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Erotica for the Soul, Vol.1: RawrWoman Kindle Edition
RawrWoman's Erotica for the Soul Vol. 1 is a collection of twelve short stories and three letters that turn up the heat and stimulate passion. These short stories are definitely erotica, but they also serve a purpose of letting women express themselves in creative and uninhibited ways.
From the Author
The short stories in "Erotica for the Soul" can be a new beginning for some; for those more adventurous and experienced in this genre it can be an excellent addition to your existing erotic literature library.
Our goal is to appeal to the female audience's senses. To create a place where you can find self-expression through the stories we devise, and let your inhibitions go.
Who is RawrWoman? Though RawrWoman is written mostly by and for a female audience, it was conceptualized and manifested by Peter Hansen, one of those rare males who understand the sophisticated nature of the female psyche. His initial goal was to create a unique niche between polite society and the billion-dollar xxx industry. In addition, he is focusing on an arousing destination built with the woman in mind, a place for women to feel safe, while focusing on the desire for a multi-layered stimulating experience.
Peter acknowledges the fact that women have been suppressed by means of exploitation, lack of validation and the different gender specific needs when it comes to sexual fantasy and exploration.
By creating RawrWoman, it is important that Peter invited a community of women to support and create together, which he has provided for by the launch of the website and by publishing female authored erotic literature.
We create content that entice, fascinate, and above all provide pleasure to the woman who indulges in all we have to offer.
- ASIN : B00VC5URVO
- Publisher : Peter Hansen; 1st edition (March 27, 2015)
- Publication date : March 27, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 1554 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 98 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,149,000 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This first volume in what apparently will become an ongoing series is a collection of twelve short stories and three letters that turn up the heat and stimulate passion. These short stories are definitely erotica, but they also serve a purpose of letting women express themselves in creative and uninhibited ways. This is discussed very well in the Foreword by California author Susan Kelejian.
The authors include Elizabeth Cane, Skylar Knightley, Jessica Lucas, Laney Oden, J.P. George, and Jacob Summers. The stories are short but long enough to open the window into eroticism and the female approach to same. The various tales differ in place and time but the overriding theme is steamy passionate boundary pushing encounters. Unlike many other f=collections of erotica, these authors write very well indeed and that fact makes the stories far more interesting and sensuous because of that level of sophistication in sculpting the tales. Yes, the stories are written for women, but it is very likely that men will attach to them if for no other reason than to discover how women truly feel about their sexuality and physical encounters. The book succeeds in its mission. Grady Harp, May 15