Elvira

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A sexy, mysterious stranger approaches college-boy, Joe, as he studies at a local coffee shop.

First she invites herself to his table then she invites him to her slave den.

A light humorous bit of short fiction featuring a light BDSM theme. More

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About Joe Brewster

Joe loves writing about strong-willed women. Many stories feature an older mature woman engaging with a shy younger man.

Others show men willingly becoming the sexual property of superior female peers in exchange for the pleasure of simply being close to such beautiful creatures. Somewhere along the way trouble usually ensues when the man discovers worshiping a Goddess isn't as satisfying as having a true soulmate.

Some stories feature only women as they explore the boundaries of their sexual self-concepts.

Most stories are filed under Erotica because sexuality plays a key role in their content and distributors decree such content is automatically Erotica.

In Joe's stories, however, it may be worth noting that the emotional impact, and arousal, usually comes from the unique relationship between characters rather than any particular sex acts they engage in.

Joe gleans ambient sexual heat from the character interaction-dynamic rather than simply writing down common tropes found in porn videos.

His brand of character driven erotica is a cut above mere sex scenes strung together for a cheap thrill.

Also, we'd like to clarify that Joe Brewster, Erotica Author, is NOT the psychiatrist, film maker, and author, of the same name. Some eBook sellers display their work lumped together but this is a glitch in venue's algorithms.

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Reviews

Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 10, 2010 :
Okay, Joe. You really got me at the end of that one. But I can't believe that this story--all of them actually--have been posted so long without someone reviewing them.
(review of free book)

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