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Until recently, sex scenes in most books erupted behind closed doors. Why? Why was (and still is in some venues) it acceptable to describe the details of violence, hate, fear, anger, and greed, but not the details of touch, desire, and love? I feel fortunate indeed that now sex scenes keep the bedroom door open, show readers the tingle of flesh, and follow through to the heavy breathing, sweaty finish. It's about damn time. ...more

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Arthur Hime: The research involved to create such a great history is very obvious. I wanted to know more about my home which was built in 1840 and the family behind many of the objects found on the property. Ms. Campbell's book answered many of those ...more
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South County by Denele Pitts Campbell
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Anne Thomas: I know the author, and live in this general area so it was a wonderful read. Denele is masterful at putting the reader right there in the action. Her accurate, and entrancing descriptions of the Ozark Mountains, reveals their mystical, e ...more
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Recipes of Trailside Cafe and Tea Room by Denele Pitts Campbell
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KF Dickson: I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! I received a copy for my birthday this year, and have already made several recipes. I have a family of four and enjoy cooking healthy and hearty meals at home. Meals also have to taste good around our house wit ...more
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Anne C. Thomas: I am of the age to know many of these people, or at least know of them! North West Arkansas along with Austin Texas and Boulder Colorado created a triangle for hippies and back-to -the -landers and other liberals,, which exists to thi ...more
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Corinne H. Smith: Very few of us have an inkling of what a piano tuner's duties might entail. Thankfully, Denele Pitts Campbell shares some of her experiences with us in this lovely memoir. "I sometimes see my professional duty as an almost sacred ta ...more
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The Journal of Admiral Wade by Denele Pitts Campbell
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Amazon customer: An engaging set of 7 short stories. Ranging in narrators and topics, some with mystical air, some not, Denele Campbell creates engaging characters throughout. Beautifully written, I would highly recommend!
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I Met a Goat on the Road by Denele Pitts Campbell
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Amazon customer: A lovely, thoughtful and sometimes funny reflection on rural life. I thoroughly enjoyed the feel of this collection of short stories, particularly 'Winter'. Ms. Campbell paints a wonderful picture of her life in the Ozarks and some o ...more
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“After a torrent of rapid knocking, Lucy swept past her in the hallway, threw her purse on the table, and landed her ass on the couch before turning expectantly toward Riley and patting the couch next to her. Her dark eyes examined every nuance of Riley’s appearance.
“Okay, dish,” she demanded. “Every last detail.”
Riley rolled her eyes and shook her head as she scooted across the floor in her sock feet. She didn’t feel great, but at least she wasn’t in full torture mode. She thought Lucy might have waited until afternoon instead of showing up at ten-thirty a.m. but what the hell. Her old sweatshirt hugged against her stomach as she pulled her arms together.
“Well,” she feigned ignorance, “what do you want to talk about?”
Lucy slammed her hand on the couch. “Oh, don’t you even. Right now.” She threw herself back against the couch, her face fixed in a not-to-be-toyed-with expression. Riley noted with mild interest how her breasts jiggled inside her white t-shirt. Maybe she was turning into some kind of sex fiend.
“Okay, yes, he sets me on fire. I can’t help it. Blame my gender lineage.”
“I could see he set you fire. Your eyes could hardly look at anything else.” She picked at a tear in her faded jeans then flared back at Riley with an expression of awe. “Of course, my eyes had a few spasms of their own in his direction. Shit, the man is a god. I can’t remember seeing a body that well put together. At least,” she arched her back, “not a male body.”
Riley threw back her head and laughed. Lucy was good tonic, at the very least. “Oh my god, can you stand it?!”
“No—but tell me you didn’t give in, before I pass out.”
“No, we didn’t have sex. But he did kiss me and my panties nearly fell straight to my ankles,” she chuckled. “He stopped himself, thank god, or I would have had him right there on the floor.”
“You were drunk.”
“Oh, yeah, ridiculous drunk. He ordered steaks delivered while he drove me home, and then sliced the steak for me and practically put it in my mouth.” She couldn’t sit still, the memory forcing her up from the couch to pace. She’d spent the entire morning and half the night trying to forget everything about him, and of course the other half had been consumed with remembering everything about him.
“Shit. Fire.” Lucy’s glance followed her. “I want some. Can we have him?”
Lizzie Ashworth, His to Lose

“Miss McClure...” he had been talking while her mind drifted off.
She brought her gaze back to his face, trying to focus on the flinty stare and thin line of his lips. “Sorry, I was distracted. And can’t you call me Bryn?”
“I’ll try, but generally I prefer a more formal approach in business dealings. It keeps the relationship clear.”
“Like, you in charge, the other person in submission?” The words popped out before she edited herself. Her eyes grew large as she watched his face go through a change of expression. A slight smile hovered at the corner of his mouth.
“Yes, something like that. Might I get a refill?” He held up his empty glass.”
Lizzie Ashworth, Hers to Choose

“No use kidding herself. This situation with Jarrod was a slippery slope. She’d had plenty of men since Sam, attractive, well endowed, charming in many ways. Jarrod was different, and she needed to figure out why before she found herself in the middle of stupid. She had a business to think of, people who depended on her for their livelihood, even more people present and future who needed the services she offered. It wasn’t just a job, damn it, it was a mission. No one should be as out of touch with themselves as thoroughly as she had been. For as long.”
Lizzie Ashworth, A Gift for Jarrod

“I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.”
Woody Allen

“It's not true that I had nothing on. I had the radio on.”
Marilyn Monroe

“Man may have discovered fire, but women discovered how to play with it.”
Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City

“Writing is like sex. First you do it for love, then you do it for your friends, and then you do it for money.”
Virginia Woolf

“The difference between sex and love is that sex relieves tension and love causes it.”
Woody Allen
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