Sin Date With A Sleep-Over Nurse

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“My goodness, Mr. Taylor,” Maureen murmured. “Haven’t you ever seen a nurse out of uniform before?”

Young, lush, golden-haired, she was the live-in nurse who tended Frank Taylor’s bedridden wife—and to Taylor himself, a tantalizing, just-out-of-reach goad to bottled-up passions. Then came the night he realized that the perfect female body beneath the starched white uniform was tormented by needs as fevered as his own, triggering his first step toward the limits of forbidden desire…

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Little-Known Commando Raid That Saved D-Day

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Also ‘French Girls Barracks’, and ‘Why Detroit Won’t Give Americans A Safe Tire’

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Monkey Madness

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Also, ‘What To Tell Your Wife About Sex’. Presumably, “Yes, please!”

I Fought The Blood Suckers of Ceylon

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