Strangers Come Inside

Adult
Rated 4.57/5 based on 7 reviews
Short fiction (9395 words). Audrey’s boyfriend Nate has a thing about going down on her after sex. He likes to finish, and then lick it back out of her. It’s messy and sticky and kind of hot, so she doesn’t mind. One day, on a whim, she asks if he’d do that after she’s just had sex with another man. Mostly teasing him, with no expectation he would. And he says yes. Contains adult content. More
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About Tess Mackenzie

So first, thank you to everyone for all the support. I’m really pleased and flattered and grateful that people are actually interested in reading what I write.

Just, thank you!

So without further ado, hi, I’m Tess and I write smut. And sometimes other things.

But mostly I try to write slightly thinky, realistic, character-driven erotica. That’s what I think I’m doing, anyway. People do kinky stuff, but hopefully in the way real people might, when they’re having an especially good day. Which is to say, I write about people in strong relationships trying new things, like bringing in new sex partners, and sometimes about their relationships getting complicated and ending, too, but usually in ways that mean its for the best. So people change, and develop, and live their lives, and that’s connected to the sex they’re having. And they have a lot of sex.

Some of what I write is about women and men, and some of it is about women and other women, and this should be clear from the blurbs.

So anyways. Here’s the new plan. I’m going to start putting everything I write up for free as soon as it’s done.

Yep, that's right. Everything I ever write. All of it. Free.

I should probably write that as FREE!!!

Then, every so often, I’ll also make anthology collections and put them up for a price. Because then it can be like a weird validation thing, with the getting paid. But without actually stopping anyone from reading.

So that all sounds a bit weird right? Everything’s free except it isn’t? Well, I really like this place, and I also like people reading what I write. So it kind of makes sense, at least to me. And yes, it is kind of part of a devious plan to, um, I don't know, win you over, I guess, and guilt you into one day eventually buying things. But really, really mild guilt, I completely promise. So don’t worry if you ever end up buying anything. Read all the same!

Because, yeah, I want to sell billions of books one day, but I also want people just to read what I write, and I don’t want people to feel pressured to pay, and this all seems like it might work.

So just to be really, completely clear, so no-one is upset when they realize later on. The anthology books collect stories into an actual book, and an ebook is probably easier to read, and if you would like to buy it, I would really appreciate it, and that would be fantastic. But on the other hand, if you’d rather try reading a little first, or would rather not pay at all for whatever reason, then please don’t!

Because the stories in the books are the same stories as are already up for free as stand-alone ones. And the ones that aren’t, those are on my website, and are usually the shorter or less smutty ones.

So if you’re already paid for stuff, please don’t feel like you’re getting tricked here or something, because paying has always been only if you wanted to, and you didn’t have to. This is just trying the same idea on a bigger scale. And if you have paid in the past too, you really don’t need to pay again, there isn’t anything new you can’t get elsewhere.

I mean, except the new stories as they appear, which I’ll keep putting up as free, like I have been for the last month or so anyway.

So basically, there’s no need to pay for anything unless you want to.

So right. We’re all clear on this?

Yay!

And also, um, thank you. Really, just thank you all heaps for reading what I’ve written until now, and wanting to read other things, and just for everything, really.

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Reviews

Review by: A.V. Roe on Dec. 02, 2014 :
Kinky, definitely kinky. Kinkier that most Mackenzie reads I've read. I like oral fixation, wet, messy sex and this is it to the extreme. Good that it's fantasy because it was very dangerous behavior but it added to the dynamic. Ms. Mackenzie's writing style is primitive and this short story had many typos, but if you're into kinky fantasies, this is a quickie erotic mind orgasm. I enjoy her works, no matter how bizarre the grammar, because the plots are fascinating and her examination of people's thought processes during their arousal is thought provoking for the reader. Would I do that, is a question you are constantly asking yourself. And of course, her characters always go ahead and do it, give into their most primal lust.
(review of free book)

Review by: Roan View on Sep. 23, 2013 :
Good writing. Enjoyably believable. Makes me wonder....what it. And isn't that what a story should make you do?
(review of free book)

Review by: lawguycr on Sep. 15, 2013 :
Very well written and erotic. For those of you who have a creampie fetish, you will really like this. It also shows the conflict in the woman's mind as she lets other guys bareback her for her boyfriend's pleasure. Definitely recommend this author and I will be reading more of her work.
(review of free book)

Review by: Ken Rander on Aug. 07, 2013 :
great very hot
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: E M on July 30, 2013 :
hot.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Rafe Gironde on May 12, 2013 :
An excellent short read. Mackenzie has emerged as one of the best new writers of this genre. Prose is excellent. Imagery is powerful. Tension is consistently effective.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Katy D on Feb. 28, 2013 :
This story was interesting - and hot. The dialogue was a little too casual for my liking. I feel like there should have been some serious conversation somewhere in the story. And I'm not sure the ending was my favorite. But it was a quick read and an interesting situation.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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