LGBT Book: Sappho International: Songs Of Silk I

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I have a treat for all of you who are interested in reading novels that pertain to the LGBT community. I’ve been introduced to a new novel titled Sappho International: Songs of Silk I and its absolutely FAB. The story takes place in a Lesbian night club where women who are looking for female escorts join a secret society and partake in sexual dalliances with the female employees at Sapphic International. Silk is the main character in the novel and most of the book revolves around her and her experiences with the lesbian escort service. Check out the synopsis below and hit the links for more information. This book is great !

Synopsis

SAPPHO INTERNATIONAL is a worldwide lesbian entertainment & escort company that caters to the women-who-love-women-only secret society, the Sapphic Trust. The Sapphic Trust was originated by Sappho in 600 BC. And due to its secretive nature, the Sapphic Trust has contracted Sappho International to arrange parties and pleasure for the jet-setting femmes and studs of the organization in exchange for riches, glitz and glamour.

SAPPHO INTERNATIONAL is a modern, urban account of the newly-inducted androgynous stud, Max Silk, and her escapades within Sappho International. Silk begins her journey as a manager of one of Sappho International’s lesbian nightclubs and rapidly rises through the ranks of the company. But as Silk travels through to the upper echelons of the Sapphic Trust, she finds that even in a perfect society- things are not always as they seem. She begins to unveil a layer of corruption, greed, and violence that threatens to destroy the very fabric of the organization from the inside out. Silk ultimately embarks on a journey of truth that brings clarity to her own past and defines her actual purpose within the organization’s grander scheme of things.

SAPPHO INTERNATIONAL invites you to take a peak behind the veil & explore the full beauty and power of the woman.

www.sapphointernational.webstarters.com

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Aryka Randall is a media mogul in the making from San Diego, California. After relocating to Louisiana in 2004, Randall became active in her local LGBTQ community. Randall was recently featured on Go Magazines annual ‘100 Women We Love‘ issue along with Tagg Magazine, the Dinah Shore Blog, and a number of other LGBT publications for her work in the LGBT community

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