Wet and Wild bloghop!

Welcome to Skye Warren’s Wet and Wild Bloghop! Please click here for a list of other authors who are participating in this event. In order to be eligible for a $100 Victoria Secret gift certificate, please leave you email address in your comment. Skye will choose the winner from the comments, and you need to have your email address visible for her to contact you.

I will be awarding one free copy of any of my books (Coming to Terms, Simple Gifts, The Way Home, Editorial Board, Desire in Any Language, or The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus) to one lucky commenter. To be eligible for my prize, leave a comment (with your email address, of course!) answering the following questions:

  1. Have you read any F/F stories?
  2. If yes, which ones? If no, would you be willing to try one?
  3. If you win my contest, which of my books would you like to receive and why?



Music.  Without the love of her life, how can Leila learn to live again?


Professional violinist Leila Feran is accustomed to fame as the youngest and first female concertmaster of the Philharmonic Symphony.  Driven to achieve ever-increasing heights, she injures her wrist so badly that she may no longer be able to play.  While she recovers, she moves in with her childhood best friend, a pianist and beloved orchestra teacher in a small town.

Carene welcomes Leila with open arms and only one condition: no divas allowed.  And if Leila can’t follow the house rules, she might find herself over Carene’s knee…or worse. In between arguments over physical therapy and house rules, Carene’s zero-tolerance policy regarding divas results in some old-fashioned discipline that changes into something more.


Will Leila and Carene’s new feelings for each other blossom into something wonderful? Or will Leila lose not just a potential soul mate, but also her friend?

Coming to Terms cover

Summer means more than fun and sun, rest and relaxation. For the couples in Coming to Terms, vacation presents a chance to connect, and work through important issues in their domestic discipline relationships. From endeavoring to define DD to missing a DD partner to balancing erotic spanking and disciplinary spanking, these stand-alone stories penned by seven authors of spanking fiction cover a broad spectrum of issues commonly encountered in loving DD relationships. Will the obstacles prove too difficult to overcome? Or will each couple emerge from the vacation with their relationships revitalized and stronger than ever?

WARNING: This book contains scenes with spanking, Domestic Discipline, and graphic sex.

*Contains the short story “Tomorrow” that serves as a transition between The Way Home and Lighting the Way.


College roommates, best friends, and family. Can Kat and Natalie find a way to stay together…without killing each other?


Kat Astra knows one thing: everything is her fault. A dead-end job. A fear of confrontation. An inability to speak up when necessary. Desertion of her best friend in her time of need.


Natalie Mestecom knows one thing too: everything Kat does is Natalie’s fault. The relationship rule is simple; Kat has problems, and Natalie fixes them. But what worked in adolescence becomes more complicated with adulthood, and new developments in their relationship challenge these roles. Kat is no longer sure whether she is willing to be disciplined according to Natalie’s rules, and Natalie is no longer sure whether she is worthy of Kat’s trust.


Can Natalie allow herself to be vulnerable? Can Kat believe in her own strength? Can Natalie believe in Kat’s strength? How will they, each in their own way, learn to move beyond guilt and blame in order to forge a new relationship together? In order to make peace with themselves and each other, Kat and Natalie reconnect with family, re-visit memories of their past, and make plans for taking steps forward in the future. To light their way home.


Natalie always wanted a little sister.  Kat didn’t know she was allowed to want anything…or anyone.


Kat, a shy farmgirl, arrives at her freshman dorm with a backpack, a suitcase, and her mother’s wish for Kat to attend college “at least until you get married”. Her roommate Natalie, a confident and fun-loving social butterfly, decides sight unseen that Kat will become her best friend for life. Natalie teaches Kat about college life, academics, and friendship by taking Kat under her wing…and over her knee.


Then their lives fall apart one fateful night on campus, and for the rest of the decade Kat and Natalie struggle to find their way back to each other. Their way home.



Award-winning author Spring Meadows and newspaper-turned-literary editor Rachel Templeton have one thing in common: they can’t stand each other.  Spring is sure that her bestselling talents single-handedly keep her publishing company afloat, while Rachel would like nothing better than to take this smart-mouthed, button-pushing prima donna down a peg or two.  When Spring makes the fatal mistake of accusing Rachel of sexual misconduct, Rachel decides to teach her a lesson.


“What is an author to an editor?” Spring asks herself.  If only she had been prepared for Rachel’s answer…


Mira thought she wanted a spanking.  What she got was love.

On her own for the first time, Mira is studying abroad for her translator’s certificate.  Unfortunately, the heady excitement of dance clubs, late-night parties, and endless shopping quickly distracts her from her educational goals.  Mira’s advisor offers her private tutoring, but the combined pressures of culture and language difference threaten Mira’s progress at school.  She is unable to get her act together until she makes a discovery that horrifies and tantalizes her: in her new country, corporal punishment is a way of life.  The secret to her academic success just might also fulfill her wildest, unspoken dreams.



Sexy. Seductive. Dangerous. A poignant and compelling read.



In some countries, turning 21 means gaining the right to vote and drink alcoholic beverages. For Claire Labraun, the Christmas after her 21st birthday would be beyond her wildest imagination.

Minelle and Matthew Labraun believed in a traditional marriage. Matthew was head of their household, and Minelle was his helpmeet.  When it came to raising their headstrong 21-year-old daughter, however, they found themselves at a loss.  Minelle had always taught Claire to do the right thing for right’s sake. Claire, however, had different ideas.  She rebelled against their rules, flaunted authority, and connived to get things she wanted.  She had never been spanked in her life; Matthew and Minelle kept that adult privilege strictly between themselves. But this year, a visit from Santa plus Claire’s newly adult status would change her idea of Christmas forever.

17 thoughts on “Wet and Wild bloghop!

  1. C. Descoteaux says:

    Hi there!

    1. Have you read any F/F stories? Yes!
    2. If yes, which ones? If no, would you be willing to try one? So far I’ve only read short stories (I’ve read bi and lesbian hard copy anthologies for years), but have a few novels on my nook just waiting to be read!
    3. If you win my contest, which of my books would you like to receive and why? I’d love to read Simple Gifts, because I played the violin and would probably like the musical aspect as much as everything else. Plus, I’ve read excerpts and they sound wonderful!

    Thanks for the chance to win. I hope you have a fun hop!


    • Anastasia Vitsky says:

      Hi Charley! Good luck with both prize drawings. I’d love to know the names of some of the anthologies you’ve read. 🙂

      How neat that you play violin! I’d love to hear what you think about the musical aspect of the story. Glad that you have enjoyed the excerpts.

      Thank you for stopping by!


  2. Celeste Jones says:

    I’ve got all your books so I’ll let someone else win the prize, but I did want to say that I love the cover for Lighting the Way. Is that couch the one where the wooden spoon is tucked into the cushions?

    Look at you with 7 books out!


    • Anastasia Vitsky says:

      YES! If you look carefully, you’ll see the wooden spoon lying on the couch cushion. Although, to be absolutely technical, in Kat and Natalie’s house the couch is not against the wall (because Kat gets bent over the back of it).

      Only 6. Well, only 5. We all shared the 6th one. 😀


  3. Sheri Savill says:

    Hi Anastasia! Nice looking site you have here!

    1. Have you read any F/F stories? Not yet.
    2. If yes, which ones? If no, would you be willing to try one? Maybe. 🙂 So, if I won your contest, I would definitely read the book of yours that I won. I’m open-minded!
    3. If you win my contest, which of my books would you like to receive and why? Any of them, really. I love your book covers! They’re all so gorgeous. Especially love Simple Gifts. Just a very nice cover, IMO. OK, I guess maybe I would choose “Coming to Terms” for a prize book; DD really does interest me.

    sheri NOSPACE savill At gmail (you-know-the-rest)



  4. Natasha says:

    1. Yes I have before.
    2. I can’t remember which ones they were.
    3. I would love Desire In Any Language.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com


  5. pao says:

    Hi Ana! I’ve read all of them except for Coming to Terms now…
    If books were authors’ children does that mean all of the collaborating authors raised a child together? 😀


  6. Rachel says:

    1. Have you read any F/F stories? Yes
    2. If yes, which ones? If no, would you be willing to try one? So far just Wetter by Harper Bliss and I’d be willing to read more.
    3. If you win my contest, which of my books would you like to receive and why? They all sound good so its hard to choose just one so top of the list for me: Simple Gifts.

    dragon5174 (at) gmail.com


  7. Cassie Hoffman says:

    Yes, I have read F/F books…Rene Folsome’s Roommate series was the last F/F book I read. I enjoy them. I haven’t read any of your books, so any one I would love to win.



  8. Pam says:

    I haven’t read any f/f stories, but I am willing to read them. If I win, I’d like to receive Simple Gifts. It sounds like a good, emotional read.



  9. Stacey says:

    Have you read any F/F stories? YES
    If yes, which ones? If no, would you be willing to try one? Debra Hyde – Story of L
    If you win my contest, which of my books would you like to receive and why? I’d love to read any of them, but my top two choices are Editorial Board & Desire in Any Language!



  10. jeannie platt says:

    No i haven’t read and F/F but I have read M/M . Yes i would love to read one… I support all forms of books and who am I to say something is right or wrong… If chosen i would love Simple Gifts as i played many instruments growing up. and it sounds like a great read.



  11. shadowluvs2read says:

    No i havent. And im not sure if im ready to read any. But i have read m/m. Love them! And if i had to choose, Simple Gifts. It sounds good and i love music stories! Thank you for the awesome hop and giveaway! Its tons of fun!


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