About This Author’s Works
These stories are explorations of various conflicts that women have, with the twist that the resolution in each is achieved through an erotic contest. They were written so that the scenes and characters would stop begging to be brought to life and leave the author free to work on other things. If at least one other person is inspired to write a well-told tale after reading one, then their purpose has been served.
To fully capture the heart of a man, a woman must first prove herself better than all the others who have claimed it before.
Paths in life may diverge, but memories made with close neighbors don’t quickly fade.
If opposites attract, then alikes engender animosity. Even the kindest of hearts can harbor a desire to humiliate a rival too similar for comfort.
(A Sequel to Perfect Pair)
The duo from Perfect Pair struggle with the internal awakening caused by their first encounter when an opportunity to explore it further appears in the shape of twins who are much more open about their predilections.
A woman confronts her husband’s mistress and calls her a name that’s all too accurate.
When a self-doubting, self-loathing woman buys a beautiful mirror, she has no idea what it will unleash upon her. Not a ghost or a monster, but the essence of her cruelest rival: herself.
Thrown together into an overnight stay with a rival who’s the friend of a friend, a coed discovers that they share the same aggressive and erotic ideas about how to work out their hostility.
Two BFFs settle things privately in a secluded barn when broken promises threaten to tear them apart.