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How to Train Your Virgin: New Lovers No. 1

Writer
Wednesday Black
Date
2015
Publisher
Badlands Unlimited
Format
Artists' Books
Size
4.5 × 7 inches
Length
168 pages
Genre
Fiction
Description

The queen of a mythical realm realizes that her king now prefers the bodies of inexperienced human virgins to her own. His insatiable appetite threatens the kingdom and everything the queen holds dear. She plots to seduce and deflower the two humans the king favors, but her plans backfire in spectacular fashion. What will become of her marriage? Her kingdom? Her virgins? How to Train Your Virgin by Wednesday Black is the first of New Lovers, a series of short erotic fiction published by Badlands Unlimited. Inspired by Maurice Girodias’ legendary Olympia Press, New Lovers features the raw and uncut writings of authors new to the erotic romance genre. Each story has its own unique take on relationships, intimacy and sex, as well as the complexities that bedevil contemporary life and culture today. These paperback editions pay homage to the classic covers of the Olympia Press novels. The “soft-touch” lamination and embossed lettering on the front covers make these novellas a precious edition to any library. How to Train Your Virgin is a high-spirited romp through a fantastic world populated by centaurs, ghosts and something called an “inside-out man.” Imagine Game of Thrones and Lady Chatterley’s Lover.

Wednesday Black is a writer of fiction, nonfiction and poetry who studied at Northwestern University and the University of Michigan. She lives between New York City and New Orleans.

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