Coming Together: Against the Odds

Coming Together: Against the Odds

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by Alessia Brio
     
 

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WINNER: BEST EROTIC ANTHOLOGY! 2010 EPIC EBOOK AWARDS


A collection of mystery-themed erotic fiction with an introduction written by the one & only Maxim Jakubowski. All proceeds from the sale of this special anthology will benefit Autism Speaks.

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Overview

WINNER: BEST EROTIC ANTHOLOGY! 2010 EPIC EBOOK AWARDS


A collection of mystery-themed erotic fiction with an introduction written by the one & only Maxim Jakubowski. All proceeds from the sale of this special anthology will benefit Autism Speaks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011093654
Publisher:
Coming Together: The Erotic Cocktail
Publication date:
03/10/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
669 KB

Meet the Author

Take one part Appalachian redneck, one part aging wet dream, and one part filthy-minded wordsmith. Mix well and serve with chocolate-covered cherries. There you have the one and only Alessia Brio. Alessia writes all colors and flavors of erotica, from heterosexual to menage to same sex, and from twisted to humorous to deeply touching. (Sometimes, usually by accident, it even qualifies as romance.) Her work has earned her critical acclaim in the form of a few EPIC eBook Awards for Best Erotica, a couple Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and a Romantic Times Top Pick in addition to a plethora of glowing online reviews.


Not all of Alessia's publications are allowed here on Smashwords due to censorship. Readers interested in the full catalog are encouraged to visit her label's website at PurpleProsaic.com

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Coming Together 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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