Drive Me Crazy

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After her parents death, Alyssa is back in Hopewell to take care of their estate. She wants nothing more than to wrap up their affairs as soon as possible and get back to her free spirited life. After running into Josh, Hopewell's police chief, Alyssa finds herself asking his help in teaching her responsibility. Even when those lessons come in hard over the knee spankings. More

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Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Published by Scarlet Rose
Words: 10,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301294923
About Emma Andersen

I am a graduate student with very little time and too many stories in my head. I am a horrible procrastinator and am chronically unorganized. I have yet to learn good time management skills and am always being scolded by professors and classmates for my consistent tardiness. I try my best and even I have wondered how I made it this far in my studies, but I have a big heart and good intentions.
I began writing erotica to express my desires that I could not say out loud. I also used it as a means of working through issues in my life by placing characters in the same dilemmas that I was going through.
I mainly write erotica fiction on domestic discipline, spanking, and BDSM. I chose to publish my books so I could share my stories with those who share the same interests and desires as me.
I have never considered myself as anything more than a mediocre author. I know I make mistakes and my writing style may not be the most eloquent, but I enjoy sharing the stories in my head with my readers.
I have received the most wonderful compliments from readers that I will always cherish.
I have also received comments and e-mails that are cruel and negative. I learned long ago to ignore these comments and delete them. I was raised to not say anything if I couldn't say anything nice. I know that not everyone was taught this, so I don't let their comments affect me. The world is cruel enough without people like these to poison my life. Life is too short for negativity, is it not?
I am very grateful for the kind words I receive from my readers. I will never forget those that have sent an encouraging word and I will always be thankful for their positive words as I stumble along my journey into writing. This is the most psychologically rewarding hobby and I am grateful that I have the freedom to share my stories.

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Review by: Jodi Kuehl on Jan. 13, 2013 : (no rating)
Odd at best.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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