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Under a Victorian Moon: BBW Werewolf Menage Rom...
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On all fours, my nightgown hoisted over my rear end, I sensed the Alpha approach his prize... I think many highborn ladies would begrudge my lot in life. Sure, my thick figure didn't turn many heads at court. It's also true that my father sold my virginity to the worst scoundrel around in exchange for better trade contracts. Finally, yes, on the way to my horrific marriage my stagecoach was ambushed by bandits and I was taken hostage. But then I met Wynn. My protector. My savior. A werewolf leading his Pack of the Linneigh Clan, he struck like a force of nature. He freed my body, and he freed my soul. Then he offered to mate me and bring me into the pack. I cannot tell you the things that happened on that dark night in the forest, save to say I would rather die than give them up! Over 57 minutes of a posh BBW being taken for one hell of a ride by some shapeshifting Scots in Victorian England. She is ridden hard and put away wet, spitroasted next to a campfire by the Alpha and his packmate! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Audrey Lusk. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/031568/bk_acx0_031568_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 02.07.2020
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Winter In St. Louis
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This book tells of family life in an age past. Being an avid reader and history buff, it reminds me of stories and events that my grandmother told me about during her lifetime. It is my hope that readers enjoy the book as much as I did. Thanks, John! Jonna H. Hochhalter - Wishek, ND I truly enjoyed the opportunity of proofreading John's book. It was very interesting to see how he was able to tell the story using those private journals that he received. It's no wonder that he's received inquiries from readers asking if they are true stories. John brings the hardships and joys that the characters experienced back when Western America was expanding. Thanks. Mrs. (Rev. Lyle) Ruth Klemz - Lehr, ND I think this is a book for all ages. It tells of a time when our America was just beginning to expand its horizons to the western part of the US in 1849 - 1850. The story shows the hardships of travelers and other people on the rivers. A great, clean story that has appropriate language for anyone, no bad words. This book has so many good short stories, you are bound to enjoy most of them. Please enjoy them, as we did. Thanks John. As summed up from others. Brought your-self over here and sit a spell and I'll tell you this story. A story that was captured from entries within many journals. There are so many good short stories to tell, the kind folks tell about grand fathers, grand mothers, the family black sheep, uncle, aunts, brothers, sisters, and school mates. You know, like good tails of hunting, fishing, camping, bad scary storms, of people's travels, and of odd situations. You know the kinds of stories told around the kitchen table, when the little kids are out playing, when relatives or visitors are sharing. Good stories sparked by a crackling campfire, that is remembered, old history and funny stories. Stories wrapped in the hot sun, or of food lost in the camp fire, in the wet and cold camp. Great stories are like beans, ones that stick to you. Stories shared with family and the rest of you readers to enjoy. For me and you, as the spelling, people's entry and wording, as me before you are the way the journals were written, I think it is best if it stays this way. In September of 1986, some of the journals were reviewed by a member of Lawton, OK. County Historical Commission who says, yes the journals was written about the 1850's. Without any extra funds for more research they were returned and later went to John. In 1987, following his nose for historical adventure from his home state Iowa and out to North Dakota, he went through the pages of journal history, and he decided to investigate. He found a grandparent's story for us all in this adventure. This story is compiled from many journals parts, written by the four children and other adults. It really started back in Iowa, in the spring of 1849 when two families, amalgamated; four deaths due to smallpox and the rest decide to move from Iowa, to St. Louis, and then move to Montana. Tells of their family adventures on the Mississippi and now their winter in Missouri. Stories that are suitable for all ages. This story part focuses on the remaining family, each is given a journal by their mother and they begin to record their daily life, people they reacted with, events and some more good adventures with their Uncle James West and some paddle wheeler captains. In a time when America was beginning to expand its into the northwest and tells of the lives of paddle wheeler Captains, ship crew, Indians and people, folks who lived next to the river. This was written to activate the imagination of folks of all ages. People may understand how to endure life's tragedies today. How folks, young and old, can endure life's tragedies and then leap for joy over each of their victories.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.07.2020
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Winter In St. Louis
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This book tells of family life in an age past. Being an avid reader and history buff, it reminds me of stories and events that my grandmother told me about during her lifetime. It is my hope that readers enjoy the book as much as I did. Thanks, John! Jonna H. Hochhalter - Wishek, ND I truly enjoyed the opportunity of proofreading John's book. It was very interesting to see how he was able to tell the story using those private journals that he received. It's no wonder that he's received inquiries from readers asking if they are true stories. John brings the hardships and joys that the characters experienced back when Western America was expanding. Thanks. Mrs. (Rev. Lyle) Ruth Klemz - Lehr, ND I think this is a book for all ages. It tells of a time when our America was just beginning to expand its horizons to the western part of the US in 1849 - 1850. The story shows the hardships of travelers and other people on the rivers. A great, clean story that has appropriate language for anyone, no bad words. This book has so many good short stories, you are bound to enjoy most of them. Please enjoy them, as we did. Thanks John. As summed up from others. Brought your-self over here and sit a spell and I'll tell you this story. A story that was captured from entries within many journals. There are so many good short stories to tell, the kind folks tell about grand fathers, grand mothers, the family black sheep, uncle, aunts, brothers, sisters, and school mates. You know, like good tails of hunting, fishing, camping, bad scary storms, of people's travels, and of odd situations. You know the kinds of stories told around the kitchen table, when the little kids are out playing, when relatives or visitors are sharing. Good stories sparked by a crackling campfire, that is remembered, old history and funny stories. Stories wrapped in the hot sun, or of food lost in the camp fire, in the wet and cold camp. Great stories are like beans, ones that stick to you. Stories shared with family and the rest of you readers to enjoy. For me and you, as the spelling, people's entry and wording, as me before you are the way the journals were written, I think it is best if it stays this way. In September of 1986, some of the journals were reviewed by a member of Lawton, OK. County Historical Commission who says, yes the journals was written about the 1850's. Without any extra funds for more research they were returned and later went to John. In 1987, following his nose for historical adventure from his home state Iowa and out to North Dakota, he went through the pages of journal history, and he decided to investigate. He found a grandparent's story for us all in this adventure. This story is compiled from many journals parts, written by the four children and other adults. It really started back in Iowa, in the spring of 1849 when two families, amalgamated; four deaths due to smallpox and the rest decide to move from Iowa, to St. Louis, and then move to Montana. Tells of their family adventures on the Mississippi and now their winter in Missouri. Stories that are suitable for all ages. This story part focuses on the remaining family, each is given a journal by their mother and they begin to record their daily life, people they reacted with, events and some more good adventures with their Uncle James West and some paddle wheeler captains. In a time when America was beginning to expand its into the northwest and tells of the lives of paddle wheeler Captains, ship crew, Indians and people, folks who lived next to the river. This was written to activate the imagination of folks of all ages. People may understand how to endure life's tragedies today. How folks, young and old, can endure life's tragedies and then leap for joy over each of their victories.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.07.2020
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Grilling Low Carb Recipes
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There's just something about a fire. It calls to us, pleases us in a way that few other things can. These grilling recipes will tantalize your palate and bring nutritious food to your table! We grow up with memories of roasting hot dogs over a campfire or grilling steaks and burgers at a Sunday picnic. But grills are so much more than these basics. They can make any dish tasty. Think beyond summertime! In our family we dig a path through the snow to get to the grill, and we grill food while the snow is falling around us. Grilling is just that special! I'll note that we use a Weber Silver grill with three burners front-to-back for these recipes. If your grill has a different setup, you'll want to adjust accordingly. Version Note: This is an early version of this grilling book. It currently has 15 recipes in it, including recipes for a marinade and sauce. I'm eager to add in more recipes - just let me know what you'd like for us to grill!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.07.2020
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