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Ella S Triple Pleasure

Author: Anna Lores
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1509213317
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It takes three men to satisfy one woman’s needs… Single mom and massage therapist Ella Winthrop isn’t looking for a relationship. She has enough problems without risking a business that barely meets her needs. Then her world is turned upside down by three men, each offering something she isn’t prepared for—love so deep it hurts, sex so hot she’s afraid she’ll melt from the pleasure, and a future beyond her wildest dreams. Steamy businessman Cade Jackson has it all—money, looks, a giving heart, and a dominant nature—but Ella refuses to date a client even if she’s lusted after him for a year. After his brother’s death, Garrett Winthrop moves back to town opening old wounds and even darker fantasies. Dr. Derek McGregor gives her balance and understanding that speaks to her soul. All three men force Ella to question the limits of a traditional relationship.

Passionate Cravings

Author: Wild Rose Press
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1509227229
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This is a collection of sample chapters from the following novels. Finding Redemption by Desiree Holt Ella's Triple Pleasure by Anna Lores Angel's Collar by Anna Hague When You Close Your Eyes by Roxanne D. Howard Sin City Alibi by Sophia Ryan Heaven's Watcher by Kayden Claremont Highland Dom by Marie Tuhart Play A Game With Me by Cadence Vonn Kilty Pleasures by Nancy Fraser Through the Red Door by Sadira Stone Better To Marry Than To Burn by Michal Scott In Deep by Stacy Gold

The Summer Queen

Author: Margaret Pemberton
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1509841792
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The Summer Queen is an evocative and grand historical novel from Margaret Pemberton, the bestselling author of A Season of Secrets and Beneath the Cypress Tree. August 1879, Osborne House. Queen Victoria has occupied the British throne for over forty years. Bringing together her extended family from across Europe offers a chance for old alliances to be strengthened and new unions to be forged. May Teck, daughter of a Duke and Princess, is constantly reminded that she lacks the pedigree to be a true royal. Considering herself an outsider, she finds comfort in meeting two kindred spirits at Osborne; creating a bond with them that she thinks will last forever. Alicky lives in the shadow of her older siblings and has never recovered from the death of her mother. Until she meets Nicky, heir to the Russian throne, who sweeps her off to his homeland where life will never be the same again. And then there is Willy, destined to be the future Kaiser of Germany. Suffering from a birth defect, he’s always kept his true feelings locked away and all the world sees is the bombastic persona he projects. As shifting forces of power send warning ripples across Europe, an unavoidable war looms on the horizon . . .

Yeraki S Promise

Author: A.C. Ellas
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 1487414978
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A Rovani will do anything for his family.

The Coast Of Chance

Author: Esther Chamberlain
Publisher: Sai ePublications
ISBN: 1300471840
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Flora Gilsey stood on the threshold of her dining-room. She had turned her back on it. She swayed forward. Her bare arms were lifted. Her hands lightly caught the molding on either side of the door. She was looking intently into the mirror at the other end of the hall. All the lights in the dining-room were lit, and she saw herself rather keenly set against their brilliance. The straight-held head, the lifted arms, the short, slender waist, the long, long sweep of her skirts made her seem taller than she actually was; and the strong, bright growth of her hair and the vivacity of her face made her seem more deeply colored. She had poised there for the mere survey of a new gown, but after a moment of dwelling on her own reflection she found herself considering it only as an object in the foreground of a picture. That picture, seen through the open door, reflected in the glass, was all of a bright, hard glitter, all a high, harsh tone of newness. In its paneled oak, in its glare of cut-glass and silver, in the shining vacant faces of its floors and walls, there was not a color that filled the eye, not a shadow where imagination could find play. As a background for herself it struck her as incongruous. Like a child looking at the landscape upside down, she felt herself in a foreign country. Yet it was hers. She turned about to bring it into familiar association. There was nothing wrong with it. But its great capacity suggested large parties rather than close intimacies. In the high lift of its ceilings, the ample openings of its doors, the swept, garnished, polished beauty of its cold surfaces, it proclaimed itself conceived, created and decorated for large, fine functions. She thought whimsically that any one who knew her, coming into her house, would realize that some one other than herself had the ordering of it. She glanced over the table. It was set for three. It lacked nothing but the serving of dinner. She looked at the clock. It wanted a few minutes to the hour. Shima, the Japanese butler, came in softly with the evening papers. She took them from him. Nothing bored her so much as a paper, but to-night she knew it contained something she really wanted to see. She opened one of the damp sheets at the page of sales.

Nineteenth Century British Music Studies

Author: Bennett Zon
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ISBN: 9780754606413
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These articles are taken from the Second Biennial Conference for Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, held at the University of Durham. The topics covered include: a study of music in late-19th-century English monasteries; works on psalmody and on Cathedral music at Durham, Westminster and Christ Church, Dublin; opera and oratorio; issues of reception and performance; nationalist and political sentiment in music; art and poetry and their relation to music; and the variation tradition in British instrumental musical at the end of the 19th century. One of the main objectives of this series is to place music in the context of 19th-century Britain - in other words, to show how music formed an influence not only within its own sphere, but also within other artistic and cultural activities of the period.

A Fatal Passion

Author: Michael John Sullivan
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
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Draws on correspondence and journals to trace the life of Grand Duchess Victoria Melita.