marsha rice

Marsha Rice is a freelance writer living in upstate New York. Her erotic/fantasy short stories are loosely based on real life experiences by her and/or some of her closest friends.

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I am so sorry. I try hard to be positive or at least constructive in my reviews, and I should probably keep my opinion to myself, but I am disappointed in what I've read so far. First chapter is an amazing story, loved it. The second is a great start, but goes absolutely nowhere, and doesn't end. The poem I will not comment on because poetry is absolutely not my thing, and I understand it is very subjective to the reader.

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Broken Soul

As a story, it is extremely well written. The storyline flows smoothly with great sentence structure and grammar. The content is intense, drawing out emotions that you don't expect to experience. There is so much truth in Ellie's story that might seem unbelievable to anyone who has been lucky enough to have never suffered from any mental unbalances. Support isn't always there when you reach out for it. Relating to Ellie makes me want to cry and reach out and hug her.

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Joyce #1374

Definitely an interesting story. I would have liked to have read a little more about her mindset prior to the killings, also more detail on her inner feelings while she was in jail on death row. Now that I've said that, I am reminded that she's only fourteen. What exactly would go through the mind of a fourteen-year-old, convicted of killing two people? Oh, yeah, I forgot, grape jelly! All in all, a great story. Look forward to more from this author.

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A Kitten in Delightful Trouble

I am becoming a huge fan of this author. His stories, including this one, are so descriptive, it's like watching them unfold in a movie. If I was to offer a criticism, it would be to have it move just a little faster past the splinters themselves and get to the interaction between Erin and Peter sooner and focus totally on that. BUT, I certainly don't mean that as a negative, just a personal choice. As for the title, I love the double meaning of "Kitten in Trouble". (Kitten being slang for vagina in many areas)

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I'll show you mine...

In a word, engrossing. The visualization that the author created, made me think I was watching a movie. He makes you feel like you know these two people, as they discover each other. A definite feel good story with a happy ending, how unusual. I will admit that the recapping of the story within conversations was a little distracting once or twice, however, I understand why it was there. I so look forward to other stories by this author, and hope they are as entertaining as "I'll show you mine..."

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Hidden Pleasures

Nice set up. I was sorry that I had to stop reading, I'm anxious to see where it goes from here... I waited to comment again until the story was complete. I was not disappointed. Yet another great plot line from this author. I love the characters, including the minor ones. They add a lot to the story, which flows very smoothly. My only criticism would be the need for a proof read and spell check before posting. That in itself, however does not diminish from the story, which I enjoyed very much and look forward to his next one.

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The adventures take a kinky turn

Couldn’t wait to see how the relationships would connect within the group.

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