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Okay, I’ll grant that the holidays aren’t exactly known for their sexy vibe. The music, the movies, the baking, the giving – it’s all focused more on our cuddly emotions than our steamier ones. But, surely, flavoring the holidays with a little aphrodisia can’t hurt. With our choice holiday drinks of mulled wine and spiced apple cider, we all seem to be looking to add a little spice to the season. With The Soiled Dove Series collection, you can add a little naughty to your nice. Five separate books, five separate stories, one sure to satisfy that person you’re hoping to…

Popular authors write about vampires, elves, zombies and serial killers. No one seems particularly bothered by it. At least, no one in my life. In my experience, people find vampires sexy, elves fantastically surreal, zombies cool, and serial killers fascinating. Write a romance novel with a damaged main character and pages of gratuitous sex, and people get that too. Write about prostitutes, and people ask why you write about prostitutes. First, I tell them that I don’t write solely about prostitutes. I write about a lot of things. Second, I ask them “Why not prostitutes?” No one ever has an answer.…

Although the novels of The Soiled Dove Series do thematically tie together, they diverge dramatically when it comes to plot and character. They even vary in tone. So, here’s a book-by-book breakdown to help you determine which novels of The Soiled Dove Series might be right for you. The Masseuse The first book of The Soiled Dove Series follows Abby from her first job at a “specialty” massage parlor to some of the deepest depths of the sex trade. The tone starts out light, but Abby’s story is a gritty, often dark tale that pulls no punches. The Therapist A…

The novels of the Soiled Dove Series are linked by theme. That theme is sex work. Each book of the series – The Masseuse, The Therapist, The Guru, The Minister’s Wife and The Madam – focuses on a protagonist who enters the sex trade for reasons of her own. But are they all prostitutes? That depends on your definition of “prostitute.” We define prostitution in a couple of different ways. The first is the dictionary definition, which is the exchange of money for sexual services. Using this definition, yes, all the characters in the Soiled Dove series are prostitutes. Then,…