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Annie Up
Annie Up

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another outstanding album, 10 May 2013
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Has everything, from the hearfelt pain of 'Trading One Heartbreak For Another', to the acoustic bluesy opening of 'I Feel A Sin Comin' On' and the trademark biting humour of 'Hush Hush'.


That'll be the Day : 365 F1 Stories (Part 1)
That'll be the Day : 365 F1 Stories (Part 1)
Price: £3.95

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent choice for any F1 fan, 14 Jun. 2011
I'd recommend this book to any f1 fan. It's well written, as you would expect from the creator of the fabulous f1Minute and Sidepodcast podcasts.
There is an entry for each day of the year - it could be about a driver born on a particular date, or an event which took place, or just a significant date in the history of the sport.
The short format of each entry makes it very easy to dip in and out of, and the writing is engaging and well researched. The formatting and editing of the finished product is also fantastic - I have many more expensive kindle editions which have minor formatting or other editing errors but this book has a very professional feel to it.


Hard to Handle
Hard to Handle
by Lori Foster
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £6.13

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Lori Foster, 7 Feb. 2008
Hard to Handle follows on perfectly from the previous SBC Fighter books, Causing Havoc and Simon Says, and for fans of the series you'll be happy to hear that your favourite characters from these books make plenty of appearances. If you haven't read the previous books, however, don't worry, as the story works perfectly well alone.
Harley is one of the most promising fighters on the SBC circuit, but every time he gets a shot at a title fight, something goes wrong - most recently a dislocated elbow. This injury dumps him in a secluded cabin, where he promptly ends up snowed in with his life-coach landlady Stasia - can she help Harley take back control to get the title fight he craves - and will he let her through his defences?
Lori Foster's reputation for creating hot heroes and steamy storylines is well deserved, and this book will surely become another fan favourite.


Simon Says (Sbc Fighters)
Simon Says (Sbc Fighters)
by Lori Foster
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £6.17

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lori Foster's latest easily meets expectations, 4 July 2007
This is the fourth novel from Lori Foster set in the world of the Supreme Battle Championship (SBC), her UFC-inspired Mixed Martial Arts organisation. If you haven't read the previous books, don't worry, you don't need to, but for fans who have, several familiar characters pop up.

The hero is Simon Evans, tagged 'Sublime' by female fans back in his fighting days. We start with Simon retired from fighting, having developed a successful second career as a trainer/manager for another fighter, Havoc. Simon is enjoying life with his girlfriend of five years, when he comes home one day to discover she is cheating on him. Since his father walked out when he was a baby, he values trust and fidelity highly, and leaves her without a backward glance.

To focus his mind, he decides to make a comeback in the SBC, and switches jobs with Havoc, taking on the role of pupil to Havoc's trainer. His training schedule is interrupted by the arrival of mysterious and outspoken Dakota Dream, claiming to have been sent by his real father, who wishes to meet him. Dakota has plenty of secrets and skeletons in her closet, and her outspoken nature is hiding a multitude of scars, physical and psychological.
When her life starts being threatened, can Simon keep her safe, from the bad guys and her past?

This book has all Lori Foster's trademark sensuality, meticulous attention to detail, especially in the MMA details, and the vivid characterisations readers of her previous novels will have come to expect. In Simon Evans, she has also created a hero who could rival the infamous Joe Winston as a reader's favourite!


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