Kristina Lloyd

Erotic Fiction Author

Books

I’ve been writing erotic fiction on and off since the mid-late 90s. My novels are published by Black Lace, an imprint in the vanguard of women’s erotica when it launched in 1993, and my short stories have appeared in dozens of anthologies and magazines in the UK and US. I primarily write about female sexual submission, with the emphasis on ‘forced’ rather than ‘service’ submission. So rough stuff, ambiguous consent, humiliation and degradation; and not so much in the way of dungeons, formalised punishments and kinky protocol.

I’m fascinated by the psychological elements underpinning BDSM, and by the tension between negotiated BDSM practice, feminism, and the erotic compulsion towards something dark, disturbing, nasty, fucked up. Asking for Trouble, my second and most popular book, explores this terrain and was written in an era when women’s erotica was much dirtier than is currently acceptable in post-FSoG publishing. Consider that your warning, should you need one!

For me, the imaginative space of fiction provides fertile ground for exploring and enjoying the fantasies and longings that many of us shape and fashion into BDSM ‘play’. My work often borrows from other genres, in particular psychological thrillers and the Gothic, and the endings of my books aren’t always happy. Consider that your second warning!

I guess what I’m trying to say is if you’re looking for softcore romance, my books are probably not your bag (although my short stories are generally lighter than my novels). But if you enjoy tales of danger, sexual obsession and unapologetic depictions of fairly hardcore femsub, you might just like what you find here.

Please click on the covers for more.

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Split

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Undone

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Asking for Trouble

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Thrill Seeker

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Darker Than Love

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