The House of Dust by Janine Ashbless:
A young Queen who must descend into the Underworld to bring her lover back from the dead...
Ill Met by Moonlight by Portia Da Costa:
A handsome, yet enigmatic stranger who yearns to experience human love and desire...
The Dragon Lord by Olivia Knight:
And a Princess with a sizzling secret which is about to be unleashed...
Described as 'inimitable' and 'legendary' Portia Da Costa has been writing erotic bestsellers for more years than she cares to remember. She's been with Black Lace from the beginning.
Janine Ashbless is a well-established writer of fantasy, horror and erotic fiction. She lives in York.
Olivia Knight is a graduate from Oxford University and a teacher in that city - a place she magically recreates like Phillip Pullman. She is an enthusiast for old religions, folklore and mythology. Her unique blend of fantasy and reality, of science fiction and magic, makes her the new name to watch in erotic romance.
Ambitious young interior designer Annabel Moss is delighted when a new assignment takes her to Leyton hall - home of the very wealthy Lord and Lady Corbett-Wynne. But the grandeur of the house and the impeccable family credentials are a façade for some shockingly salacious practices.
Lord James is spending an unusual amount of time in the stables while his idle son shows little interest in anything save his step-sister, Tania. Meanwhile, Lady Marina is harbouring dark secrets of her own. Annabel is drawn into a world of decadence where anything is allowed as long as a respectable appearance prevails. In an atmosphere of intensity and sexual secrecy, she becomes involved in a variety of interesting situations.
Although Heldenburg seems outwardly respectable, it has a thriving underworld of secret clubs devoted to illicit and bizarre pleasures. Katherine soon finds out from her ally and secret lover, Sergei, that the Count himself is no stranger to these places.Caught up in an intrigue of political treachery, jewel theft and sexual blackmail, Katherine is determined to keep control of her own destiny.
Bear Skin: Hazel is whisked away from her tedious job and humdrum life by the mysterious Arailt, to be his lover 'for a year and a day, without reason and without question.' The only problem is there is more to Arailt than meets the eye - much more!
The Three Riddles: The elves, they say, know the secrets of events - but the queen has no time for superstitions. Ignoring the warnings, she deserts her childhood love, Sir Thomas, for a darkly charismatic foreign duke. As her kingdom crumbles, she longs for her lost love, but can she risk her country on a whim?
The People in the Garden: The beguiling Katia seems to be everything the Count and Countess Malinovsky could ever hope for in a maid and the decadent couple soon embroil the young women in their erotic games. But then strange things begin happening in the grounds of their Gothic manor house. Local people tell of fairies, goblins and unnamable creatures, and there are stories about a girl with an uncanny resemblance to Katia, who disappeared almost a hundred years before.
With a man she can’t resist...
Lizzie finds herself following him to his hotel room for an unforgettable night where she learns the pleasures of submitting to the hands of a master. But what will happen when John discovers that Lizzie is far more than she seems...?
A sexy, thrilling erotic romance for every woman who has ever had a “Pretty Woman” fantasy. Part One of the ‘Accidental’ Trilogy.
After leaving the wrong man, Leah Griffin's not ready to look for the right one. All she wants is to survive the conference she's planning and spend some time with her best friend Kate Edwards. She's not expecting the conference services manager to be so tall, dark and handsome...or so eager to please. It's Brandon Long's job to make Leah happy, but after a scorching interlude in her hotel room, neither can deny business has become pleasure.
Smart, driven and successful attorney Katherine Edwards has spent her life doing the right thing but . Charles Dixon is a bad choice she can't help but make - over and over. A conference and a promotion bring Kate back to Pennsylvania and suddenly, Dix wants far more than a few nights in random hotel rooms. He wants something permanent and Katherine has to figure out if sometimes a wrong choice isn't exactly what a woman needs.