Eden Baylee


Eden Baylee left a twenty-year banking career to write erotic literature. Incorporating some of her favorite things such as travel, culture, and a deep curiosity for what turns people on, her brand of writing is sensual, sexual, and literary. If you only want sex, please look elsewhere.

Her latest release is a book of erotic flash fiction and poetry called HOT FLASH.

SPRING INTO SUMMER is her second collection of erotic novellas and the companion piece to her first book, FALL INTO WINTER.

In 2014, she changes gears and releases a psychological mystery combining the styles of John Fowles/Charles Bukowski/Haruki Murakami and a dash of Pauline Réage.

Eden loves hearing from readers, so connect to her via her website at www.edenbaylee.com and all her social networks.

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Fall into Winter
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 59,700. Language: English. Published: June 24, 2011. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Romance
(4.83 from 23 reviews)
Fall into Winter is a book of 4 erotic novellas—two are set in the fall, and two in the winter. Though common elements unite the stories, each is unique and stands alone. The themes include: younger man, older woman; ménage à trois (MFM); past lovers; and second chance at love.

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Smashwords book reviews by Eden Baylee

  • Pilate's Cross on Jan. 26, 2011

    Pilate's Cross has a bit of everything—action, romance and spine-chilling suspense. Mr. Greenwood has a very strong voice for mystery storytelling. His style is to tease and draw you in, and that’s exactly what happened when I read his book. Now I must wait patiently for his next one to be further thrilled by the adventures of John Pilate. ***Big 2 Thumbs Up***
  • The Girl called Christmas on Nov. 14, 2011

    I enjoyed the subtlety and mystery of the encounters. Well written and sensual.
  • The Collective on June 01, 2012

    *** ORIGINALLY reviewed Oct 17, 2011 and posted at http://edenbaylee.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/review-the-collective-by-maxwell-cynn/ *** As a former banker and fraud consultant, I know how susceptible we are to cyber crime. Sophisticated and organized, computer criminals steal your money and identity without your knowledge. Maxwell Cynn’s newest novel builds on this reality and increases the fear factor. The tagline, ”If they control your computer, they control your mind,” provides a hint of how vulnerable we all are to The Collective. The story begins with Dr. John Peterson (aka CG), a clinical psychologist who works at a state correctional facility. He has stumbled upon a computer virus and its devastating effects on his patients. In one instance, a perfectly stable businessman has killed his entire family and has no memory of it. The Collective refers to an underground organization whose goal is to infiltrate society’s collective unconscious to move it to a “higher level.” They’ve unleashed a virus named Nemesis to carry out their plan and the Internet is its conduit. Despite the trail of fatalities, those working on the Nemesis project consider their cause to be a noble one. CG attempts to destroy the highly adaptable Nemesis virus, but he’s had to go into hiding to do so. Having developed an anti-virus called ArchAngel, he has come to the attention of the Collective and is now considered a threat. While on the run, CG discovers he’s become a cult figure amongst hackers, and with the help of a feisty, sexy female named Sear, he strives to stop the Collective. Set against the backdrop of New York, New Orleans, and Zurich, The Collective reads like a cross between George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Identity. Like the protagonists of those books (Winston Smith and Jason Bourne), CG is a highly intelligent man who has suffered mind control. Does he have the mental strength to hold on to his identity and fight for his beliefs, or will he become indoctrinated by the Collective? Maxwell Cynn has written a novel that seamlessly blends technology with psychology. It’s a story that seduces us into peeling back its layers to uncover the elements of a great thriller—conspiracy theory, intrigue, and suspense. The Collective is certain to become a modern-day classic. Don’t miss it!
  • Jim Fosse's Expense Claim on Jan. 14, 2013

    The protagonist, Jim Fosse is not unlike some men I've met in corporate life. What makes this story truly humorous is his candor and irreverent behavior. An enjoyable introduction to Mr. Dolan's writing.