Falling – Cherri Red Book 2
Dani Walker has spent five years trying to forget about Cherri Red and the summer that changed her life.
That is until she picks up a magazine and Cherri’s face stares out at her, together with a list of tour dates. The temptation is too strong, and Dani has never been able to withstand temptation. When she plucks up the courage and finds herself standing in front of Cherri in the back lot of a run down club in Austin, and when Cherri looks up and meets her eyes, they both know five years is nothing, not for what they feel for each other.
And meeting is just the start of a roller coaster ride for both of them.
Falling is the second installment of the lesbian erotica trilogy involving Dani and Cherri.
For Tom Adams life is about to get complicated.
For six years Alison Graham lived with him like a sister. Trouble is, the feelings Tom has for Ali aren’t the feelings he should be having for a sister. And that’s not the only problem. When he goes to New York to live with Ali it turns out she likes girls, not men.
Being around the most beautiful woman he knows proves tough for Tom, even tougher when Ali brings girlfriends home, way tougher when she asks him to pose so she can sketch him – naked. Tom might have managed this too if his body hadn’t let him down. What’s a guy supposed to do, lying naked on a couch in front of a hot babe?
For a time Tom and Ali try to cope with the growing attraction between them, fighting a mutual desire neither wants to admit. Tom seeks an outlet for his arousal with other women. Ali too. The website they create to sell their drawings becomes a success, drawing other people into their circle.
When Tom’s mother gets married and asks them to housesit while she’s on honeymoon, the tension breaks and Ali flees back to New York, seeking a respite from emotional turmoil. When Tom follows Ali it is to find her gone, and he must track her across the Atlantic to Italy, where finally both are forced to acknowledge their true feelings for each other.
Ali’s Art is a novel of hidden passion played out through the lives of a diverse group of fascinating characters, heterosexual, gay and curious.
135,000 words, 375 pages.
The year Dani Walker turns eighteen summer camp will change her life.
Dani has come each year to Pinecrest Lake but this is her first time as counselor. A chance meeting when her bus breaks down triggers an infatuation she never expected and doesn’t welcome. At camp two years before a traumatic event convinced Dani she would never find love again. This year she discovers she has been looking in the wrong place.
For Cheryl Redmond this is her first summer camp. She doesn’t know what to expect – certainly not to fall in love with Dani. Neither girl can admit their feelings, seeking other means of satisfaction with two male counselors.
Dani and Cherri battle to conceal their growing desire for each other, afraid of rejection, not aware the attraction is mutual until in a dilapidated barn, amid the scent of hay, obsession spills over into passion, their summer secret finally revealed.
Summer Secrets: Cherri Red Book 1 is set in the hothouse world of summer camp where love, lust and passions run high. The first in an explicit lesbian trilogy, Summer Secrets will charm, arouse and shock in equal measure.
82,500 words: 221 pages.
An abused wife finds there is escape, and the happiness she believes could never be hers.
Jenni Adams has strayed before. Two years earlier it was with a young man she could not resist. Now her attraction to the young couple staying in the Beach House will trigger events more climactic and final than she can imagine.
Kim and Joe Fransiscus are rediscovering each other following the birth of their daughter. The vacation is meant to be a chance to relax, but the beautiful woman who comes to swim from the house next door attracts them both. When Kim teases Joe with a hint of her interest events take a new turn.
For Jenni’s husband Mark the years keep getting tougher. His business is failing, his marriage with it, and Mark has no idea what he can do to save them. His frustration emerges as violence, a violence that turns against more than his wife, because no one is going to take his property from him.
The Beach House is a story driven by lust, sensuality and anger. Three individuals make a decision to stop fighting their desire. A fourth can no longer fight his compulsion to strike out.
Warning: Includes scenes of lesbian sex, masturbation, mild bondage, anal sex, group sex, breast feeding, lactation and jellyfish.
65,753 words – 211 pages – Read Chapters 1 to 4
In wartime normal rules no longer apply. Georgia and Lillian find themselves posted to a new Radar station on the south coast of England, where they share a small room and try to keep their growing feelings for each other a secret, even to themselves. When Lillian invites Georgia to her home for a weekend visit, the floodgates burst and a passion both of them have been holding back erupts. What starts as a need for mutual relief quickly escalates into a wild, physical passion that neither can control.
25, 237 words.
New England in the early eighties was a simpler place. Ben and June had been summer friends since they could barely walk. As the years pass their friendship deepens and changes until the events of the year they turn eighteen bring a seismic change in their relationship.
June bug is a story of innocence and unwavering love, a story of two young people who discover that love also has a deeply physical side.
Thomas Harper believes he will never find love again. His heart has frozen, a means of keeping him alive and nothing more. When the beautiful blonde approaches him in a hotel bar his first instinct is to send her away, but she asks a special favour of him, one that seems safe enough.
As his week in Miami passes, what starts out as a simple arrangement turns into something far different, and slowly Thomas feels that cold lump in his chest begin to thaw. He cannot believe someone as wonderful as Nikki might be interested in him as anything other than a safe haven from the pressures of the world, but it seems she is.
A Week in Miami is a tale of love and lust found in unexpected places, a love that will change two people’s lives forever.
Warning: My Miami Model contains explicit sexual content which may offend. Suitable for adult readers only.
25,159 words. 80 pages