Lush by Sasha White

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The pleasure is all yours if you're ready to let your fantasies take control and surrender yourself to desire . . . "The Principles of Lust" Sleek and sexy erotic art gallery owner Teal Jamison knows what she likes and isn't afraid to let carpenter Zack Dillon know that her current fantasy features him in all his masculine glory. But Zack has a deliciously different game in mind for a woman accustomed to taking charge . . . "Passion Play" Quick to follow where passion leads, then back off when things get too close, jewelry designer Mia Jones's sensual odyssey with singles columnist Dominick Jamison is perfect: hot, sweet, and with no risk of complications. But how long can her heart stay cold-when she's lost in the heat of a man devoted to every forbidden pleasure her body craves? "Sexual Healing" When massage therapist Caitlyn Ellis shows photographer Jack Lowell the joys of sensual self love for the camera, he can't resist the erotic invitation to take pleasure in her lush curves-or deny himself the hands-on ecstasy of loving a beautiful woman determined to heal his battered soul . . . by setting his body on fire.

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Published April 1, 2007 by Aphrodisia. 320 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Clockers, about a black cocaine dealer in New Jersey's public-housing projects, was so good that Spike Lee's film adaptation was bound to be disappointing.

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