Selena Kitt is a NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling and award-winning author of erotic fiction.
Her writing embodies everything from the spicy to the scandalous, but watch out — this kitty also has sharp claws and her stories often include intriguing edges and twists that take readers to new, thought-provoking depths.
Now here come four short stories by Selena Kitt, one is weirder and steamier than the other.
Alice and Rapunzel are the parts of the Modern Wicked Fairy Tales series, A Twisted Bard’s Tale is a Romeo and Juliet retelling, and On the Bus is an incest erotic story, part of the Sibling Lust series.
In this modern version of the fairy tale classic, Alice is madly in love with a man who taps into her naturally submissive nature and introduces her to the pleasurably painful delights of the BDSM world. When her Wade Knight sends a car to take her to a strange and wonderful new place, Alice finds herself in a very sticky situation where everything is upside down and nothing is as it seems.
Warnings: This title contains elements of bdsm including spanking and mild femdom as well as strange, sexy and surreal situations that may cause sweatiness, dizziness and a sudden desire to engage in naughtiness.
It is a modern erotic version of Alice in Wonderland. Just like the original work, it is dreamlike and surreal.
I felt the beginning slow and I found myself skipping paragraphs. The pace picks up with the erotic scenes, impressions and events alternate rapidly, making less and less sense. As for the genre, it had to be like this, but I was skimming again.
The Red King was my favorite character. Alice really irritated me; she seemed to be on drugs even in her sober moments. But her confusion as she drifted between events was surprisingly well done.
Wade, Alice’s lover, made little appearance, which is really a deficiency of the story.
The erotica is weird and theatrical rather than hot, though I enjoyed the scene with the Red King.
Though the characters and the erotica are weak, the plot and the atmosphere are pretty good. Let’s say, it could be satisfying if you are in the mood for something light and bizarre.
On the left another man was handcuffed to the headboard. He writhed on the bed making whimpering noises, sounding as if he was in great agony to be just watching instead of participating. This man was so covered in dark body hair it seemed as if he was more animal than man. That fact, coupled with the desperate undulations he made trying to get near the women, made him look, to Alice, like a fuzzy caterpillar.
The man handcuffed to the bedpost to the right wasn’t so ambiguously anthropomorphic—his whole body was painted like a cat, a red and white striped one, with whiskers and dark charcoaled eyes. Even his cock had been painted with stripes.
Rachel runs Rapunzel’s, a high-end salon on the lower level of a downtown Chicago high rise and lives happily in self-imposed exile in an apartment at the top of the tower—that is until Jake Malden walks in with his teen daughter, Emma, and presents Rachel with a dilemma. Young Emma is determined to defy her mother’s wishes and get her long, beautiful, untouched hair cut off so she can donate it to charity to honor a friend with cancer. Rachel’s decision to cut the girl’s hair starts a snowball of drama, turmoil and hidden secrets rolling downhill on a course with destiny that no one is able to stop, one that ultimately threatens not only Rachel’s livelihood, but her slowly melting heart as well.
A modern retelling of the story of Rapunzel. It is sweet, romantic, touching, and funny. The characters are genuine, the situations are real, the writing style is enjoyable, and the erotic scenes are delicious.
The epilogue is too cheesy though, let alone one of the elements I despise the most in romances (that is public proposal). But overall it is a very sweet story.
“On or off?”
She glanced at him, at the light in his eyes, and wondered what he was thinking.
“On.” He disagreed, grinning.
“Wait… was that lights or clothes?”
Did you ever wonder what started the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues? Check out this naughty version of Romeo and Juliet — you’ll be surprised and delighted by this little twisted Bard’s tale!
Warning: This title is a fun, erotic short that contains graphic language and f/f sex.
Yeah, it was twisted… an alternative version of Romeo and Juliet. It gives a new interpretation to the feud between the houses of Capulet and Montague.
Well, great concept, but poorly executed. No characterization, thin background story. Too short!
The level of erotica is mild, but intimate and lovely.
“Love will not be denied, no matter from whence it came.”
“Never where it is bidden, it seems.”
They closed their eyes and slept together for a while, a Capulet and a Montague, with a plague creeping toward both their houses.
Emily and Danny are on a cross-country trek to California and they find more stimulation than just the scenery! Emily is getting tired of listening to Danny practice trivia for his Jeopardy try-outs, and both of them are anxious about meeting the man who should have stuck around to raise Danny again after years of separation, but neither could have predicted that a journey of forbidden sexual exploration would begin for them together on the bus.
Warning: This title contains shameless displays of the taboo so scandalously hot it could get them arrested for starting a fire on a crowded bus!
Steamy, affectionate, and amusing. For an erotic short filled with taboo fantasies, i.e. incest and sex in public, it’s absolutely satisfying. The writing style is smooth and enjoyable. Too bad it is short.
This story contains incest between twins. (I read the original version of the story!!!)
If you are not into that kind of thing, just skip it. Otherwise, enjoy!
“What are you reading?”
“Porn,” he replied, still not looking at her.
She laughed. “Very funny.”
“Well, it’s not really…” he admitted, giving her a sheepish grin. “It’s just an e-book of useless sexual trivia.”
“More trivia, huh?” she smiled, shaking her head.
“It’s interesting,” he said. “How many orgasms do you think was the most ever recorded for a woman in 24 hours?”
“I don’t know… nine? Ten?”
His smile grew. “A hundred and thirty four.”
Her eyes widened. “Oh my god! I’d die!”
“For guys it was only sixteen… although I swear I’ve beat that…”