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Publisher's Summary

Little Red and the Werewolf: A Fairy Tale Erotica Story with bondage and very rough sex.

You've never seen Little Red Riding Hood like this before! It's sexy. It's funny. It's hot, hot, hot! This satirical and very explicit erotica story is filled with plenty of bondage, BDSM, sex toys, and one very horny and very sadistic werewolf. Poor Red doesn't know if she's feeling pain or pleasure! It really doesn't matter since she ends up loving both!

Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sex including very rough sex, bondage, sex toys, domination, sadism, first anal sex, and also some violent and disturbing werewolf imagery.

©2014 Digismith Press (P)2015 Digismith Naughty Nightingale Erotica Publishing

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Would you try another book from Dawn Devore and/or Layla Dawn?

No

What could Dawn Devore have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The story line could have been stronger and the description of the activities could have been much better

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Layla Dawn?

I'm not sure who I would have rather heard read this lack luster story however, Layla Dawn seemed bored and was very monotone throughout.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The idea of this storyline had a lot of promise