Jolly Rogering

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Jolly Rogering - What happens when a country milkmaid tries to realise her dream of becoming a pirate by disguising herself as a cabin boy? How long can she keep her secret, and what will happen when a shipload of horny pirates find that they have a sexy young girl at their mercy?

Washed Up - How will sex-crazed Lady Robin Crusoe survive life as a castaway? Is a green banana as good as a man?
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Published by Aussiescribbler
Words: 5,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466039254
About Aussiescribbler

Sex is a wonderful thing, but I find it hard to take it seriously. It has the power to make buffoons of us all. But I like to laugh as much as I like to get off so its a win-win situation over all.

There is nothing so erotic as a spirit of playfulness, and that is what I express through my erotic stories. If you like puns, parodies, slapstick and one-liners with your saucy stories then you may find something here to tickle more than just your funny bone.

I also write about psychology under the name Joe Blow.

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Review by: Roy Station on July 08, 2014 :
Lose your landlubber status in these two humorous-raunchy- salty tales. Most enjoyable stories, look out for a little, cleverly merged, history.
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Review by: JL Devereaux on Jan. 28, 2013 :
I enjoyed these stories, like all this author's stories I've read so far. Just the right amount of humour to entice me to scrap my plans for the rest of the evening and read another.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 30, 2012 :
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Review by: Naoko Smith on June 27, 2012 :
I did enjoy these two humorous stories about saucy nautical wenches. I like your wink and a pun style of writing and the sassiness of your heroines.
There are some annoying typos and mis-use of the inverted comma in the piratical story. Would have liked the sex to be a bit more explicit too, a bit of loving attention and added detail might really do something for this jolly rogering romp.
Robin Crusoe's adventures are hilarious. Again, for my taste, just a bit more careful detail would really add to the story, especially at the beginning. Just why is Robin on a sea voyage? With your sense of humour you can probably invent a brief back story which will add to the slapdash and sauce of it all.
Hilarious hot stuff.
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