The Thorne Boy by Nile Huxley
An Erotic Novella

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“Perhaps we should meet your lady friend before we make any hasty decisions,” the boy said. His voice was low and silky, and Judy felt the danger pulsing behind his words. He leaned down and picked up David’s glasses, breathed on them the way David always did, and cleaned them on his shirt. He smiled pleasantly as he put the glasses back on David’s face, just slightly crooked.

Set somewhere between The Outsiders and The Chocolate War, this 40-page novella tells a luminous, dangerous story of sexual awakening. The year is 1959, and Judy is a good girl until she meets Archie Thorne. Legendary for his cruelty, Archie rules his school with a quiet word and an iron fist. From the moment she gives him her phone number, Judy knows what she's going to do in Archie's backseat. She's done with being good.

PUBLISHER'S NOTE: This novella contains graphic sex with themes of dominance and submission, moderate non-consent, and M/M/M/F interactions.

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Published May 3, 2012 by Persephone & Pomegranate. 46 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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