Need a reason to buy my Domme Chronicles book of femdom erotica (other than ‘it’s less than half price, and I told you to’ I mean)?
Read this heartbreakingly lovely email that landed in my inbox <3. Then go get it.
I wanted to pass along my deep appreciation to you for the Domme Chronicles book. It’s beautiful. Each short excerpt is like a love letter to that moment, frozen in time. Some of them are so intimate it makes the heart physically ache in reading them. It captures the grace and beauty that intimacy through power exchange creates, and it does … Continue Reading “Domme Chronicles book sale: Last day”
New York Times best selling author Megan Hart contacted me recently because she loved my book (BECAUSE SHE LOVED MY BOOK!!) *faints*.
I loved the book, which tapped into a lot of what I like to explore in my own writing — the themes of female dominance that is not tied to leather or vinyl catsuits and whips or sex dungeons (not that those can’t be fun!)… real portrayals of what it’s like for lovers in this dynamic. –Megan Hart
This is a must-read I can’t love this enough. The writing is marvellous, sometimes sweet and sometimes raw. These stories aren’t *just* hot (though they are very sexy). Ferns lets us dive into moments of stunning intensity and intimacy. She shows a version of D/s largely missing from portrayals of BDSM: a real, human relationship, incredible trust, and a depth of connection that leaves me in awe and somewhat wistful. Anyone with any interest in femdom
I cannot explain how amazing it feels to get a positive review of my book, and when it’s so beautifully written, I get all a-swoon. It is seriously happy making! *happy sighs*
This one is on Amazon.co.uk (reviews on other country’s Amazon sites do not show up on Amazon.com… boo!).
Edited To Add: If you usually use a different country’s amazon site, you can STILL log into amazon.com with your existing details to leave a review on the ‘main’ site! You know… if you were so inclined… *smile*
Intense and direct This is an intense, exciting collection of writings that