Laylah Hunter has been writing erotic fiction for the last decade, starting with fan fiction and branching out into original work when the draw of imagining entire worlds became irresistible. Most of Laylah's work explores speculative themes, queer relationships, power imbalances, or combinations thereof. When not writing, Laylah enjoys long walks through scenic video game landscapes, drinking froofy coffee, and being at the mercy of two very needy cats. It all comes back to the writing eventually, though.
Gabriel's City: A Tale of Fables and Fortunes
For spoiled young aristocrat Colin Harwood, the port city of Casmile is a buffet of easy pleasures. But when he steps into a pub brawl to help a dangerously outnumbered young man, he is drawn into the seedy underbelly of the city the young man calls home.
Consumption has claimed the life of Adel St. Claire, cutting him down in his prime. But his lover, Josef Leitner, isn’t ready to let him go. To get Adel back, Josef is willing to risk the anger of Adel’s family, make unsavory deals with a corrupt mortician, and challenge the authority of death itself.
The Camellia Missions
Jay is a young decommissioned solider who ventures into an online game with full sensations, Way of Illusion. Upgrades are too expensive for his veteran’s pension until he discovers The Camellia, a house of ill repute and sensual software adaptions. Jay soldiers on into a world where gender changes instantaneously and blowjobs are digitally enhanced. Jay might find more he than he realized. (M/M)
Falling Into Her Arms
The angel Ambriel never expected to be caught up in the rebellion against the Tower to Heaven. She found the passion of the rebel Keteb persuasive and inspiring. Captured by the Tower, Ambriel finds herself alone but for the decidedly un-tender mercies of the Inquisitor. Were it not for her love of Keteb, Ambriel would have broken long ago. (F/F)