Twenty-seven year old Boston “spinster” Roxanne Hayward helps herself to her adoring father’s cashbox and heads to San Francisco, in search of fame and fortune in the theatre.

 

Her hopes are dashed when she’s robbed on the banks of the wide Missouri, half a country away from her destination. With no other option, she reluctantly joins a wagon train headed west, led by rugged trail guide Seth Booker. She will be, it seems, a cook and laundress.

 

Not surprisingly, the stern wagonmaster and spoiled heiress don’t hit it off, and things only get worse for “Annie”–as Booker insists on calling her–as the train moves relentlessly west, over mountains, across washed out roads, and perilous river crossings.

 

It’s a dangerous and miserable trip, and Annie’s frequent battles with her new employer often end up with her across his knee.

 

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The Vampire’s Ball by Angela R. Sargenti

When Gregor the vampire goes out looking for a date to The Vampire’s Ball, he finds himself torn between two lovers instead. On the one hand, there’s the mature and submissive Regina, and on the other, there’s the brash young Philippa. Can he tame them both with spanking, or will they drive him crazy before he ever even gets to the ball.
 

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Flora, a dryad accused of murder and exiled from Mount Olympus… Kytos, a battle-weary warrior who follows orders and believes the gods can’t be wrong… Redwood, a fun-loving and perpetually aroused satyr… What could these three possibly have in common? The Beryllium Chalice, the source of all life and power on Mount Olympus.

 

With the chalice stolen from Mount Olympus by Hades, the other gods will weaken and Hades will be free to overthrow them and take control of the world. The only thing standing between the God of Death and his treacherous scheme are Flora, Kytos, and Redwood.

 

In spite of their differences, can the three companions get the chalice, cross the war-ridden Sorrowlands, and return it to Mount Olympus in time to save the gods and the world?

 

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