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The Magic Snow Globes by Susie Taylor
is a personalized story about a very special Christmas gift, one that is priceless, timeless, selfless. The hero of our starring couple finds it unexpectedly. Actually, nearly everything about his finding it is unexpected. He hopes his lover will agree that it is special, even if it requires suspending disbelief and just going with the moment.
    She does, and the result is a wondrous, amazing journey through layers of reality and fantasy that teach them about life and each other while entertaining them with moments of delving into the unknown and carrying them through heights of passion that overwhelm them and take their breath away.
    This is really a sexy tale set around snippets of holiday scenes that brings with it a witty, charming sense of what a loving relationship is really about. It is a special gift you will enjoy giving and reading.

The cover shown is what it looks like with a photo added inside the globe.

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Regular pricing: PB $49.95, w/pic $74.95; HB $94.95, w/pic $119.95; eB $39.95, w/pic 64.95.
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WILD excerpt
All excerpts in this column are done in the "WILD" version. Examples of personalization are in pink, such as man's and woman's names, cologne, eye color, etc.


This scene takes place in the ice castle snow globe when John leads Ann to a hidden bed he has spied:

    “…I noticed it right away. And you look even more beautiful lying here than I had imagined.” John reached down and ran the back of his hand down her cheek. He leaned over, kissed her and joined her on the duvet. “It’s really something, isn’t it?” he asked, rolling onto his back and looking up.
     “It’s like a dream.”
     “It is hard to believe, but I say let’s enjoy it. Let’s forget about everything except us.”
     “Forget about Jodee, about Kaufmann’s Department Store, about Yorkville, about all the little things that pile up and complicate life?”
     “Exactly,” John agreed. “Let’s leave all that behind, and Wheeling Steel and Frankie and trying to make ends meet and worrying about what might happen. We have such a great life together.” He rolled over so his knee crossed her thigh, then placed his arm on her midsection and extended his hand to envelope her breast.
     “We really do have a great life. Honestly, the 20 years I’ve spent with you has been the best time of my life.”
     “I feel the same way, and you know what?” he asked but did not wait for her to answer, adding, “it’s only going to get better. I say let’s use this magical time as a gift, from me to you, and from you to me because I can share it with you.”
     Ann wiggled onto her side and wrapped her arm around his back, pulling him closer. “It is a gift.” She kissed him lustfully. She thrust her body against his. Her mind was aflame, particularly aroused by his arousal. “Poor, Baby,” she said, taking him into her hand. “You have been so very patient.”
     “You know you make me hot.”
     “We have to take care of you now. I’m going to give you a gift.”
     John sighed. He knew that Ann knew how to make him feel good. He decided to just let her take control, something he really liked.
MILD excerpt
All excerpts in this column are done in the "MILD" version. Examples of personalization are in pink, such as man's and woman's names, cologne, eye color, etc.


This scene takes place in the ice castle snow globe when John leads Ann to a hidden bed he has spied:

    “…I noticed it right away. And you look even more beautiful lying here than I had imagined.” John reached down and ran the back of his hand down her cheek. He leaned over, kissed her and joined her on the duvet. “It’s really something, isn’t it?” he asked, rolling onto his back and looking up.
     “It’s like a dream.”
     “It is hard to believe, but I say let’s enjoy it. Let’s forget about everything except us.”
     “Forget about Jodee, about Kaufmann’s Department Store, about Yorkville, about all the little things that pile up and complicate life?”
     “Exactly,” John agreed. “Let’s leave all that behind, and Wheeling Steel and Frankie and trying to make ends meet and worrying about what might happen. We have such a great life together.” He rolled over to be closer to her.
     “We really do have a great life. Honestly, the 20 years I’ve spent with you has been the best time of my life.”
     “I feel the same way, and you know what?” he asked but did not wait for her to answer, adding, “it’s only going to get better. I say let’s use this magical time as a gift, from me to you, and from you to me because I can share it with you.”
     Ann wiggled onto her side and wrapped her arm around his back, pulling him closer. “It is a gift.” She kissed. “Poor, Baby,” she said. “You have been so very patient.”
     “You know you make me hot.”
     “We have to take care of you now. I’m going to give you a gift.”
     John sighed. He knew that Ann knew how to make him feel good. He decided to just let her take control, something he really liked.

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