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This is a collection of erotic short stories that are meant to whet your sexual appetite. Told from the perspective of different female narrators, these stories offer commentary on the pleasure, pain, and passion of sex. "The Tryst" tells the story of one woman desperate for the approval of her very dominant partner and the lengths she is willing to go to in order to earn it. "Me, Her, and Him" suggests that the best way to get over an old man is to get under a new one... especially when his gorgeous wife comes as part of the deal. From stories of love and passion like "The Elevator" to stories of sheer carnal, insatiable desire like "Bad Girl," Sweat chronicles the stories of women who take control of their sexuality and go after what satisfies them most-at any cost.
CoCo Gem was born on June 1, 1982, in Washington DC. An only child to older parents, CoCo became an avid reader at a young age and has always had a love for words. "I didn't have any siblings, so I found my friends in books," CoCo says. "It wasn't long before I'd read every book on my bookshelf and was asking for weekly library visits." All throughout school, CoCo maintained As in English, and she went on to major in English Arts at Hampton University. She graduated and became a high school English teacher, and, for the next 9 years, shared her love of literature and writing with high school students in Oxon Hill, Maryland. CoCo is an avid fiction writer who tends to focus on the less explored aspects of humanity, including overwhelming sexuality, the heaviness of human emotion, and the constant battle of consciousness. She has several published short stories available for purchase on Amazon, and she continues to write and publish stories on her personal website, www.alisahyman.com. Sweat is CoCo's first book. Set to release in June, Sweat is a compilation of erotic short stories and poems that explore the sexual limits of her characters and entice readers to be more exploratory in their own sexual practices. CoCo is currently working as a freelance writer/editor and content developer, helping entrepreneurs to develop the content necessary to build their websites and promote themselves. She is also ghostwriting two novels and is planning to collaborate with other authors in the future. CoCo has one 14-year-old son and lives in the suburbs of Washington, DC. She sees herself one day landing on the New York Times Bestseller list... if she can ever sit still long enough to write a novel of her own.