In It To Win It

Adult
Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
When Amanda graduated high school she didn't know what she wanted to do. She got a job delivering pizzas, and that was all right, but it didn't seem like the kind of thing to make a career out of. Then fate handed her four tickets, with VIP seating and back stage passes, to the Victoria Anderson concert. With it came a job offer that would change her entire life forever. More

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Words: 26,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465860415
About Robert Lubrican

I grew up in the fifties and sixties, and that is reflected in my books quite often. I spent twenty years in law enforcement, and traveled the world, which also can be seen in my books and stories. While the genre I write in is technically called erotic romance, what I actually write are stories with a plot, which include sexual behavior on the part of the characters. That is because most people's lives include sex and erotic gratification. And, since most people wonder about lifestyles that are sometimes called taboo, or forbidden, I write about them, occasionally too. I believe that two consenting adults know more about their own happiness than anyone else, and that even if they are mistaken, they have the right to make their own choices. I also believe that love is the key to making choices that will not turn out to be mistakes.

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Reviews

Review by: curmudgeon on July 22, 2013 :
A sweet story. Only a slightly absurd premise.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Francis W. Porretto on Dec. 16, 2011 :
This is a remarkably sweet, even tender, novelette. All right, so it's moderately fetishistic and does speak of kinda-sorta incest (Bob and Amanda aren't really related). But at base, it's about love, about a desire long suppressed that's fulfilled at last, and about one of the most beautiful and least appreciated functions of a woman's body: the power it has to nourish an infant...or anyone else the owner might look upon with favor.

I was pleasantly surprised by your generous treatment of the pop star and her entourage. I know nothing of that world; suffice it to say I hope its stars and their employees are normally as gracious and decent as what you've depicted. I have a sneaking suspicion it's another way, though. Enough tawdry stories leak out about stars and stardom to make me wonder if the majority of them aren't completely insane.

Well done!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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