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The perfect gift for Christmas! A classic short tale from Enid Blyton's Magic Faraway Tree series with fun and stunning new full-colour illustrations from Alex Paterson. When Joe, Beth, Frannie and Rick and their friends Silky and Saucepan-man are turned into toys, they're not sure they'll ever be able to get back to their orginal selves! Only one person can help them. The friends must get to very top of the magic Faraway Tree and Santa Claus's castle as fast as they can!
A Captured Santa Claus
Holly Hill was a place for Christmas! Holly Hill, the old rambling Stratford homestead in Virginia, on its high hill, looking down the long slope and across the wide fields to the far woods rimming the sky. From Bob, the veteran, within a month of his teens, down to brown-eyed Evelyn, with her golden hair floating all around her, when Christmas came everyone hung up a stocking, and the visit of Santa Claus was the event of the year.
When Chrissy is woken on the night of Christmas Eve by the jingling of bells and clattering of hooves on her roof, she thinks she is going mad. Instead, she finds a very handsome stranger in her living room, claiming to be the jolly old man of the season himself. Despite her initial reluctance to believe that he is in fact Santa Claus, she lets him take her up and away in his sleigh, even after putting herself on his Naughty list. Once in his clutches, she can't deny him the pleasure of punishing her, and fulfilling her Christmas wish - to let him take her in the most mischievous way. This 13,500+ word erotic fantasy story contains spanking, oral, mild bondage and anal penetration, and is therefore intended for persons aged 18+ only. "I think it's time you tell me what you've been hiding from me." "Hiding from you?" She blushed scarlet. "Your true Christmas wish." he urged gently, bringing his hand down on her bare ass again. "I told you I don't have one!" "Ho-ho! Naughty Christina is a liar." He shook his head and spanked her again, harder. Her rear was no longer cold. In fact, Santa's hand delivered a fiery sting to her ass cheeks, which made them glow red. "I didn't have one." she mumbled, correcting herself. How does he know? "But you do now Miss Christina. Tell Father Christmas what you want." His hand cascaded down, hitting her behind with force. She yelped again. "I want to f*** you, Santa." she finally relented, the words reluctantly spilling out of her mouth. "Ho-ho! Won't your husband mind?" "You don't exist." she smiled. "You really are a very naughty girl." Santa laughed, and spanked her again for good measure.
States invoke economic crises and security threats to justify treaty non-compliance. The most dramatic recent examples of this phenomenon include "necessity" defences in international investment law; "emergency" derogations in international human rights treaties; "exceptions" for non-conforming measures in international trade law; and doctrinal misapplications of necessity in jus ad bellum and jus in bello. Necessity and National Emergency Clauses is the first to trace the doctrine's genealogy from medieval Christian and Islamic religious history to post-Westphalian practices, the International Law Commission's codifications, and modern treaty formulations. Recognizing the doctrine's thematic linkage with the State's sovereign right to delimit international obligation, the volume proposes analytical criteria to assess the lawfulness and legitimacy of interpretations of necessity and national emergency clauses within specialized treaty regimes. This volume is intended for law students, legal scholars, arbitrators, international judges, and other international law practitioners interested in deriving interpretive solutions to treaty controversies on the doctrine of necessity. Diane Desierto was awarded the 2010-2011 Ambrose Gherini Prize, the highest prize awarded in the field of International Law by Yale Law School, for her JSD dissertation, upon which this book is based.
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