#1 Consensual Promiscuity
Fletcher Brown’s debut novel, Consensual Promiscuity, reached #1 on Amazon in his relevant categories last week. The tale is a riveting and wild ride with the Bonnie and Clyde of sexual exhibitionism. Keri and David, college sweethearts who together embark on a journey of personal discovery through their shared belief that they would define the terms of their relationship rather than the church, society, family, or friends. They play ‘The Game’ in which they go out to a nightclub together but split up once inside and act like they're single. From there the exploits grow more complicated and devious as friends are seduced, an intern is taken advantage of, an evil boss's career is ruined, an arrogant boyfriend's girl is ravaged while he's only steps away in the shower! The wild escapades end as Keri and David assume fake identities and attend a seminar for couples with infidelity issues to once again hammer home their point that we all should define the terms of our own relationships!
One anonymous reader summed it up: “My wife kept telling me about this ebook she was reading about a couple who are swingers but not in the traditional sense. I didn't understand what she was talking about, but now I do! You should hear us chatting over breakfast about who we should seduce and how we would go about helping each other in the process! Thanks, Fletcher Brown...I think :-)”
Brown’s book has climbed the charts steadily since its release and is bringing rave reviews and remaining in the top 5 on Amazon’s bestseller list for months. Fletcher's writing career started when he began writing erotic short stories for fun and sharing them with his friends! He would personalize them based on who he was sending them to! A few of those short stories led to initial meetings, and it was one of these friends that suggested that he seek publication! He is a Communications Specialist having operated in both the government and civilian sectors. Fletcher is from Baltimore Maryland but now makes his home in Seattle Washington.