Fuckin’ Bitch (Bestiality)

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Based in reality with a few fantasy elements, Fuckin’ Bitch tells the story of Barbie Lez—an 18-year-old blonde virgin—as she learns that her faithful companion—a bitch by the name of Caramel—can speak … and is attracted to her. Will the two females ignore the laws of nature and give in to their perverse desires—desires that include a strapon? More

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About Barbie Lez

I always had a fascination for the written word. As a kid, I dabbled with writing, but it wasn’t until I became a teenager that writing became my passion. I loved creating new characters and losing myself in their imaginary lives. I even took a year off school to write a novel. But the defining moment came when I discovered erotica. At the time, my parents still used dial-up, so perusing the internet for porn was not an option. That forced me to use my imagination to create erotic tales of Sapphic love. With time, I discovered I also enjoyed writing about women and animals, though I still remained partial to lesbianism.

My kinky tales remained trapped within my hard drive for years before an article about a self-published author becoming a millionaire convinced me to publish my stories. Within 24h, I had sold 7 copies. That was the start of my new life as a published author. As of this writing, I have sold 15 000+ copies and reached over two million readers worldwide. I have yet to make a full-time income from my passion, but I know it’s only a matter of time.

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Review by: Suzann Rainier on March 22, 2013 :
I wasn't sure what I was in for. Bestiality is not my thing. In the spirit of discovery I pressed on and was pleasantly surprised to find that the "tail" (could not resist the pun) is well told and entertaining. Needs a bit of editing. Otherwise a fun read.
(review of free book)

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