Be Careful What You Wish For – Emilia Blythe

Best-interracial-erotica. ‘Be Careful What You Wish For’ the story of a mature, dosage married woman’s explosive journey across the boundaries of interracial sex. We have all had one of those moments when we wish for something else; perhaps a sexual adventure that will ignite the humdrum routine of our sometimes monotonous lives… It is normally […]

Compartmentalised Existence –

Another truly extraordinary tale of secret life sex from bestselling author, illness Emilia Blythe (‘A Mother’s Sacrifice’, viagra sale ‘Date my Mom’) , health of a middle-aged woman, having to suddenly deal, single-handedly with her daunting (and varied) family responsibilities whilst somehow creating, and relishing a fulfilling, exciting sex life as well: and all without […]

Date My Mom – Emilia Blythe

Date My Mom is a steamy tale of interracial passions where an apparently respectable married middle-aged woman becomes obsessively entwined with her daughter’s black boyfriend, and everybody’s lives are changed forever. A dark tale of erotically perverted passions! Often things are never quite as they appear. A seemingly demure, pretty, contented housewife and a wonderful […]

A Mother’s Sacrifice – (To Save Her Daughter)

Interracial sexual humiliation. A tale of just how far a mother will go to save her teenage daughter from the corrupting dominant black devil of a male leading her down a sordid path of sexual degradation. … A mother’s sacrifice is sacred; to offer herself to save her child is inherent no matter what the […]

Sordid Soap – Best Kindle Erotica

The very best kindle erotica. Peeling back the layers of a very sordid neighbourhood…! This is an everyday story about the steamy side of neighbourhood life! Or is it? Danny lives with his sister Kelly who’s going out with the strange boy from next door, look Greg. Or is she? As she seems to be […]

My Sexual Peak – Emilia Blythe

There is a fact that women reach their sexual peak at around 40 and men at 19, or is it a myth? It certainly seemed like that to Evelyn Graham! She was now 40, on the cusp of middle age, recently divorced and when she looked in the mirror she no longer relished her reflection. […]