Ten Sexy Short Stories in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support Cliterati First Editions in alliance with The XX Corporation proudly presents...

In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support,
Cliterati First Editions in alliance with The XX Corporation proudly presents…

Make donating to charity a real pleasure, and remind yourself why self love is the greatest love of all. Yes, it’s time to buy yourself, a partner, a friend, friend with benefits and/ or some other lucky lover a copy of www.Cliterati.co.uk‘s erotic e-anthology Ultimate Pleasure, which was released by The XX Corporation just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Following in the footsteps of Ultimate Burlesque and Ultimate Decadence (Xcite) which so far have raised well over £10,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support, comes an erotic e-anthology where one hundred percent of the profits raised will be donated directly to charity.

All authors donated their stories, and Cliterati and The XX Corporation also gave their time for free to create the book. With all profits being sent straight to Macmillan Cancer Support, it’s a fantastic way to contribute to a great cause and bag some of the best sex writing around at the same time. 

Comprising ten erotic tales from writers as celebrated and diverse as Lucy Felthouse, Remittance Girl and KL Gillespie, with a foreword by the infamous Dr Brooke Magnanti (AKA Belle De Jour) and a conclusion from Dr Malcolm VandenBurg on the realities of sex and serous illness, including cancer, Ultimate Pleasure has erotic intimacy covered from start to finish – and at all points in between.

If the stories inspire you to start expanding your sexual realities as well as fantasies, Ultimate Pleasure also offers one lucky reader the opportunity to win an exquisite leather collar from multi award-winning master craftsmen to international royalty, Masters Desire.

Compatible with iBooks, Kindle and other popular e-readers, purchase of Ultimate Pleasure comes with a free PDF copy, with every penny of the £3.50 cover price going straight to Macmillan Cancer Support.

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