Friday, July 18, 2014

Friday Free For All with Meg Amor

On Wednesday, Meg came by to talk about menages, porn, romance and to introduce us to her trio of characters, Isolde, Henry and Charlie.  Today she's back with a digital copy of their introductory short story, Dark War, for our FFFA random drawing.  Just leave a comment with your name and email addy to be entered!

Dark War

This sensuous sultry romance is set in an old planation house in The Bayou of Louisiana. Three hearts entwined between two beautiful Creole men and one wild redhead woman. Thunderheads roll in off the bay on a hot and sultry night. The wind chimes are going wild. This heat flash has been building for a few days. Anything could happen...

Lonely Charlie Laralde aches with pent-up sexual tension and love for his two best friends, Henry and Izzy. His desire for them is torn to shreds by a vicious woman convincing him, he's unlovable trash. Like the inner Dark War struggle he's fought his whole life, he gives in to the darkness.

Frustrated and hell bent on destruction, he disappears with an unsavory crowd on a depraved death wish booty-call.

Will Henry and Izzy rescue him in time? Can they convince Charlie he's their hearts desire? And the deep passionate love and desire they have for him? 


  1. Thanks for the chance!! I would love to read this

  2. Wow sounds like a great read

  3. Oh boy, that sounds amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Sounds excellent!


  5. I can't wait to read this. I live vicariously through books and that is where I get to drift off and experience the things I won't in my normal life.

  6. Sounds great.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

  7. Aloha everyone!

    Sorry, for my lateness. Thanks everyone who took the time to read and leave a comment. Congratulations to Vivalencia on winning a copy of my book Dark War. :-) I'm sending to you in a few seconds. I have Yahoo mail so if you don't receive it. Leave a comment please and I'll sort it out.

    Sorry everyone else. But my publisher is having a special this week I think. You can grab a copy for less than a coffee and it might make your lunchtime reading a wee bit more exciting. :-)

    Aloha and thanks Meg Amor :-)