Rounding Out September with a $0.99 Sale!

While the kids go back to school and the leaves shift from green to autumn shades of crimson and ochre, the Wedding Heat series goes on hiatus until next Spring.

In the meantime, snag one of the first three ebooks for only $0.99 from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and All Romance ebooks.


"Wedding Heat: One in the Hand" Touches Down!Wedding Heat: One in the Hand introduces many of the main players in the series as they make their way to Maggie and Ed’s luxury wedding resort.  Cora and Dan are an established married couple who get in touch with their inner exhibitionists… with some unexpectedly passionate sex in the car and the parking lot. Could be a good read for couples who like to share their erotica.


Wedding Heat: Two in the Bush bisexual erotica threesomeIn Wedding Heat: Two in the Hand, we meet a curvy girl who’s got a huge crush on one of her co-workers. When they arrive at the wedding resort for Friday night cocktails, she’s giddy with the hope that they’ll finally hook up… until the object of her lust and adoration picks up a gorgeous cougar!  Well, this wouldn’t be erotica if they didn’t all fall into bed together, right? Two eager women, one amazed guy… get ready for an insanely hot bisexual menage story!

Wedding Heat Skinny Dipping gay virgin eroticaThe third story in the series is Wedding Heat: Skinny Dipping.  Here, we’ve got gay, first-time, swimming-naked-in-a-man-made-lake, sex on the beach erotica.  They’re young guys.  One’s got some experience under his belt (oh wait–he’s not wearing a belt. because he’s naked.) and the other one’s a virgin.  It’s a popular story.

And until the end of September you can scoop up all three for just $0.99 each. Yup, you can buy all three of these stories for less than you’d usually pay for just one:



Wedding Heat: One in the Hand

Wedding Heat: Two in the Bush

Wedding Heat: Skinny Dipping



All Romance

Barnes & Noble




4 comments on “Rounding Out September with a $0.99 Sale!

  1. Jennifer Wweisbbloom says:

    I’m happy that I found your blog again, while reading “How to Write Hot Sex.” It’s the second time I’ve read it: now I’m reading “Friday Night Lipstick.” Could you recommend some other books that you have written?

    I am in the midst of transgendering as you might of seen from the terrible photo I sent, and my short bio yesterday.
    I am doing this basically on my own. Of course I have an Endocrinologist, Psychologist, and shrink following me.
    The problem is that I don’t know anyone going through the same process as me to discuss matters with.
    I recently moved back to Montreal about a year ago, because they thought my mother was not going to make it.
    I came out years ago, and have been on hormones for of one type or another for five years, depends which Dr. I see.
    I would like to meet others who are going through the process of M to F.
    Any advice that you can give me would be appreciated. Bars, though I’m not crazy about them, other places, or other people looking to share going through this with someone else.

    Jennifer Robyn Weisbloom

  2. Wedding Heat says:

    Hi Jennifer,

    Thanks for your comment! I’m not a bar person either. My girlfriend had an account at but that was years ago, and when I looked at it just now it seems more dating-oriented. I’m in Toronto, so I’m not all that familiar with Montreal’s LGBT resources. Maybe do a web search to see what’s going on where you live?

    The publisher where most of my transgender fiction was placed closed down in July, so a whole lot of my work is out of print–including my award-winning “The Red Satin Collection” and honourable mention “My Mistress’ Thighs.” I’m planning to revive them, but not sure when.

    I recommend “Take Me There” edited by Tristan Taormino and published by Cleis Press. It’s a Lambda Award-winner and I happen to have a story in it.

    Also, my primary blog is and I’m on Twitter @gisellerenarde if you want to keep track of me.

    Thanks again for your comment,

    • Jennifer Wweisbbloom says:

      I tried to reach you privately on your Yahoo account, but it was returned.
      According to your blog you are in Montreal, that’s why I wrote and trying to get in touch with you I left a comment.
      Your books are available on Amazon, I no longer buy books as it is easier to read then on tablets and take up less space.
      The only books that I buy are reference books on writing.

  3. Wedding Heat says:

    That’s weird… I’ve never even visited Montreal.

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