Satin & Oak

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Gerome and Sara lived in a small village. They both had small jobs, just enough to pay the bills. It was Christmas time and they had no money to spare between them.

They couldn’t afford the luxury of a Christmas tree, let alone buying each other gifts. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 7,740
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781922140449
About Xavier Edwards

Xavier Edwards (it might be his real name, no one is really sure) has spent his life surrounded by women, and writing. Growing up in rural Australia before the age of the Internet and cable television, there was no better refuge than in books. Any and all genres were absorbed as he and his three sisters grew up far from the hectic pace of the big smoke. The wide expanse of open country and natural beauty have carried across to his writing, forming evocative backdrops to the sensual dance taking place in his stories.

After leaving school, Xavier joined the military and has served with honour in the Air Force, from leading brave men and women into combat to searching for, and finding, people lost at sea. Joining him on this journey has been his wife, three daughters, and two cats.

Behind it all, Xavier continued to write. Freelance journalism proved lucrative and gave him his first taste of a readership that found his writing engaging and evocative. The imagery that continued to dance through his mind, would not suit this audience and when he did write it down and gave it to a small, trusted circle of readers, it had amazing results. Quite by accident, he had discovered a knack for Erotica.

Erotic Romance isn’t just for women, anymore. Xavier Edwards’ writing is firmly in the Erotic end of the Erotic Romance spectrum and what he wrote appealed to all readers, spinning worlds of erotic wonder that felt like they were real.

Xavier continues to write the images dancing in his mind, delivering to you, the reader, only the finest in erotic fiction.

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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Dec. 18, 2012 :
The story reminds me a little of O’Henry’s Gift of the Magi, but without the disappointing ending. It has a medieval feeling to the setting until the electric lights came in. That made it a little jarring.
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