"Love, love, loved the scene with the fallen Christmas tree. Laugh out loud funny and sexy to boot!"— author Natalie Dae
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Why do people commit crimes? How can crime be prevented? And what can society and criminal justice professionals do to implement constructive responses to criminal behavior? Summarizing what he has learned about crime and criminals during his long career, one of social work’s most distinguished theoreticians speculates about the factors…
Jilly doesn’t want a guy who’s wealthy and famous, nor does he have to be gorgeous. She dreams of a man who will simply love her, help her raise a family and grow old with her. Although she’s been dating Ford for a few weeks, they still haven’t had sex, and she begins doubting her sexuality. When Ava, her best friend, says she overheard him discussing kinky sex with someone, Jilly wonders if she’s too vanilla for Ford. His idea of sex on the subway with a very unique candy cane only confirms her suspicions.
Then one snowy day Ford takes Jilly to a special shop where he buys her Christmas gifts she never expected, gifts involving whips, chains, and wicked stilettoes. Thinking he’s taking their relationship to the next level, Jilly is devastated when Ava drops her bomb—one that may break up Jilly and Ford’s relationship forever.
But Christmas is in the air and so is the scent of sex and peppermint. Maybe Jilly’s dream will come true after all…