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Esmeralda Greene is an erotica writer dedicated to the principle that erotic fiction can be red-hot raunchy while also being written with intelligence, elegance and style. In addition to her self-published works, she has sold short stories to such venues as Sweetmeats Press, Circlet Press, Xcite Books and Clean Sheets Magazine.
Esmeralda's erotica has been called "exuberantly sex-positive," "life affirming," "scorchingly hot," "fresh," "daring," and "skillfully written."
Speaking for herself, Esmeralda says, "My stories are fun, sometimes funny, sometimes clever and witty; but most of all they're sexy. Kinkily, raunchily sexy. Good clean fun at its baddest and dirtiest.
"I sometimes deal with strange and taboo subject matter, but my stories are never dark and my characters are never victims (though some of them may pretend otherwise). My characters always enjoy and exult in their sexuality, engaging in their various unusual and illicit acts with unapologetic joy and a zest for life."
Esmeralda lives in the outskirts of Great Falls, Montana with a poorly trained dog and an even more poorly trained girlfriend. The icy winter nights have taught her the value of a fit body, a vigorous partner, and most importantly, an energetic imagination. Sometimes her steamy flights of imagination boil over in the form of an erotic story, making nights warmer for everyone.
Visit Esmeralda's website at www.esmeraldagreene.com and contact at email@example.com
on July 25, 2014 :
Another brilliant tale from the queen of erotica, Esmerelda Greene. She is a master of suspense and without giving anything away, twists that are just plain hot and sexy.
Keep it up Esmerelda, you are so talented ;)
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
on July 22, 2014 :
Not a 'typical' Esmeralda story - if there is such a thing. The sex, as always, is highly erotic and the writing simply perfect, but there's an unusual undertone of wistfulness and regret that makes this storyline more thoughtful and I found myself thinking about Ursula long after I'd finished reading. I'd love to read more stories about her...please?
(reviewed the day of purchase)