Runaway Train (Book One)

Runaway Train (Book One)

by Fortunata

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Runaway Train (Book One) by Fortunata

Karen has a problem. She is a thirty two year old widow and she finds that she enjoys being dominated by a powerful man. Jason is just the man to start her on her journey of sexual discovery. Through bondage and any number of bizarre acts, she can’t help the incredible bliss she feels, as she grovels at his feet. Is there any stopping the runaway train of her lust?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045116480
Publisher: Fortunata
Publication date: 11/28/2012
Series: Runaway Train , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 86,531
File size: 221 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I began writing in 1995. I had been reading erotic stories on the internet and was amazed at the number of well written stories. However, it was the poorly written tales that inspired me to write my own. I just knew that I could do a better job of describing sexual scenarios than some of the horrible attempts by a few writers. I suspect that those wretched stories were thrown out onto the Internet by very young people who were expressing their secret fantasies and it was their first literary effort. The saddest thing was that many of those tales showed great creativity and would have been very good reads. But, bad spelling (spellchecker for God’s sake) and poorly constructed grammar ruined the reading experience.I’ve always been drawn to stories that have lots of detail and good character development. It helps in making the reader believe the tale. I especially like hard sci-fi from the old timers of the genre, such as Arthur C Clark, Isaac Asimov and a host of newer excellent writers.I don’t usually get into mystery novels. But when I heard all of the hullabaloo about ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,’ I bought the first book in the series and gave it a shot. There were so many characters and so many sub-plots. I was hooked. Stieg Larsson was a brilliant author. His ability to weave the intricate details of a very complicated story was extraordinary and he did it while keeping me glued to my recliner, as I sipped on an alcoholic libation. It was as I read his work that I realized I truly was a rank amateur and always would be. But that’s OK. Writing has given me a much greater appreciation for the good work of others, including my fellow amateurs.I’m not a college graduate, although I did quite well in night school. Family needs and job requirements shut down my attempt to obtain a sheepskin. After that, I gave up on college. I’m an old man now; retired and living off of the money you are paying into social security which is the greatest ponzi scheme in history. I put it that way, because the money I paid into it is long gone. So thank you for helping me to live the life that I have become accustomed to.Readers ask me if I ever experienced any of the tales I write about. The honest answer is yes, but to a much lesser extent than my characters enjoy. For the most part, the scenes I depict are extreme extensions of actions or fantasies that have passed through my mind at one time or another.I have so many stories to write and I know I’ll never live long enough to write them all. So, I don’t need new story ideas, although I appreciate readers who suggest specific details about a particular scene. Over the years, I’ve had some great contributions from strangers.Thank you so much for reading my exotic tales. Please leave a review, if you have the time. To reach me, please email me

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a lifestyle choice, i understand, but for me there was too much drinking peoples urine, licking feces, and sex described as rape. Its a more extreme form of kink dealing with brutal humiliation, so i wasnt turned on at all and found it to be a difficult piece to finish. However, if that does strike your fancy then there were few overtly noticeable writing errors and the writer is particularly graphic with details.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of s&m, but not my taste