Christopher Maddox

Biography

Christopher is as incurable romantic, addicted to love and romance. He tends to write about strong female characters who, either start out strong or develop the inner strength needed in order to persevere. His characters aren’t perfect, sometimes flawed. Some of his stories are taken from personal experiences while others are drawn from experiences he wished he’d had. In his world there are no boundaries to the limitless pleasures that can be found in the female form. You won’t find rape or forced sex in his writings as a means of gratification. His books are not about page after page of mindless nonstop sex, but when the heat is turned up, he makes it intense and believable. He feels that sex is usually part of the equation because it is generally the fuel that powers romance and eventually love. He often describes himself as an erotic writer with a moral compass.
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Books

Jamie, Jennifer & Joy
By Christopher Maddox
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 29,670. Language: English. Published: June 23, 2013. Category: Fiction
Best friends since fifth grade, Jamie, Jennifer and Joy shared everything, dolls, clothes, toys, etc. Now 18, they continued to share everything, including their, more adult toys. Technically still virgins as they've never had sex with a man but with practically everything else. When they meet their new substitute teacher they learn the difference between sex for fun and sex with and for love.
Missing Panties
By Christopher Maddox
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 27,230. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2013. Category: Fiction
Paul, recently out of medical school needed a place to stay in Orlando to study for his state board exams. Angela, whom he didn't know personally, let him stay at her house while she was away. When he left, he took something of hers, a pair of soiled, royal blue panties. He has had them for twenty years now and has not yet met the woman who fits them. Feeling guilty, will he ever return them?

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