Painted Doll: An Erotist's Tale

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Lethe Press, 2008 - Fiction - 196 pages
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One of the pleasures of a dystopic future are erotists, professionals who paint their clients' bared skin with neurochemicals that induce sensuality. Erotists offer landscapes of ecstasy, pain, joy, and delight. Few citizens can afford the skills of the talented Domino. Fewer still know her identity is but a mask. Beneath the facade, Claire hides from a vicious crime lord who would not only kill her but her childhood lover. But the mask of Domino is beginning to crack... Painted Doll is M. Christian's latest novel, a futuristic noir tale, a wildly imaginative lesbian erotic adventure, exploring who we are and the sexual awakenings that occur when we become someone else.

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About the author (2008)

For the last decade M.Christian has proven himself to be a true literary chameleon, establishing himself as a master of multi-orientation erotica with stories in such anthologies as Best American Erotica, Best Gay Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, and so on and so forth as well as with the collections Dirty Words, Speaking Parts, The Bachelor Machine, and Filthy.

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