Silly, thoughtful, sympathetic, naughty, delusional, moody, loving, begrudging... that's me in a nutshell.
I'm a full-time mom, wifey, healthcare worker, and wanna be switch. I was born and raised in a sexually repressed, strict Christian household in the bible belt of the USA. This upbringing and repression contributed to my wicked imagination and writing has been my only outlet for my sexual fantasies. Finally at the ripe old age of 40, I've mustered up enough courage to share my naughty thoughts and put pen to paper. I sincerely hope to find my niche in writing erotica in all forms, be it romance or paranormal.
I don't consider myself an author. I consider myself an avid reader above all else, and someone who simply writes the stories that the voices in my head tell me to.
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by Ella Dominguez
Approx. 1,340 words.
NaNoWriMo 2013 book. Last updated
Sawyer's story from The Art of D/s trilogy.
Reliable, trustworthy, loyal to a fault - Sawyer is the kind of man other men want to be; a real man's man. But behind the facade of a his tough exterior and deadly silence hides a man with dark secrets. Always content to be in the shadows, now is the time of his sexual awakening.
This Love's Not for Sale
by Ella Dominguez
Approx. 96,560 words.
Published on September 30, 2013.
Written for mature audiences. Romantic erotic comedy.
Erotic, touching and humorous.
Arrogant, brutally honest, real estate mogul alpha male fond of bondage and discipline meets a stubborn, opinionated, and impatient woman. He wants her land. She wants nothing to do with him.
Lust, lies, deception. Kinky times, power struggles, and denial.
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- The Master and the Maid
on Dec. 22, 2012
Let me start by saying that this book is not my preference or my usual genre. I have never been fond of anything historic in nature regarding books and I think its been because of the language used in them. This book, however, was written in such a way that it never felt condescending to me, regarding the language. I often forgot that I was reading a historic book and was only reminded when a scene or setting was described, which I immenseley appreciated. This book is written beautifully, and I don't often, if ever, say that. It started a little slow for me, but it held my interest very shortly into the book. I know it's good story when I lay in bed wondering what will happen next to the main characters while I'm trying to fall asleep, and is a testament that this author has a gift for storytelling. All of that being said, I will look for more books by this author.
I vacillated on what rating to give this as this, 3 or 4 stars, so my official rating will be 3.5. Or 4. Or 3.5. You get the point. Its a good story and I would recommend it. :)
- Wrap Me Up
on Dec. 24, 2012
What a wonderful holiday story. It's sweet and funny, and has just the right amount of delicious naughtiness to keep me satisfied. There are laugh out loud moments, too, making this story well-rounded and a genuinely fun read. Nice work!