Erotic Westerns - Cowboy Lust, Captured by a Modern Cowboy, and Scandal and Bound
If you love reading erotic stories, you may be interested in the following three novels. They cover the subjects of Cowboy Lust, Captured by a Modern Cowboy, and Scandal and Bound. If you enjoy these types of books, you might also enjoy these two short stories. While reading these books, keep in mind that they are not suitable for children. However, if you are into romance, you may be interested in these stories as well.
The book collection Cowboy Lust in Erotic Westerns contains a number of short stories featuring the love affairs between men and women who are drawn to the rugged and macho men of the West. One such story is LADIES LOVE COUNTRY BOYS about a cowgirl who finds herself stranded in the country and falls for bull-riding cowboy Morgan Mitchell. Julia discovers her love for the rugged, macho cowboy as he gives her the ride of her life.
The story of Cole, a down-on-his-luck cowboy, begins when he encounters a beautiful young widow after a bounty gig goes wrong. Their flings are akin to those found in Western movies, and Cole is desperate to find love. He decides to find her in spite of all of her setbacks. When the bounty gig goes bad, he meets a young woman who is equally sultry and dangerous.
Captured by a Modern Cowboy
In the 21st century, adult westerns have become a popular genre. They combine the classic themes of cowboy films with themes of erotic sex and modern sexuality. While the genre has been around for decades, it has never quite reached its peak. Its popularity has dropped consistently since the 1960s, when science fiction took center stage. Nowadays, however, the genre is returning to the spotlight with newer and more sexually explicit films.
Scandal and Bound
In this bestselling erotic western, rich Englishman Richard Cynster, the descendant of Aztec royalty, is compelled to marry fiercely independent Scotswoman Catriona Hennessy for the sake of his family. But what happens when the pair's superiors are forced to marry? Will they be able to save their family? Or will they fall in love all over again?
Robert Burns is an enduring and iconic figure in Scottish literature and culture. Despite his restless nature and nameless ambition, he is a natural choice for the role of an erotic western hero. Born in Ayrshire, Scotland, he began his life as an apprentice flax-dresser after his father's death. He eventually worked on his family's farm until his father died, at which point he married Elizabeth Paton, a servant girl at the farm, who bore him twins.
This macho poetry about sex is nothing new; successive generations think they invented it, only to discover that the words used to express it still have connotations today. Some commentators have even compared the poet of the late 1700s to the rock stars of today. Perhaps this explains the macho appeal of Robert Burns in an erotic western. Perhaps this is why some Burns scholars prefer not to mention his association with the Merry Muses.
A small poem by Robert Burns is known as 'A Small Ode on Mixed Flatting'. The poem's title is drawn from this infamous poem, which was Burns's favourite. In the film, the poem's erotic content is rewritten in octosyllabic couplets, and the erotic verse is a homage to the poem that inspired it.
The pseudonym Pierre Louis is perhaps most closely associated with the erotic western genre. Born in Ghent, Belgium on Dec. 10, 1870, Louys penned seven short stories that feature lesbian and classical themes. He sought to capture the sensuality of the pagans with stylistic perfection. Here we take a look at these stories from Pierre Louys's career.
Born in Ghent, Belgium, Pierre Louys grew up in a family that sought refuge in the country during the Franco-Prussian War. During his youth, he attended the École Alsacienne and became a renowned French poet. He became a close friend of Oscar Wilde and debussy and was later honored with the Order of the Legion d'Honor.
In 1891, Louys helped to start the literary review La Conque. In 1891, Louys published Astarte, an early erotic collection of verse. Later, he published Songs of Bilitis, a collection of 143 prose poems with strong lesbian themes. The work was dedicated to Bilitis. Its publication helped create an enduring influence on erotic literature and a lesbian movement.
Whenever she's not writing her romantic westerns, Jess Michaels is flipping through romance books. She looks for the 'good stuff'. Then she writes it. The author is also a popular web site with over 200,000 hits a month, The Passionate Pen. Besides writing erotic romance, she also writes historical romance under the pen name Jenna Petersen.
After being married for fifteen years, she began writing full time in 1999. She's since published over 50 novels under three pen names and has published with major publishers, small presses, and through self-publishing. Her erotic historical romances have been widely acclaimed and won many awards. Her novels include: Romancing the Duke, Lord of the Abyss, and Beauty and the Earl.