Hunter Darkly is a British writer of erotic fiction whose works span many genres, from fantasy and paranormal romance to urban and mild taboo. Hunter believes that variety is indeed the spice of life and likes to keep readers entertained and always guessing as to what is coming next. Darkly likes to balance light and shade and the works are often sprinkled with good humour as well as plenty of hot action.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Top two - The Sea, The Sea by Iris Murdoch, and Nabokov's Lolita. I thoroughly enjoyed being in the heads of two such creations. Charles Arrowby for his shocking hubris, and Humbert Humbert for his shocking behaviour.
The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go, both by Kazuo Ishiguro. Wonderful storytelling and beautiful use of the English language.
The Fellowship of the Ring, Tolkein. Everyone should set out on an adventure.
How do you approach cover design?
In one word - frugally. I'm slowly learning Photoshop so hopefully ever-improving!
After reading this story I longed to be back in my early manhood... maybe back at the poolside with this hot milf of a mom! As ever with this writer, a super hot extended sex scene that delivers the goods. Very good.
I was thoroughly looking forward to continuing with Jennifer's adventures as she realises that she might have missed out on her own youth, and decides to make up time by enticing her son Jonathon's friend James into an illicit affair - I wasn't disappointed by this second story in the series.
Whilst Jonathon is out with his girl and Jennifer's husband is away on business, she and James enjoy a little dinner date with another like minded couple. This 'dinner scene' is particularly well done - very sexy - as the two couples share more than food beneath the table; excellent stuff.
I shan't spoil it by describing the final denouement - I shall only say that it doesn't disappoint.
An excellent erotic tale.