They Can’t Eat You for Supper
“…an emotional read.” Reader review ★★★★★
Kristin Murphy doesn’t like change.
When a lavish lifestyle and controlling marriage left her broken, she traded the pressures of perfection for her sanity. Today, her southern farmhouse can’t compare to the mansion she left, but her family has peace. Until she’s blindsided.
The fog lifts, and she’s separated from two daughters she swore to protect. An ill child relies on Kristin’s medical skills, while luxurious promises lure her teen out of reach. Fighting to remain relevant to them wasn’t something she prepared for, but she’s here now.
It’s a familiar psychological hell. Only this time, the stakes are higher.
Can Kristin return to being the mother she always wanted, or will she give in to a twisted family past she vowed to bury?
Meet Roxanne Remy
Roxanne’s debut novel, They Can’t Eat You for Supper, is receiving high praise from readers all over the world.
The Seller of Sins
Karolina and Filip are a childless couple in a marriage full of daily conflicts and frustrations. Karolina eases her loneliness in a fantasy world of internet chat rooms with strangers while Filip remains blind to her pain. Filip wonders if any of the cyberspace connections Karolina finds mean actual betrayal or could something totally different be going on? His search for answers leads him on an unconventional life-altering journey that includes the mysterious Blanka, an obsessive woman addicted to love.
In 1867, Eden Fitzgerald marries, not for love or money, but to persuade her influential in-laws to obtain her father’s release from a contrived prison sentence. Cleverly evading those who believe she, like her father, is a smuggler and Fenian collaborator, Eden does what she can, what she must to achieve her goal. When legal methods are exhausted, she dons a mask, carries a pistol and, using her wiles, wits, even her seductive beauty, robs wealthy citizens to amass enough money to arrange her father’s escape.
Her life grows ever more complicated by the lustful attentions of several men who profess to love her, and the one man she loves but dares not trust. As her crimes worsen, culminating in what may be treason, and her enemies grow more dangerous and determined to apprehend her, she must run for her own freedom.
Sinful Love–Finding Love in the Wrongest of Places
She is the most beautiful, desirable woman Richard has ever seen. He’s been starved for love for years, immersed in high finance for a drug lord. He is immediately smitten.
But she is an addict and is only a shadow of herself. Still, he is transfixed by her. So, he must protect her, risk his life for her, in this drug-induced land of Caligula.
She makes him want to be a better man. She intrigues and challenges him to rise above his forgotten morality and to change his expedient, selfish ways if he wants to hang with her.
For the first time, Richard has a true “why” in his life and her name is Hailey.
Get ready for a slow burn romance sprinkled with the cold, hard truth of a late 1980s Uptown Manhattan violent drug scene.
But how will they navigate the daily dangers and savagery of the world they occupy and still plan their way out alive? Will they end up together on the other side?
So If you would love to read New Jack City meets Casablanca, the story begins! Read on!
Athena in the Rathole
Athena is born at the wrong time, to the wrong parents, . Her parents are Greek immigrants trying to find their way in America. Athena bounces between two countries, two cultures, eating Greek eyeball stew and lamb’s brain on the one hand, and ice cream cones with sprinkles on the other.
Humorously told, Athena must survive her vicious mother, a shaming nun, bullying classmates, and an abusive babysitter. Her mother blames Athena for the family’s troubles and Athena comforts herself by sneaking Greek delicacies. In Greek culture you’re supposed to be pretty and skinny, basically perfect. She is neither of these things. Things go from bad to worse and Athena is sent away to a school for disturbed kids.
Athena’s only hope is to break free from her mother’s explosive volatility and smothering vice grip. She finds support along the way from an unlikely lot of total strangers, including a Portuguese family, an art teacher, a psychic granny, gang members, and a hooker. Without them Athena doesn’t stand a chance. But will she take the final leap and flee up north before her mother destroys her?
After the Devil
Writing has always been a dream of Alex Alpine’s. After a run with self-publishing leaves her short of her dream of becoming a bestselling author, she decides to quit. Jamie Knox, a recovered addict, can’t bring himself to accept her decision.
After a fight with her husband, Alex finds herself face to face with a seemingly charming man from out of town. The next thing she knows, she’s tied up in his basement. Kidnapped and trapped in Jamie’s house in the middle of the woods, Alex yearns for her freedom. The dead body keeping her company makes the need stronger.
As her captivity extends from weeks to months, Jamie becomes more to Alex than just the man who ripped her from her family. He becomes her friend and confidant. Torn between her duties to the daughter she left behind, and the life that Jamie’s made for her, Alex must figure out where her true priorities lie. To do so, she must dive into not only her own past traumas but Jamie’s as well.
In the distant future, humanity is spread thinly across the universe after Earth is destroyed by nuclear chaos. In a last ditch effort to defeat the invaders known as the Drought, the military now relies heavily on the use of highly skilled task force agents that have been trained in combat since childhood.
The training spaceship, The Homebound 11, has a reputation for producing some of the greatest soldiers in Earth’s history, and Garrett and Skylar are preparing to follow suit. As they both strive to show their worth, the ship’s mysteries begin to unveil themselves. While fighting to overcome the issues they face within, a dangerous outside force sets them both on the beginning of a perilous journey they never would’ve imagined.
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