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Book Summary: Alpha (noun): 1) Having the highest rank in a dominance hierarchy 2) The most powerful man in a group3) Liam Black He was a stranger to me, a dark and dangerous presence who materialized from the shadows one rainy night to save me from a vicious attack. I didn't know his name or where he was from. All I knew was that the only place I'd ever felt safe was in his arms. But safety is an illusion. And not every savior is a hero. And-as I'd soon find out-having an alpha save your life comes with a price. Liam Black wanted something from me in return.
Book Summary: An explosive new novel of love, lust, and obsession from bestselling author J.T. Geissinger. Five years ago, my fiancé disappeared. He left me with a wedding dress I'd never wear. Left me with the kind of scars that can't be healed. The man I built my future on vanished like a ghost. All that remained were my broken heart and unanswered questions. Until a mysterious stranger arrives in town. Tall, dark, and dangerous, Kage is as full of secrets as he is sex appeal. Though I know he's hiding something, I'm drawn to him like a moth to flame. The intensity of our connection is addictive, unlike anything I've ever felt before. Heat crackles between us with every look, desire flares into passion, and I fall hard, helpless to resist. But when I discover how he's tied to my fiancé's disappearance, I learn what happens when you fly recklessly into fire: You get burned.
Book Summary: Anti-hero (noun): 1) A powerful and charismatic man lacking moral character 2) A magnificent bastard 3) Killian Black You don't know me. You think you do, but you don't. The only thing you know is my name, and even that's a lie. I'm king of Boston, lord of criminals, ruler of an underworld empire.Or am I? Only one thing's for sure: I operate alone. Until I cross paths with a brazen little thief who sets my whole kingdom on fire. Just as two wrongs don't make a right, two villains don't belong together. Especially since she's the daughter of my most deadly enemy. Taking her would start a war. Keeping her would be suicide. Making her mine would break every code of honor and defy all common sense. Then again, where's the fun in following the rules?
Book Summary: Life in the well-manicured London locale of Hexam Place is not as placid and orderly as it appears. Behind the tranquil gardens and polished entryways, relationships between servants and their employers are set to combust. Henry, the handsome valet to Lord Studley, is sleeping with both the Lord's wife and his university-age daughter. Montserrate, the Still family's lazy au pair, is helping to hide Mrs. Still's illicit affair with a television actor--for a small fee. June, the haughty housekeeper to a princess of dubious origin, is hard at work forming a "society" for servants to address complaints about their employers. Meanwhile, a disturbed gardener, Dex, believes a voice in his cellphone is giving him godlike instructions--that could endanger the lives of all who reside in Hexam Place. A deeply observed and suspenseful update to the upstairs/downstairs genre, The St. Zita Society is Ruth Rendell at her incisive best.
Book Summary: After his stepfather nearly ruins both his family name and business, Damien Fiorenza becomes suspicious of everyone--except for his long-time partner, Ethan Lord. He doesn't trust people in authority, much less the woman who weasels her way into his walled-up heart, alongside his lover of fifteen years.Ethan dislikes his empathic abilities, especially since they allow him to feel his mother's indifference toward him, her only son. Damien, however, has always made Ethan feel needed, appreciated, and protected--but he can't voice what Ethan is desperate to hear. Falling for their new secretary is unexpected, but she encourages and supports him in ways Damien won't.Shaylia Bright's father chose his secret family over her and her mother. Ever since, she's striven to be the best she can be, unable to stomach being second best. Although an office romance is taboo, she can't deny the passionate chemistry among the three of them and finds herself drawn to both her bosses.A dark and deep secret from the past forces Damien to raise his defenses. Haunting revelations tear everyone apart, dooming Shaylia to second best and Ethan to an incomplete life. Wrought with insecurity and stubbornness, can they find the courage to accept parts of their painful past in order to forge a path together, toward a happily ever after?*Warning: menage sex (MMF), m/m sex, anal sex, double penetration
Book Summary: Half-shifter Shaya may hold a submissive role in her wolf pack, but she refuses to let an Alpha male interfere in her life. When Nick refuses to claim her as his mate, she runs off to hide among the humans. Nick can barely control his urges for Shaya, but knows his degenerative brain condition will ultimately destroy him. Yet when she runs away he pursues her-- and discovers Shaya's feisty and passionate side in the process....
Book Summary: This is not a comprehensive study of every sexual quirk, kink and ritual across all cultures throughout time, as that would entail writing an encyclopaedia. Rather, this is a drop in the ocean, a paddle in the shallow end of sex history, but I hope you will get pleasantly wet nonetheless. The act of sex has not changed since people first worked out what went where, but the ways in which society dictates how sex is culturally understood and performed have varied significantly through the ages. Humans are the only creatures that stigmatise particular sexual practices, and sex remains a deeply divisive issue around the world. Attitudes will change and grow – hopefully for the better – but sex will never be free of stigma or shame unless we acknowledge where it has come from. Based on the popular research project Whores of Yore, and written with her distinctive humour and wit, A Curious History of Sex draws upon Dr Kate Lister’s extensive knowledge of sex history. From medieval impotence tests to twentieth-century testicle thefts, from the erotic frescoes of Pompeii, to modern-day sex doll brothels, Kate unashamedly roots around in the pants of history, debunking myths, challenging stereotypes and generally getting her hands dirty. This fascinating book is peppered with surprising and informative historical slang, and illustrated with eye-opening, toe-curling and meticulously sourced images from the past. You will laugh, you will wince and you will wonder just how much has actually changed.
Book Summary: 'Nick Bryant is brilliant. He has a way of showing you what you've been missing from the whole story whilst never leaving you feeling stupid.' – Emily Maitlis 'Bryant is a genuine rarity, a Brit who understands America' – Washington Post In When America Stopped Being Great, veteran reporter and BBC New York correspondent Nick Bryant reveals how America's decline paved the way for Donald Trump's rise, sowing division and leaving the country vulnerable to its greatest challenge of the modern era. Deftly sifting through almost four decades of American history, from post-Cold War optimism, through the scandal-wracked nineties and into the new millennium, Bryant unpacks the mistakes of past administrations, from Ronald Reagan's 'celebrity presidency' to Barack Obama's failure to adequately address income and racial inequality. He explains how the historical clues, unseen by many (including the media) paved the way for an outsider to take power and a country to slide towards disaster. As Bryant writes, 'rather than being an aberration, Trump's presidency marked the culmination of so much of what had been going wrong in the United States for decades – economically, racially, politically, culturally, technologically and constitutionally.' A personal elegy for an America lost, unafraid to criticise actors on both sides of the political divide, When America Stopped Being Great takes the long view, combining engaging storytelling with recent history to show how the country moved from the optimism of Reagan's 'Morning in America' to the darkness of Trump's 'American Carnage'. It concludes with some of the most dramatic events in recent memory, in an America torn apart by a bitterly polarised election, racial division, the national catastrophe of the coronavirus and the threat to US democracy evidenced by the storming of Capitol Hill.