A.G. Fielder


Fusing the worlds of the urban elite and the bourgeois middle class, A.G. Fielder’s fresh approach speaks the truth within her writing. From humble beginnings at her college literary magazine, Fielder has taken her career from the depths of Baltimore city to the hills of Hollywood. With a byline that has run nationwide, this former journalist turned author writes literary works that profile the American experience. She holds a B.S. in Sociology from Northeastern University and enjoys family life. Information on her books is found at www.agfielder.net.

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Maison de Chocolat
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,850. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Historical/America, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Madam Clarisse Jean-Louis Declouet was a bona fide Creole, New Orleans bordello Madam. She had the looks, money, the status and the power that bordello work had afforded her all before the age of 25. Her Maison de Chocolat was the premiere chateau de rendezvous in the district. It was sweet indulgence in the pleasures of the skin that her chocolate courtesans offered the men.

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