Lilah Harding studied journalism, worked telephone solicitations to earn money while in college, and fell in love for the first time. From that first tumultuous relationship, she learned the arts of suspense, seduction, anticipation, and illusion. Those arts began to inform her writing, as well.
Facing financial hardship, Lilah discovered by a lucky accident that she had a talent for the entertainment industry of phone sex, which paid much better than the traditional telephone sales she’d undertaken. Each client was a story, a play, an intimate theater production for an audience of one.
The story changed for each client, based on their needs and desires. Stories ranged from innocent tryst to experimentation to humiliation or violence. Lilah embodied the roles of counselor, partner, dominatrix, victim, enemy, and lover.
As a writer, working with clients provided fertile ground for the development of erotic stories. It allowed rare glimpses into raw, guileless human behavior which could inform future characters. Lilah Harding writes erotica for fun and profit.
In Plain Sight
by Lilah Harding
Tori and Stuart indulge in an interesting fetish: they "meet" in public places. Each time has its own exciting aspects. In Plain Sight introduces us to Tori and Stuart as they pursue their passion in a refrigerated locker of a convenience store. What surprises might be in store for the exhibitionists? Read Lilah Harding’s erotic short story and find out!
by Lilah Harding
Late on winter nights, they meet in secret to explore their passions. Quietly, nearly wordlessly, they relieve the tensions that build between them. It is a ritual of young love, but is it enough? Contemplate the answer when you read Silence, an erotic short story by Lilah Harding.