The Legacy: CLUB JOI

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This is the first part of my new series titled "The Legacy". Simon Coswell is celebrating his 34th birthday. His uncle Paul, an archeologist on dig in Egypt, send him a very special birthday gift; an ancient Egyptian bracelet with magical powers of transformation.

Simon's wife, Susan surprised her husband with a night out at CLUB JOI, a new dance club in town. More

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Words: 7,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476120737
About Crimson Rose

Crimson Rose is an erotica writer dedicated to the principle that erotic fiction can be red-hot raunchy while also being written with intelligence, elegance and style.

When asked about the subject matter of her stories she had this to say:

"I sometimes deal with strange and taboo subject matter, but my stories are never dark and my characters are never victims (though some of them may pretend otherwise). My characters always enjoy and exult in their sexuality, engaging in their various unusual and illicit acts with unapologetic joy and a zest for life."

Crimson Rose has been writing erotic fiction for more than two decades. Her stories were written mainly for the pleasure of herself, her husband, and a few select friends, but now they are here for the enjoyment of all.

If you want to make it as a writer you need to write, plain and simple. Set a daily goal for yourself and stick to it. If, let's say, you set your goal at 2,000 words per day, WRITE 2,000 words per day. It doesn't matter what you write. Some of my best works come from random craziness put down on paper.
Just remember, writing 10,000 words today does not give you permission to take the rest of the week off.

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Review by: Palm Read on Nov. 04, 2012 :
I was hooked with the possibilities in this story. "Oh, the places you'll go!" I wanted more; it all ended too soon! The last part was a bit fragmented or choppy and seemed rushed. Otherwise, well done. I look forward to more of these stories!
(review of free book)

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