Unspeakable Proposal is an erotic tale about two women, one man and a whole lot of hot sexy drama. What would you do? Would you share your marital bed with another woman for any reason? Well, this woman did. Hope and John Sabin have been happy married for five years. They have an extremely active sex life and like to keep things interesting in the bedroom. Props, role play, tools and fantasy reenactments are not taboo in the Sabin house. They are an insanely rich couple and have everything in life they could ever want except a baby.
After five years of trying to conceive naturally they are given the bad news that Hope cannot conceive or carry a child. Sure they could adopt or hire a surrogate mother, but even that is a complicated. The problem is that Hope is opposed to adoption and John is opposed to a surrogate. At thirty five years old and desperate, Hope does the unthinkable. She contracts Quanique a bisexual college student, to have a threesome with Hope and her husband, in hopes of conceiving a child. The trouble with this plan is that Quanique develops some plans of her on and John, Hope’s husband is completely unaware that there even is a plan. See how this saga unfolds when two women have designs on one man and one baby and one fortune. Who will triumph in the end? What would you do? Would you share your marital bed with another woman? This is an erotic romance novel and not intended for anyone under the age of 18. This book contains strong language, adult situations and explicit sex scenes.
Glück sei ihm nur beschieden, falls er 'die Welt ins Reine, Wahre, Unveränderliche heben kann' notierte Kafka 1917 in seinem Tagebuch. Auch wenn er selbst sich mit seiner Erzählkunst an diesem Wunsch gescheitert sah - die ungeheure und anhaltende Wirkung seiner Prosa spricht für sich. Diese Ausgabe präsentiert alle zu Lebzeiten erschienenen Erzählungen des weltberühmten Prager Dichters sowie die von Max Brod aus dem Nachlaß herausgegebenen Prosastücke, deren faszinierende poetische Kraft bis heute ungebrochen ist. --anacondaverlag.com
Poems by Leonard Cohen translated into Dutch by Remco Campert. The first part consists of poems already published in Leonard Cohen: Selected Poems 1956-1968, the second part consists of poems from the unpublished work Songs of Disobedience.
The mystery of the authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews has been the subject of end debate. The only comprehensive book on the subject, Priscilla's Letter is a scholarly examination of this puzzling New Testament question. Ruth Hoppin presents a meticulously researched case in support of the theory that Priscilla -- a woman who was a leader in the early church and an associate of Paul -- is ultimately the only suspect who meets all the qualifications for the authorship. Originally published in 1997, Priscilla's Letter disappeared from the market after only five months of promotion and general availability. The author became convinced that her publisher deliberately suppressed the book, presumably under pressure from religious extremists who regard the concept of female authorship of any part of the Bible subversive and intolerable.
Short Story (4880 words) Genre(s): Erotic Fantasy, Gay, Romance Dan is trying to live an ordinary life, well as ordinary as you can in the Kingdom. He has a good job working in the Library of Stories, even if his boss is a little flat—he is a magic mirror, after all. Then one day, Dan slips up and utters two little words—five tiny little letters—that are about to spin his story around and fill it with colour and laughter—and a Fairy Godmother. Who is a man. A man who sparkles. (M/M - For content labels and excerpt, see details on publisher's site.)