"Any news, mother?" asked Edna one Friday afternoon when she came home from school. "There's a letter from grandma," replied Mrs. Conway after kissing the lips held up to hers. "There isn't any real news in it, but there is an invitation." "What kind of an invitation?" "A Thanksgiving kind." "Oh, mother, what do you mean?"
"Oh yeah." He curled down and rubbed his nose against her forehead before he pulled back. "Where your parents want you to be a happy well-adjusted daughter who behaves accordingly, I'd want you to be a happy well-adjusted woman who doesn't behave according to anyone but herself." It's not a matter of what could go wrong when a kindergarten teacher who's tired of living vicariously through her porn collection is virtually stranded for the weekend with Mr. Sex-on-a-stick. It's more a question of what could go right. Sidney Capp is tired of denying her natural desires to be the quintessential good girl her parents expect her to be. So when the holidays arrive, and she's free of her folks breathing down her neck for the weekend? She's drunk with power. Probably why when the opportunity to be a little bad presents itself, she doesn't hesitate, but dives all over him. Riker Mitchell thinks being forced into some much needed R&R for a few days is going to kill him until he inadvertently discovers his sexy but shy neighbor is secretly into watching porn on the weekends. Apparently, he isn't the only one with erotic ideas on the brain. Little does he know, the hottie in two B is determined to turn her sizzling dreams into a sensual reality. On a regular day, with a regular girl, he would have been the first to sign up, but with this little innocent? No matter how tempting it might be, he's not going to take advantage of her...unless she can persuade him to do the wrong thing.
'Leave it to Scott-Heron to save some of his best for last. This posthumously published memoir is an elegiac culmination to his musical and literary career. He's a real writer, a word man, and it is as wriggling and vital in its way as Bob Dylan's Chronicles: Volume One.' New York Times
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