Angel Santana tells her tale of spanking desire and anal lust, beginning with her school girl paddlings. Later, the young slut is caught in a barroom raid and sent to Brody Hall Reformatory for Wayward Women, notorious for its strict discipline. At Brody, Angel undergoes ruthless punishment, plus crude and very anal discipline. A natural rebel, Angel both fights her treatment and succumbs to Brody discipline and the seductive dominance of her handsome caseworker, Tony Casals. Free of Brody, Angel struggles to find a place in her life for her unusual lust.
Author: Lizbeth Dusseau
Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media
Her real name is Lady Alexandra Theodora Beaumont, the daughter of an abusive British lord. Rescued by Quakers from near drowning, little "Dora" grows up as a typical Quaker child. No one knows of her past, not even the boy Dora adores, Pace Nicholls, hellion son of a local slaveholder. As Pace and Dora reach adulthood in war-torn Kentucky, Pace defiantly frees the family slaves, leaves his law practice, and joins the Union army. Dora is always there to nurse his wounds and aid his rebellions. Pace has no excuse except war's insanity for taking her in wanton self-indulgence and not giving his heart, never guessing that the tables would one day turn. The noble and beautiful Lady Alexandra who once came so willingly into his arms could be swept forever out of his reach… unless this time he offers the love he’s never known. ~~~ "A gifted story teller"—Romantic Times "Ms. Rice does a great job of creating a fast-paced story with appealing characters and interesting subplots."—Paperback Forum
Rogues and Desperadoes
Author: Patricia Rice
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Author: George Wethern,Vincent Colnett
Publisher: Richard Marek Publishers
Category: Biography & Autobiography
We all know about the Hells Angels: toughs on Harleys terrorizing the law-abiding; wild brawls and wild sex; drugs and cruelty, beatings, and even murder. But nobody really knows what it's like to be an Angel except an Angel. In this classic of Hells Angels literature, to be read alongside the works of Hunter S. Thompson and Sonny Barger, George Wethern—for many years the vice president of the Oakland Chapter—tells it like it is. Until he found himself in reluctant service to the courts, Wethern was the quintessential Angel. One of the West Coast's top drug dealers, he was a man who loved bikes, fights, women, and drugs; a man who knew the deepest secrets of Angel life. Arrested, strung out, in despair, he bought a precarious freedom by testifying in major trials against Angels members—and then disappeared into the witness protection program. A Wayward Angel is a powerful book, a not-for-the-squeamish portrait of the drug scene and the alienation from modern life in late-twentieth-century California. We witness killings, million-dollar drug deals, and orgy-laced “picnics.” This is a story uniquely American. And it is a terrifying tale—because it's real.
The Full Story of the Hells Angels
Author: George Wethern,Vincent Colnett
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: True Crime
Bragen Alexander has spent years searching for the one whose lies about a crime could send Bragen to the gallows. But not until he encounters the fierce beauty Nichole Heatherton does finding that man become a possibility. If Nichole leads Bragen to Bodine, her ex-fiancé, he promises to bring her along on a tempestuous ocean crossing. In a masquerade that leads the two on a stormy journey, they find themselves forced to wed and to acknowledge their undeniable passion for each other.
Author: Sue Rich
Publisher: Open Road Media
Author: Arkham, Candice,Alice ramirez
Publisher: New York : Richard Gallen Books ; Markham, Ont. : Distributed in Canada by PaperJacks
Ever wonder how the Hells Angels got their name? Ever wonder about that little demonic critter on the Pagan’s patch? Ever wonder about the local one-percenter motorcycle club that hangs out at the corner bar? The One-Percenter Encyclopedia answers these questions and many more. Featuring concise entries that include information on founding chapters, founding dates, number of chapters, number of members, and club biography, this book covers all the major clubs—Hells Angels, Outlaws, Pagans, Mongols, Vagos—as well as lesser-known clubs from around the world.
The World of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs from Abyss Ghosts to Zombies Elite
Author: Bill Hayes
Sisters, Cousins and Wayward Angels displays Tillinghast's fascination with women, young and old, their beauty and their mystery. Many of the poems in this collection also play with notions of the contentment derived from spending long days and nights of solitude in the woods. These poems stir images and long remembered feelings. NE M'OUBLIEZ PAS! She doesn't wear a coat, Goes barefoot in the winter, I think she must achieve Symphony from setting. She cocks her head and whips Her hip out like a knife-- Haven't a clue where she comes from-- A rhapsody, crimson ballad, Not a life. She winks and shrugs her shoulders, Sigh of Circean resolution-- Minor heaven, indigo Paradise--she moves To a vivid conclusion.
Author: David C. Tillinghast
eine Geschichte vom begrabenen Leben ; Roman
Author: Thomas Wolfe
Heidi ist siebzehn, ziemlich groß und kämpft sich durch den Highschool-Wahnsinn. Obendrein ist sie ein kleines bisschen freakig. Denn Heidi hört Stimmen in ihrem Kopf. Na ja, eigentlich nur eine Stimme: Jeromes. Jerome ist ebenfalls siebzehn - nur leider: tot. Als Heidis Schutzengel soll er sich in der Seelen-Reha den Zutritt zum Himmel erarbeiten. Nur schade, dass Jerome manchmal Besseres zu tun hat, als auf Heidi aufzupassen. Tränen lachen oder über das Leben nachdenken? Bei Echt mieses Timing geht beides!
Author: Martha Brockenbrough
Publisher: Dressler Verlag
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Wishes for love bring hope from above. Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy—three willing but sometimes wayward angels—areeach given someone's prayer to answer . . . Shirley: She's sent to help nine-year-old Timmy Potter, who longs for a new father. And although his mother, Jody, has vowed never to trust any man, Shirley is determined to help her love again. Goodness: She knows Monica Fischer longs for a husband and home of her own, but the young woman has practically given up on finding the right man to stand by her side . . . until Goodness steps in to help. Mercy: Can Mercy bring hope back intoLeah Lundberg's life? This maternity nursedesperately wants a child to fill up the homeshe's made with her husband, Andrew. But there's just one catch: Each angel must teach her charge a memorablelesson before the prayer can be granted . . .
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: Harper Collins
God of the Splitsecond relates to events that are more than mere coincidences. The book of short stories starts with "Emma on the Road" as the first event the author remembers as a child seeing God in action. The other event is "Babushka in the Field" which happened 50 years and 5 seconds later, from which she coined the title of this book. The most dramatic is the "Berlin Exodus through the Red Sea," where over a thousand Mennonites escaped in a freight train unnoticed by the Soviets to get to Paraguay. The book covers the period from World War II to the present. It includes many other "God of the Splitsecond" events in the lives of Corrie ten Boom, Livingstone, Squanto, Dayuma of the Aucas, Schaeffer's L'Abri, and others. It encourages the readers to see the hand of Providence in their own lives. The original version of this book was written for the grandchildren of the author's family, for whom she made some 300 drawings to illustrate each story. Trudy Morrow, M.A., was born in 1933 in a 200-year old German colony in Eastern Europe. In the upheaval of 1940, Hitler had multitudes of ethnic people removed from their homeland and resettled in Poland and the so-called "Reich." She remembers wartime experiences and life as refugees in West Germany, but values the blessings of her American home in New England for over 40 years. The author has a Masters degree in social psychology from the University of New Haven, worked as secretary, administrator, educator, and medical translator for many years. She is the widow of an Anglican pastor and was involved in Christian education, art, and philosophy. She developed the Otaspeed-Writing SystemTM (www.otaspeedwriting.com) and is the founder of Otawit Institute TM, Apologetics for Teens (www.otawit.com).
Author: Trudy Morrow
Publisher: Xulon Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography