Exotic Destinations Trilogy

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Three erotic short stories involving people taking vacations. Start off with a trip to Seattle and visit a sexy hotel in Superior Room Service. From there, take a road trip to a relaxing spa in the mountains of West Virginia where the owner is one of the most popular people in town, in The Lustful Meme. Then jet to the Crimean Peninsula for some international affairs in Seeing the Light. More

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Words: 36,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301938230
About Joe Mudak

You know it's a guilty pleasure. It starts out innocently enough, of course. An interest. A curiosity, if you would. But it definitely is enough to get you to explore it more and in greater detail. But that's not enough. You can feel your heart racing, your breath growing short.

You want to find out more.

You need to find out more.

You need to explore the twisted mind that you know as Joe Mudak. Who is he? What is this all about? Where will it all end? You know it's wrong but it feels so right, so passionate, so sensual, so ... needful. Now that the beast within you has been uncaged, the only thing you can do is feed it, and feed it you shall...

Exposed to mind-altering cartoons, movies, and books as a child, Joe Mudak grew up with a hidden shadow personality that schemed to show the world the joys of reading erotica and now, you can see for yourself the results of those schemes.

Let Joe Mudak into your mind; you won't regret it....

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Review by: curmudgeon on Oct. 27, 2013 :
Nice set of good stories.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: neicie neiciepus on July 08, 2013 :
Yay! I always hate it when stories are too short. Having a few of them together is really nice. I like the vacation/destination theme to this collection. It reminds me of being on vacation. The stories themselves are all different, so I didn't feel like I was reading the same thing three times. Of the three, I liked Seeing The Light the best, but that is becuase I have a thing for teachers and traveling. All three are good stories, though, some of his best.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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