Strip Tease Fantasy - Romance Short Story

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Cindy Miller is a conservative business executive by day with a secret after five fantasy that she wants to pursue. Her husband tells her to get the idea out of her head and that no one will give her a second look.

She has been going to amateur strip night but wants to take her fantasy to the next level with a man that will totally fulfill it. She meets Andre one night and wants him to be the one
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About Marion Francis

I am a short story and novella writer. All my stories are original fiction.

My characters are derived from my readers character requests, people watching, worldwide business travel, vacation, magazines, and pure imagination.


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Reviews of Strip Tease Fantasy - Romance Short Story by Marion Francis

Tom Odyssey reviewed on June 23, 2017

The first thing that caught my attention, as is often the case, is the cover image. When it comes to romance, I have a particular affinity for the color red (it features prominently in my own work). The cover image does an excellent job representing the nature of the story, and the one word I would use to describe that is _sexy._ It simmers from the beginning to the end, and that's one of the things I appreciate most about this story: it doesn't waste any time doddling before getting to full speed.

Despite the positive things I have to say about it, there is a real reason I had to knock one star off of my review, and that is because of the grammar and punctuation. There's no getting around it—numerous mistakes lurk within these pages. Normally, I would look the other way when it comes to stuff like this, but when the problem is this apparent, it becomes very obvious that some effort is lacking.

Nevertheless, as a whole, this story is quite good. Clearly, a lot of effort was put into the actual content, but I can't emphasize it enough—attention to detail is absolutely critical. Everything from content to formatting to spelling, punctuation, and grammar all weigh heavily when it comes to a story's quality. It's the little things that make a book, and if correcting the mechanical mistakes in this story is what it would take to make it shine, I would be willing to go through it personally just to make that happen.
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Jo Carney reviewed on Sep. 19, 2014

I really liked it!! Nice work.
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extasymaria reviewed on Nov. 2, 2010

good ebook
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Harry Heyoka reviewed on March 17, 2010

With credible characters and good pacing and plot development, this short story kept me interested despite a few typos and punctuation errors. 3 thumbs up!
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