So here it is, a brand new erotic novella — this one is a little unusual, perhaps, but still sizzling hot. A man discovers his inner voyeur when his wife is invited onto a naughty TV dating show…
Do you ever wonder how you would react if your other half went on a TV dating show? What about a dating show where the contestants had to strip off, with the winning contestant chosen for a date based on his or her physical attributes?
I guess you can predict that Michael happens to find it a huge turn-on when his wife does, indeed, strip off as she’s featured on a national late-night TV game show. But what happens next?
This is a 30,000-word (roughly 140 pages) novella and it’s available now on Amazon along with Barnes & Noble (for Nook readers) and Kobo. Other popular ebook platforms including iTunes (iBooks) and Sony should feature the story within a few days.
As a result of appearing on all of those other ebook sites, it won’t unfortunately be available to borrow on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited, but the plan is that my next story will be.
Anyway, this one’s quite a voyeuristic tale, and being a novella, is a little on the unconventional side. Hope you enjoy it — let me know what you think when you’re done!
More new stories from great writers…
Meanwhile… it’s been a great fall for new stories in this sub-genre. Check out the brand new novel from Kenny Wright (which comes incorporating a little hotness from none other than Kirsten McCurran), Annie’s Affair. That’s a slightly different, darker tale than usual from the master of naughty wife stories, but just as fantastic as his usual fare.
Also if you’re after some other hot reading material just out, take a look at Arnica Butler’s A World Class Service, Sean Geist’s Shift Change, and a Halloween threesome story from Sidney Sitravon (can we still do Halloween? Sure we can!), A Halloween Surprise.
I, myself, am going to try to get one more story out by the end of 2017, but I’m afraid I cannot guarantee anything when my kids are such experts at contracting random viruses…
Until then, thanks so much for reading,