An erotic physiological thriller that digs deep into the
minds of those who are trapped in world of adult entertainment. It’s not only
the customers who are hooked, but the exotic dancers who can’t escape the world
they live in.
A.J. Danelli is a homicide detective on the Hillsborough
County Sheriff’s department in Tampa, Florida. He recently went through a nasty
divorce and finds himself drowning in alcohol and self-pity. And at the same
time, he is introduced to the world of the exotic dancer. He has fallen into
the dark world of the ‘lap dance.’ He is hooked on a dancer named Sunset.
As the story unfolds, A.J. is giving a deposition to the
District Attorney. He tells his story on how he became hooked on an exotic
dancer, and at the same time, reviews the investigation him and his partner did
to track a serial killer before he kills again.
A.J. confronts the killer. The maniac has Sunset. In a wild
and gripping ending, A.J. comes face to face with the killer and at the same
time he must face his own demons. He realizes he has something in common with
the killer. They both are “Hooked”.
Heat level Flames Boiling
Sensual, yet more explicit love scenes, and the language may
be more graphic and direct.
Zach Morris was just an ordinary man, living an ordinary
life in the suburbs of Chicago...except for the fact that he could see
They don’t come to him in dreams or nightmares. They work in
his office, they take tolls on the turnpike, they live next door. They are
Mythiks. They’ve always been among us; elves, dwarves, hobbits and all the rest
of the creatures from the fantasy novels and movies we thought were nothing
more than the creations of our imaginations, but they’re as real as we are.
Most of us can't see them, but there are some humans, known as the Aperios, who
can pierce the Mythik's outer façade, and see them for what they really are.
But being an Aperios is perilous, torn between humans who want to ferret out
those living among us and the Mythiks who want to remain hidden. Zach Morris
had a secret but now he’s running for his life as the world of the Mythiks
collides with our own and the future of the human race hangs in the balance.
Heat Level sweetLove scenes are not consummated, or if the love scenes are
consummated details are not given.
What begins as a simple lost love case for private
investigator Adam Fraley quickly escalates into something of far greater
magnitude during the course of his investigation. Not only is it a potential
felony he stumbles across, but one of the rarest in the catalog of crimes, all
due to a critical piece of information having been withheld by his client, a
terminally ill World War II vet. The job eventually takes Fraley to remote
stretches of Florida’s Withlacoochee River and events that occurred over a half
Laura Elizabeth Woodbury, heir to a Montana
cattle ranch, has just lost her father. A year ago, he bestowed upon her the
nickname, “princess Sapphire” when he discovered sapphires in a mine where,
sixteen years earlier, he’d found gold. The independent Laura is astonished to
learn her father has hired a fancily-dressed stranger to assist her in finding
a suitable husband, and to help run the ranch.
Matt Black is the right hand man of a Minnesota railroad
baron who’d been a friend of Laura’s father. Matt’s been hired to head up a
team of railroad workers replacing damaged railroad tacks across Montana and to
find a decent man to marry Laura. Matt is completely unprepared for the
headstrong, willful blond and soon finds himself in love with her. Laura feels
the same way about Matt—until she learns his secret that will change her life
On Wildwood Mountain, passion burns hotter than prairie fire...
On the plains of Eastern Colorado, Mitch has a passion for
only one woman – and that woman is Christine. She is his dream girl, and he is
her dream man, and whenever her old man’s back is turned they’re quickly in
each other’s arms.
When a tragedy brings reality into their lives, Mitch sets
out to find out who he really is, and Christine finds herself facing a dramatic
new life as well. Soon, both will find out if their love and passion will
survive in the shadow of Wildwood Mountain.
Sandi Cramer's TV show, Love Cookin', is nominated
for an Emmy. She can't forget her early years around 1990 at the bankrupt
little station in Iowa where her show began, and the man who came to town to
make the station succeed or to fire everyone and shut it down.
Josh Pressman saw her talent potential and a lot more.
Attracted to her, he struggled to remember that small town girls like Sandi
were off limits because they played for keeps.
When "accidents" started happening during her
show, he had to find the culprit to save the station and to protect Sandi. But
when Sandi unwittingly helps the culprit, she knows Josh is left with little
choice but to fire her. That will end the station and their budding love.