Me and Mr Jones

Me and Mr Jones

Meet the women in love with three very different brothers . . . Izzy's determined to escape her troubled past with a new start by the sea - but flirtatious Charlie Jones is causing complications. Alicia's been happily married to loyal Hugh for years but secretly craves excitement. Maybe it's time to spice things up? Emma's relationship with David was once fun and romantic but trying for a baby has taken its toll. Then temptation comes along . . . As the future of the family's B&B becomes uncertain, Izzy, Alicia and Emma are thrown together unexpectedly. It seems that keeping up with the Joneses is harder than anyone thought . . . From Lucy Diamond, Me and Mr Jones is a sparkling tale of heartbreak, hope, friendship and love.

Me and Mr. Jones (sweet romance, contemporary romance)

Sweethearts of Sumner County, #7

Me and Mr. Jones (sweet romance, contemporary romance)

I wasn't thrilled when my mother told me she was getting married again. It wasn't until I met Future Husband #5 that I also met his son. Riley got my attention, that's for sure. Is it a mistake that we're going out? Or are we on our way to forever? Me and Mr. Jones is a sweet, contemporary romance short story: 7,100 words. Keywords: sweet romance, contemporary romance, chick lit, sweet romance short story, contemporary romance short story, romantic comedy, romcom, clean romance, tattoo, piercing, bad boy, writer, first impression

Me and Mr. Jones (chick lit, contemporary romance)

Me and Mr. Jones (chick lit, contemporary romance)

I wasn't thrilled when my mother told me she was getting married again. It wasn't until I met Future Husband #5 that I also met his son. Riley got my attention, that's for sure. Is it a mistake that we're going out? Or are we on our way to forever? Me and Mr. Jones is a contemporary romance short story: 7,400 words. A sweeter version of this title is published under the pen name Kate Russell. Keywords: chick lit, contemporary romance, romance short story, romantic comedy, first impression, tattoo, bad boy

Parliamentary Papers

1780-1849

Parliamentary Papers


Retrospections, Social and Archaeological

Retrospections, Social and Archaeological

This three-volume work, published 1883-91, reviews Charles Roach Smith's activities as an archaeological excavator and collector.

The Prince and Mr. Jones

The Prince and Mr. Jones

A lacerating, bitter but wildly funny black comedy, which offers a scathing appraisal of the social ills besetting contemporary Britain. Not unlike Joe Orton, Mr. Lucie propels his play's action with the devices of boulevard comedy--all the better to upen