During a class about gynecology examinations, a trainee doctor finds herself becoming turned on at the thought of being her teacher’s subject on the table. Her girlfriend sitting next to her notices and gets a hand under her skirt to find she is wet. The girlfriend then offers the chance to play out the fantasies in one of the college’s mock-up examination rooms. When the young woman arrives there, she finds it is a setup. Her kinky girlfriend has invited other classmates to join in, and she ends up being strapped to a gynecology table and examined by a group of girls. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kat Wiley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/116528/bk_acx0_116528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Wiping out humanity is his number one objective - until he meets her. Aramus has no patience or sympathy for the excuses humanity uses to hunt cyborgs down and eradicate them. He's put up with too much at their hands to ever forgive and forget. But all that changes when he rescues a fragile human doctor who refuses to see him as a machine. She teaches him that perhaps not all emotions are a weakness and that love can make even a cynical cyborg like him stronger. And for those who'd mock his change of view or threaten his female? Go ahead. His iron knuckles could use some exercise. Cyborgs: More Than Machines Series While the books can be listened to individually, for total enjoyment it is recommended you listen to them in order: Book 1 - C791 Book 2 - F814 Book 3 - B785 Book 4 - Aramus Book 5 - Seth 1. Language: English. Narrator: Logan McAllister. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/116455/bk_acx0_116455_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Carey Blyton (14 March 1932 - 13 July 2002) was a British composer and writer best known for his song Bananas In Pyjamas (1967) which later (1992) became an Australian children's television series, and for his work on Doctor Who. Blyton, a nephew of children's author Enid Blyton, showed a talent for science from an early age, and didn't switch to music until he contracted polio and as he was recovering, began taking piano lessons in 1948 at the age of sixteen. In the 1950s he began his training as a composer and won several certificates and awards. Blyton is primarily known as a miniaturist, composing short orchestral scores for live performance. During his lifetime he produced some well-regarded and often humorous pieces including Return of Bulgy Gogo (a tribute to composer Peter Warlock), Up the Farringdon Road, Mock Joplin which was written for piano and saxophone, and Saxe Blue written for the same instruments.