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release date: Jun 14, 2017
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Hotel: A Literary Erotica Anthology (Mofo Pubs Presents) (Volume 2)
Hotel. The very word conjures a sense of transience. Hotel takes you into a world without permanence. Between these pages, lovers meet and lovers part. Elegant, sensual prose takes you from grand ballrooms with lavish appointments to shabby heaps where you pay by the hour. Sneak a titillating glimpse behind closed doors, where whatever can happen just might. Indulge your inner voyeur and explore what happens in those most impersonal of private spaces—hotels.
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release date: Apr 10, 2017
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Wanderlust: A Literary Erotica Anthology (Mofo Pubs Presents) (Volume 1)
Wanderlust—a strong longing for or an impulse toward wandering. The stories in this anthology explore the ramifications of wanderlust—with an emphasis on lust. Twelve tales of those who cannot stay static—whether by choice, curse, or circumstance. Publisher's note: This is a collection of explicit literary erotica intended for an adult audience.
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release date: Aug 16, 2017
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Sacrilege: A Literary Erotica Anthology (Mofo Pubs Presents) (Volume 3)
Sacrilege. The violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacred. Mofo Pubs presents thirteen tales that traverse the forbidden territory between the sacred and the profane.
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release date: Sep 25, 2017
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Mofo Pubs Presents (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: Wanderlust—a strong longing for or an impulse toward wandering.

Twelve tales of those who cannot stay static—whether by choice, curse, or circumstance.

Travel around the world, through space, time, and between the sheets with a cast of dynamic, complex characters—men and women gripped by the impulse to wander, travel, explore.

Wanderlust is a diverse anthology of literary erotica whose stories will transport you from the steps of the Sacré-Cœur to the changing room of a BDSM leather shop, from the Australian outback to an African river.

Two gay men in Victorian England have an illicit affair on a steam locomotive.

On a modern train, a mysterious couple seduces a younger woman and rediscovers each other, “skin touching skin as train cars and bodies press through the silence of the Sierra Nevadas.”

On a mission to a distant planet and trapped in a world of hard metal and sensory deprivation, two women turn to sex and elaborate fantasies to keep the madness at bay.

An intergalactic traveler knows that “love is slowly destroying the universe.”

A poet reflects on the journeys all poets make and the time she read ghazals by a dimly flickering light as her lover slept beside her, warning that “the hazard of being the muse of a poet is that she not only strips her own soul for the world but that of her lover as well.”
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release date: Sep 25, 2017
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Mofo Shorts (5 Book Series)
From Book 1: A “disorganised tourist” has an erotic encounter with a “not-quite-suicidal” Parisian. A 2,146 word erotic short story accompanied by an excerpt from Zac Blue’s The Bluebird and the Devil, a Victorian erotic novelette.

This story is also included in Mofo Pubs Presents Vol. 1: Wanderlust, a literary erotica anthology.
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release date: Sep 25, 2017
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Thornfield (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: Prior to the events of Jane Eyre, Grace Poole is drawn into the mystery surrounding her employer’s marriage as she becomes sexually entangled with both the dark, enigmatic Mr Rochester and his virgin wife.

Nineteen-year-old Grace Poole knows the unspoken rules of Victorian society.

It is the right of the nobility to act as their desires dictate, a luxury denied to those who serve them. Grace, however, refuses to be bound by her station; and from the moment she arrives at Thornfield Hall, the bisexual maid seduces footmen and maids alike even as she wonders when the elusive Mr Rochester will return home and demand from her that which all masters invariably do.

Bertha Rochester is the dark, voluptuous, and shockingly innocent mistress of Thornfield.

Under the orders of her absent husband, she is kept pampered and isolated in her third-floor rooms. The servants whisper about the young mistress who, despite her married status, remains a virgin.

The temptation of a virgin mistress is one which Grace cannot resist, yet love is an indulgence she can ill afford.

She attempts to master her feelings as she initiates Bertha into her world of wanton, dark desire. Unwilling to allow love to make her weak, Grace continues her seduction of the household’s servants, with no regard for Victorian propriety, as part of her plan to free both women from the tyranny of the absent master of Thornfield. Her scheme culminates in a decadent bisexual orgy where several of Thornfield’s male servants make a cuckold of the still-absent Mr Rochester.

The full ramifications of that night, however, will not be felt until Rochester returns to Thornfield.



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Bertha lowered her head, but her eyes never left Grace’s. She saw the love and the desire; it made her even more certain of her actions.

“He says I can never be touched in that way. That I am evil and it will ignite dark demons inside me.” Bertha’s head was still lowered.

Grace took her face in her hands and raised it up and pulled it close to hers. “He is the evil one, my sweet little thing. He denies you what is your right as a woman and a wife, so we will take his rights and that will just be the start of it.”

Bertha was trembling, her eyes wide and afraid. “What are you going to do? Oh, Grace, he is the master; he is a man. We are just women."

“He shall be a cuckold, not a man, and I shall show him who is the master of Thornfield.”

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The Thornfield Series by Zac Blue

Book One: The Bluebird and the Devil
Book Two: The Mistress of Thornfield
Book Three: The Master of Thornfield



Publisher’s Note: The Bluebird and the Devil is a 12,000 word Victorian erotic short. Book one of three in a trilogy. Contains explicit heterosexual and lesbian sex as well as an orgy involving bisexual women and straight men. A dark, Gothic tale with elements of sexual violence, this is not Charlotte Brontë’s Mr Rochester.
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release date: Aug 17, 2017
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Rolling the Die: An Erotic Short (Mofo Shorts Book 4)
Two players left in a game. A cheap hotel, a gun, and a bottle of whisky. A 2,290 word erotic short story accompanied by an excerpt from Zac Blue’s The Bluebird and the Devil, a Victorian erotic novelette.
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release date: Mar 01, 2017
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The Cruelty of Eden: An Erotic Short (Mofo Shorts Book 1)
A “disorganised tourist” has an erotic encounter with a “not-quite-suicidal” Parisian. A 2,146 word erotic short story accompanied by an excerpt from Zac Blue’s The Bluebird and the Devil, a Victorian erotic novelette.

This story is also included in Mofo Pubs Presents Vol. 1: Wanderlust, a literary erotica anthology.
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release date: Sep 29, 2014
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The Bluebird and the Devil (Thornfield Book 1)
Prior to the events of Jane Eyre, Grace Poole is drawn into the mystery surrounding her employer’s marriage as she becomes sexually entangled with both the dark, enigmatic Mr Rochester and his virgin wife.

Nineteen-year-old Grace Poole knows the unspoken rules of Victorian society.

It is the right of the nobility to act as their desires dictate, a luxury denied to those who serve them. Grace, however, refuses to be bound by her station; and from the moment she arrives at Thornfield Hall, the bisexual maid seduces footmen and maids alike even as she wonders when the elusive Mr Rochester will return home and demand from her that which all masters invariably do.

Bertha Rochester is the dark, voluptuous, and shockingly innocent mistress of Thornfield.

Under the orders of her absent husband, she is kept pampered and isolated in her third-floor rooms. The servants whisper about the young mistress who, despite her married status, remains a virgin.

The temptation of a virgin mistress is one which Grace cannot resist, yet love is an indulgence she can ill afford.

She attempts to master her feelings as she initiates Bertha into her world of wanton, dark desire. Unwilling to allow love to make her weak, Grace continues her seduction of the household’s servants, with no regard for Victorian propriety, as part of her plan to free both women from the tyranny of the absent master of Thornfield. Her scheme culminates in a decadent bisexual orgy where several of Thornfield’s male servants make a cuckold of the still-absent Mr Rochester.

The full ramifications of that night, however, will not be felt until Rochester returns to Thornfield.



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Bertha lowered her head, but her eyes never left Grace’s. She saw the love and the desire; it made her even more certain of her actions.

“He says I can never be touched in that way. That I am evil and it will ignite dark demons inside me.” Bertha’s head was still lowered.

Grace took her face in her hands and raised it up and pulled it close to hers. “He is the evil one, my sweet little thing. He denies you what is your right as a woman and a wife, so we will take his rights and that will just be the start of it.”

Bertha was trembling, her eyes wide and afraid. “What are you going to do? Oh, Grace, he is the master; he is a man. We are just women."

“He shall be a cuckold, not a man, and I shall show him who is the master of Thornfield.”

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The Thornfield Series by Zac Blue

Book One: The Bluebird and the Devil
Book Two: The Mistress of Thornfield
Book Three: The Master of Thornfield



Publisher’s Note: The Bluebird and the Devil is a 12,000 word Victorian erotic short. Book one of three in a trilogy. Contains explicit heterosexual and lesbian sex as well as an orgy involving bisexual women and straight men. A dark, Gothic tale with elements of sexual violence, this is not Charlotte Brontë’s Mr Rochester.
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release date: Nov 26, 2014
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The Mistress of Thornfield
Prior to the events of Jane Eyre, Grace Poole is drawn into a psychosexual battle for dominance with the brooding Mr Rochester and his increasingly unstable wife.

The nineteen-year-old maid knew the unspoken rules of Victorian society but broke them anyway, unleashing a dark curse upon Thornfield Hall.

Rochester has fled, leaving Grace alone with her mad mistress and the consequences of their transgressions. Now the young maid must attempt to conquer the darkness that her flawed plan to cuckold her master has loosed upon Thornfield.

A dark sexuality has been awakened in the bisexual mistress of Thornfield.

Bertha Rochester has tasted temptation and wants more. Her innocence destroyed, the dark beauty has come into her own as mistress of Thornfield. Grace watches, helpless, as Bertha fills the household with strong, brutal men who are as willing to commit murder as participate in an orgy if their mistress demands it.

Grace’s only ally is an enigmatic gypsy with secrets of her own.

The voluptuous Madame Magenta appears at Thornfield with a dire warning, and Grace must decide if she can be trusted. The attraction between the two bisexual women, however, cannot be denied and distrust soon gives way to passion. The maid and the gypsy, both outcasts in Victorian society, devise a plan to save Thornfield and its tormented master from the growing madness of his estranged wife.

The depths of Mrs Rochester’s dark desires, however, will not become apparent until Grace stumbles upon her mistress’s darkest orgy yet.



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The gypsy rose with a flash of metal, and a knife was at Grace’s throat.

“Be seated, my dear, or I shall slice thee ugly.” The eyes were dark green and full of menace.

Grace felt no fear but knew when to withdraw and wait. She sat down, as did the gypsy.

“Speak,” said Grace.

“Such fire inside you. Much tumult for such a child.”

“If you call me a child again, I shall wrest that knife from you and cut your heart from your chest.”

The gypsy laughed. “Very well, Grace. I came here to deliver a message and offer you my support for the tribulations that will fall on this house.” The eyes sparkled and Grace found herself searching for a shape in all the cloth, but those purple folds revealed nothing.

“That I have unleashed?” Grace spat the last word.

“Yes, but without intent. You could not know what that creature was, but I venture you can already see what she is becoming?”

The words bit into Grace, an echo of Mrs Rochester’s words. She set a hard gaze to the gypsy woman, and the revelation came upon her.

“Mr Rochester.”


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The Thornfield Series by Zac Blue

Book One: The Bluebird and the Devil
Book Two: The Mistress of Thornfield
Book Three: The Master of Thornfield



Publisher’s Note: The Mistress of Thornfield is a 12,000 word Victorian erotic short. Book two of three in a trilogy. Contains explicit heterosexual and lesbian sex. A dark, Gothic tale with elements of sexual violence, this is not Charlotte Brontë’s Mr Rochester.
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