The Romance of Chastisement; or, Revelations of the School

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I always enjoy reading collections assembled by Richard Labonte. Several of these stories are set in particular cities, all shown at night (of course). Something here is likely to appeal to everyone who has ever been sexually attracted to a woman. Then, a few pages from the end of the collection, I encountered the astonishing “Should You Ever Be Allowed to Feel This Good?” by Lillian Ann Slugocki. I’ve been a fan or Robert (Bob) Buckley’s work for many years now.

Pages: 171

Publisher: Birchgrove Press; First Kindle edition (September 10, 2010)

ISBN: B0042P53Q0

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