I went to the ghostwriting site and picked one sample text at random. Here it is:
She doesn’t mean for any of this to happen, at least not at the beginning. She was just lonely. Her new husband has just been so busy as of late that he barely has enough time spared to be with her. But then his father came, and he was just so nice and friendly that she can’t help falling for him instead. He’s just so handsome, muscular, and even more ripped, if only slightly older version of Aladdin. He looks so undeniable the moment he starts to change his garbs for nobleman attires. Their age difference is even not that far apart, if only by a few decades away. (The man must have been really young when he had Aladdin). She really doesn’t mean for it to go this far, until it does. And before she knows it, he’s inside her, in her thoughts and in her womb.
I have no idea what the "studio" charges, but I suspect that whatever it is, it's too much.
Just Kevin said:
I think the bottom line for the tagalong cover, is, no one understands it
If any genre is easy to cover, I would argue that erotica would be that genre. But if a book with a cover such as these above were to in fact contain programming tips for the AMandA voicemail system as used in urban environments (especially aquatic urban environments) I believe that the readers might be badly disappointed.