Emma Shane writes Romance and Erotica from her quaint Victorian in coastal Virginia. She stays up all night, snacks on red hots, and drools over Eric Northman and Hank Moody frequently and without an ounce of shame. Her family pretends to ignore this behavior.
New Release! The Taste of Lavender by Emma Shane!
Every person, no matter who they are or how well you think you know them, has at least one deep dark secret. Somewhere, hidden under protective layers of normalcy is something straight out of left field. Chanting in the nude under a pregnant moon. A hidden stash of vodka behind a collection of early American literature. Hiding the bruises behind an unfortunate string of so-called clumsiness. Coveting thy neighbor’s wife.
That last one? Yep, that’s all mine. ~Cindy
Meet Cindy, a freelance book editor and dutiful wife with the occasional wanderlust daydreams. Watch as two worldly neighbors– Maribel and Lucas– move into the house across the street. See how close the women become in such a short amount of time, and how relationships shift and realign themselves.
The Taste of Lavender is a novella of approx. 19,000 words and contains vivid portrayals of passion and other adult themes. (F/F)
Available NOW! STRANGERS ON A PLANE
Strangers On A Plane is a collection of short stories about women that decided to heat up a boring trip with intense erotic moments in mid-flight. (It’s over 11,000 words in length.)
In the story Strangers On A Plane, Myra is headed home from a business trip when she meets a sexy photojournalist that is (thankfully) going her way. She needs the diversion, and the pick me up, before a meeting to finalize her divorce. In this story, she gets what she needs, and then some. (M/F)
In the story Open Doors, boring accountant Maggie discovers her wild side on a business trip to Miami. What starts as an awkward moment quickly becomes an obsession, but a girl can never have enough hot, steamy sex, right? (F/F)
Maryanne is bored with her life. She’s a mother of two small children and her husband is becoming evermore the stranger. What she needs is a job. Something to pad her bank account for the time when her marriage fails. Against all logic, normal and quiet Maryanne takes on quite the titillating part-time job. Now, if she can just keep it from Stan. That is, if she really wants to.