It's been there for years, but this is her last chance to make him understand her feelings! When Nina said goodbye to Mike, she thought he knew the man who was leaving. But now Mike is back from Army boot camp for short two weeks, and their feelings for each other threaten to boil over. As soon as Nina sees Mike at the door again, she knows nothing can ever be the same.
A couple short months away have transformed Mike into a hot military hunk. Nina tries to hide the deluge of desire, but Mike insists they need to talk. The welcome home party rages on while they finally expose the taboo love that has been simmering below the surface all this time, and the results are explosive. Will she let him take her, hard and without protection for the first time? Even if it means risking a taboo pregnancy? **Short, standalone taboo romance, no cliffhanger. Explicit language, not intended for readers under18**
Emily was still a virgin as high school ended. She was desperately jealous of her new friend Tara, who was blonde, lithe and adventurous. She was a boring girl, shy and not overly adventurous. But she was determined that change. She joined Emily skinny dipping in her penthouse pool, nearly drowning when Tara's father came home unexpectedly. But that initial humiliation turned to a dark sense of hunger as her fantasies took hold, and soon she was all-but giving herself to the man! Mister Patrick, however, was a stern man, and she soon learned to her thrilled if timid delight, that he could make her body burn like nothing she had ever imagined! At the same time, he put her in a collar and demanded full obedience from her! Then his son Tod did the same, and finally she was Tara's toy as well! Emily was to find her adventure a complicated one, with only one certainty; she must obey and please others with her body, or be punished!
Hummingbird (Confessions of a Smitten Superhero Sidekick) Author: Sedonia Guillone Line: Tryst Length: 4,395 Genre: Gay erotica; Contemporary; Multi-cultural Sidekick and Bruce Lee look-alike Kit is not supposed to write about his superhero lover, The Hummingbird, but he can’t resist. Kit’s love…and lust…for the gorgeous muscular superhero just bubbles over and Kit is willing to spill ALL the juicy details… Excerpt: The press, his fans, the unappreciative dicks down at the Agency, and the asshole criminals he vanquishes night and day, call Liam ‘The Hummingbird.’ I guess I can’t blame them for having given him such a superficial title. They only know him from the outside, watching his magnificent, muscular body fly through the air at top speeds, hovering, moving up and down, backwards and forwards, snatching criminals from helicopters and airplanes as they make their getaways; saving screaming women and children from burning buildings and such.
Yeah, I know they can imagine the valiant heart beating in that broad chest dusted with swirls of raven dark hair, but they don’t know him all the way through, like I do. And I wouldn’t want them to. I have a terrible jealous streak. No one asks me anyway, however, because I’m only the sidekick. Sidekicks—a degrading expression for me considering that my hands and feet are registered with the Agency as deadly weapons and that I spend great deals of time covering The Hummingbird’s ass; okay, pun not intended—are never as important as the main superhero. Look what happened to Bruce Lee as Kato.
Talk about getting shafted in the bad way! To me, Liam Conner is an absolute wonder. Not because he can fly and because he’s drop-dead fine, but because of who he is. Of course, that’s the whole point of my writing all this down. And yes, I will give the delicious details even though I’m probably the only one who will ever read this memoir. Uh oh.
Sounds like he might be waking up. Looks over shoulder to where Liam’s still sleeping in bed. Sigh of relief that eyes are closed, mind is oblivious to what lover-sidekick is doing behind his back. Liam would be pissed if he thought I was writing about him and not keeping my daily log of our exploits for the Agency. Uh oh, the sheet has slipped down, giving me a full view of his perfect hard ass. Stirrings of a raging hard-on in sidekick. If Liam weren’t so exhausted from saving the world, I’d slip right back in with him and… sigh as forces self back to writing. I guess you could say my complete body—soul devotion to him is because I burn for him through and through.
Who wouldn’t after eight years of working together—and well…relaxing too…night and day? And after what he did for me. But I’m getting ahead of myself. In order to convey the fullness of my feelings for him, I’ll have to start at the beginning of our…ahem…association. It was actually Hummingbird who saved my ass first.
"The most comprehensive and interpretive study of the mining industry available to historians. . . . It is a book that will stand the test of time." -W.
Turrentine Jackson, Technology and Culture "Mark Wyman's sympathetic account of the Western metal miners includes graphic details of their bitter struggle for unpaid wages, for industrial safety legislation, for corporate liability in the event of mine accidents and for workmen's compensation. . . . Throughout the book one finds the compassion and understanding that mark works in the best tradition of historical scholarship." -Milton Cantor, The Nation "Wyman has looked at miners in the larger context of American industrialization during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In doing so, he has produced a stimulating, informative account of how this group of workingmen responded to changes in the work place brought on by changes in technology, corporate capitalism, and the shifting labor forces of the day." -James E. Fell, Jr., Pacific Northwest Quarterly "Wyman's compassionate and thoughtful study is an important contribution to the social history of western mining. Hard Rock Epic is also a significant addition to the literature on the process of industrialization. It amply demonstrates that no group in the American West was so deeply affected by the Industrial Revolution as the hard rock miners." -Jeffrey K. Stine, The Midwest Review "Hard Rock Epic is both a descriptive and analytical study of the impact of technology on the life of metalliferous miners of the West. It is thoroughly researched, drawing heavily upon primary sources and the most relevant recent scholarship concerning the hardrock men. The study is judicious and balanced. . . . [and] fits well into the growing body of scholarship on Western metal mining. Historians of labor and the American West will find this volume instructive and definite contribution to their fields of study." -George C. Suggs, Jr., The American Historical Review