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Paperback Published: 06/04/2000
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Idol books mix romance, steamy sex and strong plots with an exploration of all aspects of homoerotic desire. The stories are sexy hot sleazy, hot but not crude and, above all, quintessentially British, packaged in discreet and artistic covers. Sapphire provides high quality, unashamedly enjoyable lesbian fiction, packaged in striking, colourful and upbeat cover designs. The series is designed specifically to appeal to the adult lesbian community and fills a significant gap in the lesbian fiction and erotica markets. At a seaside bungalow in Cornwall, the lovely artist Tinisha Walker occupies herself by painting portraits of visiting female tourists - who inevitably become her lovers. But Tinisha has an extraordinary appetite for pleasure, and even local women are becoming lured by Tinisha's talent and her simmering libido, including Elke. But while Tinisha is intent on beginning yet another cycle of sexual passion, Elke has plans of her own. Sparks fly when serial seducer meets serial seducer in this steamy tale.

Publisher: Ebury Publishing
ISBN: 9780352335135
Weight: 236 g
Dimensions: 194 x 131 x 17 mm

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