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Naked Delirium (eBook)
Naked Delirium eBook Cover, edited by Kojo Black
Vanessa de Sade
|Publication date||August 16, 2012|
Naked Delirium is an eBook edited by Kojo Black. This anthology work contains stories by Kristina Wright, Vanessa de Sade, Fulani, Velvet Tripp, and Sommer Marsden. In this collection, the story Lilith Returns by Kristina Wright, has the demoness Lilith appears as one of the characters. This story is also available as a separate eBook as well.
- Title: Naked Delirium
- Authors: Kristina Wright, Vanessa de Sade, Fulani, Velvet Tripp, and Sommer Marsden
- Editor: Kojo Black
- Format: eBook
- Publisher: Sweetmeats Press
- Length: 268 Pages
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0090PSB84
- ISBN-10: 095700379X
- ISBN-13: 978-0957003798
- ISBN: 97-81909181021
- Release Date: August 16, 2012
The mind has the power to save us from depravity...or to drive us further to it! Naked Delirium delves deep into the human psyche to celebrate sex in altered states. Five twisted tales, lusciously illustrated by Giorgio Verona. Within these pages, we invite you explore the indecent expanse of the unfettered mind, and maybe get a little bit delirious yourself. Free your mind....and great sex will follow!
In Sugarshuttle Express by Sommer Marsden, a three-day hike becomes a three-day high when Danny and Wren climb aboard.
The mystic waters of the Lakeshore Spa are the domain of Gilinda the Good....but Gilinda is not always so good, in Gilinda and the Wicked Witch by Vanessa de Sade.
In Lilith Returns by Kristina Wright, Adam and Eve have lived together in harmony for millennia. But the return of the demon Lilith is set to result in one cataclysmic climax.
A young woman is left fighting for her very body and soul when a pagan ritual goes suddenly wrong, in A Woman Possessed by Velvet Tripp.
And finally, in Smoking Hot by Fulani, hypnosis has helped Hanna kick a 40-a-day smoking habit, but the side effects have been most unexpected...
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