The Parlour: All Access

Functionally Fictional

Authors: Cheri Marie,‎ Carissa Laryea,‎‎ Ava Danielle,‎ Jillian Elizabeth,‎ Jaime Russell,‎ Angie Brocker,‎ Barb Shuler,‎ Robin Laine,‎ Alexis R. Craig,‎ Chasity Gaines,‎ Jezebelle James,‎ Lindsey Taylor

Synopsis: Behind the ‘Members Only’ door of The Parlour you’ve been granted an all access pass to the ultimate pleasures of ecstasy.

Ready. Set. Play.

Your partner will be ready to play by your rules, indulge you in your wildest dreams and get lost in the ultimate balance of lust and control. Nothing is out of bounds as everyone is here for the same thing – to forget their troubles and get lost in the pleasures of the flesh.

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You can read more about The Parlour: All Access on Goodreads, and it is available for purchase on Amazon.

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I applaud your bravery, and I’m so very sorry this appears to you. #MeToo

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