Leesa Harker’s fabulous Dublin-based parody of 50 Shades tells of the adventures of Dutchie-swigging Maggie Muff, who meets Mr Big at the Labour. Tall, dark and ridesome he may be, but his interests are far from conventional, and when he introduces Maggie to the Red Room of Pain she realises that she may have bitten off more than she can chew.
If you’re looking for books like 50 Shades of Grey, but want something funnier, filthier and set in the heart of Dublin, this is the perfect book for you. The inspiration for the sell-out play, starring Emma Barry.
It should have been simple. Easy come, easy go, and in between, atonement.She was not who I would have chosen. Gwen was delicate and lovely: a former model with a ruined life, living loudly in the quiet of the Smoky Mountains, healing injured bears. When she laid her hands on me, she healed me too. That's how it began. That's where it went wrong.I knew she could never be mine. But I sinned. I sinned.Contains mature themes.
Me and my husband’s love-life has started to suffer recently and I’m keen to spice things up for him. At forty-two I don’t feel as spritely as I used to, but my husband seems as virile as ever. I decide to let him into my salon one Friday night and have our new-starter Teri take care of him. She’s half my age, twice as pretty and—it turns out—way naughtier than I could ever be.I give my husband the gift of her and sit and watch as she does things to him I never could. Treat him for me, Teri, and let me clean up the mess afterwards.
A horny young woman spending time at her aunt’s home thinks she is alone in the house and decides to play with herself. She gets caught by a friend of her aunt who joins in and shows her the fun an older woman can give her.
This story is a work of fiction and contains sex scenes and is suitable for adults only. All characters are fictional and are 18 years or older.
A rebellious goth begins to suspect that her father's new girlfriend isn't all she seems. She only visits at night time and has a remarkably pale complexion, but it is only when she notices two bite marks on her unsuspecting father's neck that her worst fears are realized. She is a vampire who has been feeding off of her father's blood for weeks without him knowing. She promises to keep the secret on the condition that the lusty vampire uses her body as well.
This story is a work of fiction and contains sex scenes and is suitable for adults only. All characters are fictional and are over 18 years old.
Once banned in several countries, this classic novel about a torrid love affair touches on themes of class, romance, and industrialization. Lyric and sensual, D. H. Lawrence’s last novel is one of the major works of fiction of the twentieth century. Filled with scenes of intimate beauty that explore the emotions of a lonely woman trapped in a sterile marriage and her growing love for the robust gamekeeper of her husband's estate. The most controversial of Lawrence’s books, Lady Chatterley’s Lover joyously affirms the author’s vision of individual regeneration through sexual love. The book’s power, complexity, and psychological intricacy make this a completely original work-a triumph of passion, an erotic celebration of life. “Nobody concerned with the novel in our century can afford not to read it.”—Lawrence Durrell, author of the Alexandria Quartet “The greatest imaginative novelist of our generation.”—E.M. Forster, author of Howards End
Woman on woman. Man on man. Bisexuality. Flexible. Queer. Some have never questioned whether they’re gay. Others are in a straight marriage with kids by the time the thought of their best friend suddenly makes their nipples erect, or the touch of a best bud makes their cock hard. This is a collection of erotic short stories from Cupido. The collection contains following short stories:t"The girls were on holiday as señor and señora and it felt as if the orgasm had come from Heaven itself." Kris and Kristine by Louise P. It was early morning in the girls’ dorm. Agnes kept her eyes shut, sensing the light breathing around her. The sleeping girls. The sounds. The smells." - The Girls’ Dorm by Ronja, Oslo "It got even more exciting when the girls had P.E. - even if she did actually like men." - The P.E. Exam by Ravi Vinter
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