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Circlet Press, 2000 - Fiction - 127 pages
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Internationally know for her bestselling young adult and children's books, this collection of stories is Francesca Lia Block's entry into the adult market - and what a debut! Mixing themes of subtle magic, fantasy, youthful hopes and urban decay, Block still continues her central theme: the transformative power of love. In Nymph she carries her vision through the full range of sexual and emotional interactions and explores a range of erotic themes and dream-like fantasies that make this ideal for those who like their tales of passion infused with a witchy magic.

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User Review  - Chrissy Daly - Goodreads

Ever read an erotic fairy tale? Well try this out! Whimsical, sexy, and hot. It strikes chords for people in all different places in their life. I felt I could relate to almost all the characters in some way. Makes sex seem so magical. Read full review

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User Review  - Lady Feral - Goodreads

Sexy stories. I loved how they were interconnected. I liked Plum, and as always am enamored with FLB. Read full review

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Francesca Lia Block was born in Los Angeles, California on December 3, 1962. She graduated from the University of California Berkeley and wrote her first book, Weetzie Bat, while a student there. It was published in 1989. Her other young adult works include Baby Be-Bop, Violet and Claire, How to (Un)cage a Girl, and The Waters and the Wild. She is also the author of the Weetzie Bat series. She has won several awards including the Margaret A. Edwards Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Library Association in 2005 and the Phoenix Award.

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