Honeysuckle by Anny Cook
(Flowers of Camelot, Book Two)

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When Florian LeFleur's wife runs away with an acrobatic troupe, leaving him with three marriageable daughters, he resolves to take them to Came-a-lot in search of husbands. Honeysuckle, his middle daughter, resigns herself to settling for just one man, though in her heart she longs to find two special men who will make mad passionate love to her for the rest of their days.The first night at the inn, Honey encounters the hunkalicious Hieney twins, Peter and Dick, who claim her immediately and announce their intention to marry her at the first opportunity. Their plans are delayed as they deal with a coup attempt against King Arthur, are abducted by a wicked sorceress, experience wild poison-induced passion in a cave and meet a sexy well-endowed unicorn.

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Published January 30, 2008 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 246 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian, Erotica. Fiction

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Autobiographical sketches concerning the coming-of-age of a white boy brought up by a black earth-mother in the pre-integration South: a book spicy with local color but otherwise tending toward the cute and affected.

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