Last update: 12 May 2014.

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“Under Her Uniform, a Spice Brief”: Kindle, $2.99; Nook, $2.99; Harlequin e-book (Adobe editions), $2.39. Google e-book from Powell’s. Mills and Boon e-book (UK). The Sony Bookstore. Audiobook at, read by Kelsey Larsen.

The Duke and The Pirate Queen: Kindle, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, Powell’s
The Duchess, Her Maid, The Groom and Their Lover: Kindle,, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, Powell’s
The Moonlight Mistress: Kindle,, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Powell’s.
It’s recently been translated into Russian.

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Aboard her privateering ship, Seaflower, Captain Imena Leung is the law. Ashore she answers only to her liege, Duke Maxime. They are a powerful couple, with an intense attraction neither can disguise nor deny. As a nobleman, Maxime is destined to wed strategically, so his seductive advances must be purely for pleasure. And what self-respecting pirate denies herself any pleasure?

Their delicious dalliance is prolonged when Imena is forced to abduct Maxime to thwart a political plot against him. At sea, with a stunningly virile man bound and held in her private quarters, Imena can imagine—and enact—any number of intoxicating scenarios.

The heat between captain and captive is matched only by the perils that beset The Seaflower and her crew. Violent storms, marauding corsairs and life-or-death sex games on a desert island—how fortunate for the seemingly insatiable lovers that danger and desire go hand-in-hand. >> Read excerpt| Read Fabricating the World

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Audiobook at, read by Phoebe Stewart.

Moonlight Mistress

Nominated for an RT Reviewers’ Choice Award!

It is the eve of the Great War, and English chemist Lucilla Osbourne finds herself trapped on hostile German soil. Panicked and alone, she turns to a Frenchman she barely knows for shelter. Together they spend a night of intense passion, but their dangerous circumstances won’t allow more than a brief affair.

Even with the memory of Lucilla ever-present, scientist Pascal Fournier is distracted by his reason for being in enemy territory—Tanneken Claes has information Pascal could use against the enemy but, even more extraordinary…she’s a werewolf.

After entrusting Pascal with her secret, Tanneken and a British officer are captured. Suspecting a rogue scientist rumored to have a fascination with werewolves is behind the abduction, Pascal knows he must act quickly to save them. He’s all too aware of Professor Kauz’s reputed perversions and lust for control.

As war rages, Pascal and Lucilla combine efforts to stop Kauz, struggling with danger, power and secret desires.

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If you’re in India, the book is also listed at FlipKart.
Italian translation.
Italian translation for Kindle.
Audiobook at, read by Patsy Kelland.

The Duchess, Her Maid, The Groom and Their Lover

Wretched be the woman of wealth and fortune who fails to produce a suitable heir….

And wretched is what Duchess Camille feels living with the cruel and debauched duke. But that soon turns to desperation when she learns her lecherous husband is plotting to have her killed to make way for a more nubile and fertile companion. Knowing she cannot sit idly by and wait for death, she flees into the night, taking with her her own young lover—the stable hand Henri—and her most loyal servants.

With a mind to finding refuge with Maxime, her first love who years ago ignited her sexuality, Camille and her servants take cover in brothels along the way and succumb to the physical delights on offer, sating their longings and fueling jealousies with one another. But the duke’s men are not far behind, and Camille knows they must press on, hoping against hope that the man who has every reason to turn her away will remember the fervent passion that once coursed between them.… >>Read Excerpt.

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Audiobook at, read by Helen Stern.

Russian translation.
French translation.
German translation.


“Under Her Uniform,” a Spice Brief. Kindle; Nook; Harlequin e-book (Adobe editions). Google e-book from Powell’s. Mills and Boon e-book (UK). The Sony Bookstore. Audiobook at, read by Kelsey Larsen.

Short Stories

“Lingerie.”. TBA. Just For Him. Cleis Press. Alison Tyler, ed.

“The Aid Station.” November 2014. For the Love of a Soldier. Cleis Press. Kristina Wright, ed.

“Tied Noon.” May 2014. The Mammoth Book of Erotic Romance and Domination. Robinson Publishing. Maxim Jakubowski, ed.

“Blood Marker.” August 2013. Zombies: Shambling Through the Ages. Prime Books. Steve Berman, ed.

–April 2013 (UK) and June 2013 (US). The Mammoth Book of Quick & Dirty Erotica. Robinson (UK) and Running Press (US). Maxim Jakubowski, ed.
–February 2013. Sudden Sex: 69 Sultry Short Stories. Cleis Press. Alison Tyler, ed.

“8:00 PM: Appointment Tee Vee.”
–January 2013. The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 12. Running Press. Maxim Jakubowski, ed.
–November 2012. Morning, Noon and Night: Erotica for Couples. Cleis Press. Alison Tyler, ed.

“In the Cold With You.” August 2012. 69: An Erotic Collection. Harlequin Spice. Alison Tyler, ed. Mills and Boon Kindle edition. Also available in German: Erotische Erzählungen, translated by Ulrich Georg.

“The Airplane Story.” June 2012. Girl Fever: 69 Stories of Sudden Sex for Lesbians. Cleis Press. Sacchi Green, ed.

“Under Her Uniform (Hailey’s Story).” May 2012. Spice Brief. Harlequin. Available only in electronic format. This story includes characters who appeared in The Moonlight Mistress. Kindle; Nook; Harlequin e-book (Adobe editions).

“Crimean Fairy Tale.” August 2011. The Mammoth Book of Hot Romance. Sonia Florens, editor.
US edition from Running Press and UK edition from Robinson.

“Vanilla.” May 2011. Dream Lover: Paranormal Tales of Erotic Romance. Cleis Press. Kristina Wright, editor.

“The Magnificent Threesome.”
–October 5, 2010. The Mammoth Book of Threesomes and Moresomes. Constable and Robinson (UK)/Running Press (USA). Linda Alvarez, editor. [reprint]
–May 2007. Cowboy Lover: Erotic Stories of the Wild West. Thunder’s Mouth Press. Cecilia Tan and Lori Perkins, eds.

“The Princess”.
–July 2010. Alison’s Wonderland. Harlequin Spice. Alison Tyler, editor.
–Online July 2001, archived August 2001-July 2002. Amoret: A Journal of Erotic and Sensual Flash Fiction.

“The Token.”
–January 31, 2010. Alleys & Doorways: Stories of Queer Urban Fantasy. Lethe Press. Meredith Schwartz, editor.
–December 2006. Alleys and Doorways. Torquere Press. Meredith Schwartz, editor.

“17 Short Films About Hades and Persephone.”
–February 2009. The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 8. Maxim Jakubowski, ed. [reprint]
–January 24, 2007. Fishnet Magazine. Heather L. Shaw, ed.

“Place, Park, Scene, Dark.”
–December 2008. Best Lesbian Romance 2009. Cleis Press. Radclyffe, ed.
–Originally written for Tough Girls 2. Lori Selke, editor.

“Unlimited Minutes.”
–November 2008. Frenzy: 60 Stories of Sudden Sex. Cleis Press. Alison Tyler, editor.
–November 2008. Never Have the Same Sex Twice: A Guide For Couples. Cleis Press. Alison Tyler, editor.
–Online November 2002, archived December 2002-November 2003. Amoret: A Journal of Erotic and Sensual Flash Fiction.

“Poppies Are Not the Only Flower.” April 2008. Lipstick on Her Collar and Other Tales of Lesbian Lust. Pretty Things Press. Rakelle Valencia and Sacchi Green, eds.

“Silver Skin.” A compilation of “Camera” and “Wire” (reprints) with new story “Toy” and new connecting material.
–May 2012, Periphery: Erotic Lesbian Futures.
–February 2008. Periphery: Erotic Lesbian Futures original print edition. Lethe Press. Lynne Jamneck, editor.
Author Sharon Wachsler interviews editor Lynne Jamneck and mentions …one of the hottest and funniest stories, Elspeth Potter’s “Silver Skin”…. Lynne Jamneck notes, “You mentioned Elspeth Potter’s “Silver Skin” earlier. I have to agree, there is some fairly wicked word-play on display in that story that subtly pokes fun at a number of sf conventions.”

–November 2010. The Librarian. Xcite Books. Miranda Forbes, ed.
–November 2008. Ultimate Sins. Accent Press, UK. Cathryn Cooper, ed.

“Detox.” October 2007/November 2008. So Fey. Lethe Press. Steve Berman, ed.

“The Princess on the Rock.”
–August 28, 2007. Crossdressing: Erotic Stories. Cleis Press. Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor.
–March 2005. Martha Linbo-Terhaar, editor.

“Mo’o and the Woman.”
–January 2007. Best Lesbian Romance 2007. Cleis Press. Angela Brown, ed. [reprint]
–July 19, 2006. Fishnet Magazine. Heather L. Shaw, ed. [Archived here]

–January 2008. The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica. Robinson (UK)/Carroll & Graf (USA). Maxim Jakubowski, ed. [reprint]
–June 2006. Sex in the System: Stories of Erotic Futures, Technological Stimulation, and the Sensual Life of Machines. Thunder’s Mouth Press. Cecilia Tan, editor.

–January 2006. The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica Vol. 5. Robinson (UK)/Carroll & Graf (USA). Maxim Jakubowski, ed. [reprint]
–November 2004. Best Women’s Erotica 2005. Cleis Press. Marcy Sheiner, editor.

“Ducal Service.”
–July 2006. The MILF Anthology: Twenty-One Steamy Stories. Blue Moon Books/Avalon Publishing Group. Cecilia Tan and Lori Perkins, eds. [reprint]
–August 2004. Eternally Erotic. Logical Lust Publications. Jim Brown, editor.

–November 2003. Best Lesbian Erotica 2004. Cleis Press. Tristan Taormino and Michelle Tea, editors.
–See also Periphery: Erotic Lesbian Futures.

“Free Falling.”
–November 2002. Best Lesbian Erotica 2003. Cleis Press. Tristan Taormino and Cheryl Clarke, eds. (Anthology won the Lambda Literary Award for erotica in 2003.)

“Twisted Beauty.”
–June 2005. Best of Best Women’s Erotica. Cleis Press. Marcy Sheiner, ed. [reprint]
–January 2002. Best Women’s Erotica 2002. Cleis Press. Marcy Sheiner, ed.

–August 28, 2007. Best Lesbian Bondage Erotica. Cleis Press. Tristan Taormino, editor. [reprint]
–January 2002. Best Lesbian Erotica 2002. Cleis Press. Tristan Taormino and Pat Califia, eds. [reprint]
–October 2001. Tough Girls: Down and Dirty Dyke Erotica. Black Books. Lori Selke, ed. (Anthology was nominated for a Lambda Award in 2002; story was recommended for the Gaylactic Spectrum Awards, short fiction category, 2002.)
See also Periphery: Erotic Lesbian Futures.

“Green Pajamas.” November 2002. Lori Selke, ed.

“Water Music.” December 2000. Best Lesbian Erotica 2001 Cleis Press. Tristan Taormino and Pat Califia, eds.