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Posted Jan 10, 2010 at CrazySexyCool
Have you ever had dying questions of sex, but didn't know who to ask, how to ask? Zane breaks down every sexual question on every subject, yes even anal... here's her introduction to "Dear G-Spot": Chapter One: Sexual Addiction Sexual addiction is a topic very near and dear to my heart. When I first decided to write my novel Addicted, nearly nine years ago, it started out as a short story. At first, I was simply going to write a quick sexcapade about a woman screwing three people other than her husband. But the Zoe character fascinated me. I put... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
This book has three different stories in one, all focusing on the fight for love. Zane explains it all in her introduction: Have you ever felt like you have done everything conceivable to make a relationship work and there is nothing but drama anyway? Have you ever loved someone more than life itself, but they disvalue that love? Have you ever sacrificed something for another, only to have them not appreciate your generosity? All of us, as we all have feelings, have experienced something like this. Life is strange. So many people cross our paths during our predetermined amount of... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
CHAPTER ONE I shouldn't have been surprised when I met my husband's lover, but I was. This is the face of the woman in the mirror, the wholesome face of a woman who has been married for four years: I have brown skin and cinnamon freckles that come alive in the sun, delicate freckles that all of my former lovers loved to play connect the dots with, or pretended that my face was the sky and the freckles were the stars and find as many constellations as they could. I'm in my early thirties, but on a good day, with... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
Ok so not all the books are going to be about sex...well most of them at least :)... anyway J.D Robb aka Nora Roberts, writes THE best murder mystery/erotic novel Ive ever read. She gives you the gory murders and then throws in a couple of hot steamy sex scenes between the main character and her husband. This book Ive picked is the most out there, but first the back story of the "In Death" series:The book is set in the future, 2056 to be exact, and Eve Dallas is the kickass Lieutenant in New York. J.D. Robb takes you... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
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CHAPTER ONE BILLIE KEITH SNAPPED, "I THOUGHT YOU WERE ON THE PILL." "Lower your voice." "Billie....you sure your pregnant?" "People can hear" We were outside in the night air, chilling at Starbucks in Ladera Heights, an area some people called the Black Beverly Hills. But it wasn't. If Beverly Hills looked like this, if Rodeo Drive was lined with stripped malls, a bazillion fast food places, had horrible parking, and the best place to eat on that strip was the friggin' TGIF, white people would start howling while they slit their own wrist. All around me were murals of Magic... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
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Chapter One Vince I was making love to En Vogue. Not the group, but one majestic woman in a royal blue negligee. She had Cindy's intelligent smile, Maxine's sexy disposition, Terri's womanly grace. Her negligee slipped off her shoulders, slid down across her breasts. Inside her moan, she sang my name. Inched me toward her warm soul. Dana hummed with the feeling. "You love me, Vince?" Okay, I was about to tell you my name, but I guess Dana beat me to the punch. Vincent Calvary Browne Jr. And the woman I was holding, the one who had my face... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2009 at CrazySexyCool
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