RG the X-mas Elf: I had planned a fireworks display, to end this X-mas in just the right way. I had dancing girls and X-mas snacks. I had acrobatic Elfish acts. I had circumstance and I had pomp. I had planned the frolic and the romp.
But alas, our friends have shuffled out. The lights are dimming all about. And the final song is playing slow…For it’s now Day Twelve…and it’s time to go.
If you’ve still got mead let’s toast once more, the eleven days that came before. And with jingling bells and laughs and tears-We’ll send you off with The Smutketeers.
The Smutketeers Present: A Kinky Christmas Carol Series!
Blinded to the Present…Avoiding the Future…Running from the Past
The Knight Family is a wealthy, powerful Chicago clan that knows everything there is to know about making money–but they have plenty to learn about love. In this three series novella–Eden Bradley’s Getting Scrooged, Robin L Rotham’s Not So Tiny Tim and R.G. Alexander’s Marley in Chains–you’ll meet Holly Knight, her nephew Tim, and her cousin Marley Knight-Williams as they face their ghosts, fulfill their fantasies and finally discover the magic of Christmas.
Favorite holiday food or drink: Pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream! Okay-maybe it’s really the whipped cream I love. :)
Favorite holiday song: All I Want For Christmas Is You. It was my favorite long before we did the video!
Favorite holiday movie: Love, Actually. I watch it all year long, but *have* to see it at least once over the holidays. I love every one of the stories, and the music is perfect! I cry every single time watching the closing scene.
Favorite holiday tradition: Decorating the tree! I’m a bit obsessed. I have a huge collection of ornaments, and my favorites are the hand-blown glass ones. (And no, that wasn’t meant to be dirty-minds out of the gutter!)
Favorite gift on my holiday wish list: A pony. Seriously. And shoes of course.
Weirdest holiday memory ever: I can’t possibly tell you without implicating someone…
Best holiday memory ever: See above.
Holly Knight doesn’t have time for Christmas. As the head of Knight Enterprises in Chicago, she doesn’t have time for anything, not even a personal life–other than her brief, secret liaisons with men who remain strangers. Until a new stranger comes to town…
Ebenezer Hall is a ‘closer’. His job: negotiate a merger with a woman who is as notorious for being a hard-ass as he is for being a charmer no one can resist–and he’s not above mixing business with pleasure as long as it’ll get him what he wants.
The chemistry is sizzling hot, and things get even hotter when Ben’s friends and long-time lovers Justin and Kit arrive in Chicago. Three gorgeous men are even more exciting than one, and Holly’s body is sated in ways she’s never even dreamed of. But she can’t allow herself to be distracted for long–her priority is always business…and protecting her heart.
Can an infamous playboy and a hard-hearted corporate mogul ever admit to their heart’s desires? Or will it take a little holiday magic for them to realize that all they want for Christmas is each other?
Warning: Contains all ingredients for the perfect kinky holiday: Three men demonstrating blow-job techniques–on each other–because the author couldn’t resist. Neither can Holly. Neither will you. A little sensual domination, because Ben can’t resist. Neither can Holly. Or Justin. Or Kit. Put it all together with some Christmas magic and mix–vigorously. Served hot. Best enjoyed with a side of sex toys.
Eden Bradley writes dark, edgy erotica and erotic romance for Bantam/Delta, Harlequin Spice and HQN, Berkley Heat (as both Eden Bradley and Eve Berlin), and Samhain Publishing. Two of her books have been Romantic Times Top Picks, and her novel FORBIDDEN FRUIT was profiled in Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Red Hot Reads column in 2008. More recently her BDSM book THE DARK GARDEN hit the top paperback fiction charts in the UK.
Robin L Rotham
~Favorite holiday food and drink: Favorite holiday food is Nanaimo squares, a candy my Grammy made (and which I now make and force on others during the holiday season), and my favorite drink is my Grandmother’s hot cinnamon punch.
~Favorite holiday song: So hard to pick just one! O Holy Night and the Coventry Carol come to mind first.
~Favorite holiday movie: Bing Crosby’s White Christmas and Going My Way. (I know, who saw that coming, right?) The Holiday is my new favorite.
~Favorite holiday tradition: Going to my husband’s family for four different holidays
~Favorite gift on my holiday wish list: I want a yellow VW bug, one of the slightly older ones that still looked cute and friendly, not the newer ones that look squinty-eyed and mean. If I don’t get it, which I expect I won’t, I want a new dining table big enough for company, with plenty of chairs.
~Weirdest holiday memory ever: When I was in 3rd grade, Mom bought a real evergreen tree, one with the root ball bound in burlap. She wanted to give it to her parents for Christmas to plant in their back yard. But first we used it for a Christmas tree in our apartment. Obviously a tree stand wouldn’t work, so Mom improvised and stuck it into this big red plastic fire toy fire hydrant my sister and I normally kept stuffed animals in. Our Christmas tree in a fire hydrant is a sight I’ll never forget. :)
~Best holiday memory ever: That would have to be every Christmas when my kids were still small. There’s nothing like seeing the wonder on a child’s face Christmas morning.
Video game mogul, philanthropist and heir to the Knight empire, Tim Crichton has three F-zones—the friend zone, the family zone, and the, er… fun-buddy zone. No crossover is allowed because it might create a fourth—the forever zone—and Tim knows forever just isn’t in the cards for him.
Miranda Girard has always known she and Tim were meant to be together, but when she got tired of waiting and made a move, he rejected her. Now it’s time for their Christmas reunion dinner and she’s damn well going to put on a happy face and attend—after she stops at the bar for a little liquid courage.
Peter Vaughn can’t wait for his new house to be finished so he can move out of Tim’s apartment—living with a man he wants and can’t have gets old quick. But work on the house has ground to a halt and he’s stuck there until after the new year.
It all seems hopeless until a jolly old doorman nudges Peter and Miranda together, and a little Christmas magic quickly escalates to a scorching holiday encounter that will either rescue Tim from a lonely future…or cost him the two most important people in his life.
Reader Advisory: Contains 30% more cheese and 20% less kink than your usual Robin L. Rotham fare. (It’s Christmas, people!) Also contains ménage, m/m, mild BDSM elements, four ice-skates, three lovebirds, two black towers, and a doorman with a plan.
Robin L Rotham has been a bestselling author of dominant Alpha aliens, frustrated farmers, and seriously depraved and deliciously kinky scientists. She has been on the board with Passionate Ink for years, is a member of the acclaimed Romance Divas and the newest Smutketeer. She writes for Ellora’s Cave and Samhain Publishing.
To find out more about her books, including a few of her more debauched and famously inventive erotic romance offerings (Like Alien Overnight and FrankenDom) Head on over to her WEBSITE.
~Favorite holiday food and drink: My family has cookie parties every year. I’m usually never anywhere near them since I couldn’t bake if my life depended on it-but I love to sample. I also have this thing for the smells of Christmas. Cinnamon and cloves, oranges and mulled wine. Everything tastes better when it SMELLS like the holidays. :) (But chocolate is good on any occasion…just sayin’)
~Favorite holiday song: This is a hard question! I love the more bluesy and unique renditions of holiday songs. But I used to cry when I heard Do You Hear What I Hear and Little Drummer Boy by Bing Crosby. Oh, and I LOVE Baby, It’s Cold Outside, All I Want For Christmas Is You…So many. Seriously, there are few I don’t like.
~Favorite holiday movie: Another HARD question. White Christmas, The Holiday Inn, Miracle on 34th street (the Natalie Wood version) My all time absolute favorite for most of my childhood was It’s a Wonderful Life. LOVED it. Now Love, Actually is not only my favorite for the holidays, but whenever I feel low. And I even like the Santa Clause and Fred Claus. I also still love those old clay animation movies with Rudolph, the abominable snowman and the hip, musical narrators. :) I’m a sap for Christmas. I believe in Santa! I do! I do! :)…can I add that I now wait with anxious anticipation for the crazy Christmas Doctor Who specials? I’m a sucker. You can say it lol
~Favorite holiday tradition: The tree, singing and driving people crazy playing the music, going to pick out special ornaments, turning off all the lights to snuggle on the couch and watch the lights glowing on the tree, making the ornaments sparkle. Oh, and family of course :)
~Favorite gift on my holiday wish list: A pony like Eden lol-but actually this year I’m not sure I want any thing. I just want happiness for everyone I love. That is not a Miss Universe answer…it’s the truth…but also a pony. :)
~Weirdest holiday memory ever: The year we were strapped for holiday cash and my mother decided we would make presents. We made wall art out of scraps of carpet, picture frames from popsicle sticks and pennies and glue…we worked HARD on those presents. And they were the most hideous things any of us had ever seen. I was kind of proud of that. :)
~Best holiday memory ever: A million Christmas mornings of wonder. Of believing in Santa. And when I was older, the stern conversation my mother had with my sister and I about him…Santa I mean. During Christmas, we were to pretend he existed. Even if we knew that she knew it was just pretend (especially for my sister) She announced there would be no Christmas, no presents, unless we pretended to believe in holiday miracles. It was one of those moments when I knew I was pretty lucky to have her. A woman who fights tooth and nail to make sure we get to experience magic as long as we possibly can.
Running from the past…
Marley Knight-Williams has avoided the ghosts of her past for seventeen years. Now, after one thoughtless decision and too many margaritas, they’ve found her. Her memories, her heartache…and her men. Just in time for the holidays.
Boxer and gym owner Michael O’Shea is at the end of his rope. When his best friend Carlos comes home from serving his country, he’s a changed man—broken and wounded, inside and out. Michael knows there is only one person who can bring him back, one person who can make this a Christmas they will all remember. And he’ll do whatever it takes to bring her around.
Even if he has to break out the chains.
Time has changed them all, but it’s only banked the embers of their passion, and when the flames flare to life, they burn hotter than ever. Will the heat be enough to sear away the obstacles that stand between them? Or will it drive them apart before they can finish what they started all those years ago?
Warning: These characters shocked the author…Just sayin’…Menage and explicit sex. Schoolboy fantasies given a kinky adult twist. Voyeurism and exhibitionism. Spin the bottle, spanking, dirty sexting, and chains. Pervertable use of a poor innocent cane. Romance and magic and holiday love. With special guest appearances by Bob, Other Bob and Better Bob.
R.G. Alexander (aka Rachel Grace) is a bestselling author who has written over 20+ erotic paranormal, contemporary, sci-fi/fantasy books for multiple epublishers and Berkley Heat.
She has lived all over the United States, studied archaeology and mythology, been a nurse and a vocalist, and now? A writer who dreams of vampires, witches and airship battles, and feels lucky everyday that she gets to share her stories with her readers. She is happily married to a talented chef who is her best friend, her research assistant, and the love of her life.
She’s won or placed in several writing contests, including Passionate Plume-as well as reader awards, such as ARe’s bestseller award.
If you want to find out more, go to her WEBSITE
Also-to celebrate this holiday release by the Smutketeers, RG’s holiday read from last year FOUR FOR CHRISTMAS, is free from Dec 14-18th on Amazon!
Dreaming of a White Christmas led her straight into their arms…
In this holiday spin off of the bestselling novella Three For Me?, saving a man in a snowstorm leads Georgia Bale to an isolated cabin, where three men have an important promise to keep. A promise Georgia soon becomes caught up in herself.
She just wanted to survive Christmas, and her bad holiday karma. She had no idea that accepting a friend’s invitation to Colorado would lead her to her perfect man. Times three.
What does an eccentric writer do when a compassionate doctor, a dominant police officer, and a handsome adrenaline junkie only have eyes for her?
Use her imagination.
But when the storm clears, she’ll have to decide which path to take. The way back home, or the road less traveled.
Warning: A bit of heart tugging, excessive use of imagination, role playing (the dirty kind), foursomes, magic, a guardian angel or two… and the kinky use of holiday themed beverages.