Beyond Ordinary Sex by Marguerite Cravatt

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Beyond Ordinary Sex is a tale of naughty girls. It is a dark comedy based on a true story. If you have ever been curious about Hollywood Call Girls, your curiosity will be satisfied because this story exposes the gritty reality of life in the sex industry. M., is a grad student and aspiring writer who manages a Hollywood apartment building. When she meets, Alise, a valley-girl rocker who is also a call girl, she becomes intrigued. Alise introduces M to Jewel, a stunning, natural beauty and Crystal, a gothic, new age, spiritualist-also call girls. M studies these girls and this new world of erotica so she can write their story. She examines this dark, forbidden underworld of fetish and flesh and money and sex as she travels through seedy underground sex scenes in Los Angeles, Los Vegas, and New York. She meets customers, transvestite slaves, and ventures in and out of strip clubs, bachelor parties, and domination houses. The lines between M's world of academics and the world of erotica begin to blur. It all ends when the girls mysteriously disappear. Fearing for her own safety, M leaves LA, but returns to solve the mystery of the girl's disappearance.

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Published January 19, 2004 by iUniverse. 172 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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