Sunday, March 29, 2015

Is An Indecent Awakening the dirtiest book I've ever written? Answer to win five Emily Tilton books!

An awesome contest, to get you to think about buying this filthy book! Here's the blurb:

When tall, handsome Ben Weathers catches eighteen-year-old Stacy Miller watching porn and touching herself, the shy girl is utterly mortified. But Ben feels no hesitation in informing her that he thinks he's the right man to punish her thoroughly for her disgraceful behavior, and Stacy soon finds herself over his knee for a painful and humiliating bare-bottom spanking.

Ben doesn't stop there, though. Seeing the way Stacy responds to his dominance, he decides to enlist the help of her naughty viewing habits in training her to please a man. From that point, he oversees her erotic education: she will visit his home twice a week, where she will submit to him completely. Though each meeting with Ben is more shameful and indecent than the last, Stacy soon realizes that Ben has begun to teach her to embrace her true erotic self and to find pleasures she never imagined. Week after week she returns to Ben's house for more.

When Ben decides that it's time for him and his friends to give Stacy her final lesson, though, will she turn her back on her indecent awakening?

Publisher’s Note: An Indecent Awakening is an erotic novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes including a threesome, anal play, exhibitionism, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

If you're intrigued and perhaps even, um, excited, click here to buy the book on Amazon!

The contest part is short and sweet. I thought it might be fun to get people talking about dirty books in general and my dirty books in particular, so…


To get a chance to win five free Emily Tilton books, all you have to do is fill out this form (click here)  and then comment on this post with your answer to one of these two questions: 1) "How dirty is An Indecent Awakening?" or 2) "What's the dirtiest book you've ever read, and why?"


I'll randomly choose one commenter to win five free books, two to win three free books, and three to win one free book! Tons of blazing hot books and tons of lucky winners!

The contest will close for entries at 11:59pm Eastern US time on Friday, 3 April. I'll announce the winners on Saturday, 4 April, and notify them via email.

28 comments:

  1. It's just not dirty, it's filthy and I love filthy books! I love the Sleeping Beauty trilogy by Anne Rice and the Badass Brats series by Sorcha Black, Cari Silverwood, and Leia Shaw

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    1. Yay! Sleeping Beauty is one of my very favorites—now I have to discover Badass Brats!

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  2. Emily, you are always naughty!!

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  3. This is by far the filthiest book Emily has ever written! Seriously!

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    1. <3 Melody! Thanks! You put a huge smile on my face.

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  4. I agree the Sleeping Beauty trilogy was the most beautiful and dirtiest set of books I have ever read. (Back before BDSM was cool, yo. About thirteen years now I know they were released many years prior...) I read your sample, Em, and as much as I wanted to dislike Ben and his darn morals, wow is he hot. I think this just might be your dirtiest yet! <3

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    1. Thanks, Addy!!! I had the strangest time writing him. He started out as nearly sociopathic, but he kept demanding to more sympathetic. :)

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  5. I loved the Sleeping Beauty Trilogy,As for filthy it depends, some is great and some lousy.

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    1. Oh, definitely! I suppose I'm asking, with regard to the more general question, What's the filthiest book you've ever loved? With regard to my own stuff, I won't presume!

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  7. *WEG* Well damn, the blurb certainly sounds filthy enough. I love the last part about Ben and his 'friends' giving Emily, oops - I mean Stacy, her final lesson. Teaching a submissive to accept multiple lovers is wickedly naughty...and filthy. I LOVE it.

    The filthiest book I've ever read is called 'The Romance of Lust', set in Victorian England and the author is Anonymous. That book has all kinds of couplings, MF, FFM, MM, MMF, FF, MMFM, etc, etc. The book is raunchy from the first page to the last page and it's surprisingly well written - 513 pages of pure, unadulterated smut.

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    1. "Romance of Lust" is so fascinating in the offhanded way the dirtiest things (incest, especially) are handled. It's a great candidate!

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  8. So many naughty books to choose from - but my 'go to' book when I want something extra twisty - Gamble Everything by Cari Waites. Can't wait to dive into Indecent Awakening!

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    1. Oooo! Must try that one! Thanks, Blueberry! :)

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  9. I'd pick Dirty Bad Wrong by Jade West... Hot and totally filthy. Emily your snippet is smoking hot... can't wait to read it!

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    1. Oh, great recommendation! Thanks, Michelle!

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  10. Hi Emily, I am pretty sure that your stories are some of the dirtiest I have ever read ;-)
    So, thanks for that :-)

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  11. Hey Emily, My wife and I really look forward to getting in bed and reading your stories together, We enjoy the different directions they go. Thank you for your dirty mind!

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    1. That puts a HUGE smile on my face, Gary! Thanks so much for telling me!

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  12. I love sleeping beauty too. So to see another author redo it and give it a dirty twist... This I definitely have to read now.

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    1. Enjoy! I aspire to be like Anne Rice, I have to say!

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  13. I don't actually believe I can label any one book that I've read to be any "dirtier" the the next. I have an extensive collection from mild to dark taboo, extreme. Now one of the first extremely naughty books that lets turned me out. Ann Rice's Sleeping Beauty the series, they still sit on my shelf in a place of honor.....haha

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    1. Fair enough, Cindy! It's really a silly question, in the end, I know—but it's the kind of thing I like to think about. :)

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  14. Different strokes for different folks. What one person consider's filthy another person may love it. I consider some of the so called dirty books wonderful. These books have disclaimers and warning not to buy if you find it offensive and some people read the warnings buy the book knowing that don't like it and then write A horrible review and then probably return the book for a refund.

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  15. Emily, ALL your books are dirty - that's why I love them!

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