Webs of Deceptions [NOOK Book]

Overview

An erotic novella: 25,000 words, approximately 90 e-book pages.


“Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors wife…” This tenth commandment is an indicator of how great the desire of men to take what is forbidden to them. A group of men in this story has taken the thrill of conquest of another man’s wife to a whole new level.

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Overview

An erotic novella: 25,000 words, approximately 90 e-book pages.


“Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors wife…” This tenth commandment is an indicator of how great the desire of men to take what is forbidden to them. A group of men in this story has taken the thrill of conquest of another man’s wife to a whole new level.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033058136
  • Publisher: D L Davito
  • Publication date: 9/25/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 720,297
  • File size: 473 KB

Meet the Author

Mr. Davito is an accomplished author and resides with his family near the Inter-coastal Waterway in eastern North Carolina. One of his passions is his old wooden sailboat, SV Jewel, and taking overnight sails with his faithful Lab, Seadog.


It is during those jaunts he can contemplate the mysteries of life under a starlit sky and allow the seeds of his stories to take root. His sustenance generally consists of a good cigar and a bottle of grappa. Research and personal experience are the foundation of his stories.


“Webs of Deceptions” is his first foray into erotic fiction and he has a prequel and sequel under development. They are based on the tenth commandment theme of coveting other men’s wives. Depending on the reception of this novella, he will publish them under the pen name of D. L. Davito.


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  • Posted October 16, 2011

    Great story adds to the sex

    Mr. Davito has crafted an excellent read well worth the price. There's a lot of hot and dirty sex but what makes it even better is the story.

    The story centers around a group of devious businessmen who have their eyes set on one unsuspecting sexy wife and mother. It oozes sex from the beginning but does so indirectly at first, building anticipation for what is coming. Mr Davito creates a good deal of suspense by skillfully juxtaposing scenes of the businessmen hatching their plan with scenes of the loving wife and her family. He has a good knack for ending chapters in a way that makes you want to know what's going to happen next and the pacing of the story is perfect. The way he built the story makes it all the more believable, both from a character and plot standpoint, when the loving wife finally finds herself caught in the "web." And boy is she caught in it. Bonus if you like gangbangs and hot sexy lactating MILFs.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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