Most Valuable Playboy (Ballers and Babes, #1) by Lauren BlakelyHands down, my favorite thing in the world is to score. Touchdowns.
Dont let the fact that Im the leading pick in the Most Valuable Playboy charity auction fool you. These days, Im only a player on the field. Ive kept my pants zipped all season long — and it has been long — because nothings more important than leading my team to victory every week. Except maybe escaping from the team owners recently-widowed and handsy-as-hell sister whos dead set on winning more than a date with me.
Enter Violet and a well-placed Hail Mary.
Shes my best friends sister with a smile as sweet as cherry pie and a mind that runs quicker than the 40-yard-dash. After Violet saves the day with the highest bid, I dont even give her a two-minute warning before I kiss her in front of the whole crowd and then announce that shes my girlfriend. Which would be fine except my agent tells me weve got to keep up the act while hes negotiating my contract.
What happens next when faking it starts to feel all too real?
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Have you kept your favorite issue of Sports Illustrated for decades? Here, Flipsy. Magazine pricing service Nostomania pegs Playboy as publishing the three most valuable magazine issues in the world. The site uses a baseline of 9. More realistically, any magazines you have are likely to grade somewhere between 2.
Collecting Treasures: With the latest news that Hugh Hefner wants to sell, should collectors sell, too, or should they hang on to their vintage items?
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Last month the publishers of Playboy magazine announced that they had decided to stop publishing pictures of fully naked women. This was news to me, as I thought the magazine had long ceased to exist. What is more interesting is that vintage copies of Playboy , those published in the s and s with discreet nudity, have been steadily increasing in value over the past 10 years. This edition didn't have a date on the cover because Hugh Hefner, then only 27, wasn't sure if there would be a second edition. Here David Gazzard and his wife Amanda sell the ephemera that David has been hoarding since the late '60s. A few years David set up a kind of retro emporium in the renovated shed behind their main shop, with access through a fragrant rose garden. He began picking up early copies of Playboy in the late '60s when he was a regular visitor to the US.