Monday, 28 July 2014

King's Throne by Bianca D'Arc

A woman living in secrets and hiding her true nature…..

Gina may be a medical doctor in the big apple town. What no one is aware of is that she’s conjointly tiger-shifter royalty, living in exile. Keeping her secret has unbroken her safe, however all that's on the point of modification.

A slashed soldier United Nations agency heals in a very approach that produces him over he ever was before...

Mitch is slashed and out of the action. He wakes up in a very strange place, with a gorgeous girl. Normally, not a tangle, however this girl is special. She’s a white tiger and female offspring of the lost tiger king. She’s too smart for the likes of him, however there’s associate plain spark of attraction drawing them nearer and nearer.

A love that may create the terribly earth tremble at a lower place their feet...

When evil challenges, Mitch can fight to stay Gina safe. An agonizing journey to the facet of a living volcano brings secret data and an influence none of them ever expected. Can it's enough to prevail?

Only success can keep his woman safe. And solely success can permit Gina to assert the person she really loves.

King's Throne is a must read book with magical plot and characters. 

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Rocky by Bianca D'Arc

Maggie is on the run from those who killed her husband nine months ago. She knows the only one who can help her is Rocco, a grizzly shifter she knew in her youth. She arrives on his doorstep in labor with twins. Magical, shapeshifting, bear cub twins destined to lead the next generation of werecreatures in North America.

Rocky is devastated by the news of his Clan brother's death, but he cannot deny the attraction that has never waned for the small human woman who stole his heart a long time ago. Rocky absented himself from her life when she chose to marry his childhood friend, but the years haven't changed the way he feels for her.

And now there are two young lives to protect. Rocky will do everything in his power to end the threat to the small family and claim them for himself. He knows he is the perfect Alpha to teach the cubs as they grow into their power... if their mother will let him love her as he has always longed to do.

Monday, 6 August 2012

Bianca D'Arc

A life-long martial arts enthusiast, Bianca enjoys a number of hobbies and interests that keep her busy and entertained such as playing the guitar, shopping, painting, shopping, skiing, shopping, road trips, and did we say… um… shopping? A bargain hunter through and through, Bianca loves the thrill of the hunt for that excellent price on quality items, though she’s hardly a fashionista. She likes nothing better than curling up by the fire with a good book, or better yet, by the computer, writing a good book.

Thursday, 18 August 2011


Alternanthera is a genus of approximately 80 herbaceous plant species in Amaranthaceae, the amaranth family. It is a widespread genus with a cosmopolitan distribution.

Several species are aquatic plant in habit, but most are spreading stoloniferous plants, sometimes used as ground cover. The leaves are simple and verticillate. The small white or yellow flowers are arranged in chafflike bracts, growing in the leaf buds.

Alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides), a native of South America, forms dense, sprawling mats, reaching 15 m across. It is considered a noxious weed, choking ponds, lakes, streams, canals, and irrigation ditches.

It is being suppressed through biological control with the alligator weed flea beetle (Agasicles hygrophila), the alligator weed thrips (Amynothrips andersoni), and the alligator weed stem borer (Vogtia malloi). Mechanical and chemical controls fail.

There are only a few aquatic plants in the genus Alternanthera suitable for aquarium use. They are considered difficult to grow and maintain, because they are sensitive to certain parameters of light, water, and fertilizers. The species often found in aquarium settings include A. bettzichiana, A. reineckii, A. reineckii var. lilacina, A. reineckii var. roseafolia, A. reineckii var. rubra, and A. sessilis, which is semi-aquatic.