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By Amber Lin Men who are dominant. Women who submit. These are common tropes in the erotica-sphere these days. And I think they are even socially acceptable…as long as we’re talking about sex. After all, a woman can be cherished … Continue reading
My domestic discipline erotic romance False Pretenses received another 5 star review on Goodreads. Said the reviewer: “This one smoothly incorporates a plot with great sex scenes and well developed characters that you care about…The BDSM RealMeter in this one, … Continue reading
Welcome, Sunday Sixers! Today’s six sentences are excerpted from False Pretenses, my latest domestic discipline erotic romance released by Loose Id on Tuesday. False Pretenses is the second book in the Rod and Cane Society series about a secret organization … Continue reading
False Pretenses, the second book of the Rod and Cane Society series, has been published by Loose Id as an e-book (in multiple formats) and is now available for purchase. Like Unexpected Consequences, the first novel in the series, False … Continue reading
When my publisher Loose Id releases False Pretenses on Tuesday, June 12, 2012, I officially will have a domestic discipline series. Woot! False Pretenses is the second book centered around the Rod and Cane Society, a fictitious secret organization of … Continue reading
I LOVE MY JOB! Yes, I’m shouting because for the first time in life, I can say that and mean it. Writing erotic romance is the first job I’ve had that I truly enjoy. I’ve held meaningful positions in journalism … Continue reading
Let’s play NAME THAT GENRE! You don’t have to phrase your answers in the form of the question, just shout out the genre of False Pretenses, my June 12, 2012 release from Loose Id. Here’s your clue: Look at the … Continue reading