Award-winning BDSM fictions!
In Come True, award-winning author Adrian Hunter explores the forbidden fantasies of men who take without asking, and women who yearn to be taken. In 2000, he was the recipient of the "Best Bondage Writer" award from SIGNY. His short stories, novellas and poetry have been compiled in four volumes: Chain Reaction, Come True, Crash Your Party Dress and Something Just Clicked.
This anthology of Hunter's work features "Marquise," a novella about the adventures of a woman and her online boyfriend who discover the dramatic difference between cyberspace and real life, plus one of his most enduring works, "Out of Commission," a tale of a sales rep who literally gets more than she bargained for. Come True also includes two stories about immovable objects that don't object to being objectified, "Statuesque" and "Nu de Maître" by frequent collaborator Chelsea Shepard.
Adrian Hunter's erotic fiction is the kind of torture that only hurts when it stops!
About the Author
The master of BDSM erotica, Adrian Hunter’s smooth and kinky bondage stories explore both the beauty and the beast of BDSM through the eyes of its participants. His award-winning bondage books are populated with unforgettable characters and searing scenes that capture the tension, the confusion and the compulsion of men who are driven to dominate, and the women who submit to their darkest desires.
Adrian Hunter’s electrifying BDSM fantasies push the envelope of propriety, if not sanity, with dazzling visions of a distant world right next door, where relentless sexual torment is the prize, not the punishment.
Hunter´s short stories, novellas, essays and poetry have appeared in dozens of erotica compilations, publications and webzines, including MASTER/slave, Clean Sheets, Prometheus and Darker Pleasures. Anthologies of his work include: Chain Reaction; Come True; Crash Your Party Dress; and Something Just Clicked. He has also co-authored two full-length novels with Chelsea Shepard: Association and Once Bitten. His latest bdsm thriller, Ace of Slaves, was published in 2003. In 2000, he was the recipient of the "Best Bondage Writer" award from SIGNY.