Kinks/Buttercup

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Running Press Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2004 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Two classic erotic texts are collected here for the first time in one volume. In Buttercup, a virginal young guard at an anthropology museum is seduced by the beautiful Dr. Marcia Butterfield, a.k.a. "Buttercup," the museum's assistant curator, who takes the young guard under her wing, educating him in the ways of sexual excess. In Kinks, what begins as a wanton, offbeat sex romp erupts into a volcanic orgy of bizarre lust when a young man takes a sales position at the Continental Speciality Shoppe, a not-so-ordinary high-end clothing store, where the wealthy clientele shop for much more than new clothes.

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Russell Smith  writes weekly columns on both fashion and the media in Toronto’ s "Globe and Mail," He has written for publications including the" ""New York"" Review of Books,""" "Details,""" and "Travel and Leisure,"

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