New York Detective Sidney Langston is rushed to the hospital with excruciating chest pains the same night a woman who bears a remarkable resemblance to her is murdered in San Diego. Tests reveal Sidney is perfectly healthy, yet the crippling pain persists until the dead woman reaches out from beyond the grave for Sidney's help to vindicate her wrongfully imprisoned husband and to find her murderer. Desperate to remain pain free, Sidney embarks on a mission to exonerate an innocent man. With a ruthless killer at large, she soon discovers the crime is more than a simple whodunit when dangerous scenarios unfold. The dead woman's spirit relentlessly pushes Detective Langston to solve the crime and correct an injustice - or forever be tormented by an invisible bullet wound. Revealing the author's genuine flair as a novelist for narrative driven storytelling, "Compelled" is decidedly and unreservedly recommended for community library collections.
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Bruno Benelli - When my sister Ellie was eighteen and became a freshman at the same small college where I was nineteen and a sophomore, we began fooling around in my dorm room on Saturdays. At first we cornholed but when she was safely on the pill I popped her cherry Anal, Anim, Inc-Taboo, curiosity by: LeAnn - I had just turned 8 when Monty, my oldest brother and Jess and Lee first introduced me to sex. Monty was in the bathroom playing with himself when I came in and I asked him what he was doing.
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A nineteenth-century painting by the Swiss-French painter Marc Gabriel Charles Gleyre depicting a scene from Longus 's Daphnis and Chloe While this article is about the mass-market form of love romance novels, the genre of works of extended prose fiction dealing with romantic love existed in classical Greece. Pamela was the first popular novel to be based on a courtship as told from the perspective of the heroine. Unlike many of the novels of the time, Pamela had a happy ending, when after Mr. B attempts unsuccessfully to seduce and rape Pamela multiple times, he eventually rewards her virtue by sincerely proposing an equitable marriage to her. The book was one of the first bestsellers, with five editions printed in the first eleven months of release.