Just Watch Me is the loose, novel-length sequel to Rediscovering Danielle. Dean and Danielle are back in this tale of wife-watching and more. Watch this husband and wife push the boundaries of their marriage on a fateful trip to Hawaii.
Fans of Rediscovering and newcomers alike should find something to like as we watch Dean and Danielle. Reading the short story isn’t necessary, although you’ll get a little more out of the sequel if you have.
If all goes smoothly, Just Watch Me should hit Amazon and Barnes & Noble in the latter half of April. Check back here, Twitter, or Facebook for more news. Or, you could sign up to receive blog updates (see the right side).
Fellow male author, Chase Boehner, is doing an interview series with other male authors over on his blog, and I had the honor to be included. If you’re curious about my thoughts on erotica (and haven’t gotten enough of it on my own blog), how I got into this genre, and where my inspiration comes from, check it out.
My post on “erotica for men” is still one of the most visited pages on this site, a year and a half later. I think that it’s great that there’s a burgeoning interest in saucy tales told for men. It says something about how the genre is changing. Throw in the whole 50 Shades success story and we’ve got a brand new climate.
But as I’ve gained more experience in the world of commercial erotica, I’ve started to realize that the original question, posed so long ago by Ellora’s Cave, isn’t quite the right question. It’s not, “What is erotica for men?” Erotica for men, in large part, is the same as erotica for women: realistic characters in alluring situations that lead to explosive sexual encounters. Men and women’s tastes may vary, but I don’t think those tastes split along gender lines (more…)
Do you think that there’s no skill in strip poker? That it’s all luck–a silly way to loosen inhibitions and remove clothing? Then you’ve never witnessed strip poker played the right way. In All In, three couples try to outplay each other past their limits, their clothing, and the secrets of their pasts. If you love erotic gaming stories (e.g. strip poker, truth or dare), group play, or the love-hate dynamics between old friends, take a chance on All In: Strip Poker Done Right.
Play strip poker? Ben never thought he would. Not with his wife, Amy, and especially not with their asshole friend, Scott. Lawyers all three, they were more likely to strip their opponents of pride, not clothing.
Not that Ben wasn’t intrigued—especially in the company of two attractive couples with a history of flirtation. He’d love to see either woman naked; he just wasn’t sure how he felt about the guys ogling his wife. But when the wine begins to flow, inhibitions loosen, and clothes start coming off, he discovers a part of himself that’s turned on by the attention Amy commands.
Soon, the three couples are caught in the throes of high-stakes poker. Secrets come out, things get wild, and Ben discovers a side of his wife he never knew existed.