Summary: While studying in Boston, a young Adam Cartwright finds himself a part-time job – with unexpected benefits.
My response to Brand’s 13th anniversary R-rated challenge (to include the words “lacy lingerie”)
WC: 7150 Rating: MA (for sexual content)
Summary: Is she really the newest working girl in Virginia City? Written for Bonanza Brand’s R-Rated 13th Anniversary Writing Challenge.
Rating: R / Mature Audience only. Not extremely explicit, but close enough. (2,775 words)
Summary: How do the three Cartwright sons react to the plight of a young woman who needs a Man of Steel? The issue arises when Joe brings home the ad from The Soiled Dove Society.
This is a sexually explicit story. If that offends you in any way, do not continue to the story.
rating = MA word count = 2025
Summary: How does a Cartwright react when The Soiled Dove Society goes on the hunt for a man of steel?
This story is sexually explicit; readers who are easily offended should not continue to the story
Rated: MA (2,320 words)
Lessons in the Art of Negotiations #2 – The Ophelia Theatre Presents… Private Dancer (by BluewindFarm)
Summary: The Ophelia Theatre Presents the very first ‘Chippendale’ dancers, featuring Adam and Joe Cartwright; who star in their own private dances later that night. Written for the 2016 Bonanza Brand 10th Anniversary R-Rated Challenge (aka the ‘Dirty Word’ Challenge)
Rating: MA (2,900 words)
THIS STORY IS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT, and intended for mature readers only! If you are easily offended, please do not continue to the story.
Negotiation Series, links to stories within the series are included.
Summary: I hope, you’ll have so much pleasure reading it as I had, writing it… The handsome Adam Cartwright will be in the middle of an amazing adventure. R-Rated, because that story was written for the 2016 R-Forum Brand Anniversary writing challenge.
Rating: MA (2,250 words)
Summary: This is a missing scene from Season 10’s Emily. Written for the 2016 Bonanza Brand 10th Anniversary R-Rated Challenge.
Warning: sexually explicit!
Rated: MA Word Count: 2100