Feels like I haven't written a book in forever, even though I have. Tragic Coolness
was released not too long ago. But that was an adaptation (of an opera) and it also wasn't erotica.
My new erotic novella Pie Girls and the Very Lonely Man
feels... I don't know... bouncy and fresh? Which is weird, because it describes a lot of death and cheating and loss. Just in a fresh and bouncy way.
I also feel like I've gone back to my roots with this one. I just wrote it the way it came to me. I wasn't concerned about what anyone might think--of the characters, of their adultery, of a wife seducing a man she barely knows while her spouse is asleep in the next room.
I didn't care what anyone might think of me for writing this.
I was grieving very deeply when I wrote this book
, and I didn't care about anything except listening to what my brain was telling me to write and getting it all down before the sweet essence of the book could slip away.
And there is a special sweetness at the core of PIE GIRLS
. I can't call it a romance, since it involves so damn much adultery, but I will tell you that I find it romantic, especially when you consider that everyone ends up happy by the close of the book.
If you like my classic repertoire, I know you'll like PIE GIRLS
. This one takes me back to my early days of writing, when I had no awareness of "the market", when I was just writing what I wanted to write.
PIE GIRLS AND THE VERY LONELY MAN
is bisexual fiction. It's erotica. It's a depressed-people comedy with a satisfying HEA for two girls and a guy. Who should read it? Anyone looking for a bit of a pick-me-up. It's fun (in my opinion), and it's got heart.
Pie Girls and the Very Lonely Man
Adult Fiction by Giselle Renarde
When Butler meets a retro rockabilly pie shop owner, the last thing he expects is that she’ll try to seduce him. No, scratch that. The last thing he expects is for the pie girl’s wife to walk in on them! When the pie girls invite him to stay at their house, a visit to a lonely small town grows into the kind of adventure Butler wouldn’t have dreamed up in his wildest fantasies. Can a lonely man live in a dream?
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