Joelle Casteel

Biography

Joelle Casteel has been writing for as long as she can remember. Explicit, graphic, her writing isn't for minors or the easily offended. Once upon a time, she preferred to write on a PC, sitting on a stool- there were those who told her she looked like Tori Amos playing the piano. She's still trying to get the hang of writing in an arm chair instead, although she manages to amuse her Master with her tiny feet up on a big ottoman. With BDSM gaining a broader audience with various books- which she will not name because she can't stand them- she feels it's past time to put out her impression of what BDSM can look like in reality.

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Books

Gates of the Garden: Book Two
Series: Vala's Story. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 54,610. Language: English. Published: August 22, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » General
Vala is very comfortable in her new life, her new name. The Queen considers, stresses, ponders, leads Vala further into BDSM romance and sexuality. Things are settling down and they aren't for the rest of the stable- as they and Vala learn to live with each other. Please come along with Joelle on this journey. Warning! Lots of sex, BDSM, and amazingly kinky action. LGBT, polyamory. Not the norm.
Out of the Night: Book One
Series: Vala's Story. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 44,920. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM, Fiction » Erotica » Menage/Multiple Partners
(5.00)
Mearr isn't about to admit she needs help, even to the hunky man carrying her. The Queen knows he wants Mearr bad and has a plan. His slaves wait for him to bring her to his mansion. Please take this fictional journey, shared in serial fashion. A bunch of HEAs wait for the end of book 9. Meant for accepting adults. BDSM and sex acts vary widely, like MM, MF, FF, consensual slavery, anal, bondage.
Joelle's Chaotic Collection of Screwing
Price: Free! Words: 27,110. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » General
(5.00)
Do you like your erotica in as many flavors as I do? 14 separate pieces of erotica, both from "Vala's Story" and not, coming from a variety of points of views, pairings of gender. Some full of love and some just rutting sex. Some are related to my "Vala's Story" series while others are just a collection of characters from my mind. This novel is meant for open-minded adults.

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Smashwords book reviews by Joelle Casteel

  • Paying the Rent on Dec. 22, 2012

    Oh what a fun, little read! I want to see more of Kristine though.
  • Fair Trade on Jan. 20, 2013

    I was delighted recently to see Dylan describe one of his books (I'm not sure it was this or another one) as "not for everyone," or whatever words to that effect that he used. I love how Dylan has a definite understanding of his audience and what they want. Dylan did a masterful job of building his setting and the tone of this story. I particularly enjoyed how Steve repeatedly used Joanna’s "stock phrases" to humiliate her further. The touch of sex and humiliation at the beginning was a brilliant foreshadowing as we got to see Joanna and Steve at the trade show. I loved how he brought things to an end- the most unexpected denouement.
  • Bear Love on Sep. 05, 2014

    I found Gary's Book "The 'Pig Boy'" on Smashwords and finding that this book is labeled as being from another author (although I'm glad to report, he's now fixed it on Smashwords so his name appears on his book), although his name and copyright are in the ebook itself, I decided I needed to support him by buying another book of his. That other book was "Bear Love." Three short stories that showed two men falling in love- bears, hairy, large, often hard working, blue collar men. I adore these sorts of stories- have even written a short story or two focusing on this subculture- however when it comes to reading, I prefer to find men like Gary's books. From the bear best friends in San Francisco taking a chance on love, the trucker in need of help in Indiana, to the rancher and the ranch hand- what amazing intimacy and love along with some really hot sex. I always love Gary's word choice, loved the extra short with his cop couple, and can't wait to read another book of his. Now the explanation of why I gave the book 4 rather than 5 stars; Gary's writing style could be considered "needs editing" and I do struggle with wanting to correct things such a punctuation and capitalization, but it really is Gary's style and it makes sense with his characters. It just means I need to do a bit of work to put myself back into the story after some typo has jilted me a bit.