The second edition of Anything is now live. It is up for only .99!!! Enjoy!
On sale for just .99 this fall! Evenings getting a little chilly? Put some heat back between the sheets with this erotic story!
Blake Mitchells knows that pain and pleasure can sometimes go together like breath and a heartbeat, but this is a secret of which Kira Anderson is completely innocent. Nevertheless, when she falls into economic quicksand, the fear of losing her only child in a custody battle makes Kira willing to take risks she never would have considered before. Desperate to save the beautiful, young mother, Blake offers her a nice house and free attorney services, but there is a catch–he must have his needs satisfied, too!
Will he be able to show Kira that pain and pleasure can go hand in hand? And will Kira have the courage to do…Anything?
This is a short story of approximately 7,600 words.
When Melissa and her husband, Greg, find themselves stuck in the middle of nowhere with a broken down car and no money, they have very few options except to work out a deal with the hot and sexy, black repair men. The two men put their tools to work, giving Melissa a vacation she will never forget!
Here is the next installment in the interracial/cuckold series that Lane has going. Description: Sheila has been drooling after her sexy black neighbor since he moved next door. When she manages to get herself invited over, intending to just fix his bedroom curtain so she has an occasional glimpse inside, she gets much more than she expected.
And when her husband, John comes home from work, the last thing he expects is to discover his big, muscular neighbor fucking his wife. But even more un
expected is how much it turns him on!
You can find this short story on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, All Romance Ebooks, and Bookstrand!
I started this blog primarily because of All Romance ebooks. Yep. You are reading this thanks to this incredible ebook publisher. I have several internet friends who also write erotica, and they all recommend ARe. But, ARe does require a website address. I had actually planned on doing a blog, when I got around to it, of course, but my desire to join ARe’s team finally pushed me over the edge.