(PRWEB) November 03, 2015
Ruckiya Ross has completed her first book “Carnal Chloe”: a gripping and potent story of a woman on a mission to enjoy the pleasures of life without getting herself into the burdens of commitment.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ruckiya Ross’s poignant tale takes the reader on a seductive journey through the indulgent life of one single woman who wishes nothing more than to remain a single woman.
"Carnal Chloe" is this season’s guilty read as it is a story about carnality. Yes, that weak flesh that everyone has, and especially Chloe C, and she is naughtily hoping her new friend Jay B does too. She meets him and is instantly ready to have a little adult fun. Well, she is ready to have fun as soon as she can get rid of her pesky client Shelly, the thorn in her eye.
This is the story about a girl who was not looking for love or Mr. Right. Nope, Chloe C was the anti-girl: She didn’t have the desire to be anyone’s wife. Instead she was just looking for a good shag, and good shopping: gifts, trinkets, trips, cash, check or credit. Sponsorship—fun for the night.
She wanted nothing to do with a husband or kids, as she didn’t want to chase after the little sticky-handed things. She also did not she want to answer to a man who thought he owned her because of a ring. No, she wanted to live the fabulous life and be selfish—no babies and no marriage. That is until that day in August of 2013 when she met Jay Blackwell, and he put something different on her mind. Love … family … forever?
Readers who wish to experience this steamy work can purchase “Carnal Chloe” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
About Page Publishing
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