The Visitor Comes for Good

Friendly Ménage Tales

Book 1
Stillpoint/Eros via PublishDrive

It’s the world’s oldest story: a girl, her fireman... and her other firemen.

Lea, Sean, and Andy learn that three may be a crowd, but it’s just the right crowd for burning down the house.

When Lea heads off to Atlanta for a job interview, all she's thinking about is the work. Well, and Sean, her best friend's brother. Sean, the tall, muscular firefighter. With the gentle Southern drawl and the wicked smile. Whose couch she's going to be sleeping on.
Well, actually, whose couch she hopes very much shewon'tbe sleeping on. But it turns out that Andy, Sean's roommate, is another, equally hot Southern firefighter, and so when a visitor — or perhaps two — joins Lea on that couch, it sparks a series of events that none of them could possibly have foreseen.
But that none of them regrets. Not even a little bit.
This collection contains all seven installments in The Visitor Saga —plus the wild sequel!

1 — The Visitor
2 — The Visitor Comes Home
3 — The Visitor Comes Again
4 — The Visitor Goes to Work
5 — The Visitor Entertains
6 — The Visitor Takes a Trip
7 — The Visitor Has Company
Bonus — The Visitor's Wedding: Goddess

Extract (from "The Visitor"):

When she walked back up the stairs to the apartment a couple of hours later, she had in one hand an enormous bag full of barbecue chicken from the same joint she’d had lunch at, with orders of fried okra and corn bread. In the other hand, she swung a bottle of Maker’s Mark, with which she knocked on the door.
Just like the day before, a muffled voice called out, “C’me in! It’s unlocked.”
“Can’t!” she called back. “Hands full!”
“Hold on,” said a slightly closer voice, and the door swung open, revealing Sean, who was still wearing nothing but low-slung pajama bottoms.
Andy was sitting at the kitchen table, identically dressed.
“Haven’t you guys even gotten dressed all day?” Lea laughed and gave Sean a sound kiss on the lips.
He looked astonished, but Andy scowled.
“None of that!” burbled Lea, dancing into the kitchen and giving him an equally sound smooch. That seemed to cheer him up. “Tonight, we’re celebrating!” She held up the barbecue and the bourbon.
They were happy to go along with this plan, and were soon all stuffed and pleasantly buzzed. Between the warmth, the Southern humidity, the food, and the alcohol, Lea was getting sweaty, but she couldn’t have cared less. She was hoping to get a whole lot sweatier. Now which of you was my mystery man last night, she found herself wondering as she took off her jacket and tossed it in the general direction of the pullout. And am I going to get him to f—k me again, or am I going to try out the other one. Or...
She looked back at the two men, whiskey-wild thoughts bouncing through her head.
They were both staring at her. At her chest. Both licking their lips.

(MF, MMF ménage à trois. Bisexuality. FMF and MFF interracial. Reverse harem. Wedding orgy. Explicit language and scenes of sexuality between consenting adults. Adult readers only.)

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Stillpoint/Eros via PublishDrive
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Apr 14, 2017
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Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
Literary Collections / LGBT
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Is three really the magic number?
Jen and Jack’s marriage is magical — in more ways than one
But that doesn’t mean that something isn’t missing

When they were young, Jack and Jen fought and won a war, and came out heroes. Then they got married, got jobs, raised kids, and lived, for the most part, happily ever after.

But Jen’s childhood best friend has been missing for nearly twenty years, and Jen’s beginning to give up hope.

A game of very adult let’s-pretend leads to a discovery that is very magical indeed, but that could destroy Jen’s life.

Or could lift it to a whole new plane.

What happens when rediscovering your youth leads to discovering something new about yourself?

(Novel-length contemporary fantasy best friends and lovers ménage, FFM threesome)

She rolled swiftly on top of him and stared down. “One more year.”
He peered up at her quizzically.
“If she hasn’t turned up by her birthday, next Halloween,” — her fortieth — “if there isn’t some new clue to where she is, we can put the house on the market. And… And put up a headstone for her. One more year.”
Jack smiled and caressed her ear with his thumb. “You still miss her, I know.”
Jen nodded. It was hard to explain — Bridgid and Jen had known each other since Brigid’s family moved to Elysium, but when they had all woken up from the nightmare of their twelfth-grade year at the Mountain, it had been Bridgid who had held Jen together. As much as Jack had saved Jen — had become her lover, and so much more — Bridgid was the one who brought her back to the land of the living. How could anyone so lonely be so loving and lovely? “She was wonderful. She is.”
Jack’s grin broadened. “She was. She is.” He pushed up onto one elbow and kissed her, and for a few minutes, Jen felt very young, and very alive, and very whole.
After some time, Jen leaned up from him, grinning herself down at her husband who was looking very self-satisfied there on the lacy bedspread, embroidered unicorns and phoenixes, eagles and dragons gamboling around his head. “You look pleased with yourself, Phalen.”
“Well,” Jack answered, “who wouldn’t, getting to look up at a sight as beautiful as you?”
“Flatterer,” she laughed, pleased. “Want to see more?” Before he could answer or she could stop herself, she pulled the tattered racing jersey she wore for cleaning over her head.
30 Tales of Love Outside the Box from Amazon Best-Selling Author K.D. West!
Two collections in one — including the complete Visitor Saga

A young woman flying to her new home city discovers that sometimes embracing the unknown can be very, very nice. A happily married couple discover that sometimes a touch of fantasy can make you even happier. A student convinces her former teacher and her best friend to give her a birthday present that none of them will ever forget.
Drawn together from six different series, this boxed set runs the gamut from emotionally complex to hilarious and everything in between — but always exploring the ways in which love, friendship, sex, and sexuality make us human.
The stories in this box set include:
The Visitor Saga
1. The Visitor (M/F, M/M/F, friends to lovers)
2. The Visitor Comes Home (bisexuality, ménage à trois. F/M/M, implied F/F)
3. The Visitor Comes Again (workplace sex, bisexuality, ménage à trois. F/M/M)
4. The Visitor Goes to Work (solo, ménage à trois. F/M/M)
5. The Visitor Entertains (pegging, bisexuality, ménage à trois. F/M/M)
6. The Visitor Takes a Trip (bisexuality, homosexuality, ménage à trois. F/M/M, M/M, F/M, F/M/F)
7. The Visitor Has Company (bisexuality, ménage à trois. F/M/M, F/F/M, M/M, F/M)
Around the Twist
1. Over the Top (new adult, best friends to lovers, first time, M/F/M, M/F)
2. Under the Covers (new adult, F/M)
3. Out of the Box (submission, pegging. M/F)
4. On the Table (best friends to lovers, ménage à trois. F/M/F)
Friendly Ménage Tales
1. Truth & Games (best friends to lovers, F/M/M)
2. Verity (M/M/F)
3. The Trouble with Triplets, Pt. I (M/F/M, M/F)
4. Fantasy Is More than Black and White (M/F, implied F/F, implied F/M/M/F)
Juliet Takes Flight
1. Juliet Takes Stage (student/teacher, M/F)
2. Juliet Takes Off (first time, student/teacher, M/F)
3. Juliet Takes Her Leave (solo)
4. Juliet Take a Chance (solo, bisexuality, best friends to lovers, lesbian, M/F, F/F)
5. Juliet Takes the Floor (solo, M/F, F/F, implied threesome)
6. Juliet Takes Charge (bisexuality, student/teacher, best friends to lovers, ménage à trois. F/M, F/F, F/F/M)
Love Letters: Letters to Allison
1. Dear Juliet (solo)
2. Sweet Sorrow: from Allison’s Diary (M/F)
3. Dana: Thing of Beauty (first time, student/teacher, M/F)
4. Bridget (M/F)
5. Rachel: The Big Easy (strangers to lovers, M/F)
6. Veronica: Arise, Fair Sun (UST, M/F)
7. Epilogue: Love, Juliet (M/F)
Sapphic Fairytales
1. Two Candles (family-safe lesbian fairytale. F/F — no sex)
2. Lily & Rose (family-safe lesbian fairytale. F/F — no sex)
3. Plus a sneak preview of K.D. West’s contemporary fantasy novel By the Numbers (best friends to lovers, F/M, F/F/M, F/F)
(210,000 words - M/F, M/M/F, M/F/F, and F/F romance, with male and female bisexuality - for adult readers only)

Right off the bat, let’s be clear: K.D. West is an excellent writer.
- K.C. Cave
Strong recommend.... This is one that will stick with me in my thoughts. Great stories do that, and this is one of those.
- Sylvie Storm, EreadErotica
Ellen DeGeneres published her first book of comic essays, the #1 bestselling My Point...and I Do Have One, way back in 1996. Not one to rest on her laurels, the witty star of stage and screen has since dedicated her life to writing a hilarious new book. That book is this book.
After years of painstaking, round-the-clock research, surviving on a mere twenty minutes of sleep a night, and collaborating with lexicographers, plumbers, and mathematicians, DeGeneres has crafted a book that is both easy to use and very funny. Along with her trademark ramblings, The Funny Thing Is...contains hundreds of succinct insights into her psyche, supplemented by easy-to-understand charts, graphs, and diagrams so that you'll never miss a joke.
Overseeing all aspects of production, DeGeneres labored over details both significant and insignificant, including typefaces, page number placement, and which of the thousands of world languages to use. Ultimately she selected English, as it's her mother tongue, but translations into Hindi and Pig Latin are already in the works.
DeGeneres takes an innovative approach to the organization of her book by utilizing a section in the beginning that includes the name of each chapter, along with a corresponding page number. She calls it the "Table of Contents," and she is confident that it will become the standard to which all books in the future will aspire.
Some of the other innovative features you'll find in this edition:
• More than 50,000 simple, short words arranged in sentences that form paragraphs.
• Thousands of observations on everyday life -- from terrible fashion trends to how to handle seating arrangements for a Sunday brunch with Paula Abdul, Diane Sawyer, and Eminem.
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Sure to make you laugh, The Funny Thing an indispensable reference for anyone who knows how to read or wants to fool people into thinking they do.
Rémy de Garoudin, Chevalier de Saint-Cyr, has been a bad, bad boy

It's bad enough for a French aristocrat to have to spend one night a month as a loup garou. It's the Age of Enlightenment, for goodness sake. 

When Rémy puts his wife and young son at risk, Shifting outside of his sanctuary/prison, however, he runs into the woods, wracked with shame, guilt — and blood lust.

As the moon sets and he regains his human form — and human regrets — a young witch offers to give him the atonement he urgently seeks.

All it will take is a lash or two... from her wand.

(8,000 word BDSM, paranormal/shifter erotic romance set in eighteenth-century France)


“You came seeking punishment,” muses Séléné. “You wished to atone for your sins.”

“Yes,” chokes Rémy.

“I see,” Séléné murmurs, and suddenly Rémy is lowered from his ridiculous vantage above the river to just above the humus-covered forest floor. Lowered, but not released, and instead of dangling by his ankle, he shifts to a prone position, facing the ground.

A witch. ‘There are more things in heaven and earth…’

He nearly passes out at the relief of his circulation returning to something like normal.

Naked flesh whispers down the old willow’s rough bark; naked feet slide along a smooth old root that passes just below Rémy’s head.

“Mademoiselle Bonamant — “

“It seems to me,” she says, interrupting in the mildest possible manner, “that what you are looking for is to be treated as a misbehaving student is treated. If I am to do this, it strikes me that you oughtn’t to call me ‘Mademoiselle Bonamant.’“

“Do — ?” Rémy shakes his still-muzzy head. “Look, Séléné, I — “

“Madame Bonamant.”

“I beg — ?”

“I think it would help you if you called me Madame Bonamant. Monsieur de Garoudin.” She moves again, walking by where he hangs, suspended, and he starts to turn his head, but catches sight of a vast and bright expanse of her skin, glowing pink and white, and lowers his gaze again.

He considers what she said. Part of him would happily deny it — he is no schoolboy, but a grown man. But part of him —

Séléné — Madame Bonamant — cries another word in that unknown, strangely familiar language, and Rémy flinches. But the curse is not aimed at him; something falls to the ground not far from him — something fairly light. “‘O slender as a willow wand,’” she sighs.

“M-Madame — ?”

THWACK. A sharp pain like nothing that Rémy has ever felt slices across his lower back — sharp and hot, but sweet and welcome, like the first taste of brandy, and he cries out.

“Monsieur de Garoudin?” Séléné’s voice still sounds as calm and distant as ever. “Was that enough? Do you feel purged?”

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