Whores, Love and Pistols in the Wild West

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The Nazca Plains Corporation, 2008 - Fiction - 163 pages
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The gals of the Wild West had to be ready for just about anything. But what they knew was in store for them, being outnumbered 100 to 1 by males, was sex. Big Nose Kate came west to make money whoring in the wild environment. But she also came because she loved sex in whatever form the cowboys, gamblers, desperados and drifters could provide in the way of carnal entertainment for her. When she became the “steady gal” of the cold-blooded killer and card-sharp gambler, Doc Holliday, she couldn't bear to give up practicing the trade she loved. Which meant fireworks aplenty when Doc Holliday showed his displeasure. Calamity Jane was no whore. Well, most of the time she wasn't. She was a rip-snorting, bullwhip wielding, pistol packing gal of the West. Her boyfriend (or was he her husband?) Wild Bill Hickok was her man. But she had the hots for others, including Deadwood Dick. These two Doves of the Golden West tell their own stories in their own words. And are not shy about telling the down and dirty about their sexual adventures in the place where sex isn't always pretty. But it's always a pleasure to hear about.

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Tim Desmondes and his wife reside in Southern California. Tim is the author of twelve books other than the present volume published by The Nazca Plains Corporation. Sex and Loathing in Hollywood Sexual Diversity and Perversity in California Dracula Sucks Hollywood Dudes Venus Does Adonis While Apollo Shags a Tree Arthur Does Camelot Whores, Love and Pistols in the Wild West (September, '08) Robin's Too Tight Tights Sex and Love in Paris and Frisco Beowulf, Wulfgar and Their Friggin' Horny Gods Colleen O'Merry - Dominatrix to the Starts Wanda the Whip Lady Agnes Sorel If Plum Blossom's Fragrant Loins tickled your fancy, you will probably enjoy some of his other ribald stories

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