A double wedding means a double bachelor party, and Danny and Gil are pleasantly buzzed and pleasantly surprised to have survived the stag night. They're getting ready to stumble off to bed when one last unexpected guest shows up. It's their quiet, brainy friend Ruth, who's not so quiet, not very sober, and not completely dressed. She left Diana and Phoebe's party because they wouldn't let her play... And so she's decided she's going to entertain the grooms-to-be in a manner that neither of them will ever forget!
Allison's journey of discovery is truly taking off. This Juliet is struggling as she tries to reconcile herself to her new understanding of her life and her sexuality. One lover halfway across the country is complicated; when that lover is more than twice Allison's age and used to be her teacher, it's more than complicated. And taking another lover is even more so - especially when that second lover is Allison's best friend Jordan.
Three scorching first-time threesome tales of friends discovering that they can become much more!
Jen and Jack's marriage is magical - in more ways than one. When they were young, Jack and Jen fought and won a war, and came out heroes. Then they got married, got jobs, raised kids, and lived, for the most part, happily ever after.
"Wow! Fantastic is right!"
It's the world's oldest story: a girl, her fireman, and her other fireman. When Lea heads off to Atlanta for a job interview, all she's thinking about is the work. Well, and Sean, her best friend's brother. Sean, the tall, muscular firefighter with the gentle Southern drawl and the wicked smile - whose couch she's going to be sleeping on.
"Theaters and Firefighters and Planes! Oh My!"
It's the the world's oldest fantasy. A threesome. A ménage à trois. A love sandwich.
Most of us have fantasized about being with a pair of lovers. Some of us have been lucky enough to live the fantasy. K. D. West brings you a collection of steaming-hot tales of friendly mènages - a girl and two guy friends becoming...much more.
"Folding Herself In (Bachelor Party)": A double wedding means a double bachelor party, and Danny and Gil are pleasantly buzzed and pleasantly surprised to have survived the stag night. They're getting ready to stumble off to bed when one last unexpected guest shows up. It's their quiet, brainy friend Ruth, who's not so quiet, not very sober, and not completely dressed.
Lea and her firemen burn the theater down! Andy and Sean are going to join their lover, Lea, at the theater where she works, but are they going to watch a show, or are they going to be the show? This trio is taking things to the next level, in every sense, and Lea thinks that's wonderful...but what about the neighbors? And her coworkers? And - gulp - what about Sean's mom? She and her boys are finding that as complex as their relationship is, it's nothing compared to trying to explain it to the outside world.
As Allison's awakening continues, she discovers that sometimes what seems far away can be incredibly close. When her friend Jordan comes to visit her in college, she finds that BFF and ILU mean a lot more in person than over a text.
When you fall in love with your teacher, that's taking a chance. When your teacher falls in love with you, that's taking it to a whole new level. Allison finds her Romeo, but Ken is much older - and he's her teacher.
Lea is visiting Atlanta on a job interview, and her best friend's brother, Sean the firefighter, is happy to give her a place to sleep. But his is the bed she'd rather sleep in. Or perhaps it's his roommate Andy's? And when a visitor comes to her that night...Well, who is she to be picky if it's one, or if it's the other, or...? A tale of lust, mistaken identity, uncertainty, and embracing the unknown - literally.
"Boring story; Over-the-top narrator"
Lea's flying home to San Francisco to pack up, separating her temporarily from Sean and Andy, her two gorgeous firemen; she'll have to do without them for weeks... Or will she? And just what has Kirsten - Lea's roommate and Sean's sister - been up to while Lea's been gone? Find out in The Visitor Comes Home!
From K. D. West, four sensual tales of seduction, desire, serendipity…and pleasure.
"Steamy, steamy, and more steamy"
A fairytale where the heroine gets the princess. Rose is the youngest of Sir Roland's three children, and the best beloved. When her father fails to come back from an attempt to rescue the princess from a neighboring kingdom from the notorious and mysterious Black Knight, Rose does not hesitate to strap on her father's old armor, the red faded almost to invisibility, and ride into the dark forest to help him.
On the day when she is supposed to marry Georges, the brewer's son, Brilliante finds her feet leading her out of town and away from that life: across the river and into the enchanted woods, to find a bewitched farm, a beautiful maiden who needs to be rescued, and a new life.
Sensual and steamy, erotic and amusing, here are seventeen stories of erotic romance by K.D. West. Drawn together from three different collections, this boxed set runs the gamut from emotionally complex to hilarious and everything in between - but always exploring the ways in which sex and sexuality make us human.
Felicity, Ben, and Aaron have been friends for years. During a rainy-day get-together over margaritas, Felicity challenges her men to a game that will bring things to a whole new level.
In a beautiful city, take one part heartsick man, add one part gorgeous young woman and seven parts cayenne-hot sex. Mix together and you've got the gumbo that is…The Big Easy. A tale of sexual serendipity.
Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? Lea always takes pride in a job well done. Sean and Andy take pride in Lea doing well, and pleasure in doing Lea well. As she begins her life in Atlanta in earnest, Lea asks herself if her arrangement with Sean and Andy might not be too much of a good thing. And when they ask for more, are they crossing the line from a friendly threesome... to a friendly menage? Never one to take things lying down, Lea gets down to business.
For Ken, virginity was something to get rid of. For Bridget, it's something she's supposed to hold on to. He wants her. She wants him. What could go wrong? This is a tale of finding sex in the most surprising places.