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Love's Heat - An Italian Nights Novella
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Hannah and her sister, Megan, have been given the trip of a lifetime. They are cruising the Mediterranean Sea. Starting at Rome, they are working their way counter-clockwise through Florence, Monte... More > Carlo, Barcelona, Sardinia, Sicily, and Pompeii. Life is their playground. And then Hannah meets Brandon. Brandon is strong, intelligent, loyal, and everything Hannah could possibly dream of in a man. He has also just walked in on his fiancee in bed with his best friend. Hannah is willing to wait as long as it takes for him to work his way through this betrayal. And then all Hell breaks loose ... Half of the author's proceeds of all Ophelia Sikes books benefit battered women's shelters. Love's Heat is the first novella in the Italian Nights series. Due to the strong sexual content and adult situations, this book is recommended for readers aged 17+. The first four novellas have cliff-hanger endings, which lead to the final novella with a happily-ever-after.< Less
Quo vadis, Italy?
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Quo vadis, Italy? The question is neither rhetorical nor specious. Before the dark scenario of severe economic downturn we might be tempted to lose hope, but even in this decisive battle "Italy... More > of many lives" will be able to get back to a path of renewal, of progress, of lived and partaken democracy.< Less
The Bookroom Murders
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The police shooting of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown again raises the situation of racial unrest in America. My novel, The Bookroom Murders, depicts racial confrontation in an inner city high... More > school, where police use excessive force to deal with the situation, and students are shot and mauled by dogs. Also,The Bookroom Murders is not your typical mystery. It is a coming of age story, involving a battle of the sexes and an odyssey of self-realization. The teacher narrator is intelligent, quirky, self-deprecating, and irreverent. The story has elements of a teacher's worst nightmare. And this is not the typical teacher-against-the-odds victory cliche'. Instead, it is violent, ironic, darkly humorous, sexually explicit and bizarre. The story is multi-ethnic, with strong female characters--Chinese, Latina and Italian--as well as a sexist teacher, who is not a paragon, and happens to be a murder suspect.< Less
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