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text 2016-11-08 02:39
Ripe Fruit and Golden Sand

When you disrobe on the naturalist beaches of the Croatian coastline among the pine trees, and bathe in the admiring glances I am proud of your sensual, liberating feminine womanhood.

 

And when you decorate the sand dunes of Oman with your lingerie, to spend the night glowing with the faint light of the stars far in the desert of Oman, my pride in your nature stirs again.

 

on your hips

the taste of cinnamon

coconut milk on thighs

apple slices placed down your belly

into my chest you rub grapefruit pieces

 

 

Source: chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.com
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text 2016-11-01 19:12
The Power of Plants

There are quite a few folk I have met who suppose plants have brains. The problem with that is not the assertion itself, but the "supposing." The general statement is that they "think" plants can think, or are at least conscious.

 

They think. Or suppose. Or imagine, without a pause to profess any evidence or show interest in any.

 

Shallow thinking like that worries me intensely. Plants are a mystery, but the first step to unlocking some of those mysterious codes lies in not projecting human or animalistic attributes onto them. There are pertinent questions, such as why roots from trees seem to 'know' how to avoid each other, or find the best direction to go - mostly, though further, even more surprising studies show trees actually not being able to adapt when moved to new locations, and growing in a manner they might in their original setting.

 

But the first step must remain the same: if we are to discuss the idea that trees might be aware of their surroundings, we must first discount the idea of a brain in any animal sense.

 

why does the rose

emit such a beautiful fragrance

that makes her bend down

and touch petals to her nose

so I admire her sexy behind?

 

 

Source: chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.com
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text 2016-02-01 11:32
Another Great Kresley Cole Series
If You Dare - Kresley Cole

Wow! This woman, Ms. Kresley Cole, can write anything. I began reading her action packed-under and above the covers- Immortals After Dark series many years ago. I read quite a few, then put her books on hold for a while. I came back last year and have nearly completed IAD. As we Geminis love to do, we read at least five books at one time (depending upon our mood). In doing this, I thought I would try Ms. Cole's earlier works after having recently completed her new-amazing-contemporary erotica series, The Game Makers. Knowing how great she handled Contemporary in addition to Paranormal Romance, I had faith that her earlier works-The MacCarrik Brothers trilogy- would be fantastic. Well, I can honestly say that I placed my faith in good hands because this series, so far, is really wonderful. For those who like non-paranormal romance, don't mind period pieces with minimal historical details, and more detailed erotic scenes with brawny, sensual, loving, alpha-males who happen to be Kilt wearers, then this is your series. This book of three, is well written, has a good story line, is erotic but tasteful, and is an easy read! I highly recommend it. There is just a special way that Ms. Cole, and only Ms. Cole, writes sex scenes that are the most unique and erotic in general romance. I have never read anyone else that writes them like she does. It's strange because the scenes are so normal and vanilla, but they make you puddle on the floor every time. And oh yeah, did I mention there's an actual plot that takes up most of the book! I know, right?! Amazing how now we can get a two-for-one deal in today's literature. This book is indeed a "kilt lifter" not a " bodice ripper." Just to clarify ;) But not a cheesy Harlequin; one of few genres I detest vehemently. Yes, there is a clear distinction. So, check this first book out via Overdrive, it's free! You can't go wrong with that, especially if you are new to her works. Enjoy what's under the kilt, I mean cover ;)

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review 2014-02-11 11:00
REVIEW OF SPECIAL ANGEL
Special Angel - Nancy Loyan,Nancy Loyan Schuemann

TITLE: SPECIAL ANGEL

 

AUTHOR: NANCY LOYAN

 

PUBLISHER: CRIMSON ROMANCE

 

PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 2, 2013

 

GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE

 

BUY LINK: AMAZON

 

BLURB:

Angelique is no ordinary diva. She’s the world’s greatest singer—and mystery. That’s why Brian Andrews, an American investigative reporter at Our World magazine, is assigned to do what others have failed: uncover Angelique’s past and secrets. 

But Angelique herself has never known her past and fears that she will never see her future, thanks to a controlling couple who hold her career and life in their tight fists. Raised by nuns in an abbey in France, she has never known freedom. Brian offers her hope by aiding in her escape from her sequestered life, putting his career on the line. 

Is he after the glory of the big story, or is he the one person Angelique can finally trust to help her?

 

MY REVIEW

This was quite an entertaining and unique read.  I was pulled into the story from the very first page and I found it very difficult to put it down.  Special Angel is a beautiful story of love, loss and forgiveness. It depicts the lengths persons will go to just to satisfy their greed and to cover up their wrongs.  It shows also the ripple effect one person’s action can have on the lives of those close to them.

 

I totally fell in love with Angelique. She is a singer with the most beautiful voice.  She had led a secluded life for most of her years.  She is strong, innocent and pure.  She has been through so much that I was happy to see her finally gain her freedom and experience love.

 

My least favourite characters are Morris and Edwina Davidson. It is not possible to go into much detail about these two without giving away the story, so you will just have to read the story for yourself to find out why they disgust me so much.

 

Special Angel brought out an array of emotions. It made angry, sad and happy. It was a very poignant story that is going to be staying with me for a very long time.

If you love your romance stories with a lot of heart then this book is for you and I hope you enjoy it like I did.

 

 

 

Source: satinsheetsromance.blogspot.com
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review 2013-07-21 20:58
Sex and Sensuality in the Ancient World
Sex and Sensuality in the Ancient World - Giulia Sissa,Allan Cameron,George Staunton You'd think with a title like that that this would be a gripping story about Sex and sexual practices, well yes, but no, it's a cool academic look at the topic, with a conclusion pointing out that others have got the wrong end of the stick with this topic, particularly Foucault. The author is writing for her peers, not for the vaguely interested member of the public and it shows. It is jargon-laden, specialised word ridden and was a pretty good cure for insomnia for me for a few days. I have a degree in Classical Civilization (and History) and was curious about the topic, wanted to see if she could enlighten me a bit more about sex and about how the classical audience saw it, and she did somewhat, but for most of it she ploughed familiar furroughs in the topic. If you're studying the topic or classics this is probably for you, if you're a curious bystander it's dry, academic and reads like a written thesis.
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