Start with your favorite fairy tale, strip away the trite little moral of the story, and soak it in pulsing lust and steamy sex…voila. You’ve got Alessandra DeLuca’s Erotic Fairy Tales Series; nothing like you remember from your childhood and everything you’ve wanted as an adult.
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Snow White and Rose Red: Snow White and Rose Red are loyal and beautiful sisters starved for the affections of a good man…or two. When a sexy stranger knocks on their door seeking shelter, the twins are more than happy to open their home—and their bodies—to him. Little do they know, their handsome shared lover is much more than he seems. And when his secret is finally revealed, the sisters will find themselves fulfilled in ways they never dreamed possible.
The Little Mermaid: A beautiful mermaid falls for a handsome human prince…and is desperate to taste the pleasures that only a human form can offer her. With the help of a sea witch, the little mermaid is granted her wish and the prince’s body is hers for the taking. But behind her lustful gaze, the mermaid wants more. No, this little mermaid isn’t quite as innocent as the one you loved as a kid; but she has a whole hell of a lot more fun.
Little Red Riding Hood: Forget wolves disguised as kindly old grandmas. In this story, a sexy stranger strolling through the woods is every bit as dangerous as he seems. Even innocent and naïve Little Red Riding Hood knows better than to fall for this man’s tricks, but the heat of his touch soon turns her reluctance to single-minded lust. And when a passing huntsman interrupts their escapade, Little Red Riding Hood finds out why three is always better than two.