Welcome to volume three of the Sex Slaves series. Welcome to the Abused. Introducing four more tales of abduction and forced submission, of a life of sexual servitude. Where your Master must be served well...or else suffer the consequences! We tell of distant lands with palaces of depravity where young virgins are deflowered; of islands with hidden dungeons and torture chambers; and a cabin deep in the woods where no one will hear you scream.
It was like a fairy tale. A handsome misunderstood prince with more money than he knew what to do with, and he wanted her. A plain bookworm with a penchant for numbers. She should be happy, right? Then why couldn't she get that cocky grin out of her head and her heart?
Brian Bedford's hugely successful one-man show is both an actor's celebration of Shakespeare and an act of Shakespearean scholarship. Bedford explores the emotion and psychology behind Shakespeare the man as well as Shakespeare the playwright.
Jenny Blake has a theory about life: big decisions often don't amount to much, but little decisions sometimes transform everything. Her theory proves true the summer she's 14, when she makes the decision to pick up a penny embedded in asphalt and consequently ends up stopping a robbery, getting a job, and meeting someone who changes her life forever: Miss Shaw.
Sarah Harper is driven, pursuing happiness in all the wrong places. She wants to do good and not hurt the people she loves, including her son, Mitchell, and her husband, Joe. But her drive to succeed overrides all else. It's not until she faces a chance encounter with heaven and spends time with the grandmother who prayed for her every day when she was a little girl that she begins to see how her own mother's bitterness created a hole in Sarah's life--a hole she has been trying to overcome for as long as she can remember.
"I thought this was a GREAT BOOK"
On the voyeuristic island of Nuan, where sex is D/S and exotic, we find James Martin Halstead, bookkeeper and trainer of the best submissives on the planet. He is worried about his finest submissive, Laura, who has turned 30 and will have to submit herself to a special ceremony for Nuanese women; The Beheading. Crieger, a local crime boss and leader of a cult that uses women in hedonistic ceremonies, has come to Halstead seeking a submissive to use in an upcoming dark ritual that will involve a sacrifice.
One morning 14-year-old Alex wakes up to find himself in the wrong bedroom, in an unfamiliar house, in a different part of the country. Six months have disappeared overnight. The family at the breakfast table? Total strangers. And when he looks in the mirror, another boy’s face stares back. A boy named Philip, known as Flip. Unless Alex finds out what’s happened and how to get back to his own life, he’ll be trapped forever inside a body that belongs to someone else. Martyn Bedford’s debut novel for young adults is fearless and fast-paced....
Aloysius 'Spider' Webb fixes time machines for a living. He hates his job; he hates his life, and hates time travel even more. He simply wants to get on with his life. He's a hard working Australian bloke - a good man in a bad situation who is willing to do almost anything to regain his self-respect and the affection of his nearly ex-wife, Molly; a mad sculptress on her way to international fame and fortune. Spider's life and his world are changing.
Since her divorce from Eric, Hilary has done everything she can to control life for herself and her son, Seth. Beneath a calm surface, she is terrified of failing Seth. She’s worked hard to raise him on her own, and she’s succeeded—he’s now set to graduate from high school and enroll at Emhurst College with a full scholarship.
Shiv's younger brother, Declan, died while their family was on holiday in Greece. Shiv doesn't know how to live any more - she is tormented by guilt. Now she finds herself at the Korsakoff Clinic, undergoing a most unorthodox therapy, which is often painful. The clinic must help her find a way to live again. But first, they will make her face what really happened to her brother.
David Bedford on apples, Molly Birnbaum on mushrooms, Tunde Wey on his Blackness in America dinners, Molly Yeh on her new cookbook
Die Jahre, bevor in Europa die Lichter ausgingen, sind merkwürdig unterbelichtet geblieben. Kein deutscher Erzähler, mit Ausnahme von Thomas Mann, hat uns einen großen Gesellschaftsroman hinterlassen, der uns diese reiche, ahnungslose, schwer begreifliche Zeit fühlbar machen könnte. Nicht zufällig ist es eine Emigrantin, gebürtig in Berlin, aufgewachsen zwischen Deutschland, Frankreich und England, die diese Lücke geschlossen hat...