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Falling in love is something I’d never imagined. I didn’t think love existed, mainly because of the way I was raised. Relationships were never in the cards, especially since I gave a chance on one, and it nearly destroyed me.

When I met Marcus Walker, I was only looking for a fling, nothing more; but the more time I spent with him, the more I realized he could be so much more. Not only has he helped me through my family drama but also with a situation I thought was way behind me. Now, I understand what love is and how powerful it can be. But will I let myself be loved, or will I continue to believe that love is not for me?


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A heartwarming novella about modern day romance.Sally Davies works on the lingerie stall at Church Street Market.
Everything has to be perfect.The stall has to look enticing, Sally has to look professional and friendly.Kevin could turn up at any time to check on her. Kevin had to be kept happy, no matter what.Kevin wasn’t just Sally’s boss, he was her husband too.It’s only when Sally meets the caring and thoughtful Mark that she realises how unhappy she is, and how controlling Kevin is.

Sally soon falls in love with Mark but what can she do about Kevin?Will Sally find the courage to take that first scary step and leave him?

Does Mark even feel the same way about her?

Here is a bit about me:

I live in a northern town in England with my two daughters.I love reading stories about ordinary people who do extraordinary things. It’s amazing the strengths that people possess. My writing career started when I was a child. I wrote adventure stories and even made my own little books. Unfortunately, I couldn’t convince my neighbours to buy my books.I love writing contemporary fiction as I like taking in the world around me. I have been accused of being nosy, but my defense is that I’m doing research.My stories are about ‘ordinary’ people.

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The first book (Standing Still) is free on Smashwords

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Alien Admirer

Alien Next Door book 2

By Jessica E. Subject

Erotic Sci-Fi Romance

ISBN: 978-0991932023


He fills her with forbidden longing…

Widowed for over a year, Sera longs for the company of her younger, sexier neighbor, the one man she can never have—unless she plans to rob the cradle. It’s too dangerous…

She’s the only one for him…

Adam never wanted to settle down…until Sera. But even when her children give him the green light, he must prove age is an alien concept…

Will Sera give him a chance, or will Adam be left in the cold, never more than her alien admirer?

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What is it going to take to convince her I want her? On the ride home, he’d persuaded himself to give up on Sera. Until he’d seen her on the porch. He had to seize what might be his lone opportunity.

“Why do you have such a problem accepting that I’m attracted to you?”

She faced him again, her cheeks glowing with color. “I don’t have a problem with that. In fact, I’m flattered. I have a problem with how much I’m attracted to you, how even on my date, I couldn’t get you out of my head.”

It was all the invitation he needed. Closing the space between them, he held her, pressing his lips to hers. Sera moaned, her body tight against his. She didn’t push him away, instead wrapping her arms around him, running her foot up and down the back of his calf.

He clutched her thighs, pulling her up to straddle his waist. Every moan encouraged him to keep going. He wanted more.

“Inside,” she said in a breathless whisper. “Take me into the house.”

All right! Grasping and fumbling with the handle, he managed to open the door without letting her go. Focused on her in his arms, he shuffled around blindly until his knees met her couch. He laid Sera on the cushion, but she clung to him.

“No, my bedroom. And be sure to close the door.”

Her room? Holy shit! Before that moment, he’d expected several days of trying to win her over before she invited him to her room, if she ever even acknowledged his feelings.

He carried her up the butcher block wood steps, to the bedroom he’d helped build. While he’d helped build every part of the house, the master bedroom remained the one room he hadn’t entered since Sera moved in.

Sacred, just like her body.


Jessica Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.

When Jessica isn’t reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.

Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at and on twitter @jsubject.

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Sex Boot Camp


By Paisley Brown


ISBN: 978-0-9919320-3-0


A week away…


After a hectic month at work, Cara expects to spend the next few days relaxing in her pajamas. Until her boyfriend surprises her with a getaway to a remote location.


To open her mind…


When she arrives at Sex Boot Camp, she anticipates her boyfriend will be by her side. Instead, she is left with a houseful of curious young women and a sexy instructor.


And fulfill desires she never dreamed of…


Although reluctant at first, Cara becomes entangled in a world of seduction and wicked fantasies.


Caution: This story contains an Alpha leader who ensures his guests leave satisfied, hot woman-on-woman action, and an MFM ménage that will leave you breathless.


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A faint cry broke the silence, followed by a whispered hush. Shadows swayed across the bed on the other side of Veronica’s, the one where Natasha slept. But there was no sleeping at that moment. She was having sex. But where was Veronica? Had she heard and left the room?


“That’s it, V, fuck me hard. You rock that strap-on so well.”


I gasped then covered my mouth, hoping no one else heard.


“Quiet, Natasha. Someone’s awake.”


Shit! I froze, not even daring to breathe.


“No, it’s probably just someone snoring. In a room with five women, one of them is bound to make noises in their sleep.”


My heart pounded so loud I was sure the entire room heard. Two of my roommates were having sex. Two women. I didn’t have anything against same-sex couples, but I didn’t expect to be in the same room while they got it on. And what about their boyfriends? Wasn’t the point of our time here to learn to have better sex with our partners? Obviously not for these two.


As much as their cheating bothered me, just hearing them turned me on. Something I would never admit to anyone. My pussy throbbed, and I longed for some sexual attention. When was the last time Braeden slept in my bed, made love to me? Under the sheets, I slid my hand below the waistband of my sleep shorts. I’d never masturbated with someone else in the same room, but I refused to deny my sudden need.


I parted my swollen labia with two fingers, running them through my pussy juice. Braeden had never left me dripping so fast. More than ready, I expected to get off very quick. And hopefully get back to sleep before my other two roommates woke.


With the next slap of skin, I plunged my fingers deep inside. I fought back the moan threatening to escape. Like I needed them to know their fucking made me horny.




I’m happily married with a naughty imagination. Sometimes all it takes is a whispered word or a sexy picture to inspire my next tale. My erotica stories may be contemporary, sci-fi, or paranormal, but all of them will leave you wet and panting for more.


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During one of his nightly jogs in the park, Rory is attacked by a wild animal. His biggest fear is that he’ll need a new tetanus shot, but then odd things begin to happen. He’ll do just about anything for a raw steak and hair begins sprouting from places it has no business being, like the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. Stranger still is his desire to cock his head back and howl at the moon. But werewolves are the stuff of legend, right?

After a very curious encounter with a mysterious stranger, Rory is convinced he is losing his mind. Why does he want to rub himself all over the handsome man and bite him? The stranger talks about shifters and pack laws, and about a war between the species that Rory is now, apparently in the middle of. All Rory wants is for his life to get back to normal, but he is turning and whether he likes it or not, life is never going to be the same again.



Dante looked down at the man’s rapidly decomposing corpse and let out a heavy sigh. The body was partially hidden by blackberry bushes, but the injuries that had caused his death were unmistakable. He’d been torn apart. By a wolf. The smell indicated that he’d been dead for at least a few days, maybe more. Dante wrinkled his nose.

“This is the third body in as many days. We can’t keep covering up all these deaths. This will make five missing people in total and all within our limits. The police are going to be out in droves plus we’ll have the damn council elders breathing down our necks. I don’t have to tell you how difficult that could make life for us.”

Bram, Dante’s beta and oldest friend ran a hand through his unruly brown hair as he scanned the small wooded area which sat beyond Maesteg golf course. At just over six feet tall, Bram stood a few inches shorter than Dante, but his shoulders were equally as wide and his muscles no less defined.

“I’ve had the boys out patrolling every night, but they never see anything that can help us.

The men in Dai’s pack are as cunning as foxes. They know we’re onto them.” Bram looked down at the body and shook his head. “They’re well aware of the risks of getting caught.

They know it would cause a war between our packs if we have evidence they’ve been killing humans on our land.”

Dante knelt beside the man’s body and sniffed the air around it. “I don’t recognise the wolf’s scent. Are we sure a member of Dai’s pack did this?”

Bram frowned. “Who else would it be?”

“Rogues?” Dante suggested.

“It’s possible, but I don’t think it’s likely. We’d know if there were any in the area.

Besides, I’ve never met a rogue with enough sense to be this discreet. Most of them are insane from bloodlust. A rogue would leave the bodies out in the open where anyone could find them. These have been hidden from humans, but they’ve been left in places where our pack runs regularly. It’s too much of a coincidence. Dai’s pack has to be behind it.”

Dante got to his feet and muttered a curse. “There has to be something we can do to stop him. If Dai is responsible, we can’t let him get away with it. Can we put any more men on patrol at night?”

“Like who? We’re already stretched to breaking point. Liam is still grieving his brother’s death. That boy has got so much anger in him it’s not safe to have him out on the streets.

He’d put us at risk of exposure. Justin’s doing overtime at the steel works to support his new cubs and Glen, well, his heart is in the right place, but I don’t ever see him making it as a pack enforcer. He’s not as strong as the others. I wouldn’t fancy his chances against any of Dai’s boys. Everyone who can patrol already is. Colin’s cubs want to help, but…”

“They’re barely out of school,” Dante finished for his beta.


Dante sighed. “I’m happy to start their training, but it’ll be another five or six years until they’re ready to take on the full responsibilities of an enforcer.”

“I already told Colin that and he understands, but his cubs are giving him shit. They want to be more involved.” Bram shrugged. “That’s cubs for you.”

“I’ll talk to them—see if I can take the heat off Colin.”

“I know he’d appreciate it.”

Dante looked down at the body again and frowned. “Do you think Dai’s gearing up to challenge me?”

Bram’s head snapped up so quickly that Dante was surprised he didn’t get whiplash.

“Dai is a coward,” he spat. “He wouldn’t dare challenge your leadership. He might want to get his grubby hands on our pack lands, but he doesn’t have the guts to fight us for them fair and square. If you ask me, he’s doing this to bate us. I think he’s hoping that one of us will snap and attack him or his pack mates. That would give him the perfect excuse to go to the council elders and demand retribution.”

“I think you might be right.”

When Bram grinned, the action exposed his uneven, chipped molar. “I’m always right.”

Dante snorted. “Yeah and you’re always modest too. Can we get the boys to come over and give us a hand with the body?”

“Already done. I called Justin and Glen before I set out. They’re on their way here.”

When Dante’s mobile buzzed in his jeans’ pocket, he pulled it out then took a few steps away from the body before answering the call. “Dante.”

“Alpha,” Colin’s gruff voice greeted. “We have a problem.”

Dante pinched the bridge of his nose before replying. “What is it?”

“I just heard from Liam. He’s found another body in the park opposite the hospital. He said it’s been torn apart like the others. Wounds are fresh, must have only just happened.”

“Fuck!” Dante turned to meet his beta’s inquisitive gaze and shook his head. “Call Liam back, tell him we’re up near the golf course. We’ll get there as soon as we can.”

“Yes, sir.”

When Dante hung up he let out a low, rumbling roar of frustration. “This has to end now. I don’t care what it takes. I want every available man out on patrol tonight. When I find out who is responsible, I’ll kill them with my bare hands for this. Make the calls. I want the entire pack at my house at six tonight for a meeting. No excuses, they’re all to attend. As soon as the meeting’s over, we hunt.”

Bram nodded then pulled out his mobile phone. “You got it, boss.”


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