The Navy SEAL's fresh start lies on the far side of her defeat… Mick Frasier owes his life to his fellow Navy SEALs. Now that he's discharged, one of them offers him another lifeline: a new future on the Caribbean island of Miralinda. But when he arrives at the abandoned sugar plantation he's supposed to whip into shape as an executive training facility, he finds it already under renovations—overseen by the beautiful director of the island's Historical Society. Cara Levasseur is too young for her job. Too pretty. Too…unorthodox. She's heard it all, and now that she's finally secured Villa Sucre, she's not going to let anything get in the way of her first big professional coup. Not even a sexy, strapping ex-Navy SEAL who isn't afraid to turn on the charm—or when that doesn't work, declare all-out war. When she sets up camp in the ballroom, because there's not a chance in hell she's giving up her claim on the estate, Mick stakes out his own territory around the only working bathroom on the property. With tempers flaring and passions running hot, Cara's intent on not letting Mick ruin this opportunity for her—and she doesn't want him to ruin anything, either. Her life plan, for example. Or her heart… ASSIGNMENT: Hot Caribbean Nights Ruined by the SEAL Bound by the SEAL The series will continue in Fall 2018 with Bought by the SEAL and Cherished by the SEAL. Each book is a standalone romance about a different couple. If you enjoy Navy SEAL romances set in the Caribbean, look for other ASSIGNMENT: Caribbean Nights stories from Kat Cantrell (Duchess Island) and Anne Marsh (Angel Cay)!
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“As many of you know Michael and I had to abruptly cancel our wedding day, due to the tragedy that occurred in Charleston,” she wrote. “June 21st was suppose to be the happiest day of our lives. It is the day every girl dreams of, it was the day we dreamed of. We had each other, we have the perfect venue, and we had our vows ready to be read. We were ready! We had planned out every detail for months and months. It was going to be the PERFECT day! Our day was the exact opposite. Our wedding day was full of sorrow, pain, and shame, tainted by the actions of one man.”
The 27-year-old South Carolina native was scheduled to get married to her U.S. Army recruiter fiancé Michael Tyo on June 21. Four days prior, Dylann Roof allegedly accepted the hospitality of members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, only to shoot nine people dead over his own racist warped thinking. Nevertheless, he has already been given preferential treatment from his captors and Amber Roof is displaying the same sort of selfishness that cause innocent lives to be lost for no apparent reason other than hate.
Her goal was to raise $ 5,000 “to cover lost wedding costs, to pay bills, and to send us on our dream honeymoon.” She also claimed to donate 10 percent of her earnings to the victims’ families. It was the least she could do, huh?
Once Charlotte’s WSOCTV got into the mix, Amber took down the GoFundMe page with the exact same shame she claimed to endure from her brother’s actions. Several users were reportedly critical of the page and one user even donated $ 9 to symbolize each of the victims.
A GoFundMe employee sent a statement to Channel 9 which read, “The campaign in question was removed by the Campaign Organizer. Organizers have the ability to remove their campaigns whenever they choose.”
Her wedding still has no scheduled date. Also, fuck her wedding.
Hello, my name is Marvin. The other day, I heard that Gmail announced a new “Undo Send” feature. Where was this feature 10 years ago? That’s when I needed it! Do you know how many jobs I’ve lost because I accidentally clicked “Reply All”?!? Here, see for yourself …
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Bad news/good news for Tyga — he got served with legal papers during his big sneaker unveiling Tuesday night, but the guy who served him bought two pair! Tyga was hit while revealing his new kicks for L.A. Gear at Shiekh Shoes in Hollywood. You gotta…
If you’re a pop culture maven, most likely it can be agreed that the modern cell phone can be traced back to two classic TV series of the 1960s: Star Trek and Get Smart. Captain James Tiberius Kirk and his USS Enterprise crew were always armed with their “communicators” when traveling abroad on a distant planet. They were palm-sized devices with covers the flipped open, providing instant connection with the orbiting space ship. This design was aped, no doubt, by former Trekkies for the classic “flip phone” design that ruled the high-tech roost in the late 90s and early millennium.
Secret Agent 86 Maxwell Smart had his shoe phone, surely the most creative (and ridiculous) example of technology ever invented by someone who was most likely thought to be a creative and scientific genius. However, it did enable Max to get out of one sticky situation after another. After all, how many bad guys confiscate a spy’s shoes after he’s been captured? With these questions in mind, we’ll take a look at a handful of classic movies, and how they literally couldn’t have played out, if they had been set in a cell phone-ruled universe.
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Spirited teen Dorothy Gale runs head-on into a 19th century Kansas tornado in search of her terrier, Toto, who’s run off. Now, if Oz had taken place in 21st century Kansas, not only would Dorothy and all her relatives, farm hands and neighbors have smart phones stuck into that big front pocket of their overalls, Toto would have been stuck with a microchip by the local vet when he was just a pup, enabling Dorothy to track him via Google and changing her desperate, fumbling search for him through the cornfields into an easy search that would have taken all of ninety seconds. Cut to Dorothy: “Bad dog!” Dorothy snatches up said dog, scrambles into the storm cellar with time to spare, grabbing a piping hot biscuit for herself from Auntie Em’s fresh batch in the kitchen, and a stew bone for Toto. No conk on the head. No hallucinating about Munchkins, poppy fields and animated scarecrows. And no drug problem for the college-bound Dorothy a few years later because, let’s face it: once you’ve been to Oz, you’d wanna keep going back. And back. And back…
Former lovers Ilsa and Rick are reunited in Nazi-occupied North Africa. There is still major chemistry between the two, but Ilsa’s heart belongs to her husband, noble Hungarian freedom fighter Victor Laszlo. If Ilsa and Rick had cell phones, their first meeting never would have taken place. Think about it: a chick dumps your ass in Paris, the most romantic city on Earth, in the middle of a frickin’ rainstorm. What’s the first thing you do? You defriend her sorry excuse for a girlfriend on Facebook and get all your real buds to do the same! The minute Ilsa and Victor arrived at Rick’s Café Americana, and of course “checked-in” on Facebook, that one semi-catty female “pal” that stayed in touch with both Rick and Ilsa would inform Rick post-haste that Ilsa was in his establishment. Rick would then text Captain Louis Renault, dropping dime on the fact that the Nazi-wanted Laszlo was in his joint. Louis and his boys would arrest the hot couple on the spot, without Rick ever having to deal with them directly. End of story, with revenge served as the coldest of cold dishes on Rick’s part. Final fade out has Rick telling Sam to tinkle the ivories with the J. Giles Band classic “Love Stinks” as Rick dances with a beautiful Casablancan gal.
Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, cited by the British Film Institute as the greatest film ever made, could have played out much the same for its first half, until Kim Novak’s Madeline Elster character is “reborn” as Judy Barton, discovered by James Stewart’s ex-cop Scottie Ferguson on the streets of San Francisco. In the world of cell phones and the Internet, Scottie would have become a shut-in after the trauma of losing Madeline, spending all his time surfing dating and hook-up sites on the web and his phone. While cruising chicks on Tinder one lonely night, Scottie would have discovered Madeline/Judy’s profile, as the forlorn girl is now looking for love herself. Scottie quickly puts the pieces together via Photoshop, comparing and contrasting picks of Madeline and Judy under extreme magnification, realizing they’re one and the same. After setting up a Coffee Bean date with “Judy” using a fake Tinder profile picture, Scottie spikes her chai latte with drugged almond milk, taking her to the Golden Gate Bridge, making her confess all as she comes to. As the cops drag Judy off, Scottie throws his cell phone into the San Francisco Bay, deciding to move up to an Oregon commune where all technology is forbidden.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
“E.T. phone home!” Well, here’s the thing: if we’d had cellphones in 1982, what do you think an uber-advanced alien would’ve had at that point? He would’ve phoned home. As in post-haste. As in, “Dude, what h-e-double hockey sticks are you guys thinking?! You left me stranded!” The captain of E.T.’s ship, scared shitless that his commanding officer, who happens to be E.T.’s uncle, will find out about this, uses a top secret do-hickey to travel back in time to the point where E.T. wandered off in the first place, grabbing him and dragging him onto the ship, chastising his subordinate for being “a space cadet.” Meanwhile, Elliott, Gertie and the nice suburban family have a normal suburban life, and adopt a Golden Retriever puppy a few months later. They name him Fernando, which translates to “brave traveler,” and got the idea from a new naming app Gertie downloaded onto her iPhone 6. Entertainment – The Huffington Post
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