The Winsome Widow: An Erotic Paranormal Suspense Novella

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.92/5 based on 13 reviews
The Winsome Widow: a gentleman’s club of such secrecy that it has no business registration or certificate of incorporation, no advertising, no membership roll or club dues. Men come and go of an evening and when they get home, they deliver to their partners a series of orgasms of such paralyzing intensity that no-one dares question how or why for fear of losing The Widow's magic.Until now, that is More

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About Belinda LaPage

I love writing scorching erotica about adventurous, curious women in new situations. Her first time (and his first time!) are my favourites, but exciting new experiences like first F/F and first light bondage are a big turn on, too. It's fantasy, right, so safety is never an issue, and most of all I love to describe the explosive heat that floods her core when he finishes inside.

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FlemSnopes reviewed on on Oct. 9, 2016

Great story. What starts out as a mystery ends up being a ghost/astral body manipulation of unsuspecting men. My only problem was with the lack of apostrophes (I know, I know.) I'm sorry but shell is not the same as she'll, weve is not the same as we've, wont is not the same as won't. Each time the reader has to stop and decipher a word, s/he drops out of the story and the illusion of reality snaps.
Great characters (especially the women), good description, and a nice puzzle.
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Vijay reviewed on on Nov. 25, 2015

Its a very steamy story, always keeping the reader horny. Happy fucking after reading the story.
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Francis Haley reviewed on on Aug. 22, 2015

Interesting and well written story.
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on June 25, 2015

Belinda LaPage has a writing style reminiscent of A C Doyle, though Doyle couldn’t have had stories similar to this published in his time, all the more the loss of late nineteenth and early twentieth century readers. A terrific, well written story.
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Justa Reader reviewed on on May 26, 2015

Well written. This Is an interesting story and I think a well written homage to Stephen King.
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rjs reviewed on on May 24, 2015

In her Forward, Miss LaPage indicates, "By telling what I hope is a (more) real story . . . I hope I have brought something new to the table." In placing the plot and characters first this is unusual for erotica, and her unique style does succeed in making the work "new". The author also indicates that "The Winsome Widow" is a derived homage to Stephen King, and I don't think he would mind at all this effort and execution. This was compelling enough to draw me into forgetting about my own time and place. I'm rather careful about "star" ratings, but this is unquestionably a 5* to me. Since this book is also free, it's probably the best bargain I've ever seen. Thank you Miss LaPage for providing such enjoyable reading.
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Joyhendi reviewed on on March 12, 2015
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AWESOME!!! Great read 5stars
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clark girvin reviewed on on Feb. 8, 2015
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I thought it was a great story. Loved it. Keep up the great work.Works like this make you think that something else is there for us after this existance we are lliving now is done.
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BlueTango reviewed on on Dec. 13, 2014

Great Story. Liked it so much I found and read the other books on website.(Best on Board seriies, The Headmasters Office series and others) Enjoyed and read many times. Would like to hear more about Evelyn and Alex.
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southernmist reviewed on on Dec. 6, 2014

Phenomenal!! I truly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading everything you have written. Erotic but not trashy.
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