Slut Detox

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Commercial Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

From the age of eight, I had had sex with men who didn’t ask my name, until I met Jerrod. Not only did he ask my name on our first trick but last night, seven years and two kids later, he asked me to marry him.
‘If I say yes, will you still call me slut?’ I asked but didn’t have a clue where that ludicrous question came from.
So, I stole his proposed wedding money and disappeared to the Canaries for a week in search of the answer to my question.

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February Sunshine in Gran Canaria


Sam finds herself back on the streets after seven years of sobriety and clean living, but not in grimy Manchester surrounded by pimps, hookers and used needles but in Puerto Rico surrounded by palm
trees and February sunshine. A dirty old man approaches and asks if she is alone, 'No! I'm not. I'm with myself.' Her legs begins locking in fear, not because of the man, she can handle him; but
because this new deep, inner, mature, voice is de-stabilising her whole being again. Why?
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