★★★★★ “I LOVED Tutti Frutti! It was SO good. The sex was written tastefully & sexily, yet realistically. It also had a great story to it. I found myself wishing that it was a 2″ thick novel!
I recommend this story to anyone who reads erotica. It’s 50 shades better than some other popular smut books out there today…”
– Valerie, early-reviewer
★★★★★ ” Tony writes about sex in a way that assures the reader that he respects the act. The scenes are detailed and use some sensitive vocabulary, but never once will you feel as though the sex is shameful or dirty. “
– David K. Hulegaard, author of Noble, Noble: Bloodlines and Strangers.
★★★★★ “The sex scenes were descriptive without being trashy. I felt like there was a connection between the characters.”
– Tanya, early-reviewer
★★★★★ “Tutti Frutti plays like Last Tango in Paris or a Tinto Brass film. Explicit, yes, steamy, of course, but all existing inside a greater course of events that can only be described as human. Charming. Bittersweet.
To write Erotica that is explicit but not exploitive of either the characters or reader is to communicate something about the experiences we share as a species. Tutti Frutti achieves that and I highly recommend it.”
– Bernard Schaffer, best-selling author of Whitechapel, Superbia and The Guns of Seneca 6.
Tony Healey is the author of the bestselling Harper & Lane Series, consisting of Hope’s Peak, Storm’s Edge and Blue Ruin, published by Thomas and Mercer. He is also the author of westerns in the Ralph Compton Western Series, including The Devil’s Snare, Blood On The Prairie, and Die Trying. He has several works published independently, including the crime novel Not For Us.
Tony Healey lives and works in Brighton, on the Sussex coast. He is married, has four daughters and a chorkie called Freddy. Tony is represented by his agent, Sharon Pelletier of Dystel, Goderich & Bourrett LLC.
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Ralph Compton Westerns: Tony Healey | Penguin Random House
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