Remy Davies is under pressure, as the designer for an opulent gothic wedding. There's the over-stressed bride, a trinity of vampire-obsessed bridesmaids, a wayward groom, and then there's the best man . . . Silk looks like he's been drawn by a manga artist; beautiful, exotic, and with a predatory sexuality. Remy has to have him, in her bed and between the pages of her new catalogue. Remy is about to launch herself into the alternative fashion world, and Silk is going to sell it for her whether he knows it or not. But Silk is nobody's toy, and for all his androgyny, he's determinedly heterosexual. Pity, since Remy's biggest fantasy is to see him making out with her Japanese biker, sometime boyfriend, Takeshi.
‘Her Husband’s Lover’s’ is a sexy Regency romance from Madelynne Ellis, author of the bestselling Mischief book ‘Anything But Vanilla’.
Emma is the respectable wife of Lyle Langley, and is shocked when she realises she attracted to one of her father’s guests at the family estate.
Robert, Lord Darleston is like no other man she’s ever met. He’s flamboyant, charming and terrifies her as much as he arouses her. Nor is Emma the only person caught under his spell...
Forced into an arranged marriage, Lord Robert Darleston has a reputation as a rake. His bitter, scheming wife’s rumormongering drives him from London into the heart of the English countryside. Here, fate unexpectedly reunites Darleston with his former lover, Lyle Langley.
Torn apart by the intervention of their families, the primary barrier to their reunion is now Lyle’s wife, Emma. A woman Darleston is fascinated by and has no wish to disrespect. All seems hopeless until Lyle admits his marriage to Emma is unconsummated. And both husband and wife only have eyes for one man: Lord Robert Darleston. Who proposes a plan: if he can win Emma over, then maybe they can all find happiness together. Old ghosts, a jealous wife, and an outraged father stand in his way.
Lusting after more than ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’? ‘Anything But Vanilla’ is the perfect read for you.
Kara North is on the run. Fleeing from her controlling fiancé and a wedding she never wanted, she accepts the chance offer of refuge on Liddell Island, where she soon catches the eye of the island’s owner, erotic photographer Ric Liddell.
But pleasure comes in more than one flavour when Zachary Blackwater, the charming ice-cream vendor also takes an interest, and wants more than just a tumble in the surf. Zach offers her warmth that she never felt from her fiancé, and soon it’s not just the ice cream that’s melting.
When Kara learns that the two men have been unlikely lovers for years, she becomes obsessed with the idea of a threesome. Soon Kara is wondering how she ever considered committing herself to just one man.
1800 - Three years after escaping to London with her bisexual lovers, Bella Rushdale wakes one morning to find their delicate ménage a trois about to shatter. Vaughan, Marquis of Pennerley has left abruptly and without any explanation.
Determined to reclaim him and preserve their relationship, Bella pursues him to his family seat on the Welsh Borders, where she finds herself embroiled in his preparations for a diabolical gothic celebration on All Hallows Eve - a phantasmagoria. Among the shadows and phantoms, Bella and her lovers will peel away the deceits and desires of past and future.
The sequel to A Gentleman's Wager
Adie Hamilton is young, ambitious and wants to make a name for herself in Egyptology. When the enigmatic and sexy Killian Carmichael invites her to join his research team at the desert necropolis of Saqqara it's not all dusty tombs and broken pots. Whilst Adie is drawn into the search for a vital missing fragment of an erotic mural, Dareth Sadler, a charismatic leader of a cult hooked on sex magic, arrives to threaten the future of the project. Sadler is Killian's bitter rival, so it's up to Adie to keep one step ahead of Sadler and his scheming coterie of Ankh-wearing New Age groupies.
The desert landscape and the hidden chambers of its monument are suffused with sybaritic secrets. They have a beguiling effect on the archaeological team and everyone who is drawn to learn more about the mysterious erotic rites of the ancient Egyptians.
The Sequel to ANYTHING BUT VANILLA.
One disastrous marriage was all it took for Ric Liddell to give up on commitment, so when his ‘no strings’ arrangement with
Zach Blackwater and Kara North hits the rocks due to a plague of interfering busybodies, he retreats to what feels safe — sex, filthy sex, and even more filthy sex, in no particular order.
Zach wants Ric, and not just for their connection in the sack. When his lover hurts him, he’s willing to look elsewhere for the stability he craves — and he doesn’t have to look far, because Kara’s right there.
The guys are hot, and the sex is dirty, but for Kara, caught in the middle of Zach and Ric’s emotional absurdity, it’s painfully clear their threesome just can’t last. Unless they can somehow set their fears aside and accept they need one another to be whole.
She follows him to give it back, and is soon drawn into a situation
she never dreamed possible, behaving in a way she never thought she would. She seems to respond to Ben at some animal level, and it's frightening. Should she follow her head, say goodbye and carry on her way to work? Or go with him and explore her adventurous side?
Contemporary romance with a sizzling erotic element.
Pursuing sexual adventure online, Susanna finds a soul mate among the anonymous onanists. But is it possible the mystery man lives in her own building?
Leda's first love brings tenderness, heartbreak and a powerful sexual awakening at the behest of Paul and Rachel, two very different best friends.
Some couples find as time passes they start to become like brother and sister. For Aaron and Katherine, it's more complicated.
Krissy Kneen is a bookseller and writer. She is the author of a short collection of erotica, Swallow the Sound, and a memoir, Affection. She lives in Brisbane with her husband and no pets.
'With nods to Anais Nin and Vladimir Nabokov, Kneen writes with tenderness, joy and delight. Each character is genuinely curious about the possibilities of sexual pleasure. Their sexual lives are woven with humility, desire and transgression...Someone once said the difference between pornography and art is that pornography makes you stop and have sex, while art makes you keep reading. The jury is out with Triptych: it's delightful, courageous and juicy but be warned, it might take you a while to finish.' Big Issue
'Make no mistake: Triptych is pornography (or, if you prefer, erotica) but it's the type Angela Carter must have had in mind when she wrote about the "moral pornographer", someone who fosters acceptance for "a world of absolute sexual licence for all genders, and projects a model of the way such a world might work". Triptych does this not by being didactic or presenting stereotypically "empowering" scenarios, but by showing people joyfully, shamelessly doing things usually labelled as sordid and shameful. Whether reading it helps you get off or just increases your understanding of how others might, a happy ending is guaranteed.' Weekend Australian
'As everyone who has ever tried to do it knows, writing well about sex is difficult to the point of impossibility. But Krissy Kneen, as readers of her first book, Affection, will be aware, is one of the few writers around who seems to be able to manage it...I have great admiration for this book and frankly enjoyed reading it but it's definitely not for the squeamish.' Bendigo Advertiser
'Kneen gets away with it all. Her writing is leisured and quite seductive. And there certainly aren't too many other writers out there who could pull off a book of this nature.' Saturday Age
'If you plan to read only one book in which a woman has sex with a dog, pony and octopus, make it Triptych. Kneen's interconnected erotic stories happily transgress every sexual taboo, but Triptych doesn't just intend to shock. It's also unexpectedly tender, funny, disturbingly relatable and very, very readable.' Benjamin Law
'This is an astounding look at different sorts of love, and Kneen is above all, a sensualist.' Adelaide Advertiser
'Not many self-confessed perverts can write as well as Krissy Kneen. Rave
However, as the two begin working together, Lillian is shocked to discover a side to Master B that she never knew existed. The more time she spends with Master B, the more she finds herself craving to be dominated by his touch.
As Lillian and her new her Master begin to explore their feelings for each other, will they be able to overcome the shadows of their past? And what will happen when Lillian’s former Dom realizes that she is no longer his to control