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lily an american fable

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Stephen Flashman loves sex. As a womanizer, he’s been using women for sex all his life. But there are two women who leave an indelible mark upon Flashman’s life, two women whose memory he somehow cannot lay to rest in a sea of forgettable conquests. Diane Densher is one of those women: she is incredibly smart, savvy and ambitious, an Ivy League graduate and a successful ex ...more
156 pages
Published June 12th 2012 by Amazon Kindle Store
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Christine Staszko
May 20, 2014 rated it it was ok
This book was interesting to say the least. It is written entirely from the mind of the main character and what the reader finds there is appalling. He is selfish, self-serving, calculating, manipulative, and his heart is almost completely void of all feeling for others. This is because he is willing to do almost anything and be anyone if it means being able to seduce a woman into having sex. However, anyone that has had any interaction with the male species knows that almost every man has a one ...more
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