Natasha Lee


“The freak comes out at night” is the perfect quote to describe Natasha Lee. The native New Yorker relocated to the Sunshine State where she lives the quiet, unassuming life of a medical professional by day but, after dusk her focus shifts to the dark and sensual. She has always had a great appreciation for the written word and began writing short stories at an early age. While her penned works focus on the erotic that is far from her only interest.
She is an avid reader and when her nose isn’t buried in a book of the supernatural variety, she’s either drawing, catching up with her favorite superheroes on the small or the big screen or she’s traveling.
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Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
I’m a creative person at my core and love art in all its forms. But, there is something about books and their ability to create whole new worlds that captured me as a child and never let go. Due to my great appreciation for the written word, there has rarely been a week that passed where I wasn’t devouring a book. But, as years past I found myself stagnant when it came to self-expression. I hadn’t written, painted or sketched in years and came to the realization that it was wasteful to have an unrealized passion. Life is simply too short to ignore the things that spark creativity in favor of the mundane and tedious, so I made a resolution to write my first book.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I was inspired by a need to stretch myself. I have written poetry and short stories before but never anything longer than about 20 pages. I wanted to push myself out of my comfort zone. Delve into a topic that I wouldn't necessarily discuss in my every day life.
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Five Days Her Slave
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 21,540. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
I made a mistake, it was a blip in a near perfect employment record, the kind of thing most bosses would forgive or overlook. Not my boss, Veronica Winters wasn’t the forgiving sort and I had just given her the ammunition she needed to destroy me. If I wanted any chance at the life I had hoped for, I would have to submit.

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