Portrait Of A Succubus

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Tristana, as she is known for this adventure has lived since the dawn of time. Her sole purpose these days is to seduce mortals and steal their soul. Jerome is an artist, and even as the body cools from her last victim she sets her sights on having his unique talents create a portrait of her, of course intending to steal his life and soul when it is complete. Her beauty is beyond measure. More

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Words: 20,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458171023
About Gerald Dawson

I am an older guy with a passion for reading and writing erotica. Driven by what I call my muse to create images with words. I write mostly of romance and sensuality, but that often includes steamy sexual scenes as well which I pride myself in doing with fully engorged (pardon the pun) detail.

I began writing after reading so many tales that tintillated my muse to do so and posted many on free sites. It wasn't but a year ago that I gained the courage to publish my works, in hopes that some would enjoy them and comment so that I might learn to bring smiles of joy to those who read them. Good day and happy reading to all, and as a friend often tells me, "follow your pen for it knows what lies within the soul of your muse."

I can only hope to see reviews of my works, for I cannot know how best to satisfy the readers of wondrous erotic pleasures unless I feel the pulse of the readers. My thanks in advance to all who take the time to respond to that need.

My thanks go out to Mark and all of those here at smashwords for their help and patience with my uneducated ways of writing. Trust that in time I will evolve and write even more enticing erotica for my many followers.

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Review by: Sharon on March 10, 2011 :
I'm not sure what to say. I loved it, Tristana is a great character as is Jerome. The way Gerald has written this is great, I'd have never imagined the ending, well done.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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