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Satin Sheet Memoirs, Volume 1

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
A collection of erotica sure to bring some "heat" between the sheets.
Published July 18th 2008 by Nowata Press
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B.L. Aldrich
Aug 17, 2012 B.L. Aldrich rated it really liked it
Phew! This is a steamy one, and it strikes a perfect balance in the writing. Not so artful that it distracts or is confusing, but just inventive enough to demonstrate the author's skill and avoid trotting out loads of stale vocabulary. This is not a genre I read to be impressed by, but that I enjoyed it and came away impressed was a nice bonus. :-)
Jul 13, 2012 Dana rated it liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
My first ever completed manuscript; made up of short erotic pieces I'd written over several years. "Full Body" now appears in the anthology, ReadErotica Vol. 4.

Definitely a freshman writing attempt, lol, but there are a couple of quickies in there sure to raise your temperature quite nicely.
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