A Little Bit of Girl Time: Volume I, Part II

A Little Bit of Girl Time: Complete Volume I

Book 2
Haven Bookworks

Acceptance by Amanda Hawkins

One man’s struggle to come to terms with his feminine soul ... ... and his ultimate surrender to the woman inside.

Theseus and the Minotaur: Part I - The Labyrinth of Crete by A. Garrett

The tale of Theseus, Prince of Athens, and his quest to save his countrymen from the Minotaur of Crete's Labyrinth.

Destiny by Rocky

A man's frequent quarrels with his neighbor come to an end when he is transformed to fulfill a new destiny.

A Rest by Any Other Name by Chelsea Baker

Warren is a man willing to do anything to protect his prosperous company from ruin, so when his lawyer brings him complaints of sexual harassment he soon finds himself in a position to investigate the problem personally.

Madame Morgan: Danyelle (A Strawberry Girl Story) by Danyelle Recneps

A transvestite is given the opportunity to become a beautiful woman, with a few minor catches.
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Haven Bookworks
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Published on
Jan 14, 2014
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Pages
205
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Erotica
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A brave new novel that sensitively explores one woman's experience of sexual violence and the silencing of those who feel compelled to speak out.What happens when a young woman enters a city apartment early morning, with two footballers? Jordi Spence is sixteen years old and lives in outer Melbourne. By daybreak, her world has shifted. Max Carlisle, a troubled AFL star, can't stop what comes next. And Ruby, a single woman from the apartment block, is left with questions when she sees Jordi leave. In this remarkable novel, Rachel Matthews captures the characters of Jordi and her family, the players, and the often loveable inhabitants of a big city with a deceptive lightness of touch that seduces the reader. Siren reveals the often unnoticed life of a city while simultaneously drawing us deep into a dark and troubling world. What happens has an unexpected effect on all those who are both directly and indirectly involved. The result is a powerful and haunting novel about cultural stereotypes and expectations, love, loneliness, family and our struggle to connect. In so many ways, Matthews subtly sounds the siren on sexual violence and its prevalence in our culture. 'Anyone reading this novel will be aware of similar instances of exploitation, cover-ups and 'blaming the victim' that Jordi suffers. Siren is a gritty and honest novel in its depiction of sexual violence against young women. It deals with the experience and aftermath of violence that neither sanitises the experience physically or psychologically. This is an important work.' Tony Birch, author of Ghost River and The Promise.
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