I put a free story up on my site under Free Story on the menu. It’s soft and sweet, and I think just about everyone will enjoy it. It’s one of my earlier stories. It’s not long, so it’ll be easy to read in one sitting, but it is a complete story. I’d love for you to read it and let me know what you think!
I’ve got a new book out! It’s in the “hotwife” genre, but it’s a different take on it that you’re going to love! I challenge some notions and assumptions that are typical in the genre and the results are starting to speak for themselves:
“This story was just breathtaking. Leslie is an amazing woman and I found this both incredibly sexy and surprisingly instructional. How she can be so dominant while somehow submissive at the same time is mind-blowingly erotic.”
“The plot was amazing and the fact that Aleson wrote it from the man’s perspective, made it seem like Leslie was teaching you.”
“Perhaps the most instructive and credible story in this genre from a woman’s genuine point of view, particularly in regard to the way she enjoys being made love to by a man. Male readers should take notes while reading this story.”
“It doesn’t matter who or what you’re into… you should read this.”
“Finally! Men please read this. Please.”
And of course: “Great story, and fun to read.”
Here’s the Amazon link, but I’m going to be switching to UBLs so that you can click a single link to find it at your favorite store whether it’s Amazon or Apple.
I am just over the moon with the review of my first book!
Christine: Courtship by Aleson Alexander (transgender romance)
Aleson Alexander is a fresh new voice on the romance and erotica scene, an author with a passion for characters and a flair for relationships who I am excited to read more of!
Christine: Courtship is just an altogether lovely story, the very definition of a slow-burn, friends-to-lovers romance. It is, as the title suggests, a prolonged courtship that begins with weeks of simple conversations, occasionally over dinner (Dutch, not a date), but mostly over the phone. If that sounds too tame or too boring for you, trust me it is not. That dialogue is funny and witty and heartfelt and engaging, and it reveals so much about Christine and Alex.
As their story progresses, we do get a few actual dates, with the pivotal moment coming once she finally accepts an invitation back to Alex’s place for a movie and some wine. We already know Christine has secrets, and we already can sense she has been hurt before, but the depth of her fear and loneliness . . . well, it is as shocking as it is heartbreaking.
I cannot remember the last time I felt for a character like I did for Christine, but the way in which Alex coaxes her back from a breakdown, and the ways in which they begin to reconnect after bearing all, is beautiful. Since the fact of a sequel, Christine: Love, already promises that breakdown is not an end, I will allow myself to say this – the glee, the joy, the happiness, and the love of the final scenes still have me smiling a day after.
Reviewed by Sally
Christine: Love, chapter 2 of Christine and Alex’s story is available now. It continues the story right where we left off with Christine dragging Alex to the bedroom. An incredible evening spent leads to the morning after, and finds Christine afraid. Now that she’s opened herself to Alex, will he accept her as she truly is, or will she experience the horror of her last attempt to find love? Join our couple as they discover more about each other, and begin to understand both love and pain. Available on Amazon, Smashwords, and others.
The Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson giveaway went well, I think. 22 copies were downloaded. Hopefully, people like the story and post reviews (please post reviews). I did get a few email questions about it, so I’ll take a moment and answer them.
Cat’s Tale is not a short, quick, get-your-rocks-off porn fix. Don’t get me wrong. There is and will be an immense amount of sex it in, some of it pretty exotic. There will be pre-op/non-op transwomen, as well as those who’ve gone all the way through the process. You’ll have gay men, transmen, lesbians, bisexuals, genderqueer and fluid, as well as polyamory. Crossdressing, watersports, fisting, hucows, group sex, BDSM, femdom, exhibitionism, sissies, pet play, suspension, outdoor sex, bukkake, driving sex, throat fucking, elevator sex, lactation, enormous cocks, tiny cunts, horror sex, feminization, toys, sex machines, and so much else. There’s stuff in it that I don’t know what to call it and I came up with it! In fact, I think the only things you won’t see are children, scat, vomit, animals, and mutilation, though animals will be mentioned once or twice in passing. While I’m not opposed to writing it, there won’t be incest, though again, it will be mentioned. There won’t be futas (because they’re imaginary and this is a story set in the real world), but there is a pre-op transwoman who’s so well endowed that she might as well be a futa.
Cat herself is very deep and extremely complicated. It’ll take a while before you learn much about her, and even longer to really understand her motivations, why she does what she does, and why she does it in the way that she does. Even then, you’ll still see her grow and change throughout the story. Jason starts simpler, but he grows and changes as well. There will be other significant characters and they too will grow and change.
Cat’s Tale is long. It’s 125+K words and it’s not finished. I get that you may not be looking for a super lengthy tale when you just want some quick in the pants action. While there are some scenes that will definitely make you reach for your favorite lubricant (or a partner), there’s also romance, drama, pain, difficult choices, misunderstandings, humor, conflict, character development, social issues, physical violence, and love. I hope you appreciate those things and choose to follow and stay with it all the way through.
There will be liberties taken with transgender (MtF, specifically) biology. Trust me, I know the realities, but it’s a story and in many stories, there are characters that are unique or special in some way. Especially in epic stories, which if for no other reason than length, this is.
I do hope that you enjoy and appreciate it. If you’d like to take a look at it, you can find it on Amazon. It’s free on KindleUnlimited. Here’s a link to the page: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y5677N4/
Starting at Midnight PST, I’ll be giving away free copies of Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson on Amazon for 24 hours. All I ask in exchange is that you leave a fair and honest review at Amazon after you read it. You can find it at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y5677N4/
Pick up a free copy and let me know what you think!
My inspiration for stories (the vast majority of which I’ve yet to publish, but I’m working on it) comes from a number of different places. I think the most common place is dreams. I barely remember my dreams. Just flashes of images, or snippets of sound. My waking mind tries to put these together in some sort of coherent fashion, but most of it is missing, so it extrapolates to fill in the gaps. This comes out of my mind and fingers as a story. There are other places it comes from as well. Sometimes I’ll look in the mirror and think about the person that I always wanted to be (Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson ). I might look into that same mirror and reflect back on the path of my life and choices I’ve made to see the person that I might have been (Christine: Courtship). Sometimes, it’s a close friend telling me about a secret desire (Futa Birthday Surprise). The newest one is a combination of factors. In this case, I was taking a break from editing Christine: Love and looking back at some old story ideas and test scenes that I’d written. Then, I read Sally Bend’s take on Indiana Jones/Lara Croft that’s amusing, erotic and wholly entertaining – Futanari Moans and the Mummy’s Hand (Job). Finally, I noticed that my first book sold was actually my second book published: Futa Birthday Surprise. And in Germany, oddly enough. The combination of those three produced a new story. Now, I just have to write it. It should debut right after Christine: Love comes out. I’m sure you’ll love it.