The continuing adventures of Emma Benson! The third book in an erotic series that taps into our deepest sexual fantasies...
Emma Benson was unlikely ever to be your average housewife. But she never meant any of this to happen …
For temptation is all around her, and now her life has hit a crossroads. Can she possibly stay married to David, a man who will never understand her boundless erotic desires? And would he ever forgive her if she told him the truth?
With her marriage teetering on the brink of ruin, she has two options – fight or flight.
Choosing the latter, at least for the time being, she trades Sydney for the burning heat of the Italian coast.
But then a handsome, exotic stranger enters the scene – and Emma must make her decision. Fast.
About the Author
Natasha Walker is a Sydney based author who found writing her memoir confronting till
she discovered the joys of fabrication.
Great follow on story, no confusion with places and characters. Love the book will read again and again. Excellent delivery as always from Booktopia cant wait to buy some more books..
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The Secret Lives of Emma : Unmasked
ISBN: 9780857980434 ISBN-10: 0857980432 Series: The Secret Lives of Emma Audience:
Number Of Pages: 320 Published: 2nd April 2013 Publisher: Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia) Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.2
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1
Natasha Walker is a Sydney based author who found writing her memoir confronting till she discovered the joys of fabrication.
I was born, raised and schooled in Mosman on the lower north shore of Sydney. After completing the HSC at Mosman High School, I left Sydney and spent the next three years travelling and working in Europe. On my return, I went to Sydney University but I had been well and truly bitten by the travel bug and was soon off again.
At twelve I wanted to be eighteen, and at eighteen I wanted to be thirty. I have always been in a hurry. I couldn't wait for life to just happen. I had to help it along. Now, at thirty-two I just want things to slow