The stars are not wanted now: put out every one; Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun; Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood. For nothing now can ever come to any good. Jack nods, showing not a flicker of response at the prospect of this. For a self-made billionaire-investor-cum-philanthropist-cum-sex-god, he is wild, disrespectful of authority and the establishment, and rough around the edges. Deliciously so. Take this situation: Jack, in his bed, naked as the day he was born, uncaring that he should have been at his desk an hour ago.
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It's official: romance is dead. A raunchier series launched in featured whipped cream and handcuffs, but only "in the context of an enduring emotional relationship". No more. Good news, no doubt, for Breezy Malone, the heroine of the Spice line's Spies, Lies and Naked Thighs, who will swap her archaeologist's trowel for the leather corset of a covert FBI sex agent and set out to seduce the terrorist behind her incarceration in a Middle East prison. Spice, though, marks a departure from the house rule that emotional, rather than physical, contortions should form the heart of the story.
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