Ten stories of temptation, romance, and blasphemy featuring Sonni de Soto, Piper Denna, Torrance Sené, Charlotte French, Bronwyn Green, Leandra Vane, Mira Stanley, Jordan Monroe, H K Carlton, and Jillian Boyd.
Not even men of the cloth are exempt from God’s greatest gift: Love. In Sacred and Profane: Priest Erotic Romance, you’ll find stories of clergymen stepping outside their vows, pastors weaving divinity into their seductions, nuns and parishioners confessing to their body’s every earthly desire, and more.
Are you aroused by the blasphemous dance of sex and religion? The dangerous edge of eroticism contained within submission to something beyond oneself? The taboo juxtaposition of holy and sensual? Then Sacred and Profane welcomes you.
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I started writing erotica about two years ago. I had been sampling some of the erotica available for free on the internet, and decided that I could write better than the majority of the stuff that was out there. This led to my first published e-novel, ""The Guardians of Heklos,"" a gargantuan book well over 100,000 words long. Since then, I have published, in stand-alone or anthology form, over forty erotic stories. It gives me great pleasure to share my passion for erotica with a wider audience.
What inspires you to write in your genre?
I write in two main genres: Urban Fantasy and Taboo. One of these is tolerated by the mainstream. The other, obviously is not. I believe that stories can teach us something about ourselves. In my stories, no matter how hot the sex is, it comes down to a core of love and respect between our protagonists. I cannot write erotica if I do not believe the characters truly care for one another. Which is why taboo can be so incredibly satisfying. When done correctly, seeing two people go against every social norm in order to prove their love to each other can be a beautiful thing.
What makes you different?
I take great pride in my world-building. If a reader can't believe in the world the characters inhabit, how can they believe what follows after? So my stories take the time to build my characters and where they live. I have set several stories in Des Moines, Iowa, because I think the idea of a coven of witches living in Iowa is hilarious. Also, I am one of the few authors that I know of that goes in for urban fantasy as anything more than an excuse to throw sexy werewolves into their stories. I think shifters are boring. Give me horny witches, a sexy nature spirit or a hot succubus any day! Also, I take a great deal of pride in my editing. Mistakes in spelling and grammar can pull the reader right out of our imaginary world. It is my job, as an author, to make sure that doesn't happen.
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Losing her job, her lover, and her apartment right before the holidays leaves Evie Winters down and out. With her family across the country and her best friend already tired of her couch surfing, she jumps at the chance to work at a local Christmas tree farm for December. Even if it means she has to dress as a sexy elf and the farm's owner won't drop his Santa Claus persona for five seconds.
When Mr. Claus offers to help Evie if she'll slip onto his special naughty list and take a ride on his magic lap, she figures a little holiday role-playing romp will be the fun she needs. But she's not wishing for Santa's attention--she'd much rather be swept away by someone who can whisk her out of her situation for the long haul. Someone like Derek Nichols, the CEO of Cupid Connections and her former boss.
Derek Nichols knows he's been a bad boy this year, what with almost getting caught spying on his employees while they had sex on the clock. But firing Evie Winters before he could gather the courage to invite her into his private life was his biggest mistake. To his surprise, a trip to pick out a Christmas tree and lighten his mood provides more holiday cheer than Derek could've ever dreamed.
NOTE: this story contains mature content intended for adults only! Get ready for a festive erotic tale of a hunky voyeur CEO, a naughty exhibitionist nympho who loves being filled up, and an older man/younger woman MFM menage to quicken the heart of any humbug!
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I started writing for myself a couple of years back. As a reader, I often felt something was missing in the books I read. It’s only natural to feel that way, I think. We are unique after all, and so is our taste, and that’s the beauty of it. I initially wrote for my own entertainment and to provide myself with an efficient form of escapism. Nothing unusual, so far. The first story came to me a few years back, and then another one and another one, and by the time I actually began to give them life, they filled my head, so I was bound to write them and share them with other people, hoping that they’ll fulfill tastes similar to mine.
What inspires you to write in your genre?
Everything inspires me. My books are loosely based on my own life. Wink. I’m kidding. I wish, though. Seriously, now, it’s mostly my wild imagination, but there are bits and pieces of real life in them. Some of it is my life and the way I feel. Some of it comes from people I met or didn’t have the chance to meet, or I missed or lost or... you get the idea. There’s regret captured in my writing (not overt, I like to believe) coming from wisdom, of course, which doesn’t serve much in the end but hopefully can help other people. If you look around, there's a hidden life of emotions, expressions, words, and thoughts, that permeates what we see and hear every day. If you care to sense it and listen to it, that invisible world is a great source of inspiration. Why erotic? The physical expression of love is one of the most satisfying experiences in life, in my opinion, and for me, as a writer, it’s the ultimate intellectual journey. There is no better way to explore the human psyche than artistically diving inside one of the most profound, intimate connections.
What makes you different?
I’m a firm believer in writing a complete, captivating story, in which emotions and lust, dark and light, and perhaps even some philosophical take on life, are all woven into the fabric of the plot. There’s no either this or that. Also, occasionally there may be a bit of unconventional and even a hint of darkness. I think that’s what makes my stories different. I write my books the way the stories demand to be told, at the same time making them as entertaining as possible. I love cheese, but never in my books, and although I do occasionally wear something purple, I’m allergic to it in my prose.
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Zusa, the world's most dangerous Hypno-Domme, continues her wave of financial destruction. Any man (or woman) who falls under her seductive spell finds themselves on a one-way trip to bankruptcy.
Meanwhile former best-selling author James Preston attempts to put his life back in order after being ruined by Zusa. His ultimate goal: Revenge on the woman who destroyed his life.
Will James' thirst for vengeance prove stronger than his desire to submit?
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Charlotte's car is stuck in a flood and she walks to her best friend's mother's house. Iris takes her in and tells her to strip off her sopping wet clothes. Charlotte's imagination is out of control. What will she do to attract a more lust-filled touch from Iris?
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