Leyana is a creature of beauty and fiery vengeance, driven by a bargain made on the night of her violent death and rebirth. Only a man of strong heart can survive her allure — while at the same time connecting deeply enough to free her from her shackles. Paul Campbell might be that man…
Or he might lose himself to her altogether.
(Originally titled “Touched by Fire.” )
The Hinky Brass Bed Hinky Chicago #1 by Jennifer Stevenson from Chapter Three She thought she would never come, and then she did. Then they fell from the ceiling to the bed with a thump that knocked the wind out … Continue reading
Noted author Mary Anne Mohanraj was born in Sri Lanka and came to the United States as a toddler. Her classical, traditional parents did their best to raise their eldest daughter for the life they expected for her—the educated wife of a man she might meet only a couple of times before accepting him in an arranged marriage.
Mary Anne had other ideas.
Under all those words, you’re still a virgin.
Editor’s Note: This post by Marissa Day — the nom de plume of one of Book View Cafe’s founding members — was original published for Banned Books Week in 2012. Hello, and welcome to Banned Books Week at Book View … Continue reading
Someone who has never written a sexy word before is bound to be keyed up, sweaty, a little anxious, not sure what happens next.
Hot. Erotic. Fabulous! We’re proud to launch Book View Cafe Fabulosity, books that explore a woman’s sensuality in more depth than Robert Ballard explored the Titanic. These tales are served up hotter than a Finnish sauna, with more delicious mouth … Continue reading
We’ve had several recent posts on erotica and its cousins. Jennifer Stevenson contributed “Writing Sex: Who’s Your Horny Reader?” and Deborah Ross wrote “The ‘S’ Word.” Both got me to thinking. Sex is an important part of life, so it … Continue reading
A couple of years ago, a bunch of us BVC authors attended a conference down in Florida. At one point during dinner, the socially adept Jennifer Stevenson thought we should go around the table and confess our guilty pleasures. “What … Continue reading
Last week, Jennifer Stevenson posted a great blog on erotica, pornography, and the reader audience (not to mention a few salient words on the difference in sales and hence revenue from women’s erotica versus men’s pornography). I had some interesting … Continue reading