In the London of the 1880s, genteel young women are strictly governed and taught to obey without question. But not Pamela Kingston. Her guardian—the handsome and masterful Peter Rennard—indulges her every whim. When Pamela confides her most intimate fantasies to him, he promises to initiate her into a hidden world of desire . . . and teach her the infinite pleasure of pure sin.
Indulge in SINS AND SECRETS—a unique choose-your-own sexual adventure from the author of PASSION.
Go as far as you dare . . . what happens is up to you . . .
AND . . .
For anyone in the New York City area, I am pleased to announce Rachel Kramer Bussel has invited me to read an excerpt from Sins and Secrets in her monthly In The Flesh reading series. Here are the particluars:
IN THE FLESH EROTIC READING SERIES
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 at 8 PM
AT HAPPY ENDING LOUNGE, 302 BROOME STREET, NYC (B/D to Grand, J/M/Z to Bowery, F to Delancey, http://www.happyendinglounge.com/)
Happy Ending Lounge: 212-334-9676
In The Flesh gets literary in October with short story writer Jami Attenberg (Instant Love), spoken word impresario Mo Beasley and members of his dirty-word powerhouse UrbanErotika, playwright Christen Clifford (Baby Love, 17 Guys I Fucked), novelist Marcy Dermansky (Twins), San Francisco-based author Stephen Elliott (My Girlfriend Comes to the City and Beats Me Up, Happy Baby), and erotica writer P.F. Kozak (Passion, Sins and Secrets), along with host Rachel Kramer Bussel, who will be celebrating the release of her new anthologies Caught Looking: Erotic Tales of Voyeurs and Exhibitionists; Naughty Spanking Stories from A to Z 1 and 2.
In the Flesh is a monthly reading series hosted at the appropriately named Happy Ending Lounge, and features the city's best erotic writers sharing stories to get you hot and bothered, hosted and curated by Village Voice sex columnist and acclaimed erotic writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel. From erotic poetry to down and dirty smut, these authors get naked on the page and will make you lust after them and their words.