Your First Temptation

Adult
Rated 1.50/5 based on 2 reviews
An Erotica from the 2nd person point of view...

“No,” he whispers softly to you, closing the gap once more, the tips of his lips brushing across yours. “Please… we… we can’t,” you sigh, your words losing all authority and meaning as your rope your arms around his back, pushing him into you as you give into your first temptation.. More

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Published by Veenstra Publishing
Words: 3,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476419091
Tags: 2nd person
About Lord Koga

2nd Place winner of the 2013 Author Award Fiction4all in Erotica Genre
3rd Place winner of the 2013 Author Award Fiction4all in Dark Erotica Genre

Lord Koga is the pen name for a local Grand Rapids, Michigan Author, whom for the last 4 years has been writing in the specific genres of Erotic Fiction, Women's Fiction, Lesbian Fiction, Romantic Fiction, Horror/sci-fi/fantasy erotica, as well as capture, S & M, BDSM fiction.

The pen name "Lord Koga," has been shortened over the years from its original name Lord Kogarasumaru. The origins of the name Kogarasumaru "Little Crow" is derive from a unique Japanese tachi sword rumored to have been created by legendary Japanese smith Amakuni during 8th century CE. The "little Crow" is considered to be unique as it is a bridge between the old double edge blades of Japan and the more modern version which eventually became known as Katana.

Currently Lord Koga has over 150 titles out in e-book format and 7 titles in both print and ebook format.

Website: http://www.exploitedpublishing.yolasite.com

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Reviews

Review by: hrhsophia on Jan. 01, 2013 :
A tough read.
(review of free book)

Review by: Mark Desires on July 16, 2012 :
The writing is really awkward since it's in second person rather than first or third. Not to mention that two separate characters should never speak in the same paragraph or it gets confusing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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