Prostitute stories, books, poems, and more

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From the eyes of a prostitute. Read More
A young prostitute fears Jack the Ripper Read More
A young woman's tragic tale of the human condition of a struggle to make ends meet. Read More

Tags: prostitute

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The Booksie Classic House

A Victorian harlot must make the difficult step to leave her baby in a house for unwanted children. Read More

Short Story / Mystery and Crime

October 07, 2017

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The Review Chain House

Cinder has always been down on her luck and has turned to prostitution to make it in life. Now that she is getting an opportunity at another life, will she let it pass? Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The mind is an extraordinary thing, even in it's winter years. Read More
The harlot, Annie Browne. Read More
A prostitute met a very strange client and after that day, darkness follows and entered her life. "The Beginning" is a prequel story of "Satan's Puppet" and "The Follow". Read More
Hookers are women of the night. They are independent (not always), make their own money, don’t pay tax, and don’t tell people what they do for a living. Julia became the most famous of them being such a "Pretty Woman". Read More
A story about a woman's decision on whether to give up her children or not. Read More
Rumor has it that in the mountains there lives the last King. I have added this as a short story, but I'm not sure if it might end up being a prologue for a larger story I have in mind. Read More
Just Read unexpected twist prositution 16teen yr old etc i have a cover but it wont upload Read More
Chocolate Sweetness, also known as Horace Beauregard, so named by his mother, black male adult, 37 years of age, heavy beard, acne, 6’1” tall, 200 pounds, former Staff Sergeant, USMC and USMC Heavy Weight Boxing Champion, lays face down in tall grass alongside the New River, in the Riverside Community… Read More
Welcome back to the Streets of Lechugaville and the heroic tales of the men and women of Lechugaville P.D. Introducing Peaches a La Mode, wounded and disabled USMC combat veteran and retiree, letting his inner woman out in the Streets of Lechugaville doing what he does best and enjoys most—pleasuring… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A girl locked in a room for a mysterious and heart breaking purpose. Read More
A scavenger is walking toward the garbage bin as he smells the rotten meat and is so curious to find out what is inside it. He takes a black plastic bag and to his surprise there are some parts of a human’s mutilated body; legs, arms and a male genital.… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Annie suspects her husband is hiding something from her. After following him to a hotel her suspicions become reality. Read More
taken from my book, "Into The Direction Of Where" Read More
taken from my book, "Pray For Solution" Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 07, 2014

taken from my book, "Pray For Solution" Read More
Jury Duty becomes surreal with a crazy defendant. Read More
Murdered prostitutes do not really gather a lot of attention. Their craft puts them in harm’s way on a nightly basis, however for some reason, the way it is happening really starts to bug Ron, the lead detective. The brutality points to so much more... Read More
Somethings just make me sick... and angry! Read More
A man attempts to uncover the truth about his father. Read More
A lonely man dramatically ends up with a prostitute not to quench his lust but to listen to her story of life. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Constantly being used as only eye-candy and reusable sex for her jobs is starting to wear down Charla Jennings. She's a single mother trying to provide the only financial support she has. And she's not even twenty-four. Charla's starting to live day in and day out, finding it hard to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 26, 2014

taken from my book, "This Never Happened Before" Read More
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