New short story: The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing

Another new short story of mine has just been published, this time as a little exclusive bonus within a fantastic new anthology of Kenny Wright’s erotic shorts, entitled “Wife-Sharing Shorts Vol. 1″.

Kenny Wright: Wife-Sharing Shorts Vol 1The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing is an exploration of a relationship in which the wife suddenly decides, after a night out with one of her best friends, that it’s time her marriage was a little more honest in regard to her and her husband’s secret turn-ons.

And of course, the thought of sharing her with another man is his biggest secret turn-on. But how will she react to finding out about it?

I wrote this story just after the Madeleine Trilogy came out earlier this year, and it was a lot of fun to write because it really looked at the discovery of a wife-sharing fantasy by a wife who is something of a scientific mind. She’s sexy, she’s bright, but she also has that kind of iron-clad logic defining her thought process that might find it difficult to understand a husband’s desire to share her with another man.

As with all my shorts, the aim whenever I write a short is that the characters are interesting enough to lodge themselves in a reader’s mind and make them believe that plenty more happens in their lives beyond this little snippet. It makes for a more rewarding reading experience. It can be frustrating to readers who don’t like short stories, however, so be aware, this is a fairly short story of 11,000 words.

The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing is available now from Amazon within Kenny Wright’s Wife-Sharing Shorts Vol.1. I have to say that Kenny’s short stories in this anthology are superb, with each one of them alone making the book as a whole well worth the cover price. It’s fair to say that if you enjoy my wife-sharing stories, you’ll enjoy Kenny’s, and if you enjoy this kind of writing, you’ll love this collection.

Check it out on Amazon »



Written by Max

Max Sebastian has been writing erotic fiction since 2001, starting out at the website Literotica.com before breaking into ebooks in 2011. He lives in London with his wife and son, working as a journalist to make ends meet.