Friday, April 28, 2017

#Taboo Hotel #Sex Stories: #Erotica Behind Closed Doors!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072HJ9L4K?tag=dondes-20
What’s the sexy secret behind hotel hook-ups?

At a hotel, anything’s possible. We can do things we would never dream of at home. We can even surrender to forbidden temptations…

In this erotic anthology, travel to six sinful hotel rooms and witness acts of sheer erotic depravity. Once these pairs find themselves in the same hotel room, there’s no stopping the illicit acts that will ensue.

Leave your inhibitions at the door. It’s time to enter the Taboo Hotel!

Warning: This collection of taboo erotica contains sexual interactions between distant cousins, step relations, daddies and daughters, a MILF and her son’s best friend, plus one lusciously fertile babysitter and the man she serves. Reader discretion is advised.


Brought to you courtesy of the dirty minds of:
LEXI WOOD
&
GISELLE RENARDE


READ AN EXCERPT from one of Lexi's smutty barely-legal stepdaddy stories:

“I want you to do things normal teenagers do,” Walt went on.

“But I’m not a normal teenager and I don’t want to be one!”

That’s when Walt did something he’d never done to her before: he placed his hand on the curve of her bum and stroked it gently.

Did he think she was family pet? Why was he doing that?

Her impulse was to tell him to stop… except every time he ran his warm hand over her bum like that, the pulsing sensation built in that forbidden place.

She knew it was wrong, but it felt so good.

What would her mother say?!?

“Isn’t there anything you like that normal teenagers like?” Walt asked.

“No,” she spat. “Normal teenagers are idiots. They drink and do drugs and kill all their brain cells, and they don’t even care!”

“There must be something,” Walt asked quietly, encouragingly. He hadn’t stopped stroking her bum. “Can’t you think of even one thing normal teens have that you… want?”

Don't Delay--Buy Today!
From Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072HJ9L4K?tag=dondes-20
From BN: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/taboo-hotel-sex-stories-lexi-wood/1126290098?ean=2940157394493

Coming Soon to MANY more ebookstores (and in print!)

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

I'm begging of you, please don't take my man!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXYKVDF?tag=dondes-20
Over the past 10+ years working as a writer, I have written HUNDREDS of short stories. Do I remember writing them all? Nope. Sometimes I come across a file full of fiction and I'm just like wow, hey, where did this come from? Wrote it and immediately forgot it existed.

Not the case with Jolene, the paranormal erotic romance I'm here to tell you about today.

Even though I wrote this story a number of years ago, I can tell you exactly where I was sitting when I wrote it. That's because I was pressed right up against an anthology deadline... and I hadn't even STARTED writing this story yet. The call for submissions wasn't asking for, you know, a 2,000-4,000 word short. They were looking for 8-10k.

I must have been working a full-time 9-5 gig in those days, because I remember I wrote this story on a Sunday. It was due Monday. And, I guess because of work and whatever, I hadn't visited my mother in a while.

So this particular Sunday, when I had an entire 8-10k story to write, I carried my gigantic old Dell laptop out to the suburbs to visit my mom. I spent the entire "visit" writing. I think I started indoors, but it was a lovely sunny day outside, so I did a lot of my writing at the patio table out back.  Then, when it started getting dark and chilly, I brought the old Dell into the dining room and powered through until I'd written Jolene in its entirety.

Before that day, I had never written more than 8,000 words in one day. Since then?  I still haven't.  That's the most I've ever written in a day, and I'm sure that's why I remember it so clearly.

Did I get the story polished and submitted in time?  Why, yes I did.  Was it included in the anthology? Why, yes it was! 

And now, all these years later, you can buy Jolene as an ebook.  It's an MFM menage dealy with some incubuses... no, that's wrong... incubi? I don't know. What's the plural of incubus? 

Anyway, thanks to the fine people at eXcessica Publishing, you can grab yourself (?) a copy today!

Jolene: A Paranormal Menage Romance Story by Giselle Renarde

Jolene isn't too troubled--except by the fact that none of her friends believe she's dating Wesley, the popular entertainment blogger. Everyone assumes he’s gay, and he seems to prove them right when he shows up at her birthday bash with his "boyfriend" Seth. Who is this Seth guy and why is Wesley acting so strangely? When Jolene’s best friend falls ill after dreaming of the pair, it's her grandmother who has all the answers: they're dealing with an incubus, and someone needs to hunt him down. Jolene will make any sacrifice to save Wesley, but can she possibly defeat Seth?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXYKVDF?tag=dondes-20
Available from a whole bunch of ebook stores such as:
Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXYKVDF?tag=dondes-20
Kobo https://www.kobo.com/ebook/jolene-5
BN: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/jolene-giselle-renarde/1126070863?ean=2940157420666

eXcessica: http://www.excessica.com/books/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=19&products_id=1211&zenid=2e8f76be731409979632769cdef9503e