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Books and stories about Africa or set in Africa. Fiction and non-fiction.
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Romantic suspense\Way Out of Line

Romantic suspense\Way Out of Line | About Africa | Scoop.it
Statutory rape turns two kids' lives upside down, and leads them down a dangerous path of drugs, cults, and self-destruction.
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This was my first romantic suspense novel. After a tumultuous youth, Trent and Hal find themselves lost in the wilds of Mozambique.

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Matthews Cutting Horses - Proud of our Cutting Horse Program

Matthews Cutting Horses - Proud of our Cutting Horse Program | About Africa | Scoop.it

They have some outstanding One Time Pepto 2011 babies!


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Review: Way Out of Line by Trish Jackson

Review: Way Out of Line by Trish Jackson | About Africa | Scoop.it
Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It’s what happens when two people are in love – age means nothing, but when one partner is underage, it tips the balance of...
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Peggy Strack says...

Kirkus #Reviews says, "Strack writes with clear, thoughtful & #passionate prose." A Stop in the Park http://www.amazon.com/Stop-Park-Peggy-Panagopoulos-Strack/dp/1475150997


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Romance Ramble: Women Who Read Romance Have Sex More Often

Romance Ramble: Women Who Read Romance Have Sex More Often | About Africa | Scoop.it

According to Psychology Today, romance novels to women are like porn to men.

They say women who read romance novels make love with their partners 74% more often than women who don't, have more fun in bed, and are more adventurous in bed.
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Lawrence Lanoff's curator insight, December 29, 2013 12:24 PM

Reading romance can stimulate the erotic imagination, so this makes sense. Female sexuality remained hidden in romance novels for eons. I see evidence of this changing...