86-Year-Old's Steamy Book Puts 'Fifty Shades of Grey' To Shame

86-Year-Old's Steamy Book Puts 'Fifty Shades of Grey' To Shame

When Fifty Shades of Grey hits the big screen, one grey haired old lady is going to be one of the first in line. That’s because she just wrote a romance novel so steamy it makes Fifty Shades read like a cookbook.

Georgia Gorringe told INSIDE EDITION, “I've done something I shouldn't have done.”

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That's exactly what the 86-year-old did. The great-great grandmother from Salt Lake City, Utah wrote a page turner called No Good-bye, under her pen name Georgia Marie.

Here's a passage from the book: "Ben crawled into bed. Instantly their arms found each other. Their lips and nude bodies blended into one." Of course, we can't say the rest on TV.

Georgia was once a gorgeous young bathing beauty from the Midwest and like many writers, she used her real life experiences for material.

At first, her daughter Bobbie was shocked at learning about mom's racy imagination, but then she jumped on board.
Bobbie said, “The first reaction was, 'Mother!' I told her that sex and food sells, so mother, read Fifty Shades of Grey.”

So, what are Georgia’s plans for a sequel? Would you believe a children's book?

She said, “And that would really be a switch from the bad to the good.”

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