Paradise Lust by Kit McCann

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Everywhere you look, for heaven's sake, there are ladies. Never mind for heaven's sake, this is heaven. It is the Garden of Eden, where you are allowed to eat all the apples you want. The air itself is sexy. Never mind meanderings on hill tribes and Buddhist temple architecture, or burble about meditation and mantras, and dire warnings about 'prostitutes' and 'the sex industry'. Because that is why you have come here. You are a man with ample leisure time and money in your pocket, and you are here for the ladies. Because they do it.



Welcome to Thailand, where hundreds of thousands of male tourists are lured every year by thoughts of luscious silk-skinned maidens whose smiles promise ecstasy. And despite the exotic sights, gorgeous beaches and mouth-watering food, for many the magic of the east means sex. In the raucous seaside resorts like Patang and Pattaya, armies of sultry young temptresses ensare the hearts and bankrolls of besotted foreigners.


Totally frank, Kit McCann charts his own uninhibited rake's progress through the moonscape of lust and its pitfalls. A vast comedy of corruption, deceit, drugs, murder, despair, suicide, and above all, greed. He should know, he saw it all.

 

About Kit McCann

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Kit McCann is a long-term resident of Thailand who has recently returned to live in the UK. He is an Oxford graduate, an expert on the classics and erotica and also the author of over twenty erotic novels as Yolanda Celbridge. He has pursued a life of travel throughout his adult years and speaks a wide variety of languages. He is also anarchetypal British eccentric.
 
Published December 31, 2011 by Virgin Digital. 242 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Travel, Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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