Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know

Burning icy blue eyes alight with defiance, the decadent, tainted windows into a debauched soul In the exotic, sun drenched Mediterranean town of Taormina, a young Englishman scrutinizing sensual images of bronze toned young men is enthralled by the photographic portrait of the nefarious nobleman, Count Eyolf d Magnus Eriksson Who is Eriksson he innocently asks his hoBurning icy blue eyes alight with defiance, the decadent, tainted windows into a debauched soul In the exotic, sun drenched Mediterranean town of Taormina, a young Englishman scrutinizing sensual images of bronze toned young men is enthralled by the photographic portrait of the nefarious nobleman, Count Eyolf d Magnus Eriksson Who is Eriksson he innocently asks his host, eliciting an erotic tale of decadence and desolation set on the Isle of Capri, a paradise of vices On the cliffs overlooking the crashing waves of the Tyrrhenian, Count Eriksson, an obscenely wealthy, hedonistic, and coldly beautiful young aristocrat builds a home in adulation to the Roman wolf god, Lupercus, where he fearlessly invites and willingly embraces the carnal beast, Lupo Theirs is a forbidden union of volatile passions and destructive desires, a tale that arouses an exquisite flame in the blood of the young Englishman.
Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know Burning icy blue eyes alight with defiance the decadent tainted windows into a debauched soul In the exotic sun drenched Mediterranean town of Taormina a young Englishman scrutinizing sensual imag

  • Title: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know
  • Author: Scot D. Ryersson
  • ISBN: 9781607220312
  • Page: 431
  • Format: ebook
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    1. Reviewed By BlackTulip for Booked UpJust be warned readers that once you've reached a certain point in this book, there will be no turning back from a deliciously intoxicating madness ! Nobody will be able to save you, you'll be on your own with your mind.The incomparable Scot D. Ryersson is back with a tale more insane than ever. He offers us a journey back in time to ancient Rome and into the very tortuous mind of mysterious Count Eriksson, who's an avid and insatiable worshiper of the Roman [...]

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