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Forbidden Pleasures - cover

Forbidden Pleasures

Don Julian Winslow

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

To some people sex is sex; to some, sex is theater; to me, sex is opera.” Tiffany Clark as Renee, in Hot Dreams 
 
In this collection of tales, whispered fantasies are snatched from the dark side of the internet and brought closer, allowing us to examine the many varieties of human sexual experiences. Inspired by the shocking riot of sexual encounters graphically depicted in cyberspace, each story is unique, seductive and sizzling hot! Included are the joyful exhibitionist and the happy voyeur (and aren’t we all voyeurs, after all?). 
 
Those enamored with power games, with the thrill of ultimate surrender, with bondage of the body and the soul. The genial couple who would invite a sensual woman, or a strong man to their bed. Those with weakened defenses who can do nothing but consent to the awesome power of Eros. Those who are fascinated by the way a woman thrills to display herself, showing a body irresistible to the caress of an adoring hand.  And those who are caught up in their own fantasies, those of such terrible power that they are threatened to be overwhelmed. 
 
Stories include: She Who Must Be Obeyed, Trophy Wife, One Hot Mama, In the Service Industry, Taken Firmly in Hand, Ron, John & Me: A Wife’s Tale, Shelia Undone and many others.

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