A double dose of violence for passion and exotic love!
HONEY AT HER LIPS
A salesman meets many beautiful woman during an ordinary work day—never expecting anything out of them besides some cash. But one day, he got lucky. Honey Babe was the epitome of the perfect woman—soft, sweet, sensuous. It didn’t take long for sparks to fly and a fantasy-like relationship to blossom. But with a girl like Honey, to love her was to take your life into your hands. Many men have gone down the same path and some don’t want to leave—like the champion fighter, who decided to make her his own, whether she liked it or not. With bodyguards now coming after him to hold Honey a veritable prisoner, this salesman now comes face to face in paying the ultimate price for love.
LOVE IN A HOT CLIMATE
Laura and Kingsley Gilbert were bored—with the heat, the insects, even the tropic tendency to make love at odd hours. Then tempting Renée Lumière arrived. Kingsley Gilbert knew on sight that he had to have her. The only question was where—and how to keep Laura Gilbert from knowing.
Edmund Schiddel wrote controversial fiction that dealing with the dark side of human nature. He set his novels in Bucks County, often focusing on the broadcast industry. Schiddel’s most famous work was his Bucks County trilogy, which consists of The Devil in Bucks County, Scandal’s Child, and The Good and Bad Weather. The first of these satirizes life in an artist’s colony, presumably New Hope. The book ridicules the gossip, hypocrisy, and erotic lifestyle of Bucks Countians. The second novel of the trilogy focuses on a private school in the area, perhaps Lawrenceville. Common character types in Schiddel’s novels include the successful Manhattan businessman who commutes to and from the city, the bored society wife, the reclusive artist, and the local resident. Many citizens of New Hope objected to Schiddel’s picture of life along the Delaware River.