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Teach Me, My Love, Part 1: Dessert by Kendra…
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Teach Me, My Love, Part 1: Dessert

by Kendra Glenn

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This is an excellent story with some nice characters, a well-developed story arc and with some nicely written comedy and sex scenes. The story revolves around Caroline O'Hara, a historical romance writer, whose market is fast disappearing as readers move from traditional romance to more spicy reading matter. When her agent tells her that she’ll be dropped unless she can sex-up her books and deliver greater sales, Caroline is forced to begin researching the erotic market. Unfortunately she’s in a stale marriage and is fairly sexually conservative (if not an outright prude) and feels that she can’t really write erotica unless she’s lived the experiences herself. Her solution is to test out various possibilities on and with her husband. As she sets out on this course she begins to find this approach not only helps her writing but that it also strengthens her marriage. This is a nicely set up story that is cleverly and skilfully told, with a set of more rounded and more developed characters than is normal in short form erotic fiction. The writing is clear and the story moves smoothly and elegantly – an excellently told tale. ( )
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