Six of the hottest erotic short stories on the market. All in one dynamite collection. This volume contains: Ballet Lesson The Seduction of Imogen-Louise Breaking In The Billionaires Wife - The Babysitters Apology Hen Party Orgy And Sweetening the Deal
Fans of Julia Quinns Bridgerton Series and Johanna Lindseys Malory series will delight in this swoonworthy adventurous romance series with roguish heroes and feisty, intelligent heroines! Her Wicked Longing contains two new short teaser stories starring Audrey Sheridan and her maid Gillian Beaumont! What trouble can a young lady with a talent for mischief and her maid get into in just one day? His Wicked Maid- Always prim and proper, ladys maid Gillian Beaumont has never acted with wild abandon the way her young headstrong mistress does. But deep down she dreams of a life filled with love and a husband who will give her his whole heart even though she knows its impossible. With a list of chores from her mistress, Gillian is given the chance to live the life of a gentle lady, and she clings to it, knowing that soon it will be over. While wearing a dress meant for her lady, she catches the eye of a handsome earl and is swept away from her duties by his rakish good looks and charm. Heated looks in public and passionate kisses in a dark corner of a bookshop create a perfect day for Gillian to cling to when she returns to her real life... Her Wicked Lessons- Determined to learn the art of the spy trade, Miss Audrey Sheridan, finds a way to escape a dull afternoon tea by running off to the residence of an infamous French Courtesan. Hoping to improve her French for a future mission to the continent, she never expects to be caught by the one man who haunts her dreams: Jonathan St. Laurent, the former servant-turned-brother of a duke. With one penetrating look from those bewitching green eyes of his, Audrey knows shes in trouble. Unable and unwilling to confess her real reason for visiting a French courtesan, Audrey decides to convinces Jonathan shes there to learn the art of seduction. But she never expects the devilish rogue to take her lessons seriously... *Note: These are short stories of under 10,000 words that will prepare readers for Gillians happily ever after in The Earl of Pembroke and Audreys happily ever after in His Wicked Secret.
The concept of Alpha Female hasnt been so explored and referred to as what happens to Alpha Male. Therefore, isnt easy to find a common agreement about how an Alpha Woman should look like or behave. As most perspectives taken into consideration portray a negative image of what it means to be active as a woman, most end up waiting, dreaming, forgetting and giving up fighting for their rights. And, as the world evolves and changes, the gap between reality and common believes expands, leading many to despair and suffering. The need for women to be active and persistent in chasing their happiness has never been so important as now. But, in order to be fulfilled, a woman needs to become responsible for her own happiness. The role of women needs to evolve with the rest of the world, and even though women have learned this lesson well in many other areas of life, not much has changed in the field of seduction, relationships and love. But, active women take their genes into the next generation, while passive women are being drawn to extinction. The study of what it means to be an Alpha Female is not only related to behavior, appearance and relationships, or even happiness, but the whole future of mankind, because these are the women that will be ahead of their time. Nowadays, men tend to become more passive and selective, allowing their behavior to evolve with their new status, which in most cases represents a minority. And, a decrease in the number of men available leads women to problems related to competition between themselves and selection of the best available. Therefore, it becomes important to know where and how to find one, but also keep him and know which is worth choosing and having. Alpha Females have learned to be smart, quick and effective, in finding and choosing the man they want, not necessarily because they want to, but because they recognize the emergency of doing so, in order to avoid what other women reject. But, they have a clear advantage that wont share with other women, due to their typical competitive attitude, reason why a woman wont ever write a good book about this topic and all the best have been written by men, even though rarely covering a complete magnitude of the Alpha panorama, which as men they cant fully understand. This book shows the path in the most complete form possible, and many women have succeeded with its application since the first edition was published. But, its because these same women couldnt succeed with the application of many other bestsellers, that this one in particular distinguishes itself as the most efficient available today.
Leselust aber kein Buch zur Hand? 12 Inspirationen für neue Wochenendlektüre Überraschung - und was für eine! Wir haben ein zweites kostenloses eBook herausgebracht, mit 12 Leseproben aus den besten Romanen, seit Ana das erste Mal mit Christian in seinem Playroom war. Nirgendwo kann man seine Fantasien so intensiv ausleben oder in andere Welten abtauchen, wie in einem guten Buch. Das eBook enthält 12 Leseproben zu diesen Büchern: 1. Nothing less von Anna Todd 2. Lily - So sexy von Monica Murphy 3. Dark Love - Dich darf ich nicht lieben von Estelle Maskame 4. Befreie mich - All the Pretty Lies 2 von M. Leighton 5. Driven - Tiefe Leidenschaft von K. Bromberg 6. Dirty Secrets von J. Kenner 7. Untamed von S.C. Stephens 8. Blackwell Lessons - Leidenschaftliches Versprechen von S. Quinn 9. Secret Sins von Geneva Lee 10. Die Geliebte - Eleonoras geheime Nächte von Sara Bilotti 11. Rock my Heart von Jamie Shaw 12. Seduction - Begehre mich von Beth Kery
Madame Bovary takes place in provincial northern France. The story begins and ends with Charles Bovary, a stolid, kindhearted man without much ability or ambition. As the novel opens, Charles is a shy, oddly dressed teenager arriving at a new school amidst the ridicule of his new classmates. Later, Charles struggles his way to a second-rate medical degree and becomes an officier de santé in the Public Health Service. His mother chooses a wife for him, an unpleasant but supposedly rich widow named Heloise Dubuc, and Charles sets out to build a practice in a small village. One day, Charles visits a local farm to set the owners broken leg, and meets his clients daughter, Emma Rouault. Emma is a beautiful, daintily dressed young woman who has received a good education in a convent and who has a latent but powerful yearning for luxury and romance imbibed from the popular novels she has read. Charles is immediately attracted to her, and begins checking on his patient far more often than necessary until Heloises jealousy puts a stop to the visits. When Heloise dies, Charles waits a decent interval, then begins courting Emma in earnest. Her father gives his consent, and Emma and Charles are married. At this point, the novel begins to focus on Emma. Charles means well, but is boring and clumsy, and after he and Emma attend a ball given by the Marquis dAndervilliers, Emma grows disillusioned with married life and becomes dull and listless. Charles consequently decides that his wife needs a change of scenery, and moves from the village of Tostes into a larger, but equally stultifying market town, Yonville. Here, Emma gives birth to a daughter, Berthe. However, motherhood, too, proves to be a disappointment to Emma. She then becomes infatuated with one of the first intelligent young men she meets in Yonville, a young law student, Léon Dupuis, who seems to share her appreciation for the finer things in life, and who returns her admiration. Out of fear and shame, however, Emma hides her love for Léon and her contempt for Charles, and plays the role of the devoted wife and mother, all the while consoling herself with thoughts and self-congratulations of her own virtue. Finally, in despair of ever gaining Emmas affection, Léon departs to study in Paris. One day, a rich and rakish landowner, Rodolphe Boulanger, brings a servant to the doctors office to be bled. He casts his eye over Emma and decides she is ripe for seduction. To this end, he invites Emma to go riding with him for the sake of her health, solicitous only for Emmas health, Charles embraces the plan, suspecting nothing. A four-year affair follows. Swept away by romantic fantasy, Emma risks compromising herself with indiscreet letters and visits to her lover, and finally insists on making a plan to run away with him. Rodolphe, however, has no intention of carrying Emma off, and ends the relationship on the eve of the great elopement with an apologetic, self-excusing letter delivered at the bottom of a basket of apricots. The shock is so great that Emma falls deathly ill, and briefly turns to religion. When Emma is nearly fully recovered, she and Charles attend the opera, on Charles insistence, in nearby Rouen. The opera reawakens Emmas passions, and she re-encounters Léon who, now educated and working in Rouen, is also attending the opera. They begin an affair. While Charles believes that she is taking piano lessons, Emma travels to the city each week to meet Léon, always in the same room of the same hotel, which the two come to view as their home. The love affair is, at first, ecstatic, then, by degrees, Léon grows bored with Emmas emotional excesses, and Emma grows ambivalent about Léon, who becoming himself more like the mistress in the relationship, compares poorly, at least implicitly, to the rakish and domineering Rodolphe. Meanwhile, Emma, given over to vanity, purchases increasing amounts of luxury items on credit from the crafty merchant, Lheureux, who arranges for her to obtain power of attorney over Charles estate, and crushing levels of debts mount quickly. When Lheureux calls in Bovarys debt, Emma pleads for money from several people, including Léon and Rodolphe, only to be turned down. In despair, she swallows arsenic and dies an agonizing death, even the romance of suicide fails her. Charles, heartbroken, abandons himself to grief, preserves Emmas room as if it is a shrine, and in an attempt to keep her memory alive, adopts several of her attitudes and