Every Friday.

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
A woman becomes fascinated by a mysterious man that flirts with her, but even after a passionate encounter with him she still doesn't know who he is, but she doesn't care. All she wants is him...

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About Todd Selleck

Todd has written screenplays that have earned awards in feature length, and short screenplay categories in Europe, Australia, and South & North America.

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Tina. SCZ reviewed on May 13, 2018

Erotic Chic-Lit perfectly blended together. The situations are described perfectly, and one in particular really throws you for a loop, but the story comes back with a vengeance. The story might be about circumstances in life that we don't expect to happen but when they do, it can be at the most peculiar times. The story is interesting, lots of detail, and the story will surprise you at how well it floats from one extreme to another.
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kimberlyJJ reviewed on April 5, 2018

At first read it gives you a shock, but then you realize how subtle the underlying tones of desire, expectation and reality intertwine are. It's true the author writes only first drafts, but it doesn't take away from the story. I loved this short story...I keep re-reading it and finding news ways to relate and interpret what it's really about...that's what is going to appeal to so many readers. "Every Friday" is a great read. Enjoy!
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Janet Lange reviewed on April 5, 2018

There's a quagmire of emotion in this short story. It makes you think about how oddly balanced life can be. It's a short story and exceeds in detail (I think) and I like how the characters aren't completely exposed/over-developed-it's what makes this author unique. Yes, there's some sex in here, but it's not excessive, in fact, how it's described is fascinating. It does state that this author writes only first drafts, so yeah, there's errors with editing, but dammit, this author has superb skill and despite the first draft issues, I've never read anything that holds my attention like his stories.
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Dream Catcher Publishing House reviewed on April 5, 2018

My name is Timothy Lasiter and I approve this book. First off this book is not for the kids. I was looking for a quick read and I know this is supposed to be women's fiction, but us guys get curious as to what women are thinking. Great story, writer could lengthen it to tie in the characters, and the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is also the editing needs improvement, good job.
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