I’m so glad to have had the privilege to come across such a brilliant author. I love Terri’s books and it is my absolute honor to share her work with you. Grab a cup of tea or my favorite, hot chocolate, kick back and read. Enjoy.
Terri George Bio
Love and Romance: It’s what makes the world go round and I love writing about it.
My men are Hot, Sexy and Bossy and my women Strong and Sassy and give as good as they get. I absolutely refuse to write weak women because we don’t all need to be rescued, but we do all need the love and devotion of a good man. Oh, and plenty of sheet-clawing, body-rocking, mind-altering sex!
Despite all the hot sex, what I really write are love stories, jam packed full of emotion because I believe… When it comes to Love and Romance, neither should be anything less than Extraordinary.
From a small child I’ve loved to lose myself in stories. I’m a firm believer that if heaven exists, it contains every novel ever written and has big squishy sofas to curl up on and read for all eternity.
Before I started writing romance novels my comedy play, The Magazine was performed at The Bush Theatre in London and my poetry has been published in several anthologies. However, I knew what I really wanted to write were novels. With several unfinished manuscripts languishing in the depths of my computer’s hard drive, it was my discovery of erotic romance that led me to the realisation romance novels are what I should be writing.
As English as they come, I couldn’t survive without tea. From Rachmaninov to Aerosmith my taste in music is best described as eclectic. And I make a mean chocolate cake.
Where to find me:
Amazon page: http://Author.to/TerriGeorge
“Even though the plot has been done in different ways, it’s the details that make this story special. It’s who Mia & Nick are as people and their relationship together.”
Some men are just too hard to resist, and Nick Frost is Irresistible: a Man with a capital MUH; a Man who knows what he wants and will stop at nothing to get it.
Mia James isn’t looking for a relationship much less a one-night stand and Nick’s efforts to ‘woo’ her only confirm her suspicion that he’s a Player of the highest order.
In Nick’s head it’s a done deal. Mia’s The One. But nothing is simple in life or love. He’s willing to hand Mia his heart, but will he let her into his head? Will he trust her with the secrets from his past?
Mia can fight it all she likes, but their attraction is off-the-charts, and there’s only so much temptation a girl can resist. The question is; can she trust and give herself completely to a man who keeps so much hidden?
“This book had me in knots. It literally felt like someone was squeezing my heart, twisting it and trying to yank it from my chest!”
Love isn’t easy, but Mia does love Nick; of that she has no doubt. The trouble is she doesn’t know if she can trust him. And what is love without trust?
Nick keeps so much hidden. Mia’s tried to get him to open up without success and knows she has to take it slow, give him time. But how long is she supposed to wait for him to trust her enough with all the things he’s keeping inside?
As the saying goes; be careful what you wish for. Mia may want to know what Nick’s hiding, but when more of his secrets are revealed will she be able to accept what he’s done before they even met? Just how many times can she find it within herself to forgive his past?
But Mia isn’t the only one struggling to trust. Nick’s faith in her is rocked when her past barges into their present and threatens to tear them apart.
Will their love be enough? Will their passion that blazed so brightly burn itself out or is it strong enough to see them through and keep them together?
“Definitely a lot of unexpected surprises in this one that I didn’t see coming! God, I love these two even more.”
Nick is bereft; a man adrift. Only Mia can save him from his demons, but how can she forgive? She knows what she saw…
Secrets test love to its limits. Nick promised to let Mia in, but he just needed time. Now time is running out. But Nick isn’t the only one keeping things hidden. Mia isn’t quite what she seems. Forgiveness works both ways. Nick wants Mia to forgive his past, but will he forgive hers?
Ultimately, love is nothing without acceptance. It’s about acknowledging all the fears and insecurities. Will Nick and Mia be able to accept each other’s flaws? Can they both Let Go of their fears and insecurities that threaten to rip them apart and somehow find their way to their Happy Ever After?
“Frost trilogy is one of those series you won’t want to put down. In fact, I got very annoyed when real life got in the way and I had to. Their journey to happiness kept me turning pages as fast as I could. It even kept me awake at night. I gave The Frost Trilogy 5 stars, but it’s really worth 15 stars because it contains 3 terrific books.”
Sparks fly when Mia meets the Man with a capital MUH, Nick Frost. She can’t deny she’s attracted to him − big time; all six feet four inches of him. Who wouldn’t be? In his Armani tux that’s doing little to disguise the hard muscular physique beneath the exquisite tailoring, sapphire eyes so deep she wants to drown in them, not to mention his voice… all breathy and sensual, whispering over her senses as he murmurs her name… he’s downright irresistible.
But Mia isn’t looking for a man. Still getting over a bitter breakup, she’s in no rush to let a man into her heart again any time soon. And this one has Player written all over him.
What Mia doesn’t reckon on is Nick’s tenaciousness. A Man who’s used to getting what he wants, he’s persistence personified, finally wearing down her resistance.
Their attraction is incontestable and their passion blazes, but although Nick may be convinced Mia’s The One, he’s a Man with a past; a past he’s determined to keep from Mia.
There’s just one problem with secrets: they always get found out. And Nick has plenty of them. Just how many times can Mia find it within herself to forgive him his past? But Nick isn’t the only one with secrets. Mia’s keeping things to herself too. When Nick discovers she’s not quite the girl he thought she was will he be quick to forgive?
They say true love conquers all and God knows Nick and Mia have worked hard for their love, but just when they think they’ve weathered every storm and come out the other side closer than ever, life has one more curveball to throw at them. When Nick acts before thinking, will Mia come through for her man? Will she win them their Happy Ever After ending?
“Terri and her fantastic writing gives it an edge that other books in this genre are lacking. She simply has a way with words, giving this book class and finesse mixed with the downright dirty. I was practically in flames throughout the whole book!”
Sebastian Baines is the Bad Boy your mother always warned you about: YOUNG, HOT & LOADED. It’s a lethal combination. And he’s taking it stateside.
A charmer with the gift for sealing deals, he’s at the top of his game and should fit right in at Berger & Schwartz.
His contract is for one year: 365 days in which he plans to make some mergers and acquisitions of his own, and cut a serious sexual swathe through the female population.
He’s never had a problem pulling the birds in his native London, but there’s at least one New York girl who doesn’t think he’s God’s Gift.
And it’s driving him crazy.
“Their journey to happiness kept me involved to the very end. It definitely wasn’t a smooth journey, but I loved it and I loved the way Terri George wrote it.”
The H/h’s best friends from Frost Trilogy are back and now it’s Aiden and Jen’s turn to steam up the pages of their story and possibly fall in love.
Aiden Byrne is out to prove that a Nice Guy can win the girl, but the girl in question isn’t going to be that easy to convince.
Men don’t last long with Jen. She has no trouble sticking to her golden rule: treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen and get shot before you get in too deep. That is until Aiden slips in under the radar, striping away her defences and worming his way into her affections.
One HEA coming up… Oh, if only it were that simple, but life and love rarely are.
Just when it looks like Aiden’s on the brink of having everything he’s ever wanted, the unexpected happens forcing him to question how good a man he is.
Aiden’s TORN between doing what’s right and doing what makes him happy… Either way, whatever he decides, someone’s getting hurt.