Strictly Taboo [NOOK Book]

Overview

Three sexy, original stories of men who are totally off-limits.


From the author of the sizzling One Dark Night—three highly charged tales of unexpected desire, from the faraway past deep into the distant future...


Here are three beautiful, daring women who find themselves succumbing to the forbidden, overpowering passion ignited by their ...

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Strictly Taboo

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Overview

Three sexy, original stories of men who are totally off-limits.


From the author of the sizzling One Dark Night—three highly charged tales of unexpected desire, from the faraway past deep into the distant future...


Here are three beautiful, daring women who find themselves succumbing to the forbidden, overpowering passion ignited by their arch enemies.


Set in three different worlds-the past, the present, and the future-these stories will take readers way beyond their wildest imagination and into their most sensuous fantasies.



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The thrill of forbidden attractions and the thin, hot line between power and obedience are explored in this collection of sizzling fantasies by the author of One Dark Night.

It starts off in the year 878, with Elen of Godeuart, a brave Saxon, briefly holding off Viking marauders, led by the fierce Ivar. Her courage makes Ivar all the more determined to enslave Elen, and his methods turn out to be very exciting. In the second story, set in the present, Diane Sullivan is about to spend seven days on the Rhine for $10,000, as one of many naked female servers on The Carnal Voyage. This puts her in a decidedly submissive position with her archenemy, Gareck Ennis, pro football quarterback and the bane of her high school existence. And in the final story, lawyer Nancy Lombardo finds herself catapulted into the future, where an eight-foot, 500-pound shapeshifter is determined to teach her new ways. Ginger Curwen
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440623011
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 12/6/2005
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 87,279
  • File size: 279 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    three torrid tales

    ¿Naughty Nancy¿. Nancy Lombardo vows to be the belle of the Halloween party as she has lost weight, shed the spectacles, and will hide her brain behind Xena Warrior Woman. An ancient looking crone comes out of nowhere frightening Nancy predicting a long journey. Something weird occurs and she finds herself lost and naked in the home of Vorik Fa Vader. He expects his yenni ¿guest¿ to make love 24/7 gargoyle style. ¿Nemesis¿. For thirteen years Diane Sullivan tried to make it as an actress in Hollywood, but failed. What hurts as much is fellow Buckeye Garek Ennis, a bully, made it big in football. Now that is water under the bridge, her first concern is now her six years old daughter Jenna, whose father rejected her before she was born. For her is why Diane is on the Rhine about to earn money and perhaps have sex on the Carnal Voyage. Garek is on board too feeling self-pity as his career is over. Then he sees Diane. ¿Barbarian¿. In 878, when the Northmen attack their Wessex keep, Lothar Godeuart leads the counter attack but dies in the ensuing battle. His sister Lady Elen loathes the Vikings who are divided over this attack. Warlord Amund prefers settling with is people in Mercia as part of the deal with King Alfred, but agrees to help Ivar get his ¿love slave¿ Lady Elen, who he holds culpable for traitorous acts against him. Instead Amund wants Elen at his side as his equal even though she belongs to Ivar who makes her feel like a woman. These are three torrid tales that are dramatically different from one another, but showcase the vast talent of a wonderful author. Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2014

    Sample not of book

    The free sample is of the Wizard of O! Really startling to be thinking I am getting a sample of Jaid's erotic novel & get Dorothy instead!

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