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oracne - Victoria Janssen

Bonus points for Greek geekiness!

Someone left a nice Amazon review for the Kindle version of "17 Short Films About Hades & Persephone." I got points for using phallus, which pleases me immensely.

The whole thing, to save you a trip:

"I think this is a very sexy and well written tale about Hades and Persephone. It has a very old world way of writing, filled with historic Greek stuffs which I have to continuously Google, but not without pleasure. I like how it has the ancient, kinda raw feel to the erotic scenes (the author used the word phallus - Google that!), and yet, the romance is current enough for audience of the present world to enjoy it. It seriously felt like Persephone and Hades really had those thoughts crossing through their minds in the ancient past. Yes, it has the 'real' feel.

A light read, wish it had been longer. Quite a steal at $1.50. It you are looking for a story which still adheres to the myth, and only elaborates it a bit without stretching out of the original story, and written in a very classy, I-hate-you-but-I-am-getting-more-and-more-attracted-to-you way, you have found the perfect book to read. - ladyduck"
Tags: erotica, kindle, promo

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