A Night at the Nutcracker Suite

Adult Erotica
Brett’s writing use to be inspired by real life. Now, he spends his time on-line, and his tales are more fictional than before. Then he meets a woman who offers to trade him his fantasy for hers. But, when she gets him alone, he learns the erotic fantasy of sex and CBT he agreed to isn’t his at all. And the story she suggests he writes will be more real than anything he’s ever written before. More
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About Matt Nicholson

Matt Nicholson is a freelance writer and editor for Darker Pleasures Publications. As such, he has written all, or parts of, every story Darker Pleasures has published.

A fan of breast-oriented BDSM, Matt's tales, and those of his co-authors, range from R-rated erotica to hard bondage and BDSM fiction. Their stories are available individually or in a number of anthologies including the "Tales of Submission" series and the "Beat 'Em or Bite 'Em" series. Many of Matt's solo stories have been collected in the money-saving volume "The Ultimate Beat 'Em or Bite 'Em: Erotic Stories of Breasts and BDSM".

Matt also writes stories involving CBT and femdom in Darker Pleasures' "Blue Label" series. You can find much of his female dominant stuff in the "Bust 'Em or Bite 'Em: Erotic Stories of Ballbusting and Hard CBT" anthologies.

Of course all his stories, and stories by every other Darker Pleasures writer, are at Darker Pleasures (www.darkerpleasures.com). If you care to contact him, feel free to e-mail him at mattnicholsonwriter (at) gmail.com.

About the Series: Blue Label Short Stories - Intense Female Dominant BDSM, CBT, and Ballbusting
Female dominant, male submissive BDSM erotica to spark the imagination. Tons of extreme CBT action along with a lot of other great bondage and wicked torment, all written solely to satisfy your darker pleasures.

Also in Series: Blue Label Short Stories - Intense Female Dominant BDSM, CBT, and Ballbusting

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