Banned In Boston

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Banned in Boston is a story of two call girls, fun loving, content with their lives and anxious to be innovative with their customers. Kelly Ann is young, eager to learn and make a success of being in the life. Dianna is anxious to teach her and bring her into the business. More
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Words: 101,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466147560
Tags: prostitution
About Ann Ritchie Domela

I as born Ann Ritchie (now Domela)in the beautiful city of Boston with the strong desire to become an author, to see my name in print and the dream to have long lines of people waiting for my autograph. Like all too many, the dream stayed in the fantasy category until my six children were grown and I was officially retired from the work place. There had already been many successful attempts to get published in magazines in newspapers. And even one event where a long line of people stood in line for my autograph for a newspaper article. But a book? a few friends encouraged her to "just go for it". She did. First was Triangle of Fear. It started as a contemporary book, but the main character forced her to take it back to the end of the Civil War. then Fall of Fear, Banned in Boston and If Only. Currently on Smashwords is the latest, What If. I am currently working on a sequel to Banned as well as book on the Civil War. I am also traveling all over the United States offering free lectures to assist others who have the same dream. For more info or comments please send me an email at You may also order hard copies of my books from

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Review by: Michael Ross on May 03, 2013 :
this was by far one of the most wickedly awesome books I have read in years, and I encourage every single person to tell at least three other people to read it. This is a very strength intensifying book and shows women in power of their own life and love life. Not just being a man's plaything, but at the same time they are just that.
(review of free book)

Review by: Normarie Zipperer on April 23, 2012 :
The two main players in this story deserve more development, while the plot has potential I have found myself lost in uneeded details. Conversation is somewhat choppy and most of the sexual content lacks passion and romance. I understand they are call girls but ultimately they are women. I did not become emotionally engaged with either character. Keep trying!
(review of free book)

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