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About a Book – The Nymphetamine Girls by Vanessa Morris

Introducing Vanessa Morris

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Where did the idea for the story come from?

This story began as an inkling of an idea after seeing so many young girls vying for the wrong kind of attention on Social Media. Salacious, sensual content, far too adult for women of their age.

Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes. 

When you and I first started this relationship, I asked you if this is what you wanted. You asked me the same thing. We both said yes. We both agreed. That’s explicit consent. Verbal consent. Did Natalia ask if you were okay with today?”

“No, but she’s never asked me.”

“See? And that’s not okay. Lisette, that’s not okay. Silence is not consent, it’s implied compliance.”

What genre is it?

Dark Romance / Coming of Age / Erotica

How many pages is it?

247 and it’s free to read in Kindle Unlimited.

Why do you think the readers will want to read it?

It’s timely, scary, topical, sensual, social, and a very strong message on mental health.

Where are you located? 

Texas


Description

Lisette and Natalia are perfect. What all the other girls want to be. Beautiful and famous as their alter egos online, they revel in the joy of sexual exploration, and exhibitionism online. The view, the likes, the followers. It’s addictive. Almost as addictive as the forbidden fruit of their new teacher, John May.

With a dark past of his own, he sees Lisette for exactly what she is. Both tempting, and troubled. Will he surprise her, or will it be the other way around?

Dealing with divorce and death at a young age, Lisette only has Natalia. And with her mother slowly drinking her way to the grave, Natalia only has Lisette.

But when John shows Lisette how toxic their relationship truly is, will she believe him? Will he change her life if she chooses John over Natalia, or will he destroy it?

Once the dust settles only one of the two girls will make it out alive. The other will have their life irrevocably changed forever.


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