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Choose Your Pleasure: The Dragon's Gift, a Lesbian Tale

Choose Your Pleasure: The Dragon's Gift, a Lesbian Tale



Author : AngoraShade

Publisher : Radish


This book is a Choose Your Pleasure based on the original work, The Dragon’s Gift (FREE on Radish!), by Angora Shade. In this unique title, you become the main character, the story design yours to create. In addition to the original story thread, there are multiple new pathways to choose from, five different love interests, and a dozen possible endings. Will you find a happily ever after, a content existence, or a situation that completely surprises you? The choice is yours. "You," the college student, have been in love with Maxine as long as you can remember, but Maxine is straight, isn't she? Despite feeling you have little chance, you sit through Maxine’s latest theatre performance about a dragon to show your never ending support as her best friend. Besides, Maxine’s promise of a surprise for you following the show has piqued your interest. But what happens at the show? Do you bump into an old flame, meet a busty beauty, connect with a curly haired stranger, lose your sanity, or curl up next to the love of your life? In the dark, under the stage, inside a restroom or a bar, the allure and desire for a happy ending is within reach... Choose wisely. This book is divided into choices and DOES NOT READ CHRONOLOGICALLY by episode. Please follow directions to unlock subsequent episodes related to your choices. Due to the nature of this book, episodes vary in length from 2-17 minutes of reading time. For this reason, the first 10 episodes are perma-free for your enjoyment. This book is intended for an adult audience. "Choose Your Pleasure: The Dragon's Gift, a Lesbian Tale," copyright 2017 by Angora Shade and edited in part by Paige Prince, is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, & incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, organizations, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental & beyond the intent of the author.