Paris in the 1920s: It is a city of intoxicating ambition, passion, art, and discontent, where louche jazz venues like the Chameleon Club draw expats, artists, libertines, and parvenus looking to indulge their true selves. It is at the Chameleon where the striking Lou Villars, an extraordinary athlete and scandalous cross-dressing lesbian, finds refuge among the club's loyal denizens, including the rising photographer Gabor Tsenyi, the socialite and art patron Baroness Lily de Rossignol, and the caustic American writer Lionel Maine.
"A Spectrum of Acceptable Truths"
If you like teasing lesbian stories, seductive lesbian fiction and arousing lesbian erotica, you will love this.
Freshly sprung from witch jail, Winnie Foster just has to fulfill the conditions of her parole and she's home free. Too bad that parole takes place in Paris. (Texas!) Where she'll work at a school for the magically inclined. (KIDS!) And be forced to endure the ex who's one of the very reasons she landed in the pokey to begin with. (GAH!)
Amanda's editor had asked her to investigate the seamy underbelly of the airline industry. It wasn't exactly Watergate, but it promised to be interesting. Amanda found herself in a five-star Dubai hotel, knocking briskly on the door of a rather beautiful stewardess with whom she had chatted on the flight from London. Amanda had a boyfriend back in London, where she had grown up, but there was something about this girl that intrigued her.
"Awesome lesbian scene"
"Armed Man Arrested at Disneyland Paris
" is from the World section of The New York Times. It was written by Daphné Anglès and Hannah Olivennes and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"As Paris Attacks Unfolded, Players and Fans at Soccer Stadium Remained Unaware" is from the November 15, 2015 Sports section of The New York Times. It was written by Sam Borden and narrated by Paul Ryden.
"French Officials: Manhunt in Europe for at Least 1 Suspect 'Directly Involved' in Paris Attacks" is from the November 16, 2015 Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet and William Branigin and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Griffin fans have waited years for the return of his rousing stories of the OSS, and now, at last, aided and abetted by his son, William E. Butterworth IV, Griffin has brought back his iconoclastic heroes in a brand-new adventure.
Set against the backdrop of the Nazi occupation of World War II, The Hôtel on Place Vendôme is the captivating history of Paris' world-famous Hôtel Ritz - a breathtaking tale of glamour, opulence, and celebrity and of dangerous liaisons, espionage, and resistance.
When the glamorous Mrs Dipple offers Becky and Savita a place to study for their college exams, she also offers a limitless supply of drinks and cookies. It seems too good to be true. Mrs Dipple positions herself on a chest-of-drawers and Savita, as she lies on the bed studying with the shapely and popular Becky, finds herself tempted into showing her hostess a glimpse of the white panties under her own black dress.
"Good Piece For the Genre"
Kay Thompson's beloved Eloise books have never been available on audio...until now! To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the first Eloise book, Kay Thompson's estate personally chose Bernadette Peters to narrate the very first Eloise audiobooks. Two New York City icons unite in The Eloise Collection, four classic Eloise stories: "Eloise"; "Eloise in Paris"; "Eloise in Moscow"; and "Eloise at Christmas Time" together in one amazing audio compilation.