New Release! One Last Try: A Swingers Story


It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: One Last Try: A Swingers Story.


Check out the summary:

One last chance to loosen up her husband. If this doesn’t work, nothing will.

Madison’s marriage to Mike has its ups and downs. Right now he’d say it’s an “up,” but she isn’t so sure. Mike’s a vanilla, straight-laced guy. He likes to eat the same thing for breakfast every morning and doesn’t like spontaneity. 

Unfortunately, he’s a bit sluggish in the bedroom too. Anything that flirts with being kinky he won’t try. She’s desperate enough to try anything to jumpstart the spark in their marriage, even to the point of trying to get him aroused by her old best friend, Joanne.

She hasn’t seen Joanne in years, but a phone call and an hour of catching up is enough of an opening to invite her and Mike over for a fun getaway. Being under the same roof as a saucy newlywed couple like Joanne and Marco might do the trick for Mike.

By the end of the weekend, Madison will either have exactly what she wants or her love life might crash and burn. Either way, it’s worth a try.

If you enjoy steamy stories of swingers, wife swapping, and husband swapping, you’ll love One Last Try.


I want to give a huge thanks to everyone on my Launch Team, who are invaluable for their feedback. And of course, thank you to my readers for all your support. I owe everything to my readers and their continual patronage.

If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.


One Last Try: A Swingers Story



Being married to a traveling sales rep wasn’t always fun for Patti. The nights could get long and lonely, often forcing her to refocus her sexual frustration into other things. Gardening, knitting, and ballroom dancing were the most common pursuits. But there were some nights when she just needed the escape of a friendly next-door couple and wine. And Evelyn and Cooper were happy to bring some over.

  “Another glass of Chardonnay?” Evelyn asked, pointing to Patti’s glass.

  “How about another bottle?” Patti asked. They all laughed while Evelyn poured the one glass for the time being.

  “Something tells me you’re missing the hubby again,” Evelyn said.

  Patti nodded. “I know you probably get tired of hearing me complain, but you have no idea how hard it is to be married to a guy who’s gone more than he’s here. Doug’s more married to his job than he is to me.”

  “Well, that’s just Doug’s way,” Evelyn said. “Back in college, it was the same thing with studying. The man’s a workaholic.”

  Trying to picture her husband back in college always put a smile on Patti’s face. She leaned across the table. “What was the most fun you ever saw him get into back then? You knew him pretty well.”

  “Doug letting loose in college?” Evelyn asked. “Hmm, I’ll have to think about that one for a while. He didn’t do any drugs or party much. He barely drank, that I saw. Too much of a straight arrow for anything like that.”

  Cooper tapped his wine glass. “He was the type to go to conventions for fun. Most college students couldn’t care less about that stuff.”

  “I remember,” Evelyn said. “He tried to get me to go to one of them as our third date. Needless to say, I wasn’t all that interested.”

  Stunned, Patti held up a hand. “Wait, what third date?”

  Evelyn’s eyes narrowed. “When we had a few dates in college. You’re telling me he’s never told you about it?”

  Patti realized her mouth hung open, and she snapped it shut. “I had no idea the two of you dated.”

  The couple glanced at each other. Clearly Cooper knew too, as he wasn’t surprised at all.

  “I thought he told you,” Evelyn said.

  “No, he didn’t. Well, he mentioned he knew the two of you in college. But he didn’t mention . . . all that.”

  “This all happened before Evelyn and I dated too,” Cooper said. “Sorry to be the one to tell you. We thought you knew.”

  Evelyn reached over and tapped the back of Patti’s hand. “I would’ve mentioned it, but it’s not exactly polite conversation. You know, talking about dating your friend’s husband. I can understand why you’d be a little upset about it. But you do know this was before he met you.”

  Patti took a deep breath. “You’re right. I really shouldn’t be that bothered by it. We’re all friends, after all.” At least we are now, she thought.

  “Look, you’ve always meant everything to Doug. I remember when the two of you first met, we knew you were someone special when he turned down our offer.” The last few words trailed off into her napkin as they were almost too quiet to hear.

  By her tone, Patti was afraid to ask. “What offer? What do you mean?”

  Evelyn looked down at her lap. “Oh God. I shouldn’t have said anything. Cooper?”

  Cooper shrugged. “You’ve already said it. You might as well.”

(end of sample)






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