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About the author:
Charles Frankhauser is the author of 9 works on Amazon & Kindle that include 2 novels, 3 novellas, 2 memoirs, and a feature-length screenplay adapted from one of his novels.
What inspired you to write your book?
Many readers enjoy reading erotica that tells an interesting and believable story with a surprise ending that relates to historical events. My goal is to entertain readers. I list my books free on Kindle to encourage readers to enjoy them. This novella is free on Kindle 11 -13 October 2018. All my Kindle books are priced at $2.99 when not on Free.
Here is a short sample from the book:
Chapter 1. The Shack-Up
Louie Lamar lived in an abandoned bus next to the Seine River in Paris. He was the cook and the house photographer in a brothel. Louie freelanced for detective agencies and law firms involved in divorce cases, and he sold French Postcards to tourists and artists. The city attracted derelicts and poverty- stricken persons including Louie. He was a naive person that believed crime offered a path to survival. Louie was horny all the time. Louie noticed Fawn Kwan Doo on days when she rode a bike because she was dressed in a white tutu. Fawn was a woman alone and penniless after a divorce for refusing to remain faithful. Fawn was married to an artist at the time. Her husband sketched tourists and she picked pockets of drunks on park benches before their divorce.
At first Louie and Fawn only exchanged waves as she rode past him and within a week they were shacked-up with LGBT roommates on a river bank near the outskirts of Paris in an abandoned city bus. Louie’s first words to her were about the weather. He mentioned the fact that it was raining. Louie started with, “It’s raining and my friends call me Fast Louie.” Fawn replied, “Your friends call me Dirty Fawn and it’s nice to meet you.” Her reply worried Louie. None of his friends admitted knowing her after he asked them.
The abandoned bus was hot in summer, cold in winter, leaked when it rained and was in danger of sliding down the bank into the river during the rainy season. Fawn stole her tutu from a clothesline and wore it to and from class. She stayed naked at home inside the bus except during cold weather.