The ABCs of Erotica

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Holiday Erotica

I’ve written an erotic novella for Christmas and even before I published, I noticed a number of works centered on Halloween and even Thanksgiving that got me thinking on the idea. With all that red fur and the need to snuggle up for warmth, Christmas seems a natural for erotic plots.

When I gave it some thought, holidays and celebrations combine two things that might lead to the need for an erotic break with some spicy reading. On one hand, holidays are a time for family and celebration. On the other, family and celebration with all the planning and attendant fuss can necessitate a serious mental health break. What better way to clear your mind and recharge your batteries than with a naughty novel?

Holiday themes really lend themselves to erotica. For Halloween, you have costume parties of all sorts, which can lead to mistaken identities and opportunities for anonymous interludes. When more anonymous, people can let be more bold and let their desires flow freely. I can see many promising plots here.

I’ll admit, Thanksgiving didn’t immediately leap to mind as a source of erotic inspiration. But then I saw the book Spanksgiving and I thought to myself, maybe that’s what happens if the turkey is too dry? Or maybe, if Auntie Mabel is too overbearing at the holiday table, the neighbor takes her away into another room for some light bondage? I started to see possibilities everywhere.

Now, when you get to Christmas, well the prospects seem endless. All sorts of mutual gift giving occurs throughout the month. I’ve seen more titles with people doing naughty things with candy canes than I thought possible. Sometimes, I am humbled by the imaginations of my fellow writers. There are lots of wonderful holiday names like Holly and Ivy. Santa likes make lists of the naughty and the nice. Even grown-ups like to sit in Santa’s lap. Perhaps too it is the overall incorruptibility of the childhood Santa icon. It seems like there is nothing people enjoy more than seeing a little perversion around something normally so very innocent. So, dear readers, I give you a sincere Seasons Greetings and bid you to fill up your eReaders with sexy holiday reads for your enjoyment.

What is your favorite thing to read at the holidays?


Here is my holiday erotic novella – Santa’s Backdoor Baby.santababy200300

Holly is home from college for the holidays and working as Santa’s elf at the local mall. She’s embraced her intensely blossoming sexuality and is looking for adventure. When fellow elf Jack asks Holly to have dinner with him and she agrees, the sparks are flying already. After dinner, it’s time for dessert!

Co-worker Nick plays Santa and as he gets to know Holly, Santa wants to play, too. After seeing Holly and Jack together, he just can’t resist taking her for himself. Nick makes Holly realize she has a new passion for backdoor play. In the end, Holly entices both Santa and the elf and finds a very hot way to please them both—at the same time!

The full story is available for sample or purchase at the links below – just click!

Comments on: "Holiday Erotica and the Holiday Gifts of Love Blog H0p" (51)

  1. I am all over the board when it comes to holiday reads

    Happy Holidays

  2. Mayas Sanders said:

    My favorote thing to read at Christmas is HEA stories and romance novels surrounding the holiday.

  3. thank you for the awesome blog hop and wonderful giveaway

  4. julie beasley said:

    as long as its got a good happy ever after, i dont mind the genre

  5. Crystal Young said:

    I like to read classic Christamas stories with the kids.
    Thanks for the chance to win
    crystaley73 at

  6. I like to read holiday stories. It gets me in the mood of the season.

    strive4bst(At) yahoo(Dot) com

  7. I’ve been getting into holiday m/m, like Jamie Fessenden’s THE CHRISTMAS WAGER.


  8. Tammy Turner said:

    One of my favorite Christmas Romance Books is The Untamable Rogue by Annette Blair! The story is about Ashford Blackburne Fifth Earl and he has to get married and get his willing bride pregnant before Christmas or his grandfather won’t let him inherit his money. Ash truly needs to inherit the money because his late father squandered it all away and he is taking care of his mother. After getting stood up at the alter, again, Ash and his friends go to the local pub where the owner plays a drunken Ash in a card game…his consolation prize is the pubs daughter Larkin, who he wants to get ride of. Ash has to learn to forgive…Larkin has to learn how to trust…can two completely different people find love together. This is a cute, extremely funny, romantic story with a surprise Christmas ending!

  9. Cassandra Hicks said:

    I just love romances 🙂
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  10. I like to read happy stories 🙂
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    by.evie at yahoo dot com dot br

  11. Dawna Newman said:

    I actually love to read Harry Potter at Christmas not sure why that or the Dark hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon.


  12. At the holidays I tend to love to read historical romances, I guess it is a time for the classics

    fencingromein at hotmail dot com

  13. Diane Sallans said:

    I just want to read something that’s fun with an HEA.
    sallans d at yahoo dot com

  14. Sassy Chassy said:

    I like Christmas themed spicy erotica.

    Sassychassy333 at gmail dot com

  15. miriam roman said:

    love to read carrie ann ryans christmas themed books, they are so much fun!

  16. Kaci Verdun said:

    I love reading contemporary romances or books by JR Ward and Sherrilyn Kenyon. I enjoy some strong alpha bad boys around the holidays!

    kacidesigns AT yahoo DOT com

  17. I love all these “LOVE” books! Keep up the GREAT work Girls!

  18. I just started reading Holiday themed stories. They need to have some happiness in them!

  19. It’s usually a romance novel but not necessarily with a Christmas-theme.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

  20. Merry Christmas to you! Thank you for the giveaway!
    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

  21. Tonda Hargett said:

    I love reading anything and everything, especially on my Kindly!

  22. What do I read during the holidays – I really don’t change due to the holidays. I read what I want. I did read one holiday book this year.

    Raonaid at gmail dot com

  23. Happy Happy Holidays! Thanks for the great giveaway!
    My fav thing to read at the holidays are hot hot hot anthologies!!

  24. I love to read everything:)
    Happy Holidays!

  25. micheleann oboyle said:

    i love reading stories on christmas about christmas actully for a few months straight for awehile i do read a lot of christmas stories

  26. Thanks for the great hop.
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

  27. Hello, thanks for the giveaway! I love everything about the Christmas holiday!

  28. me i read all and any kind of book love the cover of them if i on it would go viaral all over the net and then it would be ratted good

  29. Gail Goodenough said:

    So many hop, hop, hops!

    I like the Gift of the Magi as Christmas reading because it rings true to the heart of the season.

    Thank you for the chance to win some goodies. Merry Christmas.

  30. kimberly holgate said:

    any christmas book is good but i like a christmas carol
    kaholgate at ymail dot com

  31. Lisa Walker said:

    Every Christmas Eve we go out to dinner and come home to watch the movie Elf.
    Thanks for the chance and Happy Holidays!

  32. Happy Holidays! Great giveaway!


  33. I love reading practically anything over the holiday – especially romance! sharon(at)

  34. Merry Christmas! Thanks so much for participating in the hop!
    Oceanakers @

  35. I usually try to read some holiday themed reads.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

  36. I am glad I am not the only one who thinks these things at times of the year. I sing “perverted” carols while the boyfriend is happily humming along to a random song and get dirty looks from him. It is all in fun however. 🙂

    Thanks for the giveaway and happy holidays to you and your family,

  37. i read any/everything as usual, not just holiday stories – regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  38. chick lit and classics

    Thank you for the chance!

    spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

  39. Thanks for participating in the hop! Happy holidays!


  40. I read ALL genres, and have read more Christmas books this year, then ever !

    Merry Christmas !

  41. Wendy Pogrant said:

    Thank you for giveaway.

  42. What an awesome hop!! And a fantastic giveaway! Thank you!! Happy holidays to you all! Best wishes and many blessings!

  43. Happy Holidays!


  44. I’m spending this holiday season with my family and hoping to win so I can read more romances. I don’t have an ereader. Happy Holidays! lisarayns at gmail dot com

  45. My favorite thing about this season is cookies; I love making and eating them. Everyone is so willing to share.
    planterofhope at aol dot com

  46. I don’t really have a favorite Christmas book. I really enjoy the holiday season. I enjoy the smells, the food and lights. Oh and the music too. Not much into baking anymore. But I do enjoy tasting, ask my scales. Tee Hee. Thanks for being on the Holiday Blog Hop. Great blog.

  47. Thanks for the great giveaway! Happy Holidays! 🙂

  48. Happy Holidays, Big Hugs
    Missie Jones
    missie25524 @netzero .com

  49. Wow – I will e reading that very soon!!!

  50. Thanks for participating in the hop!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year (or whatever Holidays you celebrate between now and then).

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