Fifty Shades of Grey Masks - 2 by Anita Dobs

Part 2 of 'Fifty Shades of Grey Tentacles, BDSM Parody Erotica Series...

Fifty shades of grey masks - 2

Part 2 of the Best Erotica Category Finalist 'Fifty Shades of Grey Tentacles':

Elle James, kidnapped and held prisoner by Mr. Grey's ruthless enemy, wonders if she will ever see the handsome billionaire again. Her kidnapper is intent on using Elle as a pawn in his twisted game against Grey. Yet Elle formulates a plan in her attempt to escape his evil clutches, a plan that may very well backfire on her.

Billionaire C.E.O Grey - a world famous BDSM expert - laments the loss of the girl he has just fallen in love with, and resolves to rescue his not-so-submissive-submissive; yet his arch rival is unlikely to go down without a fight.

Exploring the dark caverns of their desires, a much bigger challenge is about to face the 'bound together by fate' lovers, a challenge that all couples must. With Mr. Grey's secret life becoming more and more apparent to Elle, she is, however, enthralled by Grey's bondage expertise. But rivals for Elle's heart are making her decisions exceptionally hard to make, and a tipping point neither can avoid, is looming fast on the horizon...

Warning: Although this is a work of parody, it is also a work of erotica, that contains graphic sexual scenes of tentacle sex, tentacle bondage, S&M and humor...

Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 25,612

Sales info:

Part two is just recently released and has strong sales on several platforms. As a second part of part one, it will increase sales of the former and also drive sales to part three of the trilogy when released.


Sample text:

“I don't really understand romance or the precepts behind it. We don't have it on my planet. How to be romantic?” He asked, leading me to throw my head back in exasperation.

“Erm, ya' know, buy me flowers and chocolates and stuff.”

Grey leaned forward in his chair, intensely interested, “So the basic precepts of romance are to buy a female flowers and chocolates? How often? Everyday?”

“No, not everyday, as that would become dull and commonplace.” I sighed, looking at my almost empty bowl of strawberries and thinking Grey could make a start on romance by fetching me another one.

Grey looked perplexed, “So, your meaning is, I should randomize my scheduling for buying you flowers and chocolates?”

I popped the last fresh strawberry into my mouth, giving a delicious smacking of my lips, “You don't have to sound so clinical about it. And its not just flowers and chocolates.”

“So what else is it?”

“I dunno', can't you just read a book!” I asked, more concerned with letting my strawberries and cream digest.

“I don't really like reading books.” Grey confessed.

I sat up sharply,

“What do you mean you don't like reading books!? Who doesn't like reading books?”

“I don't. They just seem really 'samey' to me.”

“'Samey'? How?”

“You only have twenty six letters in your alphabet and they keep repeating themselves. On my world we have around ten thousands characters that are holographic and fractal, and the meanings are so much deeper and interchangeable, depending on your own subjective perspective. You can read one book a thousand times and still not get bored. I just can't get into Earth books at all.”


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Alice A.
Author review:
Alice always delivers high quality work and is professional and a pleasure to work with, and this time is no different. Strongly recommend.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Patrícia Pinto
Author review:
Again, Patricia did a great job and with both manuscripts finished far ahead of the deadline! Nothing but good things to say about this translator!
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Yaiza Jurado
Author review:
Great professional job by this translator, a pleasure to work with. Highly recommended.

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