Simone and the Writer by I. M. Telling

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# Kent based Simone discovered the explicit erotica of American writer Long John O'Tool and her life is changed forever. She had been stagnating in a loveless marriage for years; O'Tool's sexy interracial stories generated fantasies, which she felt compelled to explore.

She twitted him after reading the first one and received an immediate reply, then more tweets and then an email relationship developed with Long John, as a long-time alpha male dominate, exerting control over Simone using only his erotic written words. For the first time in years she felt cherished and desire as a woman. His stories pointed the way to finding ways to meet her needs as he made her feel beautiful and alive as never before.

Encouraged by emails with her new writer-friend, she decided to proceed to London. Simone embarks on a weekend that she hopes will be filled with excitement and maybe even a touch of danger. After some initial frustrations, she tells a cab driver "Take me to a pub where I can meet men of color."

Content Warning: The story contains explicit dialogue and sexual content. Recommended for Adults Only.
 

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Published November 9, 2012 by Late Night Publishing. 52 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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