Fifty Shades of Brown by D.A. Packer
(One Hundred and Fifty Shades in Total Trilogy)

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Fifty Shades of Brown is an hilarious feminist parody of E.L. James’s runaway bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey. Our heroine, Sadie Klunge, is overweight, acne-scarred and mentally sub-normal. Not surprisingly, she despairs of ever finding a man and wonders if anyone will ever love her. All that changes, however, when she meets Dermot Brown, the handsome, obese Scottish billionaire. Just six months out of college, Brown has already built a massive business empire. Yet when he meets Sadie business is the last thing on his mind. As the pair’s romance blossoms, hot sex and shattering orgasms ensue with monotonous regularity.

Brown’s enormous penis and even larger bank balance persuade Sadie to overlook his penchant for sexual violence, but when he reveals the dark, brown secret at the heart of their relationship, her love is put to the ultimate test...

The first volume of the One Hundred and Fifty Shades in Total trilogy pokes merciless fun at one of the fastest-selling and worst-written books of all time.
 

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Published July 15, 2012 73 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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