Xander like things simple. He tried to keep up with the big boys, and failed disastrously. Now, he's sworn off the bad boys he's always been drawn to so irresistibly. But he's finally forced to admit that his determination to play it safe has resulted in nothing but a string of bad (read: boring) dates.Luckily, his friend Lara knows what he really needs. Losing to her strategically played bet sees Xander stepping into a whole new world.
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Students and others interested in nineteenth century drama have long been handicapped by the lack of a convenient selection of outstanding plays of the period. The present volume is the first to fill the gap. It contains: Black Ey'd Susan, by Douglas Jerold, Money, by Edward Bulwer Lytton, Masks and Faces, by Charles Reade and Tom Taylor, The…
Paul is on a mission: Make Xander his. After months spent quietly falling for him from a distance, Paul is a more than willing pawn in Lara's hands. He'll pull out all the stops – sexy kilt and all – to introduce Xander to the beauty of submission at a loving Dom's feet. But even the sting of deceit is deemed forgivable, Xander can't imagine what a sexy powerhouse like Paul wants with a quiet, unassuming boy like Xander.
There is hot sex in this story, but the issue of protection is left somewhat ambiguous. In real life, be safe without question.