MÉNAGE. A sound halted me at the door to my room, a rhythmic rattle, like a blind flapping against the window—except the sound was too fast for that, too fast . Download eBooks by author Emma Holly. Guaranteed best prices, direct download!. Bookstore owner Kate comes home from work one day to find her two flatmates in bed together. Joe - a sensitive composer - is mortified. Sean - an irrepress.
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Emma Holly is the award winning, USA Today bestselling author of more than forty romantic books featuring shapeshifters, genies, faeries and just plain. Descarga Novelas Románticas, Encuentra la novela romántica que estás buscando, en formato PDF y totalmente gratis. Emma Holly. DEMON'S fire. Chapter One. Sex rode the air in Bhamjran as thickly as the scent of coffee or sand or spice. Not for nothing did the humans call this the “city of.
They looked sturdy enough. All stirred a pleasant pang of longing in his chest pleasant because his dream of owning such a place seemed for once achievable. Apparently, he enjoyed tormenting Joe as much as I did. The fans of her lashes lifted as the hand that held the orange fall. For generations.
Bookstore owner Kate comes home from work one day to find her two flatmates in bed Joe - a sensitive composer - is mortified. Sean - an irrepressible bad boy - asks her to join in!
Kate's been fantasising about her hunky new houseshares since they moved in, but she was convinced they were both gay. Kate wants nothing more than to keep both her admirers happy, but inevitably things become complicated, especially at work. Kate has told her colleagues that Joe and Sean are gay but the gossip begins when she's caught in a clinch with one of them in her lunch hour! To add to this, one of Kate's more conservative suitors is showing interest again, but she's hooked on the different kind of loving that she enjoys with her boys - even though she knows it cannot last.
Or can it? All rights reserved. By Emma Holly.
The door swung open an inch. Wincing, I grabbed the frame. I could see them through the gap in the door.
Oh, could I see them. Both men were stark naked. Joe was bent forward at the waist, his arms propped straight on my footboard. Legs straddled wide, every muscle in his thighs and calves stood out with tension. There was no mistaking what that tension was, either—Sean was sodomizing him. The force of his thrusts made the bed rattle.
His tight pink buttocks clenched as he forged in and out. My, what a cute rump Sean had. Now I longed to kiss it, to bite it. My knuckles whitened on the door. With an effort, I kept still. Sean was shorter than Joe, but he looked at home on top. Sean chuckled and repeated the tease.
His face red, he grimaced—but not, I thought, with pain. As I watched, he arched his back and tipped his buttocks higher. Accepting the offer of access, Sean gripped his shoulders and levered deeper.
Sean laughed. The gesture made my insides turn over.
But it was my room! Taking a quick breath for courage, I shoved the door open.
The lovers froze, mid-stroke. Emma Holly Publication Info: Jove ISBN: His cock is practically a secondary character in its own standing. The cock in question belongs to Nicolas, in case you were concerned that it was that kind of romantica.
Nicolas Craven is a painter with a slowly-growing following among the ton. Craven is popular as a portrait artist, but only among male members of society, as he is a known rake who frequently entertains loose women in his home.
Oh, ho. And so Merry decides, after a deus ex machina encounter with Nicolas in the street, to run off to his house, and sit for him as a portrait subject, thereby ruining herself for marriage and getting her insistent parents off her back.
Further, she agrees to learn the arts of the nouque. Nicolas does not allow Merry to think she is anything but another woman in a long series of conquests for him, even though he finds himself falling for her, and reminds her that her time with him lasts as long has he has any interest in her physically.
Nicolas gives Merry a thorough education in the erotic arts, but within the realm of his cock lies the first problem I have with this book. I know that the strict sensibilities of the Victorian era were marked with outrageous subtexts to express all that repressed sexuality. Flower language, for one — I once read a brief article about how one bouquet of the wrong flower -or the right one — could send some serious humpty dance messages.
Because I was expecting some subtlety in the erotica, or perhaps some acknowledgement of the societal suppression or their deliberate release from that repression, the erotic language of the book struck me as jarring. My other problem with this book was the multiple lies the characters tell one another. I could see the big crisis of their relationship coming a mile away: I mean, he remarks upon her posture, her bearing, her manner of speech. She knows how to dress, and has excellent social skills, even with his friends, who are certainly of a lower class than both Nicolas and Merry.