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"Melissa Marks was a typical University student with debts, a hectic scholastic schedule and a near empty social life other than her roommate who always ate all her food.Waking up in her bed, disorientated, sore and confused, unable to shake the haunting memory of being attacked the night before. she questions if it was nothing more than a bad dream. However she soon finds herself noticing a mysterious red haired woman appearing throughout her day. A woman with an unreal proposition.The truth of her situation soon becomes very apparent learning within her is an alien lifeform who needs her protection and after considering the proposal from her strange new friend she finds her world is turned inside out. Flung head first in to a world where sexual pleasure has become a biological imperative for both of them she must learn to understand her new unnatural and erotic abilities in ways she could never have believed were possible.Starting a journey which changes her life unrecognisably, she must go on a quest to discover what her new body can really do, search out others who have received her unnatural gift and learn to understand and coexist with her strange and kindly alien symbiote. Meeting new friends and lovers along the way Melissa slowly starts to realise that this wonderful and terrifying gift has its consequence and benefits as she grows to understand she is now more than the sum of her whole."This Second Edition of Sum of their Whole has now been updated and revisied. Thoroughly proof read and rewritten to ensure a quality read, this Second Edition now includes part one of the mini story "Flips Dossiers", a character guide to the people in the Symbiotica world featuring Phillipa Connors and everyones favourite manic little star ship, Koli.If you have previously bought and downloaded this book, simply update your copy.Enjoy!

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001036615921
    • ISBN:  9781370179336
    • Faixa Etária:  a partir de 18 anos

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