The Beach House

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An abused wife finds there is escape, and the happiness she believes could never be hers.

Jenni Adams has strayed before. Two years earlier it was with a young man she could not resist. Now her attraction to the young couple staying in the Beach House will trigger events more climactic and final than she can imagine. More

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Published: April 08, 2011
Words: 65,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458162977
About JT Harding

Tess Harding started writing fiction at the age of 9, but had to wait until she was 24 before being published professionally. That was a long time ago, and somewhere along the way real life demanded her attention and she drifted away from writing until recently.

Tess writes erotic fiction which, she sincerely believes, is different. Many works under that banner consist of graphic and extreme sex. Tess believes that true eroticism only comes from character and storyline. Therefore, her fiction may take a while to get going, but it will get you there in the end and, it can be argued, will result in greater satisfaction.

Tess Harding lives with her partner close to Hereford, near the border between England and Wales, where myth is still strong and civilization a thin veneer. Raised on the East Coast of America, she spends most of her time at her home looking out over green fields and a river. She also travels when she can, particularly loving France and Italy, as well as making forays back to the land of her birth to visit friends and relatives.

JT Harding won the Literotica Halloween 2011 contest with her story Samhain Cider.

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An abused wife finds there is escape, and the happiness she believes could never be hers. Jenni Adams has strayed before. Two years earlier it was with a young man she could not resist. Now her attraction to the young couple staying in the Beach House will trigger events more climactic and final than she can imagine.

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Review by: andrea345 on Nov. 18, 2012 : star
uh, I was able to put it down, walk away and yet I still regret the hour I committed to this.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: ian browne on Oct. 09, 2012 : star star star star star
This book hard to put down once you start read it
(reviewed long after purchase)

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