Rebecca Navarro, best-selling authoress of Regency romances, suffers a paralysing stroke. Assisted by her nurse, Rebecca plans her revenge on her unfaithful husband. But will Freddy Royle, hospital trustee, celebrity and necrophiliac, thwart those ...
plans? Dave Thornton, soccer thug, has lost his heart to flawed beauty Samantha Worthington. Together they go in search of the man who marketed the drug that crippled her - in order to cripple him. Lloyd from Leith has a transfiguring passion for the unhappily married Heather. Together they explore the true nature of house music and chemical romance. Will their ardour fizzle and die in the grim backstreets of Edinburgh, or will it ignite and blaze like a thousand suns?
this book is all about drugs and sex, and it makes me feel kind of sick when I read it. I could not finish it, despite the fact that it's quite well written, and probably at least in part because I can't understand what a lot of the characters are
..." saying. (the dialogue is written phonetically for the various accents) WARNING: this book involves dead babies cut into parts.Continua...Nascondi