Spy GamesMy story ‘A Great Conspiracy of Spies’ has been published in the House of Erotica anthology of erotic spy stories, Spy Games. From the sunny streets of South Florida, to the bars of Paris, to the backstreets of Rome where a secret club for old spies lies hidden, Spy Games is a collection of nine tantalizing tales in which spies and detectives seduce and deduce in all corners of the world. Edited by Jillian Boyd and featuring stories from the likes of Zak Jane Keir, Slave Nano, Emily L. Byrne and F. Leonora Solomon, Spy Games is filled with danger, desire and the thrill of sex and spying. Unleash your inner Mata Hari and devour this collection… should you choose to accept this mission, of course.

Story blurb

The security of the realm is at risk. Mary Queen of Scots is believed to be at the centre of a plot to assassinate the Queen. Elizabeth I’s spy master, Sir Francis Walsingham, is anxious to incriminate her. To that end he plants his creature, Gilbert Gifford, into Mary’s household. In an attempt to obtain evidence that will incriminate Mary, Gilbert seduces Anne Bennett, one of her ladies-in-waiting. As letters between Walsingham, Gilbert and Anne are exchanged, has the spy obtained a lover and a loyal supporter or a treasonous ally of Mary and her conspirators?

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Story extract

Sir Francis Walsingham, Elizabeth I's spy-master

Sir Francis Walsingham, Elizabeth I’s spy-master

You hath advised me I shouldst use whatever means necessary to continue the pursuit of my investigations and no doubt your honour doth appreciate the tools of the spy are both multifarious and wily. For, your Honour, there is no better spy than one who wouldst act out of love, for a person in this felicitous state will take such risks that a more cautious spy dare not. Let me elucidate; for I have secured the attachment of a girl who is close to Mary. This girl, who doth go by the name, Anne Bennett, is one of the Queen of the Scots’s ladies in waiting and a trusted confidante of Mary, as close to her as any that doth serve in her household. I will explain in more detail the nature of this liaison so your Honour can be assured of its potential to expose these heinous plots. I didst have the opportunity to partake of some dancing in the great hall to which certain members of Mary’s household, including this Anne Bennett, didst frequent. I didst first espy her from across the hall and immediately recognise her as one of the ladies in waiting that doth attend Mary. Most assuredly, she is a creature of great poise and beauty; her complexion lily white and her bosom most fulsome. Our eyes didst meet from across the hall. I couldst see she was drawn to me, which I must confess was of no surprise, as I am assuredly most attractive to women and being dressed handsomely wouldst have appeared a most dashing figure. Therefore, I took it upon myself to introduce myself to this girl and immediately didst sense a mutual attraction. At close quarters she didst smell of exotic spices and her breast did swell and heave from under her dress. During the course of the evening, and under cover of the dances, we didst engage in such subtle intimacies that sealed a bond betwixt us. When our fingers touched as we didst dance the Paval there was a tingle of attraction betwixt us and when we didst kiss each other during the Gavotte our lips didst linger far longer than was seemly. During these dances I didst flatter her charms and extol her beauty and mutter endearments into her ear, which she didst receive with the utmost pleasure. Finally, we didst dance La Volta. No doubt your Honour is familiar with the lewdness of this dance and the opportunities afforded by it for seduction. I couldst place my right hand on the girl’s back and my left below her bust wherein I could feel its most delicious swelling and then, pressing my thigh against her buttocks, didst turn her and lift her into the air so that her breasts were at my eye level, much to my delight. We didst circle the hall in a sprightly dance and with each lift my hand didst drift downwards so that by the end of the dance whilst my thigh was pressed lustily against her rear, my hand was pressed against her crotch thereby causing her to gasp and swoon with the pleasure therein. She didst nothing to object to my attentions, giving every indication of enjoyment of them.


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Varied fund and steaming. Buy it. You won’t regret it.

So much fun…. This collection features a selection of spy stories which range from the stark and bald end of passing information over impersonal, silent boundaries to the sharper end that we associate with 007. Seriously, it’s all here, from ‘The Americans’ (from an American perspective) to the UK ‘Spooks’. I’m not always a fond follower of anthologies because I always thought it would take a novel to get me mentally engaged, but there were so many hotpoints in this collection that I’m inclined to abandon that prejudice altogether. I really LOVED Ria Restrepo’s short. The way she moved from current assignment to ghost of her past (and pulled him in with it) was incredibly hot. And this is just ONE of a selection of really intelligent, fun and physically stirring stories. Buy it. You won’t regret. 5 stars

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Thrilling Spy Erotica

Spy Games: Thrilling Spy Erotica is a scintillating collection of eclectic espionage-themed erotica. Admittedly, I’m a little biased because my own story, “Undercover Desires,” is included in the anthology. It is an honor to be amongst such a fine group of talented writers. Let me tell you a little about each of their stories.

Ashton Peal starts things off with “The Sound of the Chime,” in which we experience how isolating spycraft can be. Stuck in her routine of spy protocols, Chime develops an illicit flirtation with Operator during their weekly phone calls. Then one night things go too far and everything changes. Will she be the good little spy she was trained to be or embrace human connections where she can find them?

In Anna Sky’s “Clean Lies,” Ciara enters a hotel suite disguised as a maid to install a high-tech device to steal information from a Scottish multimillionaire. When she’s caught in the act by the devilishly handsome rogue, she can either preserve her cover as a naughty maid and submit to a spanking — and maybe more — or she can get away while she can. What’s a spygirl to do?

“A Great Conspiracy of Spies” by Slave Nano is a fictionalized account of spy activities during Queen Elizabeth’s reign against Mary, Queen of Scots. The intriguing story is revealed as a series of letters between Sir Francis Walsingham, Her Majesty’s spymaster; Gilbert Gifford, the spy in Mary’s court; and Anne Bennet, the lady in waiting Gifford seduces to gain information. However, has Gifford really secured Anne’s affections, or is she working as a double agent?

“Harper” by F. Leonora Solomon deals with a woman, while on a trip to Paris, who is lured into the spy world by an irresistible man in an exquisite suit. Will she be his escort to a sex club to help him take down a sex trafficking ring? How will she be able to keep her hands off him in his suit?

In “Undercover Desires” by Ria Restrepo, an FBI agent goes undercover as a Dominatrix to get some critical information, but while being followed by henchmen, she runs into a guy she hasn’t seen since high school. The seemingly mild-mannered librarian not only helps her catch the bad guys, he also uncovers her secret desires.

“Lady Isidore’s Change of Heart” by Zak Jane Keir is a steampunky tale involving sky yachts, aeronauts, and “Carnality Pulsation.” Having escaped a balloon racing disaster with minor injures, Lady Isidore learns that sabotage might’ve been involved. She joins forces with Roger, a longtime admirer, to hunt down the culprit. When their orgasm-powered car runs out of juice along the way, a lady has to do what a lady has to do!

“Playing with Mr. Rhymes” by Ella Casias is a sultry tale of an operative using her feminine charms to gather information to arrest an arms dealer. But how can she resist the seductive appeal of Mr. Rhymes? Who says business can’t be a pleasure?

In “Old Spies Club” by Emily L. Byrne, a retired spy reunites with a longtime nemesis and former lover in Italy. Suspicious but curious, Nash finds her attraction to Gia is as strong as ever. But can she trust Gia enough to put their old rivalry behind them and start anew?

Last, but certainly not least, is the beautifully written and intense “Mid-Life Career Changes” by Jessica Taylor. An assassin becomes obsessed with her target, a Russian mobster, while surveilling him for several months. Will she let her feelings for him get in the way of doing her job or follow her finely honed instincts?

I highly recommend this anthology and encourage you to get lost in these diverse, thrilling, and highly arousing tales of intrigue.

5 stars