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  • “Well, are you going to ask me?” questioned Peg, sniffing a pot of rose-scented face cream.

    Exit the Actress

  • And now Quentin held her feet in his lap and with rose-scented oil he was rubbing her toes, her insoles, her Achilles tendons.

    Steven Crandell: A is for Amy & Adonis: Chapter W

  • A hot, rose-scented bubble bath awaited him in the tub.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • Jane counted her breaths as she lay upon the rose-scented wedding bed, listening to George in the outer parlor with his friends, still drinking and laughing.

    The Tudors: King Takes Queen

  • Sophie stepped out in a cloud of rose-scented air freshener and frowned at me.

    No Mercy

  • They fastened on every fantastical aspect of Moghul life - gems the size of duck eggs, the gold-leaf decorated food and rose-scented wine prepared for the imperial table, the number of wives and concubines the emperors enjoyed and the other sensual aspects of Moghul life.

    The Mind Behind The Empire of Moghul: An Interview with Alex Rutherford

  • Use rose-scented candles, and sprinkle rose petals in the bathtub.

    Lissa Coffey: Ancient Secrets of Seduction

  • In the midst of the worst of it, Pati sent me light and energy and Alia gave me rose-scented candles.

    That light at the end of the tunnel? I hope it's not a train.

  • As a group (lek) they actively release their rose-scented blend of chemicals.

    Carpenter bee

  • Altogether my goodie box included the following: a gorgeous glass and crystal bead choker, matching hair combs and clippie, garter (not for the throwing!), a rose-scented handkerchief with personalized embroidery, a nifty little "something blue," and all of this was served in a black and red box.

    Bridal Bling

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