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The Joy of Cream - A Hucow Collection

by Lola Ryder & Vic Bonner

A hot and steamy collection of four creamy stories - #1 Hucow at the Office – Cream & Punishment: Gorgeous and busty personal assistant Melissa learns the hard way the consequences of taking things that do...

Minor Poems by John Milton

by John Milton

Blest pair of Sirens, pledges of Heaven’s joy, Sphere-born harmonious sisters, Voice and Verse, Wed your divine sounds, and mixed power employ, Dead things with inbreathed sense able to pierce; And to our...

Far from the Madding Crowd

by Thomas Hardy

British novelist, short story writer, and poet of the naturalist movement. He captured the epoch just before the railways and the industrial revolution changed the English countryside. His works are pessimistic...

And You May Find Yourself

by Paul Dalgarno

And You May Find Yourself is the hilarious and harrowing account of a Scottish émigré in Melbourne, in search of a job so that his young family can live, and desperately at odds with his new found role as...

Vienna: A Novel

by William S. Kirby

It started as nothing more than a one-night stand . . .

Justine is an A-list fashion model on a photo shoot in Europe. Adored by half the world, she can have whomever she wants, but she's never met anyone like...

Dragon Heart

by Cecelia Holland

Where the Cape of the Winds juts into the endless sea, there is Castle Ocean, and therein dwells the royal family that has ruled it from time immemorial. But there is an Empire growing in the east, and its forces...

Tales of Passed Times

by Charles Perrault

It is to Perrault that we owe our acquaintance with the greater number of good old-fashioned fairy-tales, but an edition of these, although it includes such intimate friends of our childhood as Blue Beard, the...

The Blonde Lady

by Maurice Leblanc

On the 8th of December last, M. Gerbois, professor of mathematics at Versailles College, rummaging among the stores at a second-hand dealer's, discovered a small mahogany writing-desk, which took his fancy because...

Far from the Madding Crowd

by Thomas Hardy

British novelist, short story writer, and poet of the naturalist movement. He captured the epoch just before the railways and the industrial revolution changed the English countryside. His works are pessimistic...

The Dark Ages

by L.

Men call you “dark.” What factory then blurred the light Of golden suns, when nothing blacker than the shades Of coming rain climbed up the heather-mantled height? While the air Breathed all the scents of...

Harmony Falls: The Complete Series

by Elley Arden

Welcome to Harmony Falls, Pennsylvania, where its residents are determined to make the most of their opportunities - and stay out of each other's hearts. Easier said than done, and the sparks fly higher than...

How to understand Shakespeare's plays

by Thomas Keightley

In reading and criticising the plays of Shakespeare, we must always bear in mind that they were written for the stage, not for the closet, to be acted, not to be read. Shakespeare, as it would appear, was utterly...

Legends That Every Child Should Know

by Hamilton Wright Mabie

If we knew how the words in our language were made and what they have meant to successive generations of the men and women who have used them, we should have a new and very interesting kind of history to read....


by Rudyard Kipling

This book was written by English writer R. Kipling. The story of Kim, the orphaned son of an Irish soldier and a poor Irish mother who are both dead. Living a vagabond existence in India, under British rule...

Mediaeval Tales

by Henry Morley

This volume of "Mediæval Tales" is in four parts, containing severally, Turpin's "History of Charles the Great and Orlando," which is an old source of Charlemagne romance; Spanish Ballads, relating chiefly...

How to Study

by Frank M. Mcmurry

No doubt every one can recall peculiar methods of study that he or some one else has at some time followed. During my attendance at high school I often studied aloud at home, along with several other temporary...

The Spiritual Function of Sex

by Mcivor-tyndall

No phase of civilization can rise to the highest possibilities as long as the average mental attitude toward the most vital, the most important and the most sacred function of our being, is one of shame, sinfulness,...

Madame Bovary

by Flaubert

Madame Bovary is Flaubert's novel that takes place in the North of France, near the provincial city of Rouen in Normandy. Charles Bovary is a shy and awkward young man from a good family that manages to marry...

The Czar

by Deborah Alcock

THE nineteenth century was still very young; its eventful day—that day whose sunset we have yet to see—had but lately dawned upon the world. There were regions, even in Europe, where, for any illumination...

Czechoslovak Fairy Tales

by Parker Fillmore

This rendering of some of the old Czechoslovak tales is not offered as a literal translation or a scholarly translation. I have retold the stories in a way that I hope will please American children. I have tried...