Judge Gerard Hobson has married the former Jewel Miss Sapphire—now the perfectly respectable Mrs. Sadie Hobson. How to celebrate this joyous event? Why, with a wedding night neither of them will forget.
This short story picks up where His Sapphire (The Jeweled Ladies #4) ends, with Judge Hobson and Miss Sapphire reunited and beginning their happily-ever-after in a honeymoon suite with a big bed, a wedding dress, and rope. Lots of rope.
Content Warning: Rope. Lots of rope. This story also includes flogging, more rope, submission, a joyous D/s reunion and the promise of a long, happy marriage where everyone gets exactly what they want.
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"One of the most amazing erotica series I have ever read." - Erin Penn, Goodreads
Kenneth Lund realized his business success and amassed wealth could not get him out of this problem, a problem he had brought on himself. And, on top of everything else, Kenneth was addicted to sex - though he would never admit it.
Faced with the biggest tragedy of his life, he knew he had to turn his life around and change his old habits and egocentric ways. He began by setting out to save the planet and decided to register with the Blue Marble Club, drawing on the only connection he had: Jessica’s best friend, Clarissa.
He was determined to place all his energy and interests on saving the endangered species. But at every turn was an opportunity to get back into the lifestyle - including reconnecting on Callisto Akantha. Its motto, "Be audacious - Have sex", offered everything Kenneth wanted and more.
Discontent is all too common in the modern world. As a result, all too many people look toward sex as the means of satisfaction. Recreational sex and sex addiction is a growing concern, likely also spurred by the numbers of Internet sites offering it all. However, partaking in such activities all too often comes with a price tag - sometimes much higher than one is prepared to pay.
The Victorians may have attempted to show the world they were upright, strict and full of virtue but much of this thinking has been subverted by their erotic and pornographic writing. With a vast Empire to organise and rule Victorians authors also had a wealth of new locations in which to have their characters fornicate in their written erotic adventures. These purveyors of erotic literature were no slouches when it came to getting their materials into the hands and minds of others. They used one of the great tools of the day; the literary magazine. Engagingly in the great tradition of literary magazines who serialised many wonderful books the Victorians had their own pornographic magazine which ran for eighteen monthly issues from July 1879 to December 1880. That seems to be quite some enterprise when you consider just the business side of printing and distribution of it whilst one presumes the law was casting its beady eyes at you. On the literary side it managed to print six serialised novels with Miss Coote’s Confession or The Voluptuous Experiences Of An Old Maid being one of them as well as many short stories and a whole host of other minutiae including ballads, poems, limericks, jokes, witticisms, puns, ditties all in textures from refined to coarse. This Victorian erotica, as the title suggests, is initially recounted by May and starts with her loss of virginity to her tutor at boarding school at age 16, although she had already been sharing sexual awakenings with her girlfriend at school. Soon all three of them are sexually active together whilst at the school. Other young girls relate their stories which involve incest, flagellation and being sexually active at a much earlier age. May marries an older man who dies leaving her a fortune as well as a 9 year old girl who May's lover plans to deflower. This is a bawdy tail with plenty of colourful details on a wide range of sexual practises aimed to please.
Julie Burchill is a renowned journalist and prolific columnist whose provocative opinions and observations sometimes create controversy and division but always make for compulsive reading. Her first novel, the bestseller Ambition, have these same ingredients and more as she elevates the sex and shopping formula to an erotic, witty and imaginative account of Susan Street’s exploits to reach the top. Wild orgies in exotic locations and political intrigue at home expose a fashionable jet set world that our heroine conquers on her journey propelled by her desperate unyielding and enduring ambition. Accomplished actress Georgina Hale gives a reading that captures the provocative and sexy mood in indomitable style.
After a series of unfortunate events, Yvette is ready to give up on life. And so she jumps off a bridge, thinking that by doing so she would put an end to everything.She thought wrong.To her surprise, she wakes up to find herself in a strange room with a strange man, a man with exotic looks who claims to be a prince. At first she fears him, but with his touches and his unusual devices, he teaches her that there are pleasures worth living for…WARNING: This 4,754-word (about 24 pages) short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes including erotic BDSM content and may be too much for some readers to handle!
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
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