By A.C. James

My father and I have a really good relationship. Before retiring from serving the police force for over twenty years, he was a substitute history teacher and he’s always been a bit of poet. He taught me to think for myself and gave me a deep appreciation for history, reading, and writing. And in honor of all the fathers in the world or those that have filled the very big shoes that role requires, we’re celebrating Father’s Day with a week-long giveaway. 

This week I’ll be talking to erotica authors and giving away the following: 
30 Bundles of Four Erotica E-books: 

Daddy’s Boss — Kelsey Charisma 
Pounded by Daddy — Leena Darling 
Daddy’s Dungeon Volume 1 — Michelle Fawkes 
Daddy’s Dungeon Volume 2 — Michelle Fawkes 
Grand Prize 
Two lucky winners can choose between one autographed copy of either: The Siren, The Angel, or The Prince by Tiffany Reisz. Winners choice!

Tiffany Reisz is the bestselling author of The Original Sinners series from Harlequin’s Mira Books. The Original Sinners series is a dark, edgy, erotica about a famous author with an alternative lifestyle. And the first book in the series is a modern-day retelling of My Fair Lady. Coincidentally, this also happens to be one of my favorite musicalswith its own focus on daddy-kink.

Tiffany will be stopping by the blog for an interview this week to talk with me about the upcoming release of The Mistress.

The Mistress is available for pre-order and will be released July 30th, 2013. It’s the explosive ending of the series and it picks up right where book three left off—a cliffhanger that has left fans gritting their teeth and wanting for more. Nora Sutherlin is in handcuffs, held captive by two men. Under different circumstances, she would enjoy the situation immensely, but her captors aren’t interested in play. Or pity. 

As the reality of her impending peril unfolds, Nora becomes Scheherazade, buying each hour of her life with stories-sensual tales of Søren, Kingsley and Wesley, each of whom has tempted and tested and tortured her in his own way. This, Nora realizes, is her life: nothing so simple, so vanilla, as a mere love triangle for her. It’s a knot in a silken cord, a tangled mass of longings of the body and the heart and the mind. And it may unravel at any moment. 

But in Nora’s world, no one is ever truly powerless-a cadre of her friends, protectors and lovers stands ready to do anything to save her, even when the only certainty seems to be sacrifice and heartbreak.

For a chance to win these great prizes, please comment on this blog post with why your father (or someone who has fulfilled that role) is important to you. Also, be sure to list youremailaddress(at)yourprovidername(dot)com so that I can contact you when distributing prizes. Grand Prize winners will be contacted to obtain their mailing address so an autographed copy of their chosen book can be mailed to them. I will choose the most heartfelt responses and announce the winners on Saturday, June 15th. 

Mallorie Griffin will also be stopping by for an interview on Thursday and her book Her Father, My Master will be FREE directly on starting the day of her interview here on my blog and through Father’s Day weekend.

Her Father, My Master—When 18 year old Krystal Waverly catches her best friend Madison having sex with her boyfriend, she wants nothing more than revenge. So she hatches a plan. A plan to have sex with Maddie’s father. But her scheme doesn’t go accordingly, for Mr. Hendricks is nothing like any high school boy she’s ever tried to be with. He’s an older man: confident, authoritative, and with a single glance, she’s caught completely in his power. Her revenge forgotten, Krystal delves into a new world of sex, bondage, and a slave and master dynamic she’s never experienced before with this older man. But with high school coming to an end, and college looming on the horizon, how can they keep up the exploration that Krystal so desperately wants to continue? This is a steamy erotic romance, and recommended only for mature readers, due to multiple and graphically described sex scenes, and themes of BDSM, bondage, spanking and other abuse, and multiple instances of oral and vaginal intercourse. 

 Daddy’s Boss by Kelsey Charisma


Olivia slipped away in the middle of her father’s stuffy dinner party when his boss, the CEO, entered the bathroom, where she’d hidden to smoke a joint. With all the confidence of a man never turned down, he helped himself to more than the last of her stash. Content Warning: this short story contains adult material with explicit sexual situations and language. Full of hot, vigorous sex including drug use and is not for the faint of heart. All sexually active characters in this work are 18 years of age or older. 

Pounded by Daddy — Leena Darling

Anna and her step-daddy have a special weekend planned, but Anna risks her safety and disobeys Daddy before their weekend can even start. Now she must endure an over the knee spanking on her bare bottom, followed by butt plug punishment and a dose of Daddy’s thick leather belt. Will Anna be able to take her punishment like a good girl? And will Daddy still follow through with his plans to finally make Anna a woman? Note: This short story contains the spanking of adult women, virgin sex, anal punishment, and other erotic content. 

Daddy’s Dungeon Volume 1 — Michelle Fawkes

Jenifer has always fantasized about her stepdad. When she finds her stepfather’s key to the always locked room in the basement, she can’t resist her curiosity. She expected to find a lot of things behind that closed door, but a fully equipped dungeon wasn’t one of them. Shocked and more aroused than she thought possible, Jenifer hatches a plan to entice her step-dad into teaching her about the joys of sex in the dungeon Will she learn more than she can handle? Warning: This story contains sexually explicit material including pseudo-incest stepfather/stepdaughter sex, light erotic BDSM, flogging and anal sex. All characters depicted are over the age of 18. 

Daddy’s Dungeon Volume 2 — Michelle Fawkes

Jenifer’s introduction to the dungeon has opened a whole new world of sexual sensations to her. And when she invites three of her friends over for a little dungeon party, she discovers an aspect of herself she didn’t know existed. After topping her best friend Kathy with a strapon, she must decide if she is a submissive or a Domme, or is she simply a switch who enjoys both men and women. Warning: This story contains sexually explicit material, including f/f sex stepfather/stepdaughter sex, and light erotic BDSM. All characters depicted are over the age of 18. 
Stick around this week and celebrate Father’s Day with us for a chance to win some sizzling prizes!

20 thoughts on “Who’s Your Daddy? – An Erotica E-book Giveaway for Father’s Day

  1. I’ll start out by sharing why my Dad is important to me. For one, my dad has always supported my choices without offering judgement or saying, “I told you so,” when I got it wrong. And he’s always been there to catch me when I fall but he taught me how to stand on my own two feet. So I fall a lot less. 😀 Why is your dad important to you?

  2. I didn’t have a real good father figure until recently, one of my best friends (who is 18yrs older than me) took me under his wing and showed me what it is like to have a father figure… He has supported me emotionally through some pretty bad times and has been there for me whenever I needed someone i could just talk to or cry to….. I honestly don’t know what I would be like right now if I had not met him 6yrs ago.
    Email: bridgette1985(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. I would like to recognize, not my father, but my husband Donald for taking the role of daddy to my son. From the first day you met,Robert has called you daddy. Here 7 years later, you are the only father he knows. I let you know how much we both love and appreciate everything you do. You were the missing piece that makes him complete and the best thing that has happened to him. I just wanted to say thankyou and i love you.

  4. I’ve always been a “daddy’s girl”. My older brother was doted upon by my mom and my grandmother( who lived with us). Whenever life gives me lemons, my dad s always there for me. Just recently, I had been down over the fact my husband suffered a job loss…a few days later, in the mail was a card…from my dad…and a handwritten note, telling me how strong I am and how much he loves and supports me. I can’t express how much those things hav meant throughout the years. He’s definitely one in a million!

  5. My father has always been there for me. Whenever I’ve needed advice or someone just to listen, he’s been there without making me feel like I’ve made the wrong decision. I wish he lived closer to me now that I’m married with a family of my own. Miss my Daddy!

  6. After My parents got divorced, me and My sister stayed with My dad, it was hard for him to look after 2 little girls and provide for the family. I was so bitter about our family situation but now I realised that My dad did the best he could to raise 2 girls on his own and i am proud to have a dad like My dad. the two of us gave him a lot of headache growing up.

  7. I’m definitely a daddy’s girl. Everything about me including my appearance, personality, tastes, preferences, voice, manner of speech, etc. is almost identical to that of my father. It could be a result of both nature AND nurture but I would say he’s the one person who’s shaped me to become who I am today most, and even though I’m not 100% satisfied with myself, I am 100% grateful for the time, love, and effort he has put into raising me and helping me understand the world.

    He is also one of the wisest, most intelligent, and well-intentioned people I know, so even though we don’t get along all the time (only so much patience between two people who are so alike LOL!) I always respect and admire him not only as a father but also as an individual.

    Karielle Stephanie @ Books à la Mode
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  8. why your father (or someone who has fulfilled that role) is important to you.

    I actually have three fathers. My mom was pretty busy. My Mom left my biological father when I was 2 and from that time until I turned 18, I never saw him or even spoke to him. I had no idea who he was. When I was 16, I started getting really curious and went behind my mom’s back to contact someone in her address book that I knew was friends with my dad. It totally didn’t work out and the guy told my mom and I was busted! However, she realized that I really did want to have a relationship with him so she met with him first about 6 months after that and then a year later right after my 18th birthday, she took me to meet him. It was one of the most confusing days of my life!

    Okay now onto why he has become so important to me. Had to give the back story first, ya know? The first time we met was almost 6 years ago exactly. Since then, we have become much closer. It means so much to me to get to have a relationship with the father that I didn’t get to know for most of my life, especially since I always wanted to meet him and my mom never allowed it to happen. Now I see him on a regular basis and he has become someone that I know I can turn to if I need help, someone who is always supportive, and someone who I know really loves me.

    He’s someone I can look up to because he’s a successful business owner which is something I aspire to be. He also has agreed to help pay for me to pursue my dream of becoming a pilot, something that I have wanted to do since I was like 4 years old. He is great at listening and giving me advice about anything he’s knowledgeable about. It has made such a difference in my life to finally get to meet my father and to develop such an amazing relationship with him.


  9. Great Father’s day event you have going on here, A.C.! I can’t wait to read the interviews with all those great authros, some of them I admit I’ve never heard of but am excited to discover 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!

    My dad is important to me because he was probably the one constant in my life who never failed to believe in me and never gave up on me even when I, especially as a teenager gave him a hard time. He was not your typical nicey nice father and I was hardly a daddy’s girl, in fact he was very strict, religious, and conservative and tried very hard to make me see those views.

    However, he was a very reasonable and very smart person, and of course he had a heart of gold although it was rare for him to explicitly show it. he was not the kind of person to wear his heart on his sleeve but ALWAYS felt deeply. He was the most honest and virtuous man I ever knew (even to this day, I have never met someone who always strived to do the “right” thing under society).

    I always got in trouble as a kid – at school, with my siblings, and even once with the police – but he was the only one who stood by me and comforted me and assured me that any bad experience would be the best learning experience and that he believed I was a good person at heart. My teachers, mother, and older sister always called me a “bad kid” or “rotten apple” but he never ever said that. I am so grateful he had faith in me like that and stood up for me when nobody else would.

    It saddens me that I did not appreciate him when he was alive. He passed away almost seven years ago and I didn’t realize all this until after he had passed. The moment I realized I would never hear one of his heartfelt lectures – that always felt like sermons to me when I was sixteen, but I now know included some of the most valuable advice for life anyone could give – again was incredibly upsetting. When I lost him I lost my only true friend. What I would do to hear his voice again!

    I love and miss my dad greatly. because he is the person who most positively influenced my formative years, he is the most important person to me.

    Jsididia(at)gmail(dot)com (Jsididia)

  10. My dad is everything to me. Because of him (and my mother) I have a beautiful life. My parents chose me. I was adopted at birth and because of legal complications, they almost lost me, but he and my mother fought with everything that they had to make me theirs and to bless me with the most wonderful family a girl could ask for. Happy Fathers Day, Daddy! I love you and thank you.

  11. My father is my hero and much more. I was born in the era where drugs was really becoming a downfall, both my parents were heavy into drugs, crack cocaine really. My dad told me the reason why he got clean was because we were in the car one day and he was smoking a joint and I told him I knew it was marijuana, only being a 5 yr old at the time. I laugh to this day. The gave my daddy the wake up he needed, after that I had 2 more sisters and my mom wasn’t around at all. He became my mother, father, and friend. When I say he went out his way to give me everything because his 3 daugthers didnt have a mother it was everything. If I could give him everything he ever wants I would. I talk to him everyday almost 5 times a day and it’s nothing we don’t talk about. He even talks to my friends and cousins and they all wish he was their father. I should thank god everyday for blessing me with him. While I don’t think I’ll be the woman I am today without him, I truly am thankful for each and every moment with him.

  12. My father isn’t in my life anymore, & when he was in my life it wasn’t that great. The only person that could fill the role was my grandfather, he was the greatest guy I knew & wish he was still alive to share everything with.


  13. My dad was not a nice person, so I adopted my girlfriend’s dad. He was easy-going and always willing to do things with us girls. Even in later years he made me feel important to me. He died a number of years ago and I miss him.

    Email: trillium2 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  14. My dad is important to me because he is an amazing man. He has always been there for me no matter how many times I have screwed up. He has never looked down on me or belittled me. He is supportive and caring is his own way. I was in an abusive relationship and when he found out he was there for me and the guy is currently lucky to be breathing according my dad, but he helped me in alot of different ways that only a father could do. I am a very lucky person to have a father and a mother who care about me and are always there.
    Email is: crystal(dot)glenn88(at)gmail(dot)com

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