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There's no ending, happily-ever-after or other. She chronicles a life of erotic diversions that is truly remarkable. The building, which feels like home to a single woman who lives there for most of her adult life is essential to a relationship which could actually last forever, in extreme contrast with the immediate, get-it-while-you-can flavor of the tricks in many of the other stories. The themes of the anthologies are broad and fairly conventional by now. They don’t come much more wicked than Kristina Wright’s “The Other Woman.” Hotels are there to fulfil our fantasies.

Pages: 80

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 2, 2015)

ISBN: 1519660596

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