If you like your erotica with a historical setting, saucy servants and lots of spanking and back action this is the book for you. Devon Cream is the first novel of the Cream Trilogy. I'm now looking forward to reading the other books by this author. Smuggling, swashbuckling and sodomy mix in a plot that's tighter than Mr D'arcy's breeches. Cream Tease is the third novel the Cream Trilogy.
Dark acts and darker sex in a race to unearth the secrets of a sex cult. Fortunately for young Alice, there are enough young bucks in the vicinity whose advantage it is in to take pity on her. Sun, sea, sand, sex and a monstrous octopus God. Aishling Morgan is not my only pseudonym by any means, and I've now had over 100 books published, mainly novels, but also short story collections and a little non-fiction. Poppy's Pin-Ups follows the adventures of Stephanie's young brother Henry, as a Lancaster pilot in 1946, with everything from burlesque to bigamy, cabaret to camels. Peter Williams is a sales supremo who lives for the road. Actually, it's this secondary plot - the goings on at the Coppinger hideout, at Molly the harlot's room, or the travails of Polly the scullery maid - which makes it worthwhile, despite the morbid aspect of these encounters.
This is what consenting adults can do for fun. . I did feel as if I was reading a novel instead of a bunch of sexual encounters stringed together in one binding. First she is to learn the bizarre sexual byways of witchcraft. One to read on the road. Conceit and Consequence follows Lucy Truscott and her three female cousins through a series of romantic entanglements- some more bizarre than others - with spankings and other assorted humiliations inflicted on the girls by the bossy Lucy on the way. Finally, she is taken by an elderly and perverted priest before finding her redemption.
The Aishling Morgan books are diverse, with a wide variety of settings and characters, while I aim to provide sufficient plot to make each story worthwhile in its own right. Titles in this series include and Get ready for a role-playing game with a difference! Written with 25 years of experience. When the truth becomes plain, old Pargade is forced to take drastic measures. Userfriendly it's designed for the curious amateur. The author, though, has explicit intentions of aiming for authenticity, what with all the footnotes emphasising the historical accuracy of the plot's details! Slave to the Machine is an elaborate, part virtual fantasy, following the trials and tribulations of singer Melody J as she suffers the consequences of her own vivid imagination. Focussed on playing at home.
Aishling Morgan is not my only pseudonym by any means, and I've now had over 100 books published, mainly novels, but also short story collections and a little non-fiction. The Rake was my first published novel, but is the second book of my flagship series - The Truscott Saga - historical erotica tracing the history of the depraved Truscott family from the mid eighteenth century onwards. There are several elements which could have been expanded on, as a postmodern parody of fairy tale motifs: the crone at Coppinger's, Lucy the evil stepsister Cinderella , Saul Mudge the jester , the stinging nettles the briars from Sleeping Beauty , Molly the samaritan girl, Addiscombe the Beast in search of his Beauty , etc. Or maybe because of it. When a travelling salesman picks up a girl he gets a great deal more than he bargained for.
Peaches and Cream is the second novel of the Cream Trilogy. I don't really understand why Lucy got away with as much as she did, but her comeuppance was brilliant. Velvet Skin blends horror and erotica in a story as depraved as it is sinister. Smuggling, swashbuckling and sodomy mix in a plot that's tighter than Mr Darcy's breeches. Conceit and Consequence follows Lucy Truscott and her three female cousins through a series of romantic entanglements- some more bizarre than others - with spankings and other assorted humiliations inflicted on the girls by the bossy Lucy on the way. About the Author Aishling Morgan is one of many pseudonyms used by the world's most prolific author of erotic literature, with over one hundred published titles.
Polysexual not excluding hetro, gay, lesbian, transgender or polyamorous people. This came as part of the Book-man-8 spiral, and although I had started to think I would never again enjoy one of these books, this one somehow worked for me. Most Buxom follows the travails of the hapless Daniel, a landlord who decides to rent his house out to female students in the hope of some naughty encounters but gets a great deal more than he bargained for when they decide to make him their slave. More than slightly tongue-in-cheek, this has nevertheless become my most popular series and now includes a role playing game. Warning there is a scene involving a little water sport that may not be to some readers taste. Beastly Behaviour exposes the savage and debauched truth being the legend of the black hound of Dartmoor.
Their erotic content is also highly diverse but tends to focus on power play and exotic sex, sometimes very exotic, and always an integral part of the story. As anxious to avoid sharing his wife as he is his wealth, he makes sure she is enmured in his desolate old house on the moors. Designed for the curious, liberated amateur Playful. The author, though, has explicit intentions of aiming for authenticity, what with all the footnotes emphasising the historical accuracy of the plot's details! Part of Aishling Morgan's Truscott saga. Other titles include Purity, The Rake and Beastly Behaviour.
Other titles include and This series is about pleasure; joyful, liberated, sexual pleasure. Conceit and Consequence moves the Truscott family on a generation in a gentle tale of romance and rivalry, fornication and flagellation. But somehow the story worked and it was a fun read. I found it rather reminiscent of Jamaica Inn by Daphne Du Maurier, with sex added, of course. There are three titles, Whipping Girl and Scarlet Vice.
Single Titles Wenches, Witches, Strumpets is a collection of short stories in which Aishling Morgan gives full rein to what is perhaps the most vivid and peculiar imagination in the world of erotic writing. Conceit thy name is Lucy, she rules the roost and never let her cousins forget it. Conceit and Consequence follows Lucy Truscott and her three female cousins through a series of romantic entanglements-some bizarre than others-with spankings and othe assorted humiliations inflicted on the girls by the bossy Lucy on the way. Part of the Cream series. As it turns out, Aishling is very rare indeed as a male name, but then at the time I had no idea that The Rake would be the first of many books, more than thirty in all. I think this is funny, it has a plot that makes sense and some great characters.