Hooker for a Night

Adult
Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
A woman's secret fantasy of being a hooker.
What would make a respectable, mini-van driving mom want to be a hooker for a night? To have her body used for money? She'd never do it of course. Too dangerous. Some fantasies are best kept secret.
Until she shares her fantasy with a man she hardly knows. He's going to make it happen. But not as a fantasy. For real. And she's going to earn every dollar

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About Juliet Beltrey

I’m the quiet girl you’d never suspect is secretly full of sexual thoughts.

As a writer, I naturally gravitated to erotica. I enjoy focusing on the hidden nature of our sexual desires, with sexual fantasy often becoming reality in my stories. I love to explore the full expression of our sexuality, and have found that writing erotica allows me to do that.

Thank you for reading. You’re welcome to contact me—hopefully to tell me something nice—at: julietbeltrey@gmail.com

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Review by: Anthony Beal on June 04, 2014 :
Juliet Beltrey is a true master wordsmith and builder of erotic tension that begins as a subtle spark, then smolders and spreads, growing until it has set the lives of its characters aflame in ways impossible to contain. Read this story. If you enjoy erotica, read this story. You won't be disappointed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Francis W. Porretto on Feb. 11, 2014 :
There's something elemental about this story. Something so far removed from civilized conventions and so deep beneath the surface of human nature that the only suitable word for it is "primal." Despite the double handful of low-level errors, it's an impressive achievement, as evocative as it is arousing.

A friend commented recently at my website to the effect that we always "pay" for sex, men and women both; it's just that the coin in which the payment is made isn't necessarily legal tender. I got a sense of that here: from the narrator's unexpected tenderness toward Linda, from the poignancy of her final communication with him, from Linda's particular fantasy, and from the difficulty she had reaching orgasm.

Well done, and full marks, but with a caveat: You need a proofreader. A fine story deserves to be letter-perfect. This one most definitely does.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Q Wright on Oct. 07, 2011 :
Great read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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