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Her Fantasy Reality
When the line between fantasy and reality is erased, the real fun begins…
At a boring benefit dinner, Stacy keeps herself occupied by imagining erotic encounters with the other guests. When it’s time for the evening’s spousal auction, one of the sexy men she’s been fantasizing about bids on her — and wins! Will Stacy’s evening end with a demure dessert for two … or has her husband planned something much more exciting?
Reader advisory: This 11,000-word story has been heavily revised, extended, and reedited. It is for adult readers only and features steamy daydreams, a BWWM hotwife cuckold, oral sex, girl-on-girl, and just desserts. Previously published as Fantasy vs Reality.
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She offers satisfaction above and beyond what is requested.
Lexie’s job as a housekeeper at a five-star hotel doesn’t normally include the unique and risqué form of room service that important hotel guest Mr. Malena has requested, nor the generous tip he’s offered. Lexie can’t resist, and what should have been a one-time thing turns into an introduction into the sensual world of customer satisfaction. She finds much enjoyment in her “work,” but is it worth risking her job?
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Erotica, MF, MFM
Themes: BDSM (D/s)
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Sealing the Deal
[Assistant’s Position 4 – finale]
by Zenobia Renquist
Publisher: Razor’s Edge Press
Genre: Contemporary BDSM Erotica, Office, Boss-Secretary, FFM, MFMM, Voyeurism/Exhibitionism
They’ll evaluate every part of her performance, with a raise dependent on how she uses her assets.
Rachel is up for her yearly review. Her work ethic has been above standard and she’s confident in her skills. The board plans to scrutinize every bit of her, leaving nothing untouched. Rachel knows her performance will get a raise out of them.
Rachel is back after a long vacation. It’s a slow start, but Matt and Christine are both eager to supply the hands-on support Rachel needs to get back in the swing of things.
Starting off this week’s writing update right.
19 July (Friday) – Early AM
I’m up late waiting for the start of my Cyber Launch Party to celebrate Favored Dragon’s Release and ended up with a scene idea for the Daily Grind Series. It’s the main character’s birthday, which is a later book that doesn’t have a number yet, but I wanted to get the basics of the scene down before I forgot. So I put 1049 words on it. Just enough to get the flavor of the scene. How I’m going to pump it up to 30K is a matter I’ll figure out later. 😛
Intermission… I got ready for bed and then came right back because I got an idea on how to begin a story I started long ago. I don’t know why it popped into my head but the scene just fit. I came back to my computer and put 1,344 words on that story before heading to bed.
19 July (Friday) – Night
I put 975 words on Selected Lovers finishing it up at 25,324 words. All done. Now I just need to write the tag line and blurb and then it’s off to my editor. The Caveat Emptor series is officially finished.
Back on track.
Trying to get Selected Lovers finished up, like I said I would. I put 4,418 words on it today. The word count is almost up to 17K. I had to add in a chapter to give some more depth the heroes. This will end up being the longest book in the Caveat Emptor series, but since it’s a one-shot spinoff, I figure that’s allowed.
And I came up with titles for the final two books in the Pre-Game Show series. Those two should be finished right after I focus on them again. There’s very little that needs doing in either. Just flesh out some scenes and then turn them over to my editor.
Selected Lovers got another 7,386 words. It’s now at 24,349 words with only a little bit more to go until it’s finished. I have to give the two heroes names, put in the heroine’s description, put a little more on the heroes’ descriptions, and then flesh out two or three sex scenes as well as tighten up the ending and I’m done. Not bad work for a story I started five days ago on 12 July.
I haven’t done a writing update since 23 April. There’s a really good reason for that — I went to the mainland on 01 May and didn’t get home to Hawaii until 12 June. In that entire time, I wrote nothing. I had a few ideas that I jotted down in my ipad for future reference (and I’ll get to those soonish) but no actual writing.
For those who keep up with me on FB and my newsletter, I landed in the hospital with an infected kidney stone on 04 June and didn’t get discharged until 10 June. Yup, I was in the hospital for a week. Not fun. Water is your friend. Drink lots because kidney stones REALLY hurt.
I ended up missing the Reader-Author Get Together convention I would have attended the day AFTER the kidney stone hit me. Still not happy about that. But anyway, I’m home and I have been writing LOTS. I just haven’t been updating my blog that I’ve been writing lots. I have been updating FB though.
Unlike previous writing update posts, I’m not going to day by day. That would take too long. I’ll just give word counts of what I’ve been writing since I got off the meds (the side effects kept me from writing or doing much of anything except being a bump on a log). 22 June hit and suddenly I had to write. I’ve been writing ever since.
22 June – 13 July 2013 Writing Progress
* Daily Grind Book 2 – 16,476 words
* Daily Grind Book 3 – 8,585 words
* Daily Grind Book 4 – 27,657 words
* Daily Grind Book 5 – 21,044 words
* Daily Grind Book 7 (…maybe) – 3,432 words
* Daily Grind Book 8 (…possibly) – 1,668 words
* Daily Grind (abandoned idea) – 9,642 words
* Daily Grind (still not sure if I’m using this) – 3,073 words
* Story Idea “Statue” – 9,320 words
* Story Idea “Domme” – 6,678 words
* Pre-Game Show Book 3 – 5,770 words (total 8,912)
* Pre-Game Show Book 4 – 11,690 words
* Selected Lovers (Caveat Emptor 7.5) – 12,525 words
All totaled that’s 137,560 words in about 22 days… give or take since I didn’t write everyday. The only story that was started before this binge was Pre-Game Show Book 3. All the others are brand new. Suffice to say, my muse had some catching up to do and the frenzy isn’t over yet.
For those wondering, Daily Grind is a new series I have at Ellora’s Cave for their Exotika line (erotica). I have one book contracted (Filling the Void) and five other books planned and in various stages of being written — as you can see from the above. I figure Book 2 should be finished soon but first I have a deadline with Changeling Press for the spinoff of the Caveat Emptor series called Selected Lovers. That’s the story about the menage couple mentioned in the epilogue of Eternal Lovers.
My plan is to get Selected Lovers finished and to my editor this coming week (14 – 20 July) and then spend the rest of July putting the final 15K words (or so) on Book 2 of the Daily Grind series.
Once I get all this Erotica out of my system, I’m switching back to DRB mode to finish the next book in the Hidden by Dragons series at Siren-Bookstrand. It was already started from way back when. It has 11,243 words on it already. Likewise, the final book in the series is started as well — 5,356 words currently.
And that catches me up with the writing update. I resume my normal Friday updating schedule on 19 July.
It seems I made Bad Barb’s day. 😀
“Thank goodness for sequels… Zenobia Renquist should be required to write one of these installments a week… There is everything you could want in this series and cannot wait to see what is in store for Rachel next.”
~ Barb, BadBarbsPlace
Assistant’s Position, Book 2
by Zenobia Renquist
Razor’s Edge Press
eBook BIN: 06434-02068
Genre: Contemporary Erotica, BDSM, Voyeurism/Exhibitionism MF, MMF, Office Fun
She knows what they want, what they do best, and where to be when the two meet.
Rachel is the sacrificial lamb sent to soothe the savage beast that is Gerard Perkins, the head of accounting. All others before her have failed but Rachel is sure she can handle him and have him purring under her touch in no time.
Rachel isn’t finished with Gerard Perkins. Her division needs overtime and he’s the man to give it. But the return of Gerard’s assistant, a jealous man who doesn’t like to share, might put a damper on things… unless Rachel can engage both in joint negotiations.
Read an Excerpt: http://www.changelingpress.com/content.php?utype=note&uid=6434
Before and After Work
Assistant’s Position, Book 1
by Zenobia Renquist
Razor’s Edge Press
eBook BIN: 06317-02030
Genre: Contemporary Erotica, Multiple Partners, BDSM, Bisexual, Office, MF
The harder she works, the luckier she gets.
“Stuffed Elevator”: Rachel has entered an elevator with the company’s top executives. It’s a nerve-wracking situation that escalates when multiple people start groping her. The numbers are getting closer to her floor. Rachel hopes they can get her off in time.
“Working It Late”: Rachel doesn’t mind staying late to get the job done but her boss wants her off the clock and out the door. She’s happy to comply until she catches him talking dirty behind closed doors. Everything he describes gets Rachel hot, so of course she’s anxious to find out if talking is all her boss can do.
Read an Excerpt: http://www.changelingpress.com/content.php?utype=note&uid=6317
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When the line between fantasy and reality is erased, the real fun begins.
Stacy hates benefit dinners — fake smiles and empty conversation with people she can barely tolerate. Good thing she has her imagination to keep her occupied with sexual fantasies involving the other guests. And as the night wears on, it gets harder to tell where fantasy ends and reality begins.
Genre: Contemporary Erotica, Multiple Partners, MF, FF, Open Marriage
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I Need an F
by Zenobia Renquist
Razor’s Edge Press
eBook BIN: 06277-02017
Genre: Contemporary Erotica, MF
Length: Short Story
She ordered the wrong thing… or did she?
A simple night out with the girls with a drinking game to pass the time becomes so much more when Liria orders the wrong thing. It’s a good thing her bartender is a talented and versatile man able to handle any order.
Read an Excerpt: http://www.changelingpress.com/content.php?utype=note&uid=6277