Stories revolving around social taboos
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Lady Alene and the Widower
But For You, Yes
Andre wants to tell his girlfriend how he REALLY likes it. But Melonie isn't so convinced she'd like sex that way in But For You, Yes.
After Andre reveals his secret desire to Melonie, she isn't so convinced she'd like sex that way. It takes all of Andre's control and finesse to convince Melonie butt-love can feel good ~ for both parties.
˃˃˃ Would you be willing to try something new or scary for love? Find out how Melonie deals with this very question in this installment of Taboo Fiction.
Cougar Bait in the Coffee Shop
Kalyan, nearly twenty years younger than his would-be lover, would do anything to become Satomi's cougar bait. Including but not limited to: meeting her on her own terms, dying his hair, aging his face with make-up and being the subject of a little PDA.
Satomi is actually resistant to the idea of dating younger men, but Kalyan finds a unique way to get around her age discrimination and their generation gap while proving that maturity isn't hindered by age.Though Kalyan finds Satomi irresistible, she's resistant to the idea of becoming his cougar romance.
˃˃˃ This 10,000 word short-story is in praise of older women, younger men and revolves around the social taboo of age difference romance.
The Demon Inside Me
Do all blood-suckers prefer to get their blood "fresh"?
Or do some like it nasty...
Neush hadn't known she'd be demon bait when she slipped on her jeans this morning. Now, her own family is dragging her, kicking and screaming, to the marble wall and securely fastening her in true medieval sacrifice style.
But instead of an animal, Neush knows the man who is demon possessed. She appeals to her friends’ human side for help.
Zhiek now has a choice and a passion for blood to slake. But his idea of saving Neush is very...unconventional.
When a college professor is blackmailed by a student …
… he has to walk the fine line of being true to his principles and not letting his bloody secret out.
Doctor John Tennison, professor and physician, wakes up every morning and counts his spoons—a measure of how many tasks he feels he can accomplish during his day. One spoon to walk down the stairs, one spoon to teach a class, one spoon to deal with tardy students.
Lupus limits him, but he still gives lectures and works at a hospital. He also makes time for friends, and once a week visits Sanguine Loon’s to sate—or subvert—his one strange desire. His nemesis, the one thing besides lupus that keeps him from leading a normal life, is the blood at the bottom of a little paper Dixie cup.
While Tennison’s blood-drinking habit is a secret, it’s well known that he’s the campus asshole and has no tolerance for students who show up late. When he kicks Vogue model Ylati Badashi out of his lecture hall for wandering in ten minutes late, she’s having none of it. She pouts, she seduces, she blackmails, and puts Tennison at odds with his butler, and finally she tells him the truth about why she needs to be in his class.
Tennison is a man of principles, and though he swears he won’t change his mind, he starts to react unexpectedly to Ylati even as he hates her for making him suspicious of his trusted butler. Tennison has to find out where Mitch goes on his nights off and must deal with a budding attraction to a woman he occasionally hates, all while learning new secrets about himself. It’s going to take a lot of spoons.