Captive Of The Barbarian King

Cover art rendered by Doug Sturk a.k.a. Sturkwurk

A long time ago, I wrote an erotic story for my then-fiancée. How long ago? Well, the president at the time was a Republican.

Anyway, I wrote that short story to push my fiancée’s buttons, and to get her hot when she read my story.

Well, my story big-time aroused her when she read it. Which amazed me at the time; it was the first time I’d seen that my writing had power to affect people.

But that was a long time ago, and life goes on. Eventually the story wound up as another forgotten file on my hard drive.

Last week, I was working on something else, and I came across the story. I read it—and damn if it wasn’t sexy and hot still!

So I decided to update it, and put it up for sale.

Now it’s for sale as a Kindle, Nook, and Kobo ebook, Captive Of The Barbarian King. For only three bucks—such a deal.

This is a big departure for me. I normally don’t try to write women’s erotica, for the same reason I don’t try to write “Literature” or legal thrillers: I lack a major credential to convince a potential buyer that I know how to write the story well.

But also, romance fiction normally is a part of fiction that doesn’t interest me. Two or three times in my life, I’ve picked up a romance novel and tried to read it; I’ve never read more than a page and a half in the entire book. The reason is that the hero in a romance novel never acts like any man I’ve ever met in the real world. By the same token, if I’m forced to watch a daytime serial, I find the soap commercials more interesting than the soap opera. And the commercials are more believable!

Again, normally I have no interest in writing women’s erotica. But way back when, I tried my damnedest to write the story that my fiancée would like. Every thing she found sexy, I found a way to put into the story. And with only minor edits, that same story is available for you to buy.

Here’s the blurb that is running on Amazon and for Captive Of The Barbarian King:

This is sensuous fiction told in second-person (you). An almost-virgin is captured by a sexy foreign king, and her future hangs on how well she pleasures him in bed that first night. But first, for his own reasons, the king spends much time pleasuring her.

The beginning of the 3,555-word story:

The battle had been a long one, and the men of your village had fought bravely. Yet in the end, the heroes lay just as dead as the cowards. Pigs, goats, and chickens were taken away by my victorious army. Gold, silver, and jewels were looted. Houses were torched; the sizzling sound filled your ears, and the black, choking smoke cooked your lungs. Then you and the other young women were rounded up like cattle.

It was then that you saw me. I rode up astride my stallion, the ruler of the victorious army. There was blood on my chain-mail armor; none of that blood was mine. My helmet gleamed in the sun, especially its golden trim.

AUTHOR’S NOTE: I wrote this a long time ago for my then-fiancée.

Tags: alpha male, barbarian, captive, captured, erotic suspense, erotica, fantasy, female submissive, foreplay, harem, king, male dominant, maledom, male-female sex, MF sex, submissive female

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: All ebooks by this publisher are free of DRM (Digital Rights Meddling).


Cover art rendered by Commotion22

Yesterday some nice person gave a five-star review of Three More Wishes: Be Kind To Your Genie. This makes three five-star reviews for Three More Wishes. Discovering this third five-star review got me grinning yesterday for several hours.

Folks, if you have read one of my stories and you really enjoyed it, I would muchly appreciate it if you were to give me a good review. Go to that book’s page on Amazon or Barnes & Noble, and write the review in your own words. Not only will you be helping me, but you’ll be helping other bookbuyers.

EDIT: Added 2013.05.03—
So buy the books! You know you want to.

Captive Of the Barbarian King


EDIT: Added 2013.12.22—
Apple iTunes Bookstore

EDIT: Added 2014.06.27—
Page Foundry/Inktera EPUB

Three More Wishes: Be Kind To Your Genie


EDIT: Added 2013.12.22—
Apple iTunes Bookstore

EDIT: Added 2014.06.27—
Page Foundry/Inktera EPUB


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