Bernard Setaro Clark
Celebrating 50 years of Penthouse Magazine, this edition of Letters to Penthouse focuses on a very popular magazine topic...wild wives!WHEN BRIDES GO WILDPenthouse readers know that when it comes to forbidden sex, married women can be very hot, experienced, and insatiable. Now in this milestone collection of erotic letters, you will meet the naughtiest of these lusty ladies. They do what they want, when they want, and who they want. And their husbands couldn't be ...
Imagine a world with no limits, one in which your wildest fantasies can, and do, come true. That's exactly what the readers of Penthouse have done in this collection of pulse-quickening letters.From sensual daydreams about hot coworkers to lusty fantasies of swashbuckling lotharios to couples' racy role-playing, Penthouse readers prove that there is no end to their erotic imagination.
WELCOME TO THE PLEASURE ZONE! How far will you go in (or out) of the bedroom? What sexual boundaries do you dream about crossing? In this red-hot collection of letters from the most adventurous Penthouse readers, you'll find that there are no limits to your fantasies. Consider the lusty secretary who volunteers to test the latest shiny sex toy . . . the lady connoisseur of well-endowed men who goes wild at the nude beach ...
New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage delivers a heartwarming book about his experiences and relationship with his dog Teddy.Listeners know Teddy as the silent "other host" of The Savage Nation. He's at Michael Savage's side during every broadcast, guarding the radio equipment and nipping the engineer's sneakers. But the fun doesn't end when the "On-Air" light goes off. Teddy is Savage's constant companion, in the car, at home, and even shopping. Most important, ...
Master Sergeant Roman Keane is six hours and one last salute from retirement. After twenty-three years and three combat tours with the 75th Ranger Regiment, he’s got a Silver Star, a titanium knee and a plan to see America on his Road King motorcycle. No more patrols, no more firefights. Nothing more dangerous than passing the old work van rumbling along in front of him as he rides toward Hunter-Stewart and the sunset of his ...
Roman Keane has been in the saddle for the last four months, exploring America from his Road King. He was looking forward to getting home when a couple of old friends asked him for a favor. Would he help them deliver a collection of vintage motorcycles? No problem, he said. He didn’t even give it a second thought, until it nearly got them all killed. Now they’re in deep trouble, and before it’s over Roman ...
On the phone Hugh had said, “I’ve got something you have to see to believe. Get yourself out here.” One year after retiring as a Master Sergeant in the 75th Rangers, this was Roman Keane’s idea of the perfect way to spend his time: jump on a motorcycle and ride from Georgia to South Dakota to see his old friend, Hugh Early. Hugh had once been Roman’s sniper instructor and was now an internationally respected ...