As Pleases My General – a raunchy kitchen table fable

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
... he was famous for the exquisite gentle pleasures which his hard trained body could be teased into providing ... The story of a man who likes women and a woman on a mission with a bit of man-on-man as a bonne bouche for women who like men. (Warning: over 18s only, graphic sex scenes.) More
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About Naoko Smith

Hope you are having fun reading my stuff! I love to get feedback - critical or affectionate - either in reviews here or to my email (naokosmith@hotmail.co.uk).
I am a social anthropologist: part time academic, part time housewife, full time Mum. I like knitting, single malt whisky, humanist philosophy and the Scotland rugby team.
My most recent research is on Sex and Relationships Education. I was appalled to find that the world my daughter is growing up in is just as ill-informed as the one I grew up in so I set up a blog to tackle the issue (Feminist Erotica). I review sexy stories that are good for the soul so if you are looking for a good read (wink) check it out.
Please let me know if you come across any good stories I can review.

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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on Dec. 7, 2012
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Having reread the story, I am ashamed to say this dullard missed so many of the obvious clues, hanging out in plain sight much like Poe’s ‘The Purloined Letter,’ before reaching the twist, worthy of O’Henry. I challenge the next readers to pay close attention to sentences and partial sentences that seem to make no sense. They will.
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on Dec. 7, 2012

Naoko has a writing style that takes some patience to accept. Patience that this reader almost failed to endure. Almost half way through I was about to quit. What a lovely, heartfelt story I would have missed. Even now I’m rereading it to find the parts that I so hurriedly overlooked and failed to understand until the final twist. And what a twist! I dare not say more for fear of letting the goose out of the bag. I encourage the next reader to hang on to the end.
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hrhsophia reviewed on on Oct. 29, 2012

I loved the concept. The passion was intense and explosive.
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