Pleasure and Pain of Women

Pleasure and Pain of Women

by Luc Iver de Vil

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Pleasure and Pain of Women by Luc Iver de Vil

When money becomes the issue, nothing is ever what it should be, and this applies to sex too. It becomes down grading! And forcing yourself onto somebody, does it pay of? But there is the upside too, two people who get along, feel the need to please each other, and happily do get on with doing just that. Then there also are the mysteries of life in the universe, and the stupidity of wanting too much information when it is irrelevant. The most important part of a man in world of pleasure is his manhood, which has to be shown some respect, don’t you think?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046067910
Publisher: Luc Iver de Vil
Publication date: 07/22/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 329,824
File size: 342 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Apparently I was born in a mining village in the old Western Transvaal, South Africa, but my memory does not want to stretch that far back. My dad got into some kind of political trouble, so he moved his family to South West Africa, now Namibia. I had a great childhood in that country, which then was still wild and uncivilized, doing an incredible amount of travelling. Although I did attend school from time to time, most my education I received from my dad while in a Land Rover, or on foot, in the Namib desert or in the bush. When we eventually moved back to South Africa, never staying in the same place very long, I had to attend school full time, What a bore, and if I add up correctly, I actually attended 8 different schools in my life. My dad did settle down and became a farmer, and I was sent to university to further my education, after I did a stint in the SA Navy for my National Service, I quickly learned that to make it in society you have to "Yes and Amen" all those in authority appointed over you, like "cut your hair", "wear a tie and jacket" and "Go to Church". This awoke the family trait of rebelliousness in me, and I got expelled. I started working, first for an international company that built Power Stations, and then one that made and sold computers. This was not for me, so I obtained my Professional Hunting license, and I was off on living my life. Done many things since then, news reporting, construction, smuggling, and even ran a pub among other forms of employment. Went through one marriage, a number of engagements and a list of girlfriends. Have now settled down, farming, like my dad, happily married to a delightful Indian girl, have a beautiful daughter, enjoy writing down my memories and taking my family to the far-off places I had been.

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