Jeremy Sterling is obsessed with classic movies, obscure knowledge, and the idea that sexual themes and conflicts are rich fodder for classic storytelling.
Might Have Been was his first novel, winning rave reviews from readers on Amazon and Smashwords, and spending time as the top-rated story on Literotica. He has also written short stories in genres ranging from romance to erotic horror.
He is currently immersed working on several additional stories and two novels, and has no idea which will be completed first.
Jeremy writes for fun, and is happy in his professional career. He has decided to offer his work for free until such time as he has a readership consisting of millions of literate-smut-junkies desperate to fork over enough cash for his next book that he can buy a Caribbean island, such as Cuba. Aim high.
He loves writing about himself in the third person almost as much as he loves feedback, and appreciates reviews, comments, or email. He can be reached via email at email@example.com
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(4.75 from 4 reviews)
With their marriage on the rocks, Megan and Eric turn to a unique marriage counselor who guarantees success in one session, not knowing he uses hypnosis to enforce the terms of any marital compromise...
A Hope in Hell
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
A seductive demon has John locked in her sexual thrall. His only chance is Tasha, a woman whose brilliance and knowledge of demons, both internal and external, may be just want he needs. Except Tasha resents John for thwarting her own attempt at suicide, and sees the demon as offering her the freedom she craves.
John hasn't a hope in hell.
Warning: Sexually explicit - inappropriate if under 18.
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
A Wall Street bond trader possesses the ultimate option -- a succubus. As the body count rises, it becomes clear the demon's true target is him, and it takes all of his will and wits to resist her. His only way out is a ritual requiring him to participate in one last seduction, with no guarantees except only one will survive. Erotic horror has never been more seductive.
Trapped in Amber
(4.33 from 6 reviews)
Despite his desperation to save a marriage reeling from his infidelity, Kevin is fantasizing about Amber, their new babysitter. There's no harm, he thinks -- an eighteen year old blonde cheerleader would have no interest in a married father -- or so he thinks until he discovers a series of online erotic stories that seem tantalizingly familiar. Will Amber destroy his marriage... or save it?
Words With Friends With Benefits
(4.71 from 7 reviews)
Max and Jasmine have been romantically incompatible friends for years, matching wits and vocabulary over an online Scrabble game. After each suffers a disillusioning breakup, they have a chance to discover whether their game can be taken to the next level. Friendship, wit, love, sex and wordplay all intertwine in this work of erudite romance and erotica.
Might Have Been
(4.80 from 10 reviews)
Trapped by bad decisions and a troubled girlfriend, an underachieving young physicist discovers the key to his past and future – a device that transports him to eight decisions and eight women that may change his life -- by revealing the truth of what might have been. Might Have Been is a genre-exploding adventure into quantum mechanics, the multiverse, sex, and the hope of love.
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Smashwords book reviews by Jeremy Sterling
- A Fresh Taste
on March 04, 2013
This is essentially a teaser for the author's other work, but all except for one story is self-contained. It's a very effective sampler, showcasing far more writing skill and nuanced characterization than is typical in self-published erotica. Recommended.