eBook Review: In Expert Hands by Lily Harlem

I read the spin-off story to this,In Safe Hands, a while back, as part of the Sexy Just Got Richanthology, so I very much looked forward to meeting the other Ward brother. I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. I enjoy Lily Harlem’s writing, though it was a rarity to read something she’d written in

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Moonlight by Rebecca Black

She walked through the moonlit house; the night was still except for the structure around her creaking and settling for the night. The warm air caressed her body and the floor boards were a cool balm to her bare feet. She had left him to sleep, the sheet rumpled around his waist, his arms pushed

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Book Extract: Sated by Lucy Felthouse

A human, a vampire and a werewolf walked into a bar. Sounds like the start of a bad joke. I can assure you it isn’t. And telling you that, actually, the human and the vampire walked into the bar together, and found the werewolf already there, probably doesn’t make it sound any better. Well tough,

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eBook Review: Cockpit by Kate Deveaux

I love me a good second chance story, and Cockpit is no exception. This tells the tale of high school sweethearts, Bobbi and Mack. Bobbi broke Mack’s heart years ago by leaving him to pursue her flying career, and never looked back. Now, forty years later, he’s on one of the commercial flights she’s piloting,

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eBook Review: Fire and Ice by A.M. Hartnett

Fire and Ice is a smokin’ hot erotic romance from A.M. Hartnett. When Julia begins teaching Russian hockey player Mick Volkov to speak French, she expects the hot-headed athlete to give up within a month. But it seems he’s as determined off the ice as he is on it. Not only does he stick with

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eBook Review: Chasing Shade by Sommer Marsden

Chasing Shade is a super-hot, super-romantic read from the never-disappointing Sommer Marsden. It tells the story of Betsey and Archie, two adorable characters with plenty of darkness and sadness in their respective pasts. They meet in regular circumstances, but things quickly turn irregular when Betsey manages to score Archie a home and a job in

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eBook Review: Playing with Fire by Kat Black

Having read Melting Ms Frost, I was eager to dive between the covers of its sequel,Playing with Fire. I really liked the characters, Aidan and Annabel, and wanted to find out where their intriguing story went next. I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. In fact, I found this sequel to be even better than

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eBook Review: Melting Ms Frost by Kat Black

Melting Ms Frost is an erotic romance novel mostly set in London, England. It tells the story of Annabel Frost, a restaurant manager whose manner certainly matches up to her surname. Her staff are terrified of her, and she keeps everyone at arm’s length. But when she takes some time off work for a family emergency,

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Erotica: The Train Journey

Lisa was in a bad mood. She’d got a job interview in Manchester and was facing a long train journey. OK, so she was grateful for the interview – working for a new women’s magazine – but she loathed train travel with a passion.

Erotica: Dis-moi… by Cheeky Minx

Tell me how you fantasised about me when you were fucking other men. Tell me how it excited you, how it affected your lovemaking. Where do I begin? Do I begin with the way you’re on my mind, in my body, the way you haunt my sexual cravings and fantasies? Do I begin with the

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Erotica: Bowled Over By Ben

I love stripping on stage. I have the audience in the palm of my hand and I’m playing with them, slowly teasing them with the power of suggestion: an item of clothing shed here, a flash of skin there, the hint of a curve revealed, a coquettish smile over a bare shoulder – and I

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A Challenge by Rebecca Black

As I walk through our front door, I don’t know what I want. I don’t know if I want to fuck you, control you, give myself over to you, ignore you, fight with you, or lock the bathroom door and get myself off. I throw my keys into the bowl on the side table in

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Pay Back Is Sweet – I.O.U part two by Rebecca Black

Hello! You can read this as a stand alone, but it’s part #2 of something I posted last week. Part one is here if you want to read it first. I walk down the hall towards his office, a small smile playing around my lips as I glance at the piece of paper in my hand.

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Erotica: Sluts for Each Other

I have never wanted to be anyone’s slut more than his. Only he has made my pussy pour with juices, enough for him to slide four fingers inside me and threaten me with the thumb, no lube required. Only he has managed to transfix my erotic imagination enough that I am willing to do anything

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I.O.U part one by Rebecca Black

He woke me this morning. Normally I sleep through him getting up for work, but this morning he needed me. So he woke me. I opened my blurry eyes to see him stood by the closed door, naked, his cock already becoming hard. He moved towards me, quickly climbing onto the bed and slipping under

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At The End Of The Day By Rebecca Black

The main floor is quiet now. The team have been sent to the pub with two hundred quid behind the bar to celebrate the successful completion of our latest project. I begin to undo my tie as I make my way back to Maddie’s office. There’s only one way I want to celebrate and it’s

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eBook Review: Sweet Agony by Charlotte Stein

It’s been a while since I read a Charlotte Stein book, so I was pleased when this popped up in NetGalley. I didn’t even bother to read the blurb – it’s Charlotte Stein, who needs a blurb? – so when I dove in and started reading I thought I was reading a paranormal. The setting

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eBook Review: La Brat by Ashe Barker

I very much enjoyed Ashe Barker’s previous novel in this imprint, Chameleon (though it’s worth noting all the books in this imprint are standalones), so I was eager to check out this one – set in my favourite city, no less. La Brat tells the story of Eugenie, a submissive who managed to piss off her

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eBook Review: Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

Silver Bastard is the first book in Joanna Wylde’s Silver Valley series, which is a spinoff of the Reapers series. It looks to me as though there will be crossover between characters and storylines from the various motorcycle clubs, but this book still reads perfectly well as a standalone – though I suspect if you enjoyed

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eBook Review: A Way Home by Keira Andrews

I’m a huge fan of the previous two books in this series, so I was eager to get my hands on this third (and sadly final) instalment, A Way Home. It’s difficult to review series books without mentioning things which may be spoilers for the previous books – so if you haven’t read the other

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In A Hurry by Rebecca Black

“I just want to fuck you.” His hands had already gone to tug at his tie while he switched his weight from foot to foot to kick his shoes off. “I want to watch my cock sink into you, then I want to fuck you hard.” She was struggling to breath. The thrill of excitement

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Stray Kat by Exhibit A #4

If you’re new to this Wednesday post by Exhibit A see my introduction here. He’s in a dominant mood today and there’s some punishment about to be doled out. Enjoy. Stray Kat “Take them off.” Kathryn let my cock slip out of her mouth and propped herself up on the pillow. “Why don’t you take

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White Gloves by Exhibit A – #3

Here’s another impressive piece of flash fiction (delicious femdom action this time) from Exhibit A who I introduced here. His blog is a mixture of erotica and sex blogging (I reckon he’ll fit right in here!) Personally, I find his erotica extremely hot. It can be filthy, raw and edgy – or tender and sexy – that’s

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Book Extract: Native Tongue by Lucy Felthouse

Captain Hugh Wilkes drummed enthusiastically on the steering wheel of his car as he drove it up the M3 towards London. He sung loudly and tunelessly along to the song on the radio, too, but it didn’t matter. No one could hear him. He’d surprised himself by being so chilled out about the volume of

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