In Your Hotel Room: A Story By Rory Richards

In Your Hotel Room: A Story By Rory Richards

by Rory Richards

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BN ID: 2940157976019
Publisher: Rory Richards Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 64,781
File size: 12 KB

About the Author

Rory Richards has often been told that he is a cunning linguist. His hobbies include eating out, pearl diving, and doing the horizontal mambo. He has also been known to give free mustache rides.
Rory has always shared a special bond with women and enjoys writing for them in a way that is both respectful and stimulating.
Many of Rory's erotic stories arise from his vivid imagination, while others describe actual encounters. A few of his stories have even been inspired by dreams and by suggestions of sexy situations from his readers.
20 Sexy Stories: Romantic, Erotic Stories For Women is a 3-Book series of romantica. Written over a period of several years, these books are a collection of sizzling stories which have been enjoyed by thousands of women. They have finally been released as 3 separate books, each of which offers 20 different stories for your pleasure.
A Handyman's Diary is Rory's latest full-length book, which brings you 24 all-new stories that promise to arouse your passion.
Currently single and living in Portland, Oregon, Rory enjoys dating, traveling, reading, hiking, canoeing, and experiencing all of the culture and natural beauty that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Rory would like to thank his readers for the many wonderful letters and emails expressing their love of his books.
If you enjoy his writing, please consider posting a review.
Thank you !

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In Your Hotel Room: A Story By Rory Richards 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really don't like this style of writing. The author tells it in first person with the reader as the other person involved. He tells the reader what they are supose to feel! Ths was not for me.