Dylan knew how demanding Preston Ashcot was with his employees, yet had no idea he placed the same demands on his sons, withholding approval and love until his definition of perfection had been realized which was impossible for any human being to achieve. He hated old man Ashcot though he never let it be known either by deeds or words for fear of losing the beloved ranch he had come to regard as his own. This new insight into old man Ashcot’s true self served only to heighten Dylan’s hatred of him. He had stripped his own son, the man that Dylan now loved, of his very soul. Dylan would do whatever he could to make Brandon feel loved, and he would try as best he could to restore his self-esteem.
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4:Play – A contemporary cocktail of erotic short stories
4:Play captures the deliciousness of sexual fulfillment, the adventure of conquest, and the mystery of unexplored territory.
Among these progressive stories, a brother and sister try to make sense of the sexual love they share; a demure young woman encounters an incubus; and two friends strike up a stimulating discussion that acts as the perfect aphrodisiac.
With a scope and style that is fresh and compelling, 4:Play dives into the depths of navigating gender, sexuality, and the lines of desire.
About the Author
Jess believes that the erotic nature of human beings continues to evolve, along with the human species itself. She is currently 1/4 of the way through the first draft of her next book.
Her website is www.jesscscott.com.
Bring some laughter (the good, non-pointing kind) back into your bedroom and find out why the whole sex thing is even more fun than you thought it was! In these 36 short stories, articles, and guides you’ll visit the world’s most honest singles bar, enjoy Valentine’s For One, see what happens when mountain folk make porn, and find out why it’s vitally important to stop saying that things suck.
A note from the author: if you enjoy stories about humiliation, domination, infidelity, deviant sexual perversions, or mans inhumanity to his genitalia, you are so in the wrong place. “Giggling Into the Pillow” is full of hysterically funny erotica and bizarre essays, and, much like the author himself, is guaranteed to get a laugh in bed.
Finally — a book about sex that’s funny on purpose. — Cathy Winks, co-author of The New Good Vibrations Guide to Sex
It’s more like what you’d get if Mad magazine was published by a nudist colony headed by Mel Brooks… — Debra Hyde, PursedLips.com
The story of one man’s sexual obsession, miscommunication and heart break with “the love of his life”. And of him ultimately finding true love.
Kevin meets Alexandra and instantly falls head-over-heels in love with her. He knows she is the love of his life, but can not understand her casual interest in him. He tries to make her love him as passionately as he loves her. But discovers that you can not make someone fall in love with you, no matter how much you give of yourself.
How can he understand her feelings when he can not understand his own? How can he make her love him when he does not understand what love really is? Their relationship is doomed from the start.
Then Kevin meets Jasmine.
Jasmine shows Kevin just what true love really is. And through her he finds out just how much you might have to give if you really love someone.
Contains scenes of an explicit sexual nature.
Sheryl Banks decided to start this diary of …(well she doesn’t know yet, LOL) Join her on her journey to find what every woman wants: a man. A good man! Her life isn’t that exciting, but she think it’s sure to keep you on your toes (smiling wickedly).
I don’t know if I would call myself a whore. Maybe a freak, though it all just seems so nasty to admit, but not nasty to be one. LOL.
I wasn’t always like this. Matter of fact, I didn’t lose my virginity until I was twenty-one, around my birthday and it was with my best friend. Rick and I had been best friends since sixth grade. He even dated my first best friend, Monica.
Journalism instructor on the outside, unrepentant hippie within, Paul Wilson signs on at a startup newspaper to track down rumors that Bush and Cheney had advance warning of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Two other reporters accompany him to Washington: adventurous Debra, demure but braless, and the more conservative Caitlin, a young Persian-American who plays Candide to Wilson’s Martin. Extracts from Caitlin’s letters and diary (partly recorded in transliterated Farsi) alternate with third-person accounts of the investigation.
To get results, Wilson also has to work with two Arab-American reporters. Only he doesn’t trust them, isn’t sure whether the tales they relay are truth or lies. Though witness after witness corroborates the tale of a conspiracy involving the Vice-President and members of the Saudi royal family, it takes threats from two rogue FBI agents to convince him.
Still, it would be as misleading to characterize Conspiracy as an expose of the corruption and ineptitude of the Bush administration as to describe Cabaret as the story of the Nazis’ rise to power. For above all, Conspiracy is a novel about people, of the relationships among the reporters and those they encounter during the course of their investigation.
Blue Root is a serialized humorous, erotic, science fiction romance novel in which a networkable, programmable sex toy nearly takes over the world.
No, really, it’s funny, sexy, futuristic and there’s lots of romance in it…plus the iPhone of fancy schmancy sex toys!
Businessman/programmer Bradley March and store clerk/high profile hacker Jeuley Crissin join forces and fall in love while cultivating Blue Root’s innovative technology.
During that process—well, after she’s kidnapped—Jeuley discovers that Blue Root’s inventor, Ordal Laverock had intended to take over the world by addicting everyone to his product and then controlling them. His evil empire must be stopped! Brad rescues Jeuley and Jeuley rescues the world, ensuring a global happily ever after.
Warning: This book contains adult content. If you’re not 18 years of age or older, do not follow the link.