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About the author:
Yumi Cox is a young writer on the rise from the beautiful city of Newcastle, Australia via Kyoto, Japan. Growing up amongst the rich culture of Japan, Yumi was able to explore her imagination through comic books, short stories and classic novels. Moving to Australia at age thirteen, she experienced passion, love and sex for the first time, which she channels into her writing. Yumi spends her time equally between the traditional and reserved Japan and the youthful and vibrant Australia.
Yumi chose to become a writer of erotic romance in order to embrace the duality of her life.
What inspired you to write your book?
Based on a true story about a Private Jet Pilot and inspired by the beauty of the Thai Cabaret Ladyboys
Here is a short sample from the book:
I woke to the sound of the telephone.
“Good morning sunshine,” Kimberley said with pep. “Meet you in the breakfast area in thirty minutes.”
“Sure,” I said still trying to open my eyes. “But I may be a couple of minutes late.”
I rolled back over with the aim of getting more sleep. That’s when I saw I was not alone. A tall Thai girl with long black hair slept next to me. I didn’t recognise her from the back, but she appeared to be naked. How did I get home? And who is in my bed? I racked my brain, but the last thing I remembered was Nom’s lap dance. Is this Nom? What had I gotten up to with her last night?
I quietly headed for the bathroom to gather my thoughts. I decided to get ready for the day. Perhaps I’d imagined the body in my bed. Perhaps it would be gone when I returned. After my shave, shower and shit I cautiously walked back into the bedroom. Miss Patsy was sitting on a chair watching the news. She had a silk dressing gown on, but it appeared, nothing more.
“So how are you feeling today?” I asked tentatively. “Did you sleep well?”
“Yes, thank you Mr Ken,” she replied. “The bed was very comfortable.”
“That’s great,” I said still fishing for clues about last night. “Thanks for inviting me to meet your friends.”
“You are welcome,” she replied. “When I posted pictures on Instagram, they all wanted to meet you.”
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