Falling for Adonis

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Falling for Adonis is the story of how Staci and Rodney, two adult video actors; begin a budding romance during an adult video shoot. It is a witty tale of attraction that stimulates the reader and culminates in an ultra-steamy oral sex scene. The arousing conversations and visually stimulating scenes are designed to cater to lovers of both women and male erotica. This is a STEAMY read! More

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Words: 17,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301815968
About Charden Wood

Charden Wood is a middle-aged divorced mother of one adult child. She is new to the erotic ebook writing industry, but has been ghostwriting online for several years. In her spare time, she enjoys doing yoga, listening to music, swimming and various water related activities.

Charden spends her days and nights creating erotic stories that capture and stimulate your sexual imagination. She enjoys writing in the shocking manner that is not necessarily typical of a female erotica writer. Readers will blush while they shamelessly enjoy Charden’s lusty and raw imagery. You’ll love her funny and interesting method of character development. Read Charden Wood publications and prepare to be swept away by the intriguing storylines. See if you can keep up with their unimaginable plots and twists.

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Review by: Just Charm Publishing on March 20, 2013 :
Funny little erotic romance that really surprised me. While I like Charden’s hot writing style of erotica, the romance was an added touch. Nice work
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Ky Clark on Feb. 21, 2013 :
Great story! I love the romance and it turned out to be a total surprise to those of us who are used to Charden Wood's usual style of hot and nasty erotica. The sex scenes and references are still all good, but the affection and romance between Staci and Rodney was a big plus. This ebook is my newest Charden Wood favorite!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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