Euphemia Clathering worked at Comedy Central with unknowns such as Stephen Colbert, and siblings Amy and David Sedaris. She worked at the Metropolitan Opera and partied with Placido Domingo. She mopped the sweaty brow of Robin Williams after an exuberant stage performance. And when she lived in the Hotel Chelsea, the ghost of Nancy Spungen often stopped the elevator on the first floor, hoping someone would save her from her murder by Sid Vicious.
Euphemia's stories will always shock and delight.
Summers in New York were brutal—but worse with a foot injury. Money may have been no object for fashionista Adele Easton, but money couldn't soothe her pain. Could the office New Guy cure her of her ills?
Contains strong language
Sarah and Daniel are madly in love but they must stay vigilant as life can change as quickly as the weather.
Action, romance and humor fill the rainy days between New York City and Long Island's Manhasset Bay—but inner strength is tested during the worst of the storm. Daniel played the hero once. Who will take that role the second time?