In this sex comedy, Little Red Riding Hood meets the Big Bad Wolf, an ex-boyfriend she has never really gotten over,one day on her way to her grandmother's house. Seeing him again forces her to think about her previous relationship with the notorious bad boy and what she wants out of life and her men.As people are telling her she needs to get married and have children to be a successful woman, she is busy trying to live life on her own terms and by the motto, “It’s not the men in your life that matters.It’s the life in your men that counts.”
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Written in a poetic feel; it’s a soul on fire, a calling, an inspiration, a curiosity, a longing, a joy, a sorrow, a confusion, a disillusionment, an anger, a grief, a revealing, a dying and a becoming. It’s a conversation, a story, a song, a journey we all share.
Some retailers have asked that this book be placed in the erotica category.It is not really erotica.It is a sex comedy with sexual innuendo and double entendre.
There may also have been some objection to the relationship between Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.This is not an example of monster sex or bestiality.This work was inspired by Mae West and Tex Avery’s Little Red Riding Hood cartoons where the wolf was more of a description of the man, even if he took more of the animated wolf form.
Due to these concerns, Jack Gunthridge Studios, LLC and Summer Gleeson have decided to leave this story in the erotica category to appease these retailers.