New collection of kinky tales From bestselling adult novelist Victoria Manley, author of the BDSM extravaganza Daddy's Girl, comes a new collection of erotic short stories that are almost too hot to handle.
Power, eroticism, submission, surrender, and more populate this unique anthology of Manley's tales. Read how a simple arm chair can sometimes be more erotic than a bed, how a lady's bi-curious nature turns into more than she could have ever imagined, how a trip to the doctor's office could turn into a young man's wildest fantasy, and how a younger man teaches an older woman that it is never too late for love. Plus many more surprises! Come explore your passionate side and see if you too can taste the Sweet Tastes of Seduction.
"Victoria Manley writes sensual romantic shorts, which combine quintessential eroticism to enhance the hedonistic properties one feels in the throes of love..." BitBooks.
Cover art: Steve Adams
About the Author
Victoria, being the true southern belle with roots that have rarely crossed the Mason-Dixon Line, lives in sunny Florida with her husband and their two terribly spoiled dogs. She has been writing since junior high, where she spent countless hours curled up on the front porch swing with her trusty notebook, ink pen, iced tea, and killer Chihuahua.
After winning a ninth grade writing contest, she was prompted by her teacher to expand her stories to books, and soon became a published author. What started out as a simple way to express herself quickly became an obsession, and she has been writing ever since. She has now authored eight books, had several stories published in Clean Sheets and Lady Jessika's Adult Story Corner, had stories published on the Erotica Readers and Writers Association website, and was the June 2003 winner of the Silver Clitorides Award.
Having an empty nest now also gives Victoria time for g-rated hobbies which include collecting quotes, playing with her pets, photography, traveling, and shopping. Her husband just nudged her and said she should underline "shopping".
When asked if she had any favorite quotes, she replied, "My genteel southern-born-and-raised mother would tell me to always be nice, quoting; 'You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.' My father would chime in about that time, saying, 'Yes, but you can catch even more with cow manure.'"