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From bestselling author Dr. Rebecca Sharp comes an enemies-to-lovers epic romance with a forbidden twist Love is angry.
Passionate about writing dark, psychological thrillers, his other work includes Broken Bones, a collection of his short stories, The Samuel Elijah Johnson Series, including Redemption, Temptation, and Confession, the horror Satanarium, co-authored with Poppet. Lambert began his writing life at a young age, penning the as yet unpublished George and the Giant Castle at age six. He grew up in southern Idaho, and after many adventures including a short stint in the US Army and a diverse education, Troy returned to Boise, Idaho where he works as a freelance writer, content marketer, blogger, analyst, and editor.
Homer describes Ganymede as the most beautiful of mortals, and in one version of the myth Zeus falls in love with his beauty and abducts him in the form of an eagle to serve as cup-bearer in Olympus. The Latin form of the name was Catamitus and also "Ganymedes"from which the English word " catamite " is derived. Ganymede was the son of Tros of Dardania,    from whose name "Troy" was supposedly derived, either by his wife Callirrhoedaughter of the river god Scamander   or Acallarisdaughter of Eumedes.
Angie is sweet, beautiful, kind, and passionate, but Troy isn't looking for a commitment from her. When Angie is seen around town on the arm of another man, however, it's just a matter of time before Troy realizes that he wants Angie to belong to him. Marilyn Lee lives, works, and writes on the East Coast.
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It often hurts but it never truly fades away. Dale Weitz, a shy, yet gifted programmer at the Bernard Frankenheimer Center, has put the painful past behind him and moved on…or so he thought. Dale returns to his home town with his revolutionary Automated Response to Flirtation device, and, when opportunity knocks, he jumps at the chance to take revenge on the man who broke his heart all those years ago.
Helen of Troy was the daughter of Zeus. The Goddess of Love was so moved by this charming gesture, she rashly promised Paris the hand of the most beautiful woman in the world. That woman was Helen, and her hand had already been taken by Menelaus of Sparta. When King Menelaus returned from some skirmish at the frontier, he was hysterical.