Posts Tagged ‘eye candy’

Christmas Smiles

December 12, 2010

Tree up? Nope. Cards sent? Nope. Turkey bought? Nope. Presents bought and wrapped? Nope.

Christmas is coming and I’m not ready.

It’s not for lack of trying. I just arrived home at 12:30am this morning. I’ve been away for many weeks and and still have huge messes to straighten out but I just go with my old stand-by… I’ll do it tomorrow… and I do mean it.

But for today, I thought I’d give everyone a little bit of seasonal eye candy.

Santa’s back. Ho Ho Ho.

A little present for you.

Mistletoe for your home.

And lots of good cheer.

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.



I’m Back

May 29, 2010

I just wanted to thank everyone for being so patient. I know it’s been a while since my last post. I honestly tried to keep up with posting for the past year but it was hard to do.

One of our children had several major surgeries, then got married two months later. We had two family member develop cancer. My sister made it and so far it looks good for her.  My father-in-law fought for nine months but lost his battle in April. We are still having a hard time recovering but life goes on and we are looking forward to a new baby in our family.

I’ll slowly be getting back up to speed and posting more reviews as quickly as I can read and write them. I’ll also have more pictures to help brighten your day. I love eye candy and love to share.

Serendipity 5A by Dawn Montgomery

November 23, 2009

Serendipity 5A  by  Dawn Montgomery

Changeling Press

Welcome to Serendipity Estates, where accidental meetings, a little magic, and a bit of hot lust are a recipe for love ever after. We hope you enjoy your stay.

In an apartment complex where fortunate accidents in love occur, Donna and Jack will have a Christmas present mix-up that shows a little bit of their kinky side.

Serendipity means good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries and that is what happened to me. I had the good luck of reading this story of two neighbors who stumble upon their common bond. It appears to be just an accident but is it really.