If you like a good murder mystery, hopefully you will enjoy Killer, with new episodes being released at the start of each month.
Episode Two sees Jonah given the opportunity to engage with the widow of another of the Hotel Killings, and discover a few things she wasn’t willing to open up to the police about.
It also sees our amateur sleuth immersing himself deeper in the world of swinging, wife-sharing and illicit extramarital affairs as his journey continues in the hunt for the killer of his brother, learning about the kind of people his brother was involved with before he died.
The tension builds as Jonah finds himself facing dangers he hadn’t expected.
Meanwhile, my full-length wife-sharing romance novel, What’s Mine Is Yours, is making good progress.
This is the story of a man whose wife is no longer satisfied with their marriage, as despite their solid friendship, their passion has faded. Losing his wife, our hero finds he has also lost most of his friends, but one remaining friend offers him a place to stay while he rebuilds his life.
However, moving into his friend’s house, he unexpectedly finds himself falling hard for his friend’s wife, and the way she flirts with him openly in front of her husband begins to challenge his established thinking when it comes to the rigid monogamy of marriage.
It’s looking as though this story may top out a little longer than the 75,000 words I’d thought, so I’m now hoping to have it ready in August.
Following my recently published short story What Your Husband Really Thinks, I also have a new wife-sharing short story available within Kenny Wright’s new anthology Wife-Sharing Shorts Vol1, entitled The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing.
The anthology is well worth reading, the stories full of angst-ridden husbands learning to share their beautiful wives.
Also new this summer is a book from the wonderful Kirsten McCurran, entitled Hot Dates: Becoming a Shared Wife, which I’m currently halfway through and enjoying immensely.
And, if you like your wife-sharing erotica somewhat darker, Ben Boswell’s (fairly) new Whatever It Takes offers an interesting thriller twist.
Plenty of other stories on the way, so keep coming back! You can sign up to a free email alert system to the top right of this post, you just get a little email every time I update this website. – Max