Adult Erotica
In the year 2056, Josh Carter sets out on his mission. His assignment: destroy the Kansas City House of Rae, flagship establishment of a flourishing prostitution trade catering to women. Amid rampant fire and diminishing food supplies, the nation is desperate for a cure to a mysterious illness that only pleasure energy can heal. Who will be saved? More

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About Lizzie Ashworth

I love to write! Which is a good thing, because no matter what I'm doing, my brain edits sentences, selects or discards words, equivocates over paragraph formation. My file cabinet is stuffed with folders full of ideas, scenes, and half-finished work.

My favorite part of writing is description. I want my readers to see, smell, hear, and feel what is going on in the story as if they are there. I can't think of many things as wonderful as those hours when words are pouring through my head and spilling out onto the page, creating a physical world full of passionate people!

Other pursuits have taken up parts of my life--a technical profession for a career, children, questionable progress in learning to watercolor. I enjoy cooking, gardening, and time at the Pacific coast. Sunrise and sunset create special moods for me, the twilight between two worlds--fully of creative energy. Most of all, I love snuggling up with a good book.

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About the Series: House of Rae
The House of Rae series plunges deep into a mid-21st century world of religious terrorism, legalized prostitution, and a spreading plague. Backed by governments desperate in the face of water shortages and rampant fire, psions organize energy grids to distribute the healing effects of pleasure energy harvested from dance centers and sex houses. Fighting back, a brotherhood of zealots sets their plan in motion.

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