Bittersweet by Louisa Trent

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Multi-cultural, contemporary, erotic romance

Newly revised and previously released.

While recuperating in Maine, edgy Boston police detective Cameron Wyler mistakes frustrated schoolteacher Gertrude Prescott for a hooker on the lam. Lookalike love goddess and look-like-anything-but a hero are both working their own agendas and getting a little sexual healing is right at the top of their lists.

...because sometimes love ain't about holding on, it's about letting go, and fallin' is Bittersweet...

WARNING: While not straight erotica, this story is an erotic romance. As such, it contains explicit sex, graphic language and adult situations.

About Louisa Trent

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Louisa Trent is happiest writing and so she writes all the time, even when the veggies are in need of peeling and the dust bunnies are in need of vacuuming. When she was far too young to contemplate anything as serious as marriage, she snatched up a boy with a sense of humor and led him straight to the altar. Somewhere along the way, she picked up a couple of academic degrees, which she uses every day, only not in the way she intended to use them. Blessed with three funny sons and a husband who still makes her giggle, she lives in a quaint New England town, in a messy home, surrounded by flowers and laughter. Visit with Louisa at or email her at
Published January 8, 2014 by Trent Publishing. 226 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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