Something From Upstairs

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
An Erotic Short Story - With humour
Terry opens a second-hand bookshop but is troubled by unruly schoolchildren. One day Viola, a sixth-form girl, comes in and seduces him. Terry soon becomes involved in a social science experiment organised by Viola and her friends. Finally the project is submitted by the girls and all hell breaks loose. The press find out and Terry is exposed. More

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Words: 3,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311517340
About A.K. Anders

The publisher comments:
A.K. Anders is an author and trained lawyer (specialised in sanitation litigation - he handled the Middlesex County Blockage case). His writing, like his personality, is hard hitting and straightforward. Some say he is unsocialised. It is true that he does not pussyfoot about. Many find this refreshing, while some find him shocking. He ruffles feathers big time. Primarily Anders is a writer of erotica. Often his material has a humorous bent. At Tinderbox we describe him as a reclusive extrovert. Yes, he is hard to categorise. We can certainly say he is far from normal and at times even deranged, but he is loveable.
Asked for an opinion, the boss says "He's dangerous to have on our books alright, but he's very worthwhile at office parties and he keeps the seagulls off the roof."
Have no doubt, when Anders is discovered all hell will break loose.

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Review by: Aussiescribbler on March 31, 2015 :
The owner of a secondhand bookstore finds himself the subject in a social science experiment conducted by a group of schoolgirls keen to take advantage of the fact that they have passed the age of consent.

There is something very English about this story of a socially awkward man taken advantage of by a brash and bratty teenager. There is the conflict between lust and propriety, and just a touch of pathos. The sex is sketched in with some explicit by relatively brief descriptions and the dialogue has a sense of authenticity to it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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