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Publisher's Summary

Sexperience is a collection of devious erotic short stories by author Fletcher Brown, culminating with one of his own sexperiences. The stories begin with "Room 1427": a tale of two office workers harmlessly spying on a couple having sex in the hotel room of the adjacent building until, through a series of hand gestures, drawings, and a phone call, they find themselves inside the couple's room. In "Cuck Cuck Goose", an accomplished doctor finds perverse joy in publicly humiliating his lovely wife, who takes even more joy in punishing him privately! Marissa's nonexistent sex life is revived with a bang after an evening of drinking when she inadvertently attempts to enter the wrong room in "Lost Vegas". "Dirty Little Secret" is the story of home health care nurses Carmen and Toni. Carmen sets about the task of seducing her gay colleague but gets more than she bargained for when Toni assumes his drag queen persona! The author lends credibility to his writing in "Welcome to Stockholm", in which he recounts his meeting a woman online and their steamy encounter two years later.

©2014 Fletcher Brown (P)2015 Fletcher Brown

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