S.E.C.R.E.T. by L. Marie Adeline
A Novel

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...I felt uncanny links to the growing political positions that women occupy...And while the bulk of anonymous male lovers in this book function as unpaid labourers, I’m glad their female bosses implicitly include them in a world of sexual freedom.
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NOW AN INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
A hot new erotica series for readers of 50 Shades and Sylvia Day

In S∙E∙C∙R∙E∙T there are…
No judgments. No limits. No shame.
 
Cassie Robichaud’s life has been filled with regret and loneliness since the death of her husband. She waits tables at the run-down Café Rose in New Orleans, and every night she heads home to her cat and solitary one-bedroom apartment. But when she discovers a notebook left behind by a mysterious woman at the café, Cassie’s world is forever changed. The notebook’s stunningly explicit confessions shock and fascinate Cassie, and eventually lead her to S∙E∙C∙R∙E∙T, an underground society dedicated to helping women realize their wildest, most intimate sexual fantasies. Cassie soon immerses herself in an electrifying ten-step journey through a series of rapturous fantasies with gorgeous men who awaken and satisfy her like never before. As she is set free from her inhibitions, she discovers a new confidence that transforms her, giving her the courage to live passionately. Equal parts enticing, liberating, and emotionally powerful, S∙E∙C∙R∙E∙T is a world where erotic fantasy becomes reality.

Now with an excerpt from L. Marie Adeline's next book in the SECRET trilogy, SECRET Shared.

 

About L. Marie Adeline

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L.M. Adeline is a pseudonym for a bestselling author and television producer.
 
Published February 5, 2013 by Broadway Books. 290 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Good
Reviewed by Tamara Faith Berger on Feb 14 2013

...I felt uncanny links to the growing political positions that women occupy...And while the bulk of anonymous male lovers in this book function as unpaid labourers, I’m glad their female bosses implicitly include them in a world of sexual freedom.

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Above average
Reviewed by Tamara Faith Berger on Feb 08 2013

S.E.C.R.E.T.’s most interesting aspect, by a long shot, is its utopian and matriarchal strand...I’m disturbed by the glossy and apolitical tone of this new breed of erotic fiction, which misapprehends the radical terms in which it is couched.

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