Carnal Lesson

Carnal Lesson

by Vonna Harper

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Overview

Carnal Lesson by Vonna Harper

Cheri lives life one day at a time. She's young, attractive. Men are drawn to her. What more does she need?
A sense of purpose yes but that can wait.
Or can it?

Someone has plans for her.

Cheri becomes Carnal Incorporated’s latest subject. Lesson by lesson, she is taught the truth about her body, mind, and desires.

Cameras follow her every move as Reno introduces her to her new reality. This is his career—a most enjoyable task with a hefty paycheck.

Will she embrace what she is becoming or simply survive? 

Erotic romance writer Vonna Harper has stepped out of her comfort zone with her latest books. The 26,000 word Carnal Lesson takes readers into a fictional world where money and power rules. 

Carnal Lesson taps into many women’s fantasies about giving up control. That’s the key word, fantasy. In no way does Vonna condone such behavior in the real world. She writes escapism. 


 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046240849
Publisher: Vonna Harper
Publication date: 09/06/2014
Series: Carnal
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 579,230
File size: 279 KB

About the Author

Vonna Harper has written most of her life and no longer has any other marketable skills. She lives in rural southern Oregon with her husband and two rescue dogs. The mother of two grown sons and four grandchildren, she keeps her erotic friction from them and the neighbors.

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Carnal Lesson 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
it was a book you would want to read again. vonna should write more like it. i have read almost all off her books,but this is one of her best.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book absolutely is degrading. I have nothing again people that experiment or them writing their desires but this in my opinion is absolutely wrong and going way to far.