Book Release: Playing Dangerous Games

Playing Dangerous Games Erotic Romance by Keri Fields

My newest title Playing Dangerous Games is now available for pre-order!

Taking turns has never been so much fun…

Bliss and Dick like to play dangerous games. They enjoy testing each other’s limits and do so by taking turns being the dominant partner in their BDSM relationship. This weekend brings them to a remote cabin in the woods where their playful torture can be messy and their screams loud. But, while intense, everything is all fun and games (and sex) until it turns out that the cabin doesn’t provide as much privacy as they’d been expecting. After a dangerous interruption, can they still make it a weekend to remember?

Warning:  This romantic BDSM erotica tale contains super hot sex that some may consider offensive!

You can order it now at eXtasy Books.

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Kisses ~ Keri

Book Release: Cooling Down a Sweaty Sub

Cooling Down a Sweaty Sub by Keri Fields

My newest story is now available!

This is a fun tale about two ladies, a Domme and her sub, and the punishments doled out on a hot summer’s day.

While it’s warming up where I am in Florida, it’s still winter.  So this story is a wonderful way to bring some heat to cold nights – but be careful!  A glass full of ice can be a dangerous thing in the hands of a Domme who has lost her patience . . .

The plot:

Penny won’t stop bitching about how hot and sweaty she is during a pool party, and her Domme has had enough.  So Suri (“Sir” to her little sub) decides to pull Penny aside to teach her a much needed lesson about her bratty behavior.  She intends to cool her sub down . . . one ice cube at a time.

You can find this sexy short story at:



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Book Release: Unwrapping a Mistress for Christmas


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


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:






It’s also available on iBookstore and Google Play.

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Kisses ~ Keri

Ripping Open an Unjust Bodice

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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.

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

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Kisses ~ Keri

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