Holly Liteman


Just a happy, cheerful girl who loves life and sex and holidays, Most of my stories will be centered around the holidays.


Holly's Christmas Bonus
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,450. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2011. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Lesbian Erotica
(4.67 from 3 reviews)
Holly is in charge of setting up the Christmas decorations every year, but because of her having a medical condition that gets her sexually aroused at a mere touch, she is known throughout her company as being free with sex - for both men and women. This year, however, everyone employed by the same company is in for a special treat as they receive more than their usual Christmas bonus.

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Smashwords book reviews by Holly Liteman

  • Parallels on April 19, 2010

    It's been a few days since I read this book and I had to come back to say how much I enjoyed it. Great characterization and the over all tone of dialogue between each one was excellent. It made it so much easier to picture each person with how easily they interacted with one another. Loved the more romantic parts, even though there weren't that many. This author must have a great love life in order to write these types of scenes so realistically. More romance next time, but that's just me.
  • Bug, Naked & Horny on July 30, 2011

    Funny and dramatic both. I love it when a writer can catch my attention and make me both laugh and cry, almost at the same time. Jackson Williams does it in Bug, Naked & Horny. Even the title is funny, though the cover is dramatic. See what I mean? Both on the same cover. Great marketing. The plight of this young woman who is just out to have a good time with friends and ends up only four inches tall and sprouting bug parts from different areas of her body. Good thing she was able to conceal all but the wings. Wouldn't be a pretty sight otherwise. Five stars for Jackson Williams for dreaming up and writing a story that is as provocatively sexy as it is belly-breaking funny. Let's hope there's a sequel in his brain.
  • The Ladyboy Killer on July 30, 2011

    I thought this was going to be a murder mystery or at least a crime drama type story, but nope, it was a biography that was about - wait - I don't want to spoil anything if you haven't already read this story. Let's just say it is a mystery - of sorts - for the main character, who gets visited by (No, not the ghost of Christmas past, present and future) a gorgeous young woman who has the hots for him and proves it by getting naked right there in his office cubicle at work and making out with him. Yea, like the rest of us don't do that too. Really. Why else would employers have designed our spaces with so much privacy? Great job writing and making me feel what this man lived.
  • New Life on Aug. 05, 2011

    This was soooo wonderful a story. I was touched beyond beleif by the drama in the first chappter. And the second and the third. lol All the way through was just sooo touching and I cried like a baby. I hate seeing kids going through so much trauma in their lives but it was heart warming to see things change. I wish the ebst for Brooke and Frank.