Jennifer Roberts writes short stories. However, her more accomplished alter ego CJ Roberts, has sold over 3,000 copies of her debut novel Captive in the Dark and is writing a sequel to come out in September of 2012.
Las Vegas is the place where dreams come true and hopes are dashed. Turn any corner in Sin City and you never know what you might find, but whatever it is, you won’t soon forget it.
Two sexy couples play and learn the meaning of 'High Stakes'.
SHORT STORY: 9K, 15K w/excerpt
A collection of erotic stories, featuring MMF and FFM bisexual menage a trois from up and coming indie authors: Jennifer Roberts, Daisy Dunn, Anthony Beal, Mistress Rae, K. Rowe, Dani Brown, T.S. Addison, and Laura B. Cooper.
Anthony Beal is a writers, writer. His work is not for the masses, but neither is the work of Anais Nin or Walt Whitman. And yes, I put his name in that company. He won't like me doing so, probably, but tough, because it's what I believe.
To give away the plot of The Escapists would be to deprive you of a thorough mind f**king (as you can read, I lack Anthony's finesse). Let me just say that his writing is incredibly smart.
If I have anything negative to say, it's that sometimes it can be TOO smart and a reader can get lost in what he is trying to say.
One such paragraph might be:
"Reverent house lights dimmed. She took the stage like a wanderer returning home from a trip around the world. Her dress she peeled off like old paint, like the skin of the most sensual and luxuriant fruit the world had ever seen; one tasted by none but kings. Oh, the hours that any man watching would have filled alone with her, naked with her, and oh, the things with which he would have filled them! Forceful acts held at bay only by consideration of their consequences played out with lurid specificity in the heart of each observer. Were these premises not devoted to entertaining gentlemen of the highest caliber, then much sexual criminality might well unfold nightly here." -- Anthony Beal, The Escapists
It can be like finding the meaning in a poem sometimes, but if you can be patient and let the words crystallize in your mind, the experience is well worth it.