Saturday, August 31, 2013

The Women Who Love to Love Gay Romance

For years, I've been wondering if anyone else had this idea: a book about straight women falling for gay men. Happens all the time, and gay romance is hugely popular right now... so why wasn't some editor putting out a call for gay romance stories where a woman is somehow incorporated into the action?

Well, finally it happened.  I may not be straight (or a reader of gay romance, for that matter), but you can't fight fate.  When Ryan Field announced that he was editing The Women Who Love to Love Gay Romance, I just knew I had to submit something.

My story in this collection is called Baby Got Bach, and I hope Owen Pallett never ever reads this blog post because I'd be really embarrassed if he knew my character Jamieson Lynch was loosely based on him.  I hardly ever get crushes on guys anymore, but when I do they're pretty much always gay guys. This story was either going to be me perving over Rufus Wainwright, or me perving over Owen Pallett.

Rufus fans, you'll get yours one of these days.  I've got half-baked plans.

Now... maybe you've never heard of Owen Pallett.  Or maybe you've heard of him as (formerly) Final Fantasy.  Or maybe you know him well and agree that he's a musical genius.

Anyway, I read Ryan's call for subs right around the time Owen Pallett's violin concerto was premiered with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.  I was there, kids.  Oh yes I was.  And so was he, though not performing his own work.  He DJ'ed the afterparty.  I saw him.  He was RIGHT THERE, close enough to touch, but do you think I had the balls to walk up to the guy and say, "Great concerto, dude"?  Or something equally innocuous?  Or idiotic?  Or just... anything?

Nope.  Couldn't do it.  We were in the same room and I couldn't force myself to say hello.

So instead, I wrote this story.

It's pervilicious.

Here's the book blurb:

If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to be a straight woman thrust into the intimate, emotional relationship of two gay men, this book might answer a few of your secret questions. It’s a collection of very different fictional stories that mesh together and create fantasies that in some cases could actually happen in real life.

When one gay man falls in love with his best girlfriend and her boyfriend, it becomes a heart-wrenching trilogy with three new adult stories by Bella Stanberry that cross social boundaries for which the characters will eventually pay a price. In Anna Black’s Fallen Angel, the straight female character finds out what it’s like to explore her most discreet fantasy. And in Baby Got Bach by Giselle Renarde the straight female character is invited to cross a line that leaves her terrified.

A Touch of Therapy by Morgan Honeyman delves into new age lessons about how to heal as the main character observes two gay men from a comfortable distance. Li Blaine’s Changing Curses is a more lyrical dream world which takes a mystical approach when the main character figures out a way to rid herself of a curse. The Facilitator by Tilly Hunter shows how a woman can find herself involved with her best gay friend and his boyfriend, with handcuffs and her grandmother’s wooden spoon. And in the sweet, tender tale of Lustful Wishes by R. Noir, the main character is a confused young man who has had both women and men in his life and he’s trying to figure out how to do the right thing.

All these stories combined with The Courage to Jump by Oleander Plume, where an m/m erotic romance author gets a chance to meet and explore her gay characters in real life, create a world of dreams that challenge one of the least mentioned topics today: The Women Who Love to Love Gay Romance.

Available from Amazon:

Thursday, August 29, 2013

FREE READ: The Public Life of Private Paulsen #transgender #historical #romance

This darling little love story originally appeared in my out-of-print anthology "My Mistress' Thighs" (which received an honourable mention in the 2011 Rainbow Awards--not that I'm bragging or anything) and was also available as an ebook from a now-defunct publisher.

But I've revived it, just for you!

And why?  Because every time I see a tweet about Chelsea Manning and transgender issues relating to the military, I think about this story. "The Public Life of Private Paulsen" is a post-war historical about a pair of soldiers who always shared a special connection.

Where can you get this free ebook?

I've uploaded it as a FREE READ at my new Coffee Time Romance webstore:

If you don't know me or my work, maybe I should add, as a disclaimer: this story contains explicit sex.  If you do know me and my work, maybe you'll be surprised by the amount of sweetness in this little short. It's so tender.  Oh, I just love it.

The headlines read: Private Paulsen went abroad and came back a broad.

World War Two changed the lives of all GIs who went into battle, but in the case of Private Paulsen, post-war transformations prove wildly more dramatic. 

After undergoing one of the world’s first sex change operations in Europe, the Private returns home with a splash…a brand new identity. Pearl Paulsen is instantly the most intriguing and yet reviled celebrity in the country, but her fame provides little comfort when she misses the man she loves. 

When Pearl meets up once again with George, the soldier she fought beside at Normandy, will the sparks they'd suppressed during the war return?  Now that Pearl has the body she’s always wanted, can love bloom between the two?   

Get it now. Tell your friends.  Here's the link:


Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Call for Submissions~Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer's

Here's another book many of you might be interested in writing for. A family friend recently died after a kicking-and-screaming (literally) battle against his Alzheimer's, so the topic's been on my mind a great deal lately.

Here's the call:

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer's and Other Forms of Dementia

101 Stories of Caregiving, Coping, and Compassion

We are pleased to announce that Chicken Soup for the Soul is working with the Alzheimer's Association to make a very special and important book. Caring for someone with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia on an on-going basis can be extremely difficult and stressful. If you are caring for someone or you are a patient in the early stages of the disease and are comfortable writing about your personal challenges, we invite you to share your stories. Your story as a caregiver, a loved one or a patient will provide practical advice, encouragement, insight, and support to our readers and will inspire and comfort others going through similar experiences and let them know that they are not alone.

Here are some suggested topics, but we know you can think of many more:

• Recognizing the first symptoms of the disease
• Meeting the challenges of everyday life
• Dealing with the physical changes
• Dealing with the rollercoaster ride of emotions
• Reactions from the outside world
• Reacting to personality changes
• Asking others for help
• Coping with the stress
• The lighter side — and there will be some funny moments!

Please remember, we no longer publish "as told to" stories. Please write in the first person about yourself or someone close to you. If you ghostwrite a story for someone else we will list that person's name as the author. If a story was previously published, we will probably not use it unless it ran in a small circulation venue. Let us know where the story was previously published in the "Comments" section of the submission form. If the story was published in a past Chicken Soup for the Soul book, please do not submit it.

If your story is chosen, you will be a published author and your 50-word bio will be printed in the book if you so choose. You will also receive a check for $200 and 10 free copies of your book, worth more than $100. You will retain the copyright for your story and you will retain the right to resell it.

Proceeds from this book will support the work of the Alzheimer's Association. They are the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. The contributors whose stories are obtained through the Alzheimer's Association will be waiving their $200 fees and will have us give the $200 to the Association instead. If you are one of our past contributors, and you would like to do the same, please let us know and we will take care of it. You will still receive your ten free copies of the book and all your other contributor's perks. We will also be paying a large royalty to the Alzheimer's Association for each book sold.

If you are affiliated with a chapter of the Alzheimer's Association please let us know. Make note of that information in the "Comments" section of the submission form.

SUBMISSIONS GO TO OUR WEBSITE. Select the Submit Your Story link on the left tool bar and follow the directions.

The deadline for story and poem submissions is October 15, 2013.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Well, Blow Me Down!

I never expected this to happen.  Never in a million years.

Last week, when I clicked the Amazon link to my trans lesbian romance "Friday Night Lipstick," I got quite a shock.  It was charting: #77 in Lesbian Romance.


I'm the first to acknowledge that my transgender romance stories are niche products.  I write them because they deserve to be written.  I write them because they reflect my relationship with my girlfriend, who is trans.  I write them because she told me long ago that she found erotica involving transgender characters very frustrating--fetishistic in a way she found toxic and insulting.  I wanted to write fiction with trans characters and include erotic content she could relate to.

Essentially, I write trans fiction for trans people.  The market isn't huge.  I know that.  And that's why I was so blown away to see this little book in the top 100 lesbian romances on Amazon.

The other reason I was so shocked to see Friday Night Lipstick charting is that my leading ladies are both over fifty.  I didn't think a romance involving women in the 50+ age group would have much appeal, but I couldn't make them younger.  My characters tell me their stories.  You can't make this stuff up.  And when they tell you how old they are, you can't say, "No you're not."

I'm blown away and elated that my little trans book has been so successful... and it's all thanks to you!

Much love to everyone who has purchased a copy of Friday Night Lipstick.

If you'd like to read the first chapter, it's available to read for free right now at D. Renee Bagby Presents First Chapters:

Get it charting again at Amazon, right here:

Friday, August 23, 2013

One Day Only: Promo Opportunity for Authors of GBLT Fiction

Passing this along from Dawn at LR Cafe:

**Permission to forward granted**

Join us Friday Aug. 23rd here at the LR Cafe Yahoo Group as we celebrate all things GBLT. Lots of wonderful authors, yummy books and more show up on this special day so get those reading lists never know, you might find a new author or three to enjoy. *grins*

A few things before you post tomorrow-please make sure you read these first!!!!

1) You MUST be a member of the LR Cafe in order to participate. You can join at and remember, this is a HIGH VOLUME group so please go on special notices or digest if you don't want a ton of posts in your email.

2) You can begin to start posting anytime after 1am est (USA) which means in the UK anytime after 5am their time. 

3) Only GBLT promos are allowed this day. 

4) No limit on promo posts 

5) Promotion companies/people are allowed to post for their gblt clients

6) If posting an excerpt, please make sure to follow our excerpt posting rules which are this:

*In subject line, a heat rating for the excerpt itself & the genre of the book. Example would be PG13 Excerpt/Title by Author/Paranormal M/M
*In the email/post body make sure you have a link for readers to go get more information on the book. No link might mean you lose a reader. It can be your blog/website, publishers coming soon page, etc.

7) Work in progress posts are welcome as long as you tell us it is a wip.

8) I host a few contests on this day and you are more than welcome to either shoot me an email to donate a prize (not required btw) or put a contest post up yourself. 

If any questions, please email me at dawn_roberto@yahoo(dot)com with 'GBLT Promo Day'in subject. This is so I am not thinking you are a spam post.

Owner/Moderator-LR Cafe Yahoo Group

Thursday, August 22, 2013

New Anthology! Baby Got Back: Anal Erotica

Every time I type the title of Rachel Kramer Bussel's new anal sex anthology, I end up writing "Bach" instead of "Back."  That's because I recently wrote a music-nerd story for a Ryan Field anthology and called it "Baby Got Bach."

But that's not what Rachel's anthology is called.  It's called "Baby Got Back."  Not Bach.  Back. Just got my contributor's copies in the mail yesterday and they're lovely, just like all Cleis books.

For years, my girlfriend's been telling me I should write a romance story about a trans woman falling in love with a trans guy, so I finally did, and it's in this book.  "Everybody Knows" follows a girl who made a mistake and a guy who's been hurt before.  It's a reluctant love story, the kind where you really root for these crazy kids.  Just stop being so proud!  Stop being so scared!  LOVE EACH OTHER!

And obviously my story's not the only one.  There are 22 others in this book.

Here's the blurb:

Baby Got Back is a stimulating set of page-turning stories of anal fun. Rachel Kramer Bussel has edited some of the bestselling erotica books in the business and this is her first book devoted to all manner of backdoor pleasures. These daring and, dare we say, cheeky sex stories have a lot of variety. plenty of excitement and offer much erotic inspiration.

Whether you love anal sex or have never tried it, Baby Got Back, edited by award-winning author and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel, offers a peek at what happens when men and women check their inhibitions at the door. You'll find bend over boyfriends, butt plugs, "A Taste of Jamaica" and "Body Heat." In "Rectified," when Lela gets bored with every sex position out there, Brad arrives to teach her about one she learns is everything she'd hoped for and more. In "Delivery," Lynn takes a break from a Vegas bachelorette party so Wesley can show her a very good time. Whether exploring a new side of backdoor pleasure or affirming their passion for this sometimes taboo activity, the characters in this book savor every moment.

Baby Got Back is published by Cleis Press:

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Call for Submissions~Chicken Soup for the Soul: Home Sweet Home

I'm trying to convince my baby sister to write a story for this one.  As I've mentioned to @CJLemire, this is the kid who packs by saying, "Oops, I'm supposed to move today" and throwing all her personal belongings in the back of her 1990-something station wagon.  She has some of the most hilarious moving stories I've ever heard.  Well, not just "heard"... I participated in a few of them.  My part usually involved carrying mattresses.  (I'm little, but I'm strong)

Anyhoo, here's the call...

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Home Sweet Home
101 Stories about Hearth, Happiness, and Hard Work

Whether you rent or own, home is where your heart is. It is your safe place in the world. Your home can be a mansion, a cottage, an apartment, a condo, or a mobile home... it doesn't matter. It is yours! It is where you live, where you relax, where you sit around the table with your family and friends, sharing a meal and your stories.

We are looking for true stories about you and your home: getting your first home, returning to your childhood home, do-it-yourself repair disasters and successes, moving up or downsizing, moving day or any heartwarming or funny stories associated with home.

Here are some suggested topics, but we know you can think of more:

• Looking for the perfect house or apartment
• Buying your first home
• Renting your first apartment
• Moving day — both in and out
• Decorating disasters and successes
• Remodeling and repairing
• Cooking and sharing a meal around the table
• Gardening and planting in the yard
• Moving up or downsizing
• Going back home

Important: If you already submitted your story to us for this title a few years ago please do not submit the same story again. We have it in our database and it will be considered for this book title. If you have an additional story for us to consider we'd love to read it. Stories should be true and no longer than 1,200 words.

Please remember, we do not like "as told to" stories. Please write in the first person about yourself or someone close to you. If you ghostwrite a story for someone else we will list that person's name as the author. If a story was previously published, we will probably not use it unless it ran in a small circulation venue. Let us know where the story was previously published in the "Comments" section of the submission form.

If your story is chosen, you will be a published author and your bio will be printed in the book if you so choose. You will also receive a check for $200 and 10 free copies of your book, worth more than $100. You will retain the copyright for your story and you will retain the right to resell it.

SUBMISSIONS GO TO OUR WEBSITE. Select the Submit Your Story link on the left tool bar and follow the directions.

The deadline for story and poem submissions is November 30, 2013.

Monday, August 19, 2013

"Aim low. Aim so low that no one will even care if you succeed." -Marge Simpson

If you follow Alison Tyler on Twitter, you'll have noticed she's got a campaign going to sell 50,000 copies of her ebook "Banging Rebecca."

Well, I'm not half that confident, but I am somewhat inspired. That's why I'm starting my own campaign to sell 50 copies of my ebook "Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend." 

Remember, this book has been BANNED BY AMAZON, so you won't find it there.  You will, however, find it on sale until Friday of this week at All Romance eBooks for the low, low price of only $0.99:

50 copies. That sounds achievable, right?  Achievable, in an "aim so low that no one will even care if you succeed" sort of way.

Got a buck? Buy some smut:

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Into the Woods (and out of the woods, and home before all hell breaks loose)

Do you love Sondheim?  I do.  Into the Woods is the bestest musical ever.

Is this just random blathering?  Has Giselle lost her mind?

Yes and no. 

In case you were wondering where I've been (do you miss me when I'm gone?), I spent last week in the woods.  No electricity, no cell reception, no internet, no showers.  I was totally and utterly unavailable.  It was goooood.  Well, aside from the fact that it was fucking FREEZING in Northern(ish) Ontario and my poor little tent got soaked two nights in a row.  None of that stuff's really a big deal.  I can take it.  I love the woods.

So, when I got back from the woods I discovered that Amazon's been a bastard again.  After banning two of my last three releases (Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend and Adam and Sheree's Family Vacation), they were reluctant to allow the re-release of my beautiful trans lesbian romance Friday Night Lipstick. Because it used to be available. From a publisher that went out of business. 

If I knew how to do stuff, I'd create a gif of Nelson Muntz saying "Stop Plagiarizing Yourself" and put it right here.

But everything finally seems to be under control, and Friday Night Lipstick is now available from Amazon:

It's a lovely little story. Makes me cry every time I read it. You should buy a copy. It's good.

In other musical-related news, also while I was in the woods, an anthology called HIS: Manlove Edition came out.  I'm mentioning it in this post because my story involves a former theatre student hooking up with his high school dance teacher.

The Evernight anthology is all about gay alpha guys and older/younger pairings and BDSM... I'll put up a more thorough post about the antho later in the week, but I see that it's selling well at evil Amazon, so you probably know all about it already:

See?  Sondheim and camping and a new release blocked by Amazon and another release selling like crazy on Amazon and a musical theatre student/teacher relationship.  We've come full circle... into the woods and out of the woods and home before...

Sunday, August 11, 2013

While I'm Away...

I'm heading into the woods for a week, so don't worry too much if you don't see me on Twitter or here at the blog. 

When I get back, I want to find my inbox full of review requests for Wedding Heat: Catering to the Masses.  

If you missed my initial post, you can read it here: but, long story short, I would love to send you a free copy of my gay transgender erotic romance novelette Wedding Heat: Catering to the Masses in exchange for your honest review of the work on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

Only, you'll have to wait a week because I'll be without electricity or internet in the woods.

To be a reviewer, send an email to gisellerenarde AT yahoo DOT com with "Review Copy: Catering to the Masses" in the subject line.  Please let me know whether you'd like your review copy in PDF, EPUB or MOBI format.

If you'd like more info about the ebook and why I want you to review if, check out the original post:

See you next week!

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Bet I Can Make You Cry (Friday Night Lipstick is Back!)

Remember a trans lesbian novelette I wrote called Friday Night Lipstick?  



Friday Night Lipstick went off the market in June (previously published by loveyoudivine Alterotica), but it's back now.  If you didn't read it the first time around, here's your chance.  And, trust me: don't pass this one up.  A lesbian erotic romance about transgender women in the 50+ age bracket is pretty darn rare.  

I don't write a lot of achingly sweet HEA romance, but this story makes me cry every time I read it.  Honestly: I have NEVER made it through the final chapter without shedding a few tears.  I root like hell for these characters.  They deserve all the happiness in the world.


When Layla and Bernice first met, they'd never heard the word "transgender." Back then, they thought of themselves as cross-dressers and frequented gay clubs together.

Twenty years later, Layla is a glamorous and successful real estate agent living as a woman full-time. Repressed Bernice is still married to a woman who won't let go of the husband Bernice used to be. She spends her lonely nights dreaming of a life with lovely Layla.

While Bernice is trapped in a hopeless relationship, Layla seems perfectly content hopping from bed to bed. On Friday night, when their facades break down, will these long-time friends finally admit their love for one another?

And even if they do, how will married Bernice and swinging single Layla build a future together?

WARNINGS: This transgender love story contains explicit erotic language and graphic sex.

Word Count: 14,000


There was nothing to say.

There was only the kiss.

For the first time in their twenty-year friendship, Bernice pressed her lips against Layla’s. Layla went one step further, parting Bernice’s teeth. Beyond its sheer strength, that tongue was warm and wet and soft as velvet.

Layla’s kisses matched the vivacity of her character, but there was a delicacy to every moment that Bernice hadn’t anticipated. Really, she never thought this day would come. She’d hoped to kiss Layla, dreamed of it, and now it was happening. Her unnamed wants all sprung to the surface, though she’d cast them aside in her hopeless hours. In the passion and tenderness of this kiss, Bernice saw her future. And it was beautiful.

As they stumbled to Rosanna’s sofa, Bernice peeled the straps from Layla’s shoulders, letting her skimpy dress fall to her waist. Without waiting, without asking permission, Bernice latched on to Layla’s beckoning breasts.

Layla gasped when Bernice pressing both tits together. She’d spent so many lonely nights dreaming of this in bed, dreaming of the woman she loved. She loved. She switched nipples and Layla writhed against her face, moaning, “Yes Bebe, yes doll.”

Bernice pressed her face to those beautiful breasts. Oh, they were so much softer than she’d imagined. She couldn’t control herself, running her tongue from nipple to nipple, licking, sucking, biting, making Layla squeal.

Hiking up her skirt, Layla hooked her thumbs around her black gaff. Bernice’s breath caught in her lungs. She backed off, giving the woman room to wriggle out of those tight-fitting undergarments. Her heart hammered as they slid down Layla’s thighs.

“What’s wrong, doll?” Layla’s copper dress hung over her crotch as she kicked off her underwear. Bernice looked into her eyes and found them full of concern. “If it’s too fast, or if you don’t want to…”

“No.” At her age, Bernice felt embarrassed admitting to her inexperience. “I’m nervous, if you can believe it. I’ve just… I’ve never done this before.”

With a loving chuckle, Layla leaned forward to plant a kiss on Bernice’s cheek. “You sound like a teenager.”

“I know.” Bernice smirked. “I guess that makes you a cradle-robber.”

Layla rolled her eyes.


“Hardly.” Laughing, she said, “You’re older than I am.”

“Don’t remind me.” Bernice gazed into the valley of Layla’s thighs, and the darkness beyond. God, why was she so afraid? Maybe because Layla had been with so many men, women, people, who probably had university degrees in cocksucking. What did Bernice know about giving a blow job?

But Layla hadn’t loved those other people. And she loved Bernice. That was the difference.

There was nothing to be afraid of.

Editorial Reviews

Bending the Bookshelf - Sally:
There is a very real emotional connection there that adds significance to the physical coupling [...] I will refrain from saying anything further, for fear of spoiling the magic, but you know with Giselle that there is a happily ever after in the offering. The way in which she wraps up all the threads of the story is quite beautiful, and if you don't shed a tear or two of happiness before the end, it's likely only because you're exhausted from sharing in their pleasure.

Buy now from the publisher:


Buy now from other retailers:

Barnes and Noble:

All Romance:


Rainbow Ebooks:


Coming soon to Amazon, Kobo, etc. (hopefully--Amazon has banned my last two books.) 

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

New #Lesbian #BDSM Audiobook: Saturday on a Tuesday

Office workers after hours. Coffee-coated boobs. Belts and bondage and spankings, oh my!

"Saturday on a Tuesday" has got everything you're looking for in a lesbian sex-at-work BDSM story.  Originally published in the "Smut in the City" anthology edited by Lucy Felthouse and Victoria Blisse, it's now available as a standalone audiobook!

Junior lawyer Liddy's ex-girlfriend called her a Saturday Night Lesbian--a woman who acts straight during the week and only gives in to temptation at the weekend. When Gemma, a partner at the firm, finds the young woman in the lunchroom after hours, she uses her hand, her belt, and a tray of ice cubes to help Liddy prove she can get crazy any night of the week. 

Read a Sample:

“I hope you wore pleasing panties today,” Gemma said, pushing her voice into a lower register, making it boom and reverberate throughout the kitchen. “I don’t want to be disappointed by a ratty pair of undies when I lift this skirt.”

“You won’t be disappointed, ma’am.” Liddy wiggled her bum, beckoning Gemma’s advance. “I think you’re really going to like my pretty panties.”

Gemma lifted that grey woollen skirt, and what she found underneath pleased her immensely. Liddy’s panties were pink. Hot pink, and mesh with a rhumba ruffle on the derriere.

“Do you?” Liddy begged. “Do you like my panties, ma’am?”

“Very much so.”

“I like them too, ma’am. They feel wonderful against my skin.” She turned enough that Gemma could see the splashes of creamy coffee against her pale flesh. When she arched up, droplets fell from her hard nipples and splashed against the table. “Did you want to feel my panties against your palm, ma’am?”

Gemma’s heart palpitated, but her hand remained steady. She accepted Liddy’s invitation, smacking the girl’s ass. Those hot pink rhumba ruffles fluttered as the blow landed, and Liddy yelped. She slid across the table when Gemma spanked her again, knocking the coffee mug to the floor. When it shattered, she cried, “I’m sorry! I’ll clean it!”

“Not just yet,” Gemma insisted, tearing down Liddy’s pretty panties.

Find the audiobook at Amazon:

Saturday, August 3, 2013

#MySexySaturday Banned By Amazon!

I called it.

Remember yesterday when I announced the re-release of my lesbian MILF smut, Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend?  And remember how I said it wasn't live at Amazon yet, but I'd give you the link if they didn't ban my book?  I guess I knew, in my heart, how this would go...

They banned my book.

Le sigh.

I have to shake my head, because Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend was a hot seller at Amazon when it was first on the market (the publisher went out of business, hence the re-release) and that was only .
a couple months ago.

Anyway, after that extended preamble, welcome to My Sexy Saturday--a weekly blog hop where authors share 7 words or sentences or paragraphs from their hot reads!

So, what do 7 paragraphs from a book banned by Amazon (about a mom stripping her son's girlfriend while she's asleep in his bed) sound like?

Like this:

I couldn’t expose her mound completely, but I did manage to shift the fabric enough to find skin. Kali’s pussy was so soft.  I couldn’t get over it.  My fingers parted her smooth lips, and the flesh inside was so hot and so wet it seemed to suck me inside.  She moaned as I slipped one finger into her juicy cunt.  My heart jumped.  I was sure she’d open her eyes, see me there, and scream her pretty little head off.

But she didn’t open her eyes, and she didn’t scream.  Her voice was muffled by the pillow, but I distinctly heard her mumble, “Suck my tits, baby.”

Did she think I was Darin?  The idea made my stomach flop, but I was too driven to stop.  She moaned as I ripped off her top, then rolled her onto her back.  Her hair spread across her face like a curtain.  It covered her eyes, and the fact that she couldn’t see me made me feel bold.  I lunged at her chest, bringing her sweet nipple between my lips.  It felt hard as a pebble.  I held it gently with my teeth, and teased it with my tongue.

I’d never done anything like this before, but that didn’t damage my confidence.  Once I started sucking Kali’s tits, I felt like I’d been doing it my whole life.  Her breasts felt warm and wonderful against my face, like two matching cushions.  I couldn’t decide which one I liked better.

My middle finger moved in Kali’s cunt while I suckled her tits.  I’d imagined her pussy just right—it was sopping wet and tight as anything.  Her keen muscles clamped on a second finger.  Her flesh fluttered as I fucked her.  She writhed on the bed, forcing her tits against my face.  Her skin tasted like scotch and salt.  I was addicted from the very first lick.

“Do my pussy,” Kali mumbled into her arm.  “Suck my clit.  I want to come.”

Did she know it was me?

If you want a copy of Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend... well, you can't get it from Amazon.

But you can get it from all these places:

The Publisher:

eXcessica EDEN:

The Retailers:

Barnes & Noble:



All Romance:

Rainbow Ebooks:


Friday, August 2, 2013

The MILF is back: Stripping My Son's Sleeping Girlfriend

Happy Friday to All!

Cover by Dawne Dominique
In case you haven't heard, my smut-tastic story about a mom "seducing" (if you can call it that) the girl who's asleep in her son's bed is back in print! Well, not PRINT print.  Back in e-print, I should say. 

I was so disappointed when this title's original publisher went out of business, because it was a best-seller at many retailers at that time.  In its first month, it outsold all other titles at its original publishing house, which is unheard of because most of their releases were M/M.  For F/F to outsell M/M in this market... well, you know that's not usually how it goes.

In this new edition, I've also added a BONUS lesbian threesome story you might like.  It's about a lesbian couple hiring a hooker to spice up their sex life.  Actually, the heroines in both "Stripping my Son's Sleeping Girlfriend" and bonus feature "And Kimi Makes Three" are all Cougars with a taste for pussy:

Darin's mom can't stand her son’s sexy new girlfriend. Kali parades around the house in see-through blouses and skimpy skirts, showing off her thong with every bend. That raunchy girl turns her stomach... until the morning she finds Kali passed out alone in Darin's bed. Asleep, Kali doesn't seem so bad. In fact, Mama can't resist getting a closer look! Will her son's sleeping girlfriend wake up to a screaming orgasm, or screaming bloody murder?

An erotic lesbian MILF story.

Plus a BONUS lesbian threesome short! Miranda and Jody spice up their sex life by bringing home a hot young Asian escort. Why don’t more lesbian couples hire hookers for a night of nude oral?

WARNINGS: This erotic short story contains explicit lesbian sex between a hungry cougar and her son’s sleeping girlfriend.

Word Count: 8,000

Kali was a lazy, good-for-nothing slut.

Maybe every mother thinks her son's girlfriends are trouble, but Kali seemed to go out of her way to prove me right. She wore sheer tops I could see her bra right through, and skimpy little skirts. Every time she bent over, she gave me a good look at her ass crack and her skanky thong.

I hoped my boy would get bored with her. I hoped she would just go away.

But no.

More and more, Kali was spending nights at our house. Darin's room was all the way at the other end of the hall, and still I could hear them fucking at two in the morning. I had to wear earplugs just so I wouldn't have to hear that little bitch crying out, "Yes, baby! Fuck my ass! Give it to me, hard!"

Everything about her turned my stomach.

And then, one Saturday night, the pair of them came stumbling home at three in the morning, crashing around downstairs, getting on my last nerve. I tore a strip off Darin because he was supposed to work his restaurant job the next morning. How the hell did he expect to function when he'd been out drinking all night?

I don't remember half of what I said, but Darin gave as good as he got. Kali was smart enough to keep her mouth shut. She was probably trying not to puke.

In the morning, I had to drag Darin out of bed. From the looks of it, they'd been so drunk they'd collapsed, side by side, on top of the covers. They were both fully dressed.

After I'd pushed Darin out the door, I went about my Sunday morning chores, trying to make enough noise to drive Kali out of my goddamn house. I even vacuumed right outside Darin's bedroom, but Kali just buried her head in the pillow.

When she rolled over, something else happened, too--her short skirt flipped, revealing the gentle swell of her beautiful, bare butt.

My breath caught in my throat because, my god, her ass was perfect. I shouldn't have been staring. She was my son's girlfriend, after all… but, hell, it was my house! And yes the girl drove me crazy, but I couldn't take my eyes off her naked lower half. Well, she still had her strappy stilettoes on her feet, but aside from that, she was largely nude. Was she even wearing underwear?

I crept closer to the bed to get a look. Between her legs, I could just see the silky gusset of a little red thong. It amazed me how un-hairy she was. She must have had one of those bikini waxes… what were they called? Bermuda? Barbados? No, wait--Brazilian…

We never did that sort of thing, when I was her age. We didn't even trim our bushes, back then.

I wondered, what did it feel like?

The Publisher:

eXcessica EDEN:

The Retailers:

Barnes & Noble:



All Romance:

Rainbow Ebooks:


Amazon's not on this list, but hopefully it will be soon... unless they decide to ban this book too.  They're not exactly in love with my work, these days.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

New Vendor for #Taboo #Erotica

Remember when Adam and Sheree's Family Vacation first hit the market and I told you it had been banned by Amazon? And All Romance... and BookStrand... and the list goes on...?

Yeah, it ain't easy to find retailers willing to carry hardcore taboo erotica.  Put a brother and a sister together at their grandmother's cottage, make the writing dirty as fuck, and suddenly nobody wants to know you!  I'm calling it Flowers in the Attic for the next generation. I've never actually read Flowers in the Attic but... I've heard things...

Anyway, the point I'm trying to make is that Adam and Sheree's Family Vacation has found itself a new retailer: 

Here's the direct link:

The sequel, Adam and Sheree's Family Business, is comin' atcha in September (oooh, it's getting close!), but for now you can pick up Family Vacation from, or from:

Barnes and Noble:


eXcessica Eden:


Rainbow eBooks: