Archive for December, 2012

An evening beyond all fantasy, a night beyond your wildest dreams… But then, in the morning, he’s gone and all he’s left is an empty space in the bed and a note about blackmail and murder… That’s when you know you’re in too deep.

Will Bentinck-Stanley is a man of many different aspects. He can be brash and arrogant, yet breathtakingly charming. He can be sensitive and solicitous, but at the same time manipulative. He can be witty and entertaining one minute, yet cold and distant the next. He could sweep you away with the most extravagantly romantic of gestures, and make love to you like you’ve never been made love to before.

Trudy Parsons has been wooed and wowed by him, but she really should have known that there were yet more aspects of this wealthy, attractive man to be revealed, that he had a dark side, only briefly hinted at as yet. The clues had been there from the start. But back then she’d been blind to it. Back then, she’d even thought she might be falling in love with him.

A passionate erotic romance, where scandals buried away in the past lead to murderous intrigue in the present, in the intensely steamy world of the super-wealthy and powerful, from the bestselling author of A Dangerous Passion and The Wings of Desire.

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The Object of His Desire 1: Wanted – erotic romance by PJ Adams reduced to 99c for limited period:
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When Trudy goes to her estranged brother’s wedding, deep in the rural English countryside, she looks forward to making up with him, catching up and closing the distance that has grown between them since he moved away from the US. The last thing she expects is one of those moments: a handsome stranger, their eyes meeting across a crowded room… a tempting, but all too dangerous stranger. Her brother is marrying into the wealthy aristocracy, but this man in his rumpled tuxedo and days-old stubble doesn’t seem to fit. Determined to find out more, Trudy discovers his identity, and that there are dark secrets that bind him to her brother; she also learns that he’s the kind of man who always gets what he wants, and what he wants right now is Trudy.

“Is there anything you don’t have?” I asked softly.

He shrugged, spread his hands wide. “We have everything,” he said, simply. “We’re a wealthy family.”

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All the erotica I want for Christmas

Doomsday 2012 Going Out With a GangBang by Melody Raynes
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The year is 2012. Doomsday prophecies claim the world is going to end this year. 23 year old Beth is still a virgin and if there is even a remote chance the prophecies are true she doesn’t want to die without having sex at least once. What starts out as a quest to lose her virginity turns into a night of hot sex with four studs at the local sports bar. Beth will never look at a pool table the same way again!

Weekend Submissive by Erika Masten
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Brisa can’t imagine desiring anyone more than sexy, 6’4”, muscular police lieutenant Wayne Fulton. Sweet, patient, helpful, protective Wayne. Huge, towering, solid, powerful Wayne. Discovering that he has a dominant side in bed seems impossible for Brisa to reconcile with the image of the gentle man she’s so drawn to. But it also kindles unfamiliar yearnings in her that she can’t resist asking him to fulfill, if only for a few days, in a dark and consuming sexual experiment as his submissive for a single weekend.

What Have We Done?! by Cheri Verset
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After a crazy spring break party, Josh wakes up naked and finds his stepsister Haley with his hand on his hard-on. They can’t remember anything but find a video of what really happened: a video of the two of them having sex! They soon realize they are extremely attracted to each other. But isn’t it wrong for a brother and sister to have these feelings for one another? 5,700 words

Beautiful Domination: The Collection by Jordan Bell
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Domination. Submission. A little bondage. A little pain. Sweet pleasure. Burning romances between strong, passionate women and fiery alpha men. That’s what you’ll find inside Beautiful Domination: The Collection. And maybe, if you’re very lucky, a very good spanking. Three novellas, each available individually, together for the first time in one collection. In a battle this hot and heavy, everyone wins.

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Bad Girls … All Together: a mega-bundle of stories from the Girls’ Club
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A collection of eight hot erotic stories from the bestselling author of Bad Again, Private Party and the Knee-tremblers series. The Girls’ Club: sizzling and very explicit stories of sexual exploration and adventure, based on true accounts. Some of the facts have been changed. But most of them haven’t.

All I want for Christmas: erotic romance

Knight Fall by Marina Maddix
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Struggling artist Kelly Saunders lives a dystopian life at a corporate job she hates. Her perverted boss thrills in torturing her simply because she finds him physically repulsive, her coworkers have shunned her because of her luscious curves and bodacious rack, and she can’t quit or she’ll lose her apartment. Will a chance — and extremely hot — encounter with a sexy biker at a gas station spell freedom or trouble?

Mumbai Heat 1: The Moment of Passion (an Indian erotic romance) by Rati Banerjee
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The opening story in the Mumbai Heat sequence, following a young English-Indian doctor’s romance with the wealthy heir to an Indian business empire. Two young lovers, caught between cultures and continents in an intensely steamy romance from the author of Kama Shastra.

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Damaged Goods (A Dangerous Passion, part one) by PJ Adams
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They said he was a rock star. They said he was an oil baron or an arms dealer. In truth nobody knew much about the enigmatic stranger who had moved into the Hall. When Holly Colcroft gets the call to go and help out she finds the Hall in chaos, and a man emotionally scarred by his past. Might Holly be the woman to save him, or is this a passion too dangerous? Explicit erotic romance from the author of The Object of His Desire.

All I want for Christmas: more paranormal/fantasy erotica and erotic romance

Erotic Paranormal Activity by Carl East
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Angela is a freelance investigative journalist, who is trying to ascertain whether ghosts truly exist or not. Until now, she’s been opened minded about the entire quest. However, she’s yet to find any positive proof. Then, she gets the chance to stay in a house that others won’t go near. What she finds is both eye opening and mind blowing.

Vampire Slayer Gangbang by Cat Wilder
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Buffy Beauchamp is hunting vampires. It’s what she does. She finds herself alone, locked inside an abandoned warehouse with multiple vampires. The beautiful vampire slayer is desperate to stake the vamps and get her sweet round butt out of there alive.

Soul Mates by Carl East
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When Arianna (an angel in training) has to go out into the world to earn her wings, by saving a soul, she has no idea what awaits her. Brandy is a succubus and she’s on the run. She disobeyed Satan’s orders. When they both find one another, the strangest alliance you can ever imagine forms and a friendship is born.

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Raising the Dead
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A collection of three explicit stories of paranormal erotic romance. ‘The Lady in White’: a wedding night interrupted by an encounter with the ghost of a murdered Victorian bride. ‘Letting Go’: she couldn’t let him go… ever. ‘Sleeping with the Past’: an overnight stay in Copford Hall leads to a steamy erotic encounter… can passion resonate from one century to another?

All I want for Christmas: Christmas erotica

XXX-Mas Party Vixen Bundle by Saffron Sands
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XXX-Mas Party Vixen Bundle is 3 sexy stories wrapped up for the smut lover on your Christmas list. The bundle features 3 previously published erotic stories: X-Mas Cums Early For Carol, Santa’s Favorite Elf and Christmas Party Menage.

Bred by Santa by Mercy Faulk
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Sarah has enjoyed a special relationship with Santa Claus since she was little. Now that she’s an adult, she wants more…and more and more and more. Not only does she want the surprisingly sexy Santa to bareback her on Christmas Eve, she wants him to impregnate her. But her deepest fantasies may change her life in ways she doesn’t expect.

Yes, Virginia, Santa Claus is Horny by Jenevieve DeBeers
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Virginia asks the simple question: Is Santa Claus horny? And lo and behold, there is Santa to answer her. What will Santa do with this sexy, naughty young woman? Just how naughty will they get under the Christmas Tree?

Anything for a Christmas Bonus by Angelina Spears
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Frances is looking forward to getting her much-needed Christmas bonus. But when the mysterious and dominating executive announces there won’t be any this year, she slips into his office and claims she’ll do anything for her bonus. Absolutely ANYTHING. 5,600 words

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How remiss of me! I don’t appear to have written any Christmas stories… But I have written lots of others 😉

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Polygraph (interviews with erotica authors): Marina Maddix

Posted 22 December 2012 By Polly J Adams

Why erotica?
I remember devouring Harlequin romances when I was a teen. I’ve always been a voracious reader, but I could rip through three of them in a day! In college I got all cerebral and too good for such fluff – at least on the outside – but on the inside, I still yearned for a good, steamy read. It took me far too many years to embrace my inner desires and fantasies, but now I’m really enjoying myself. Plus, a side benefit is a hotter sex life as my husband and I ‘research’ my stories!

How did you get into it?
Joe Konrath’s blog ‘A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing’ really lit a fire under me. I’d been reading it for about a year and a half, always telling my husband that I really should get into self-publishing. But then I’d always let it drop because I couldn’t figure out what to write. In July, Joe wrote about an erotic tale called ‘Fifty Shades of Alice’, an erotic retelling of Alice in Wonderland. That really got my juices flowing (not in THAT way…well, not ONLY in that way). Then in September, he featured a post by Summer Daniels of the uber-popular ‘What to Read After Fifty Shades of Grey’ Facebook page and it struck like a lightning bolt. I’ve always loved sensual stories; I could do that! I started researching and reading and then reading some more. I put out my first story (‘Climax Quest’) on Halloween and immediately moved on to another story, and then another (under a pen name).

What kinds of erotica do you write?
I found that I’m a romantic at heart. What I wanted to be a hot & dirty behind-the-gas-station sexcapade, turned into an erotic romance. So Marina will write erotic romances while my other pen name is for harder, kink-driven erotica.

Tell us about your experiences as an erotica author. What have the big challenges and successes been?
I’ve only been in it for a couple of months so I’m sure my biggest challenges and successes are still ahead of me. But I’d say figuring out the formatting and uploading process was the biggest hurdle for me in the beginning. I spent days agonizing over the best way to do it. In the end, I just did what most other people do: upload it from a Word document. It really wasn’t as difficult as I made it out to be.

As for successes, I was pleasantly surprised when my BBW erom ‘Knight Fall’ made it onto the Hot New Releases list, even if it was only for a very short time. That was only my second book, and to see so many people enjoying it was gratifying. But I’ll tell you, the emails I get from readers wanting more of Rick & Kelly’s story sends me over the moon. I love corresponding with my readers!

Do you write in other genres, too?
Yes, I’m a sports journalist by trade but so far I’ve only self-published erotica. That will change in 2013.

Do the people around you know what you write? How have they reacted, or how would they react?
No, only my husband and my sister know. My sister loves and accepts me with no judgment and my husband, well, he’s been reaping serious rewards since I started writing smut. 🙂 I’ve been tempted to tell some friends but I have a feeling that, while they would still love me, they would wonder why I’m ‘squandering my talent’ writing erotica. Like it’s not worthwhile. I don’t agree, so I just keep it to myself…for now.

Tell us about your most recent titles.
‘Knight Fall’ is my most recent story. It’s about a young artist stuck in a dead-end job she hates. She doesn’t fit in, no one likes her, and her boss is a total jerk. After a particularly bad day at work, she eyes a sexy biker at a gas station before he rides off. Let’s just say that he comes back and brightens up her day in a very profound way.

Do you have a favourite, or favourites, among your stories?
I love Kelly & Rick’s (‘Knight Fall’) story – mainly because it’s very (VERY) loosely based on an experience I had – but my first release, ‘Climax Quest’, will hold a special place in my heart. It’s pretty vanilla (no kink) and not a billionaire is in sight. But I love the evolution of the main character. My favorite scene was the first hot one – it still sets me sizzling!

How do you normally go about writing an erotic story? Is there much, ahem, research involved…?
I’m a pantster, so I typically just start writing and see where the story takes me. So far, reading other stories is about all the real research I’ve done. I don’t care for BDSM personally, so I don’t see myself branching out into that subgenre as I feel readers would sense my unease. I like a good story with lots of drama and character building, so I’ll stick with that for now. My other pen name will probably explore grittier kinks that I’ll have to research more. I’m sure my husband will be happy to help!

Do you have any favourite erotica authors?
Oh, there are so many! Christa Wick, Sara Fawkes, Michelle Fox, Selena Kitt, Veronica Wade, you. There really are too many to name. I do think one in particular doesn’t get the exposure she deserves. Giselle London is such a talented writer. She delves so deeply into her characters’ minds that you’re really there inside the story. Her books are beautifully written and sexy as hell. I really can’t get enough of her writing!

And finally, what can we expect to see from you soon?
I’m currently working on a novel length sequel to ‘Knight Fall’. I’m a project-oriented writer so I have to focus all my energy on one story until it’s finished before starting another. I plan to have it released in late February.

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They said he was a rock star. They said he was an Arab oil sheik, or a Russian arms dealer. Or maybe a footballer. They said he was all kinds of things but in truth nobody in the village knew much about the enigmatic stranger who had moved into the Hall.

Holly Colcroft lives in the village with her bankrupt father, making ends meet with a succession of casual cleaning and waitressing jobs, and dreaming that one day things will take a turn for the better. When Holly gets the call to go and help clean up after a party at the Hall she hopes that it might lead to longer-term work; she finds the place in chaos, and a man emotionally scarred by his past. Might Holly be the woman to save him, or is this a passion too dangerous?

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If three’s company, then what’s a crowd?

Three stories of multiple partners, threesomes and group sex from the bestselling author of Bad Again and The Billionaires’ Sex Club. These stories are very explicit, and for a mature audience only.

The Virgin and the Three Brothers

Jade Redfearn has led a sheltered life, but now must choose one of three brothers as her partner. Will it be athletic tennis coach Joe, shy genius Adam, or ultra-successful Luke? With the help of her wealthy father’s all-knowing PA Gwendolyn, Jade sets out on a quest to find out.

Lizzie and Cara… Make Three

When Cara tells her best friend that her husband Steve has always wanted a threesome, she should have known what would happen… Returning home from work, Steve joins them and they tease him about what they would do. It’s all a bit of fun, of course, not something they would really do – but that doesn’t stop them, and when talk becomes act Steve finds that his birthday has come a week early.

Flash Mob Gangbang

It all started with a simple message on Twitter, a spur of the moment thing. Kelly was bored, and so she sent that message: “I need to be fucked.” That was all it said. A simple tweet. What harm could possibly come from that? An explicit story of cybersex and an in-the-flesh gangbang.

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All I want for Christmas: erotic romance

Posted 20 December 2012 By Polly J Adams

Broken: A Need for Control by Mary Chi
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When Jake came to help independent Rebecca Warren get back on her feet, she found herself falling for the quiet but strong man. Can she break through his barriers and reach him? Can he teach her to be the woman he craves? A flawed pairing, wounded and worn, must learn to shed their masks to find what they both need – each other.

Wolf Eyes by Elizabeth Nyte
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Wildlife photographer Karalynn Whitmore travels to the tiny town of Salmon Run Alaska to photograph eagles, bears and wolves but a chance encounter with sexy wildlife biologist Zachary Anderson has her forgetting all about her assignment. Feeling like plain Jane next to Adonis, Kara tries to keep her distance, but when a string of grisly murders throws them together Zac shows her that beauty is in the eye of the beholder…and sometimes in the eye of the wolf.

Her Secret Pleasure (A BBW BDSM Erotic Romance) by Jordan Bell
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Sean Castle was Kara Mahoney’s first everything – her first kiss, her first love, and the first man to discover her obedient, sexual passions and dominate them. He was also her first heartbreak. When Kara and Sean are reunited, old passions become hard to resist. Sean struggles against reclaiming the girl he thought he’d given up six years before and Kara’s body threatens to betray her by surrendering to the man she hates as much as she loves.

Loss of Innocence (A Victorian Erotic Romance) by Bella Carter
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In a time of stringent moral codes, Lady Lydia Dosett has no choice but to marry Duke Anton Wallace. The Duke, a family friend and childhood crush, is not the man Lydia once knew. In order to avoid losing the luxurious lifestyle that she is accustomed to, Lydia must put aside her naive ideas of love and marriage and step into a world not spoken of in proper social circles.

Loss of Innocence 2-The Domination of Lydia by Bella Carter
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The wedding day is here, the vows will be taken, and Lady Lydia Dosett will be whisked away from her childhood home. The naive young Duchess must adapt to a new world, a world where she has little control. Will Lydia be able to break through the emotional barrier the Duke has built around his heart and his overbearing housekeeper, Ms. Blackmore, carefully guards? Or will Lydia be forced to remain in a cold and unfeeling marriage with little hope of ever knowing the tenderness of love?

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The Object of His Desire 1: Wanted
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When Trudy goes to her estranged brother’s wedding, the last thing she expects is one of those moments: a handsome stranger, their eyes meeting across a crowded room… a tempting, but dangerous stranger. Determined to find out more, she discovers that dark secrets bind him to her brother; she also learns that he’s the kind of man who gets what he wants, and what he wants right now is Trudy. 

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Pollygraph (interviews with erotica authors): Tanya Korval

Posted 19 December 2012 By Polly J Adams

Why erotica?

I’m hesitant to put a label on things, but I think what I write is somewhere in the middle of the spectrum between full-on erotica (all sex) and full-on romance (all romance, no sex).  I think I sit roughly in ‘erotic romance’, although My Secret Life is an exception to that: it’s more ‘erotica with a story and a bit of romance’.  I like erotic romance because I like characters and this means I get to write two of them and have them spark off each other, rather than write one central character and a lot of supporting roles.  So erotic romance over erotica because I like the relationship.  Why erotic romance over romance, then?  To me, erotic romance isn’t the same as a straight romance with some sex scenes thrown in.  If it’s erotic romance, it’s about an erotic relationship: the sex infuses everything they do, on some level, even if it’s subtle.  In fact, you could in theory have an erotic romance without any actual sex; it could still be intensely sexual.  I prefer that extra intensity.

How did you get into it?
Actually there’s a story to that.  I was living between London and New York for a while, so was in a sort of pseudo-long-distance relationship with my boyfriend of the time, who was in NY.  We started writing each other letters: proper, old-fashioned, fountain pen on paper letters.  After a while the letters turned into fantasies and I did a whole series of letters about ‘what if I became a part-time call girl in New York?’

Anyway, my boyfriend shared his apartment and, because he’s an idiot, he left one of the letters out on a table and the other guy read it.  The next time I went over there, this guy kept telling me I should write something for publication.  After much blushing and the letter doing the rounds of about five people, I relented and wrote My Secret Life.  I really enjoyed it – it was quite a surprise that people wanted to read this sort of thing (yeah, yeah, I’m British and therefore sheltered: I’m less sheltered now!) So I kept doing more and I now have seven books out.

What kinds of erotica do you write?

Contemporary erotic romance, although I’ve ventured into fantasy erotic romance with ‘The Elf Princess’s Lover’ and My Secret Life is really more towards erotica because the romance isn’t the main thread.  A common theme is forbidden love.  In The Elf Princess’s Lover it’s a high-born princess and a lowly hired sword.  In The Prince of Asteria it’s a commoner and a prince.  My next book is about a privileged young musician and her super-hot but penniless boyfriend.  I’m a sucker for love conquering all.

Tell us about your experiences as an erotica author. What have the big challenges and successes been?

My Secret Life was my first time publishing, so I had to learn the ropes of Kindle Direct Publishing pretty quickly.  I’ve got it down-pat now, though.  Covers took me a while, but I think I’m getting better at them: though I have a way to go to match yours, Polly.  But probably the biggest challenge has been marketing myself. I’ve never been one of those people who are good at shouting about themselves and I think a lot of writers are the same.  We just want to be left alone in our caves to write.  Unfortunately with 10,000 new books on Amazon every second (probably) that isn’t an option anymore (if it ever was).  So I’m definitely still feeling my way in marketing.

Do you write in other genres, too?

No, not at the moment.  I wouldn’t rule it out in the future.

Do the people around you know what you write? How have they reacted, or how would they react?

Some close friends know and they think it’s great. 

Tell us about your most recent titles.
The Palace of Asteria is the sequel to The Prince of Asteria which was a real success for me.  In the first book Lucy, a shy translator for the UN in New York, sneaks into an embassy party with her much more confident friend.  She spills red wine over herself, goes off to find a bathroom to clean up and finds herself in a bedroom with Jagor, who’s the crown prince of a small European country called Asteria.  Asteria is known for three things: it’s very wealthy, very secretive and they say that women have a completely different role in society over there: they’re actually collared and owned by men.  Lucy, being a bit of a languages geek, is one of the very few speakers of Asterian outside the country… and she’s in a bedroom with the heir to the throne, who’s as alpha as they come.  He seduces her, but they’re interrupted and she panics and runs.  The next day he hires her as his personal aide and persuades her to fly off to Monaco with him, where he starts to bring out her submissive side.  That’s the first book: it really seemed to connect with people.  I think the idea of a fantasy nation where you actually have female slaves and male masters appealed to a lot of people – we didn’t actually go to Asteria in the first book, but we got a feel for it through Jagor.

Now in the second book, we have a lot more of Lucy and Jagor’s relationship.  They’re sneaking around, stealing kisses (and more) behind unlocked doors whenever they can. It’s all very furtive and hot: if you’ve ever tried to keep a relationship a secret you’ll know what I mean. The looks across the table at someone; the ‘accidental’ brush of their arm… all that.  Then: disaster strikes.  I don’t want to spoil anything, but as the name suggests, we do go to Asteria in this book and Lucy has some tough decisions to wrestle with: is she ready to try life as a slave to the man she loves?

Do you have a favourite, or favourites, among your stories?
I still have a real soft spot for The Elf Princess’s Lover, actually.  It’s not my most successful, but I really enjoyed writing it and the people who like it really seemed to love it.  I’m a bit of a fantasy geek (Tolkein, a little World of Warcraft, D&D) so, seriously, elf princess meets roguish human swordsman who’ll thoroughly ravish her?  I was all over that one. 

How do you normally go about writing an erotic story? Is there much, ahem, research involved…?
I do quite a lot of planning.  I do a rough story arc and then plan out scenes.  For something like My Secret Life where there’s a lot of plot, I have a column for what’s happening in each thread in each scene so that I don’t forget anything (for example, clients, her job, the romance).  I don’t start writing until my plan’s clear: of course, I never stick exactly to the plan, but it gives me a starting point.
 
Do you have any favourite erotica authors?
Kristina Lloyd, Aimélie Aames.  Kristina writes fabulously textured, dark and edgy stuff.  Aimélie does very rich, romantic flowing prose: if you like werewolves or billionaires, you should check out her ‘Her Billionaire, Her Wolf’ series.

And finally, what can we expect to see from you soon?

I have something completely different coming out.  Not in the ‘alpha billionaire’ sub-genre; this is an erotic romance about young love.  Remember when you fell for the ‘wrong’ guy and you didn’t care that everyone said he was unsuitable; that your parents and your friends all disapproved, that his friends didn’t trust you, because the two of you were so in love?  This is that!  A very shy, sheltered cellist called Charlotte, from a privileged background, falls for a young, virtually penniless rapper called Saul.  She’s white.  He’s black. They’re in love. Everyone else will have to deal.

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Juggling

Posted 18 December 2012 By Polly J Adams

At least that’s what it feels like right now.

I have the third volume of The Object of his Desire almost ready to go, with one more volume to follow. But then I also have my Billionaires’ Sex Club series on the go: two published, with a third to follow.

This week I decided to take a break from The Object of his Desire with a short story, but wouldn’t you just know it? My good intentions of writing a standalone story turned into the opening story of a new serial, A Dangerous Passion.

So now I’m part-way through writing three series.

Not to mention the one I’ve written under another pen-name: I have the first draft of a series opener waiting for me, when I get the time.

Oh, and there’s the series I’m itching to write about an illegal immigrant and her wealthy employer…

Don’t get me wrong: I’m loving it!

But it really does feel like I’m juggling stories and characters at the moment.

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Daughters of the Night the complete story by Carl East
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Story one: A straight-laced Accountant meets his match when he goes to the Count’s home and discovers the hidden assets of the three vampire women who live there. Their clothes come off and their mouths go down as they swallow every deposit he makes into their willing mouths. What do a few bites matter, when he can pump their nubile bodies and balance the books, to his complete satisfaction.

Dominated by the Wolf by Ashlee Alexander
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A lonely succubus meets her match in a sexy wolf… Cursed by her succubus bloodline, Catherine craves physical contact and companionship, but her vampiric tendencies are harmful to those around her…if not deadly. Her life changes forever the night Gerard Lockhart, a sexy werewolf, steps into the diner where she works. Catherine is drawn to his magnetic energy, sensing that he is different from anyone she has ever met. Will he be strong enough to resist her supernatural powers?

Wolf Bonds by Arvel Amaya
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Gael Patricks is Wolf Blood – a human who is fated to bond with an Alpha wolf whether he wants to or not. When the shifter pack that has raised him is taken over by an abusive Alpha, Gael is forced to run in order to protect his pack but he never expected to run into the arms of another Alpha. Now he must decide whether to give in to the Alpha or fight the draw of the Wolf Blood.

Only You by Arvel Amaya
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Xavier has been in love with Tommy since the first time he met him. Discovering that Tommy was his mate should have been perfect, but Tommy is meant for so much more than being mated to a worthless tracker. Trying to do what’s best for his future mate, Xavier tries to break it off, but breaking it off is harder than he thinks when Tommy sets out to prove to his mate that they are meant to be together.

Black Heart by TW Gallier
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Sable Hart hunts vampires. Some would call it a calling. She calls it divine justice, and a pretty good living. All is going well until she gets caught by some Old World vampires, and the next thing she knows vampires, bikers, and the police are all after her. To make matters worse, everyone seems to have lost their sense of humor.

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The Touch
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When Ruth sees Saul stripped to the waist, fit and tanned, she knows what she wants, and she sets out to win him without any help from sisters Anna and Esme. But if she can’t use supernatural Charms and Enchantments, just what can she do to make him hers? A very adult tale of magic and passion from the author of Raising the Dead, containing scenes of an explicit sexual nature.

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