Online Series

Here is a list of the online series available on the site. They are all as yet unfinished – which is why they’re online. Please feel free to enjoy them but note that I sometimes take a very long time to finish a serial, and sometimes I don’t finish them at all. Enter at your own risk.

shepherdThe Good Shepherd
Tanya has some extremely valuable skills and she works for an organization that values them. She is also a woman with a traumatic past and a drive to ensure that what happened to her before never happens again. When does the pursuit of security become a violation of its own? (M/F, Thriller, BDSM)


Tales of the Mumbai Coven
Originally begun with the short story “Midnight at Sheremetyevo” which was published in D.L. King’s The Sweetest Kiss Anthology, these are the ongoing tales of a group of vampires living in present-day Mumbai. Although the story starts in modern-day Moscow, it began a long, long time ago. The stories are each standalone tales. The first story in the series is not available here to read, but you can listen to a podcast version of it online at Podbay or on iTunes.

I hadn’t really looked at him until then. His hair had grown into a pale, ash blond shaggy mop. His skin, which had been pale in life, was paler now. His small boyish nipples stood out darkly against the flesh.(horror, bdsm, m/m//f)

Museum Piece
Is a bit of F/F/M fun set in London that all starts with a meeting at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Museum Piece (Perusing the Menu)
Museum Piece (Star with Dessert)

Museum Piece (Appetizer)
Museum Piece (First Course)

The Dinner Party
A story of a curious threesome set in present day Ho Chi Minh City.

If it hadn’t been for the fact that she was stuck in the middle of nowhere,Isabel would have walked out. The whole scene was surreal. These people were all, surely, mad, and this was like watching a car crash in slow motion. (spanking, drugs, f/f/m)

thuducThe Madwoman of Thu Duc
This is a historical erotic fiction series set in Saigon in the 1920s, in the aftermath the First World War and the Spanish Flu pandemic, while Vietnam was still a French colony. Following her husband’s death, the young widow of a rubber plantation owner has set out to run the family business herself. Alone and facing the rapacious bullying of her competitors, she offers her recently widowed brother-in-law a place to find his feet and start again.


lepidopteristsThe Lepidopterists
Yvette and Daniel are not exactly a normal couple. Although deeply dedicated to their practice as skilled psychologists, they share a nasty little hobby: they collect butterflies… and then torture them.



The Voice
Lester was a patient man. In the pale light of dawn, he stood across the street from “Fantasy Hotline” and watched as the women began to leave work. This time, he was clever. (Non-con, f/m)



The Teacher
Andrew took a seat in the armchair nearest to her, looking at her thoughtfully. She felt her skin burn beneath his gaze. “Don’t cover your breasts, Sophia. You have to learn to trust that my requests aren’t unnecessary and that the way I look on your body is not casual.(D/s, f/M)

  37 comments for “Online Series

  1. Shan
    July 3, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Just curious about when/if you will finish Beautiful Losers (my fav), The Voice, The Dinner Party, and The Teacher.

    Those are the stories that I have enjoyed more than anything, but I feel more of a connection with the three people in Beautiful Losers. Please let me know if there is a conclusion to any that I asked about coming soon. Thanks for doing such a wonderful job.

    • July 3, 2011 at 3:16 pm

      Hello Shan, thanks for saying that. As you can tell, I get started on series and then sort of just tail away. I’m honestly not sure why, but I need a large chunk of free time in which to get back into a story to finish it, and that doesn’t look likely on the near horizon. Life, work, etc… is conspiring to deny me the opportunity. I have thought a lot about how Beautiful Losers will end, and I have it sort of fixed in my mind. It’s dramatic and unexpected. That’s all I can tell you.

      • Ericka
        February 26, 2012 at 8:59 pm

        I too will be delighted when you finish Beautiful Losers. I check every week for a new “chapter”. I also like the dinner party . Keep up the awesome writing.

      • deKay
        May 17, 2012 at 6:11 am

        Oh RG, would you please write more Beautiful Losers?

        It is, by far, my favourite of your writings and I can’t wait to see what happens next! I come back to it at least once a month, eagerly waiting for a new chapter. =)

  2. Taphophile
    December 9, 2012 at 11:16 am

    Can’t wait to read more of The Dinner Party!! Isabel’s corruption is so intriguing and exciting! More, please RG.

  3. Jenna
    December 13, 2013 at 7:11 am

    I loved The Dinner Party, very intriguing. The depth of your characters is what always has me coming back to your writing. I felt Carmen could have been developed a bit further, though. She felt a bit flat and mindlessly submissive to her husband’s wants; I’d love to have more detail on her motivations.

  4. Linda
    June 7, 2014 at 8:16 pm

    Wow! Just finished The Illustrated Teacher. I’m addicted to your storytelling, RG. Find myself invested in your characters from the get go. No matter how “out there” or wildly different their lifestyles or leanings might be from my own, I warm to them and find myself caring and thinking about them even in moments when I’m not actually reading. Your characters stay around long after—Beautiful Losers is THE case in point. I must have read that online well over 5 years ago and still wonder from time to time what Jean, Sebastian and Shira are up to! For me, the eroticism and the sex are rich, wonderful rewards, precious icing—you could be writing in any genre. Storytelling is the key and you are a storyteller.

  5. Sapphy
    July 5, 2014 at 2:28 am

    I just read The Teacher and it’s wonderful! I appreciate how you handle abuse while also presenting a consensual BDSM relationship that is very fun to read about! Thanks so much for providing it free.

  6. Flecka
    August 5, 2014 at 5:23 am

    I just came back to read The Teacher… yet again. Your writing taps into a part of my sexuality that at times I’ve been afraid of, denied, or simply didn’t know existed. What is more surprising though is the emotional connection made when I read it, being able to identify myself (or lovers) in the characters. It’s not just erotic, it’s well written and stays with me. I can’t wait to have a physical book of your writings in hand. Thank you, thank you, thank you…

  7. Spencer
    September 8, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    I found the Dinner Party impossible to put down once started, which seems to be the case with your work. I particularly like the way the characters are not ‘air brushed’ and the way I find myself drawn in and surprised, a bit like Isabel I suppose. Again an exhilarating experience as one is mentally hit between the solar plexus and left with thoughts and a gentle disturbance that lingers. you are some talent. Thank you again.

  8. Ess
    November 9, 2014 at 11:07 am

    Simply enthralling! I am so grateful to have found erotica that is so well written, with such a broad variety of topics, and exploration of these situations from different perspectives. Thank you, and please….don’t stop.

  9. olephart
    February 12, 2015 at 9:47 pm

    I first read an earlier version of Dinner Party several years ago; delighted to find it again. Erotica of such quality is hard to find these days. Best wishes and thank you.

  10. Rose
    June 7, 2015 at 6:59 am

    I have been reading your works for a couple of weeks now and wanted to express my thanks for them. I have enjoyed several and look forwarded to many more. Your subject matter is thought provoking while your style delights. Keep up the fantastic work!

  11. April
    July 3, 2015 at 2:42 am

    Thank you for sharing your writing so generously. Your well-written, thoughful erotica is a delightful change from what is currently popular in the public domain. I remember reading The Illustrated Teacher years ago. The story stayed with me but I lost track of your site. So glad to have found you again.

  12. Caroline Naught
    August 18, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    I enjoyed The Voice so much. Thank you for it.

  13. Andrew
    December 28, 2015 at 12:52 am

    Wow! The Dinner Party really rang my bell — thank you.
    I disagree with the comments about Carmen — to me she came across as much more than submissive; more an active participant in the seduction.

  14. KC
    February 22, 2016 at 6:11 pm

    I’d love a few more chapters of beutiful losers too. Actually, more chapters of any of them would be great.

  15. elise
    May 11, 2016 at 11:25 am

    I’ve now read The Illustrated Teacher multiple times through and am somewhat captivated by it. One of the strengths of your writing (in this piece as well as others on your site) is in indicating, implicitly or explicitly, when there is a sudden shift in the characters’ demeanor or tone. It is these shifts, primarily with the protagonists, that stop me in my tracks because they are typically the most revealing about what is going on in that character’s mind. You have an uncanny knack for describing so precisely what your characters are thinking, and, more importantly, precisely what they desire, even if they don’t know it themselves, or do not know why they desire it. Additionally, your stories are just downright erotic and a pleasure to devour. Thank you for sharing them.

    • May 12, 2016 at 9:22 am

      It’s funny you should mention that. Describing a character’s thoughts is now very frowned upon. But I write like that because I enjoy reading that myself.

      • elise
        May 12, 2016 at 8:28 pm

        Is describing a character’s thoughts frowned upon ubiquitously? It seems to me it is critical in your style of erotica simply because for most of us (i.e. in many (most?) cultures) these thoughts/feelings/desires aren’t ever spoken, at least in the context of an actual sexual encounter or relationship. But, for me, “eavesdropping” on the characters’ thoughts is what makes your pieces come alive.

        • May 14, 2016 at 7:57 am

          Oh, believe me, I agree with you. I think it was a fashion in literature that really came in as film gained acceptance as the premier mode of storytelling. It’s diegesis vs memesis. It’s a narrative tactic used a great deal pre-1950s

  16. Sarah
    June 2, 2016 at 3:43 am

    I greatly enjoyed The Teacher… Thank you for sharing your work. Your prose is so vivid and descriptive that I become immersed in your tales.
    Thank you.

  17. Steph
    June 12, 2016 at 11:15 am

    Whenever I leave a comment I feel the need to thank you – so, thank you 🙂 The Teacher speaks to me on so many levels, and I am dying to read more about Sophia & Andrew. Or, should I say Father Scanlon? Damn! I am curious as to why he left the church, and what event(s) and emotions prompted him to do so. Also, is Sophia going to own up to her desires? Taking that kind of ownership is frightening…and this is coming from someone who still has plenty of her own work to do in that arena. As social creatures, maybe we are always tempted to go back to that default setting, the wondering what others might think of us.

  18. Chica
    August 24, 2016 at 9:54 am

    Love your work. You write erotica that feels like profound literature. I love these series so much, I often revisit them when I’m idle or anytime I’m craving your work. Thank you so much for sharing with us.
    *I don’t know if you know but the links to the teacher and the voice are broken, would it be possible to get them back up. (they are my favorites)

  19. Ophelia
    August 29, 2016 at 4:15 am

    Ah why won’t The Teacher load? It’s my favourite!!! I love it I love the gentleness and the dominance and the twists.

  20. Lia
    November 6, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    Dear RG,

    I remember reading “The teacher” in 2008 and I loved it so much. Every now and then I remember it and keep coming back to re-read it. But it’s been a while now it doesn’t load. At first, I thought it was the firewall settings at my work (naughty me), but no. Seems others have the same problem too. Can we please have Andrew and Sophia back, pretty pleeeease?


  21. Karla
    June 26, 2017 at 8:57 pm

    I so want to read these but the links seem to be broken D:

  22. Dancer
    August 5, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    I loved The Teacher, and I just returned to read it again. Unfortunately, the link seems to be down. Please bring it back.

  23. Tanya
    October 2, 2017 at 3:49 am

    Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that The Teacher story link does not work.

  24. Marie
    February 9, 2018 at 12:05 pm

    The link for The Teacher is not working!! I’ve been wanting to read it sooo badly

    • March 20, 2018 at 3:30 am

      I’m sorry Marie. I will try to hunt it down and repost

      • Elaine
        April 12, 2018 at 12:22 am

        I miss The Teacher, too.

  25. Lydia
    February 21, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    Please, I would love to have the opportunity to read The illustrated teacher in any shape or form again. It was therapeutic and exciting. Do bring it back, please!

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