Backlist Blast: Uniform Behaviour

The best erotic fiction should always leave you feeling good, and the Uniform Behaviour anthology certainly does that. Not only did editor Lucy Felthouse choose a cracking selection of stories about characters who have a thing for men (and women) in uniform, a percentage of the royalties goes to the Help for Heroes charity. If you didn’t pick up a copy when it first came out, here’s an extract from my story in the anthology, Strictly No Parking, to give you a flavour of what you’ve missed.

uniform behaviourLate for an appointment, the narrator of the story has parked in a space designated for a senior member of staff, much to the disapproval of the company security guard:

“So, are you going to move your car?” The security guard interrupted my musings. He was standing closer now, and I realised he was barely into his twenties. Certainly not old enough to be addressing me in such a cocky tone of voice.

“What if I say no?” I asked, trying to sound more assertive than I felt. “What if I just leave it here and march straight into my meeting?”

“In that case, I’d have no choice but to teach you a lesson, show you what happens to bad girls who think they can break the rules.”

I couldn’t remember the last time I’d been called a bad girl; certainly it hadn’t been by someone as self-assured and, though I hated to admit it, horny as the man who stood before me now. Glancing swiftly down, I couldn’t help but notice a substantial bulge in the crotch of his uniform trousers. Was telling me what to do turning him on? If so, it made us a perfect fit, because despite my annoyance at his treatment of me, there was a distinct wetness in my panties. My body was responding to the idea of being taught a lesson by this brawny young security guard, and I was suddenly anxious to see whether he was prepared to carry out his threats.

“Well, now I know where I stand…” I turned on my heel and started to walk in the direction of Bevington’s reception area. Before I’d taken more than a couple of paces, the guard had caught me by the wrist. Spinning me round, he pressed me up against the wall.

I was suddenly, overwhelmingly aware of the difference in our respective builds. Even in my three-inch heels, I didn’t even come upto his shoulder. The emotion I felt wasn’t fear at being so securely in his grasp; it was arousal, causing my pussy to bloom against the lace crotch of my panties.

His musky, masculine aroma was strong as he bent his face close to my ear. “I gave you a chance, but you just had to disobey me, didn’t you? Well, now you find out what happens when you don’t do as you’re told.”

And what does happen? Find out in Uniform Behaviour, available here.

Nice Reviews For Uniform Behaviour

Seems people really do love a man (or woman) in uniform. The Uniform Behaviour anthology, in which my story Strictly No Parking appears, has got positive reviews from both 4-Letter Words, who describe it as containing some ‘seriously sexy, well-written pieces of erotic sensuality’ and Heather’s Musings, who gave it a four-heart rating. And if your tastes lean towards soldiers, firemen, police officers or even priests, maybe you’ll enjoy it as much as those reviewers did. You’ll find it at AllRomance and other good online retailers…

Lucy Felthouse Goes Ga-Ga Over Uniforms

So there I was, putting together some info for another author about great pubs in London (it’s a tough job, but when someone asks about one of your specialist subjects you just can’t say no…) and Lucy Felthouse sent through an update on the Uniform Behaviour anthology. It’s been receiving decent reviews at places like Night Owl Reviews, Romance Junkies and Filament magazine, but if you want ten good reasons why you should get hold of a copy, then Lucy’s article will provide them.

You probably already know it contains stories from authors including Victoria Blisse, Rebecca Bond, Justine Elyot, Shermaine Williams and my good self, and that part of the proceedings from its sale will go to the Help For Heroes charities, but Lucy has plenty of other naughty but nice reasons to recommend it – including winning an Ann Summers Rampant Rabbit. Hot stories, men in uniform and sexy prizes – what more could you want?

A Pair Of Stunners

There’s nothing like an eye-catching cover to attract you to some quality bedtime reading – and fortunately, both these are very much like eye-catching covers! This naughty little number is The Bad Girl’s Sweet Kiss, a collection of poems, stories and anecdotes about oral sex experiences. The book was the brainchild of Chrissie Bentley, who feels fellatio and cunnilingus are somehow regarded as less than ‘proper’ sex. According to Chrissie, doing it for the first time is a rite of passage that simply doesn’t get the focus it deserves, and this compilation is intended to express all the feelings of losing your oral virginity, whether the experience was a delight or a disappointment. From spur-of-the-moment encounters to planned seductions, sucking a stranger to licking a long-term lover, the tales are funny, tender, unflinchingly honest and scorching hot. The book is edited by Chrissie Bentley and Miranda Forbes, contributors include Clarice Clique, Giselle Renarde, Jenny Swallows, Allison Wonderland and Dorla Moorehouse and it’s available from Xcite. This one definitely doesn’t suck… Meanwhile, this deliciously under-dressed military man is the poster boy for Lucy Felthouse’s Uniform Behaviour. A collection of stories about men and women in uniform, and the ‘civilians’ who lust after them (a favourite theme of Lucy’s, I’m sure she won’t mind me saying…), it will include contributions from established names like Victoria Blisse, Craig J. Sorensen and Justine Elyot, as well as newcomers such as Indigo Skye. A share of the royalties will be going to the Help for Heroes charity, so by buying it you’ll be offering succour to our soldiers. You can find out more about the line-up of authors involved at the Erotica For All site – more details once the release date has been finalised. Now, stand easy!