Adult Erotica
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
When Mrs. Pickman visits her son's school to discuss his academic progress, she finds herself in a compromising position with his teacher. Will she surrender to the demand of his touch? The kids are away, but how long will their stolen moment last? This erotic quickie is short but rich with sizzling detail. Can you handle the heat? More
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About Corinna Parr

Corinna Parr has a taste for erotica and a knack for words. She lives in Canada, where she daydreams about the day when she can give up her 9 to 5 job and take up writing naughty things full-time. Until then, she stays warm and inspired by pouring her free time into "research" with her muse, the man she calls Sir.

She's also taken up her (tablet) pen to begin offering her services as a cover artist. Click on the link for her blog to find pre-made eBook covers on sale, and information on how to commission original covers from this artist!

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Review by: Christine A. on June 18, 2012 :
Too short but has a promise to grow into something really hot.
(review of free book)
Review by: Anthony Beal on June 12, 2012 :
This author's usage of language and imagery to convey as well as evoke moods and feelings of arousal has earned a quick fan in me. Touching on a variety of sexual sensibilities, the title work and short pieces excerpted here have left me (much like Mrs. Pickman and other characters I look forward to meeting soon) wanting more, which is the best to which one can look forward with any story. Well done.
(review of free book)
Review by: Huck Pilgrim Presents on June 5, 2012 :
Great work. I enjoyed it because it managed to evoke a mood, a sense of danger or stakes, while still offering the outline of both dominant and submissive personalities. With erotica I don’t always want to make a big investment of time and effort with any given character or story arc. Sometimes a sensibility is a better target than a character study or something with a longer plot. But the big problem with flash is that it's over too soon. You feel that with this one, but it’s a free sample of the author’s work, loaded with excerpts of other paid titles, so I don’t feel cheated. I’d read more from this author. What I’d really like to see is a collection of more of these fine shorts. Flash is hard, but this one was really good. Well done!
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