Saturday, January 30, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Monday, January 25, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Heidi and the Kaiser by Selena Kitt
Book Length: 35,329
Warnings: This title contains graphic language, sex, and elements of bdsm.
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Friday, January 15, 2010
See Jane Succeed by Michele DeKinder-Smith
Book length: 214 pages
Publisher: Jane Out of The Box Media, a Wyatt-MacKenzie Imprint
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This relatively short read book is more of a handy resource guide to pick up and flip to the area you have interest in today. Tomorrow may be different and you need to check out an entirely different chapter.
All in all, it’s more than just a recount of the author’s entrepreneurial journey. She really understands women, where they are in their careers, how they arrived at that spot and where they are going. More importantly the author knows each of use won’t be in that spot forever. In fact, we may change depending upon the day’s circumstances.
Do you see yourself as a woman who started a business to create your own ideal job? Maybe you are more of an entrepreneur whose business is not performing to your expectations right now, particularly financially. How would situations be dealt with and resolved by these two entirely different women?
Five types of female entrepreneurs will reveal what it takes to not only survive, but actually win in both their business and their lives.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Dead to the World by L. E. Bryce
Author Website: http://www.lebryce.com/
Publisher: Phaze http://www.phaze.com
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This is not a book for the faint of heart. It is beautifully written but the things that happen to Erred are not glossed over, including his first rape at the hands of a greedy merchant who bought Erred for his son but then couldn't resist having a taste of the slave himself. It is a brutal scene, with Erred being drugged and unable to defend himself at all. It is harrowing and you really feel for Erred, but although it is a difficult scene to read without it the book wouldn't have been as strong.
Erred is a slave, he is there for his master's pleasure and nothing else. As he progesses and obeys he is moved through the ranks and one day may have the option to become a free courtesan, wherin he will pick and choose his own clients, but up until then he has no say in who his masters wish him to pleasure.
The book does have a hopeful ending, but I don't want to give it away. The characters are well drawn and you feel yourself drawn into this world of slaves and courtesans where one wrong look or word can mean your death; where friendships are one of the most important things and where love can be found even in the most unexpected places. Lots of political intrigue helps the plot along and I didn't want to stop reading I was so keen to see what happened to Erred.
The story is poignant, touching and erotic and one I would re-read again.
Author Website: http://www.annettegisby.n3.net
Monday, January 4, 2010
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