The Rough - Fesselnde Harmonie

BASTEI LÜBBE
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Gwen Hamilton gehört zu den reichsten und bekanntesten Frauen in Hollywood. Niemand ahnt jedoch, dass sie zusammen mit ihrer Schwester Ricki Herrin von LAs exklusivstem Privatclub ist. Gwen muss schnell feststellen, dass dieses unerwartete Erbe befreiender und sinnlicher ist als alles, was sie bisher erlebt hat. Sie möchte nichts mehr, als die Fesselspiele selbst auszuprobieren, kann sich jedoch nicht so recht an den Gedanken gewöhnen, eine Sub zu sein - bis sie den sexy Gitarrist Mal Kennealy trifft. Der heiße Rockstar verkörpert alles, was Gwen nie wollte. Aber mit jedem verführerischen Befehl erkennt sie, dass an Mal gebunden zu sein, ihre dunkelsten Herzenswünsche erfüllen könnte ...

Reiche Erbinnen, heiße Rockstars und ein geheimer BDSM-Club - Die eBook-Reihe The Rough - Secrets of a Rockstar bietet prickelnde Liebesgeschichten voll erotischer Spannung.
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About the author

Cecilia Tan ist Autorin und Sex-Aktivistin. Ihr BDSM-Liebesroman Slow Surrender gewann den RT Reviewers Choice Award in der Kategorie Erotic Romance, sie selbst wurde mit dem RT Career Achievement Award in derselben Kategorie ausgezeichnet. Sie ist Gründerin und Herausgeberin von Circlet Press, einem Verlag für erotische Science Fiction und Fantasy und Initiator des Fetish Fair Fleamarket. Im Jahr 2010 wurde sie in die Saints & Sinners Hall of Fame aufgenommen.
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Publisher
BASTEI LÜBBE
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Published on
Jun 1, 2017
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Pages
435
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ISBN
9783732538911
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Language
German
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
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 This issue of The National Pastime is dedicated to baseball in Houston since 1961. Each annual issue of TNP has centers on the geographic area of SABR’s national convention summer site. In 2014 the convention took place in Houston, Texas. The local chapter (named for former Houston Astro Larry Dierker) produced a coffee-table book cover HOUSTON BASEBALL up to 1961, so this issue of The National Pastime focuses on the space age and the arrival of Major League Baseball in the region. 


So here we have a special issue centered almost entirely on the Houston Astros (né Colt .45s) and their two influential and iconic homes, short-lived Colt Stadium and the Astrodome. 


The Houston MLB franchise has amassed more than its share of history in the five-plus decades since their launch. A well-worn adage is “everything is bigger in Texas,” and that certainly applies to the role of the Astrodome in pop culture, and to the outsize personality of team owner Roy Hofheinz, who was one part P.T. Barnum, two parts George Steinbrenner, and all Texan. If you weren’t able to attend the convention in Houston, please enjoy reading this issue of The National Pastime as your virtual trip to “Space City” in the Lone Star State will employ seventeen SABR members as your tour guides:


Contents

Introduction by Cecilia Tan

Houston’s Role in the Initiation of Sunday Night Baseball by Bill McCurdy

Movies, Bullfights, and Baseball, Too: A Sports Stadium Built for Spectacle First and Sports Second by Eric Robinson

Wooing Women Fans:The Houston Astros by Will Flaherty

The Colt .45s and the 1961 Expansion Draft by Stephen D. Boren and Eric Thompson

Dick “Turk” Farrell: Houston’s First All-Star by Ron Briley

The 1963 Pepsi Cola Colt .45s Baseball Card Set by Charles Harrison

Astros 1, Mets 0: Almost Three Games in One by John McMurray

The 1968 All-Star Game by Brendan Bingham

The Saga of J.R. Richard’s Debut: Blowing Away 15 Sticks at Candlestick by Dan VanDeMortel

From the Gashouse to the Glasshouse: Leo Durocher and the 1972–73 Houston Astros by Jimmy Keenan

There Used to Be a Big Dome by Francis Kinlaw

Houston’s Fallen Star: Don Wilson by Matthew M. Clifford

Rainout in the Astrodome by Rick Schabowski

Catching Rainbows and Calling Stars: Alan Ashby and the Houston Astros by Maxwell Kates

The Greatest Game Ever Played? October 15, 1986 by Ron Briley

The Houston Astros Hall of Stats by Adam Darowski

Astrodome Proves to Be No Hitters Park by Paul Geisler

Dome Attendance Below League Average by Paul Geisler

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