- File Size: 1914 KB
- Print Length: 394 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Erotic Mayberry Publishing; 1 edition (January 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MZ6SI87
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,432 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The book is Sunshine’s story from her college days until she became a resident at E. Mayberry. She details the daily life (fun, sexy, and kinky) and her internal struggles living there. In a way, she hid the person she was in order to conform to what society thought she should be. Haven’t we all done that at one time or another in our life? And once she embraced who she truly was—that is when she found her true happiness. But sometimes the gods take that happiness away from us. You will have to read the book in order to experience this book from beginning to end. You won’t be disappointed but rather satisfied actually.
Now, I wanna live in E. Mayberry. Who doesn’t?
“…so I think a whore is a brand society puts on a woman who enjoys sex and doesn’t see it as taboo or evil or dirty. A whore, in reality, is a carefree spirit, one who enjoys life’s most reasonable pleasure,” ---Sunshine
Holy F***!!! This was a freaking epic book! WOW! A no handed read is what it is. The hottest freaking book I have ever read in my entire life... I believe... Or that I can remember. I want to find an E. Mayberry to live in darnit! It kinda broke my heart but it was hard to break my heart too much when the steam was coming from everywhere.
This is about a girl who is a sex addict and loves sex in all forms, but it is more there to feel the loneliness void that she has. The unloved void. When she attempts at committing suicide, she is put in a hospital where she meets the love of my life. Lol. He then takes her under his wing and has her move with him to a community that nobody is to speak of... Erotic Mayberry.
So many different obstacles and stuff went down in E. Mayberry. It totally left me spent!!! I loved the book so much and I totally recommend it as one click buy!!!
One total one click buy! Extremely hot read!!!🔥🔥
"so I think a whore is a brand society puts on a woman who enjoys sex and doesn’t see it as taboo or evil or dirty. A whore, in reality, is a carefree spirit, one who enjoys life’s most reasonable pleasure,” ---Sunshine
I want to live in this neighborhood!!!
Once again damn Chris I am so proud of you this book is everything I thought it would be!!
MUST READ THIS BOOK!!!
Welcome to E. Mayberry was awesome for so many reasons. Mainly because it was a full-length novel by Chris Genovese. I can never get enough of his stories, so be able to have more time with one was fantastic.
This story was different on so many levels. The pretense of living in an erotic neighborhood was so enticing. The way the story was told was incredible. The plot seemed to have been pretty well thought out, although, I am learning that Chris Genovese gets an idea and just runs with it. The side characters were described well. I was surprised that the story, at one point, took on such a serious and sad plot twist. I never saw it coming. I was sad and pissed. I understand the necessity of it, but it still hurt. And hurt a lot. Shame on you Chris Genovese for making me feel anything but turned on and humored by the wit your books always bring.