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Fellow Author Spotlight: Rayven Godchild ~Let's Talk About Sex, Baby~


You’ve met Chancellor Baltimore: geek-extraordinaire-turned-sex-fiend. In this installment of Confessions of a Sex Fiend, Chancellor, and the reader, take a detour from the vanilla sex life and discover something new. ~ ~ ~

This episode is all about views: 


A view to a husband’s fetish.
A view to a wife’s open joy to please.
A view to ecstasy.

And we get to experience the drama of sexual, fiendish craves unabashed as Chancellor takes us on this voyeuristic ride.

Let’s enjoy this tale of a sex fiend as Chancellor continues to break the rule that what happens in Vegas

stays in Vegas.

Shhhhh! Don’t tell anyone. It’ll be our little secret…


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About Rayven Godchild:

Rayven Godchild is an author of erotica/erotic romance short stories, novels and novellas. Her first published work appeared in a fit of obscurity during a tumultuous time in life. That story, Secret Lilies, will see the light of day again with a lot less stress and a lot more joy surrounding its republication in the very near future. Currently, the Confessions of a Sex Fiend short stories are working their way out into the world, with the first one, Tasting Cherry, as Rayven’s re-debut as an author. A VIEW TO ECSTASY, is due out Feb 21, 2014 and RETREAT BOUND is coming soon.

Here are some places you can find Rayven:

Twitter Facebook Enjoying the Fall Down the Rabbit Hole

Can we say....HOOOOOOOT! Sizzle baby! If you don't like a good sexy story then something is wrong with you. Okay, maybe not wrong, but I like em and Rayven is AWESOME so I suggest you check this out if you like to spice things up some times!

Keep it sexy~
Bonnie Rae

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