Jane Flowers


Jane Flowers has written many research and technical papers over the years. The adventure into fiction writing is giving her an outlet for all her bottled up creativity. Fiction is like writing with a new exciting freedom of expression that is such a turn on.

The stories are about couples that are committed to each other or learning to become committed with an exploration of sexuality, compatibility and always a happy ending. Everyday should begin and end with a smile and lots of laughter in between.

Jane's interests include travel, gold mining and crystal collecting, and designing beaded jewelry. Life should be a creative adventure to be enjoyed to the fullest every single day.

Contact at: janeflowersgarden@hotmail.com

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Milk Barn Fun
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,990. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic
Milk Barn Fun: The husband of an older couple with a breast milk fetish visits The Milk Barn with his beautiful wife for some fun with a young woman’s boobs.
The Milk Barn
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,690. Language: American English. Published: November 16, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Couples Erotica, Fiction » Erotica » Romance
Vic is a boobs man; he just loves a big pair of jugs. James, his best friend wanted to give him for a day of fun, sucking and fucking at a new private lactation club called ‘The Milk Barn’. You don’t want to miss Vic’s adventures at ‘The Milk Barn’, with the beautiful lactating Jenna.

Smashwords book reviews by Jane Flowers

  • Black Cock Lawyer on Nov. 12, 2012

    In this story I. M. Telling told the reader all about Sheila from when she was a young impressionable girl having her first experience with Daddy to how she changed into a obsessive black cock slut. She is totally into the fulfillment of her own needs either as a lawyer or as a woman obsessed with black men. Mr. Telling’s style is perfect to write about a woman that is only interested in self-gratification and using everyone in her surroundings. This story is hard-core with a fully developed character for you to hate but still want to read more. When will the sequel be coming? There are so many possibilities where Sheila will end up next…
  • The Slave Factory on May 25, 2013

    The Slave Factory is the best BDSM novel I have read. I.M. Telling takes Tonya and five other students through a life changing experience as they are selected and attend The Academy for Per il piacere del Maestro (for the Masters pleasure). After completing the six-month course the Slave students are auctioned to the highest bidder for a year of service. The five students bond and learn limits far beyond any they could have imagined in a safe, controlled environment as they learn to love to submit to the Masters and Mistresses charged with the training for the Company. This is BDSM at its best!
  • Dear John on May 31, 2013

    Dear John does not sound like a name for a funny story but it is by far one of the most humorous short stories I have read in a long time. A young wife is writing a letter to her soon to be ex-husband before he returns from a business trip to find his total life in a complete shambles as she walks. Looking for a good laugh, this one delivers from the first line to the last! I laughed from start to finish; if I could give this one ten stars, I would.
  • The Slave Factory: Exposed! on July 13, 2013

    The Slave Factory: Exposed it the second in the trilogy written by I.M. Telling about The Company know as Per il piacere del Maestro. In this part of the trilogy, Mr. Green starts events in motion that will change many of the lives of the Master and Mistresses and all the staff, as well as the students from The Academy. The story becomes a BDSM thriller as it unfolds with one action scene after another for all the sexy characters. The Company is exposed for the first time is almost a thousand years. Public exposure and the exposure of the dark side of Per il piacere del Maestro make this a perfect title for this part of the story.
  • Words That Don't Offend Liberals on Sep. 20, 2013

    Very funny and took no time to read, much like the vacuum of a liberal's mind. For a good laugh, this one is a good one unless, of course you are a liberal and you just won't get it. Ha-ha!
  • Losing It on Dec. 29, 2013

    Victoria goes off on a strange and sometimes funny adventure looking for a way to Losing It. Mr. Telling has one of his funny twisted endings on this one and you need to read it to see the lengths a girl will go to accomplish Losing It.
  • The Slave Factory: Total Power Exchange on Dec. 29, 2013

    When The Slave Factory ~ Total Power Exchange starts, Lord Fitzpatrick is now one of the Council Lords when he is summoned to an audience before the Grand Supreme Master. Shortly after the meeting Fitz is captured by the evil Lord Bishop, held prisoner, while Tonya and her classmates with the help of FBI agent Brad concoct a plan for his escape. I.M. Telling tells the rest of this story in his unique style that is full of suspense, unexpected twists and turns to make an enjoyable reading experience to this final story of the trilogy of The Slave Factory. As you read, just when you think you have figured out what will happen next, a new twist is added to the plot.
  • In the Eye of... on March 26, 2014

    The title In the Eyes of... could be a number of things in this book. In the eyes of the family in the story, they formed a bond that was deep and full of family love. In the eyes of God, the Reverend Johnson helps the family deal with this question with insight and wisdom of age and experience. In the eyes of others, is a concern for the children involved with the family. You need to read the story so you can decide how your feel about it in the eyes of what the family of characters faced, the personal difficulties they overcame to form bonds deeper than most families ever have. The characters are all realistic, with real problems and struggles to solve the problems. That is the best part of this story ~ the love within the family and how it grows stronger when faced with problems and the unique solution they followed. As a woman that always wanted children, but could not have them myself, I could feel Nadine's pain and frustration. The story has a happy ending, which is one of my favorite things in a book along with a bit of humor here and there to keep a smile on your face. I think I.M. Telling has a great hit with this novel with an appeal to a wide audience.