Bleep!

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Rated 4.45/5 based on 11 reviews
A world without phone sex? Could it happen? Join Alessia and Will for a humorous, yet very thought-provoking look at this engaging exchange between lovers that suffers a few... bleeps. More
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Published by Purple Prosaic
Words: 4,280
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452306773
About Alessia Brio

Take one part Appalachian redneck, one part aging wet dream, and one part filthy-minded wordsmith. Mix well and serve with chocolate-covered cherries. There you have the one and only Alessia Brio. Alessia writes all colors and flavors of erotica, from heterosexual to menage to same sex, and from twisted to humorous to deeply touching. (Sometimes, usually by accident, it even qualifies as romance.) Her work has earned her critical acclaim in the form of a few EPIC eBook Awards for Best Erotica, a couple Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and a Romantic Times Top Pick in addition to a plethora of glowing online reviews.

Not all of Alessia's publications are allowed here on Smashwords due to censorship. Readers interested in the full catalog are encouraged to visit her label's website at www.PurpleProsaic.com

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Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
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Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
(review of free book)

Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
(review of free book)

Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
(review of free book)

Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
(review of free book)

Review by: Laura Rensdottir on June 11, 2014 :
I've looked at several dozen erotica publications on here over the last week. Alessia Brio is the first author I've come across that has any idea how to structure a story. For this, I am bothering to review her work. Wannabe authors take note: look at your story structure, consider the words you use. Avoid cliches and stay away from adjective overload. Nice, Alessia. Style reminds me of Raymond Carved.
(review of free book)

Review by: Pronologist M. on Oct. 27, 2012 :
You're a kick a-- writer. Pleasant surprise. I'll keep my eye out for your pay stuff. Thanks for the freebie.
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Review by: Pronologist M. on Oct. 27, 2012 :
You're a kick a-- writer. Pleasant surprise. I'll keep my eye out for your pay stuff. Thanks for the freebie.
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Review by: John Davis on March 13, 2011 :
hot & thought-provoking. interesting premise - i like what you did with it. very well-written.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 16, 2010 :
Okay, I’m back. The twenty-second amendment doesn’t actually apply to this story, it only limits the president and not congress, but I’m being picky. I know what the writers are trying to say. I’ve been trying to send one of my little gems to Smashword but I can’t get it to work so maybe the law referred to in this story is blocking it. Too bad.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 16, 2010 :
Hot but scary. I must remind myself what the twenty-second amendment is all about.
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