Partner Swap: A Collection of Swinging and Swapping Stories
Have you ever looked at another couple and wondered, what if...? Partner Swap delves into the lives of lovers who dare to take the next step...
Belle De Nuit by Viva Jones
Belle De Nuit is a darker tale about the mysterious Kara, who meets businessman Brad in a chic hotel bar. Assuming she’s a hooker, he pays for a night of wild sex in front of the mirror opposite the bed in her suite there. Little does he know what’s behind the reflection, however, and that his business plans are about to go dramatically wrong …
One Item or Fewer by Elizabeth Coldwell
Honor and Owen fantasise about wife-sharing, and their friend Rob is the object of Honor’s desires. When he throws a Midsummer party where the dress code is “one garment only”, the couple realise this is their chance to show Rob everything Honor has to offer him, and finally make that fantasy a reality.
Date Night by Mary Borsellino
When newlyweds Amanda and Mark’s regular date night is gate-crashed by two of their more worldly friends, they prove that they can give as good as they get.
My Old Dress by Gary Philpott
Susie and Carol go back a long way – when they were young they spent many a wild night out “on the pull” together. So when Carol brings her new boyfriend, Rob, to meet Susie and her husband Nigel, the girls have a lot of catching up to do. Then Carol asks Susie if she still has her old red “slut” dress, and things start to hot up. And when Susie puts it on to show the boys, things get a whole lot hotter.
Party Favour by Fierce Dolan
Wushu Master Aja has no need for fear, though bringing herself close to submission is a delicious taunt – just to be near it, to see what it’s like, to see if it’s even possible. When she indulges her ideal fantasy as group bottom at her favourite scening engagement, can she handle total submission? Will she get more than she bargains for when she’s finally blindfolded and bound? Cody knows what he craves despite that she’s unattainable. Sating his lust in other ways, he resigns himself to guilty pleasures that change his perspective of sex and relationships forever.
Forgotten Desires by Tony Haynes
On revisiting their old university – in order to attend a reunion event – Sara and Marcus end up with more than they bargained for when they bump into Alice and Luke.
Knowing that Alice always had a bit of thing for Marcus, and having shared an intimate moment with Luke (the very evening she first got together with her husband), forgotten desires begin to stir deep within Sara.A chance late-night encounter in the campus grounds gives all four the opportunity to explore their pent up passions.
One Way Swap by Alex Jordaine
Christine willingly lets her voyeuristic husband Peter watch her having sex with strangers. He views the steamy action through a one-way mirror and masturbates. The couple greatly enjoy playing out this kinky surrogate ritual, which they’ve come to crave like a powerful drug. And Christine simply loves to give Peter something really worth watching. She always puts on as good a show as possible for him. But you never know for sure how it’ll go with one-night stands. After all, it takes two to tango, as they say. Sometimes it takes more than two ...
Deeds of Mercy by Giselle Renarde
Mercedes’ romantic world has grown into a man-eating monstrosity! She really does love her fiancé, Anwar, so why does she keep prostituting herself to Simon? It isn’t that she needs the money. Well, OK, the money’s nice and it gives her a cheap thrill every time she adds Sex-with-Simon cash to the Wedding-with-Anwar fund, but it’s not like she’s living at subsistence level. She doesn’t need it. But she likes it. She enjoys the naughty thrill of prostituting herself to her married ex-lover while her husband-to-be remains oblivious.
Pattie and Annette by Penelope Friday
One girl is good, but two are wonderful. John knows he’s lucky having Pattie in his life, but having Annette as well is the ultimate fantasy. And it looks like fantasies can come true ...
Coming Home by Dee Jaye
Rachel has been waiting for her boyfriend to return from working away but his plane has been delayed. That evening her new flatmate brings her own boyfriend and his sister home to learn lines for a play. Rachel falls instantly in lust with him. When they are caught having sex her flatmate tells her she’s gay. As it’s Rachel’s birthday the flatmate and two visitors give her a present which introduces her to a number of sexual acts. The last of these provides her with a big surprise.
The Couple with the Dragon Tattoo by Giselle Renarde
Marva and Gerry consider themselves a pretty boring couple. They know why they’re so besotted with their new friends, Vijee and Lilliana, a pair of polyamorous pansexual BDSM enthusiasts, but why on earth does this lesbian couple want to spend time with a pair of dull heterosexuals? When the women offer to show Marva and Gerry the dragon tattoo that spans both their bodies, will they find an escape from monogamy is also an escape from monotony?
Intrigued by Sommer Marsden
You don’t screw with a good friendship--not the kind where everyone gets along. But when beautiful Dana McClearly suggests that maybe Daniel and Eileen step their friendship up a notch, Eileen is all ears. Dana suggests a little switch-up on traditional friendship, so to speak. The plan is simple. They meet at a venue as couples and during the intermission, take a quick break to experience the other’s spouse, then they leave as they came. As couples. Eileen has seen the way that her husband looks at Dana, and who can blame him. But what Eileen is really wondering is what will it be like to be with Andrew. Something she’s secretly wondered before. But now she gets to find out ...
Quay Party by Courtney James
Mia’s best friend, Jacqui, always has to go one better at everything, so it’s no surprise when Mia learns her latest boyfriend not only owns a restaurant, he has his own boat, too. When Mia and her boyfriend, Ray, are invited to spend the weekend on board the “Lusty Lady”, they have no idea their stay will turn into an orgy of seduction and voyeurism.
Like a Moth to a Flame by Elizabeth Black
Amelia took Peter as her lover but there was one obstacle in her way – Peter’s wife. She wanted to make his wife her own at the opening of the Celestial Gallery Of Fine Arts that evening. Little did Peter and his wife know that Amelia soul was very old. She fed on blood as well as fine food and Benedictine. Once Amelia set foot in that gallery she would claim Peter’s wife as her own, and she knew the woman would be unable to resist her. His wife would be like a moth to a flame.
Kicks by Landon Dixon
He found her standing out in the rain, fuming that her husband had neglected to pick her up, yet again. He was willing to give her a ride – anywhere she wanted. She wanted the alley. She wanted him to fuck her. It’s never that easy, though, not when there’s an angry husband out gunning for you.
Tied Up In Knots by Antonia Adams
When Will wakes up to find he is naked and tied to his own bed, with no memory of getting there, he suspects it’s his jealous girlfriend’s idea of revenge. Earlier he let it slip that he quite fancied her best friend. He also remembers her saying her favourite fantasy is to tie him up, but what else does she have in store for him? Quite a lot it seems!
Rocking it Old School by Lynn Lake
Hailey Logan had been playing with Eugene and Myron in a garage band – The X-urbanites – for two months now, and it was obvious to the music-serious 18-year-old they were going nowhere. The two boys were more interested in getting into her pants than getting any better, or any gigs. Hailey knew she didn’t have the diva-licious good looks of a Mariah Carey or Faith Hill – she was more punk than princess – but she had the drive and ambition, and a pretty good set of pipes. All she needed were the right men to help guide her along.
Good Neighbours by Angel Propps
When Lisa and Chrissie meet their new neighbours, Jo and Marie, the foursome do not swap casseroles as a “welcome to the neighbourhood” gift, they swap partners and some very interesting toys. It gives the term Love Thy Neighbour a whole new meaning!
That Girl! by Landon Dixon
‘Fitz called her the hottest jazz baby of them all. And Dot Parker said she didn’t have “That”, she had “Those” – upstairs and down.’ She was Sara Button, wild child star of silent cinema, back in the day when America was on the greatest, gaudiest spree in its history. There’d always been rumours about Sara and the 1927 college football team known as the “Howlin’ Pack”. And one intrepid journalist was out to find out once and for all, before it was too late, if those rumours were true; by tracking down and interviewing the last surviving member of that fabled football team.
Alive by Clarice Clique
The world has ended. Somehow, through luck or fate, Mara and Daniel have survived. All they have is each other. In the harsh landscape that now surrounds them, they find comfort and solace in each other’s embrace. But then they hear a message on the radio they salvaged. There are other survivors. They begin the long arduous journey to find them, unsure how their journey will end, yet knowing they have no choice but to search for these people. In Scotland they discover a group who freely share their bodies. Mara and Daniel are forced to question how far they’ll go to fit in with the last remnants of society.