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Escape: Volume Two now available at Smashwords and Amazon!

Escape, Volume Two

 Geneva and Stephen are changelings: humans transformed by the power of Faerie, on the run from the Fae Lord who stole them away from the mortal world.

In this second installment of their story, Geneva and Stephen learn more about the strange borderland they now occupy, and gain new traveling companions: a malevolent animated puppet, a lusty pixie and Clybourn, a man who was once as they were– human– but far, far older. While navigating strange new bargains, powerful talismans and the puppet Punch’s foul sense of humor, they also rediscover the heated and dangerous intimacy they shared covertly under their master.

This is a novella sequel of modern fantasy, darkness, danger, romance, sex, and perhaps even love. It is intended for audiences who appreciate dark humor, erotic adult situations and above all else, a good story.

Available for purchase at Smashwords or Amazon.

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Curveballs and Novellas

After suffering an unexpectedly long stretch of health issues (although I suppose health issues are never entirely expected), I have finally clawed myself back to something approaching a normal rhythm to life. Really, it just hasn’t been my year! But hopefully with the weather turning and my energy levels gradually rising, things will take a turn for the sunny.

To those more curious about my recent writing than my absence, I have a treat for you! The novel I was working on just kept getting longer, and longer, and longer, so I’ve decided to portion it into three novellas for easier reading. The first is now published and available on both Smashwords and Amazon.com.

Escape: Volume 1A young woman changed to serve the pleasure and schemes of a Fae Lord, the young man made a monster who both loves and torments her, and the secrets locked in her memory that hold the promise of their escape– if they can unlock them before they’re found by those who hunt them for other secrets…

Geneva awakens in an unfamiliar land to find herself with a strange body, stranger abilities and a champion who seems every bit as dangerous as those who want to re-capture her. With no memory of her time as captive and plaything for the Whispering Lord, she has no idea of the risk she runs by trying to flee…until a close encounter with one of His hunters educates the young woman. The adventures that follow are each more confounding than the last and she quickly comes to realize that she should trust no one– not the foul-tempered marionette who offers them sanctuary, nor the dark-skinned man who serves him, nor even her own companion, Stephen of the Coals…

But as her memories begin to resurface, she realizes that she may owe more to Stephen than she knows, and her feelings for him may go deeper than simple gratitude or affection. Will the choices she has to make to survive alienate the only person who seems to care for her? Is this an elaborate game being played on them by the Lord who wants them back? Is there a chance for safety ahead, or only deeper dangers, more cruel punishment?

Escape is a full-length novella, the first volume in a three part series exploring a modern dark fantasy borderland between the realm of Faerie, where reality is manipulated by the cruel inhuman desires of the Fae, and our own modern world. Some might call it literary erotica, others erotic literature but all agree– the story here is as toe-curling as the sexual tension!

Into the Dreaming City now available on Smashwords!

Into the Dreaming City

Edit: As of 2/10/13, Amazon has decided that Into the Dreaming City is inappropriate for their marketplace and removed it from the site. I apologize to those who were looking for it there.

Into the Dreaming City is the dark erotica novelette prequel to Wetware Dreams, also by Corinna Parr.

Imagine a post-apocalyptic wasteland populated by ragged survivors. Morals have gone the way of civilization; when young Dorothy’s family encounters a band of desperadoes, poor choices on both sides lead to her being taken as a prize by the group. Afraid and overwhelmed by new experiences, exposed to events she’d never imagined, her survival hangs in the balance, dependent upon a decision made by the group’s leader– will she remain with them or will she be sold to the caretakers of The Dreaming City?

This novelette should be considered NSFW, and contains over 14,000 words with elements of violence, bloodshed, strong language, non-consensual sexual contact and group sex. Viewer discretion is advised!

You can find it on Smashwords HERE.

Excerpt from “Into the Dreaming City”, prequel to “Wetware Dreams”!

Into the Dreaming CityInto the Dreaming City should be done in the next couple of weeks!

This is dark erotica meant to go hand in hand with story– in this case, a post-apocalyptic wasteland populated by ragged survivors. Morals have gone the way of civilization; when young Dorothy’s family encounters a band of desperados, poor choices on both side lead to her being taken as a prize by the group. Afraid and overwhelmed by new experiences, exposed to events she’d never imagined, her survival hangs in the balance, dependent upon a decision made by the group’s leader– will she remain with them or will she be sold to the caretakers of The Dreaming City?

The excerpt should be considered NSFW, and contains elements of violence, bloodshed, strong language, non-consensual sexual contact. Viewer discretion is advised!

Part One:

Dorothy’s brother Edmund came over the ridge at a run.  He half-jumped, half-slid down the near side in a cloud of dust.  Dorothy had been feeding blightweed to the rabbits in their hutch in the front yard.  She stood and watched as Edmund pelted towards the house, between the dead trees, her family’s hunting rifle bouncing on his back.

The front door was open.  “Papa, you’d better come out,” Dorothy called.

Dorothy’s father came quickly, followed a moment later by her mother.  Edmund was doubled over in the yard, hands on his knees and breathing heavily.  His hair hung before his face like broken stalks of wheat.

“There’s a car.  On the road,” he wheezed.  “Coming this way.”

Dorothy’s father frowned.  A chill pooled around Dorothy’s heart, at once frightening and bracing.  Other people were coming!  Her father had told her stories of the time before the blight, when almost all of the houses had people living in them and you couldn’t just force open the door and look around for things you might need.  He called it trespassing.  Now the houses were empty; Dorothy’s family seldom crossed paths with others, and such occasions were always tense.  You couldn’t help thinking about what the other people had, and whether you could take it.  Or whether they might take yours.

“Edmund, you get upstairs to the window,” her father said.  “Dorothy, douse the cook fire.  We’ll cover the greenhouse and meet you back inside.”

Dorothy hurried indoors, through the small entry and into the common room that her father called a den.  She knelt and heaped ashes on the logs in the fireplace until they sputtered out; the last of the smoke curled up past the stainless steel pot that her mother had suspended from a makeshift crane.  Dorothy heard the clump of her brother mounting the stairs to the second floor.  Would the chimney smoke clear before the people in the car saw it?  She thought it unlikely, but they had to try.  It was better when travellers passed by without knowing her family was there.

Dorothy waited in shadow.  A breeze caught the corner of the window curtain; it fluttered up from the bright screen, then settled again.

In the silence that followed, Dorothy could just make out the grunt and chatter of a car’s engine.  The sound grew louder, then suddenly louder still, and she knew with a clutching feeling that the auto had turned up their drive.  Her parents came into the common room from the back of the house, silent and pale.  The engine made the boards tremble under Dorothy’s feet.

Then it cut out.  Doors opened and closed.

“Hello?” a male voice called from outside.  Dorothy’s father put his finger to his lips.

“Well,” the voice said, “I guess there’s nobody here.  We should probably drive away and never come back.”  There was laughter from other men.

Dorothy heard heavy feet crunching over the dirt outside.  “Hey, what’s this?” the first voice said.  “Fuck me, rabbits!  Now how did these get here?”

Dorothy started reflexively for the door, but her father glared a warning at her and she lurched to a halt.

“Hello in there,” the voice called again, closer now to the house.  Whoever he was, he sounded a little exasperated.  “Look, we saw your fire.  We’re not leaving, so why don’t you come out and talk.”

Dorothy’s father sighed without a sound.  His face was like stone.  He looked at Dorothy, then her mother, then left the room.  The front door opened.

“What do you want?” he said.

“Hello to you too!” the voice said.  “My name’s Kyle.  What’s your name?”

Dorothy’s father said nothing.  Holding her breath, Dorothy crept to the window where the curtain still floated up from the bottom corner.  She sank to her knees, amid the folds of her patterned dress, and leaned forward until she could peek out past the curtain’s edge.

There was a silver station wagon in the yard.  It had off-road tires, and the bottom half of it was one long, caked smudge of dirt.  The front bumper hung loose on one side.  Two men stood by the car, and a third faced the front door where Dorothy’s father was.  The third man wore a battered, broad-brimmed hat with a band of animal’s teeth.  Both of the others had rifles.

“Do you want food?  Is that what you want?”  Dorothy’s father sounded resigned.  “I don’t have a lot.  It’s just me here.”

“Now that’d be neighborly of you, nameless friend,” the one with the hat, Kyle, said.  “And we’d like to come in if you don’t mind.  We’ve been on the road for a while.”
Dorothy’s father said flatly, “I do mind.  This is my house and I don’t want  your company.  You try to get in here and it’ll be trouble.  So why don’t you wait outside, and I’ll get you some of what little I have to eat, and you can take it for the road. Nobody has to sweat and nobody has to get hurt.”

The one named Kyle opened his mouth in surprise, then grinned.  He had a nice smile, and a young, handsome face that was only a little stubbled and sweat-slick beneath the slash of shadow cast by his hat.  Dorothy thought she saw him surveying the front of their house.  His gaze flicked from window to window, upstairs and then down.  And then he looked right into Dorothy’s eyes, peering out at him from the window corner.

Dorothy lurched backward onto her bottom, heart in her throat.  Maybe he’d seen the flash of her hair in the light; it was the color of ripe wheat like her brother’s, but softer, falling in pools around her shoulders.  She was almost certain they’d locked eyes, only for a moment.  Had they locked eyes?

She could’ve imagined it.  The sun was shining down on the window screen.  The room was shadowed.

Dorothy held her breath.

“Are you sure you’re alone here, nameless old man?” Kyle said in apparent good humor.  “No… womenfolk about the place?  For example.”

Dorothy’s father started to answer but was cut off by the crack of a gunshot.  Dorothy scrambled back to the window.  One of the men by the car had collapsed in a grotesque tangle of limbs; there was a red smear on the window and the door.

Then everything happened at once.

The other man dove into the dirt behind the station wagon, beside the crumpled body of the first.  Dorothy’s father staggered backward into the house, followed by Kyle; he tried to get the front door closed but the younger man threw his shoulder against it and both men tumbled inside. Dorothy and her mother ran for the small entry, and when they got there Edmund was coming down the stairs closing the bolt on the family rifle and in his haste his feet slipped and he slid down the last few stairs on his ass.  The gun went off; plaster dust glimmered down through sunlight from the open door.  Then Kyle was up and he had a hunting knife and he plunged the knife all the way to the hilt into Edmund’s stomach.

Dorothy’s mother screamed.  Then Edmund screamed.

Kyle backed towards the door, holding the bloody knife in front of him like a shield.  Dorothy’s father rolled onto his side and crawled the other way, to the back wall.  Edmund was doubled over at the foot of the stairs, whimpering.  Dorothy’s mother went and fell to her knees beside Edmund; her hands shook and fluttered over his head and shoulders, but she didn’t touch him.  Dorothy stood frozen in the passage to the den.

“Fuck!” Kyle shouted.  His eyes were wide and watery.  They swam from Edmund to his mother.  “Fuck!  Jesus Christ, why– James?”  Kyle stared at Dorothy’s father now, who looked back at him through narrowed eyes. “James!”  The younger man’s voice quivered a little.  There was no answer.

“Kyle?” called the man outside.  Terrified and trying not to show it.

“Ed, is James okay?” Kyle said, with forlorn hope.

“James is dead, man.”

Kyle swiveled the point of his knife from Edmund to Dorothy’s father, as if either one might suddenly lurch up and go for his throat.  His mouth hung open.

“Kyle?” said the man outside, uncertain.  “Kyle?  I said James–”

“I heard you, god damnit!”  Kyle’s handsome face contorted in sudden fury.  He looked down the knife’s blade at Edmund who lay shuddering in his mother’s shadow, then at Dorothy’s father.  Finally his gaze swung round and fixed on Dorothy herself.  Edmund’s blood dripped from the knife and pattered on the wood by Kyle’s boots.

Dorothy broke for the den, but Kyle’s arm was already lashing out, fingers fumbling for her. She felt them tangle in the wheat of her hair, and then her head jerked back and her scalp stung.  Dorothy gasped.  She was dragged from her feet and stumbled backward to keep from toppling, then fetched up against something hard and warm.  Kyle held her against his body; the knife was a cool, fine pressure on her milky throat.  A metallic tang hovered under Dorothy’s nose.  She tried not to think about it.

“It this why James is dead?  Huh?” Kyle growled, close to her ear.  “You thought we were going to do something to your little girl here?  So you’d just start shooting?”  Kyle’s chest rose and fell against Dorothy’s shoulders, and fear quickened her own breathing.

Her mother’s eyes went wide.  “Sir… please–”

“Shut up!” Kyle jerked Dorothy’s head back into the nook made by his chin and shoulder.  Her throat lifted under the knife.  She whimpered and shifted on her feet, trying to steady herself with back bent and chest thrust forward.  The blade prickled her skin and she went still, shivering.

“Shut up,” Kyle said again.  “I’m talking now.  Your husband is a big talker, isn’t he?  ‘There’s nobody in the house, just me.’  Just me and my faggot son with a rifle and my big-titted bitch daughter.”

As he snarled, Kyle shoved his free hand down the front of Dorothy’s dress.  Her breasts were large, so much so that he had to spread his palm wide to grope her through the pale satin of her bra.  Dorothy wanted to squirm but the knife at her throat kept her frozen; instead the fear and agitation filled her lungs until she was gasping for breath, making little frightened sounds.  Her chest heaved under Kyle’s rough fingers.

Her nipples hardened into tiny stones.

Dorothy’s father raised his hand, fingers spread in a gesture of calming or supplication.  “Kyle?” he said.  “Kyle.  I’m sorry.”

“I’ll bet you’re fucking sorry.”  Kyle tugged Dorothy’s breast up out of her bra; his fingers sank into her soft flesh.  “Now.  Now that we know you were lying.”  Stretched against his body as she was, Dorothy felt the man stiffen between the legs, against her bottom.  It sent a thrill through her, and not all of that thrill came from fear.  There was something else, something warming in her belly.

“Kyle–”

“Sorry don’t bring James back,” Kyle snapped.  “Fuck, was it worth killing a man so we wouldn’t see your girl here?  Was it?”

“No.”

“That’s right.”  For a moment Kyle said nothing else.  Dorothy knew that he was shuddering, wound taut; the knife’s blade whispered over her skin.  “That’s right,” he repeated, to himself.

Dorothy’s father was watching the other man’s eyes.  Dorothy saw his face fall, saw seams of dread darken his cheeks and the corners of his mouth.  His lips parted but he didn’t say anything.  Impressions struck Dorothy’s mind like hammer blows: Edmund’s coiled body, her father’s fear, the strength of Kyle’s hand slowly kneading her breast.  That masculine bulge pressed against her buttocks.  They left her dazed, warmed inside by dark intimations that she didn’t understand.

Kyle said, “Let’s see what’s so fucking special.”

“Don’t–”

Kyle shoved Dorothy forward and she fell on her hands and knees.  He grabbed the back of her head, bore down with a stiff arm until she was forced to turn her cheek against the floorboards.  Her breasts were crushed beneath her and her full bottom was raised. Dorothy’s father started forward but Kyle put the knife’s point against the back of Dorothy’s neck.

“I swear to fuck old man, if you twitch again I’m going to make a red mess in here.  Do you understand?”

Dorothy’s father nodded.  Slowly, Kyle drew Dorothy’s skirt up her legs and pushed the bunched cloth onto her back.  The young woman’s thighs were soft, full and shapely; they shone in the sunlight.  White panties clung to her buttocks.  The seam between them was just visible through the satin.  Kyle touched the back of her thigh and the muscle jumped under his fingers, sending a quiver through her skin.  His fingers moved higher.

Dorothy couldn’t slow her breathing.  A strange and terrible heat pooled between her legs, as if something had stung her there.  She’d felt an ache there before and she knew that it felt good to press and rub where the lips of flesh came together, but she’d never experienced anything like this fierce, frightening sensation.  Her mother had warned her about the men they’d run across, told her to keep her distance from them.  That they would want to do things to her body that she would regret.  Her nipples throbbed against the wood.

“Please,” Dorothy said breathlessly, not knowing quite what she was begging for.  She thought of the look in her father’s eyes.  Then she said, “Please, not here.”  Whatever this was, it couldn’t be in front of her brother, her parents.

Kyle hesitated, then raised his voice and called, “Ed!  Get in here.”

The other man came in with his rifle.  Kyle said tightly, “Watch these people. I’m going in the other room.”

“Kyle… what are you–”

“I’m going in the other room!”

Dorothy’s mother started to sob, but before Dorothy could raise her head to look, Kyle had her by the hair again.  He dragged her behind him, on hands and knees, into the shadowed den.  The sound of her mother’s crying shifted, softened, and then she heard the rasp of her own breath, Kyle’s boots on the wood, the scuffle of her knees and the tops of her bare feet. Kyle pushed her head down again and knelt behind her.  “Don’t move,” he said thickly.  It was a threat, but the way his voice broke hinted at a plea.

Dorothy didn’t move.

The man pushed up her skirt again.  She felt him peeling the crotch of her panties aside, revealing the trim, even seam of her young pussy.  Suddenly something warm and wet squirmed against her skin. Dorothy gasped.

Kyle was kissing and licking her sex.

Tis the Season!

Happy holidays to my steadfast readers and to all of those who might happen across my blog in the next several weeks!

Since Discipline‘s release, I’ve been caught up in a whirlwind of work, family responsibilities and, of course, writing. On the 21st, I’ll be traveling to visit family I haven’t seen in several years and I couldn’t be happier about it, but it does mean my output is going to suffer (whose doesn’t, this time of year? Work levels go down, waistband sizes go up, ho ho ho). So I’m trying to get as much done as I can.

What’s in the chute right now?

Into the Dreaming CityAt the moment, I’m near completion of a short fiction prequel to Wetware Dreams, which explores more of the post-apocalyptic world that story is set in and explains where our tormented heroine Dorothy comes from. Tentatively titled Into The Dreaming City, I think it will be a worthwhile (and hot!) read for anyone who enjoys having a rich plot to go hand in hand with their toe-curling non-con elements.

I’ve also been working on what may well end up as my first novel. After having discovered several unfinished manuscripts in the dark recesses of my computer, I took one of my favorites out and have been dusting it off. Editing is a painful process but it’s going to be worth it– I don’t know that the end product will be classed as erotica, though there will be plenty o’ sex in it, but I do know it’s the story of the sort I look for on bookshelves.  Thus far, I have around 18k words edited and I’m aiming for a final tally of 60-70k.

Of course, that’s going to take awhile, so I fully intend to keep naughty appetites satisfied by continuing with my short fiction efforts. I enjoy the genre far too much to turn away from it. So, after the New Year, look for further stories from my neck of the virtual woods! Until then, have yourselves a very merry holiday season, and a safe (sane and consensual!) New Year.

Erotic BDSM romance, Discipline, now live on Amazon and Smashwords!

Discipline Discipline, an erotic romance/BDSM novella, is now available on Amazon.com and Smashwords!

What happens when a lifestyle submissive who’s lost her husband-owner of many years and a novice dominant who hasn’t yet found his stride in the scene meet?

When Caroline is approached by Joshua with an unusual proposition, she hesitates– she hasn’t scened with anyone other than her late husband since before she was married, and she’s only just set aside her grief over losing her chosen master. But she can’t deny that there’s something endearing about Joshua, and there’s an itch that she hasn’t been able to scratch in years, one that he might be able to satisfy.

Is she ready, though? And is she able to teach from the bottom, when it’s nearly impossible to fight the temptation to sink into sub space? After their first disastrous attempt, her best friend Lisa doesn’t think so and Caroline isn’t sure that Joshua will even want to try again.

But Caroline is nothing if not stubborn and besides… she really, really wants to make it up to the man who set her nerves on fire before it all went wrong.

Discipline is a novelette of over twelve thousand words, a story without billionaire dominants but with plenty of BDSM. If you enjoy or are curious about power exchange, and if you like mixing your pleasure with pain, this is the book for you!