Oops by Anne Kane


Oops by Anne Kane
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short Story (37 pgs)
Other: M/F, Forced Seduction
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Stephanie, Jackie and Caroline. The three women have been friends for years, and they’ve built themselves a nice bed and breakfast /ranch operation. But with less than a fortnight to Christmas, a ruthless banker has swindled them out of their beloved home. What will they do?

Well, kidnapping him and holding him hostage until he decides to do the right thing sounds like a good plan. Unfortunately, it all goes hilariously wrong when they discover they’ve kidnapped the wrong man. Bondage, obedience classes and more are needed to make sure there’s a Merry Christmas this year!

Caroline, Steph and Jackie had been swindled out of their ranch. Determined to get their property back they hatch the crazy plan to kidnap the jerk who stole it from them and force him to give it back. Only instead of Mr James Smithers, they end up kidnapping Mr Jebediah Smithers. And all too soon Jackie finds their crazy plan starting to unravel. How can they get their ranch and livelihoods back?

This short story starts off in a lighthearted, fun manner that really had me giggling. I had a bit of a wobble reading it near the middle – when the three ladies still didn’t truly believe they’d kidnapped the wrong man and tied him to the bed and Jackie starts touching him intimately. While the author wrote the story clearly showing they’d all end up on the same page and even hinted that Jebediah could escape his restraints should he choose to – it all just shaded just a little too close to a “forced seduction” type of scene for me to actually enjoy it. Readers who dislike kidnap/forced intimacy stories or find them to be a trigger should steer clear of this story. That said, even though Jackie didn’t seem to believe they’d made a mistake she and Jebediah sure managed to get hot and heavy pretty quickly – and both appeared to have a glorious time doing so.

Both Caroline and Steph watched the sexiness between Jackie and Jebediah, though neither of the other women joined in or even seemed to participate apart from watching. So personally I wouldn’t consider this a menage or group sex thing as such – but other readers might feel differently. The sex was hotly written and especially as the sex scene progressed it was clear both Jackie and Jebediah got more and more invested in each other as they became more intimate.

While the author made it clear to the readers that they shouldn’t feel even a speck of sympathy for James Smithers, I also couldn’t help but feel bad at the depths the women sank to in the effort of getting their ranch back. While I genuinely understood how desperate they were, I still felt their actions reflected a bit poorly on them and the strength of their characters. Obviously this short story was all meant in good fun, but I could understand if some readers are a lot more invested in the relationship flourishing between Jackie and Jebediah and a little less taken by the plot and lengths the three friends go to, to get their ranch back in their hands.

A very different and interesting type of Christmas short story, this is certainly a new plot twist that I’ve never read before. Fresh and unique, it certainly made me think and start a few discuss with other reading friends.

Gift Of A Lifetime by Ana Raine


Gift Of A Lifetime by Ana Raine
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday (Christmas)
Length: Short Story (35 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Anal Play, Toys
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Ryo’s job at the Crooked Paintbrush is a way to make some money doing what he loves while meeting new people. But when Logan walks into Ryo’s painting class, he realizes there are some things that can only be described as fate.

More than just a handsome face, Logan proves to be exactly the kind of Master Ryo has been waiting for. The kind of man who will test his limits while providing some much needed love and safety.

Ryo hosts painting classes for singles looking for like-minded people. Even though he’s looking for a Master of his own, he generally enjoys the classes and watching other people find happiness. Logan was the most handsome man Ryo had ever met, and when Logan asks him out for dinner, Ryo feels like all his Christmas’ have come at once. Can Logan be everything he needs?

I enjoyed this hot and sexy short story. I found Ryo and Logan to be super hot together, and both liking exactly the same thing – kinky sex. I didn’t mind that Ryo and Logan got quite intimate fairly quickly after meeting – in such a short story they needed to move fast – but I really enjoyed how the author let them actually talk and get to know each other a little bit first. I was a little uncertain why neither Ryo nor Logan had met someone into kink earlier – the author made it seem like they both wanted something very deep and dark and unheard of with other men, and I just didn’t find that too believable. While they certainly both enjoyed BDSM and playing with toys, I didn’t find their kink outrageous or particularly dark. So I never really bought into the fact neither man had met someone previously who could give them what they wanted. This small bit of unrealistic plotting didn’t lesson my enjoyment of the story, however.

I enjoyed both men’s characters – Ryo was an eager and curious submissive, Logan a strong and caring Dominant. While I liked how compatible the two men were, I did find it a little unusual toward the end, reading some of the play-talk between Ryo and Logan. Personally, I prefer it when a Master builds his pet up and strengthens them. While I liked Logan’s tenderness and attachment to Ryo, Ryo seemed to need someone to use him and take over completely, and while it was very well written and is sure to appeal to many readers, I discovered it just isn’t really my thing. The care and love between the two men though is a wonderful thing to watch as is their hot, spicy sex.

For slightly kinky, very short Christmas story this was a good read and one I enjoyed.

Regifted by BJ McCall


Regifted by BJ McCall
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (42 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Fern has no idea the Christmas gift given to her on Christmas Eve is a regift. The perfume smells divine and unbeknownst to Fern it has an added benefit. The scent is packed with pheromones that attract werewolves.

Pace is spending the holiday weekend in the city, a lonely Christmas away from his pack. A major power outage plunges the city into darkness. Pace has a choice: spend Christmas alone or invite his new neighbor with the alluring scent for a candlelight drink…

Fern is the new girl at her work and so she’s left to close the office on Christmas Eve and then reopen it the following Monday. After Fern gives out small goodies to all her co-workers, her boss, Alison is the only one to reciprocate. Fern is thrilled, until she finds the bottle of perfume is a regift. What neither Alison nor Fern know is that the scent is actually a Mating Scent. When Fern bumps into a homesick werewolf, her Christmas plans are suddenly going to be a whole lot more intimate than she expected.

I found this to be a sweet and steamy Christmas short story. I loved how Fern and Pace got to know each other a little – chatting about their homes and upbringing, connecting emotionally – before jumping into bed with each other. I also loved the twist on the regifted pheromone perfume bottle capturing Pace’s attention and drawing him to Fern. It all just fit together so well and really appealed to me as a reader. I loved this story.

I was thrilled when – after having sex – the relationship continued to build between Fern and Pace. I thoroughly enjoyed watching them spend Christmas together, explore the city and really get to know each other. It made the romance feel so much stronger between them and also made the entire situation a lot more believable. I found the whole story realistic and fun, sexy and hot. I will happily read more stories both by this author and set in this paranormal world.

I found this to be an excellent short story, with interesting and fun characters and a solid, realistic plot. A great Christmas tale and one I will happily reread many times to come.

Grease Monkey by Harley Wylde


Grease Monkey by Harley Wylde
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (56 pgs)
Other: M/F, Toys, Anal Play
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Gwen: I’ve always been daddy’s little girl, or so everyone thinks, but what I’ve really wanted is to break free of my gilded cage. All anyone ever sees is some rich girl who gets what she wants, but that isn’t me. I hate my life and I’d give anything to experience true passion, even if it was just once. I’m a twenty-year-old virgin, and I have no doubt that daddy dearest is going to sell me to the highest bidder. Where’s a hero when you need one?

Lance: Women have always come easy to me, but there’s never been one that tempted me so much as the debutante stepping out of the silver Mercedes. One look at those gorgeous legs and all I can think about is having them wrapped around me while I make her scream my name. One way or another, she’s going to be mine.

WARNING: If you love sexy bearded men who talk dirty, be prepared to have your kindle melted. This is a highly erotic story with a case of insta-love.

Gwen Montcliff practically never hears the word “no”. A spoiled, rich little daddy’s girl, to outward appearances she lives a perfect life. But Gwen was far from stupid, and after a huge fight with her father, she knew her time as a free woman was coming to an end. All too soon daddy dearest was going to marry her off to one of his rich business friends and Gwen didn’t see an easy way out of it. When Lance rode up on his motorcycle Gwen immediately felt the chemistry and attraction with him. Could he be her ticket to a happier life?

I found this an interesting short story. While I initially felt very little connection (or sympathy) with Gwen I was curious to see where the author would lead with this “unhappy rich girl meets biker mechanic” style of story. While I enjoyed the relationship-building aspect of the story, I struggled a bit with the unrealistic nature of the sex between Gwen and Lance.

Gwen was a virgin so her immediate and extremely strong sexual reaction to Lance felt a little surprising to me. Her agreeing to expose herself and be sexually intimate with a man she’d literally met minutes ago didn’t strike me as realistic at all. I think a lot of this was due to the fact the author didn’t give me a real reason as to WHY she was so enraptured with him. Why did this inexperienced woman throw all logic and caution aside (having unprotected sex with him) and offer herself to this man who picked her up on the side of the road? At the initial, early stage of their sexual intimacy I didn’t feel any connection between them. There was no reason for her to trust him, no knowledge that he wouldn’t rape or hurt her – she had no idea who or what he was and she didn’t even question him or his reasons.

Having said this, the sex itself was hot and explicit – excellent for an erotic romance, I just missed the emotional connection between them and this really effected my enjoyment of the story. I found Lance to be a protective bad boy with a filthy mouth and a stud in bed. About half way through the story I really started to enjoy how the plot grew more intricate. With a few plot twists and character surprises my enjoyment and appreciation of the author’s story rose considerably. Even though this is the first book I’ve read by this author I could guess a few parts of the plot, but some of the intricacies took me delightfully by surprise and I really enjoyed the extra layers and complexities this gave the story. I thoroughly enjoyed the second half of this book.

Lance and Gwen’s relationship progressed at an extremely fast pace – married within a day of meeting each other – so readers who appreciate a bit of a slower ride and the characters connecting fully before they progress might not be as satisfied with this story. Those who like a rough-and-tumble courtship and are happy to just disconnect their brain could find this a fun and interesting read.

Tooth and Claw by Willa Okati


Tooth and Claw by Willa Okati
Omega Wolves 5
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (58 pgs)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Mistletoe

Lewis, Alpha master of the Wasp Lake wolf pack, knows that finding his mate should be a joyous event. But former army ranger Jacobi isn’t an Omega. Or even a wolf. He’s a grizzly bear shifter, and Alpha to the bone.

Falling for an outsider is risky, especially given Lewis’s secret. He yearns to be an Omega, not an Alpha, and has never met anyone willing to accept the man he really is behind the Packmaster’s mantle. As for Jacobi, it’s been a long time since he’s been loved so well that it made him want to be a better man.

The pair try loving in secret — for a while — but know that’s not going to be enough to satisfy them forever. When Jacobi adopts an orphaned lynx cub and Lewis becomes the toddler’s second father, they realize something has to be done. But what?

Nature is red in tooth and claw — but sometimes true love really does save the day.

Lewis may be the alpha of his pack, but sometimes he longs for something else–especially behind closed doors. When his duties take him to Jacobi’s home, Lewis realizes that he may have found what he needs. The problem is life does not always work out the way we want it to. Jacobi is an alpha himself and, if that is not enough to put a damper on things, he is a bear, not a wolf like Lewis. Yet their attraction cannot be denied. As the two men spend more time together their attraction soon turns into something more. Soon they will not be able to hide the bond that is growing between them. Add in an orphaned lynx cub and the love begins to grow between them all.

While I enjoyed the concept of this story I would have liked a bit more depth to it. I liked the characters but they seemed a bit one-dimensional. The story moves quickly and I would have liked to see some of the parts of the story a little more fleshed out. I really liked Lewis and Jacobi. They made a great pair and understood each other and what was needed in their relationship. You can see just how much they care for each other in everything that they do. Their life is hard and when push comes to shove it was nice to see them step up. I was pulled into their story from the start but wanted more. This was a quick read that whet my appetite for this world and will have me going back for more.

Insomnia by Kira Stone


Insomnia by Kira Stone
Paranormal Mates Society
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (70 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play, Toys
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Sanders “Sandy” Mann manages a peaceful inn. It’s a prime situation in which to carry out his real job, shepherding people into the realm of Morpheus for a night of dream-filled R&R. However, watching over a bunch of sleepy guests has put his sex life into a deep coma. He joins the Paranormal Mates Society in the hopes of meeting a man who is immune to his slumberous aura.

Pe-Ben, aka Pete Benjamin, brings winter to the lands of the Abenaki people, a part-time job for a full-time God. The rest of the year he is free to do as he pleases. Even so, it’s a lonely existence as everyone he meets falls asleep after a few minutes of conversation. Can Paranormal Mates Society find a man able to resist the lullaby quality of his voice?

No one is prepared, least of all the guests, for what happens when Sandy and Pete come together. There may never be another peaceful night in the inn again…

Sandy Mann loves his favorite dildo and has a good collection of erotic dvds. Being the Sandman – and having everyone fall asleep as soon as he introduces himself – makes it difficult to have a sex life. When his depressingly heterosexual boss, Morpheus, suggests Sandy sign up with the Paranormal Mates Society, Sandy isn’t so sure. But then his interest is captured by an icy, sexy man. Pe-Ben is a god of winter, who has a similarly sleep-inducing power that means most mortals can’t stay awake in his presence. Can the two men find enough middle ground to satisfy each other’s desires?

I found this to be a fun short story. I’ve not read any of the previous stories in this series, but found it very easy to enjoy purely as a stand-alone book about Sandy and Pe-Ben. Hooking up on the internet dating site for Paranormal creatures, this really captured my imagination. While Sandy – and Morpheus – were known to me, I’d never heard of the Native American god of winter and hibernations. I loved how the author introduced me not only to Pe-Ben but explained his powers – and thus his problem at keeping lovers awake – simply and without slowing the pace of the story for a massive amount of background.

This is definitely a sexy story to my mind. Sandy is not ashamed to take what he wants and has a really impressive amount of sex toys and porn dvds – I found it refreshing that he was perfectly able to satisfy himself and completely open and honest about his sexual cravings. I enjoyed how the story was completely sexy with just Sandy alone – even before Pe-Ben was added in and the pleasure became mutual between the men. I also found myself quite intrigued by Morpheus’ character and would be interested to see a story revolving around him, too.

I found this to be a fun, lighthearted and excellent quick read. I loved the characters of Sandy and Pe-Ben and loved watching them come together and create a brilliant relationship together. A great, easy read that I can happily recommend.

Have and Hold by Willa Okati


Have and Hold by Willa Okati
Omega Wolves book 6
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (56 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Former bad-boy pack enforcer Alpha Scott knew he had to change his ways if he wanted to see his thirtieth birthday. He’s worked hard to remake himself, and now that he’s bought The Fisherman’s Friend he’s within inches of achieving his dreams.

Six months ago, Scott had a one-night stand with Maccabe, a feisty Omega. Maccabe didn’t know he was on the verge of going into heat, but when he realized he was pregnant, he figured it out. Maccabe hasn’t had an easy life either. As a teenage runaway he spent a few years making bad choices before he turned his life around.

Neither of them are ready to be parents. Neither of them expects to fall in love. But that’s what’s happening. And now it’s up to them to make the right choices.

Scott has purchased the “Fisherman’s Friend”, a bar needing a lot of renovation and TLC. But he’s not afraid of a little hard work and Scott is thrilled to finally own his own place. Scott has worked hard to save his money, change his ways and this bar is finally the culmination of Scott turning his life around. Only Maccabe is the first person to walk through his door, and suddenly Scott has a whole lot more than just a run-down bar on his hands.

I quite enjoyed this short story and loved watching Scott effectively turn his whole life around. I was only a little surprised at the male-pregnancy sub-plot. This is the second Omega wolves book I’ve read, so I knew this particular paranormal world supports male-pregnancies in Omega wolves, though I’d love to know some of the history/explanation of how it’s possible. While I’m unsure if either Scott or Maccabe have been introduced in previous books in the series, I found the story and characters stood up well as a standalone.

I found myself with a number of questions that were never really fully answered. Are there any females in this paranormal world? I don’t believe there have been any women in either of the Omega stories I’ve read so far. How (physiologically) can the Omega men get pregnant and give birth? While I completely understand the author can’t go through a whole bunch of world-explaining each and every story – particularly considering how short the two stories I’ve read are and the main point are the romantic relationships – I feel I can’t be the only reader with these and many other questions.

In particular there was one scene in this story toward the end where the author could well have given a little more explanation on the whole pregnancy/anatomy aspect of the world and Omega wolves and this was glossed over to the extent where even a very careful re-read doesn’t give me any real answers. I can appreciate that a full-blown medical anatomy class isn’t sexy or conductive to a spicy romance, but answers on how the world and therefore the characters within it operate would have made this story feel far richer and deeper to my mind for it.

I really liked the pacing of the story. I felt that both Scott and Maccabe are well introduced and fleshed out as characters – they don’t simply lock eyes and instantly fall in lust in the first few pages. Their characters are interesting and not standard alpha-hero/submissive-boyfriend cardboard cut outs. I enjoyed both Scott and Maccabe thoroughly and found them interesting and vibrant in their own rights. The buildup and chemistry between them felt realistic and sexy to me. The plot around them (both the personal/relationship plot and the whole pregnancy/starting a new life plots) were engaging to me and had me eagerly turning the pages.

With great characters, a decent plot and some steamy hot sex, I feel this is a story that should appeal to many readers.

Chapter And Verse by Willa Okati


Chapter And Verse by Willa Okati
Omega Wolves book 7
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (56 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play, Toys
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Put aside by his former mate for his inability to bear children, Omega Lane retreated into the Alaskan interior and has lived there alone ever since. He’s a lone wolf and a hermit, not part of the world and no longer wanting to be.

Until Carey comes across his path. Younger, and also an Omega, Carey’s on the run from an Alpha who won’t take no for an answer. Though Carey thinks at first he might be pregnant, he soon learns that isn’t the case — instead, he’s going into heat.

Carey doesn’t want or trust an Alpha anywhere near him. Lane, who has kept his preference for Omegas hidden for years, is the only one Carey chooses to trust. But can Lane let Carey into his life after living alone for so long?

And what if Carey decides he doesn’t want to leave?

Lane lives in the middle of the wilderness in Alaska – with nary another person around – and he likes it exactly this way. But even he can’t avoid the odd spot of shopping he has to do a few times a year. Waiting for the train, he’s astonished when another Omega stumbles out of the snow, wary and clearly running from something. Lane’s curiosity gets the better of him and despite his self-imposed exile, he helps the young man.

Normally I don’t read books out of order in a series, but I was pleased to find I could pick this one up and follow along fairly easily. I really enjoyed both Lane and Carey’s characters. I was very surprised with the male-pregnancy aspect of the story and the alluded to rape. While the act wasn’t given specific detail, Carey did explain to Lane how it was he came to be pregnant – and I feel these two things might turn off some readers.

I found the world fairly easy to follow along with and I was really pleased that there wasn’t a whole bunch of “Omega world specific” stuff that left me mystified. As a new reader to the series I was impressed and grateful that the author explained the various world/setting-differences as they came up in the story – so there was no info dumping which I’m not a fan of. I also really enjoyed how well the plot and sex were intertwined in the story. At no stage did I feel like one or the other were overshadowing the other, nor did it feel like a trade off – sex then plot then sex etc – they were very well meshed and so the story felt really well balanced and I found myself sinking into the short story and thoroughly enjoying it all.

With interesting characters, a really solid plot and some astonishingly hot sex, I found this to be a very well-rounded book that ticked a whole bunch of good boxes for me. While I can appreciate this certainly won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, I found it hotly written and the world and plot were excellently handled by the author. I will definitely be looking up more stories in this series.

Snake Eyes by Anne Kane


Snake Eyes by Anne Kane
Mercenaries Book 5
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (43 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Snake may not be the nicest guy you ever met, but he has his own code of honor, and he does everything in his power to live up to it. Keeping his hands off his Sergeant’s sister-in-law, no matter how sexy she is, is definitely in the code.

Wren has the hots for Snake but is frustrated that he can’t seem to see her as anything other than Dee’s kid sister. When she sees him sneak out after dark, she suspects he’s going to meet a lover and follows him, determined to finally make him see her as the mature sexy woman she is.

Unfortunately, things don’t go exactly according to plan. She manages to get herself captured and Snake is forced to come to her rescue.

Wren wasn’t scared by Snake, not his scars, not the haunted look in his eyes. She saw the grace and strength in his walk, the sensual appeal of his mouth. Wren has waited forever for Snake to see her as more than the kid sister of his friend’s woman. When they finally come together it’s everything and more she could have hoped for, dreamed of. Can they make this new thing between them work?

I liked how this book started straight off the bat. In the opening paragraph Snake and Wren come together intimately, consummating months of pent-up need and desire on both their parts. I didn’t mind this as the story is quite short, but I know many readers often prefer a slower build up to their stories. Personally, I liked that the story started hot and then after that first sex scene we can see Wren and Snake begin to build their relationship together properly.

Having not read any of the previous book in this series, I was pleased to find I caught on to the plot and background fairly quickly. I was a little surprised to find the story is set in a sort of futuristic/alternate Earth style setting (with quite simple to understand differences, like “cred chip”, “Alliance members” and “com unit” – those sorts of things). I found the explanations were crisp and didn’t feel too much to me like info-dumping.

There was an interesting amount of plot in the middle of the book – and I feel there were clear indications of where future stories in this series might be heading. While I loved the plot – the story felt a little like the sex scenes were just sandwiched in before and after the actual story itself. Indeed, I personally feel if the first chapter sex scene and the final couple of pages (also a sex scene) had been deleted this wouldn’t have been an erotic romance at all, but more an action/adventure futuristic style story with just a hint of spicy chemistry between the hero and heroine. Readers wanting a full-blown erotic romance story might not find the erotic element quite as satisfying as those happier with the action-based plot element. Personally I found the story is a good one, just slightly imbalanced for an erotic romance.

A great, strongly plotted story with two very interesting characters and a great, fresh premise. I thoroughly enjoyed this story.

Hot Tin Roof by Julia Talbot


Hot Tin Roof by Julia Talbot
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (45 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Lynx shifter Aleks is a stripper by night. That’s how he pays his rent. He tries not to mix business with pleasure, which is usually easy enough — his customers are mostly bridal parties, and Aleks is into guys. Then the most beautiful man he’s ever seen walks into the club, and all bets are off.

Rafe is also a big cat shifter, and he’s immediately drawn to Aleks and all that amazing golden skin. Too bad Rafe doesn’t want anything full time, especially since Aleks wants a Master as well as a lover. Can they find enough common ground to make it work, or will Aleks end up back on stage?

Aleks likes his job at Hot Tin Roof. It doesn’t bother him to dance or strip because he has a strict rule to only play with humans. Never a shifter and never a cat larger than he is. Only then comes Rafe, and soon Aleks is sorely tempted to throw caution – and all his sensible rules – right out the window.

I enjoyed this slow-paced erotic romance. I loved that we saw the whole progression of the relationship in such a short story. When Aleks and Rafe meet Rafe recognizes exactly what Aleks is, and that knowledge tempts Aleks to cast aside his normally quite sober rules. I loved the pacing the author gave this story, a lovely slow burn that really appealed to me. I enjoyed getting to know both characters, watching them learn about each other and finally come together.

The chemistry between the two men was astounding and this helped make me feel like that final consummation was just explosive. I loved the building tension between Aleks and Rafe and felt their happiness together was just the icing on the cake. There is a very small amount of BDSM lifestyle in the story – Aleks is submissive at heart, and while Rafe likes to be in charge the sex between them isn’t strictly BDSM, some of their relationship discussion and preferences lean in that direction.

I found this to be an interesting, emotional and relationship-focused erotic story and one I greatly enjoyed. I’d happily read both more stories from the author and more in this series down the track.