Former journalist Yvette Noire has turned her hand to writing erotic fiction, releasing two new books, Wanna Play and the more explicit version of the same story in the form of Erotic Games and Misdemeanours.
Yvette has long been fascinated with erotic fiction, having explored the world of adult fantasies and contemporary sexual behaviour through countless interviews with people from all walks of life.
Yvette also provides a personalised erotic fiction writing service, which has allowed her to better understand the secret desires people keep well-hidden but are desperate to indulge.
What she's discovered is the voracious appetite we all have for an array of predilections and activities, provided these are consensual and reciprocated.
Yvette has come to believe everyone has a wild side that is often only explored when the right circumstances arise. Her fiction creates characters and situations ripe for such discoveries — emotionally, sexually and psychologically.
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Yvette Noire is a professional writer whose erotic short fiction has enthralled private fans for years, mostly through her service writing personalised fiction.
Open-minded and sexually permissive, Yvette is a world traveller who’s as comfortable in a hard core German sex club as she is at an LA swingers’ party, and everything in between.
Yvette first turned to writing erotic fiction for personal entertainment, sharing it exclusively with her broad inner circle.
This led to private readings for groups of women attending hen’s nights and other ‘girly’ entertainment, their feedback informing Yvette’s writing style, ideas and scenarios.
A common complaint shared was the frustration often felt with the predictable story lines and flimsy plots twists in romance novels, designed to take readers from one superficial erotic encounter to the next.
Armed with this information, Yvette decided to challenge herself to genuinely explore sexuality in all its forms, to understand what drove peoples' desires and sexual fantasies.
She did this primarily through interviews with hundreds of people who were willing to be candid about their experiences and interests.
This included speaking with sex workers (and their clients), strippers / erotic performers, sex party aficionados, swingers, BDSM proponents and the LGBTQI community.
These conversations gave context to Yvette’s fiction, allowing her work to explore the way our desires can shape sexual leanings as well as our relationships, for good and for ill.
Now based in Australia, Yvette relishes every opportunity to take fantasies, desires and sexual indulgences to their natural conclusion through her writing.
Her style is sassy and sexually-liberated, merging the realms of fantasy and sex play seamlessly as she takes her characters to illicit highs and lows.
Yvette believes we all play games but it’s the sexual ones we savour most.
Her fiction leaves readers gasping for more, satisfying them in unimaginable ways as the debauched escapades she shares increase in voracity as the plot thickens.
Yvette’s goal is to rock the world of erotic literature to its very foundation, bringing new levels of sophistication to existing themes and introducing fresh ways to indulge sexual fantasies safely and provocatively.
Yvette publishes books that vary in the level of graphic sexual detail, catering to the different tastes her male and female readers seem to prefer.