Ashley Spector is a traveling writer of erotica, with a rich, diverse catalog of works to date.Ashley's stories are marked by an empathy for the characters' mind, feelings, and erotic expression. Writing mostly in the first person, her writings are intended as a saucy escape from the norm; a sordid spectacle to delight and revel in.Check out a copy of Ashley's work today, and experience erotica as her characters experience it!
Stolen Fruits: A Bride For The Viking (Part One) (Historical Erotic Romance Novelette)by Ashley Spector
Hilda lives a simple life; busy doing her duties around the medieval village she calls home, she can barely think of another way to live. When Viking raiders arrive to loot and pillage her settlement, however, everything changes. Hilda thinks quickly, and offers herself as a bride to the Viking leader; to follow his every whim and desire, if he'll only end the
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Hilda lives a simple life; busy doing her duties around the medieval village she calls home, she can barely think of another way to live. When Viking raiders arrive to loot and pillage her settlement, however, everything changes. Hilda thinks quickly, and offers herself as a bride to the Viking leader; to follow his every whim and desire, if he'll only end the destruction.
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The story is marked out all but the first chapter do not get
Not your usual victim.
I liked this story it is a short story but a good one
The majority of the story was rendered unreadable. Only chapter one is readable.
I would like to buy this book in paperback form. I do not like ebooks. Please let me know if it's available in paperback. Thank you
As my first venture into the erotic type of novel, I was happily impressed! The setting is in the Viking days and the heroine manages to be both brave, intelligent and beautiful. Of course, I instantly liked her. Because the book is very short, you are plunged into the action right away. When her village is raided, Hilda has to make a choice between protecting herself or her family. She quickly sacrifices herself for her village and is packed away to become a Viking king's bride. Lucky for her, her new husband is a golden, blue eyed hunk of muscle and as one can only expect, they become quickly acquainted in the bedroom and outside of it. The rest of the novel is sprinkled with their sexual interludes as well as a few tense political sessions between her husband and the rest of the Vikings. A quick read, it's still packed with pretty good quality and has an interesting enough storyline that has you wanting to read more. I would note that this book does seem more like a short story so be mindful of that when reading it. It's the first part of the series and does leave you a bit on edge to purchase the second one. Naughty and nice- this book covers both ends rather well.