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Twitter Fuck Buddy: A Twitter Sex Erotica Short Story - Valentine's Day Sex Slut Story Series #1

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  • Posted April 26, 2013

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    This story originally piqued my interest when I first saw its fo

    This story originally piqued my interest when I first saw its former title Twitter F*** Buddy. It was in the back of my mind to check it out and even though I waited a bit to get my hands on a copy, the wait wasn’t in vain. I also feel that Twitter Crush is a more fitting title, after having read it.

    I liked the concept of this story most. I’m always interested to see how a writer, especially a writer of erotica, will write a character who is a writer. And in this case, again, it’s an erotica writer writing about an erotica writer. On top of that, Twitter is thrown in. It’s a social media tool many authors use and for a story like this the question of how much is influenced by real life pops up. I’m not trying to imply that Kitty Fine had any real life similarities to the story line. But it’s a question that could come to mind for many stories in many genres. Sometimes I feel it could at a bit more entertainment to the reading of the story if you try to place the fiction in a real world setting.

    I also enjoyed the characters. There was a nice set up of the relationship between the two main characters which helped the story progress. It was also nice to see how the relationship developed into what it is. To go along with all the sexy parts of the story, the rest was great as well. It aided in my enjoyment of the characters by putting a plot into the story instead of just getting down to the naughty stuff. I’d like to read more about Cat’s character mainly and see more of her erotica author mind…especially what an encounter like this could inspire.

    What to expect from Twitter Crush is a quick, sexy read with a different way to look at social media relations.

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