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Mae and Nathaniel - A Romantic Tale of Erotica

Comfort Quinn

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Romantic yet superbly erotic, Mae & Nathaniel - A Romantic Tale of Erotica, is erotic historical fiction at its best. It is the winsome tale of a restless young woman and the eye-opening night of sexual adventure she experiences with a rusticMoreRomantic yet superbly erotic, Mae & Nathaniel - A Romantic Tale of Erotica, is erotic historical fiction at its best. It is the winsome tale of a restless young woman and the eye-opening night of sexual adventure she experiences with a rustic stranger who brazenly appears at her bedside one fateful night. The stranger, a confident lover as well as a sensual teacher, is a man perfectly suited to guide the young belle, Mae, through her first foray into sexual intrigue and adventure. Mae is a sheltered woman of the old American South, who has been raised within the oppressive boundaries put upon women of the 19th century, and she is more than ripe for an illicit sexual tryst with the stranger when the opportunity suddenly presents itself. Maes adventure begins when the stranger unexpectedly appears in the moonlight of her bedroom and announces he has come to help her fulfill her sexual longings. Their unforgettable adventure begins the moment he climbs into bed with Mae and proceeds to take her on a one-night journey of sexual discovery. Set in the 19th century, Comfort Quinns charming yet explicit story takes the reader along as Mae and the stranger share a night of sexual exploration and pleasure, and, unlike most erotic stories, Mae & Nathaniel - A Romantic Tale of Erotica, offers the reader a thoughtful, intriguing story. It is a story told with warmth and intelligence, but without the crudeness of many contemporary erotic stories. Though Mae & Nathaniel is loosely set in the 1800s, Comfort Quinns prose is more interested in dealing with senses and sensuality than with facts or events. And Quinns feminine point of view brings a refreshing charm to her eroticism. In Mae & Nathaniel, Quinn weaves a lyrical tale of sensual exploration and the unexpected fondness that can develop when strangers meet. It is a celebration of sexual ecstasy and beautifully combines engaging writing with titillating sexual escapades.