Wednesday, May 20, 2015

A Taste of Little Haven with Meredith O'Reilly on Wicked Wanton Wednesday

Welcome back to Meredith O’Reilly after a long hiatus from Wicked Wanton Wednesday.  Finally, Meredith has brought us a new AP story, and that’s not all, it’s in a collection with four other stories by some of your favorite authors in the genre: Normandie Alleman, Summer Graystone, Adaline Raine and Alex Reynolds.  Little Haven is quite a bundle, and for five books @ $9.99, quite a bargain!

We’ll start off with an excerpt from Daddy's Little Sweetheart Meredith’s contribution to the Little Haven Collection.  Here we go…


“Wow, you are soaked, baby. Does you telling me what to do… what to touch… turn you on?”

I shook my head.

“Hmm… I think that someone is lying. Admit it, Claire. This turns you on,” he said, one of his fingers diving into my channel.

I gasped at the feeling as my vaginal walls closed around his finger and squeezed, eliciting a groan from him.
“I…” He was right. I might be embarrassed about this, but it was hot to tell him to touch me in a certain place and have him do it. He was still in control, but I got to make some decisions too.

"Admit it, honey, and I’ll make you come like never before.”

“Okay! Telling you what to do… turns-me-on-a-lot.” I sped up the last part so it probably sounded all jumbled, but by the look on his face, he had heard me just fine.

“Good girl,” he said and pulled his finger out.

“Hey! I thought you said you would make me come like never before.”

“I did. All in good time, my sweetie.”


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Maddie’s Intimate Author’s Corner

Maddie:  Meredith, this is your first collaborative work.  What made you interested in a boxed set and how was that experience?

Meredith:  James came to me around Christmas time and asked if I would like to be the box set leader for an age play box set. I thought about it and agreed to do so. I wanted to do a box set because it was on my "author bucket list". Also, I heard that working on a box set could be a lot of fun, being able to collaborate with four different authors on all of our stories.
This was an eye opening experience for me. It definitely was not how I imagined it would be. With that being said, it was a great learning experience and I am glad that I got the chance to do it.

Maddie:  A bucket list while still in college, will wonders never cease.  LOL.  Little Haven is brand spanking new, so I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, can you give me the highlights of what the collection is about?

Meredith:  The collection is about five different couples who live in this gated community in Minnesota. Everyone who lives in the gated community is involved in an age play relationship or is interested in it. In each story, the reader gets to learn about a new couple and see how they grow and deal with bumps in their relationship.

Maddie:  Why a boxed set instead of a solo book for you.  You are already and established AP author, what did you get out of it personally?  Sharing royalties with 5 authors really takes a hit in the pocketbook, doesn’t it?  

Meredith:  First, I might be the only author to say this, but the royalties that I get don't really matter to me. Don't get me wrong, it's nice getting a paycheck. I'm saving up for a nice, new, shiny pair of braces for my teeth (LOL!) To me, the real reward is just getting my story published and having readers write reviews saying that they loved my story or what I should write about next.

From the box set, I got a really great learning experience out of it like I mentioned earlier. More importantly, I got a couple of great new friends. :-)

Maddie:  What else do you have planned?  Do you have plans in branching off into other genres beside AP?

Meredith:  I do! Don't get me wrong, I love age play and sometimes I'll be working on a story and I'll be thinking that I don't want any age play elements in it and suddenly I realized that my character has started calling her husband Daddy. Sometimes it just sneaks in like that. Yes, I have a couple of stories in mind where there will not be any age play elements in them.

Maddie:  Juggling full time school and writing must be tough.  How do you manage both?

Meredith:  Slowly! LOL! Going to school full time and writing is really tough. School comes first for me so, sadly, writing gets put on the back burner frequently. I wish that I could write more, but I know that when I graduate, I'll be able to go to work during the day and then come home and write at night.

With that being said, I'll freely admit that there were some days when I was at school, and I was super bored because I was learning boring information like the history of toothbrushes and toothpastes, etc. So, I'd open up my iPad and work on my latest story in class or go on Facebook and promote other authors.

I always thought that I was doing that on the sly, but a couple of my friends came up to me after class one day and they were like, we always see you laughing when you open up your iPad, what were you looking at or working on? That was fun explaining. (No I did not actually tell them what I was working on or looking at.)

Maddie:  As long as you didn't miss something important from those lectures, like how to clean teeth.  <snicker>  What does the rest of 2015 look like for you?

Meredith:  I've had this one story that I've been working on for over two years now. It's a gay shifter BDSM romance story and I'm going to try and finish editing that and get it off to the publishers. I also have this spanking romance mafia story that I'm working on. I'm hoping to finish that this summer. I'm really excited for both. I think that my shifter story is by far my hottest story that I've written. My mafia story is the most gut wrenching story that I've ever written. I wrote the last scene for it and I was sobbing while writing it. So, I can't wait to see what readers think of it.

 After that, I'm not sure. I can tell you that I have about half a dozen stories floating around in my head, but I'm not sure which one I'll start writing next.

Author Bio:

Meredith O’Reilly is a rather new author. She still can’t believe that she has had three stories published. As of right now, she is currently only writing age play stories, however she is trying to branch out and find another genre of stories to write for.

In her spare time, Meredith goes to school, watches a little too much Netflix, and experiments with learning how to cook new things in the kitchen. Mostly she tries to balance her life between school work and author work. That’s a task that is easier said than done, most times.

You can contact Meredith from one of these links!

Little Haven Blurb

Tucked in among the lakes and snowy woods of Minnesota, the tiny community of Little Haven is a place where couples who engage in age play are welcomed. Among its inhabitants are five women—Angela, Claire, Kara, Bailey, and Tabitha—each of whom has a man she knows as her loving daddy.

Little Haven features five brand-new titles from five excellent erotic romance authors. This collection includes:

Daddy’s Little Angela, by Alex Reynolds

Even though her own daddy is always more than ready to spank her bare bottom when she is naughty, Angela sometimes can’t help feeling superior to the other women in Little Haven, particularly the ones who act the youngest. But her daddy will not tolerate her being mean to others, and after she makes fun of another girl and hurts her feelings badly, he decides that some very thorough, embarrassing discipline is needed. Angela will be spanked, bathed, made to wear baby clothes, and treated like a very little girl until her daddy is sure that she has learned her lesson.

Daddy’s Little Sweetheart, by Meredith O’Reilly

Claire’s life is exactly the way she wants it to be. During the week she’s an adult with a full-time job, and on the weekends Jensen is her daddy and she’s his little girl, free to relax, play with toys, and cuddle in his arms. But when Claire starts missing meals routinely and coming home from work more stressed than he’s ever seen her, Jensen knows that something needs to change, and he decides that Claire needs more than just a weekend as a little. Will Claire trust her daddy’s judgment, or will she spend the next ten days with a very sore bottom?

Brody’s Little Brat, by Adaline Raine

When life starts to get out of hand for Kara, her boyfriend, Brody, decides that it is time for him to take charge. She needs a firm but compassionate daddy, and he loves her more than enough to give her exactly what she needs. From now on he will be ready to spank her soundly when her rebellious behavior warrants it, build her up when she is down on herself, and even take her to the town doctor for an exam when she is ill. Kara blossoms under Brody’s tender care, but can she really trust that her daddy will always be there for her?

Bailey’s Little Adventure, by Summer Graystone

Bailey loves role-playing as daddy’s naughty little girl, and nothing is more fun than dressing like a teen and bratting her husband, who is always ready to punish her properly before pleasuring her more than she would have thought possible. When she discovers that he would like to tie her up so that she is completely vulnerable and at his mercy, she trusts him to keep her safe, even when he pushes her past her comfort zone. But when she makes a mistake in real life that disappoints her daddy, can she trust that he will be there for her no matter what?

Daddy Knows Best, by Normandie Alleman

Career woman Tabitha is less than excited when her boyfriend, Neal, insists that she take a break from her high-stress job in Chicago and move with him to Little Haven. Despite her initial disdain for the town, Tabitha eventually begins to find a place for herself in her new community, and Neal’s increasing dominance in the bedroom leaves her longing for more. But she’s been keeping an important secret from him about her job back in the city. When he discovers the truth, will it tear them apart or will Neal be able to forgive his little girl?

Publisher’s Note: Little Haven contains spankings, sexual scenes, age play, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

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