of darkness......
“What? Hell, no! I am not going to marry that self-proclaim genius and too narcissist!!! I rather die!" “Accept it or not. We have nothing to do because that is what they want." “Seriously, Yuki? Are you insane?" “I am damn serious, Kyoko." This story was based on the two first geniuses of the country and generation. Their eminent disseminated across the whole world as one of the highest and outstanding genius of the 21st century and above all living things including Albert Einstein himself, the person who was holding the title and the peoples the favorite genius of his time because of the incredible IQ he possessed. Nevertheless, the new titleholders avowed as they've proven their power that no one will reach, their names are YUKI VENN L. FRANCISCO and YAMASHITA KYOKO who are well-known as THE TWIN STAR because of the flying colors, twinkling and towering achievements they have above the sky. DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.
Mal had to grow up with an abusive parent that kicks her out and she has to fend for herself.In that time she meets a gangster who she runs into at a bar she went to and they learn to love each other for who they change each other.
Daisy Middlemist is an 18-year-old heiress that belongs to the high society, she is a member of one of the wealthiest families in Frank Ville City. Despite all the glory and status advantage, she's suffering a monthly memory loss that happens during the 25th day of the month. Her memory issue was caused by a mysterious accident that happened 8 years ago, exactly on the 25th day of August. Living as a girl who basically has a single routine of forgetting everything every month, Daisy spent her time updating her diary every day so that she will have something to read and remind her what she’s feeling, doing, and acting every single day. But then, her life took a sharp turn after her childhood friend, Eric Anderson, came back from abroad as someone with a harsh and cold personality that lives up to his name as a bad boy. Besides that, Calvin Strauss, a transferee and a gangster who can literally match Eric's offensive side, suddenly appeared in her life. Now she was stuck with them. However, their appearance opened up a way for Daisy's unsolved accident to resurface once again. The three of them started to look for answers, trying to solve the mystery and find out what happened to Daisy on that ominous day, 8 years ago. By doing this, this trio inadvertently joined a ride filled with ups and downs: letting them experience the bitterness of constant bickering and hating each other, the sourness of unpredictable mood changes whenever they're altogether, the sweetness of love and affection, and the bitter-sweetness of avenging herself; plus the thrill of being in a love maze. With Daisy being a sassy and unpredictable person, Eric being a bad boy but with a soft side, and Calvin being a bully but a softie, can they really team up for the same reason? What if something more..something like 'LOVE' includes itself in the mystery chase? And because of that, Daisy's plain monochromatic life became filled with red: representing both love and lust for revenge. Can they really put an end to Daisy's continuous monthly restart?
Alec Holloway is an 18 year old, werewolf boy who walks around with an air of confidence and regality that would make anyone believe, one day he will be Alpha. There is just one problem, Alec is the youngest of the Alpha’s three sons and will inherit nothing. However, this does not bother Alec because he has found his mate, Jasmine Goldenrod, the beautiful coven Elder’s daughter. Since they were 10 years old they have been together, and now that he is of age, he is finally ready to make the little witch his bride. Yet, when Jasmine rejects him, Alec becomes so broken he is haunted by nightmares of his death. For when a wolf's mate rejects them the chances of them surviving another full moon are slim and Alec is sure his death is imminent. To make matters worse Aesir, Alec’s wolf, is not taking the rejection well at all, and has turned into a blood thirsty killer with an easily triggered temper. Alec is at a loss and has no idea how he is suppose to live without his mate. But was she really his mate? Soon that question consumes him and forces Alec to journey into a world full of demons, rogues, witch craft, and most importantly fated mates. (Warning: 1*+) TRIGGER WARNING: (Violence, Gore, And Mature Content)
Aurora’s reign as Queen is slowly, but surely coming to an end, her health deteriorating and her death fast-approaching. But of course, a Queen cannot leave her Kingdom without naming an heir. And who could be better suited for the title, than an Alpha who reminds her so much of Ryder, that it could actually be him? But of course, Alpha Marcel shares more than just a few of Ryders characteristics. His hunger for power is just as self consuming. Aurora recognizes this, and so does the Moon Goddess, who has decided to intervene. And what better than to give Marcel a human mate, who he believes is to be the air to the throne? Sequel to Untamed. Can be read as a stand-alone.
“Everyone has there own demons" He’s given into the beast inside surrendering himself to it. His wolf craves the blood, the screams of his victims, the control he has. When he finds Mia she brings a light into his darkness. Innocents he once held himself. "It wont be this world that kills her Greyson, it will be loving you." Mia is human and letting her into his world will only destroy her. When Mia's life is put at risk will he be able to save her or will he be the one she needs saving from. Two broken soles are matted one human and one a creature slaved to the beast inside of him. Can two broken soles mend together or will they only shatter each other further to the point where nothing can save them?
One night of a rogue werewolf attack in a human family changed everything for Rossetta. Orphaned she is brought to the pack of Shannon's Ridge, the largest werewolf pack in the world under the protection of Callum, the Alpha. Despite several problems, Rossetta grows up in the pack until one night a rescued boy is brought back into the pack. Without knowing she feels a strange connection with the boy named Ink and wants to be near him. Her best friend, Macbeth has her back. And when she is thrown out of the pack for not listening to the Alpha's commands, her adoptive mother, and Macbeth leave along with her. To the Fallon lands where she will find the reason that destiny had brought her there. A sixteen year old human girl, with the soul of a wolf will finally come face to face with her destiny in the form of the rogue wolf she had been dreading for the past twelve years. But she is not alone this time. She has all her mates....and all it takes is one deadly bite.
Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray. A deliciously satirical attack on a money-mad society, Vanity Fair, which first appeared in 1847, is an immensely moral novel, and an immensely witty one. Called in its subtitle “A Novel Without a Hero,” Vanity Fair has instead two heroines: the faithful, loyal Amelia Sedley and the beautiful and scheming social climber Becky Sharp. It also engages a huge cast of wonderful supporting characters as the novel spins from Miss Pinkerton’s academy for young ladies to affairs of love and war on the Continent to liaisons in the dazzling ballrooms of London. Thackeray’s forte is the bon mot and it is amply exercised in a novel filled with memorably wicked lines. Lengthy and leisurely in pace, the novel follows the adventures of Becky and Amelia as their fortunes rise and fall, creating a tale of both picaresque and risqué. Thackery mercilessly skewers his society, especially the upper class, poking fun at their shallow values and pointedly jabbing at their hypocritical “morals.” His weapons, however, are not fire and brimstone but an unerring eye for the absurd and a genius for observation of the foibles of his age. An enduring classic, this great novel is a brilliant study in duplicity and hypocrisy…and a mirror with which to view our own times.