The amazing guest posts this week (more to come Friday… heh, I said “come”) are written by authors contributing to FELT TIPS: the world’s first anthology devoted to office-themed erotica, edited by the famous and talented Tiffany Reisz. It’s set to be released 12/12/12 and pants are already dropping in anticipation. Well, those of you who wear pants.
Don’t fret, Vagina Antics readers! There are still amazing stories to be read in the meantime. This week’s guest authors are published in two different genres: erotic historical romance and horror. Oh yes! We have a veritable cornucopia of books featured here today. Check them out!
Prohibited Passion (A Bandit Creek Historical Erotic Romance) – January 15, 2012
Ruth wants to escape the boredom of Bandit Creek and the strict expectations of her father, the local pastor. Her life changes the day she meets CeeCee, a world-wise flapper, and an irresistible attraction develops between them. She’ll be disowned and shunned if anyone discovers their prohibited passion, but can they keep their growing affection a secret?
CeeCee is drawn to Ruth, but things become complicated when her gangster companion disapproves of their liaison. He’s in town to broker a deal with the owner of the local speakeasy, and he’s not above using them to further his own plans. Can CeeCee protect Ruth and their budding relationship?
As Ruth gets drawn further into their world, she must decide between her familiar life and a new, dangerous path with the woman she loves.
Read the first chapter here.
Betting the Farm (April, 2012)
After her father’s funeral, Elly has come back to the family farm to pack up the heirlooms and arrange for the sale of the property. What starts as a lonely night turns into something more when a thunderstorm brings a beautiful stranger to her door…
A 5,000 word short story.
Find Alyssa here on Twitter or on her website here.
The debut collection of short horror stories from emerging talent, Jason Darrick. The stories guide the reader on a torturous journey of human pain and suffering, and are best consumed as a whole. Each story may stand alone, bringing the reader five visceral, emotional and cerebral tales.
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