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Daddy and the Hot Tub : Daddy's Anal Virgins 8 (Incest Taboo Anal Virgin Daddy Daughter First Time Creampie Rough Sex Squirting Erotica)

Daddy and the Hot Tub : Daddy's Anal Virgins 8 (Incest Taboo Anal Virgin Daddy Daughter First Time Creampie Rough Sex Squirting Erotica)

Daddy's booked a secluded lodge for my birthday treat, but Mommy couldn't make it. When we find out the place has a hot-tub, we strip off and jump right in, but when the bubbles come on they begin to have an effect on me. Pretty soon I'm all over Daddy and he's about to put his cock somewhere it really doesn't belong! Read about our squirting, anal adventures inside!

The Circle of Wounded Souls

The Circle of Wounded Souls

Rising from the depths of poverty and despair, Jim Richards fought his way through the hell of Vietnam, to engage in even more deadly combat to defend his family. With his adopted brother and family of friends, he not only endures the loss of his beloved Mary, but overcomes the deep emotional scars of an abused childhood and the Vietnam War.After destroying the threats to his family, Richards, with the help of his brother, builds an incredible business empire with the sole purpose of using his riches to help the poor, the neglected and abused. However, he is kidnapped by the Cuban Navy while on his honeymoon, and now faces the greatest challenge of his life.

Seaside Glitter

Seaside Glitter

A young family is devastated and left reeling by the loss of their grandparents and parents in a tragic accident. Exploration of Grandfather Ramsay’s attic uncovers the 1796 diary of Grace Ramsay. The handwritten pages offer a fantastic tale of ghosts, lost treasure, and family connections that have long been lost. John is quick to discard the diary’s contents as the over active imagination of a young girl in a new land. His young wife and brother search for something more in the diary.Determined to learn more about the diary, the two believers set off to explore the original family homestead in East River, Nova Scotia—a small community of hearty fishermen that is a stone’s throw away from the town of Chester and fabled Oak Island. Soon enough, they find themselves retracing the footsteps of Grace’s father and uncle, the brothers who once told the terrifying tale of staring directly into the eyes of Hell’s Master. How could the written stories of a young girl from two hundred years ago be connected to the lives of John, Richard, and Lyndsey?Join the adventure to find out.

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Ariel will need all her charms to finagle her way out of the hornet’s nest she’s fallen into. Somewhere in the jungle is her soulmate, Coridan. A man without pride, a man without faith — a man without a people, who has all but given up hope on the future. All she has to do now is figure out how to find him, restore his faith in himself, and convince him they’re meant to be together. Not an easy task, probably impossible, but then again she’s the Seer. Deep in the heart of the jungle, evil has come… It wants the Atlantean people and the secrets they hold. It will stop at nothing to obtain its goal. All that stands between Professor Donald Rumsinger and the Atlantean people are a woman they call the Seer and an outcast.They are an unlikely pair that must forge a bond in order to survive. In the heat of the night, passions explode.Redemption is found.In the end, no one will walk away unscathed.   ***Previously published by Ellora's Cave. Has been re-edited.***

Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones

Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones

When Cam and Eric go on a field trip to the museum with their fifth grade class, Cam—with her photographic memory—makes an interesting discovery: dinosaur bones are missing from one of the exhibits. When no one believes them, they decide to catch the thieves themselves. As they stake out the library, a mysterious milk truck stops by. Cam knows something is wrong. The logo on the truck does not match the logo on the milk carton they drank from at lunch. The game is afoot! Will they find the missing dinosaur bones when they follow the truck to a neighborhood house, or just a truckload of sour milk? Award-winning author David A. Adler is a former New York City math teacher. In addition to writing the Cam Jansen series, he has authored more than 100 books for children, including science and math text books, as well as biographies of world-famous historical figures.

Claimed by the Alphas: Part Two

Claimed by the Alphas: Part Two

After a heated confrontation between the two alphas, Mila realizes that teaching them to share her is a pretty lofty goal. As she begins to have major doubts about her place in their world, it’s up to Asch to show her why she is just the woman his pack needs. Caim never wanted to like Mila, but now that he’s had her, he wants her all to himself. But after a hard lesson, he has to face the fact that he may not be able to give the human everything she needs on his own. Can the pair of dominant alphas really share Mila? And if so, is she ready to take them both on? This is the second book in a Werewolf BBW serial, approx. 50 pages each. It is not a standalone. This book is intended for readers 18+ and comfortable with menage romance, profanity, and life in the wilderness.

Fight Against Publishing Notices In Newspapers Persists

Fight Against Publishing Notices In Newspapers Persists

As classified advertising has shrunk for newspapers, public notices from government agencies still appear

The Rozzers

The Rozzers

Part three of The Rozzers series of short stories.Having been authorised for solo patrol, rookie police officer PC 424 Burden takes to the streets of Cambridge to learn how to police the streets alone, to arrest crooks and to try and make his mark, often with hilarious and sometimes terrifying results.Curious of what life is really like for an unarmed UK cop? One for the Road shows you the highs and lows of patrolling Britain's unpredictable streets in a short yet entertaining read.

Fusion Fiasco

Fusion Fiasco

Steven B. Krivit's Explorations in Nuclear Research three-book series (Hacking the Atom, Fusion Fiasco, Lost History) describes the emergence of a new field of science, one that bridges chemistry and physics. The books give readers an understanding of low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) research and its history and provide a rare behind-the-scenes look at the players and personalities involved. The books present the results of in-depth historical research and draw on formerly inaccessible archives to describe what occurred in the research that has been mistakenly called "cold fusion." Fusion Fiasco, written for scientists and non-scientists alike, covers the period from 1989 to 1990, and tells the most accurate and complete story of the 1989 to 1990 "cold fusion" conflict. Relying heavily on archival records, the book documents one of the most divisive scientific controversies in recent history. The book explains why credible experimental LENR research emerged from the erroneous idea of room-temperature fusion, as claimed by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at the University of Utah. Fusion Fiasco:• Presents the first look behind the scenes at what actually occurred in the 1989 Department of Energy "Cold Fusion" review.• Reveals details of a little-known but crucial scientific workshop that took place at the National Science Foundation headquarters in 1989.• Describes, for the first time, Edward Teller's prescient insight about these reactions, based on what he learned at that NSF workshop.• Shows evidence of numerous confirmations of neutrons, tritium, and excess heat from around the world within months of the Fleischmann-Pons announcement.• Reveals that Nathan Lewis, credited with debunking Fleischmann and Pons' excess-heat measurements, never published a scientific paper with that critique.• Provides evidence, courtesy of Frank Close at Oxford University, that shed new light on the accusations that Fleischmann and Pons had manipulated a gamma-ray graph.• Clarifies facts regarding the accusations that Steven Jones, at Brigham Young University, had pirated Fleischmann and Pons' ideas.• Clarifies facts regarding the accusations that Pons' graduate student, Marvin Hawkins, had stolen Fleischmann and Pons' lab books.• Reveals the origin of the erroneous idea that "room-temperature fusion" produces helium-4 as its dominant product.• Reveals how scientists with vested interests in prevailing scientific ideas used their influence to deny and hold back the new science.• Reveals the key behind-the-scenes roles that physicist Richard Garwin played in the "cold fusion" conflict.

My Banished Highlander: Highland Games Through Time, #2

My Banished Highlander: Highland Games Through Time, #2

Nancy Lee Badger brings you this 280-page Scottish time travel romance, the second book in the Highland Games Through Time series. When his clan convicts Cameron Robeson of treason in 1598 Scotland, the last thing he thought his cousin the Laird would do was banish him to the future. With a certain woman on his mind, he plans revenge. Iona Mackenzie is worried about her friend, Haven, and searches for answers among the tents at the present-day Highland games. Whom can she trust to help? The tall, golden-haired Highlander? When a magical amulet and an angry sorcerer send this unlikely couple back through time, more than one heart will be broken. Danger, intrigue, and threats surround them, and feelings between Iona and Cameron grow hot and steamy. With a letter in her hand and a Highlander at her back, what could go wrong? 

Galaxy’s Edge Magazine: Issue 21, July 2016: Galaxy's Edge, #21

Galaxy’s Edge Magazine: Issue 21, July 2016: Galaxy's Edge, #21

A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy ISSUE 21: July 2016 Mike Resnick, Editor Jean Rabe, Assistant Editor Shahid Mahmud, Publisher Stories by: Martin L. Shoemaker, Larry Hodges, Kij Johnson, Laurie Tom, Robert Silverberg, Mike Resnick, Nancy Kress, Dantzel Cherry, Steve Pantazis, Nathan Dodge, George R. R. Martin. Serialization: The Long Tomorrow by Leigh Brackett Columns by: Barry Malzberg, Gregory Benford Recommended Books: Jody Lynn Nye and Bill Fawcett Interview: Joy Ward interviews Robert J. Sawyer Galaxy’s Edge is a Hugo-nominated bi-monthly magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Barry Malzberg and Gregory Benford, book recommendations by Jody Lynn Nye and Bill Fawcett and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.

Parkour Training

Parkour Training

Take your parkour and free running skills to the next level For the first time, two of the very bestselling parkour and free running books have been put together in one single collection. Parkour Training - The Complete Collection on Excelling in the Art of Movement offers both advanced and beginning free runners simple and effective ways to improve their parkour abilities. Parkour Training - The Complete Collection on Excelling in the Art of Movement contains the following books:  Parkour - A Beginner's Guide to Training and Excelling in the Art of Movement by Zach RuckerFree Running - A Beginner’s Guide on Training in Parkour and Free Running by Zach Rucker From the description of Parkour by Zack Rucker So many people are enslaved to their job, spending most of their working life chained to a desk and confined to a cubicle. Our bodies slowly deteriorate with this constant lack of movement, this sedentary lifestyle. Our bodies are amazing pieces of machinery, engineered to accomplish incredible physical movements, however most of us no longer get to experience this level of physicality. We take our bodies for granted, never pushing our limits while truly experiencing our environment. Parkour is the antithesis of this stationary, modern lifestyle that many have fallen trapped to. It offers us freedom, to once again be physical, to be able to not just embrace movement, but to love how our body moves, and how our body overcomes obstacles. Parkour - A Beginner's Guide to Training and Excelling in the Art of Movement doesn't want to just get you moving, it wants you to experience your body in a completely new way, helping you both hone your physicality as well as significantly improve your mental game. Take your first step to freedom and learn how parkour truly is the art of movement.  From the description of Free Running by Zach Rucker Most of us never truly get the chance to feel free in our environments, we never get to experience the amazing skill and abilities that our bodies inherently have. We don't often push our own limits. Free running changes all of this. Parkour is an art of movement that has its roots in France. It is a practice that demands a high level of discipline. Free running does not view objects in the urban environment as buildings, sidewalks, and railings; it views these objects as opportunities. In training in free running, one is able to increase their physical abilities dramatically, from flexibility to strength to agility. Free running is the ultimate exercise. And the best part is that doing it is incredibly fun. Noted free runner Zach Rucker guides you through the amazing world of free running, teaching you how to train to be a free runner as well as running through the basic moves and a few of the more advanced moves. Learning about the benefits of free running has never been easier!