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In 2012 more than in any previous year, I found myself playing catch up at my beloved Boston Public Library, the best public library in the world. Some of you will already know of my affection for the sumptuous solidity of the McKim building – and especially for the soaring beauty of Bates Hall, under [...]
We’ve been through it all with our hero Paul Marron in 2011: every up-thrust of fate, every downward suck of the pump, all the vicissitudes that might befall anybody but that seems so much more pronounced when they happen to a set of pecs so perfect, a pair of buns so perky, a pair of [...]
When last we left our hero Paul Marron, he had overcome a disastrous fashion mis-step and gone back to his roots, as it were, to find renewal and new hope. Romance had rekindled in his supermodel heart, and the Romance world had begun to reciprocate, with a vengeance. Traditionally, Romance novel covers displayed the customary [...]
Our compact, charismatic hero continues to master the strokes of his game – and scandal erupts!
A hero at rock-bottom does the only thing he can: he travels to Australia and has sex with an amnesia victim.
Everything’s going fine for our hero Paul … until one fateful night!
As we continue to scrutinize every inch of our hero’s career, we find him in Regency England, impersonating not one but two brothers called Byron!
Our pouty hero travels to the mist-shrouded Scottish lochs – and promptly takes his shirt off!
At last, it’s our boy Paul just exactly as Fate intended him to be: topless, smoldering, and all yours, yours, yours!
When last we left our hero, Paul Marron, he was revealing more of his true self to his feisty British wife in the 19th century … not by granting her wish for long, heartfelt chats by the fireside at night, but by stripping off his frilly shirt and tossing it with a sideways wrist-action into [...]