Erotic City

Erotic City

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by Pynk
     
 

Erotic City is sex-fest central-a hip, upscale swingers club for grown-folks only, located in the heart of Atlanta. It is a grand, three-story sexual mecca where the uninhibited freaks come out four nights a week to get their ultimate groove on without fear of reprisal or judgment, yet judgment from the outside world threatens all that the club's owner, Milan

Overview

Erotic City is sex-fest central-a hip, upscale swingers club for grown-folks only, located in the heart of Atlanta. It is a grand, three-story sexual mecca where the uninhibited freaks come out four nights a week to get their ultimate groove on without fear of reprisal or judgment, yet judgment from the outside world threatens all that the club's owner, Milan Kennedy, has worked so hard to achieve.


Pynk brings us a fast-paced, sexy ride through a world of having sex in public, bribery, judgments, and suspense that sheds light on family, churchgoers, relationships, revenge, and the amazing sex-filled world of those who swing.

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Pynk, aka Marissa Monteilh, a former model, has written a steamy novel set in Atlanta, with sexy swingers who can't wait to shed their clothes once they enter Milan Kennedy's exotic club. But Milan has her hands full as she tries to run her business and deal with her boyfriend's crazy ex-girlfriend.


—Ann Burns

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446179577
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
11/14/2008
Pages:
382
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

Marissa Monteilh, writing as Pynk, is a former model, television news reporter, and commercial actress.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Pynk now resides just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Erotic City 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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Thom_E_Gemcity More than 1 year ago
I usually love her storytelling, but writing under this psuedonym, I can't say I enjoyed it as much. It seemed like a bunch of sex stories back to back. If that is what you are looking for it'll be a great read. The characters are wonderfully drawn but I needed a little more story with the sex. Just a little more.
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This book is not a good erotica book. It's just act after act just so it's in there. Who cares? The characters were developed in a matter that made the reader care. Not a good story, no message; but, there are worst books out there. This book is an attempt, a base hit, no where near a home run but she made the field.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Atlanta lies the adult only Erotic City, the hippest, swingiest club in the southeast. The club occupies three stories in the heart of the downtown; a place where customers can behave with no inhibitions and no concerns up to four nights a week. Sex of any persuasion is the only game in Erotic City.

Thirty-two years old Club owner Milan Kennedy struggles to insure her clients are enjoying their visits without recrimination. However, just surrounding the sexual oasis is Georgia, a state that fundamentally condemns sex even between two consenting adults. They want the club closed and threaten the client base with exposure. Meanwhile Milan¿s significant other former boxing champ ¿Lavender¿ Lewis has issues with his ex volatile fruitcake Ramada Hart who will do anything including destroying Milan to get her champ back.

Though the heat is hotter than the equator, surprisingly EROTIC CITY is a character study of relationships between several people from differing aspects of life. The lead couple, his ex and her sisters are fully developed protagonists and an antagonist, but the support cast especially the clientele come across with just enough development to understand their wants and desires. Readers will enjoy Pynk¿s deep contemporary that focuses on relationships through the lens of sex in the city that prefers to pretend it is non existent, and those who flaunt it will regret it.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books i have read in a long time from the erotica genre.The book is also a great if you are interested in getting into the life or just curious about it.If you love Zane novels then you will most definitely love Pynks Erotic City.