Rees by Allyson James
Tales of the Shareem

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Tales of the Shareem - Rees By Allyson James The Shareem. Males created to be tall, muscled, sexy, and…enhanced. They come in one of three levels—pure sensual pleasure, games and wicked fun, or the ultimate barbarian—complete with whip. They know how to bring a woman to ecstasy and exactly how to keep her there. When Lady Talan d'Urvey reads the diary of a woman who spent one wicked week with a Shareem, she longs to experience the same carnality in one last fling before she takes her vow of celibacy. She goes in search of a Shareem and finds Rees, tall and blond, with Shareem-blue eyes. Just looking into those eyes makes Talan wild with need. But Rees is a Shareem experiment that never should have been made. Rees is all the Shareem levels rolled into one, and then some. Rees is uncontrollable, Rees is unpredictable. Even Rees's creators could never, ever be sure exactly what he would do…

About Allyson James

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Allyson James lives in Phoenix, AZ.
Published January 30, 2013 by JA / AG Publishing. 243 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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But this optimism is really what the story is about: there are often no easy or simplistic answers to life's questions, in fact, there may be no answers at all, but that doesn't mean one cannot — as Omar Yussef does — adapt to the challenges and avail oneself to the opportunities of an ever-chang...

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Los Angeles Review of Books. REVIEWS. REVIEWS ... Deryn Rees-Jones was
born in Liverpool with family links to North Wales, where she later studied. ...
1998), Quiver (Seren, 2004), and a critical book, Consorting with Angels (<br...

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