In this scorching collection, you'll find sex that pushes boundaries. If you ever fantasized about being taken by a man who wasn't afraid he was going to break you, you'll love this collection. With rough sex with strangers, first anal sex, gangbangs, and more; there's sure to be something you love. Warning: This audiobook contains graphic sex that is rough in nature. This includes rough anal sex, rough group sex, rough double penetration, and more. Only adults should listen to this collection. 1. I Want to be Manhandled: Rough Sex Erotica by Lolita Davis 2. Tortured by the Teacher: A Tale of Domination and Submission by Kathi Peters 3. Lesson Learned: Domination and Submission Erotica by Lolita Davis 4. Bent Over on Deck: A Very Rough Anal Sex with Stranger Erotica Story by Amber Cross 5. Gangbang Reunion A Very Rough Group Sex Erotica Story by June Stevens 6. Hard Knocking at My Back Door: A Very Rough First Anal Sex Short by Mary Ann James 7. The Girl Who Bites: by Alice J. Woods 8. Rough Bondage Threesome: A Public Sex Erotica Story by Missy Allen 9. Hot Wax Cold Ice: Angry Sex Erotica by Lolita Davis 10. Librarian in Bondage by Missy Allen 1. Language: English. Narrator: Layla Dawn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/028057/bk_acx0_028057_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When librarian Poe Markham takes the job at Thornchapel, she only wants two things: to stay away from Thornchapel’s tortured owner, Auden Guest, and to find out what happened to her mother 12 years ago. It should be easy enough-keep her head down while she works in the house’s crumbling private library and while she hunts down any information as to why this remote manor tucked into the fog-shrouded moors would be the last place her mother was seen alive. But Thornchapel has other plans for her...As Poe begins uncovering the house’s secrets, both new and old, she’s also pulled into the seductive, elegant world of Auden and his friends-and drawn to Auden’s worst enemy, the beautiful and brooding St. Sebastian. And as Thornchapel slowly tightens its coil of truths and lies around them, Poe, Auden, and St. Sebastian start unraveling into filthy, holy pleasure, and pain. Together, they awaken a fate that will either anoint them or leave them in ashes....From the author of the USA Today bestselling New Camelot series comes an original fairy tale full of ancient mysteries, lantern-lit rituals, jealousy, money, murder, sacred torment, and obsessions that last for lifetimes....A Lesson in Thorns is the first of four books in the Thornchapel series. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sara Ormenyi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/154799/bk_acx0_154799_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A serial killer stalks the streets.... Shawnee Daniels - computer forensics specialist/hacker for RPD by day, cat burglar by night - always believed her "fearlessness rules" mantra would keep her on top and out of jail. When she hacks a confiscated hard drive at the Revere P.D., she focuses on a white-collar criminal accused of embezzlement. To teach him a lesson and recoup the funds she breaks into his massive contemporary in Bear Clave Estates. Jack has even more secrets, deadly secrets, secrets worth killing over. A cat burglar picks the wrong house to rob.... Shawnee thinks she made it out clean until a deadly package arrives at her door soon after. He's found her. As a glowing eagle taunts her Skype screen, Jack tells her she stole his precious trophy box - and he wants it back! Their lives collide.... When her "helpful" best friend convinces her to date charismatic Detective Levaughn Samuels, her two worlds threaten to implode. Ordinarily Shawnee keeps a firm line between her professions, but dating Levaughn might help her get this psycho off her tail. And now, no one is safe.... In this lightning-fast-paced psychological thriller of secrets and lies, Shawnee juggles being stalked by a serial killer, dating the lead detective on the case, and tap dancing around her librarian best friend. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrea Emmes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/098780/bk_acx0_098780_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A collection of five mixed and varied erotic short stories. 'The Florist' by Eva Hore: Melissa is determined to have her way with John the hunky Florist. With a plan in mind, she arrives late one evening to pursue her intention. As Melissa embarks on her seductive task, events take a very sudden and unexpected twist. 'A Lesson for Victoria' by Angela Meadows: Dispatched by her Father, Victoria arrives at a school for young ladies nestled high the Tyrol. It soon becomes clear that she has been sent to be educated as a lady. As the first evening session in the curriculum unfolds, it's soon apparent to Victoria that her two-year attendance will be extremely hands on. 'Story Telling' by Jim Baker: Reality and imagination become entwined in a series of carnal encounters. A lecturer stumbles upon some raunchy extra-curricular activity in the University lecture hall, whilst a Librarian offers a personal and energetic critique of an author's work. 'Beautiful Sin' by Penelope Friday: Two friends meet again after a period of prolonged absence and cordially acknowledge each other. The reality is that both Catherine and Elizabeth share a passion that the world must never know. Against a backdrop of strict moral codes, their true feelings would see them incarcerated and separated forever; their lust for each other deemed a sin. 'The Spying Game' by Roz MacLeod: It’s the height of the Cold War and the nation is on its guard against the spectre of foreign espionage. When Sandi, a top agent in the Secret Service is called before Control, she is presented with a mission to uncover a possible double agent. Determined to safeguard the Nation’s secrets and using the cover of an erotic dancer, Sandi embarks on her wild and raunchy assignment, using every vice at her disposal to catch her target. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katy Anderson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/summ/000319/bk_summ_000319_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Designed for any librarian who needs to teach either one person at a time or an entire class, How to Teach is a stand-alone guide to becoming proficient in teaching users how to access, evaluate, and use information. Covering both face-to-face and online teaching and learning, the book: -gives you just enough background on learning theory, how to plan good instruction, and how to deliver it. -helps you assess the advantages and disadvantages of face-to-face and online instruction and selecting the best mode for your content. -Illustrates instructional strategies to employ and provides model lesson plans for creating online and face-to-face instruction. -highlights ways of using individualized instruction either by itself or as a complement to other teaching. Examples include how to create LibGuides and videos. -features lesson plans with step-by-step instructions and hands on ways to create objectives, present activities, and evaluate instruction. This book is designed for all librarians and library staff who teach as part of their role and library school students new to teaching.
'A very cute and memorable little book about the power of gratitude and taking the opportunity to stop and observe the world around you.' - Rogene Carter (Educator) 'This picture book strikes a wonderful balance between dreaming about possibilities and also being accepting and welcoming of what you already have right in front of you. It encourages readers to imagine and wonder, but also to appreciate and be still. I love the variety of ways to look up and the different things to see. I also love that it ends with questions that would lead right into discussions/activities whether you are using this book for storytime, for a lesson or for your own kids at home. It&#8217;s a picture book that could be used to inspire adults and coworkers as well.' - Christie Belle (Educator) ''When I Look Up' is a beautiful picture book that encourages children to view the world around them. In an era where screens demand our attention and our heads are constantly tucked down, this picture book addresses the need to commune with nature, explore the world, and participate in outdoor play and imaginative games.' - Jenna Mueller (Librarian)
Meet Fearne Fairy! She loves to sing and fly but is hopeless at landing! Come on this next exciting adventure in Whimsy Wood with Fearne and the delightful woodland folk, in which sharing and teamwork play a crucial role in solving Fearne's dilemma..... REVIEWS 'This is a warm and lyrical spring tale, in which Fearne Fairy teaches some mischievous bunnies an important lesson. Whimsy Wood is a magical setting, filled with perky woodland characters.'- Sarah Hillier, County Children's Librarian, Wiltshire, UK. 'I loved Fearne's singing in this magical book. My new rabbit will be called Raspberry!' - Millie Westmacott, 5 years. 'A great bedtime story full of magical creatures and fluffy bunnies.' - Freya Love, 8 years. 'I love Fearne Fairy as she's funny and friendly, clever and wise.' - Ella Evans, 6 years. 'Fearne Fairy and the Dandelion Clocks is a hot, buttered crumpet of a read; full of coziness and kindness.' - Beck Stubbs, Principal of Easton Royal Academy, Easton Royal, Pewsey, Wiltshire.
Become An Excellent Sought-After Substitute Teacher! In this handy toolbox of reproducible and usable resources for substitute teachers, you'll find these classroom management forms and fun activities to make your day run smoothly: Substitute Teacher Checklist Classroom Rules Welcome Poster Starter & Filler Activities Hall Pass Form Award Certificates Improvement Opportunity Slips and Incident Reports Substitute Teacher Daily Report Use the Substitute Teacher Checklist as your reminder to get the classroom organized with your name on the board, review the teacher's lesson plans, and display your rules. Post your Classroom Rules, and greet the students at the door with your Welcome Poster. Use one of the Starter Activities to get those students working when the bell rings. Does somebody need the bathroom? Use the fun Hall Pass Form to begrudgingly hand out bathroom breaks to students. Did a student do something great? Leave an Award Certificate for the teacher noting the kudos. Is there trouble in paradise? Fill out and leave Improvement Opportunity Slips and Incident Reports to note student bad behavior. Do you have dreaded extra time at the end of a class period? Use one of the many Filler Activities to keep everyone working right up until the final bell. Track your day's activities and schedule on the Substitute's Daily Report Form. Finally, summarize your day for the teacher and leave specific notes about seating charts and lesson plans and other comments about the wonderful learners. They'll beg you to come back again and again as their beloved, favorite, prepared, organized, knowledgeable, and fun substitute teacher. The teachers will too. This Book Is: Substitute Teacher-Tested! Classroom Teacher-Approved! Principal-Endorsed! Staff-Rebuked! Librarian-Lambasted! Custodian-Criticized! Lunch Lady-Savored! IT Specialist-Denounced! Student-Ignored!
At the heart of the 51-title Discover America State by State set is the comprehensive, printed Teacher's Guide. Designed around the needs of the busy teacher and librarian, the Guide contains: - Sample lesson plans geared toward differentiated instruction- Complete lessons for teaching each state book, including pre- and post-reading activities- State-by-state comparisons- Correlation charts to national content standards for social studies and language arts- And much more!