Naughty … Kid Books? Yup.

Do You Want to Play With My Balls

By now I’m sure a lot of you (at least those with kids or friends with kids) have heard of Go the F**k to Sleep, the kid’s book that isn’t actually a kid’s book.

Well, it also seems to have enacted a darling trend:  inappropriate picture books.

These books are NOT for children.

But one thing they ARE good for is a laugh.

Are you a pervert who wants a good giggle?  If tickle torture isn’t your kink, then you may want to check out the book pictured above: Do You Want to Play with My Balls?

This parody could almost be read to an actual child – if you could keep a straight face through lines like, “You’re balls are so big I can’t even fit them in my mouth!”

Would You Like to Play with My Ass

Then there is a series by Gary Galvin including the book pictured above, Would You Like to Play With My Ass?

The rhymes are a bit cloying but I dare you to make it through the entire thing with a straight face.

You can also find similar books for pussies and cocks.  Because perverts like us appreciate variety. 😉

Nobody Likes a Cockblock

Then there’s this adorable number, Nobody Likes a Cockblock.

How can you resist these sweet illustrations paired up with lines like:

“Daddy worked all day long.
He’s tired and lonely.
There’s a small, small, small chance
that your mother might blow me.”

Cute, ain’t it?

Whether you’re a Daddy Dom looking for something to read to your Babygirl or a soccer mom with a dirty mind who needs a break from Dr. Seuss, these inappropriate picture books might be just what you need.

Kisses ~ Keri

Advertisements

The Importance of Book Cover Images

red-dress

I I haven’t updated my blog in awhile (I know, I know, I deserve a spanking 😉 ) but I just had to take a moment to address the importance of good book covers.

Because … wow.

This book by Mary Balogh?  I haven’t read it yet.  But I want to.  And you know why?

That dress.

Seriously.  Before I even read the blurb, I knew this book and I were meant to be.

Or, at least, that dress and I were meant to be.

So if you happen to know where I can get a spectacular rose-red corseted silk dress like that, please let me know.  Because now that the image of it is seared into my brain, I really need it in my life.

Kisses ~ Keri

Save

Save

Book Release: Unwrapping a Mistress for Christmas

IT’S HERE!!!

Today is the release day of my book, Unwrapping a Mistress for Christmas!

UnwrappingAMistressforChristmas-453x680

From the publisher:

“The best presents come wrapped in leather.

When Laynie’s coworker invites her to a sex club, she decides to go out of curiosity. And she’s got nothing better planned for Christmas break. Once there, she encounters a beautiful and mysterious woman dressed in leather and lace who calls herself Roja. Her coworker already forgotten, Laynie loses herself in a passionate kiss with the stunning woman.

Confused and embarrassed at her public display, Laynie finds comfort in Roja’s dominant but kind presence, and allows herself to be awakened to the pleasures of submitting to a firm Mistress—and a woman. But Roja’s gentle words and heavy hand teach Laynie that the best presents don’t come in a box. And that sometimes, what a girl really wants for Christmas is a good spanking.”

And is it just me, or is that cover AH-mazing??  Who wouldn’t want to spend their holidays unwrapping that??  *wink, wink*

You can find Unwrapping a Mistress for Christmas here:

ETOPIA

AMAZON

BARNES & NOBLE

KOBO

ALL ROMANCE eBOOKS

It’s also available on iBookstore and Google Play.

If you enjoy the story, please share it with your friends and tell me what you think on my Facebook page or on Twitter or even Pinterest.  I would love to hear from you!

Kisses ~ Keri

Ripping Open an Unjust Bodice

ripped bodice

I was recently reading about a new Kicktarter project by two sisters who plan to open America’s first exclusively romance bookstore, The Ripped Bodice.

How cool is that??

I like their spirit and their style … and I kind of wish I’d thought of it!

In some ways, however, I totally get why it’s a new concept.  After all, I don’t read ONLY romance.  I read everything.  So why would I want a bookstore that narrows my choices?

Growing up I read mostly science fiction and fantasy, without even realizing there were romances buried in the stories.  In my younger years this type of store might not have appealed to me because I wouldn’t have though they’d carry something for me … but an entire section of vampire novels?  Oh – that would have gotten me for sure.

What I see now, though, is something a little different.  There’s still a stigma against romance books that’s unfair.  And it’s not just about how they tell us in the interview that the genre is belittled because of the focus on sex (heck, my favorite stories to tell are the kinky erotic ones), but what bothers me most is that people still belittle romance books because they consider them to be a lesser form of art.  Not as important or as complicated or as special.  Not as good.

Which is, simply, unfair.

Not that I’m not going to say that there aren’t some really bad romance books out there.  I’ve read plenty of bad romance books … but I’ve read bad books from every genre (and non-genre).

And romance can still be high literature.  Take Jane Austen or Charlotte Brontë for example.  Pride and Prejudice is the ultimate romance novel.  Even Wilkie Collins, a contemporary of Charles Dickens, who pretty much single handedly created a new genre (sensational novels) is still considered just that:  a genre author.  Which sets him aside, separates him… and not in a good way.

Genre readers shouldn’t be looked down upon any more than genre writers should.

And that’s why I love the idea of The Ripped Bodice so much.  It will be a refuge.  A safe place for people to say, “I like romance books,” and not have to endure snide comments and eye-rolling.

Because we should never be ridiculed for the books we read.  We should never be ashamed of them.  We should read what we enjoy.

Books are good for us.  Every and any type of books.  We’re putting new words in our brains.  We’re expanding our universe and practicing the most perfect form of escapism

We should be proud of that.

Which is why if I’m ever in L.A. you can bet I’ll be stopping by The Ripped Bodice.  To buy some books, and to shake hands with these wonderful, proud, rightly non-apologetic women.  Smart women.  Who read romance books.

girl reading

You can read more about The Ripped Bodice at RT Book Reviews, and on their Kickstarter page.

For everything romance, follow me on Facebook and on Pinterest!

Kisses ~ Keri

(photo sourceillustration source)

Save