The Pact

A Mischief Erotica Collection

Justine Elyot and Others
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Publisher Description

Original erotica about secret agreements offering kinky satisfactions

Sexy contracts, wagers, trysts, negotiations and the arrangements between lovers that can’t be broken, featuring new stories from Justine Elyot, Lili Harlem, Willow Sears and many more.
Monogamy is too cruel a rule for Tommy and Clara…
If Claudia is to achieve her goals then strict guidance will be required from her husband…
Dean is straight, Tommy is gay, and they’re best friends who make a deal to take their friendship to a new level…

About the author

Justine Elyot is the author of the bestselling erotic novels On Demand and The Business of Pleasure, as well as enough short stories to fill several anthologies. She can often be found moaning about stuff on Twitter!/JustineElyot and sharing the wealth on facebook Full blow-by-blow details of her goings-on can be found at her website:

Rose de Fer sees the sensual in the strange and loves the view from the edge. Her stories often explore themes of bondage, D/s, petplay and paranormal romance. Lust Ever After, her first novella, is a kinky re-imagining of Bride of Frankenstein and is published by Mischief. Her gothic werewolf story “Snowlight, Moonlight” opens the highly regarded anthology Red Velvet & Absinthe. Rose lives in England with her husband, who feeds her wine and raw meat and keeps the chains tight when the moon is full.

Ashley Hind has written novels and multiple short stories, often with BDSM or fetish overtones and a tendency to pair girls with girls as well as boys. Her novel Butterflies was the best-selling paperback for U.S. publisher Pink Flamingo for over a year. Other novels are The Intruder, Snatched, and The Lure of the Killer Heels. Settled in coastal England, an ideal day might include a beautiful sunrise and a beach walk followed by breakfast in a café overlooking the sea. The rest of the time her mind is simply whirring with some of the rudest thoughts imaginable.

Willow Sears dresses in PVC or rubber whenever she writes, and what she writes is very rude indeed. She is currently to be found in London, dividing her time between designing fetish wear and penning numerous dirty stories, including her two novels to date, Witch Hunter and The Executioner’s Girl. She is feisty, witty, and only takes prisoners when she wants to deal out a jolly good spanking. She likes boys almost as much as girls, and loves champagne. Read her only if you dare.

Fiction & Literature
28 April

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