Never Enough

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Kensington Books, 2003 - Fiction - 274 pages
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From the author of The Price of Pleasure comes a smart and sexy contemporary romance. A poor, short-term marriage to a selfish man convinced Tracy McBride of two things: men can't be trusted and sex is a waste of time. Sure that she lacks any natural ability in bed, the college professor prefers to lose herself in her books and papers. She certainly couldn't do what her free-spirited sister Kim does--namely, teach "intimacy" weekends at a beautiful upstate New York resort, where the participants are looking for someone to open the channels of sexual communication, liberate their secret desires, and inspire new erotic temptations. But when Kim's pregnancy forces her to go on bed rest, she begs Tracy to help her out by running the winter workshop. Reluctantly, Tracy agrees, though she can't imagine how she, an inhibited novice, can ever get people to open up about their most searing fantasies. What the buttoned-up beauty needs is a refresher course herself...someone who can initiate her into the mysteries of pleasure...and there's no one more qualified for the position than hotel manager, Dave Markoff. He's got a vested interested in keeping the weekends going at his resort--and an equally serious interest in seducing Tracy. Now, as the October leaves fall, so do Tracy's inhibitions, as she discovers an ecstasy she never imagined possible...and a calling she can no longer deny.

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Joan Elizabeth Lloyd is the author of almost twenty works of erotica and the art of sexual communication.

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