Touch Me, Darling

Touch Me, Darling

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Alex lived her entire life in a world of wealth and privilege. The only child of a politically ambitious Texas oil baron, she had everything daddy's money could buy -yet she longed for the kind of love no amount of money could buy. Following yet another failed relationship, she retreats to her father's house in Hawaii, seeking solace in the sun, sea, and the nurturing Aloha spirit. On the way, she meets a sexy Tantric master whose healing touch leads her onto a path of euphoric sex and forbidden love. But her newly found ecstasy is threatened when her manipulative father finds out about the affair, and takes extreme measures to end what could be her only chance for happiness. Can Alex relinquish the life of luxury she has always known for the love and fulfillment she has always craved?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 159g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514346168
  • 9781514346167

About Faris O'neill

At 35 years young, Faris has lived an adventurous life. It made sense that growing up a tomboy on a ranch in Colorado would lead to bigger and bolder things. Faris excelled in horseback riding, rodeo, dancing, martial arts, dogs and boys. Faris would eventually go on to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder, where her favorite activities were raising hell and telling tall tales. She considers her years supporting herself as an exotic dancer to be just as instrumental to her writing as the MFA she received. "Good writing comes from experience," says Faris, "and that gave me a lot of experience." Immediately after graduation, she took off a year to trek the Andean Altiplano in Peru, with her boyfriend and a donkey named Noelle, learning Quechua, the indigenous language of the Incan Empire, and collecting folk stories. Her love of travel has taken her to far flung destinations, including two years spent studying Vovinam in Vietnam, a martial arts practice training both the body and the mind in spiritual pursuits. Her husband calls her "the most fearless person I know." Faris loves writing about all aspects of human sexuality and in all its various combinations. She is a firm believer in sex as a form of expression and personal growth, and cites its positive evolutionary role in human development as one reason why sexuality shouldn't be hidden away, but explored. "If sex wasn't fun, as well as vital to survival," she tells us, "its possible none of us would be here today. I think sex is a great thing and we should all have more." She now lives on a small ranch close to her sprawling clan near Ft. Collins, CO, with her husband, 2 sons, and an ever-changing menagerie of dogs, birds, cats, goats, hamsters and assorted other small more