"A Candle Loses Nothing By Lighting Another Candle" - Father James Keller

Friday, August 31, 2012

Mystical Mayhem Release Giveaway!

I'm so excited about the release of Mystical Mayhem. The title says it all: mystical with a huge mix of different paranormal creatures featuring a chimera and a woman with a dragon spirit, along with vampires and witches and mothmen, etc.; plus mayhem which not only involves the mixing of different paranormal creatures with evil plans but also a black opps CIA group of paranormals with plans to stop them. 

It is already available at the NNP Store.

Look for it soon at ARE, Amazon and more. 

So, to celebrate this release weekend, I am giving away one t-shirt with the Coming Soon Mystical Mayhem Image on it. The t-shirt is an x-large from Vistaprint in white.

Image from Vistaprint preview
 Close up of Image on t-shirt

To enter, email me at howell.kiki@gmail.com with "MM T-Shirt Giveaway" in the Subject Line. I'll choose a winner on Tuesday :)

Okay, here is a little information on the novella!

When rogue shifters capture Aiyanna, a Native American Indian with a dragon spirit, she finds herself tied to the wall of a cave, about to be the sacrifice in their twisted sex ritual. Their intention is to conceive another chimera, the legendary paranormal superman of Alaska. What the group didn’t plan for is the real chimera, Xander, coming to their sacrifice’s rescue.

Once in his cave, as Xander cares for Aiyanna’s wounds and shares a little of his rough life, the two find they’re mates. The next step in their lives should be clear. Instead, in this world gone mad, where paranormal creatures who once lived secretly on the fringes of society are currently joining together for evil purposes, indecision reigns. As lines are drawn, war ensues and personal struggles mount, Xander is called to join a Special Activities Division of the CIA. Decisions must be made even as the mystical mayhem continues around them.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012


The Vampire’s Witch, Book 1 of At War in the Willows trilogy


The Willows is a resort town run by vampires, werewolves and witches. Here, their true identities are kept secret from humans, and intimate relations between the individual clans are strictly forbidden.

When it becomes known that the vampire Amberlyn has fallen in love with the werewolf Kane, the tedious line of their co-existence has been crossed. Caught in the crossfire of this revelation, Drake, the vampire clan leader and Amberlyn’s maker, is killed along with an innocent witch. These deaths spark a series of horrific events leading to an all out War In The Willows.

In Book 1, The Vampire’s Witch…Amberlyn’s vampire brother, Isaac, always one to kick ass first and deal with the consequences later, kidnaps a witch, Winter. He intends to find out what type of retaliation the witch clan is planning against the vampires and werewolves. In doing so, he finds so much more then he bargained for.

By Book 2, The Vampire’s Wolf…Isaac and Winter devise a plan to try to get the Elders of the clans talking peacefully. But, things don’t go as they’d hoped, and the fighting between the clans becomes more devious – deadly. Now, Devin, another vampire of Drake’s making, steps in to help pick up some of the pieces.

When Book 3, The Vampire’s Human begins, it is Devin who hides the biggest secret; he’s in love with a local human. In a moment of desperation – of love – Devin sweeps this human, Sara, away to his home in order to keep her out of harm’s way.

Unexpected close encounters, bodies ripe with need, and situations beyond their control lead to forbidden relationships. Now three vampires, a witch, a werewolf and a human must ride along the edges of the rules. They will attempt once unthinkable romantic entanglements despite all those who oppose their relationships, while fighting for their lives as well.

With the Willows full of violence and bloodshed, meetings and magic amiss, will the clans ever be able to find peace among them again? Or, will this war destroy the Willows?


The Vampire’s Witch by Kiki Howell


One draw of blood into his mouth, and her hips violently trembled. She cried out, but rather than sensing her pleasure, he felt she was casting a spell on him. Her magic poured over him, through him like blood through his veins. He felt her climax as it traveled deep into his groin, filling the area with pleasure. His cock was rock hard, waves of contractions flowed through him. Thoughts, not his, entered his head, my Goddess, Isaac Roberts, just made me come! Fuck me Isaac.
He pulled back. Staring at her, he only realized he’d left the wound marks open on her thigh when blood dripped onto his leg. He licked over tiny holes to seal her flesh, to let it start to heal, before turning back to confront her.
“You did that on purpose. You pushed thoughts into my head.”
“Yes. Mind games. I’m a witch. I’m brilliant at them.”
“But, so easily. Can you hear my thoughts?”
“If I wanted to, I could control them. You vamps don’t fear us for nothing. But, I wouldn’t do that to you. I think you know that. I think you can feel enough of me, of my magic, to know I’m not a threat to you.”
Isaac nodded, looking at her body, her skin glowing in the light of the few lamps that were still on. He realized he’d slept with the light on last night; his face exposed no less. As well, he’d slept like the dead with a stranger in his bed, unprotected. However, the realization brought him pure power rather than vulnerability. Usually, he cared little for life, but right now, he wanted to live it. Question was, could he live with that kind of change?
Like a lion over its prey, he came over her, his body feeling heavy as it met her softness from head to toe. He kissed her gently – for the first time – taking his time to savor the feel of her lips on his, her tongue rubbing along his fangs.
“I taste not only my own arousal, but my own blood.”
“Damn, that was one sexy sentence.” He smiled down at her. And, damn but he could get used to this. A connection, love at first sight, mortal enemies, he just could no longer deny or resist any of it no matter how dangerous or stupid it was.
Moving his hips, he nestled his between hers. The hard, tight, head of his cock met her warm, wet, softness.
“Am I too cold?” he whispered, as he felt her shudder again.
“No, not too cold.”
When she smiled, his heart – the one that no longer beat, but lay dead in his chest – felt like it came alive for one moment. He reached for the blanket on the bed and pulled it over them, hoping to keep some of her body heat in it. He felt deliciously warm. She made him feel so alive, like a true man again. He couldn’t control her thoughts and didn’t know how to send his own to her, as she’d just done to him, so he spoke instead. His fear of rejection outweighed by his pleasure.
“You make me feel so alive again, I swear my heart beat. I feel your warmth, not only in your blood running through me, but every place we touch. For so long, I’ve hardened myself from the world, taking some physical pleasures, but denying any existence of humanity inside myself. That is, until last night when I held you in my arms, carried you across town. You saved me, ten years ago and now. I didn’t know it until just this moment.”
“You’ve saved me too.”
“From what?”
“My solitary existence, even if for just one night if that is all this can be.”
He swept his lips over hers, their smiles coinciding with each other. He entered her then, pushing his length inside her body, feeling her inner walls adjust around him. She practically purred. Their initial slow rhythm became frenzied quickly. Her inner walls gripped him as he moved in and out of her. Her fingers dug into his back. He felt her power swirl around them again, and her voice came across clear in his mind.
Bite me, Isaac. It’s all right. I know you want to.
He did. His fangs piercing her neck sent him over the edge. As her blood flowed into his mouth again, his seed shot into her – void of life, but strong. She quivered around him, tightened and loosened, milking him of every last drop of his come as she came herself.
After healing her wounds with his tongue, he bunched the blanket more in between their chests to protect her from his chill. He moaned when he slipped from inside her. He knew though, that the lost connection would have been worse, if some part of her didn’t still envelope him with her energy.
“Better than I ever dreamed it could be,” she said as she looked up into his eyes. He knew they were still dark, but she didn’t look away. “I could probably heal your face now, with a spell, a few herbs. Not that I care what you look like, you’re beautiful. But, I feel guilty, like I might have done this to you.” Tears slipped from her eyes, tiny knives into his heart, which was just now coming alive.
“No. Don’t feel like that. You’ve already healed something in me that I didn’t care until now was even broken.”
A sound in the distance, the feeling of his family drawing near, had him moving her with lightening speed into the closet; the only hiding space in the whole damn place save for the bathroom.
“There is a door behind this wall. Get in there so they don’t feel you. I’m sorry.”
He left her there, saying something like a prayer to god only knew who, that she would be safe – remain hidden. Although, he knew already, he would protect her to his death. A vampire and a witch? No different than my sister with a werewolf? This was his last thought as the main door opened, and he shoved her nightgown and what was left of her panties under the sheet on the bed.

About Kiki Howell
Ever since she was young, Kiki Howell has loved to listen to a well-woven tale with real characters, inspired plots, and delightful resolutions. Kiki spend hours lost in books and soon knew creating lives, loves, and losses with just words had to be the greatest thing she could do. She’s now had over thirty stories published and couldn’t be more thrilled or grateful to see her creations polished and out in the real world.

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Monday, August 20, 2012

Character Interview by Holley Trent

Thanks for letting me visit today, Kiki! I’ve rustled up the hero of my newest romantic comedy All Shook Up—Charlie—and asked him a few questions.

Holley Trent: It’s nice to talk to you again Charlie. You were a bit cranky during our last interview in the spring. Feeling better?

Charlie Mitchell: …

Holley: Oh-kay then. Plodding on. In All Shook Up your ex comes into town and jams her nose into your business. I’m curious, why didn’t you ever tell Nikki about Becky? I mean, she’s your kid’s mother. They’d bump heads eventually, you know?

Charlie: Look, Becky is just one of those topics I don’t like discussing. Sort of like jock itch and politics. The conversation always goes south.

Holley: Clue me in here. Maybe I don’t understand because I’m a chick or whatever, but…you DID hook up with her. If she’s really the super-skank Nikki makes her out to be, why’d you go there?

Charlie: I was a teenager.

Holley: And that absolves you of not having taste? Your mother hated her even when she was sixteen and I know for a fact Sarah has highly involved instincts for these things.

Charlie: I SAID I was a teenager. I was hormonal and had an itch that needed scratching. Look, I regret pissing Mom off now, but what can I do? At least I got Gabby out of it, right?

Holley: Yeah. She’s a sweet kid. You did good, bud.

Charlie: She’s my absolute favorite thing.

Holley: Awesome. We’ll keep this thing short and sweet, so last, tell me—now that Nikki is going into the cosmetics business, what do you really wish she’d invent?

Charlie: At this stage in my life I’m easy to please. Maybe a sunscreen that doesn’t make me break out? I’ve got delicate skin, you know.

Holley: Sure you do.

You can learn more about Charlie in All Shook Up—published 8/17 by Rebel Ink Press and available everywhere fine romance ebooks are sold.

Everyone who leaves a comment on my blog posts this week (check out my blog to see where else I’m visiting) with their idea of an “old-fashioned” name has a chance to name a character in my next story set in Nikki and Charlie’s world. Polished Slick—a novel length work featuring two of Nikki’s employees—comes out next month. You can help me name a secondary in the book that follows.

The winner will get an acknowledgement in that book and my undying affection. I can’t promise the character will be a good guy, so keep that in mind.

For news about future releases, keep up with me at holleytrent.com/blog or via Twitter by following @holleytrent. 

Friday, August 17, 2012

Rebel Ink Press Anniversary Blog Hop

I, of course, wanted to be a part of Rebel Ink Presses Second Anniversary Celebration, but I didn’t have a first date disaster story (lucky me) - even in a story I’d written. But, my stories do have their share of relationship disasters.

When my story, Working Out The Kinks, begins, Meredith is in a bad place, still recovering from a terrible break-up. Like all authors, I had to get inside her head, feel what she was feeling in order to write the beginning (well all, LOL) of this story. Songs are a great way for me to find a mood – maybe that is why I married a singer/songwriter! LOL

For Meredith though, I was looking at break-up songs, all kinds, because I imagined her to be a strong woman, one who would only listen to the really sad, wallow in it songs a bit before she rallied and got to the angry ones or moving on songs. I also figured her to be a diverse individual, like all styles of songs written over may generations. So, I went on a mission to find those songs. Here is a list of some of them.  It’s quiet an eclectic mix of break-up songs: from angry to over you, from sad and slow to heavy metal, from oldies to new, they all struck a chord in her broken heart.

Give it a look and maybe a listen. *GIVEAWAY ALERT* Then let me know which great ones I have missed.  I will be randomly giving away ebooks to commenters *winks*

Since You Been Gone – kelly Clarkson  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7UrFYvl5TE&ob=av2e
You Oughta Know – alanis morissette http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPcyTyilmYY&ob=av2e

Working Out The Kinks by Kiki Howell
A Short Published by Rebel Ink Press
Genres: Pagan, Contemporary, Erotic Romance


Making an appointment with his ex-girlfriend under a fake name, David buys himself one hour to get her attention. Hoping to apologize and remind her of their time together, he intends to do whatever he has to in order to make Meredith, a practicing Wiccan, forgive him for being idiot enough to have listened to those around him which meant choosing his political aspirations over love.

Meredith is resistant to let David anywhere near her heart again. Desperate, David plays all his trump cards and suggests a sexual magick ritual which incorporates the BDSM lifestyle he and Meredith used to experiment with. The methods he uses may be unconventional, like sensory deprivation and sensation play intended to build trust and to achieve altered states of consciousness. But David is more than willing to do whatever it takes if he can just get Meredith to agree.

“Kiki has such a way of extracting deep feelings from her readers. Their (David and Meredith) journey of rediscovery was HOT, as well as tender and full of emotions. I enjoyed how Kiki captured the Wiccan elements and told them with much attention to detail…I love that after reading a story by Kiki I feel like, not only have I read a great story but I have learned something new about myself and a greater appreciation for all things Wiccan. On a scale from 1-10 I give Working Out The Kinks a 10. Ever since I read Torn Asunder, I knew miss Howell would be an author I would want to read over and over again. If you are looking for a great short story with actual feelings you can relate to and a love to hold on to and never let go of than this story is one you need to pick up...” ~Raquel at Skyla11377 

*Working Out The Kinks Book  Trailer Video

Check Out the Other Blogs Participating!
Kate Roth                              Melissa Keir                          Lila Munro
JL Oiler                                              Lori Gordon                          Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy
Eleanor Tatum                                 Elicia Seawell                                    Wendy Smith
Suzzana C Ryan                                Remmy Duchene                 Eden Glenn  
Al Lohn                                             BL Morticia                           DC McMillen
Donna Steele                         Anne Holly                            Sabrina McAfee
Sarah Bella                            Eden Connor                         Cassandre Dayne
Dakotah Black                                  DH Black                               Mollie Fiegel
Blair McDowell                                 Kiki Howell                           Alex Jones
DB Moon                               Holley Trent                          Nancy LaPonzina
                                                Janelle Lee

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

My Review of Salem VI: Rebecca's Rising, Book One in the Salem VI trilogy By Jack Heath and John Thompson

Genre:  Fiction/historical/paranormal
Publisher:  Pressque Publishing
July 19, 2012 (eBook)
September 28, 2012 (hardcover)

ISBN-10: 0985793708
ISBN-13: 978-0-9857937-0-8
ISBN-10: 0985793716
ISBN-13: 978-0-9857937-1-5

Number of pages: 275
Word Count:   77,084


Having stepped off the fast track of primetime network television news, John Andrews has chosen a quieter life as editor of Salem News, a small paper in a quiet New England town. Life is perfect until Andrews’ wife is killed in a tragic accident. After several years of trying to numb the pain with alcohol, Andrews is visited by the spirit of a long dead ancestor who opens a door to a shocking family history. After he experiences a surreal glimpse into the past, Andrews must confront the question of whether he is losing his mind or whether for several hundred years his ancestors have been engaged in a secret battle with a coven that worships Satan. Fueled by the need to understand whether his wife's death was really an accident or something far more sinister, Andrews, along with his beautiful assistant editor, risk everything to discover a truth so horrifying it threatens to destroy everything and everyone he knows and loves. 

My Review:

This story’s plot twisted and turned many times, often surprising me, and that is pretty tough to do with all I read. The author rewrites history, changes it, adds to it, and twists it into something much more sinister, more evil by far, than what we know of the Salem Witch Hunts.  In fact, I was shocked, in a dark and pleasant way, at the creative take the author had on 1692. It was something definitely never done before, and seemed literary justice to me in some ways - that may not make sense, but I don't want to give anything away.

But, this is a contemporary set story with historical flashbacks, where the implications of that history set a darker tone for today’s Salem. Having visited and loved the city, myself, I was sort of put off a few times by the way certain fictional characters gave Salem today a bad name, but it is fiction I reminded myself *giggles*, and the plot captured my attention enough to keep me reading past my own personal bias. I also really liked the main character, John. He was complex enough to pull a reader into his life.

I found all the characters, especially those with supernatural gifts, believable. All of the things that happened to John through what the author called him being "aware" were very impressive to this paranormal reader, and the action truly never stopped.  There was always someone new and something new going on. With so much going into this plot, it is hard to write a review without giving something away, something I want a reader to find out on their own as I got the privilege to, so I will just tell you that even with all of this, there is a nice surprise twist at the end.

About the Authors

Jack Heath

Jack Heath is the host of NH Today, New Hampshire’s only live afternoon radio talk show, and cohost of Sport Legends of New England with Bob Lobel, which can be seen throughout New England on Comcast Spotlight. A direct descendant of Rebecca Nurse, the last person to be tried and hanged during the Salem Witch Trials, and Ann R. Putnam, one of her accusers, his first novel, Salem VI, is an altogether modern take on Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.

John Thompson

John Thompson spent twenty-five years as an investment banker in New York before retiring to write full time. He is the author of the Brent Lucas trilogy, The Girl from Felony Bay, and coauthor of Salem VI. He lives with his wife and daughter and divides his time between Charleston, South Carolina and Hawley, Pennsylvania.

Author web links: 

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Free For Three


Whisper on a Scream
The werewolves are dying. Years of war between the Born werewolves and bitten, along with a lack of healthy bloodlines, has taken its toll on the race and if something isn’t done soon they will all be gone within the next fifty years. They are a strong breed, but have one major weakness that will probably end them all.
Werewolves – like their natural counterpart the wolves – breed for life; and if there is no mate, there is no life. A prolonged separation between mates can kill them more efficiently than any bullet ever could.
The Council are playing with fire when they use this very weakness against Sugar Lubec, the Born daughter of two bitten parents, to carry the offspring of Alpha Jack Coon. He is the leader of the largest werewolf pack in North America.
Ending the war between the two groups is the only thing that can save the werewolves and bring Jack and Sugar together. Can they do it before they end up paying the ultimate price for their long separation? Or will that price be the only thing that can end the war?
“Miss Lubec, though Alpha Coon's offer may be tempting, I must keep in mind the bloodlines from which you are descended. Your parents have killed off our race for over thirty years. They left you for dead and you were brought up by the human race. From looking through your records, I have come to the conclusion that you were raised to be a monster and you do it well. You showed signs of aggression at a very early age and showed no hesitation when it came to injuring people. Dangerous enough as a human woman, but a recipe for disaster as a werewolf because that is what you now are. As I see it, Miss Lubec, you are your mother's daughter right down to your good looks and quick wit.” Even though I knew nothing of my family, I now knew enough to know that this was a bad thing.
“But …” the second speaking member continued, “I am not the only member of this Council, and some feel you should be given a chance to thrive in a Pack-related environment, even if it is only an temporary experiment.”
The only person in the line up who looked at me was the woman on the end, Jack's relative. She was my saving grace, but she had a dangerous air about her. They say politics can corrupt an otherwise pure mind, and the longer you are exposed to them the worse it becomes – like standing next to a power plant and letting it turn your brain to cancer.
“Alpha Coon was right to offer the one thing we need, but I am denying you both that right. You will be allowed to live within the Pack for as long as you wish, but you will not be permitted to marry or have children within its ranks.” The woman at the end of the table flinched – as well as a woman of her age and condition could – but quickly covered it. I saw in that moment that she hadn't gotten the job for her lack of backbone or wit, and though she may have seemed decrepit, she was a force to be reckoned with. At the moment, I was just glad she seemed to be on my side.
Jack stood up, knocking his chair to the floor in his rush. “You're condemning her to death!” His features were twisted in hate and rage, as he pointed a finger towards the speaking elder.
I stood up and placed a hand on his extended arm lowering it gently. With it Jack's whole body sagged. It looked like my touch had the same affect on him as his did on me. A warrior's lace; the one thing that can soften a man of war is a woman's lace. A high school English teacher once told me why women like Lady Guinevere and Helen of Troy, though they were not the appointed leaders of their nations, could build them up according to the men they chose to love. The women could also be their death, depending on how the cards fell.
“No Mr. Coon, she will be permitted to marry outside the Pack if she chooses a human companion, but if you decide to once again ignore our commands, you will be punished with a death...hers.” The old man gave a confident nod of his head to signal the meeting's end and the group stood and filed out the way they came in, including the oldest woman, without a second glace in my direction.
Jack dropped his head into his hands when the room was empty. “They are testing my patience.” He voice made my lips curl into a frown. He sounded too confident for a man who feared this group so much.
I stood in back of his chair like a painted doll and stared at the clock...still ticking. Life goes on once again …
Author Bio:
Cree Walker lives in Northern Maine, otherwise known as the part north of Bangor. There she lives with her partner in crime and most patient debate opponent and their two dogs, a Doberman Pinscher for snuggling and a thirteen pound Rat Terrier for security. She can be found most days typing away at the computer or because she's forced to, working a full time job as an advanced psychiatric technician for the local hospital. Cree Walker lives in Northern Maine, otherwise known as the part north of Bangor. There she lives with her partner in crime and most patient debate opponent and their two dogs, a Doberman Pinscher for snuggling and a thirteen pound Rat Terrier for security. She can be found most days typing away at the computer or because she's forced to, working a full time job as an advanced psychiatric technician for the local hospital.
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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

My Review of Moonlight Mayhem, Book 2 in the Spellbound Series by Sherry Soule

Otherworldly Creatures. Dazzling Magic. Fiery Romance.
Shiloh Ravenwolf thought she was getting used to the strange events in Whispering Pines, until the full moon brings another surge of supernatural threats to her coastal town. Ferocious wolves, deadly necromancers, and shambling zombies have descended upon the neighborhood, so Shiloh needs to gain control of her magical abilities—fast!
It sucks that she has a crippling fear of the dark, which for a demon hunter can be an epic problem. But she spends so much time wallowing in the darkness, how can she not become a part of it?
When her classmates are attacked by a mysterious creature and her father is murdered, Shiloh vows vengeance. Forcing her phobias aside, she forms an unlikely coven of supernaturally gifted teens to help her eradicate this menace. Except that’s not all Shiloh has to worry about. She’s battling a different monster within herself and struggling not to become the very thing she fights: evil.
But with demon blood inside her—anything can happen…

My Review:
Having really enjoyed Beautifully Broken, Book I in Sherry Soule’s Spellbound Series, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to read Book II as well. It started out rough for Shiloh, nothing new, and boy, once again, I loved the way she handled herself. I can say in all honesty, that this YA series so far is something that I would actually recommend to someone with teenage daughters, if you know what I mean. Great, strong, female character lead, and age appropriate content with quite the dark and paranormal edge to it. I think Sherry Soule has a great handle on what a paranormal YA series book should contain.
Honestly, I just love Shiloh. A great character. Strong and weak in all the right places. What she has to deal with is a lot, and she does so with the grace of a strong and big-hearted teen with special gifts.
The town, her friends, her enemies, are all portrayed well by Ms. Soule, written well, with a nice balance of description and action to keep a reader turning the pages. I look forward to more in this series. Oh, and can I say that I just love her book covers :)

TITLE: Moonlight Mayhem (Book 2)
AUTHOR: Sherry Soule
PUBLISHER: Moonlight Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-615-66565-8
PRICE: eBook $4.99 / Paperback $14.95
GENRE: Young Adult
SUB-GENRE: Dark Paranormal
Book Cover: Parajunkee Designs
READING AGE: Mild language, some violence/gore, and sexual situations. Not recommended for readers under the age of 15.
PUBLISHER'S WEB PAGE: http://moonlightpublish.net
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://sherrysoule.com

Read My Review of Beautifully Broken (Book I in the Spellbound Series) http://authorsbyauthors.blogspot.com/2011/07/my-review-of-beautifully-broken-by.html 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Campus Sexploits Sale!

25% OFF
For a limited time you can purchase your own copy of Campus Sexploits, the anthology that started off the series, for 25% off RRP.

Campus Sexploits Anthology by Naughty Nights Press

Did you ever do anything in college that was considered “outrageous” by your friends? Have one amazing night with a sex god only to never see him again? Play naughty sorority games that left you breathless and yet sexually satisfied? Or did you perhaps want to join your roommate in a naughty ménage a trois?

Campus Sexploits is the first book in a series of anthologies all about the fantasy fun days of youth. Four naughty college/university themed erotic short stories to tantalize and tease the senses while giving readers a little taste of the wickedly erotic worlds these four fantastic authors can weave. Worlds of incredible earth shattering sexual freedom involving college or university students and the sexual antics they participate in. Worlds you can just feel yourself fall into...

Campus Sexploits Contributors List

Abby Hayes - Chem 101

When Sara is caught almost kissing the professor’s assistant after chemistry lab, the professor makes them both a proposition they can’t pass up. It sounds like a typical ménage encounter, and she is more than willing to be taught. Yet, soon her and the assistant find that the professor likes to give directions, in and out of class, pushing his students in little ways, more than they imagined he ever would.

C.M Owens - Youth and Experience

Professor Robert Archer is at the top of his field; a world leader in research, highly respected by his peers. But, when he presents his latest paper at a conference, he finds himself confronted with unfamiliar criticism from up and coming PhD student, Lucy Faraway. Initially he sees her as a naïve idealist, but he soon comes to realize she has the intellect to match her confident attitude. Smart, sassy and sexy, Lucy gets his blood pumping in more ways than one. Thrown out of his comfort zone Robert isn’t sure how to act around her, but Lucy’s tenacity extends beyond the realm of stages and seminars and all he really needs to do is hang on for the ride.

Willow Leigh - My Greek Week Adonis

We enter freshman year and Greek Week-End.  Two girls become fast friends delving into a relationship of sorts.  Emerging and wanting more is Abbie, as she takes us through life during Greek Week-End from freshman to senior year, on a journey through the sexual awakening’s of a college student.

J.T. Seate - Campus Confidential

Ahhhh, the grand old days of college, when a spunky coed danced naked for ten college guys. Jack looks back on a vivid memory about carpeing more than the diem in this ribald confession. Kaye ‘Fluffy’ Wyatt was a godsend to the lads in the dormitory, especially considering they were all matriculating at a conservative bible college. When she was ready to be ridden, the horny lads quickly discovered what Fluffy was all about—more, more, and yet more rockin’ ‘n’ rollin’. But as with most good things, there was a catch. The casually mentioned fact that Fluffy was the dean’s daughter made genitalia shrivel and graduation a crap-shoot. The romp ends with bittersweet yet fond memories of a night in the life.  

In accordance with the new FTC Guidelines for blogging and endorsements, Kiki Howell of An Author's Musings, would like to advise that in addition to purchasing my own books to review, I also receive books, and/or promotional materials, free of charge in return for an honest review, as do any guest reviewers.