References

Footnotes on this site use a short form of citation.  For complete information on a source, refer to this list.

In addition, I am listing books  at Goodreads, with reviews.

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26.     Donaldson, Stephen R. A Man Rides Through. Del Rey, 2003.
27.     ________. The Mirror of Her Dreams (Mordant’s Need, Book 1). Del Rey, 2003.
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29.     ________. The New Topping Book. Emeryville, CA: Greenery Press, 2001.
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36.     Goleman, Daniel. Emotional Intelligence: Why it Can Matter More Than Iq. Bantam, 1997.
37.     Harrington, Lee. Sacred Kink: The Eightfold Paths of Bdsm and Beyond. Raleigh, NC: Mystic Productions, 2009.
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50.     Levine, Judith. Harmful to Minors: The Perils of Protecting Children From Sex. Da Capo Press, 2003.
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