Bad girls get their just desserts and are trained to behave in this brilliant new collection by R. Greco, bestselling author of Naughty Girls - Who Deserve to be Punished.
Included are Greco's epic story of Age Play, "Daddy and His Girls"; a tale of strict discipline, "Training"; an account of a bad girl brought to heel publicly, "Blushing at Mel's," and five other unforgettable stories.
R. Greco knows the bdsm scene inside and out. He's is an internationally published writer whose erotica has been featured in zines like Oysters and Chocolate, Trajan, and Tassles and Tales, as well as anthologies such as Five Minute Fantasies and Chimeraworld. His books Naughty Girls and Naughty Boys have been published by SizzlerEditions.com.
About the Author
R. Greco is the editor-in-chief for the international fashion latex magazine Von Gutenberg (as well as its online blog writer/editor), sex columnist and reviewer for shortandsweetnyc.com & shortandsweetla.com, and a regular contributor to thingswomenwant.com, Orgasm.com and many others.
Greco is also an internationally published author of short stories (appearing as they have in small press, major market and online around the world as well as in stand-alone author collections), essays, SEO copy for a diverse array of clients including escorts.
As an ASCAP licensed songwriter for over two decades, Greco has written and performed his instrumentals, acoustic-based rock ditties and more up and down the east coast (and some abroad) and he also spends some time on this new fangled Interweb thang all the kids are into as a web-based D.J. and radio show co-host. He also seen his one-act plays produced across the U.S.
Given the above fiddle-dee-dee and folderol, in an attempt to keep his ever-expanding ego in the respectable bounds of his own cranium, R. Greco makes his home in the wilds of suburban New Jersey where he was born/bred and raised just like a fallow young veal. It is in those wild environs, jumping from Quick Check’s in search of 1% milk and lottery scratch-offs, that R. coddles the hope that he can keep escaping the tsunami of adoration that would find him if he was humble enough to allow it.