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Coming Together: For Her Paperback – October 5, 2009
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About the Author
Who knows where Laurence Doyen was born, where he graduated high school or even where he currently resides? The man is more of a transient than a hobo on a press junket dodging a draft. That being said, the creature he carries within is intelligent, considerate, highly competitive and extraordinarily selective. A little pissy, too, in that just-wanna-fight-sometimes way. Gorgeous, with a body that must take more work to maintain than he lets on, Laurence is an old-time romantic with a modern sexuality. He writes with a frankness and a flourish, giving and taking away, hiding and revealing, teasing and confronting. He will likely die on some foreign island, open bottle in hand, and a smart, albeit loose, woman beside him. If his wish is granted, she will resemble Dagny Taggart, his first literary love. What can I say? Helluva writer, helluva kisser. ~ Dickie Copeland
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This is the first time I have purchased women's erotica. True story. I was skeptical that a boy could write short stories designed to stir up "my emotions" as well as a woman, but it turns out, I was way off. Mr. Doyen has an incredible knack for just nailing the female side of things. I do not know how he does it (I presume massive amounts of exhausting research) but he really gets it right. I am a little bit modest, so I have to admit that some of the stories had me blushing and nervously jumping every time I thought my flatmate was walking through the door. Some of the language is a bit graphic for my feminine sensibilities, but I soon got over it as I was dragged deeper into the characters and their stories. This is a great, late-night read and if you are a fan of short stories, or a fan of erotica, or if you just feel like feeling sexy all over, you should grab this book.