In Key West, Addison is surrounded by willing, gorgeous men.
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All she has to do is pick one. But with only one weekend in the tropical paradise, and only one chance for a hedonistic experience meant to last a lifetime, she discovers that one is not enough. New Orleans: With only a broken heart in tow, Lilly Marie has nothing to lose by packing it up and starting over in New Orleans.
What she doesn't expect is for a hero to save her from a rampant bicyclist and whisk her away to El Destino to meet his family Whether it is fate or coincidence, the sizzling men of El Destino take Lilly into their capable hands to prove that there's no such thing as happenstance, and that undeniable passion and true love can cure a broken heart.
Las Vegas: Angel is stranded in Las Vegas when a late night proposition arises. Baring her breasts for a bit of cash seems simple enough? Angel discovers that she doesn't need Lady Luck when she's got the Luck of the Irish.
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Laying all her cards on the table, she bets on a passionate night with the sexy men. But come morning, the guys up the ante.
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The jackpot is tempting, but staying is the greatest gamble of her life and will require that she go all in. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Friend Reviews.
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Thanks V and setter. Can I recommend today's QC and blog? I will check out the blog though, fair's fair.
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Re: 27' - Anonymous - Nov. PIPED is somewhat ming-bending. I spent some time looking for the definition everywhere but the right place, as no doubt the setter intended. Edited at am UTC. A solid two over par for the week, which is the closest I've ever got to par. Wonder if Ulaca will let me slip my handicap by another minute? Thanks setter and V. Have a good weekend everyone. Too right, though, V, an excellent puzzle. I had one wrong at 20ac where I put ITEM based on a loose literal section of an index and an even looser cryptic hint to do with people in a relationship being described as an "item", and as we know of course they never split.
Reminder to self, if it feels wrong it's probably because it is. I certainly considered ITEM for a bit before rejecting it as ever so slightly too weak! But in a puzzle with as much low-level quirk as this, these things see also keriothe 's TOPED below seem a bit more plausible, don't they? Now of course I see that 'introduced by channel' would be a very oblique sort of definition, so I should have considered alternatives in a less half-hearted way than I did.
Oh well. Re: DNF - keriothe - Nov. Finished this very enjoyable puzzle in about 35 minutes while watching Joe Root have an up and down day. I didn't understand the 'historic' about SCATHE, but I guess it is only used as a participle or a past tense negative, and it must have been fully used as a verb once.
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Solved the Schleswig- Holstein question in 17d. Is it true that only three people have ever understood this before? We always just called them Friesians on the Fylde. Anonymous Nov. Palmerston used to say that only three people had ever understood it: Bismark, who was dead; Metternich, and he was mad, and himself, and he'd forgotten.
JerryW, not signed in. Re: The Schleswig-Holstein question - verlaine - Nov. Beaten with six to go at the end of my hour. Ah well.