Hot young adults
No matter where you live, this summer will be a summer like no other. Perhaps sleepaway camp has been cancelled. Trips abroad, or to see far-flung family and friends, deferred. In some cases, school might not even be in session for fall. Lucky for us, the latest crop of YA books — some brand new, some new in paperback — will still be there to help pass the time, to invite you into new worlds — beyond the walls of your own home, with characters both familiar and strange.
Tifany. Age: 24. An experienced fairy is calling for you! Tell me when was the last time you gave yourself to a woman without sets, do not hesitate to tell about your desires? With me everything is possible! I will satisfy your fantasies, you will not get bored with me.
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Chelsea. Age: 24. Passionate and very sexy girl is waiting for you for the realization of your most cherished intimate desires. Sincere warmth and tenderness, and an unforgettable orgasm!
One minute, Enchanted Jones is an aspiring singer trying to find her place as the only Black girl in school. Her love of science inspires her to turn her unfit home into a school project, and suddenly, everybody knows about the black mold thriving on the walls, the mushrooms growing in the dresser, and the unmentionables living in the refrigerator. Quan is just a teenager when he enters a not guilty plea deal for the death of a police officer. As he awaits his trial, he takes us through a series of flashbacks to his troubled childhood and letters to Justyce the protagonist of companion novel Dear Martin about discriminatory practices against Black men and minorities in the American justice system. When Mila graduates from high school and ages out of the foster care system, she accepts a job and a place to stay on an isolated farm, hoping to find a real home at last.