Essential Oils Bible: The Complete Guide for Aromatherapy helps the listener to learn all about the benefits if using these oils. Despite the many articles that have been published outlining the benefits, there are those who find it extremely hard to believe that they do any good at all for the body. It is a great guide to have in the home and can help person to discover the true benefits of using aromatherapy oils.
Layla, an overweight housewife, has been feeling bored with her life lately and has lost touch with her daughter Hilary, who is away at college. When Hilary sends laundry home for Layla to wash, Layla jumps on the opportunity to do something nice for her daughter. But she soon realizes that Hilary's new clothes are no ordinary clothes! Her tits are growing larger, her hair is becoming longer and silkier, her body is becoming more beautiful by the second, and she's sucking and screwing every man in sight! Best of all, she's having the time of her life!
"Hot Hot Hot"
This book is a collection of hot and steamy stories from lonely housewives, kinky single sluts, and sultry stay-at-home moms. Broken into 100 short stories that look at the depravity and irony found within everything related to sexual relations, it is a peek into people's fantasys, past sexual encounters, and a little bit about their sexual deviance. If you're looking to read something to get you off good, and perhaps give you a smile and maybe a laugh, then this is the book for you. Or if you just need something to wet your appetite for playtime with your significant other and are looking for some sexual inspiration, you'll enjoy these stories.
"listened while cleaning the house"
Divine Perspective describes Shaun Kolich's personal quest of discovery into the deepest workings of the universe. No matter what religion you practice (if any), you can gain many valuable insights from this inspirational book. You'll learn how to get what you really want from life, improve your relationships, and experience true happiness and self-love!
One of the kindest, most loving things you can do for others is to know yourself so well that you are willing to say no to unhealthy behavior or thought patterns in them with humility instead of fear, resentment or arrogance. To be strong enough to say no when the other person is not, is to know, respect, and protect your own boundaries. Understanding your own personality helps you identify ways to work more effectively with those around you and build them up while not letting them tear you down.