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Steam Books, Crystal White
BONUS! This ebook contains a preview of the hot story "She Punishes Him" by Carly Katz. Joey is a masochist and Kori is a sadist. They have been friends for years, and there have been plenty of jokes about Kori dominating and "torturing" Joey, but they've never made good on it. When Kori realizes that Joey is having some problems and just feeling down in the dumps and his mind is all over the place, she decides it's time to make good on their jokes to help him relax. WARNING: This 3,753-word story is a steamy read that features hot sex, kinky BDSM action, dominant females (femdom), bondage, whips, spanking, hot wax, ice play, friends becoming lovers, biting, and may be too hot for some readers to handle!Show book
My Lives and Loves - Volume 2
Frank Harris was born appropriately on February 14 in 1856 in Galway, Ireland. After some schooling in Wales he ran away in late 1869 to the United States in late 1869, arriving in New York City working on a succession of menial jobs to support himself including a boot black, a porter, a general laborer, and a construction worker who worked on the Brooklyn Bridge. From New York Harris moved to the American Midwest, settling in Chicago, becoming a hotel clerk and eventually a manager. On the advice of cattlemen he thought a career as a cowboy might be more to his liking. He quickly tired of this and enrolled at the University of Kansas to study law and earned a degree, gaining admission to the Kansas state bar. He married three times and the first of these was in 1878 to Florence Ruth Adams, who died the following year. Harris was not cut out to be a lawyer and soon decided to turn his attention to literature. He returned to England in 1882 and then to cities in Germany, Austria, France, and Greece on his literary quest. He had a brief stint as an American newspaper correspondent before settling in England to seriously pursue journalism. Harris became the editor of a series of London papers including the Evening News, the Fortnightly Review and the Saturday Review, the last-named having H. G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw as regular contributors. From 1908 to 1914 Harris concentrated on working as a novelist, authoring a series of popular books such as The Bomb, The Man Shakespeare, and The Yellow Ticket & Other Stories. As World War I began to envelop Europe Frank returned to the United States. From 1916 to 1922 he edited the U.S. edition of Pearson's Magazine, a popular monthly which combined short story fiction with socialist-tinted features on current news topics. Harris became an American citizen in April, 1921. In 1922 he travelled to Berlin to publish volume 1 his best-known work, his autobiography My Life and Loves. It is notorious for its graphic sexual descriptions and for its exaggerated accounts of his literary adventures and his role in history. Harris also wrote short stories and novels, two books on Shakespeare, a series of biographical sketches in five volumes under the title Contemporary Portraits and biographies of his friends Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. His attempts at playwriting were less successful: only Mr. and Mrs. Daventry (1900) (which was based on an idea by Oscar Wilde) was produced on the stage. Frank Harris died on August 27, 1931 at age 75 in Nice, France of a heart attack. Here we publish Volume 1 of His Autobiography – My Lives and Loves – whilst certainly exaggerated it is indeed a fascinating and vivid depiction of his encounters – erotic and otherwise.Show book
The Nunnery Tales
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The Perfumed Garden
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Innocence In Chains
When a maverick filmmaker befriends the bewildered Kirsten, he wants her for himself and intends to break BillyÕs fierce grip on her body and soul. A confused Kirsten is torn, and when the extremes of life with Billy leave her frightened, sheÕs on the verge of rebellion. But can she tear herself away from the depraved passions that run deep, or will she run back to Billy begging for the kind of rough love he promises?Show book
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Steam Books, Lauren Battiste
Simone Parker, a frazzled, slightly neurotic schoolteacher from Illinois breaks down on the road en route to a family reunion that she would rather not attend. With a dead cell phone and very little traffic on the road, she’s forced to wait for a Good Samaritan to come to her aid. She gets more than what she bargained for when she meets Matthew Copeland, a widower firefighter from the next town over. From his courteous disposition, sparks of sexual tension and passion fly, leading to a remarkable night the two would never forget. WARNING: This 5,818-word tale is a steamy read that features explicit content and may be too hot for some readers to handle!Show book