Curious Sustenance

4-Star review from Sid Love: “Ever since reading “Directing Traffic”, I have been on the lookout for anything new coming out from Descoteaux. I have to admit, I dived into this story just for the sake of getting another taste of the author’s fabulous writing style. This story, though, exceeded all my initial expectations from it.”

“Charley works her magic in this book again.”

Curious Sustenance is now available! Click here for an extended excerpt!

 

Ross Jenson is looking forward to a little midmorning delight to celebrate making Lifetime in Weight Watchers, but after he spent eight months losing ninety-eight pounds, what his lover gets him is a triple-layer chocolate cake. When Ross refuses to eat it, the newly minted ex leaves the country and dumps him via e-mail, with three sentences and a link to a chubby chasers web site. A few days later, Ross’s best friend and workout buddy takes him to her favorite club for drinks. Ross is shocked when he realizes it’s a sex club but warms to the idea in record time when a mysterious Japanese man and his silken ropes sweep him off his feet. Ross has never thought of himself as adventurous, but he can’t stop thinking about the man who makes his bones feel like gummy worms.

Warnings: this book features a corporate sensitivity trainer with an agenda, an awesome gal-pal, an unconventional sex club, a mysterious Japanese rope artist, and another taste of Portland, Oregon as seen through my twisted mind.

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