Upcoming Releases: Floored and Shocked

Yaaaaay! I just sold another two stories to Total-E-Bound!

The first one is named Stubborn Switch Floored (I renamed it), and it’ll be the first book in the Club Alterna series. I have no idea when it’ll be out, but I’m guessing sometime early next year.

She wants him, but is she too proud to kneel at his feet?

Lena is a switch – seventy percent Domme, thirty percent sub. When she’s forced to give up her seat to a more Dominant man on Club Alterna’s opening night, she resolves never to submit to him, on principle. The trouble is, she really, really wants to…

Josh is all Dom and sexy as hell, and he’s prepared to wait for Lena to come to him. All she has to do is kneel at his feet, and she’ll be his. But is Lena too stubborn to give him the satisfaction?

And remember the Shocked rewrite I was working on? I sold that, too! ;D

One wants to drain her. The other just wants her…

Nick is a psivore – he feeds from the life forces of humans, and he’s not the only one of his kind. He’s been tracking a vicious killer for months, and he’s pretty sure where his enemy will strike next.

Lissa has the strongest life force in the area, but she doesn’t even know it. When Nick tracks her to a club, hoping the killer will show up to drain her energy, it’s lust at first sight. Can he protect her from the violent intentions of the psivore he seeks, and will Lissa accept him for who – and what – he is?

A Contrary Independence Day Post

So, today is Independence Day – which doesn’t mean a whole lot to me, as a member of the nation America is celebrating its freedom from. So I’m going to blog about something completely different: BDSM and the freedom to have your freedom taken.

Does that sound convoluted? Probably. What I mean is, the freedom to choose to be owned. These days, it’s not socially acceptable to give up your will and let someone else control you – especially if you’re female. Feminists often have a pretty major problem with it, and vanilla society just doesn’t understand.

But let’s set aside the implications of misogynistic control, because in D/s relationships, that often doesn’t apply. With same-sex couples, there may not even be a man for the feminists to object to.

In my upcoming novel, Dominance and Deception, my female character chooses to become the owned slave of her Dom. Not a slave as in ‘made to work against her will without pay or a choice in the matter’. A D/s slave is very different.

Below is the collaring scene from the novel – it’s still a little rough because it hasn’t been edited yet, but you get the idea… Continue reading