Overview

Amanda knows what she wants, and she has the means to get it. Scott came to her from 'The Agency' years before. She took him in and gave him everything, on the condition that he amuse her with a variety of men.

Bored with the endless stream of Los Angeles Muscle boys, Amanda goes on a quest. She is looking for the most beautiful man on earth, and she finds him!

Ciel is a down on his luck writer in Paris who wants to come home to America, his ...

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Amusing Amanda

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Overview

Amanda knows what she wants, and she has the means to get it. Scott came to her from 'The Agency' years before. She took him in and gave him everything, on the condition that he amuse her with a variety of men.

Bored with the endless stream of Los Angeles Muscle boys, Amanda goes on a quest. She is looking for the most beautiful man on earth, and she finds him!

Ciel is a down on his luck writer in Paris who wants to come home to America, his birth place. He is just what she's been looking for and she figures that Scott will be thrilled with Ciel as well.

But when Ciel finally arrives on Scott's birthday, things don't go exactly as Amanda plans.

Contains: male/male/female ménage

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595782731
  • Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
  • Publication date: 10/16/2006
  • Series: Amusing Amanda, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 177
  • File size: 442 KB

Meet the Author

D.J. Manly is first and foremost a writer, but is also a college professor, a small business operator and a sociologist who works as a consultant on research projects. D.J. is a proud Canadian who lives in French Canada, and speaks both English and French. Human rights are a great concern, and D.J. longs for a peaceful world free of sexism, racism, and homophobia. D.J. writes for the pure love of writing, and always with the reader in mind. If D.J. doesn't enjoy reading it, it won't be written. Great characters, great sex and a great love are the elements you’ll find in D.J’s work. There is nothing quite as exciting as beautiful men falling in love. Come taste D.J’s work, but be careful, you may become as addicted to reading it, as D.J. is to writing it. One reviewer said of Manly’s work that reading it can give you “…third degree burns in an air conditioned room…” I think that says it all.
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