The Devil’s Own, the third volume in the Demonsong series, is now available on Amazon (http://www.amzn.com/B00WA1LX5I).
When the succubus Kat returns from her self-imposed exile with a former seminarian (and lover) in tow, she fully expects that there will be some difficult adjustments. How could joining a household that already contains an incubus and a half-demon possibly be otherwise?
An already challenging situation is soon aggravated by the machinations of a pair of angels with their own mysterious agenda. It quickly becomes apparent that there is more afoot than a simple skirmish between the forces of good and evil.
Bedtime Reading for Libertines, a new collection of short stories, is available on Amazon. This collection explores the quirky side of erotica with stories that feature:
* the recipient of anonymous liaison in a hotel utility closet
* an orgasm salesperson plying her trade in suburbia
* a woman who goes to unusual lengths for fresh meat
* a busy professional woman who wants to outsource her sex life
* the story of a lifeguard’s first time
The draft of the third volume of the Demonsong series is now done! It came as a bit of a surprise to see that all the scenes had a status of draft rather than outline. Now for the endless cycle of edits. It’s a tedious process but rewarding at the same time — filling in the blanks, tightening up the prose. Depending on how everything goes, I’m hoping for a launch in the spring of 2015.
Check out the Freebies and Excerpts link on the left. This is where I’ll be posting free erotica and excerpts of stories and books that I’m currently working on. As always, I appreciate your feedback, so if you like what you read (or don’t), please let me know. And be sure to share these links with anyone who might be interested.
The Succubus and the Seminarian is now available on Smashwords! You can check it out here. If you would like to review it, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’d be happy to provide you a complimentary copy.
The following article compares the sex lives of erotica authors with those of the “average joes”. It seems as though authors do take their research seriously. Interesting read.
I’m curious to know whether erotica readers are similarly more adventurous.
The latest installment of the Demonsong series, The Succubus and the Seminarian, is now available on Amazon (http://tinyurl.com/pgrxwh7).
Kat is a succubus in self-imposed exile and has returned to her old stomping grounds of Heidelberg to get her head together.
She should have known better than to expect an easy return to the ranks of the unhallowed. What she never expected was to be recognized by Daniel, a young American seminarian, who seems to know more about her than he should.
Faced with the risk of being exposed as an agent of the devil, Kat is confronted with two equally troubling options – destroy him or turn him to her will.
Little do either of them appreciate the unseen hands that have brought them together, or the monstrous plans that depend on their unholy union.