Francesca St. Claire was born on a ship in the middle of the Indian Ocean. She believes this unique event set the scene for an exciting life of romance and adventure, basic ingredients for her sexy short stories.
After experiencing life in six different countries, she's currently living in southern Europe with her husband, their three daughters, and a thirteen year old cocker spaniel.
Olga Korbut (the famous Olympic gymnast from the seventies) once said she never competed for the medals but for the adoration of the crowds.
With her third published title, Francesca also hopes to captivate and excite her readers with her stories, and to have their support for years to come.Login to subscribe to Francesca St. Claire updates
Francesca St. Claire
Why does every woman need a bit of erotic fiction in their lives?
I’d say primarily to try meeting unmet needs.
I believe no matter how sexually fulfilled one is there’s always room for improvement, and to me no literature does the job better than erotic fiction!
Because it encompasses so many sub-genres—historical, science fiction, westerns, etc.—there’s no problem finding the right setting to play out one’s fantasies. You can be rolling in the hay with a gorgeous cowboy one day, lifting your skirt for a nineteenth century duke the next, or even take a trip through time and space and have hot sex with an extra-terrestrial.
Ultimately, I think women should read erotic fiction because it’s fun. Everyday life is filled with series issues, a few hours relief is a good thing in my book.
Stephen is a new tenant in Samantha’s building, and there are serious sparks upon first meeting. But Samantha is determined to follow her rule of never dating a neighbor…until she can no lon...
With plenty of verbal foreplay and some pretty arousing fantasies voiced by Samantha, this is a steamy short read that will set your heart beating a quick tattoo. By the time they finally manag...
Quick and sexy was Francesca St. Claire's Arousing Past...The sex was stimulating and well written. Melissa and Joe ignited the pages as they came together. Arousing Past demonstrated that ...
A good read and Arousing ... look forward to the next one!