London, 1911 - The death of Avery Silver, an unremarkable, elderly gentleman should not cause a stir but when his daughter , Imogen, identifies his body a shocking secret is brought to light that not only disrupts her life but also makes her question her own identity.
Inspire by a true story, Silver is the story of one man's struggle to come to terms with being born in the wrong body. It is the story of how his daughter, a woman who, when faced with the question of her own...
A teachers' conference doesnâ€™t sound like a sexy place. And thatâ€™s because itâ€™s not.
But shy literature teacher Chloe Price and brash PE teacher Jess Cooper are about to be thrown together at this particular conference at a time of crisis in each of their young-ish lives. And it will lead them to what they both believe will be a simple one-night stand...
But each year, back they come to the conference, always finding...
Nadia Spencer is Americaâ€™s favorite bi-racial cosmetic surgeon. Sheâ€™s the UN Special Ambassador for Female Genital Mutilation, a mother to two wise-ass kids, and sheâ€™s married to the Republican candidate for Mayor of New York. Sheâ€™s just launched her new book. Heâ€™s four weeks away from election day. The only problem is Nadia wasnâ€™t always a woman. And right now Nadia wants to be a man, again.
Florist. Psychic. Addict.
Laurence Riley coasts by on good looks and natural charm, but underneath lies a dark chasm that neither heroin nor lovers can fill. Sobriety is a pipe dream which his stalker ex-boyfriend is pushing him away from. Luckily, Laurence has powers most can only dream of. If only he could control them.
Aristocrat. Psychic. Survivor.
Quentin d'Arcy is the product of centuries of wealth, privilege, and...
NYPD Detective Alec MacAidan has always been good with weird. After all, his life has been a string of the unexplainable. But when an injured man gives him cryptic clues, then turns to dust in front of him, Alec's view on weird is changed forever.
Cronin, a vampire Elder, has spent the last thousand years waiting for Alec. He'd been told his fated one would be a man wielding a shield, but he didn't expect him to be human, and he certainly didn't expect that shield to...
"Where are you going, Liam? I feel as if I don't know you anymore."
"I told you, Mum, I'm going for a pizza then seeing a film with a friend."
But Liam is not having pizza or seeing a film; he's going to his first Gay Pride march.
Liam has always felt different in a way he couldn't quite pinpoint... until now. He's been a caterpillar all his life and his parents want him to stay that way. But Liam wants to be a butterfly.
Brierley's Boarding School for Boys, 1930s
A new term opens with appalling tragedy, the repercussions of which lead to devastating consequences. The headmaster, who will stop at nothing to cover up the incident, fights for the reputation of Brierley's, while several of the school's inhabitants are left fighting for their lives.
In 1985 Jeanette Winterson's first novel, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, was published. It was Jeanette's version of the story of a terraced house in Accrington, an adopted child, and the thwarted giantess Mrs Winterson. It was a cover story, a painful past written over and repainted. It was a story of survival.
This book is that story's the silent twin. It is full of hurt and humour and a fierce love of life. It is about the pursuit of happiness, about lessons in love, the search...
Don't talk to him. For all intents and purposes, he doesn't exist.
Thomas knows the rules when he takes a job with the circus, but he can't stop thinking about the strange young man hidden away in the manager's trailer. After a chance meeting with Isle, Thomas is even more intrigued, despite Isle's warnings. As his obsession with Isle grows, he vows to rescue him from his prison.
Lucy is haunted by the death of her partner, Jake, and lives in paranoid fear and reclusion. She lives in a small, introverted village in Cornwall called Pennance, and is surrounded by Jake's family and memories of him. She feels intensely guilty about his death and thinks someone is out to get her in retribution. Relief appears to come when a new neighbour, Karen, enters her life, but is that when the real threat begins?