Fallen Princess by Rowena Blake

princess-3Princess Azalea is the most beautiful woman in the land of Verda. She lives in a perfect
world where she is served by hand maidens while many eligible suitors, daily beg for her hand in marriage. However, her world is shattered when the brutish Prince Caro attacks Verda and takes everyone as prisoners.

She must decide what is more important to her – honor or the people of Verda?

This is a short story of about 7000 words. It can be enjoyed individually or as part of a series.

Targeted Audience: Adults

Author Bio:
Rowena Blake lives in a leafy suburb in mention. She likes writing erotica for fun whenever she wants to take a break from serious writing.

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Roman Games I: The Gladiator by Maxine Rivers

RomanGames1WSAn erotic story set in Ancient Rome.

The gladiators, famous fighters of the arena, have always held a special erotic lure for Livia Pompeia. Submitting to one of them plays a major role in her sexual fantasies.

Finally Livia has gathered her courage and hired herself a gladiator: Martialis the Gaul

But sometimes things don’t work out as planned and Livia ends up experiencing more than she dreamed about.

Note: Word-count roughly 12.000 words, approximately 30 pages.

The story contains: sexual role playing, prostitution, slavery, sexual submission, rough vaginal and anal sex, and voyeurism.

Targeted Audience: adults over 21

Author Bio:
Maxine Rivers is a writer of erotic stories who enjoys and explores all flavors, from sweet to spicy.

She’s a night-owl who can spend the whole night in front of the computer writing, although sometimes she goes the old-fashioned route by writing long-hand in a paper-notebook. When she’s not busy writing she can be found reading or watching documentaries and crime-shows.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love Ancient Rome and lately had been watching a number of documentaries, especially some about the gladiators and how they often were rented out by their owners to offer sexual services to Roman men and women. That’s where they idea came from.

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