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In this short erotic story, a legendary musical instructor's student grapples with whether the violin is her instrument to master, or whether she is his. More

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About Anthony Beal

Dark Erotica Author Anthony Beal's publishing credits include frequent contributions to The as well as to all three volumes of the Dark Dreams horror anthology series edited by award-winning horror novelist Brandon Massey, the Chocolate Flava 2: Succulent anthology edited by New York Times best-selling author Zane, Las Vegas-themed erotica anthology Sin City, and the bisexual threesome erotica anthology Some Like It Bi, both edited by The Dark Duet Trilogy author Jennifer Roberts.

Anthony's other interests include drinking, graphic novels, Japanese language and culture, cooking, poetry by Paul Lawrence Dunbar, and fiction by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Charles Bukowski. His writing influences include E.A. Poe, Anais Nin, and Henry Miller.

Anthony's debut novel-length work titled The Escapists: An Erotic Fantasy Novel, has garnered multiple 5-star reviews and continues to earn praise.

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Review by: Taabia Dupree on Dec. 05, 2011 :
Eloquently written. Anthony, I will have to read more of your work. How refreshing to read a story, that reads like classical music playing in my ears. The words are harmonious. Each sentence orchestrated for the reader to move effortlessly through each, like a concerto.

A MUST READ. If you are not into classical music, read it anyway. It's a treat.

I wasn't sure I liked Pinochet's teaching method. Mei, the passive one, went along with her "Master" teachings. As he played her body like a piano, each key stroked professionally. BUT Mei learns to drop all inhibitions and gain confidence to take the lead. Bravo MEI, and Bravo, to the writer. I enjoyed this, and will recommend it highly!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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