This is the part 1-3 of Cassandras Diary, showing a couple of scenes with her master and husband. Cassandra is a loving mom of a six month old little girl and the 24/7 sexslave of her master Marcus, her husband, and the father of her beautiful child. Since their baby is born their D/s life changed forever - they live on invisible protocol most of the time. Her diary is cut short to the playtimes. This print is a collection of part 1 - 3 of the Cassandra Diary. Its just a thin book I put to createspace because some people wished to read the real life BDSM diary but hate ebooks. Its less expensive to get the ebook though, if you dont hate them, just buy the episodes for your kindle and save some bucks. What you can expect in this episodes 1-3 Bondage Caning Flogging Cropping St. Andrews Cross Predicament Bondage Nipple Torture Buttplug Wax Play Intercourse (vaginal, oral, anal) Heavy whipping/bruising Slave auction Dildo/butplug and a very low dose of humiliation, but its humiliation yet so be aware if humiliation could trigger you. Only read this diary if you are looking for adult content and over 18 years old. Authors Note: I met Cassandra when I interviewed people living in D/s relationsships for a german project titled Master is dark. It was her masters idea to feature her diary and share it with other people who might be in the same situation. Or not. All names and places are changed to protect the identity of the couple and their daughter. I am an erotic fiction writer and it was a very intersting project to portrait a real D/s relationship and not just make one up in my mind. I learned a lot from the two lovebirds and enjoyed writing - well, most of my work was editing Cassandras work, actually. Hopefully you enjoy the closer look behind the scenes of a real "fifty shades" couple.
No Choice But Surrender
Author: Meagan McKinney
Publisher: Wheeler Pub Incorporated
Meagan McKinney's novels shimmer with emotion and sizzle with sensuality. Now she sweeps us away to a magnifient estate outside London as a stranger arrives to possess it. Lady Brienne Morrow returned to Osterley Park, her father's opulent mansion, to discover that he had gambled it away. Penniless and alone, she was ready to succeed to the new owner, Avenel Slane. A pawn in Avenel's plans for revenge, Brienne is held against her will. As fear melts into trust, she risks her heart and soul for this sensual, masterful man who gave her... No choice but surrender.
Mia Angel, 18 years old, chubby, avid eyeglasses wearer, from a poor background, nickname Turkey, is the personification of an unpopular teenager. As if this was not enough, ever since first grade she has been head-over-heels in love with the absolute chauvinist, womanizing, Tristan 'Sexy' Wrangler - naturally, without any reciprocation from the arrogant god. One morning, thanks to an alcohol-induced faux pas, he finds himself waking up in bed with Turkey in his arms. This is absolutely devastating to his esteemed reputation. Always on Fucking Saturdays: However, he notices that although Mia doesn't conform to the perfect supermodel image, which is his usual type, she has other qualities and even the power to, quite unintentionally, rob him of his hormone-charged mind...
This volume focuses on the interdisciplinary investigation of Portuguese humanism, especially as a noteworthy player in the international network of early modern scholarship, literature and visual arts.
Author: D. F. Bleek
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 1928 book analyses the Naron, a Bushmen tribe of the Central Kalahari.
Author: John Lescroart
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
When San Francisco attorney Mark Dooher becomes a suspect in his wife's murder, all he--who gets what he wants, including a beautiful mistress and the power of the Church behind him--has to fear is the truth
Rich ranchers, Texas-Sized secrets and scandal. Four Texas Cattleman’s Club: The Impostor novels in one box set! The Rancher’s Baby by Maisey Yates When a torrid, possibly dangerous scandal comes to Royal, Texas, Selena Jacobs is nearly caught in the middle. Until her best friend Knox McCoy ensures her safety—by moving in! Selena has loved Knox for years, but she’s never had the courage to tell him. Now the sparks she’s tried to smother burn out of control…and leave her pregnant. But with the pain in his past, will Knox finally take a chance on love…with her? Originally published in 2018 Rich Rancher’s Redemption by Maureen Child When wealthy rancher Jesse Navarro meets single mom Jillian Norris, she makes him feel…everything. But he’s carrying the guilt of a past tragedy and knows he can’t take her for his own. Still, denying their sizzling attraction and ignoring Jillian—vulnerable and dedicated to her little girl—isn’t an option. Already Jesse’s defenses are weakening… Originally published in 2018 A Convenient Texas Wedding by Sheri WhiteFeather Millionaire Rand Gibson’s proposal shocks Allison Cartwright. He needs a wife to debunk his playboy image, and her fresh-faced look is perfect for the role. Allison insists sex is off the table. Yet she fears their bodies will betray them. Though the Irish-born writer wants to stay in America, is she desperate enough to marry a man who could break her heart in the bargain? Originally published in 2018 Expecting a Scandal by Joanne Rock Solely responsible for her unborn child, Abigail Stewart is desperate for the art commission at Royal Memorial Hospital. Winning over the sexy Texan on the board seems impossible, but Vaughn surprises her with his response. And his attention. And a sizzling connection that defies all logic. But even if he can accept her baby, will Vaughn’s dark past tear them apart? Originally published in 2018
Author: Ivan Cankar
Publisher: Central European University Press
The novel Martin Ka?ur, which dates from 1907, tells the engrossing story of a young schoolteacher who moves from one provincial Slovene town to the next, trying to enlighten his countrymen and countrywomen but instead receiving only the mistrust and scorn of the traditional-minded and petty population. The novel is ruthless in its analysis and self-analysis of the failure of this abstract idealist. Brilliant descriptions of Slovenia's natural beauty alternate with the haze of alcoholic despair, rural violence, marital alienation, and the death of a young and beloved child. The Slovene prose writer, poet, and dramatist Cankar's characterizations of duplicitous political and religious leaders (the village priest, the mayor, other teachers, doctors, etc.) and the treacherous social scene are remarkable in their engaging clarity. No doubt the raw emotional impact of Martin Ka?ur derives partly from Cankar's portrayal of the way society isolates people, denying them sympathy and solidarity. Cankar's style here owes a debt both to naturalism and to symbolism and contains, in its sometimes frantic pace and associative interior monologues, hints of early expressionism.
Lay Culture, Learned Culture
Author: Miriam Usher Chrisman
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press
'In a tale that more than matches its predecessors for pace and atmosphere, Hawkins is forced into confrontation with a psychopathic killer...hugely enjoyable' The Sunday Times 'You will burn.' Late spring, 1728. Fresh from his escape from the gallows, Thomas Hawkins has arrived in Yorkshire with his ward, Sam Fleet. But death still has a hand upon his shoulder, even in such idyllic surroundings. John Aislabie, Tom's reluctant host, is being tormented by anonymous letters threatening murder. A disgraced politician, Aislabie certainly has plenty of enemies. But, trapped in a house haunted by old tragedies, Tom begins to suspect that the danger lies much closer to home. Someone is playing a subtle and deadly game of revenge, years in the planning. And now Tom is standing in their way...
Author: Klaus Theweleit
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
not seen. Translated from the best selling 1978 German edition. Delves for the emotional core of fascism as it is revealed in the novels and memoirs of the Freikorps, mercenary bands that fought Germany's border disputes and put down worker revolts between the wars. Finds in the mythic imagination a repudiation of the male body, and of femininity, that becomes a psychic compulsion associating masculinity with hardness, self-denial, and destruction. Volume one, Women, floods, bodies, history, published in English in 1987, deals with the image of women in fascist myth. A classic work. Clothbound edition ($45.00) Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Author: Heather Graham
An outsider in a world of extraordinary wealth, Caer Donahue must learn who can be trusted…and who should be feared Caer is spending this Christmas among strangers. Brought to Newport, Rhode Island, from her native Ireland to nurse ailing millionaire Sean O'Riley, she's living a life few can imagine. But money can't hide the tension between O'Riley's trophy wife, his paranoid daughter, the eccentric aunt in the attic and the staff members who run the house. When O'Riley's business partner goes missing, family friend Zach Flynn arrives. Determined to help him solve the case, Caer becomes enmeshed in a mystery that weaves together the sins of the past with one family's destiny…and a spirit that watches the mansion, possessing a deadly gift.
The Flower Ball
Author: Sigrid Laube, Philip Boehm
Publisher: Pumpkin House Company
Even though they are not invited, Cauliflower and Carrot decide to attend the Flower Ball.
Author: Josef Goebbels, Adolf Hitler
Publisher: Grand Oak Books
Joseph Goebbels, born in 1897, aspired to be an author, obtained a Ph.D from the University of Heidelberg in 1921. He joined the Nazi Party in 1924, After the Nazi seizure of power in 1933, Goebbels' Propaganda Ministry quickly gained and exerted controlling supervision over the news media, arts, and information in Germany. In 1943, Goebbels began to pressure Hitler to introduce measures that would produce "total war," including closing businesses not essential to the war effort, conscripting women into the labor force, and enlisting men in previously exempt occupations into the Wehrmacht. Hitler finally appointed him as Reich Plenipotentiary for Total War on 23 July 1944, whereby Goebbels undertook largely unsuccessful measures to increase the number of people available for armaments production and the Wehrmacht. As the war drew to a close and Nazi Germany faced defeat, his wife Magda and their children joined him in Berlin. They moved into Hitler's bunker. Hitler committed suicide on April 20, 1945. In accordance with Hitler's will, Goebbels succeeded him as Reichschancellor; he served one day in this post. The following day, Goebbels and his wife committed suicide, after poisoning their six children with cyanide. Stephen R. Pastore is a novelist, playwright, poet and literary biographer/bibliographer. Born in New York City, he is the author of The Art of Adolf Hitler, The Complete Paintings of Adolf Hitler, Adolf Before He Was Hitler and is the editor of Mein Kampf: A Descriptive Bibliography.
Author: Jutta Profijt, Erik J. Macki
Losing her posh advertising job, boyfriend, and apartment all in the same morning has left Corinna with a mess where her life should be. She tries to get things back on track, but with a mountain of red tape between her and unemployment assistance, and a string of disastrous job interviews under her belt, it's clear that following the rules is getting her nowhere. So she decides to start doing things her way…With the help of a quirky friend — and some unconventional branding — Corinna launches her own business: an elite cleaning service for the wealthy. And business is booming…until the day she finds a dead man in the house of a new client. As usual, Corinna's instinct is to clean up, but body disposal isn't easy, especially when you're juggling work, friendships, media attention, and a nasty flu.For Corinna, things are about to get real messy.