Night Studies

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University of Illinois student Tracy Williams just discovered she's a Tantric sex goddess. The source of her divine revelation: her hunky Chinese-born erotica instructor, Nathan Gao.

Whenever her yin bumps up against Nathan's yang, she's literally communing with heaven. Tracy's new mantra: more, more, more.

But Nathan faces an obligation. Now that Tracy's inner power is awakened, she must be surrendered to the sacred Hong Kong temple for a life of training and devotion, no matter how much he wants her for himself.

But when Tracy is forced to choose—sex or love—Nathan discovers he isn't prepared for the consequences

Contemporary Romance Category: Hot

Previously titled: The Tao of Sex

OTHER TITLES by Kathy Lyons
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About the author

Kathy Lyons is the fun, contemporary side of USA Today Bestselling author Jade Lee. She loves writing sassy romance with lots of laughter and sex.
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ePublishing Works!
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Published on
Feb 20, 2013
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Pages
250
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ISBN
9781614175261
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Historical
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Cozy
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