Category Archives: Alphabet Post

K is for Kiss

Come on, admit it. Kissing is one of your favorite things. And if you can’t do it, the next best thing might be reading about it in a spicy romance novel. Kissing certainly ramps up the steam both in real … Continue reading

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Most Popular Alphabet Post of 2014: B is for Bedding the Bride

As the year comes to an end, and I come to the end of the alphabet (I really could not find a good and fitting Z word to go out on), I wanted to reblog the most popular of my … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: Y is for Yarrow

I really couldn’t find a decent word for a letter X post, so I’ve skipped on to Y. The letter Y  is for yarrow, a medicinal plant in use for centuries in the Northern Hemisphere.  It’s a weed that grows during … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: W is for Wyvern

A wyvern is a legendary, dragon-like creature that has wings, two legs and breathes fire. Its head is like a dragon, its body like a reptile, and its tail is barbed. There is also a sea-wyvern that has a fish’s tail … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: V is for Vamp

No, not vampire, but something just as sexy. A vamp is a seductive woman, one who uses her sexual attractiveness for the seduction and manipulation of others, according to the Urban Dictionary. Think of all those Bond girls like Honey Ryder, Plenty … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: U is for Underwear

Here’s a brief history of underwear to start off your week. 🙂 Underwear, garments worn underneath outer garments, has been in existence for thousands of years. The first form was the simple loincloth that covered men’s genitals, in evidence 7,000 … Continue reading

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T is for Titles

Back when we visited the letter “O,” we talked about the order of precedence and which title was higher or more important than another. Today I’m taking a closer look at the titles themselves. The major titles in England in … Continue reading

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