PROPERLY, OR NOT AT ALL
PROPERLY, OR NOT AT ALL
“I met a man called Emmett, and now I belong to him.”
Bestselling UK author, Justine Elyot, is back with her latest erotica novel, The Story of Jo.
Due for release on October 1st 2018 by Sinful Press, The Story of Jo takes us on a whirlwind romance through the eyes of Jo, as she gives in to her submissive side under the loving tutelage of Emmett. But when Emmett’s friend and mentor appears on the scene, Jo has to decide if she’s willing to risk everything she has to become submissive to two masters.
Justine Elyot is the author of On Demand, The Business of Pleasure and Meeting Her Match. Her fiction has been published by Black Lace, Xcite, Cleis Press, Constable and Robinson, and Mischief.
(Second edition, published by Sinful Press, 2018)
The world of Mark Parker is steeped in sexual fantasy and hidden away in a small notebook…
“…This is, simply put, Kay Jaybee’s best work to date. It’s imaginative, kinky, sexy and keeps you guessing throughout. So if you’re looking for a well-written, BDSM packed novel with lots of straight and lesbian sex, then you should definitely check out The Voyeur.’ Blog Critics
“…The Voyeur is the pitch black to E.L. James’ shades. A richly dark erotic thriller which keeps you gripped from its sexually charged start and through its twists and turns along the way…. as the girls sexual challenges get packed with more eroticism you start to question whether you want the girls to succeed or not …without knowing the full details and implications….” Amazon
“…if you kink kinky then this is for, you otherwise be warned … this is not Fifty or even Gideon Cross – Mark Parker is in a world of his own…
An excellent story that had me up most the night to get it finished – I HAD to know what was going to happen.” Goodreads.
Ivy Phillips is on a mission. She’s an investigative reporter for the Pasadena Tribune, and is hoping to write the story of the century by infiltrating Pleasure Island claiming to be a submissive. Except, when she gets there, she inadvertently finds herself auctioned off for charity and now has two hunky cowboys who want to own her body and soul.
Dax Johnson and Nate Banks have been a rodeo team – and lovers – for years. But they’ve yearned to add a sweet submissive to their union. When they meet Ivy, Dax knows she is the one for them, and the duo set out on a seductive campaign to win Ivy’s affection.
Set in London in 1865, Fallen is escapism at its best. Justine Elyot tells a wonderful tale with authentic language, and paints a vivid picture of what life would have been like at the time. The story centres around James Stratton, a young man who makes a living by writing erotic stories for anonymous clients, gained via his uncle’s shop, which sells erotic art, amongst other things.
When James receives an intriguing invitation, he is unable to resist. He soon finds himself in a situation where he is frequently encouraged to dominate and punish a blind upper class young woman. Augusta is beautiful, terribly naive, and has led a sheltered life – therefore she finds it easier to allow her employee and companion, Mrs Shaw, to simply take over. But James is no pushover, and when his and Augusta’s relationship develops beyond the physical, drastic action must be taken.
I don’t want to say any more and ruin the surprise, so I’ll just say that this is a wonderfully written, unique book. It’s sexy, seductive and kinky, but is also incredibly romantic. If you enjoy historical erotic romance with lashings (pun intended) of kink, you should definitely check out Fallen.