There’s a unicorn in the forest and Princess Adaline will do anything to catch it, even if it means sneaking out of the palace grounds under cover of twilight.
When her midnight caper is interrupted by the burly village blacksmith, she makes him an irresistible offer – a single night to play with her lush, untouched body – in exchange for his silence and his help
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An anointed knight should never look at a princess the way he looks at her. She feels his dark gaze on her – always. Innocent as she may be, she knows that this is not the protective gaze of a royal guard. This is something darker, something resembling hunger. She is unsettled when he stares so brazenly at her ripe young breasts, her honey brown eyes, her full lips. Is it fear that’s building up within her? Or is it something else entirely?
When kidnappers invade the palace and steal the royal heiress away, she finds herself at the mercy of a wicked plot. Bound, panicked, and barely clothed, the princess helplessly awaits her fate in a remote tower, surrounded by those who wish her harm.
She knows only the wolfish knight can save her now. But will he rescue her? Or will the sight of her lush body tied to that beam stir something in him that he can’t resist? Can he control his desire? And truly, does she want him to?
So, let’s just get one thing out in the open. I really love sex scenes. Like, a lot. But, also, most sex scenes are terrible. There. It’s been said.
Why terrible? Well, there are a few reasons. First you get the people who seemingly have no idea how the mechanics of sex work. Then you get the foreplay foregoers (the worst) and the euphemism enthusiasts (for the love of God, please don’t compare intercourse to microwaving a hotdog. There’s an associative smell. I can’t read your work ever again).
So, when I stumble upon shockingly hot sex (or even just hot flirting) from the most unexpected of authors, I feel it is my civic duty to share that knowledge with the world at large.
Case in point, I was in the mood for gothic ghosts and post-war scenery when I picked up The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James. Three weeks later, I’d read her entire published catalog and had every sex scene bookmarked as a reference point on how to do it right. That woman writes hot sex. She should do it more often.
But that’s the problem, isn’t it? Good smut is hard to find and great writers are often discouraged from being explicit. There’s plenty of straight-up pencil porn out there that jumps right into humptown with no context or character development, and while that’s all good for a huge demographic, the only reason I’m reading instead of browsing pornhub is because I want context (and to avoid 40 minute blowjob sequences, genital slapping, and various baffling habits that are apparently sexy to someone, somewhere).
So, that’s why we have to share. As I build my master list of “hot stuff you guys should totally check out,” I’ll devote a whole page to it, but consider this post a taster while I work around to actually getting a few stories up and running.