In Spades by Jessica Rousseau
A Mother and Daughter Recount Their Sexual Journeys

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In Spades is the unusual and erotic story of two women, a mother and daughter, who, without knowing it at the time, were sharing very similar journeys of sexual discovery. Originally posted as a series of blog entries, a large fan base encouraged the women to compile these short stories into a single book. It chronicles both women's involvement with interracial romance, drugs, kink and BDSM, prostitution, infidelity and the strange set of coincidences that eventually brought them together.

Kate was a woman who married and had children at a very early age. Feeling a creeping stagnation in her marriage, she yearned for some kind of charge or excitement in her life. What she discovered was that not only were there men in the world who could excite her, but that her libido, long suppressed, was much more powerful than she'd ever expected.

At the same time, her daughter, Jessica was going through all the usual trials of teenage sexuality. But after accidentally seeing her mother having sex with a man who was not her father, Jessica's path altered down a dangerous road.

Set in post-Katrina New Orleans, both women tell a story that is brutally honest, highly erotic and sometimes disturbingly unsafe. Each woman tells the story from her own point of view and we're allowed to see how each of them evolved and how eerily parallel their lives were without realizing it.

They pull no punches, they tell the stories as they happened and they'll take you on a journey through their sexuality that you will never forget.
 

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Published January 28, 2013 by BookBaby. 476 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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