The stories in this anthology vary deliciously from science fiction to straight-up erotica—there’s something for everyone.
In She Marries Her, a southern bride juggles dealing with her overbearing mother and the stress of planning her dream wedding. Thankfully, she’s picked the right partner—one who can distract her from everything else and remind her why a wedding is happening in the first place. This piece of erotica with a heart will get your pulse racing.
A piece about pain, loss, and healing, Are Angels Allowed to Swear? is a complicated work of erotic fiction.
Scars of War takes us on an otherworldly journey of an Oracle and a Warrior, their forbidden love, and the lengths we go to—the sacrifices we make—in order to protect those we love.
New lovers, Jane and Ava, are still learning about each other. In Beautifully Exposed, Ava takes Jane on a journey of self-discovery and challenges Jane’s deeply held beliefs about herself and beauty.
Wava and Claire tells the timeless tale of love between two women. Wava has lost everything in her life; she can’t afford to lose Claire, too.
Travel with Carlie to Bora Bora in The Beach, where she meets Zoan and her group of Aussie friends. They sneak away for privacy, and all sorts of shenanigans ensue.
Exclusive Excerpt -
“You’re lookin’ baked. Here.” She squirts the lotion into her hands and steps behind me, gently massaging it into my shoulders. She moves the straps on my suit; lets her hands slide down, brushing the tops of my breasts. They come back around and glide down my back, slipping into my bottoms slightly, moving around. I turn around and kiss her lightly before running toward the water, chuckling. She follows me, laughing. I splash into the water. She’s just behind me. She tackles me, kissing me cautiously. I kiss back—I need this, need her. We float out into the water, kissing as her friends cheer and jeer from the beach. She flips them off, chuckling against me. She is different from my ex, but I don’t feel bad. I had tried this before, but I’d been so committed to my relationship that I still felt like I was cheating, like I was doing something wrong—even though she’d been gone for weeks.
About The Author -
Kat Watson is a non-professional mom, lover, paper crafter, baker, and chef. Sometimes she plays the role of maid, usually when she's avoiding writing a particularly difficult scene, and never on TV. She enjoys writing traditional and non-traditional couplings, scenarios, and settings. Love is almost always the reason for a story, but the surrounding details and events fascinate her. Figuring out the talking voices in her head (and sharing them with others) is one of her greatest pleasures. Finding a fabulous, inexpensive bottle of red wine is also one of her greatest pleasures. Kat shares her home in Colorado with one insane, overweight cat, her husband and child, and one hamster that keeps her up all hours of the night.
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