Now while it is true that I write erotica - so do a lot of other people. This particular book, Tickling Cousins, I consider one of my gentlest, sweetest, kindest and probably most innocuous little books of all. After all, 10% of all marriages in the world are between cousins. Only the U.S. bans marriage between cousins in the Western world according to Wikipedia and that only in 30 states (meaning in 20 states it's okay to marry your cousin). So if it is okay to marry your cousin, I assume it is okay to have sex with them.
And tickling? Really? Tickling is too offensive for Amazon - the company that allows the publication of rape fantasy, beastiality, and father/daughter incest finds tickling offensive?
I have contacted them several times, and they will only say the title, cover, and description are offensive according to their terms - and these are their terms here - vague much?.
So what the hell. Here, in it's entirety is the little short sex story that Amazon deems far too nasty, filthy, and offensive for their sensitive readers of father/daughter incest, bisexuality, and beastiality.
If you think you can stomach such filthy offensive matter!