“Lunacy,” in Like An Animal: Erotic Tales of Werewolves, Circlet Press, December 2008.
Janet is a young werewolf who is having trouble reconciling her human and animal impulses. With the help of her therapist – who believes that Janet is bipolar – and a former one-night stand, she just might start to figure herself out.
“Leila,” Torquere Press, April, 2011.
When college student Megan hits the library, she’s looking for sources for a paper on Carmilla, an early vampire story. But in gorgeous librarian Leila, she finds much, much more. It’s no surprise that Leila haunts Megan’s dreams, but as her fantasies heat up, she begins to wonder — is Leila really who she seems to be?
“A Woman of Uncommon Accomplishment,” in Sense and Sensuality, Circlet Press, September, 2011.
Mary Bennet (yes, that Mary Bennet) discovers that magic is real, and promptly sets out to add “skilled magician” to her list of accomplishments. And then she accidentally summons an incubus. How provoking!
Reprinted in “Fantastic Erotica: The Best of Circlet Press 2008-2012,” Circlet Press, August 2012.
“The Dreams in the Laundromat,” in Whispers in Darkness, Circlet Press, October 2011.
A quasi-sequel to H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Dreams in the Witch House,” this story about college students at Miskatonic University is much more comedic in tone. And there’s romance, of course! See what some reviewers have said about it here.
“Letting Him,” at Every Night Erotica, August, 2010. [No longer available]