This is a compilation of four previously published novelettes: A Virgin Sacrifice, Astrophil & Stella, Never Too Many Pregos, and Tart.
Total length is 57,000 words. These works are intended for adult audiences.
Content warning: These stories features graphic sex, oral sex, anal sex, lesbian sex, forced impregnation, pregnant sex, group sex, erotic lactation, sex with dubious consent, some bondage and discipline themes, and non-consensual voyeurism. Strong language and adult only content.
A Virgin Sacrifice:
Paul is sent on a working vacation into the northern Adirondacks to investigate a secretive organization that supposedly practiced human sacrifice. He leaves behind his fiancé who desperately wants to get pregnant and discovers the self-contained village is a throwback to the free love era from the 19th century. He is sorely tempted by the women around him, but will he fall into the open minded attitudes of the collective or will he remain faithful to his fiancé?
This is a 12,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.
Astrophil & Stella:
Stella is a shy but sexually adventurous scientist working at a research university when her world is literally expanded by the visiting professor who is enamored of her and wants her in a way no other man ever has. But can she give up her previously normal life–including the occasional dalliance with her bisexual roommate–for one that might mean being used as the object of desire from an otherworldly creature.
This is a 14,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.
Never too Many Pregos:
Everyone has a kink. Justine’s husband just happens to have an extra-special one. He likes watching her have sex with other men. But he likes to get her pregnant even more. In fact, he likes getting all sorts of women pregnant. Luckily Justine is just fine with this. As long as he knows that he needs to share his other women with her.
This is a 13,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.
Cassie has a problem. She feels guilty over having too many affairs—both with and without her husband’s knowledge. There’s only one way for her to even the score and alleviate her guilt. She needs to procure a woman for her husband to fuck. Who knew that finding sexually available and adventurous women would be so difficult?
This is a 17,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.
Elliot Silvestri lives in upstate New York where he spends too little time reading and writing and too much time on video games and mountain biking. His writing interests include erotica, science fiction, and fantasy, both low and high. He lives a private and secluded life in the company of three cats.
Grace Vilmont likes the more bizarre aspects of human—and nonhuman—sexuality. Much to her own surprise she is married and living in suburbia pretending to live a normal life while the best parts of her life only exists in her mind.