Fifty Shades of Grayface for Men Only by Lee Braunsteiner

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Imagine, just for a moment, that your semen could cure acne on contact. Would women secretly plot to have you apply your remedy? This is the story of one man, and the joys and challenges that he encountered when blessed/cursed with this initially unknown gift.

Like a “50 Shades of Gray” for men, this book proves that men can be turned on by an erotic novel. This book promises to:

1. stimulate your senses
2. get you highly excited
3. unleash your imagination and let it run wild as you place yourself in the protagonist's shoes.
4. make you want to jump on your wife, girlfriend, or do the job yourself.

"Made me more aroused than an x-rated movie. Great urban erotica. Good professional writing."
-- Victor M, Garden Grove, CA

Women have their steamy romance novels. Now men have an opportunity to enjoy similar stimulation with characters and a story line that is believable.

"I loved it. Realistic, well developed characters. So much so that you get caught up in the story."
--Frank R, Lincoln, NE

With an emphasis on a well-weaved story line, the book manages to convince the reader that these sexually-charged experiences could happen to him.

"'On My Face, Please' was a pleasure to read. It's well-written with a surprise ending that I didn't see coming (no pun intended). While I admit I was attracted to the book for its adult content, I also learned a few things about the people who write PR stories for industrial publications. Highly recommended."
-- Rob D, Lakewood, CA

This unabashedly “guy” sexual fantasy story not only gets you totally turned on, but it also touches your funny bone.

"The book is quite funny at times. I can’t believe such an erotic book could make me laugh so hard."
--Marios S, Marina del Rey, CA

Don’t let any hints at “soft porn” recommendations fool you. This book does not lack for graphic detail that will turn almost "anything" into granite. Better than Viagra.

How often does a woman walk up to a man and say, "Bed me now?" Like never. This book differentiates itself via the careful set-up to each sexual encounter. With a prime objective of being totally believable, it manages to virtually propel the reader into the bedroom and under the sheets-- something heretofore lacking in most men's short stories or letters.

With over 200 pages of action, the book delivers the ultimate male sexual fantasy into the realm of possibility and, ultimately, into your hands: "What if women really did want me to do this to them?" The results prove explosive.

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About Lee Braunsteiner

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“On My Face, Please,” represents the first work of fiction under the penname of Lee Braunsteiner by an author who has penned over 500 newspaper columns, two nonfiction tradebooks and over 150 magazine stories.
 
Published July 22, 2012 by Lorikeet Express Publications. 223 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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