Sofia Grace Alexander, the only child of Nicholas Alexander, Don of the Alexander Crime family, born with an infinity symbol birthmark on her upper arm. She was the precious shining light in Nicholas’s dark life. They had a unique bond with each other from the moment she was born. Tragedy hits and Sofia and her mother are killed, or are they? How far will one brother be willing to go to take control of the family? And will a childhood friend be the one that also has an infinity bond to Sofia bring her back to her father and take back what is hers?
Amber Joi Scott or the Wicked Writing Wench, born and raised in the South with a snarky attitude and kiss my ass mentality. She is the best selling Author for her bound series. Also, being born in the month of August, she embraces her Leo sign. Her love for reading all kinds of stories, she became intrigued when reading the Fifty Shades of Grey series. Deciding to research more about the community for her own book, she became appreciative of the BDSM community and what it means to a Dominant or submissive. Her first published book was a mix of BDSM relationship with the Mafia Family. She loved the story and characters so much that it became a four book series.
She lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley with her big, burly husband and her youngest daughter. Raising her children to be polite, hardworking, young adults is and will always be her biggest accomplishment. When deciding she needed a pen name, she decided to dedicate all her writing to her children, by using parts of their names as her pen name.
She enjoyed the being part of the Deeper Facebook Group and was happy to contribute her insight into the discussions, sometimes allowing life experiences to lend a different point of view on a particular topic. She doesn't plan to stop writing anytime soon and hopes that people fall in love with her characters as much as she has
Catch up with the authors of Sexuality & Its Impact on History: The British Stripped Bare - Emma Haddon-Wright, Annie Whitehead, Jessica Cale, Judith Arnopp, Gayle Hulme, Dr Beth Lynne and Hunter S. Jones. Ask them questions and learn more about the scandals and romance that shaped Great Britain and ultimately influenced the United States…Nashville, Tennessee during the Union Army’s Occupation during the Civil War, settlement of the American West, impact on U.S. fashion, and the development of America’s first art form in the sultry brothels of New Orleans.
This provocative collection of essays depicts the cultural and societal kinks of the British because the truth is stranger than fiction when it comes to love. Eight essays chronicle the pleasures and perils of the flesh, sharing secrets from the days of the Anglo-Saxons, medieval courtly love traditions, diabolical Tudor escapades—including those of Anne Boleyn and Mary Queen of Scots—the Crown and Succession of female monarchs, and the ‘prudish’ Victorian Era. This scholarly yet accessible all-female project brings to light the myriad varieties of sexual and cultural mores which shaped history and the effect on women and gender roles into the early twentieth century.
“A fascinating new book” –Mail On Sunday and Daily Mail, U.K.
“A balance of both entertaining and educational reading in equal measure” –Dr. Roxanne O’Neill