Female desire, Cole decided, could never be underestimated. Whether a girl was naive, like Nurse Margaret, or a cynical sophisticate, like Melinda, if a man discovered their dark side and indulged it to satisfaction, they belonged to him thereafter. But Cole's oath - to never feel for any woman - is threatened the moment he is asked to mentor Lana. A girl who wields the ultimate feminine weapon - abosolute undemanding surrender.
Trixie, a widow, was petite, curvaceous, wealthy and sexually adventurous. Rolf, a widower, was tall, good-looking, even wealthier than Trixie and had been celibate for far too long. His son and Trixie's daughter made a handsome couple. Both relationships seemed to have been made in heaven, except that Rolf lusted after the daughter as much as he did the mother. Penny, he discovered, only looked pure. Beneath her innocent exterior, she was ten times as kinky as her mother. Penny was sweet, alright - as sweet as sin.
When one hang-up ruins her love-life, Connie tries to change and becomes addicted to showing herself off in the most immodest way she can, on webcams. A slippery slope into a world where lust rules and modesty is the only sin.
The auction catalogue read: Lot # 217. A tin trunk, circa 1860, containing a number of esoteric volumes, many with curious woodcuts, all in poor condition The trunk held the secret diaries of Sir Richard Francis Burton, soldier, spy, explorer, linguist, diplomat, master of disguise, the greatest swordsman of all time, hero, scoundrel, rake. His deeds are legendary, from single-handedly routing a score of attacking tribesmen to translating the Kama Sutra after having tested every single position it describes. Long periods of Burton's life have been shrouded in mystery. His lovely wife, Isabel, burned many of his papers, 'to protect his reputation.' Now it can be revealed that Burton's remarkable skill with the sabre was exceeded by his incredible sexual prowess. During the period of his life that he describes in The Persian Girl, he futtered his way from London to the Himalayas, coupling with two women at once, as an hors d'oeuvre, then taking his pleasure from gorgeous trios and beautiful quartets until his magnum opus - an extended orgy with a dozen female participants, with Burton as the only male. After that, saving the British Empire from a perfidious Russian plot was easy.
Until this volume was compiled, the results of the 1920 Olympics held in Antwerp, Belgium, have been far from complete. The Antwerp organizing committee typed up a report of the results almost as an afterthought because it was so financially strapped after the games. For some events only the medalists are listed, with little, if any, additional information. Very few copies were ever produced, and those few copies were in French. The seventh in a series on the early Olympics, this work fills a gap in the recording of early Olympics history by providing complete results for all competitors and all events (except for shooting, which has only partial information available). In virtually all cases, a 1920 source has been used in preference to a more modern source of information, and all details have been fully researched in contemporary newspapers, journals, and magazines and checked for accuracy by experts on various sports from all over the world.