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Simone Freier Releases Experiences Series

Simone Freier Releases Experiences Series

OTK Publications is pleased to announce that their newest author, Simone Freier, has published the first three books in her Experiences series - contemporary erotic romance novels that combine detailed and intimate exploration of kinks and fetishes with thoughtful and philosophical discussion by the characters. Suitable for mature readers, aged 18+ years.

The Experiences series is an epic love story of erotic relationships and sexual desires. Written in a "literary realism" style, the series introduces Sam in the prequel, and the blossoming of his intimate relationship with Kelly as the series progresses. Fantasies and real-world adventures coalesce to mold a unique bond between unlikely lovers. Where needs are mutually satisfied in an open, creative and trusting environment. Where physical and mental boundaries are pushed. Where the concepts of love and sex are never confused, but sometimes confusing. Where openness is required and intimacy is expected. And where fair-is-fair, regarding the punishment of transgressions.

Origins of a Fetish (Book 1) is the prequel to the story of Kelly, 27000 words, 7 chapters, and approx. 104 pages (print version). First Experience (Book 2) runs 111,000 words, 17 chapters, and 374 pages (print version), while Weekend Experience (Book 3) runs 100,000 words, 17 chapters, and 336 pages (print version). Books 2 and 3 are continuations of the story, where Sam and Kelly develop a romantic relationship while exploring their BDSM (dominance and submission, spanking, and medical fetish) fantasies. The Experiences series will include approximately 10 books, and run nearly 1,000,000 words. Books will be released monthly, and available at Amazon and other fine book retailers.

OTK Publications is a boutique publishing house that specializes in erotica and erotic romance novels in both eBook and paperback formats.


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