A Contemporary Romance That Reads Like An Historical Novel

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Ever the consummate professional, years of staunch dedication paid dividend when Hollywood made Julia Berwick the offer of a lifetime, an alluring proposition she could not refuse. Michael Dunhill——rumored a resurrected knave——emerged as the man brandishing the check. A renowned scoundrel with whom her alliance was now linked, an association she soon discovered came with dire stipulations attached.

Coerced into partaking in a tryst, Julia soon found her agreement to be a severe miscalculation. Locked now in a battle of will and lascivious demands with the handsome Adonis himself, the simplicity of lust quickly spiraled into rivalry, as both drudged further in their quest to outwit, outlast and outmaneuver the other.

A slice of eccentric truth:

Writers are more aptly the carbon of anapril30-iStock_000004930476Medium
esteemed secretary. We listen to dictations all day; transcribe the
incessant rantings, then, if lucky, we get praised for it. A schizophrenic
should be so lucky.


Reading unfurl its magic like the exposition of a dream, one I will not soon awaken from


Knowledge provokes and incites like the body of a fine wine, submerse yourself, take time to read.


There’s no better reverence for the keeper of time than growth

Poetry

A few of the authors favorites.

Tempus By P. S. Campbell Softly she smiled and morning waxed. A dryad clad in the favor of another. Woven in fables long battered with time, darkness frothed its dominance of such tale. Saplings whispered of such within the gathering rush, ere radiance called forth a name. Thus, an answer was had. She smiled and dawn bellowed its’ affiance of truth. She smiles and the sun blooms. Like an oath once wedged in the crevice of lore, morning unfurled with the sweetness grafted in a simple smile.
Solace By P. S. Campbell Beauty sways so sweetly in the parting of a smile Colors alight with happiness, danced forward in the shift of one’s eyes Forgetful of fear, tears hold no value here, for time rightly withered and stall Day thus shared its eminence with night Stars bustled, as the moon play pliably with the sun Come forth, come forth the cabals sang Partake of the revelry Let thine be mine and mine be thine Conjoined in love, we indulge Come forth, come forth their laden hearts crooned Come forth they chanted as one Drink of this

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B P Manning has a real gift for rendering her scenes in beautiful prose. I loved the character development… goodreads.com

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B P Manning writes beautifully! It really is a joy to discover a writer of this caliber…   goodreads.com

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Dites Qui is exceptionally well written. The story is very well thought through, the characters are brilliantly rendered, there is no doubt in my mind that B.P. Manning is an fantastic author… goodreads.com

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I love the descriptive prowess of author B P Manning! Each scene is so well developed that you feel you are standing alongside her characters… amazon.co.uk

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