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What do you do when your desire is stronger than you are?


College freshman Elizabeth Foster is beginning to come to terms with her attraction to disabled men but she fears others might judge her harshly if they knew.


And that's exactly what happens.


When her mother learns the truth, she does everything in her power to stop Elizabeth from finding the only kind of man she could...more
ebook, 202 pages
Published December 27th 2011 by Dev Love Press (first published December 26th 2011)
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Christy Stewart
The book (W)hole was an amazing work that was not only a great read but also opened a dialog into the devotee community and humanized what had been represented only as a perversion in all other mainstream venues; how wonderful it is that this only continued in the follow up Breath(e)!

We pick off where we left off into the most dramatic part of any story; what happens after the happy ending. It's a bit of a spoiler to say the best part was reading Elizabeth date while being open about her disabil...more
Melissa
What a great follow up to (W)hole!
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