Book Review: Attack of the Cheetah Ninjas – Where the syntax is made up and the tenses don’t matter!

Attack of the Cheetah Ninjas

“Boldly, Elena reclines on her back, supporting her weight with one elbow, and begins to wipe down her torso. She splashes water onto her stomach and then swipes upwards, around and over her breasts, fingers brushing ever so lightly against her nipples. She tilts her head back and to the side, baring her throat in a universal sign of submission.”

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Book Review: Spanking Surprise at Quinham College – Gird your loins, ladies!

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“I won’t tell a lie, then, it’s you. It’s you I’d love to spank right on your lovely big ass.”

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Book Review: The Red Tent – One woman, Four mothers, Twelve brothers

I first read this book when I was about 16, and it has stayed with me ever since. I have re-read it countless times and recommended it to scores of friends. This is an historical fiction novel, a genre that does not usually tickle my fancy. I only really started paying attention to the genre when I read Margaret George’s novels. Continue reading

Book Review: Louisiana Longshot – A Miss Fortune Mystery

Louisiana Longshot

Let me start by saying that I have never been to the South but it’s definitely on my list of destinations. I have met quite a few individuals from Georgia, Mississippi and New Orleans, and this has re-enforced my need visit the South. There is something endearing about the drawl of the accent and the wit that seems to be inherent within each southerner I’ve met and the books I’ve read. Continue reading