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eBook Passion (Aphrodisia) ePub

by P.F. Kozak

  • ISBN: 0758214170
  • Category: Erotica
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: P.F. Kozak
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington (May 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1363 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1570 kb
  • Other: docx lit azw txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 263

Description

Lost in her books, shy and beautiful Pash is free to explore her fascination with sexy rogues. Living vicariously through romance novels, shy yet beautiful Pash, who has a penchant for sexy rogues, finds her innermost fantasies becoming a sensual reality when she succumbs to forbidden pleasure with her new riding instructor.

Kozak is a Network Administrator and Communications Specialist for an international shipping company. Writing is her passion and her jo. .

Teach Me A highwayman comes riding. Lost in her books, shy and beautiful Pash. Kozak is a Network Administrator and Communications Specialist for an international shipping company.

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Kozak is an author of erotic romance and fiction. She writes for passionate women who are in touch with their sexuality, sensuality, and feminine beauty. Her site features erotica in words, and pictures of men for women by photographer Za-Hazzanani. P. F. Kozak has had a unique perspective on sexuality since she discovered playing doctor, long before puberty. Once her hormones blended with her imagination, exotic erotic fantasies were born, and stories filled her head

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Aphrodisia and Passion. Passion and aphrodisia are semantically related. in strong desire topic. In some cases you can use "Passion" instead a noun "Aphrodisia". Synonyms for Aphrodisia. Passion noun – A feeling of strong or constant regard for and dedication to someone. Aphrodisia and passion are semantically related. You can use "Aphrodisia" instead a noun "Passion". Nearby Words: passionate, passionately, passivity, passionless, passional. Synonyms for Passion.

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This was the first Aphrodisia and Mellor book I have read. The storyline and characters were believable and I liked the descriptions of what the men and women were each doing, feeling (emotionally and physically), and thinking. The author alternated between the man and the woman. The author alternated between the man and the woman

Originally published as a Headline Liaison book for couples, this novel contains many explicitly sexual scenes of a varied nature.

Originally published as a Headline Liaison book for couples, this novel contains many explicitly sexual scenes of a varied nature. Kozak ) Teach Me. A highwayman comes riding. Lost in her books, shy and beautiful Pash is free to explore her fascination with sexy rogues

Passion (Aphrodisia). Lost in her books, shy and beautiful Pash is free to explore her fascination with sexy rogues. Her wickedest fantasies are of bold, sensual and powerful men, who release the passions she keeps locked deep inside. Her new riding instructor seems to have stepped out of her wildest dream. and a very experienced lover. His invitation to a world of forbidden pleasure is irresistible.

Living vicariously through romance novels, shy yet beautiful Pash, who has a penchant for sexy rogues, finds her innermost fantasies becoming a sensual reality when she succumbs to forbidden pleasure with her new riding instructor. Original.

Comments

Wenaiand Wenaiand
After reading several of the great reviews, I was looking forward to reading this book. I now wish I had not wasted my time (only made it half way thru) and my money.

The switch between first and third person writing style, was hard to follow at times. I also was not drawn into the characters, and frankly wasn't lead to care about them at all.

In the future I will pay more attention to ALL reviews.
Bukus Bukus
The book was explicit, but tastefully done.Once I started reading it I couldnt put it down. I highly suggest you have a cold glass of ice water near by this book is steamy.
Urtte Urtte
P.F. Kozak pulls it all together in this contemporary erotic romance. Pash, short for Passion Flower, is a beautiful, intelligent, and successful writer, who has been disappointed in a string of unsuccessful emotional and physical relationships. She lives at times in her sexual fantasy world with her ideal "highway man" that fulfills all her sexual fantasies. Ivan is a successful and handsome college professor who is unfulfilled sexually and emotionally and acts out his loneliness and emotional frustrations in numerous dangerous sexual relationships with his female students. He spends his summers with his close family friend Steve, helping Steve with his horse stable business. Gwen, Steve's girlfriend and friend of Pash, sets Pash up with riding lessons at Steve's stables. It is there that Pash meets Ivan. Immediately when these two lonely, lovely, sexy, unfulfilled and needy people meet, the sparks fly. Passion is not merely a contemporary love story with erotic sex scenes. P. F. Kozak, in a brilliant writing style, shows the reader what lust, sex, passion, need, want, fantasy, fulfillment, friendship, true love and finding your true mate really mean. This reviewer must admit I will usually pick up a contemporary romance and slap it right back down on the shelf because it seems most contemporary romance novels are a disappointment with the love interests, mostly the female, analyzing and analyzing the relationship (with a little bit of sex slipped in to try to make it interesting) to the point where the reader gets so bored you just stop reading because you simply cannot believe there can be characters so stupid and the erotic contemporaries are just sex. P.F. Kozak knows how to pull together the perfect blend of story and erotica. Passion is an intelligent, thought provoking, sexy read. I loved this book, mostly because the reader comes to realize how the loving long term relationship, that one true love with passion and great sex, can grow and exist.
Quashant Quashant
Passion Platonov wants to take riding lessons. Through her friend Gwen and her boyfriend Steve, Pash is set up with Ivan Kozak.

Pash is very attracted to Ivan immediately; he resembles the man that stars in her deepest fantasies. Ivan too is taken with Pash and he is determined to get her into his bed.

Things move forward rather quickly between Pash and Ivan, but there are obstacles in their way. Ivan's friend Steve is set on keeping them apart and Ivan has some issues of his own to work through. They are surprised and pleased to discover that their relationship is becoming very special and extremely passionate though.

Their compatibility is growing but the obstacles remain. If they can steer their way through them, they will find the greatest love waiting for them.

Passion is written in the first person from both Ivan and Pash's perspective. At first, I found this to be a bit confusing but reading both sides of the story gave it a very interesting and unique viewpoint. Reading Passion is like watching an English play unfold where the characters explore their sexuality and discover themselves in the process. The fantasies Pash and Ivan share are arousing, and their ability to accept everything about each other without jealousy is amazing. Passion is a unique and cleverly written story. It swept me along on Pash and Ivan's journey of sexual discovery that lead to a one of a kind love. It's very well done.

Nannette

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Togor Togor
Passion enjoys teaching, but also appreciates escaping the classroom for the summer. She also apparently takes immense delight with the literature she teaches as for instance the hunk star of the poem The Highwayman haunts her dreams so vividly she feels concerned because his "touch" seems so real.

Needing to escape her own fantasies as much as the classroom, Pash works at her best friend's stable in Shaftesbury while taking up horseback riding. Her instructor Ivan is at the stable as a favor to a friend. When he meets Pash he wants to teach her more than just riding a horse. She fantasizes riding him as he becomes the star of her dreams. However, as they begin to share erotic lessons in love, Ivan hides from Passion that his "day" job is as a doctor at the university; he takes summers off with this year teaching one beautiful author how to ride a thoroughbred.

This erotic contemporary tale of sex and love between academics working at a stable is a hot romance from the moment that Pash passionately dreams of the Highwayman (Alfred Noyes would appreciate Pash's vivid description). The story line is torrid in the bedroom, the stable, and a few other locales and with ties that bind. Though the likable support cast ironically feels like peeping tom intruders, fans will immensely gain pleasure from this titillating tale.

Harriet Klausner