In terms of next storylines, I’ve got a lot of future ideas, which is exciting and exhausting in equal measure! At present, I have outlines in place for several more erotic romance stories, all of which will be published on Amazon, free to those of you with Kindle Unlimited. However, the following are demanding the majority of my attention and are therefore likely to be published sooner:
An extended version of the previously published short story ‘A Highland Fling’.
Zoe Summers has reached a particularly challenging and isolated section of the West Highland Way; a long distance hiking trail in Scotland. Taking a nasty tumble, she finds herself lying injured, afraid and very alone; that is until Charlie, her modern day knight in shining armour, wades in to help.
Zoe and Charlie both feel an immediate connection which only strengthens as their time together progresses. And when the opportunity arises to spend some time in a warm, comfortable hotel room, that connection is given the opportunity to burn white hot.
Publication Date: 30th March 2021
TO LOVE, Honour and…Oh Pay – book 2
A sequel to my most best selling novel ‘To Love, Honour and… Oh Pay’, Lizzie, William and Fiona will be returning soon – yay! Can’t wait!!!
a very rural affair – book 2
A continuation of ‘A Very Rural Affair – Book 1’, we rejoin Patrick, Fen and all the other characters in the isolated English village of Hawksbury Hollow.
Thank you for your interest and support x
Fenella Ashworth is a British author of contemporary erotic fiction. All of her stories are available from Amazon and free for those with Kindle Unlimited access. Her bestselling novels are ‘To Love, Honour and Oh Pay’, ‘One Hot Wynter’s Night’ and the Daniel Lawson series.
Fenella also releases stories on BooksieSilk, Booksie, Lush Stories and Literotica, and is often visible in the Literotica ‘Erotic Couplings’ Hall of Fame (Top Rated).
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