Tales of nuptial naughtiness from K.D. West and Mary Cyn!
Everyone dreams of the perfect wedding — some people get to live them!
Sometimes, the reality blows the dream right out of the water, and the afterparty leaves the reception in the dust.
From Stillpoint/Eros authors Mary Cyn and K.D. West, here are four tales of couples — and moresomes — who find that true bliss has nothing to do with a white dress:
The Visitor Has Company: Lea, Andy, and Sean are settling in for a nice quiet evening at home — handcuffs, some lube, threeway love at its best — But the doorbell rings, announcing an unexpected guest. The Visitor has a visitor, and who knows what that will bring? Danger? Disaster? Wedding bells? For whom? To whom? With whom? (MMF+ ménage à trois erotic romance. FMM, FMF, MF, interracial polyamory romance. Bisexuality. No firemen were harmed in the making of this story — but that doesn't mean we didn't mess them up a bit.)Goddess: When her brother Andy married his girlfriend Lea — and their boyfriend Sean — Jessie felt sorry for herself. Here she was, alone, unloved. But when two gorgeous firemen friends of her brother decide to show Jessie a very, very good time, well, who is she to say no? And when they make her feel like nothing less than a goddess — well, who is she not to say yes? (BBW, MFM heterosexual threesome)Never a Bride: Meet Kat McKinney: Marital Aid. Kat doesn't envy her married and to-be-married friends. Really. Well, maybe she envies them the party. And their ability to be sure of someone. Maybe that. But if some of those married and to-be-married friends want to include her as a third from time to time... Well, who is she to disappoint them? (Polyamory romance, infidelity, MFF and MFM threesomes)Cold Feet: Meet Kat McKinney: Emotional Mess! Kat is once more a bridesmaid. For her cousin. In Brazil. What more could a self-proclaimed wedding slut want, right? Except that the groom-to-be is Dan. The one who got away. The one man Kat can actually imagine standing in front of an altar with wearing… Well, maybe not white. But a wedding dress. Or part of a wedding dress. Kat finds that sometimes it's difficult to choose between what's right and what you really, really want. (MF, polyamory, infidelity, HEA)
(50,000 words. Stories contain explicit language and scenes of sexuality between consenting adults. Adult readers only!)