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Our novels and novellas section is for more substantial erotic stories, which often stretch to several chapters or installments. They are not as substantial though as romances, which are essentially books. Novels give a chance to serious writers to show off their talents on a larger scale.

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Undercovers Detective - Chapter 8

Frank During our engagement dinner with Alexia’s family, I received a text message from my precinct saying Captain Greer was shot. After I showed the message to Alex, we both maintained our composure and hastily said our goodbyes. Her dad seemed visibly upset with our unexpected departure, but I assured him it was all routine. To begin with, Alex’s father had never been happy with her...Read On

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Future Perfect - Chapter Six

After ten years alone, could life get any better?

Awkward.  No other word for it when you bring a girl back to her house after taking her for the sole purpose of being impregnated.  I thought about waiting at the bottom of the driveway, but decided I was braver than that. We drove up like everything was normal. One look at Cassie’s face in the kitchen showed that nothing was normal.  I was unused to reading body language. I couldn’t...Read On

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Dante Abbracciavento PI: Find the man with the buckles on his shoes - pt1

My name is Dante Abbracciavento. I’m a PI. Scratch that. I’m a Personal Security and Investigative Specialist. My secretary, or as she demands to be called Office Manager, decided on my new job title. More about Viv later. I’m forty-five years old, divorced with no children. I train at my Cousin Lou’s boxing club four times a week. In my line of work it pays to stay in shape. Bad guys...Read On

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A Boat Beneath the Darkening Sky: 1. The Cottage by the Wood

The house looked little like my memories. I’d expected to find a sprawling mansion rather than a rather ordinary sized cottage. That said, there was a quaintness about it, not surprising as it was nestled away on the edge of a secluded wood some many hours north of London. Grandmother had always been a bit… well, eccentric. Victoria thought she was crazy. Then, again, my posh and proper...Read On

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The Game's Ultimate Prize

A married couple's journey into the angst and ecstacy of dominance and submission.

Chapter One - One Night at The Luxies Club "Manhattan. On the rocks, please." I didn't recognize the bartender, and that was probably just as well this evening. I had not been to The Luxies Club for a few months. While it was occasionally visited by a small college crowd that enjoyed a more sophisticated evening out, the normal crowd at Luxies was an adult gathering of couples and...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Nineteen

Rael and Silmaria travel to The Reach and share a passionate and emotional night.

Never had the sun shone so bright and warming north of The Teeth before spring had even come. The breeze was chilling and sharp as it rolled off the mountains and swirled along the rise and fall of the open hilly country, but next to a lifetime of winters in the North, the breeze here was but a refreshingly cool caress. The wind touched everything. It combed through the flat plains to...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Eighteen

After a desperate gamble, Rael and Silmaria discuss plans and honorifics.

DarkFyre Chapter Eighteen The next day, Rael was a busy man. Silmaria sat back and watched him with a sort of amused fascination. After a long night of rest, Rael was renewed and overflowing with energy and robust health. They’d discussed with disappointment how much of the bear meat was going to go to waste as its spoiling became eminent, but Rael gave a good effort at consuming as much...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Sixteen

Silmaria desperately struggles to help Rael hold on.

The darkness of the cave was broken only by the small, flickering flames of Rael’s makeshift torch. It had spun off into the corner during the struggle with the bear and there it sat, dying. The flame was weak and feeble, yet it would not go out fully. It swirled, sputtering and pitiful, but it clung stubbornly to the torch and sent a tracery of shadows to sprawl in shapes and flittering...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Fourteen

Rael and Silmaria journey dangerous roads.

The wilds of DarkFyre Dale were a raw, wretched place, and never more so than in the grip of winter. For the first few days they traveled mostly through the open, sweeping meadows and plains of the western highlands. During the all too brief summer months the highlands were an entirely different place characterized by tall, lush green grasses swaying in the cool wind, speckled with notes...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Eleven

Rael and Silmaria seek shelter and help in Trellings Rest.

In the late morning hours the sun shone bright and glorious on Trelling’s Rest. The overcast clouds of yesterday’s snowfall had fled in the face of a clear and temperate day, the sort of mild and cheerful day DarkFyre Dale rarely saw this deep into winter. The snow underfoot gleamed pristine white under the sunshine, a blanket of innocence and purity cast over the countryside, a beautiful...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Ten

Rael and Silmaria face danger as the situation around them spirals out of control.

Wordless, Silmaria burst into motion, springing forward to dash down to her burning home. Or tried to, at least. Before she’d gone two strides, Lord Rael’s hand shot out and grabbed her by the wrist in a grip like steel. He yanked her back toward him and growled softly into her ear, “Don’t be a fool. We don’t know what’s down there. Follow me and stay quiet! Keep low.” Though it galled her...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Nine

Rael develops a fixation. Silmaria struggles to let go.

A light knock sounded on his door the next morning. Setting aside the remnants of his breakfast, Rael wiped his mouth before rising and answering the knock, half expecting it to be Silmaria. Selm stood on the other side of the door instead. His Halfling advisor bowed low. “Apologies for disturbing your breakfast, Milord.” “It’s all right, Selm. No harm done. How can I help you?” “Milord,...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Eight

Rael offers Silmaria a quiet challenge. Silmaria faces the truth.

When Silmaria came back to herself she was lying on a soft, large, comfortable bed. A bed that size should have been draped in silks and finery, but instead was covered in simple, practical sheets of cotton and a heavy, warm wool comforter. The glow of a fire and a number of candles cast shifting shadows and orange light against the ceiling and walls. Silmaria fought not to panic; she had...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Seven

Rael searches for answers as things turn bleak at the Manor.

The shop was claustrophobic. Despite the blustery cold outside, the room was oppressively hot. Four sooty wall sconces cast off a weak glow. The rest of the light came from two stone hearths in opposite corners of the room banked high with logs, radiating uncomfortable warmth. Several braziers were set around the room, adding to the heat. They threw off a heavy shroud of incense and...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Six

Lord Rael brings change to House IronWing

Rael sat at the long, ornate dinner table in the main dining hall with his long legs stretched out before him, leaning back in his chair as he rolled a small apple around in his hand. Selm, his whiskers newly trimmed and looking determined, watched him quietly, waiting for the young Nobleman to speak. The Knight had fully expected to have some distractions when he arrived home. He hadn’t...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Five

A visitor arrives at IrongWing Manor, bringing change.

Silmaria was on her hands and knees in the drawing room on the west side of the Manor, scrubbing at the wooden floor with a soapy rag. She was not particularly in the best of moods; some idiot had tracked dirt into the room, which was made all the worse by the fact that no one ought to really have been in here in the first place. Of course, given how downhill the upkeep of IronWing Manor...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Four

Rael lays plans. Silmaria feeds her need.

Rael still wasn’t sure he was making the right choice. He was torn between feeling he was abandoning his duty and honor, and the certainty that remaining here at the war camp meant it was only a matter of time before another assassination attempt came. He was no coward, to run from death. Yet at the same time, neither was he a fool. The unusual methods taken against him left him certain that...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Three

Silmaria reflects on bitter sweet memories and sexual beginnings.

Master Edwin IronWing’s study smelled of oak and wood polish, and leather and old vellum. It was a spacious, open room. A huge window took up the north-facing wall, staring out over the planting fields to the north. In the distance the DrakeSpine Mountains set a breathtaking backdrop, with the crags stretching higher and higher, huge and ancient and enduring. Sitting at the foot of the...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter Two

Aftermath of the battle yields questions for Rael.

"If ye can spare a moment, Milord, I'm ready to report." Rael looked up from a map covering the huge pinewood table in his tent. A variety of similar maps and charts were arrayed on the table and rolled into tubes propped against the desk. There were writing supplies and a sheaf of fresh paper at the Knight Captain's elbow. StoneFingers was standing at the flap of Rael’s tent. The...Read On

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DarkFyre Chapter One

Tmes are hard at IronWing Manor, especially for Silmaria, a unique servant with a unique problem.

Her eyes slowly opened, brilliant green wide eyes the color of emeralds or the green, green grass that grew in the gardens during the all too brief months of spring and summer. They were slitted. Like a cats, people would always say. Even after all this time, she couldn’t help roll her eyes when someone said that. It was so… cliché. Obvious. Obvious or not, it was still pretty accurate. Like...Read On

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DarkFyre Prologue

An epic journey has its roots in blood and war.

Rain fell in a sporadic icy deluge. No true storm, it was nonetheless a persistent enough spattering of ice and water to make the battleground a wet, slushy mess of melting ice, frigid wind, and watered down puddles of mud and fresh blood steaming in the dawning light. It was miserable conditions, even for the already miserable enterprise of war waging. But if the barbaric Haruke cared at...Read On

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Emily, Disaffected

A moody coed's quest for love and sex

The thing about insomnia is, your time isn't even Time anymore. Even if you get the same ration of hours, even a couple extra, they've become an inflated foreign currency: you can't buy nothing worth shit with them. I always drift into it, in cycles. I'll have a good week, waking and sleeping like a model citizen, Ben Franklin style. Up at six, bed by nine. It's funny, waking up with...Read On