Gamer Love by Melissa Lopez

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Genre: Multicultural Contemporary Role Play

After months of roleplay gaming online, Lindsey's finally meeting her cyber playmate and veteran gamer, Sandulf, in the flesh in Las Vegas. And what gorgeous flesh he is. He's everything the shy librarian dreamed of and more.

Abram has never met anyone like Lindsey. Her sweetness dulls aches he never knew he had, and her body fires his every desire. He longs to come to her as Abram, not Sandulf. Soon, they're having more than cyber sex, they're exploring their every fantasy and then some. In real life. And both of them discover they'd rather have a real relationship than cyber-love.

When tattooing makes the fantasy real, Lindsey begins to have second thoughts about their quick relationship, magnified by the prejudices of her family and friends. Bowing to her desires, Abram disappears from her life. And so does Sandulf. She finds herself missing them both. But it's Abram and the real closeness they shared that she longs for most of all. How can she show the gamer she wants to give him real love?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse.

About Melissa Lopez

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Storytelling has always been part of my internal makeup. It seems like since I was a little blind girl I've always wanted to write and would constantly weave stories in my head. Stories that were fed by fables of magical realism, myths and folklore. I spent a good part of my teenage years daydreaming about "what if's" and forming characters in my mind. Eventually I stopped just listening to my character's voices grumbling in my head and started putting their adventures to paper. They're quite persistent. I love them all from their first whispering pleas to speak to the roar of the characters that simply won't be denied their voice. I write for myself. I author and create my worlds for my characters. I've been seriously writing since 2001. My first love for reading will always be historicals, but that's not what I normally find myself writing. My first story was a children's tale. Shortly after, I listened to the characters in my head and wound up writing contemporaries, and paranormals. Now, four years later I'm exploring not only Indiana's history in a historical, but the future in a fantasy as well.
Published October 28, 2008 by Loose Id LLC. 72 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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