Book Review: Hubby to Hussy: Pegging My Cross-dressing Husband – Adverbs! How do they work?!

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“Luckily, he was already so lithe and feminine in stature…”

Hubby to Hussy: Pegging my Cross-dressing Husband (Locations 118-119)

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Coming Soon: Book Review – The Secret

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I am interested to see how an author approached this sort of genre without bad language and violence, while ensuring that the story remains intriguing.

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Book Review: Pteromantyls – Are they Nars or are they Whals?

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“The pteromantyl was about four feet long with large bat-like wings and olive green skin. Its legs were bird like, bending backwards at the knees. Its arms, torso and face were like a human’s, but with a beak for a nose and its head was pointed in the back with horse-like ears. It looked half human and half pterodactyl.”

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Book Review: Green River Blend – More than just a cuppa Joe

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“It sounds like liquid crack,” Betty said and immediately regretted it.

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Book Review: Pipeliner – White boy 90s Nostalgia

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“Krissy pinched a nostril and snorted a big line while Allen held her hair. She came up with her eyes wide, wriggling her nose and blinking a lot. Allen bent over sniffing and then sat back with little change.”

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Coming Soon: Book Review – Green River Blend

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Nothing exciting ever happens in a small town…

Especially in the sleepy Florida beachside stretch known as Hammond Beach, nestled between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine. Free from corporate businesses and a slew of tourists descending upon the quaint former fishing village, Hammond Beach is like a painting.

Locals run the businesses on Main Street. Even when a new coffee shop opens, the owner hires only Hammond Beach locals, including manager Betty. She’s born and raised in Hammond Beach and knows everyone.

But when the latest and greatest coffee is put out, Green River Blend, strange things begin to happen to the residents of Hammond Beach…

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Book Review: Falling Free – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

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Looking objectively at his actions, she had a hard time finding anything to fault. He’d called her a couple of times and left messages, first to check on her and then later to reschedule. Not enough to be pushy, more persistent and out of concern. She didn’t know why she hadn’t returned his calls, except she remembered the way he’d looked at her when they reached the bottom of the mountain. She wasn’t sure what it meant, but she was pretty sure it was safer not to find out.

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