Bethany Boudreaux is tired of being a damn peasant. Her mother, a born again human who rejects her witch bloodline, has kept Beth secluded and ignorant for most of her life. Beth wants to eat, preferably twice a day. She'd like a grand home, with a fully stocked bar. She's tired of eking out an existence while the rich freaks get all the breaks. She'll do anything to claim what is, by law, hers. She needs help, lots of it, because paperwork can be a bitch.
Antonio and Megan have a timeless issue. They were told to stay away from each other. They try, they really do. But they are drawn to each other. Antonio is 18 and the up and coming mob boss of Palmetto, New Jersey. Megan is a girl uprooted from the grassy plains of Ireland at the age of five. Now she's 17 and faced with horrors she never thought existed.
"Audiobook is even better than the book in print."
I've been in Professor Stevens' class for a semester. He's brilliant, severe, and hot as hell. I haven't been particularly attentive, prepared, or timely, but he hasn't said anything to me about it. I figure he must not mind and intends to let me slide. At least I thought that was the case until he told me to stay after class today. Maybe he'll let me off with a warning?
Trish has never felt insecure about her looks, desires or feelings. In this book she shares with us her many erotic stories of mutual shared pleasure.
"Sensual, Sexy Fun"
Antonio and Megan are running. Running away. Megan's father told them to. Antonio and Megan fly to South Bend, Indiana. They are hiding out at Notre Dame until it's safe to come home. But will it ever be safe with the line of work Antonio and Megan's father do? There is no escaping the mob. It's part of your existence!
Warning: These stories were written to unlock your darkest fantasies and innermost desires. They are not for the faint of heart and are not your average erotica. They are not suitable for someone under 18 years of age. Listen at your own risk...or delight!
"Creatures of Simple Delights"
Nadine Scott, a high-powered attorney from Manhattan, returns to her childhood home in the small town of Maxon to settle her great aunt Molly's estate. Aunt Molly was her only relative and had lived in the same home for her entire 105 years. Nadine knows that the task of preparing the property to be sold, after disbursing all of its contents, is going to be an emotional task requiring at least a month or two of her time. She discovers that David Maxon, her high school sweetheart, has also suffered a recent loss.