Separated, With Benefits comes out this Friday (July 22), and I am very excited for everyone to read this one. For those who want a taste of what is to come, though, I’m teasing you with an excerpt: read it now!
It’s also available to pre-order on Amazon.com.
Finally, unrelated to the upcoming book (but long overdue), I’ve finally published my last three books in paperback. My own copies arrived earlier this week, and I have to say, it’s nice to hold them in my hands.
Here are the links, if you’d like to order a paperback version (I know some of you were holding out). I’m listing links to both Amazon and CreateSpace (I get more royalties from CreateSpace!).
If you haven’t seen this video by Armen Antranikian, then you owe it to yourself. If you’ve already watched it, then I recommend watching it again. It captures so much of what I write and what you enjoy: voyeurism, that tenseness that comes with watching your loved one flirt, and all the heavy emotions that swirl when things go too far. If I could kickstart more of these movies, I would. If I could pick someone to turn one of my books into a movie, this guy would be the one.
Word of warning, while this video isn’t hardcore, I’d recommend against watching it at work. Besides, it’s good enough that you should find some quiet time to immerse yourself in it.
This one’s been a long time coming (if you’ve followed this blog or social media). Training to Love It is finally getting published. It’ll be out on September 30, only on Amazon.
Can a wife-watching fantasy be trained?
When Erin comes home from the gym and let’s slip that her new personal trainer is a man, Tom doesn’t know how to react. When he overhears Erin admitting that she’s attracted to AJ, her trainer, he becomes even more confused. He wants to be supportive, but he feels jealous. He wants to be understanding, but he doesn’t even understand his own feelings. Every time he thinks of Erin with AJ, his heart begins to race. Every time she says his name, his breath catches in his chest.
AJ ends up pushing more than just his wife’s physical limits. As Tom watches this newer, stronger, more assertive woman emerge with each training session, he realizes that this other man is pushing the limits of their marriage and their happy life. How far would they go for a fantasy? And whose fantasy is it? And what happens when things go too far?
It all started with this simple question from Kirsten McCurran:
Which do you prefer? Cheating wife or shared wife stories? Why?
— Kirsten McCurran (@KirstenMcCurran) May 12, 2015
It led to a pretty lengthy Twitter discussion around the possibility of a female-led hotwife story, and whether a story like that was possible. Could something truly be a “hotwife” (or naughty wife, if you prefer), which is typically a male-led fetish, while also having the wife being the driving force behind the fantasy?
I didn’t want it to be lost to the twisted tubes of the internet, so I stuck it all in a Storify story. Read it if you’re curious, then come back here and tell me what you think.
Stephen Warren’s college girlfriend, Brigitte, was every guy’s dream come true—a busty blonde with a kinky streak. They didn’t last, and Stephen eventually settled down with a great woman, but even seventeen years later, Brigitte still visits his dreams.
Chrissy Warren is curious about the woman who shaped her husband during his most formative years. As they relive that fateful summer of young lust, they unlock fantasies that neither knew they had—Stephen’s voyeurism, Chrissy’s craving for sexual adventure, and most stunning of all, Stephen’s buried desire to share his wife.
When they get invited to a destination wedding in the Virgin Islands, knowing that Brigitte would be there with her playboy husband, will this couple be able to resist the dream of playing with another?
Dreaming of Another comes out on March 24, but it’s available for pre-order already. If you want this on the day of release, then click away. As an indie author, the pre-orders are also a great boost, helping me compete with the big boys. Description after the break.
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I can’t believe that we’re already in August. Part of me is still in the mindset that 2014 has only just begun, and yet we’re already over halfway through the year. I’ve been pretty quiet of late in the blogosphere, but I promise you that I’m being productive behind the scenes. Those who’ve been following along know I’ve got a novel in the works called Training to Love It. Well, that project has spawned a whole bunch of others, including a sequel to Something Forbidden that will set things up for Training. It had begun as a short, unfolded into a novella, and now I’m thinking it may be a book of its own. Leave a comment here if you’d be interested in that sort of thing.
In the lack of anything substantive to say beyond the above, I’ll give you a few recommended reads for this month, from my favorite authors. (more…)
At last, a new book from me! Well, kind of. It’s a collection of short stories (all but one of them completely new to you). Between books, ideas often strike me that don’t have enough to become full-length novel material, but need to get written anyway. I’ve collected the shorts I’ve created over the past year and bundled them into Wife Sharing Shorts, Vol. 1. And as a bonus, Max Sebastian has contributed a new and exclusive story to this collection: “The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing.” Don’t miss it!
I’ve released the first of these shorts for free on this site (“The Ballet”), so check it out and see if this is something you’re interested.
Blurb after the break: (more…)
It’s been a busy few weeks for me. Not only did I put out a new book of my own (Cool With Her), but I’ve designed a slew of new covers and, more exciting, published a second book under the KW Publishing imprint: book one of Max Sebastian’s epic wife-watching tale, Madeleine Wakes.
This one’s good, guys. Max gets it. He gets what the wife-watching subgenre’s all about (at least the side of it that I enjoy). He understands that no matter what happens, the heart of the fantasy is the relationship between husband and wife.
The Madeleine trilogy is a slow burn, for sure, but anyone who is a fan of my books will fall in love with this saga. The first in the series explores the inception of the fantasy and it’s voyeuristic roots (“watching” is in the name for a reason). The next two, Madeleine Plays and Madeleine Strays take the fantasy to it’s natural–yet still surprising–conclusion. Oh, and it’s not split into three parts without reason. Each part is longer than most erotica out there; combined, it’s a sweeping tale.
Seriously, I’m not sure why you’re still reading this blog post. Go and buy it. You can even borrow it for free if you’re an Amazon Prime member (you are, right?).
Book description after the break.