Follow the lives of various supervillains as they attempt to live their best life in The Windy City! Disappearance, a ragdoll-like thief who has eyes on jewelry. Sisterly Bond, a demon slaying, dominatrix nun. Cid Cinders, a human matchstick with a chilling demeanor. Malartic, a fiery icicle who considers anytime playtime. You, a serial killer who thinks he's a fictional character. Jacques Hein, the go-to lackey and liaison between metahumans and normal people. Monsieur Mime, an assassin who is just trying to provide for his family.
Out of necessity, Armie accepts what his life has become, but when a handsome stranger issues an unexpected challenge, the walls he's so carefully constructed begin to weaken. Once the dust settles, will they crumble altogether?
Without a steady job and raising a thirteen-year-old sister on his own, Vic was wounded by tragedy that the speed of time might not heal. However, after his best friend from high school, Fernando, suggested that he should street race, he knew he needed to steer this opportunity before it drove away. With a handy trinket from Fernando, Vic and he will start moving to the top of the street-racing world and will drive through obstacles that threaten both them and the people they care about. And as they avoid crashes with an ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, and others, will they figure out the collision they might need is with their hearts instead?
Barnegat Bay is a romance, which starts on the Jersey shore in the summer of 1932. It focuses on its narrator, Doc, and his friends Mike, Larry, Al, and Spence, summer lifeguards soon headed into their senior year at CCNY -- the City College of New York. This is in the uncertain times and job market of the still early years of the Great Depression, just before Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected. Joining the guys are Mary and Claire, local to the area but no less ambitious for their lives, and in fairly close by New York City, Doc's parents.
It may initially seem an odd book for this site, but, believe me, it's not.
David Henderson's parents were splitting up, and David was off to stay for a few weeks with his favorite grandfather in the city while his mom and dad sorted out a few things. David was not happy with this abrupt change in his life, but had decided there was nothing to do but go with it. He loved visiting his grandfather, and figured he would at least spend the two-week visit having some fun.
But soon a small mystery cropped up, followed by a meeting with someone new and special. And in almost no time, David's world was to change forever.
This story, a short three-part adventure, is different from my others, hopefully to demonstrate my versatility.
Talent Morrow, a 28-year-old guy with a big heart, drives a hearse for a living. One day he absconds with the hearse and its deceased occupant and he, his boyfriend Josiah Dixon and said deceased occupant take off on a zany spree that takes them to Las Vegas.
Antonio Martellini's a rising star in the family, having turned a dingy Brooklyn bowling alley into a hipster hot spot. When his grandfather asks him to lunch, Tony gets an offer he can't refuse. Can he pull the project off? Is he ready for prime time?
Sienna’s never been kissed and she’s perfectly happy with that. Atleast that’s what she tells herself. Then Lauren Newberger comes along and shakes things up. But a happy ending isn’t destined for all.