The waifish Lisle has been a sex slave, serving the reclusive Baron Brauer at his estate located in a remote woods outside Washington DC. When sheÕs not collared, caged and used by her master and his friends, she roams the vast estate like a feral child. When Brauer dies after an extended illness, his heirs hire the BaronÕs friend Marcus Rathburn to purge the estate all traces of BrauerÕs perverted lifestyle. Slaves scatter, dungeons are dismantled, and the contents sold at auction, which leaves the elusive Lisle the sole remnant from BrauerÕs kinky life. After several unsuccessful attempts to remove the wild girl from the property, Marcus enlists the help of his friend Daniel Broc, a former mercenary who once ran a slave trading operation in the Middle East. He gave up that life two years before and now lives in Georgetown while working for the Pentagon. Though dominating women still comes naturally to the rugged sadist, he no long wants anything to do with owning slaves. At the Brauer estate, Daniel finds Lisle to be a puzzling creature: vulnerable, impulsive and stubborn. Though she puts up a fight, heÕs able to extract the girl, which is all that Marcus asked for. However, the Domme who agreed to take her is totally unprepared for the silent, moody slave. Convinced that the situation is headed for disaster, Daniel decides to keep her until Marcus can find a better arrangement. Daniel and Lisle are misfits in polite society, mirror images of the other in their sexual passions. Although Daniel resists becoming this girlÕs master, he knows thereÕs no one more capable of handling the explosive and secretive female. Their tempestuous relationship is fraught with sexual tension, which sends them hurling into the extremes of sex they both love and need. However, DanielÕs houseguest is far more than she first appears. HeÕs shocked to learn that Brauer sold her before he died, money was exchanged, and now the buyer is out to find his missing property.
What began as a steamy weekend fling is about to change their lives forever. When Lindsay receives a mysterious invitation to live out her most illicit fantasies, she thinks it's her best friend playing a joke. Little does she know, the invitation is from someone else. Someone who knows her deepest desires…and intends to fulfill them. Erik is a man of many secrets, and he intends to keep it that way. When he invites Lindsay to his mansion, he thinks it's just for a steamy weekend fling. But from their first night together, there's an inexplicably deep connection that shakes him to his core. And with Lindsay in his arms, he feels both thrilled and unnerved. As Lindsay brings his fantasies to life, he's unwilling to let her go. But can he tell her how he knows her deepest desires, and will she stay with him if she learns the truth? You're invited…to explore your most forbidden desires with ILLICIT from author Opal Carew.
It was just a prank I didn't want to be a part of. I never meant to hurt anyone, least of all Johann Weir. You wouldn't know that he sells literature for a living. He has these wild eyes—eyes that light something up in me—and he must be twice as big as me with strong, warm hands. Hands I try not to imagine everywhere.
He scares me. And thrills me.
But now, the deed is done, and I have to face the consequences. He says he just wants to hold me here until the police come, but it's been hours and I'm still here.
Chained to a pipe in his back room like a prisoner.
The only person I have to talk to is Johann, and all I have to say are secrets I didn't know I was keeping. Dark, shameful secrets—secrets that involve the metal around my wrist and him standing over me. But I can’t stop. I need him to know everything. I need him.
Johann has his own secrets—ones he wants to tell me too. And more than anything, I want to listen. And maybe, before he sends me away, he’ll punish me.
Just a little.
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.
Jackie has been thrown two thousand years into the future, where she finds that almost nothing is the same. In this future sex is the biggest past time and they've found ways to increase its enjoyment. Aliens abound and space is the final frontier.
Explore a hidden world of erotic fantasies, where the greatest pleasures are stolen and the fiercest passions are untamed . . . For years, Callie Taylor has been obsessed with two things: a man she can never have and escaping to Paris, where she can follow her artistic passions. But everything changes when Callie meets Wes Thorne, a wealthy, mysterious art collector and famous dominant. Despite all the nights she's spent dreaming of another man, it is Wes's predatory gaze that suddenly consumes her every thought and sets her body on fire. One touch from him promises unforgettable passion, but Callie knows that passion often comes with a price . . . From the moment he sets eyes on Callie, Wes is intrigued by her artistic talent and her delightful innocence of all things erotic. A stolen kiss leaves him aching and desperate to claim her in a way he's never wanted any woman. But first he must convince her to surrender her control. And what better place to seduce an artistic soul like Callie's than Paris?Book 3 in the Surrender series
She worked in a vegan bakery. Tattoos, piercings, plaid shirt, tight jeans. Her black hair was always tied back in a bandana, which made her look like some kind of pin-up princess. She brought me coconut macaroons one day, special delivery. You’ll never believe what happened next. I barely believe it myself. Who’d have guessed two girls on one block could harbour the same desire for such a forbidden act?
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