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The Backdoor Sex Club: An Anal Sex Club Erotica...
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Clarissa is getting tired of hearing her friend Sally constantly describe her sexual conquests. There's no way her friend is anywhere near as sex-crazed as she claims…is there? Surprised to discover that she's getting a little self-conscious about it and even a bit sex-crazed herself, Clarissa decides to throw caution to the wind and visit The Circle Club, a black tie nightclub that, if the rumors are true, never stays formal for long. She's ready to let her hair down and really show that she can shine as brightly as Sally, but has she gotten herself in too deep? One thing's for certain, when she volunteers for some fun with three cute guys, she never thought they'd be ready to help out…by taking her virgin ass over and over! It's a first anal sex extravaganza, and Clarissa is the main attraction! Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity during an anal gangbang sex encounter. It includes group sex, reluctant gangbang sex, sex club sex, backdoor sex, first anal sex, rough sex, double team sex, and double penetration. It is intended for mature readers who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jess Bella. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/013982/bk_acx0_013982_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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No Traveler Returns: The Lost Years of Bela Lug...
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Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger have added the final chapter to Bela Lugosi's career, combining fascinating unknown details of his film and stage activities with post-WWII film history. Superbly researched and written as an engrossing story of an actor's struggle against professional decline. A must-read! (Robert Cremer, author of Lugosi: The Man Behind the Cape) "Gary Rhodes represents that elusive Gold Standard in narrative research into the full depth and breadth of Bela Lugosi's complicated career. Rhodes' devotion to the banishment of myth, and to its replacement with frank and humanizing truth, has provided a wealth of historical storytelling that, in turn, renders the actor's known body of work all the more fascinating and comprehensible. Just when I catch myself believing I know all there is to be known about Lugosi, along come Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger with a fresh brace of revelations. The process advances immeasurably in No Traveler Returns: The Lost Years of Bela Lugosi." (Michael H. Price, coauthor of the Forgotten Horrors series) "In No Traveler Returns, Bela Lugosi scholar extraordinaire Gary D. Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger provide a fascinating time travel journey back to the late 1940s/early 1950s, when Lugosi - largely out of favor in Hollywood - embarked on a Gypsy-like existence of vaudeville, summer stock, and magic shows. While many historians have considered this era a limbo in Lugosi's career, with precious few facts unearthed, Rhodes and Kaffenberger take the listener along for a wide-eyed ride as Bela performs in a nightclub so notorious that armed guards keep watch on the roof, dresses as Dracula in a magic show where he and a gorilla (a man in a suit) play football with the guillotined head of a woman (a dummy), and races from one stock engagement to another without ever missing a cue. Never in his American career was Bela so busy, and never did his light shine so brightly, as he val 1. Language: English. Narrator: J.T. McDaniel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064670/bk_acx0_064670_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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No Traveler Returns
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'Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger have added the final chapter to Bela Lugosi's career, combining fascinating unknown details of his film and stage activities with post-WWII film history. Superbly researched and written as an engrossing story of an actor's struggle against professional decline. A must-read!' - Robert Cremer, author of Lugosi: The Man Behind the Cape (Henry Regnery, 1976). 'Gary Rhodes represents that elusive Gold Standard in narrative research into the full depth and breadth of Bela Lugosi's complicated career. Rhodes' devotion to the banishment of myth, and to its replacement with frank and humanizing truth, has provided a wealth of historical storytelling that, in turn, renders the actor's known body of work all the more fascinating and comprehensible. Just when I catch myself believing I know all there is to be known about Lugosi - along comes Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger with a fresh brace of revelations. The process advances immeasurably in No Traveler Returns: The Lost Years of Bela Lugosi.' - Michael H. Price, coauthor of the Forgotten Horrors series. In No Traveler Returns, Bela Lugosi scholar extraordinaire Gary D. Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger provide a fascinating time travel journey back to the late 1940s/early 1950s, when Lugosi - largely out of favor in Hollywood - embarked on a Gypsy-like existence of vaudeville, summer stock, and magic shows. While many historians have considered this era a limbo in Lugosi's career, with precious few facts unearthed, Rhodes and Kaffenberger take the reader along for a wide-eyed ride as Bela performs in a nightclub so notorious that armed guards keep watch on the roof, dresses as Dracula in a magic show where he and a gorilla (a man in a suit) play football with the guillotined head of a woman (a dummy), and races from one stock engagement to another without ever missing a cue. Never in his American career was Bela so busy, and never did his light shine so brightly as he valiantly troupes to support his family, dominate age and illness, and please his audiences. It's a fastidiously researched education in the show business world of the time - and a stirring tribute to the charm, brilliance and inexhaustible professionalism of the star who was Dracula. - Gregory William Mank, author of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff: The Expanded Story of a Haunting Collaboration (McFarland, 2009).

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Memoirs of a Nail Tech
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The majority of my clients in the salon were women, of course, so there have been countless numbers of conversations on the topic of why are men passing up good women. I don't think it really matters what ethnicity a woman is because when she is looking and feeling good about herself and her sexuality you can't tell her anything! She may have gone out of her way to color those roots, pluck those eyebrows, shave areas the sun don't shine or other things to get ready to attract a man. Whether the encounter is a mall, coffee shop, grocery store or nightclub, it is always a little nerve-racking. She goes through 100 self-checks in her mind but then realizes that she is fine and he will notice. Is my stomach sticking out; hope my eye makeup isn't smudged; is there food in my teeth; are the girls at attention? So you can imagine she is a little perturbed when a man she finds attractive passes her by without as much as a 'hi, bitch, hi.' It's almost as if he didn't notice her or if he did, he just wasn't interested. I have to address this issue because for the men reading this book you are probably thinking 'welcome to our world heifers!' You would be absolutely right. You have been getting rejected from the time you were 10 in fifth grade and Mary, the cutie with the bubble booty and braces, smiled past you. You thought she was looking at you in the lunchroom and you got up the nerve to walk over to the table with her and all her friends (big mistake). You said 'hello' only to get laughed at by all of them because Mary was actually looking at Todd at the table behind you. This started your journey of learning to deal with rejection, after rejection, after rejection. 'No' after 'No' after 'No!' I don't think people realize the true definition of success. It's doing something over and over again until you perfect it enough that you win because you never quit. Men, I have to congratulate you on your diligence and perseverance in dealing

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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No Traveler Returns
38,99 € *
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'Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger have added the final chapter to Bela Lugosi's career, combining fascinating unknown details of his film and stage activities with post-WWII film history. Superbly researched and written as an engrossing story of an actor's struggle against professional decline. A must-read!' - Robert Cremer, author of Lugosi: The Man Behind the Cape (Henry Regnery, 1976). 'Gary Rhodes represents that elusive Gold Standard in narrative research into the full depth and breadth of Bela Lugosi's complicated career. Rhodes' devotion to the banishment of myth, and to its replacement with frank and humanizing truth, has provided a wealth of historical storytelling that, in turn, renders the actor's known body of work all the more fascinating and comprehensible. Just when I catch myself believing I know all there is to be known about Lugosi - along comes Gary Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger with a fresh brace of revelations. The process advances immeasurably in No Traveler Returns: The Lost Years of Bela Lugosi.' - Michael H. Price, coauthor of the Forgotten Horrors series. In No Traveler Returns, Bela Lugosi scholar extraordinaire Gary D. Rhodes and Bill Kaffenberger provide a fascinating time travel journey back to the late 1940s/early 1950s, when Lugosi - largely out of favor in Hollywood - embarked on a Gypsy-like existence of vaudeville, summer stock, and magic shows. While many historians have considered this era a limbo in Lugosi's career, with precious few facts unearthed, Rhodes and Kaffenberger take the reader along for a wide-eyed ride as Bela performs in a nightclub so notorious that armed guards keep watch on the roof, dresses as Dracula in a magic show where he and a gorilla (a man in a suit) play football with the guillotined head of a woman (a dummy), and races from one stock engagement to another without ever missing a cue. Never in his American career was Bela so busy, and never did his light shine so brightly as he valiantly troupes to support his family, dominate age and illness, and please his audiences. It's a fastidiously researched education in the show business world of the time - and a stirring tribute to the charm, brilliance and inexhaustible professionalism of the star who was Dracula. - Gregory William Mank, author of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff: The Expanded Story of a Haunting Collaboration (McFarland, 2009).

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Memoirs of a Nail Tech
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The majority of my clients in the salon were women, of course, so there have been countless numbers of conversations on the topic of why are men passing up good women. I don't think it really matters what ethnicity a woman is because when she is looking and feeling good about herself and her sexuality you can't tell her anything! She may have gone out of her way to color those roots, pluck those eyebrows, shave areas the sun don't shine or other things to get ready to attract a man. Whether the encounter is a mall, coffee shop, grocery store or nightclub, it is always a little nerve-racking. She goes through 100 self-checks in her mind but then realizes that she is fine and he will notice. Is my stomach sticking out; hope my eye makeup isn't smudged; is there food in my teeth; are the girls at attention? So you can imagine she is a little perturbed when a man she finds attractive passes her by without as much as a 'hi, bitch, hi.' It's almost as if he didn't notice her or if he did, he just wasn't interested. I have to address this issue because for the men reading this book you are probably thinking 'welcome to our world heifers!' You would be absolutely right. You have been getting rejected from the time you were 10 in fifth grade and Mary, the cutie with the bubble booty and braces, smiled past you. You thought she was looking at you in the lunchroom and you got up the nerve to walk over to the table with her and all her friends (big mistake). You said 'hello' only to get laughed at by all of them because Mary was actually looking at Todd at the table behind you. This started your journey of learning to deal with rejection, after rejection, after rejection. 'No' after 'No' after 'No!' I don't think people realize the true definition of success. It's doing something over and over again until you perfect it enough that you win because you never quit. Men, I have to congratulate you on your diligence and perseverance in dealing

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.01.2020
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