Matter of Trust by Jeff Erno and Allison Cassatta

Published on as part of the The Real Story Safe Sex Project
Travis McDonald is fifteen and has never been in love (other than a wicked crush he harbored on his eighth grade sex ed teacher, Mr. Myers). When Jeremy Loper asks him to hang out, Travis’s heart is all a flutter. He and Jeremy really hit it off and soon become boyfriends, but when they decide it’s time to take their relationship to the next level on Jeremy’s sixteenth birthday, Travis is faced with a harsh reality. Can he support his boyfriend at a time he needs him most, or is the situation just way too scary for Travis to deal with?

Author: Jeff Erno and Allison Cassatta

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
45 reviews

A Family Affair: Truth in Lies (Truth in Lies, Book 1) by Mary Campisi

Real families aren’t always the ones you know about…When Christine Blacksworth’s larger-than-life father is killed on an icy road in Magdalena, New York, a hundred miles from the ‘getaway’ cabin he visited every month, she discovers a secret that threatens everything she’s always held to be true. Her father has another family which includes a mistress and a daughter. Determined to uncover the truth behind her father’s secret life, Christine heads to Magdalena, prepared to hate the people who have caused her to question everything she thought she knew about her father. But what she finds is a woman who understands her, a half sister who cherishes her, and a man who could love her if she’ll let him. The longer she’s around them, the more she questions which family is the real one. . .Note: This book contains sexual content and profanity. While the author believes these situations are handled in good taste, she acknowledges some readers will choose to pass on this book.Truth in Lies Series:Book One: A Family AffairBook Two: A Family Affair SpringBook Three: A Family Affair: Summer (2014)Book Four: A Family Affair: Fall (TBA)Bonus material: One chapter of A Family Affair: Spring, book two in the popular family saga series, Truth in Lies.

Author: Mary Campisi

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
2447 reviews

Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome: How to Grow Affair-Proof Hedges Around Your Marriage by Nancy C. Anderson

Extramarital affairs are certainly not the social taboo that they once were, and may be more prevalent now than ever. Unfortunately, Christians are not exempt. With the anonymity of the Internet and the privacy of personal mobile phones, the temptation to cheat on one’s spouse has fertile ground to grow.After straying to the other side of this marital fence–and returning to find forgiveness and restoration–Anderson brings this practical book about predicting and preventing an extramarital affair. Based on the principle that the grass is always greener when it’s watered, Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome focuses on how to grow a beautiful marriage by establishing six protective hedges around it.This second edition includes a new chapter on repairing marriage following infidelity, as well as an appendix considering the Andersons’ own marriage before and after the affair from Ron’s point of view.

Author: Nancy C. Anderson

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
71 reviews

Loving an Alien: How does it feel to fall for a foreigner? by Angela Nicoara and Mike Ormsby

Think you’re all packed, for the love train? Think again.
Here’s a book you might want to take along for the ride….

‘Loving an Alien’: Intimate tales of true romance from brave women who crossed the cultural divide and loved to tell the tale.

Vive la différence!

In 1995, when young Romanian journalist Angela Nicoara applied to the BBC School in Bucharest, it changed her life in ways she could never have imagined. Raised in the closed society of communist Romania and stung by a recent divorce, she doubted her chances for a better future. But then she met some British guy, in a gloomy corridor, and everything changed.

“There was a power cut at BBC School. It was so dark I could hardly see him. We chatted for a few minutes, sharing a joke about the excellent conditions, and I had a feeling I’d never experienced before; it was as if, I’d known him all my life. Why?”

Turns out, Cupid had just fired a couple of arrows that landed bang on target. Angela and her Brit spent the next twenty years travelling and working around the world – with a brief stop in Las Vegas to get married – and are now settled in a tiny village in the mountains of Transylvania, with bears for neighbours.

And that’s where Angela got the idea for ‘Loving an Alien’…

“One winter’s night, by our log fire, I started thinking about my girlfriends around the world, many of whom had married a foreigner. Their lives were so similar, and yet so different to my own. Hmm, why not share our experiences? What if I go back to how it all started for me? Put my journalist hat on and interview them? Ask about life on Planet Love – what might they say?”

If you’re into global travel, romance, life lessons, the do’s and don’ts of an intimate relationship, how to manage your in-laws, how to finesse your outlaws, how to raise rootless, bi-lingual, ’third culture’ kids, then snuggle up with ’Loving an Alien’.

In a remarkably candid series of Q&A’s with twenty-six women of different nationalities, Angela reveals what makes a mixed marriage tick … and how to keep the love clock running.

“My college friends thought I was stupid, crazy, and throwing
away a bright future.” Jennifer

“Some girls think marrying an expat is the road to riches, but
that’s not true.” Sumi

“I never thought I’d be with an African, someone so different,
from this tiny village.” Sophie

“It wasn’t like I came to Sri Lanka to marry a Sri Lankan.
It just happened.” Jessica

“Marrying into a different culture means you are not trapped by your own, which is how I felt.” Wang

Angela Nicoara doesn’t just spill the beans, she gets the recipe.

It’s not memoir. It’s not fiction. It’s love. Long-distance. Long term. Visas and all. Join Angela on her journey to the heart of it.

Author: Angela Nicoara and Mike Ormsby

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
56 reviews

A Family Affair: Truth in Lies (Truth in Lies, Book 1) by Mary Campisi

Real families aren’t always the ones you know about…When Christine Blacksworth’s larger-than-life father is killed on an icy road in Magdalena, New York, a hundred miles from the ‘getaway’ cabin he visited every month, she discovers a secret that threatens everything she’s always held to be true. Her father has another family which includes a mistress and a daughter. Determined to uncover the truth behind her father’s secret life, Christine heads to Magdalena, prepared to hate the people who have caused her to question everything she thought she knew about her father. But what she finds is a woman who understands her, a half sister who cherishes her, and a man who could love her if she’ll let him. The longer she’s around them, the more she questions which family is the real one. . .Note: This book contains sexual content and profanity. While the author believes these situations are handled in good taste, she acknowledges some readers will choose to pass on this book.Truth in Lies Series:Book One: A Family AffairBook Two: A Family Affair SpringBook Three: A Family Affair: Summer (2014)Book Four: A Family Affair: Fall (TBA)Bonus material: One chapter of A Family Affair: Spring, book two in the popular family saga series, Truth in Lies.

Author: Mary Campisi

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
2443 reviews

10 Dates: A fun and sexy romantic comedy novel by Emily James

Joanie Fox can’t wait to settle down and marry the man of her dreams. However, when her engagement starts to look more stalemate than soulmate, her best friend stages an intervention sure to make even the most hardened, serial daters wince: 10 Dates in 10 Days. Statistically, if you kiss a lot of frogs there’s bound to be at least one that’s not a complete toad, isn’t there? With nothing to lose, Joanie embarks on a crazy rollercoaster of blind dates. After all, what can possibly go wrong in the search for Mr. Right? 10 Dates is a standalone, sexy, laugh out loud romantic comedy with a happy ending. It is not for the feint hearted and is best suited for readers over the age of eighteen due to sexual themes and mature content.Amazon USA reviewers are calling 10 Dates:5 STARS “Funny! If you like Bridget Jones, you’ll love this!”5 STARS “Awesome characters, perfect beach read.”5 STARS “Love this Rom-Com!”5 STARS “Brilliantly Entertaining.”

Author: Emily James

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
180 reviews

Loving an Alien: How does it feel to fall for a foreigner? by Angela Nicoara and Mike Ormsby

Think you’re all packed, for the love train? Think again.
Here’s a book you might want to take along for the ride….

‘Loving an Alien’: Intimate tales of true romance from brave women who crossed the cultural divide and loved to tell the tale.

Vive la différence!

In 1995, when young Romanian journalist Angela Nicoara applied to the BBC School in Bucharest, it changed her life in ways she could never have imagined. Raised in the closed society of communist Romania and stung by a recent divorce, she doubted her chances for a better future. But then she met some British guy, in a gloomy corridor, and everything changed.

“There was a power cut at BBC School. It was so dark I could hardly see him. We chatted for a few minutes, sharing a joke about the excellent conditions, and I had a feeling I’d never experienced before; it was as if, I’d known him all my life. Why?”

Turns out, Cupid had just fired a couple of arrows that landed bang on target. Angela and her Brit spent the next twenty years travelling and working around the world – with a brief stop in Las Vegas to get married – and are now settled in a tiny village in the mountains of Transylvania, with bears for neighbours.

And that’s where Angela got the idea for ‘Loving an Alien’…

“One winter’s night, by our log fire, I started thinking about my girlfriends around the world, many of whom had married a foreigner. Their lives were so similar, and yet so different to my own. Hmm, why not share our experiences? What if I go back to how it all started for me? Put my journalist hat on and interview them? Ask about life on Planet Love – what might they say?”

If you’re into global travel, romance, life lessons, the do’s and don’ts of an intimate relationship, how to manage your in-laws, how to finesse your outlaws, how to raise rootless, bi-lingual, ’third culture’ kids, then snuggle up with ’Loving an Alien’.

In a remarkably candid series of Q&A’s with twenty-six women of different nationalities, Angela reveals what makes a mixed marriage tick … and how to keep the love clock running.

“My college friends thought I was stupid, crazy, and throwing
away a bright future.” Jennifer

“Some girls think marrying an expat is the road to riches, but
that’s not true.” Sumi

“I never thought I’d be with an African, someone so different,
from this tiny village.” Sophie

“It wasn’t like I came to Sri Lanka to marry a Sri Lankan.
It just happened.” Jessica

“Marrying into a different culture means you are not trapped by your own, which is how I felt.” Wang

Angela Nicoara doesn’t just spill the beans, she gets the recipe.

It’s not memoir. It’s not fiction. It’s love. Long-distance. Long term. Visas and all. Join Angela on her journey to the heart of it.

Author: Angela Nicoara and Mike Ormsby

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
56 reviews

Matter of Trust by Jeff Erno and Allison Cassatta

Published on as part of the The Real Story Safe Sex Project
Travis McDonald is fifteen and has never been in love (other than a wicked crush he harbored on his eighth grade sex ed teacher, Mr. Myers). When Jeremy Loper asks him to hang out, Travis’s heart is all a flutter. He and Jeremy really hit it off and soon become boyfriends, but when they decide it’s time to take their relationship to the next level on Jeremy’s sixteenth birthday, Travis is faced with a harsh reality. Can he support his boyfriend at a time he needs him most, or is the situation just way too scary for Travis to deal with?

Author: Jeff Erno and Allison Cassatta

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
44 reviews

The Power of the Pussy (Part Two) – (Dating, Marriage, and Divorce Advice for Women) by Kara King

Whether You’re Single, Married, or Divorced…
You Have The Power!

In the follow-up to the best selling dating advice book, “The Power of the Pussy”, Kara King delves further into the controversial subject of Pussy Power. Part Two picks up right where Part One left off and covers everything from the single life, to marriage, and even divorce. In this book you’ll discover unique and compelling advice specifically designed to conquer a variety of real life issues that women may face when dealing with men. Just like Part One, this book is packed with relationship tips, dating secrets, and real-life advice that actually works!

“The Power of the Pussy: Part Two” will help you:

-Discover powers that men have and use this knowledge to your advantage.

-Draw men to you naturally and effortlessly.

-Heal from a divorce and come out of it better than ever!

-Use your powers within a marriage to re-ignite the flame or change the dynamics of the relationship.

-Learn tips and tricks to make men fall head over heels in love with you, eager to remain faithful, and happy to stand by your side for life.

-Overcome heartache, rejection, infidelity, and other real life issues that other dating advice books won’t dare discuss!

“The Power of the Pussy” has been hailed the ultimate must-read dating guide for women of all ages. The first book laid the foundation, while Part Two digs deeper into the world of feminine power. This book will make you laugh, leave you feeling empowered, and enable you to deal with anything a man throws your way!

DISCLAIMER: This book contains strong language, sexual content, and subject matter that may be offensive to some readers.

Author: Kara King

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
145 reviews