Thursday, August 17, 2017

Hunger Of the Heart

Good afternoon, Trinity Blacio here with my new release at Decadent Publishing. Now, tell me who does not like a tall dark handsome Native American warrior? On top of that a biker, where is the fan.


Running Wolf was chosen to lead The White Buffalos over ten years ago, helping his people when the calls come in, while also preparing them for the dark day that has been foreseen. When not riding with the wind, his group operates a casino using the money they raise to help their people. But something is missing in his life, or someone. It seems the Great Sprit has responded to his need in the form of a witch-gypsy, Kizzy Lala, who happens to be helping the last survivors of a people thought long dead. Not only stunning, Kizzy has a heart of gold, but Running Wolf isn’t her only suitor.
Kizzy Lala has called in the White Buffalos because the local tribe needs more help than she can give. Kizzy’s life is one of peace until William Teter, a racist jerk trying to destroy the local tribe, decides he wants her. Dodging his touches and calls is hard, but when Running Wolf pulls up with his group of bikers, her brain goes south, relaxing her guard, and making it possible for William to catch her alone one night.
Can Running wolf and his biker friends save the small tribe and Kizzy before William Teter takes both or will the Great Mother call her back into her loving arms, leaving him alone again?


Warriors of old used to ride their mighty horses out into the night, searching for the enemy, hunting for food, and enjoying the land the Great Mother let them borrow. Those times have changed, and greedy men have taken their land. Cities, roads fill their once quiet world. Born on separate reservations, a group of young men with hearts of old souls, long dead warrior’s souls, ride together again, but this time they don’t ride horses. Today, it’s all about the motorcycle. Helping the desperate, following the call of the ancient spirits. They call themselves The White Buffalo MC and it’s their job to get their people ready for the dark day, which was told to them long ago.

Greed will not steal the woman of his heart. Running Wolf will save his crazy gypsy, Kizzy, even if it means reverting to scalping the white man.  


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Excerpt not edited to The Heart's Dark Hunger:

Never did she take her eyes off the one that seemed to draw her attention. He now stood, with his head bowed, his knives still in his hand’s as if saying a prayer, before lifting his head and turning sideways. Lilly swore he stared at the hidden camera and his dark eyes didn’t seem to move for a few seconds. It was if he was calling to her in some way.
Two of his friends moved to his side, one having a cut on his arm, drawing Dark Horse’s attention. Oh, Lilly had known it was Dark Horse. The one who claimed she was his in the email. Plus, he was also the man in her dreams. She scooted back on the sofa, brining her knees up and hugging them. What did she have to offer a man like that? Could she even allow another to touch her after what had been done to her.
Sure the nurse inside Lilly knew it wasn’t her fault she’d been raped and taken by at least four of the Irons, but it still didn’t stop her from shaking and wanting to rip her skin off her body every time she that of their rape, the first incident being the worst. After that, Lilly had just become numb to their groping, silently crying while the took her body, she’d retreated inside herself.
“Are you going to be able to break through the barrier, my Dark Warrior?” she whispered curling up on the sofa watching as the town folk slowly came out of their houses. Peaking to see what was going on.
But what was really freaky was that the bodies of dead Iron men seem to sink into the ground where they lay. That nothing, not even the blood that had once stained the earth was there. As if the Earth was getting rid of what was toxic to this world.
Lilly frowned, lifting up again staring at the town more closely. “What the hell?” she whispered for the first time noticing that the blacktop was gone. There was no pave road coming into town. A dirt paved road was there now, running through her small town. It looked as if she wasn’t the only one to notice this as several of the woman bent to where the road had been and running their fingers over the ground.
“Okay, Twilight Zone is in full force here,”  she mumbled laying back down, her attention going to the property around her burnt down house. “What?” she sat up straight as a van, truck and a few other cars pulled into her drive over the lump that had once been the ravine. A tall man, but older rode up on a horse and seemed to be scanning the area, before he nodded moving his horse closer to where the door to her underground hideout was.

Remember: "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." Helen Keller

May all your dreams and Fantasy's come true for you, Trinity  Blacio

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Golden Flogger Awards

Today I'm off to the BDSM Writers Con. I'm going to meet Lynda Aicher, the keynote speaker and one of my favorite authors, so I'm really excited. I'm also excited about the fact that His Domain, an anthology I'm a part of, is a finalist for a Golden Flogger Award. Each story centers around the Playroom. Mmmmm

'The Prize' by Ashe Barker
A night to remember…
'Devious Tactics' by Katy Swann
She’s been caught in his playroom. Should she leave or should she resort to devious tactics to get what she wants?
'An Intimate Friendship' by Rosalie Stanton
A simple request. A single night. A relationship changed forever.
'Unconventional' by Lucy Felthouse
Penny’s being punished for doing something stupid. But will her punishment turn out to be the best-ever reward?
'Maid' by Anarie Brady
Alice, far from horrified by her new boss’ methods of discipline, embraces a new job, a new lifestyle and a new relationship.
'The Auction' by Rose C. Carole
When David puts his sub Jenna up for auction, they both get more than they bargained for.

The other finalists offer a diverse group of wonderful BDSM books. Check them out here: 




Tuesday, August 15, 2017


The end of summer is always bittersweet for me. I love the lazy days of the season, with no schedules, homework, or rushing around in the mornings to make sure my son gets to school on time. Spontaneous pool parties happen at a moment's notice, barbecues with a bit too much wine and beer, forgotten sunscreen. Summer makes me feel like a kid again.

This summer was eventful for a number of reasons. I released my very first erotic romance, The Submissive Muse, which is getting great reviews.

I fell in love for the first time in 15 years with an old boyfriend I dated 35 years before. (I know!) And I actively started going through menopause, instead of simply flirting with it. (Always hugely exciting for a woman. Ahem.)

But alas, I haven't done any writing on a new book and it's time for ASS IN CHAIR. So I bid the sweet summer adieu and vow to not take 3 months to get back into the swing of things.

Here's hoping you all had a deliciously sexy summer!


Tiffany N. York lives in Southern California with her spirited son, diva Chihuahua, an ever-changing number of cats, and one tone-deaf parakeet. She writes fiction to escape reality. Her two romantic comedies, The Accidental Cougar, and The Meatball Mistress, as well as her BDSM erotic romance, The Submissive Muse are all available on Amazon. Visit her website at

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Love is love is love by Jennifer Kacey

I write a little bit of everything. Seriously....everything. Oh, wait, except historical because it sucks my soul out. :)
But everything else is a big YES!!

I write menage...Jenna's Consent -

Military Romance - Elite Warriors -

Paranormal - Violet's Shadow -

Lesbian - Buried Acceptance -

BDSM - Aslan's Stranger -

NonConsent - Mmmmm - Her Creed -

Romantic Suspense - Final Surrender -

Sweet Romance - No Place Like Home -

And do you know what I've learned with writing a little bit of everything? Love is love is love. That. It's truly THAT simple. Everyone wants to be loved. Everyone wants to find their happily ever after and be able to be themselves. And everyone should have that right.

So simple....."If you can't say nothing nice then don't say nothing at all." Thumper

Decadently Yours,
Jennifer Kacey

Jennifer Kacey is a writer, mother, and business owner living with her miniman in Texas. She sings in the shower, plays piano in her dreams, and has to have a different color of nail polish every week. The best advice she’s ever been given? Find the real you and never settle for anything less.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Fairy Tale Adaptations

The adaptation of fairy tales isn’t something new. This summer, I’ve been teaching a college poetry class, and Anne Sexton is one author we’ve discussed. As a feminist author, tackled several of the tales (re-imagined by Disney). One is Cinderella.

Here’s the opening:

Anne Sexton, "Cinderella"

You always read about it:
the plumber with the twelve children
who wins the Irish Sweepstakes.
From toilets to riches.
That story.

Or the nursemaid,
some luscious sweet from Denmark
who captures the oldest son's heart.
from diapers to Dior.
That story.

It’s a Cinderella tale, right? In fact, the story is so pervasive there is an effect called “Cinderella Syndrome,” where woman wait for that prince to come along. Or, on another take on the radio this week, the hosts mentioned “the California fairytale of winning the lottery.” (Are we the only state that dreams about it? LOL.)

In any case, a student mentioned how one generation often backlashes against the one prior, so Sexton was writing in response to the Disney-fied versions. That not may be the case. Have you seen how violent the originals were?

The Brothers Ménage is a take off the tale Two Brothers. The original Grimm’s story is short and violent. There’s no romance. What I took from the story, though, is the concept of two brothers being left in the woods, and eventually finding love.

There were some major challenges to overcome from the original. But you’ll have to read it to find out how I did it!

If you like retold fairy tales, especially those naughty ones, check out Once Upon a Promo, and enter for the chance to win an Echo Dot.

The Brothers Ménage

Who says all fairytale princesses are cursed?

Blessed with the ability to shift on the first three days of the New Moon, Princess Daphne vows to find a romantic connection before her father locks her into a loveless, arranged marriage.

Twins Cliff and Jacob know all the animals in the forest, until they come across shifter Daphne, who appears to them in different forms before transforming into a human.

As time runs out, the brothers from the wrong side of the tracks must weigh if a lifetime with Daphne is worth sharing their own secret, and if it’ll make a difference. 

Louisa Bacio

About the Author:
A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels.

Bacio shares her household with a supportive husband, two daughters growing “too fast,” and a multitude pet craziness: Two dogs, five fish tanks, an aviary, hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs and hermit crabs. In her other life, she teaches college classes in English, journalism and popular culture.