A young fashion journalist's life is turned upside down when the man she had an amazing one night stand with years ago becomes her boss.
Sophie Scaife almost ran away once, trading her ticket to college for a ticket to Tokyo. But a delayed flight and a hot one-night stand with a stranger changed her mind, putting her firmly on track to a coveted position at a New York fashion magazine.
When the irresistible stranger from that one incredible night turns out to be her new boss – billionaire and publishing magnate Neil Elwood – Sophie can’t resist the chance to rekindle the spark between them… and the opportunity to explore her submissive side with the most Dominant man she’s ever known.
Neil is the only man who has ever understood Sophie’s need to submit in the bedroom, and the only man who has ever satisfied those desires. When their scorching, no-strings-attached sexual relationship becomes something more, Sophie must choose between her career and heart… or risk losing them both.
Sex in a car, in a dirty bar, and even right there on the street! Three erotic tales of naughty encounters in public places by award-winning author Giselle Renarde. Giselle’s erotica has appeared in nearly 200 prestigious anthologies like Best Lesbian Erotica and The Big Book of Submission. Let Giselle tell you a bedtime story (or three) and hot dreams are sure to follow!
Included in this audiobook are the following short stories written and read by Giselle Renarde: Spite Sex, Bad Behaviour and Could Have Been Any Girl.
Angela is off to stay with grandpa and grandma for a week. They are not
her true grandparents, being the parents of her stepfather but she has
grown up calling them grandpa and grandma none the less. She imagined
they will be the quiet and reserved old folks she had always imagined
them to be, but they have a bizarre rule that she must never leave her
room under any circumstances after nine.
Two young people, the epitome of young masculine and feminine beauty, fall in love at first sight, but their union is forbidden by the tyranny of their guardians and of geography itself, for they live on opposite sides of the Hellespont. To enjoy one night of love, Leander dares to swim this formidable strait, unluckily meeting the god Neptune along the way. Unaware of the resentment he has aroused by rejecting the advances of this old queen of the sea, the lad gains the shore and, once past the shock of appearing naked on his lover's doorstep, finds his way into her bed. There the young couple, although ignorant of the facts of life (Hero is a "nun" in the temple of Venus!), discover "all that elder lovers know" by (awkward) trial and (hilarious) error. The unfinished poem ends with one lover having fallen out of bed, the long return journey across the Hellespont still to come and an angry Neptune lying in wait. Although George Chapman continued the poem after Marlowe's death, this reading is of Marlowe's original only. (Summary by Thomas Copeland)
Val Hastings, assisted by her do-gooder cousin Sarah Cline, is shanghaied into driving their Aunt Rose across the US to visit her son. What begins as the trip from hell turns into a sexy adventure when they find themselves sharing the interstate with a mysterious, leather-clad biker. Aunt Rose and Sarah are convinced he’s up to no good. But after Val catches him pleasuring himself at a rest area, and he offers her some steamy help to make her journey more enjoyable, she’s convinced he’s her tasty saviour.
Is Hawk, the biker, a murderer, a free spirit, or something else? Whatever he is, animal attraction wins out over caution, as he joins the ladies for a cross-country romp that keeps Sarah and Aunt Rose nervous and Val hotter than her overheating engine.
Payton has been dropping hints to her Uncle Ryan, a family friend, for the past two years since she turned 18. What started out as an innocent crush has evolved and she has one chance to prove it. Challenge accepted
This erotica short story will turn your lunch break from meh to oh yeah!
The novel describes the life of a young man living through the revolution of 1848 and the founding of the Second French Empire, and his love for an older woman. Flaubert based many of the protagonist's experiences including the romantic passion on his own life. 'I want to write the moral history of the men of my generation—or, more accurately, the history of their feelings. It's a book about love, about passion; but passion such as can exist nowadays—that is to say, inactive.'
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