The Freebie

Rated 4.78/5 based on 9 reviews
Mark has saved up every penny the last four years. He’s 18, and still a virgin. But that’s gonna change, because he’s heard stories of a wonderful place: The Red Light District in Amsterdam. With passport in hand, he makes the trip and realizes he’s in a haven of sex. The women are beautiful and there’s plenty of them. He just needs to find the one. The one who looks like Maya. More
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781466019201
About K. Rowe

After serving over 20 years in the Air Force, I made the ultimate job switch: to farmer and author. It was a drastic change, not to mention a drastic pay cut! I've been writing 25+ years and have been published in a variety of media: book, newspaper, photography, and magazine. I love to write, it seems to be a passion I can't ever seem to satisfy.

It started out back in the day with the first book of the Dragonslayers Saga. Project: Dragonslayers is an MWSA award winning novel about an unlikely Special Forces team who are thrown headlong into the world of counterterrorism. The second book, Dragonslayers: Mind Games, continues the saga where the team enters the twisted world of al-Qaeda. They must find the source of a mystery explosive, or risk losing more innocent civilians to attacks. This book was selected for the MWSA summer 2011 reading list. The third book in the series is Dragonslayers: Battle Rhythm. This time it's Yemen, and the team finds out they're not invincible. Two more books in this series are slated for release: Kill Box (2013) and Critical Mass (2016?).

Also I've expanded my work in other genres. Out now is the best-selling contemporary romance, Cowboys and Olympians. You'll meet and fall in love with Leo Richards, a champion reining horse trainer, as he tries to convince himself that he can love again after his wife and unborn child were killed in a fiery car crash. He falls for Katie Shulman, a rich, stubborn woman who just doesn't like cowboys. I'm currently writing another romance titled Silks and Sand about a Kentucky horse-racing family that falls on hard times. The owner, Evan Stoddard, hopes to regain their glory by putting a big bet on an unlikely horse and rider combination—a bet that threatens to ruin his life.

If supernatural thriller/ horror appeals to you, check out The Hall. You'll meet Marcus Bishop, wealthy Memphis book publisher; his new and terrifically eccentric best friend, Prince Mongo; along with a ghost and demons that haunt the old castle Marcus buys.

After taking a dare from a horror author friend of mine, I started work on the “Space” series. Space Crazy introduces you to Dar Meltom, a half breed alien who's had a rough life. He longs for a life in the stars, and as difficult as it is, his mother manages to give that to him. Space Junk, Space Available, and Space Invaded are all available. I am working on probably the last book in the series: Space Vanguard.

So far I've enjoyed working in all these genres, and have started converting some stories into screenplays. There are more things I'm working on, too numerous to mention. So keep checking my Facebook pages to see if there's anything new.

I was given a rare distinction of placing 1st in Ron Knight's top 100 Facebook authors of 2012. He starts with 8,000 and narrows it down to 100. An honor indeed.

As always, I appreciate feedback and book reviews. I'm a small fish in a huge ocean just trying to stay afloat. I love my writing and pour heart and soul into each work I do.

MWSA: Military Writer's Society of America

Twitter: sturgeon3736

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Review by: Jessica Hassett on Feb. 24, 2013 :
Well written coming of age story, believable characters, funny and charming. thanks! Look forward to reading more.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 01, 2012 :
Very nice indeed. Good to see well-mannered men still exist.
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Review by: Jamie Riley on Feb. 06, 2012 :
A very hot well written story.
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Review by: Sal Aceous on Jan. 15, 2012 :
Very good story about a boy's first time. Detailed, well-written and hot. Grab yourself some.
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Review by: rjs on Dec. 24, 2011 :
I need to agree with other reviewers: this short story has a nice plot, a bit of travelogue, and an interesting "coming of age" story. I reserve 5-star ratings for only the very best, and this is one. All this and it's free - nothing to lose, much to enjoy.
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Review by: Blaze McRob on Dec. 18, 2011 :
Such a great story! K. Rowe has such a wide array of genres that she spins tales in. She is a master at erotica; she certainly is able to express the sexual experience from the viewpoint of a man. Not an easy task when you're a woman. She pulls it off with flourish!

I have read other stories by this talented author and suggest to anyone appreciating this genre that they read them also. And then, read her tales in other genres as well to get a taste of her diverse talents.

K. Rowe will be around for along time so you better start reading her stories now!
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Review by: Taabia Dupree on Dec. 17, 2011 :
I'm a BIG fan of Lady K, and she did not disappoint me on this story. From the time Mark lands in the taboo world of the Red Light District, he begins a journey that is exciting, funny and HOT.

Visually, I was a voyeur, enjoying all that transpired. Fantastic read!! Grab your copy, it's FREE!!!
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Review by: Brandie Buckwine on Dec. 17, 2011 :
Wow, such a nice surprise. I loved this story, and what a treat that The Freebie was a freebie! So well written that I thought I was along for Mark's adventures in De Wallen and the Red Light District. *Also makes me wish I could still date eighteen year-olds - that kid's got a hard-on that just won't quit* Highly recommended reading, and thank you K. Rowe.
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Review by: Crescent Suns eBooks on Dec. 15, 2011 :
This is a GREAT book. The sex is a little lighter than most erotica, but that's good, cause the plot is more developed. Actually this story reminds me more of a classic literature story written back when people knew how to write. Not like the crap most people publish these days. Kathy Rowe is growing in her experience in writing and is on her way to being a serious talent to butt heads with. Wouldn't surprise me to see a "Big Time" print publisher checking her out real soon. And to think this book is FREE on here.
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