Two million dollars secured Noah Crawford the most enticing woman he has ever known... but at that price, can he ever afford to set her free?
Note: This book has previously been published in separate volumes. PLEASE DO NOT BUY this title if you already own: Poppy's Pleasure, Let's Swing and Thirty Strokes. 'Truth is stranger than fiction', an oft quoted phrase that readily describes this true account from self-confessed sex addict, Poppy Phoenix. Prepare to be amazed, shocked, amused, aroused but above all, entertained, as you read her life story in which she swings with her friends, seduces her young neighbour and fulfils her own dreams and others' fantasies. Poppy shares events from her own life experiences including multiple partners, threesomes, foursomes, bisexual, group sex and games as she and her husband Steven, aka 'The Pervert' embrace the swinging lifestyle. Warning: Explicit, adult entertainment that some readers may find offensive and which is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18.
This charming new book by Leigh Crandall is a collection of inspiring quotes, easy ideas for good living and stories from real people about the simple things they do that enrich their lives. The ideas and anecdotes will bring a smile to your face and serve as a reminder that when we stop to admire the beauty of everyday things - particularly the simple ones - our lives inevitably become fuller. This perfect gift book is divided into three chapters - Love, Live and Laugh and is full of ideas to help you take time to enjoy what matters most in life.
In the academic year 1920-1921 at the University of Freiburg, Martin Heidegger gave a series of extraordinary lectures on the phenomenological significance of the religious thought of St. Paul and St. Augustine. The publication of these lectures in 1995 settled a long disputed question, the decisive role played by Christian theology in the development of Heidegger's philosophy. The lectures present a special challenge to readers of Heidegger and theology alike. Experimenting with language and drawing upon a wide range of now obscure authors, Heidegger is finding his way to Being and Timethrough the labyrinth of his Catholic past and his increasing fascination with Protestant theology.A Companion to Heidegger's Phenomenology of Religious Life is written by an international team of Heidegger specialists.
A delightful anecdotal collection! In these days of 24 hour news many of us may feel smothered under an avalanche of anxiety, despondency or at best choking with rage over national and world events. Grand passions apart, however, there is still much to enjoy. The small pleasures of life lie all around us. They might be found in a state of mind, in the touch of a familiar object such as a favourite wooden spoon, or they may be found in fleeting observations: a baby's smile, the sudden appearance of a stag in your path; or they may be physical pleasures like sucking the wet flesh of a ripe mango or the aroma of coffee spilling out on to the pavement on a cold morning. In a mad and greedy world it is these small pleasures that keep us sane, and dare we admit it, happy. Told with wry humour and a gentle, sometimes quirky style slightly reminiscent of a bygone era, Wood's collection contains a mixture of description and observation with a smattering of autobiographical incident. Wood has lived in many places of the world, is well travelled and well read, with a keen sense of enjoyment in what he sees and experiences, and a talent for bringing that visually to the mind of his reader. The short, usually self-contained pieces make wonderful cameos both for those who do their reading in snatches, and those who will want to devour his stories in one sitting. William Wood has led a nomadic life and his friends and relatives are far flung. He now lives and writes in Sussex when he is not visiting his children in France, Rutland and Cumbria or his in-laws in Norway and Slovakia. The diaries he keeps on these visits occasionally give him local colour and ideas for his stories. His short stories have been read on the BBC World Service and included in a number of magazines and anthologies. His first published novel, No Time, was brought out by Babesh/Ryan in 2003 and his next novel, Passing Wind has been shortlisted for an Amazon prize.
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