Warning: Explicit content EROTIC
When Ileana Wolfe agreed to attend an exclusive masquerade party with her friend, she never imagined it would turn into her wildest dreams.
Not all meets the eye when she discovers the truth about the exemplary guests and why she had been invited. Can she keep her provocative imagination to herself or will someone take advantage?
Ileana cannot resist the temptation of the masquerade ball, and when she receives a second invite she is drawn by its mysterious allure. Will her imagination be kept at bay and will the guests be able to cater to her bizarre request; an insatiable appetite for slightly kinky sex? When Caitlin; Ileana’s best friend and house mate joins her at the party, Ileana’s fantasies unveil, but is Caitlin really up to the challenge?
When their perverted landlord starts asking questions, can Ileana keep her imagination in check or does he have to show her a thing or two? Ileana learns that self confidence starts at home.
**FOR READERS OF SCHINDLER’S LIST and THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS**
Comes a historical fiction short story with an important message for us allThe holocaust, a historically unprecedented assault against an entire ethnic group: the Jews of Europe. For the next 20 years after the war at least until the late 1960s and early ‘70s there was little, if any discussion about what happened to the Jews. It was a silence that many survivors suffered whom remained mute from shock. “Just because I survived doesn’t mean I could live”In the late 1960s, just before his retirement, Inspector Timothy Davies interviews Mauthausen survivor Henri Rus from the confines of his cell. He was given the task of taking a firsthand account of Henri’s experience and the atrocities that incurred during World War Two at the slave labour camp.Little did Inspector Davies know that two months later he would be pulled out retirement to investigate Henri’s death. For Davies, it would send him on an investigation that would teach the world a very important lesson.So begins an unforgettable message and human story of the Holocaust.—–Follow EJ Wood on her social mediaInstagram: e_j_wood_authorFacebook: E J Wood —–‘Extraordinary – moving, confronting and saddening . . . Definitely worth reading’’ Clifford Jones
‘A moving attempt to acknowledge the unspeakable’ Don McIntosh