Body and Bow by Jacqueline Brocker

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Upon reading Klarissa Archer’s scathing review of their latest performance, cellist Leonard Sanderson and violinist Marco Lambrosini have very different reactions. Leonard is filled with rage. Marco invites Klarissa for drinks. Pleased that she has upset the arrogant Sanderson Klarissa accepts Marco’s offer, unaware that he has something in mind for her, Leonard, velvet ropes and the bows of cello and violin. (M/F/M, Novella - 12,000 words)

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Published August 16, 2012 by Fantastic Fiction Publishing. 44 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There was a mixture of ones who were shocked and dismayed at her harshness (“But Leonard IS the lion of the cello!” – she’d printed that one off for keeping), whilst others wholeheartedly applauded her (“I’m grateful there are people like you keeping us on our toes.”).

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