Xavier Synn


I do not live my life based on the polarity of right and wrong. When I'm to make a decision, I simply ask myself one question before I determine my actions: Would it be fun?

I am depraved. Brilliant. Lulled by the thrall of lust, and submit willingly to it. I am as much a master as I am a slave. Exhilarated with being in control, in ecstasy when I have it taken from me.

I seek out, embrace, caress those dark desires that most try to suppress. Explore and express them. And my tales exist, to allow you the same privilege.

I'm an artist, and as such I welcome criticism of any kind. I am constantly in search of like-minded people to collaborate with. So feel free to add me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter, and don't be shocked if I do the same. It means you got my attention. If commenting on them here makes you uncomfortable or you wish to remain anonymous you are more than welcome to send your feedback to my email. I also do cover work on the side. If you would like a quote you can use the following: xaviersynn@gmail.com

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Sin's First Flicker
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 13,480. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Men's Erotica, Fiction » Erotica » Contemporary
(4.83 from 6 reviews)
There is a freak in all of us. Some embrace it the moment they notice the opposite sex; others spend their entire lives trying to hide from it. And for a rare few, a single, deviant moment is all it takes to awaken our primal side, then we are changed forever. This is the story of one such encounter, and the beginning path to sin, lust and ecstasy.

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  • Crossing Over on Jan. 23, 2012

    Utterly disappointing. Oh, not the story mind you, rather the fact that only a small percentage of women like a certain act...it truly is a shame. Sorry. I digress. In regards to the story itself: quite surprised, but in the most pleasant way possible. This one was far more focused. She still had her unique way of inserting facts, but went about it in a more seamless manner, even eased once she got into the erotic portion. When I got there, I stayed there and could actually sink into the story. Proverbially speaking of course. I've never actually had an experience like this, but I could relate. She does a tremendous job of demonstrating the nerves and timidness I imagine one would feel in this situation, but it's not blaring and she doesn't harp on it any longer than necessary. She sets it up, which adds a strong connection and validity, gives the indication and leaves it at that. It made the moment where she finally gives in and takes control even sexier. There was actually build up to it. Good detail, and more than a few instances where I thought to myself "Damn. That was naughty." In a good way, though. Something about a girl talking dirty... My only real complaints: There was a weird sentence at the beginning "I’m slim myself, but I do have to watch what I eat and will do the occasional burst of exercise to frighten away to odd ounce or six" and the come/cum thing. I know some authors use both spellings to differentiate between the noun and verb but it's not a well-known technique so I figured I would mention it. Aside from that, though, excellent read. Definitely well worth it.
  • Jake on Jan. 23, 2012

    Brilliant. I won't reveal much else for sake of the "secret" but I dare say that Alessia Brio may very well be the M. Night Shyamalan of erotic novels.
  • Crossing Over on Jan. 24, 2012
    (no rating)
    Oh...okay. That explains it. You guys do all kinds of weird things over there. ;) You have "Dolphins" though, so I guess you're not that different. Actually, the slapping noises did it for me. I'm strange, and sometimes the slightest naughty detail at the right time gets me going. That, and the fact she gushed all over Emma. I'm kind of a perv. On a side note, and I feel kind of bad having a conversation with you in the review section, I am working on that story you asked for. The reason I don't have any yet is...complicated.
  • Unrequited Love on Feb. 06, 2012

    I read this one based on the other review, curious if it was as bad as they made it out to be. I really didn't see it. Not to diminish the other reviewer's opinion, but all art is subjective and I guess I interpreted it differently. No it's not a masterpiece by any means, but it is somewhat of an amusing anecdote. A playful, satirical jab at love in general. Perhaps I found it more amusing because I'm a huge fan of that song "Love Stinks" and in some ways was reminded of it.
  • The Sex Swing Rental on Feb. 21, 2012

    Loved it. The things I typically praise (or criticize depending on the situation) were all present: good focus, thorough technical skill, decent pace and strong voice. What I really enjoyed, though, was--and yes it's been said before--the wit. The ending was a riot, but what really impressed me was the unique way the main character went about selling her wares. I worried in reading the first page that her plan was simply to generate that prototypical response escorts have. You know, the "money is for time and companionship only" line. Instead, her detour around the prostitution law was incredibly unique and truthfully quite ingenious. So much so that I agree with Evangeline Love and wonder, if in another life, Ernest was a working girl.