Everyone has fantasies. Some people are lucky enough to be married to them.
Trey doesn’t mind that his sister is marrying a woman; he just isn’t comfortable that Dianne is marrying Lara, who Trey himself had an affair with before he and his own wife got married. But as the wedding gives way to the after-party, the subject of fantasies comes up — and brings up all sorts of interesting possibilities that none of the wedding party expected.
(MF, implied MFFM. Explicit language and scenes of sexuality between consenting adults. Adult readers only!)
She doesn’t want to get married. She just wants a wedding.
And to make love to her husband — whoever he is — on the altar.
And to have an orgy to end all orgies at the reception.
Wedded Bliss is the first story in the tales of Kat McKinney, Wedding Slut. Hot, hysterical, and surprisingly touching, the seven-part series will follow Kat through a series of astonishing adventures around weddings — but will they end with the self-styled wedding slut settling down happily ever after herself? The next story in the series, Plus One, is due out from Stillpoint/Eros on March 21.
In addition to being a writer and a classically trained actress, Miss Mary Cyn is the sweetly debaucherous darling of the New York burlesque scene.
Sexy and nerdy, creative and wacky, Mary is known for doings acts that surprise, inspire and arouse.
She is the founder and co-producer of Original Cyn, New York’s craziest burlesque show. She’s also co-producer and member of Epic Win Burlesque, burlesque FOR nerds, BY nerds. Her production company, The Cyn Factory, is bringing a fun blend of theatre, burlesque, art, and partying to New York City — and the rest of the Northeast.
She has performed for private parties, music videos and special events and can be seen all over the city in shows like Hotsy Totsy, Kitty Nights and The Slipper Room.
Under the name Alithea Howes, her published writing includes “Trick or Treat,” a story in the paranormal anthology Three’s a Charm, as well as My Lolita, her exploration of Vladimir Nabakov’s masterpiece from the titular heroine’s point of view, and her new piece of Shakespeare-inspired erotica, My Delicate Ariel.