With over fifteen years in journalism and over a decade living overseas, Riley Banks knows how to tell a tale or two. Her fast paced novels hook readers and keep them hooked to the very last word.
Riley creates worlds readers won't want to leave.
Whether she's writing sexy, adult novels or action packed YA, you can rely on her signature to shine through: Fast pace, gripping suspense and characters so rich and bold they will stay with you long after you finish.
Her Vampire Origins series is already being touted as the next big thing in YA literature. Packed full of action, adventure, romance, and evil, Vampire Origins weaves historical fact with fiction to explore the origins of five very different vampire tribes: Strigoi, Cambion, Bretonnian, Strix, and Nosferatu.
Riley's debut novel, The William S Club, is an erotic thriller jam-packed full of passion, corruption, secrets and blackmail. It takes the reader on an edge-of-your-seat ride through France, Italy, Dubai and Australia.
For more information on her work, visit her website: http://www.rileybanks.net
This short, flash fiction starts with an open gate in a picket fence.
Closed, the gate guards the pathway to paradise. Open, it becomes an omen; a harbinger of death; a reminder of the horrors she has already survived. But now, instead of her husband, it is her children at risk.
The Garden of Love is the most infamous swinger's club in Paris, where every sexual appetite finds release.
It is one thing to watch the Parisian sex shows. Quite another to partake in the action.
Can Sofie convince her friends to let go of their colonial inhibitions and indulge their erotic desires?
A sexy excerpt from full length novel, The William S Club.
A Guy's Secret Guide to Fifty Shades of Grey
on June 24, 2012
Thanks for saving me the trouble of reading Fifty Shades of Grey. I'm a woman and, surprise, surprise, stuck with you until the very last laugh. Thought that maybe for the guys - and us girls too discerning to read the real 'crap' - you could have given us a more detailed plot description of the sex scenes - after all, isn't that really the only thing the women are reading for?
As a writer myself, I'm still shocked at how well some very poorly written books can sell. Think Fifty Shades of Grey is the Twilight of the sexually repressed housewife.