Top 5 Reasons You Can't Get Laid in Montreal

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Having problems locating a lady (or gentleman) to do your erotic bidding in the Sin City of the North? Consult this quickie for tips on taming the lusty locals!

A cheeky look at the Montreal dating scene, this short piece (an excerpt from the serial novel Naked Montreal) is sure to get a laugh from locals and visitors alike.

For adults 18+ with a sense of humor only.

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About Laura Roberts

Laura Roberts writes about sex, travel and ninjas - though not necessarily in that order. She’s currently shunning herself from all polite conversation with her latest work, a sexy murder-mystery about wayward clergy entitled The Case of the Cunning Linguist.

As the author of the “V for Vixen” sex column, Laura began her career chronicling Montrealers’ sexcapades, which are collected together in her book, The Vixen Files. Blending real-life observations with fictional fantasies, she’s also penned parts 1 and 2 of her serial novel, Naked Montreal, along with the short story collection The Montreal Guide to Sex, saucy poetry volume 69 Sexy Haiku, and satirical novella Ninjas of the 512.

Laura currently helms the literary salon Black Heart Magazine, leg presses Sumo wrestlers, and lives with her artist husband and their literary kitties in an Apocalypse-proof bunker in sunny SoCal.

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Review by: Benjamin Sobieck on Dec. 09, 2011 :
"Top 5 Reasons You Can't Get Laid in Montreal" is a very short work that borrows from the author's upcoming novel, "Naked Montreal." Despite having never been to Montreal, not speaking French and not desiring to get "laid" by anyone north of Minneapolis, I found this sample more than whetted my appetite for the novel. The top five reasons are funny enough, but it's the additional list at the end that killed me. Don't blush if you find this under the sex section. Roberts plugs enough good-natured humor in these brief pages to satisfy readers in any genre.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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