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A Dangerously Sexy Secret — Stefanie London
Rhys Glover’s new neighbour is the sexiest woman he’s ever seen. He quickly learns she’s also free-spirited and impulsive — the total opposite of his own personality. They should be like oil and water. Instead, the chemistry between them is like oxygen and flame.
But when Rhys’s next assignment for Cobalt & Dane security leads him right back to Wren, Rhys begins to walk on the line of ethics and desire. He believes he can trust Wren, but can he trust himself when he’s with her? And if she is keeping her own secrets, will he be able to walk away?
The Mighty Quinns: Tristan — Kate Hoffmann
Lawyer Tristan Quinn could charm any woman, so he’s certain he can convince three elderly women to sell their artists’ colony to a developer. He poses as a writer to gain their trust. But then he meets Lily Harrison — the ladies’ sexy, quirky niece — and Tris realises he got more than he bargained for…
Lily can smell a lawyer a mile away and she needs to expose him. One piece of clothing at a time — until he’s naked and they’re at each other’s hungry mercy. She can’t trust him and definitely can’t fall for him. She just needs to keep her friends close…and her enemy much, much closer!
About the Authors
Kate began reading romance in 1979 when she picked up a copy of Kathleen Woodiwiss’s Ashes in the Wind. She read the book from cover to cover in one very long night and was immediately hooked on the genre.
The next morning, she was standing at the door to her local Waldenbooks and when they opened, she hurried inside and asked for everything else written by Woodiwiss. At the same time, she found wonderful books by Rosemary Rogers, Laurie McBain, and Jennifer Blake.
Nearly 10 years later, while working as an advertising copywriter, Kate decided to try writing a romance of her own. After a history of interesting jobs in teaching, retailing, advertising, and nonprofit work, she was determined to add romance author to that list.
After numerous failed attempts over three years, Kate decided to forget writing historical romance and turned to category romance. Six months later, her first story, A Vagabond Heart, was finished. A year later, Harlequin bought the book after Kate won the national 1992 Harlequin Temptation contest. The book was published in 1993 as Indecent Exposure.
Her dream of adding romance writer to her resume came true and in December of 1993 she turned off her alarm clock, shredded her pantyhose, and became a full-time writer. Since then, Kate has written numerous books for Temptation, Weddings by DeWilde, Harlequin anthologies, Love and Laughter, and Duets.
Kate lives in southeastern Wisconsin in a cozy little house in a picturesque village. Two cats also live with her — Tansing, a grumpy Himalayan, and Tibriz, a tortie Persian mix that she rescued from an animal shelter. She enjoys gardening, golf, reading, and romantic movies.
A voracious reader, Stefanie has dreamed of being an author her whole life. After sneaking several English subjects into her ‘very practical’ Business degree, she got a job in communications, but it wasn't long before she turned to romance fiction. She lives with her husband in Melbourne and has enough books to sink a ship. She frequently indulges in her passions for coffee, perfume, high heels and zombie movies. By night she writes sexy, contemporary romances for Harlequin.
The history of sexual morality in Ireland has been traditionally associated with repression. In the last two decades, however, repression seems to have given way to its exact opposite. But where did this "repression" originate? And how can we account for this sudden and sweeping transformation in sexual mores? Based on solid ethnographic and historical analysis of sexual morality in rural Ireland, augmented by comparative data from Papua New Guinea, and being informed by from Freud's emblematic concept of repression, the author draws new conclusions that not only apply to the specific case of his Irish material but shed new light on the specific nature of an anthropological approach to the study of human societies.
Sirenor Sinner?With her long blond hair and flowy skirts, Rhys Glover's new neighbor is the sexiest woman he's ever seen. He quickly learns she's also free-spirited and impulsivethe total opposite of his own personality. They should be like oil and water. Instead, the chemistry between them is like oxygen and flame.But when Rhys's next assignment for Cobalt & Dane security leads him right back to Wren, Rhys begins to walk a very fine line between ethics and desire. He believes he can trust Wren, but can he trust himself when he's with her? And if she is keeping her own dangerous secrets, will he be able to walk away? "
Presents labelled, pop-up illustrations that contrast big and little, left and right, long and short, and heavy and light baby bugs.
About the Author
David A. Carter is a master paper engineer who created the Bugs series which has sold over 6 million copies for Little Simon . He is the author and illustrator of the critically acclaimed color series featuring One Red Dot, Blue 2, 600 Black Spots, Yellow Square, and White Noise. He lives in Auburn, California, with his wife and two daughters.
The Diary of an Ordinary Chinese Woman's Transformation from an Obedient Asian Wife to a Masochistic Chink Slut: I'm a 29 years old, slim, petite, well-educated Chinese woman. Even though I still look very young compared to other women of my age, especially compared to white women, biologically I'm approaching the peak of my sexuality. But I'm married to a worthless Chinese husband who can't fulfill me and every day and night I fantasize of being sexually dominated by a real man, a White man-whenever I fantasize about sex, it's inevitably a White man, always, even in my dreams I dream of a dirty old White man just stripping me naked, beating me, tying me up, whipping me mercilessly with his belt, and then-use me, brutally, treat me like a dirty yellow cum dump. I can't help myself and I really wish someone could help me fulfill my unfulfilled sexual desires that are burning me alive. Call me his chink cum dump, his oriental meat urinal, rape me, torture me, beat me, humiliate me. I yearn for this kind of treatment. And for a long time I had struggled with those bad evil thoughts because they were un-feminist and un-liberal, but then I thought, if I am really equal to men, I should never be ashamed to admit those feelings, because men have no problem with expressing their sexuality so why should I? And men curse, yell, scream, and society is perfectly ok with that, but should I as a woman be held to a different standard?
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