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Sleeping Beauty – read online free book series
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Author:A.N. Roquelaure, Anne Rice, First Book Publish:1982 Books in series: 4 Avg. Book Rating:7 Characters: , Tristan, Beauty The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty (Sleeping Beauty Book 1) First published: December 31st 1982Rating: 6.56 stars GoodReads:The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty Review: I am not sure how I feel about this book. On PAGE 3 the sex and degradation begins and it continued-page after brutal page. I am not a prude by any stretch, I just think this is not the book or subject matter for me. The sub/dom theme is just a little much for me as it is presented in this book–especially since there seems to be little to no relief for the submissives. To answer the review question, “What I Learned from this book”–Well, I learned that being a submissive 24-7 seems to really suck with a capital “S”. The book was successful at making me feel a number of emotions, being turned on was not one of the emotions. More like angry, sad and repulsed…and let’s not forget disturbed. Very disturbed. I can see the interest in sub/dom, bdsm if it is played out like it is in Lover Unbound–you know where you play the role and then…

Syndicate – read online free book series
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Author:Jules Jones, Alex Woolgrave, First Book Publish:2005 Books in series: 3 Avg. Book Rating:7.5 Characters: , Allard Allard, William Vaughan The Syndicate: Volumes 1 & 2 (Syndicate Book 1) First published: November 19th 2005Rating: 7.6 stars GoodReads:The Syndicate: Volumes 1 & 2 Review: When making life hell for the poor twitching users isn’t any fun for the sysadmin, what’s a geek to do? Run away to space, of course. Allard’s current job is a nightmare. He’ll do anything to find another job — including joining the slightly nutty crew of the Mary Sue, who have an even more malevolent attitude to traditional management structures than he does. The crew and joint owners of the spaceship Mary Sue were looking for an IT expert who shared their political ideals. That’s not Allard, but that doesn’t bother him as long as he’s left out of it. He’s just looking for a working environment where he likes the people and the job. He’ll be pleased if they like him in return, although he’s not betting on it. Now Allard’s stuck on a spaceship with another very hunky man-and he’s about to discover that even wise-cracking geeks like him have sex lives. And thanks…