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    Trapped In Yesterday: A Bewildering Ghostly Tale.

    Seriously, who doesn't love the goosebumps raised by things that can't rationally be explained? Creaking doors, a cat's arched back and puffed-out tail, footsteps when no one is there. Lovely creepy stuff. This ghost is a proper piece of work. How do you escape a jealous ghost? Lawrence can't find peace in death. He hangs around the house he lived in with his wife, trapping Rachel in the past without her even realizing it. Until her friend Jane arranges an unusual 30th birthday gift for her - a night with a professional seducer. Trip is hotter than hot, happy with his life, and what he does for a living. He…

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    ‘Sex Worker’ as a Literary Trope

    The sex worker trope is a popular one in the romance genre. I mean, we had Pretty Woman to prove it, but like with all tropes, there are rules. Faithfulness is one of the most important elements of the romance genre, and one that causes the most pain. Of course, we don’t want outside interference between the hero and heroin. But would a prostitute even be in the market for a mutually exclusive relationship, the kind the romance genre has at its core? My guess is – it is doubtful. From the meet cute – the moment the two first fall into each other’s soup – someone has to change their…

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    Trapped In Yesterday

    A bewildering ghostly tale – A character I created last year, who is very close to my heart – they are all special and becomes personal pals of mine – is Trip Murgatroyd, a man of the night, or an escort, or a male prostitute, or whatever title you want to apply. It boils down to the fact that he sold his body to random women for money. A word of warning: this is not erotica, not even erotic romance. At best it is a steamy ghost story. What else, coming from me. I love ghosts, and they sort of find me before I’m even looking for them. LOL Well, Trip…