Author Kyle Perkins

Doctrine of Indecency: 18 Coveted Tales of Lust

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


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*This is an adult romance short story collection containing explicit content only suitable for adults.*

Dare yourself to explore eighteen very different tales of lust by eighteen wickedly imaginative authors that love to spin a sexy story. Get lost in the pages composed by minds trained to tempt and tease the senses to satisfaction while leaving you wanting so much more…

2 reviews for Doctrine of Indecency: 18 Coveted Tales of Lust

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lorraine F

    “A cabin….somewhere” started the book of perfectly. Did not expect that ending…..brilliant.
    Unique collection of stories, amazing in their own right.
    A number of these stories are set to be continued in full length books much to my delight as I became hooked and NEED to know what happens next.
    Amazing stories, amazing authors, amazing book.
    Highly recommend

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Long

    Wow, what a fun, hot, diverse collection of stories! It would take too long to critique each one, so I’m just going to highlight a few.

    The most twisted one was easily A Cabin… Somewhere by Kyle Perkins. Very unexpected, inappropriate, and different.

    Revenge, by Virginia Johnson started out like your typical romance novel and then took a then into creepyland! Whoa, did not see that coming!

    LJ SeXton adds vampires into the mix in House of the Rising Sun. Perhaps a cautionary tale for young women on vacation.

    Kat Mizera takes us briefly into the BDSM world for a quick star-crossed fling. There’s always more than meets the eye.

    Wings of Change by Cee Cee Houston throws in ancient magic, fate, and shape shifters. Nothing like turning up the hottie factor to melt the ice!

    An Eden Rose Short Story is one of the few stories that will resonate with those who are married and want to keep it hot in a swinger type of way.

    I could go on and on because each author added their own unique tale that was fun and exciting in its own way. There were more than a few typos thoughout, but if you’re able to overlook those, this is well worth your time to give you glimpse into the writing styles of 18 different authors. For the price, it can’t get any better. Enjoy!

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