Stories by Marcia Hooper

Eight-balled by Marcia Hooper

A college freshman finds herself at the hands of a serial rapist. She is tied to her own bed, threatened with rape or the rape of her two closest girl friends. Or is she? A story about video game technology run amok.

Anniversary by Marcia Hooper

On the eve of her twelfth wedding anniversary, which she is celebrating alone, Jeannie reminisces about her previous anniversaries. She does this while chatting with her husband on her laptop computer. Todd has left her an anniversary present on the form of a huge black dildo, which presently has Jeannie very uncomfortable. Enjoy her reminisces. [MMF] [Swing]

Unfair Trade by Marcia Hooper

Krystal has an unwelcome night visitor.

Showing Off by Marcia Hooper

Kristi is a submissive who gets to entertain her boyfriend's four college buddies when they come to town. She should be awarded an Oscar for her performance.

The Truth of the Matter by Marcia Hooper

What happens when Jaimee is kidnapped by a deranged serial killer and has to make a life-saving decision... about someone else.

Orientation Day by Marcia Hooper

24 hours in the life of first cousins Rachael and Jennifer, who approach their life-long attraction to each other with caution, one step at a time. (Note: this story is more sensual than erotic)

Midnight Madness by Marcia Hooper

Kellie is again in a terrible pickle: She can't sit down. She can't move more than a few inches in any direction. Her eyes are blindfolded and her mouth is gagged. Something nine inches long and plated in gold inhabits a place usually reserved for something else.

Big Bang Theory by Marcia Hooper

Gerry discovers more than a meteorite when she tracks down a shooting star. Based on a sci-fi story written back in the thirties--I'm sure the author never invisioned his hero transforming into a heroine, and having sex and getting back her boyfriend while saving the world--this is my very favorite story.

The House Mother by Marcia Hooper

One night after a party, Lori Anne came home with her friends. They had been drinking and almost nailed by the cops. Her aunt May was home. Barely four years older than her errant niece, May is immediately dragged into Lori Anne and Keri's mess, and shares an experience none of them will ever forget.

Hapless by Marcia Hooper

The night Lacey had her clothes stripped off and was forced to perform humiliating acts before dozens of partygoers; she knew it was a bad night. How bad it would get surprised even her. Join our hapless young friend as she tries and fails to stay out of trouble.

The Crew by Marcia Hooper

Lacey is so miserable alone in the Philippines. No friends, a pig for a landlord, a boss who's worse and a cottage that's barely livable. One Saturday morning she is startled out of her self-pleasure by noises outside. Has she been seen through the open window? Did the landlord finally send the promised workers, only to catch her off guard? Read this ten-page short story to find out.

Acrophobia by Marcia Hooper

Romona has a fear of heights. Also a fear of enclosed spaces. Can you imagine her horror then, of boarding a scenic elevator going to the top of New York's third tallest building? Only Romona has no idea how bad her fear of heights can be. Nor what being trapped in an elevator with her amorous boyfriend can lead to. This afternoon she will find out. So will her fellow passengers. Join Romona on her four-page odyssey of phobia busting.

Jillian Saves the World by Marcia Hooper

Jillian and her friends had no clue what a mess they'd gotten themselves into with their moms. Then again, no one had EVER gotten into a mess like this. Follow Jill as she goes from being a very nervous schoolgirl, to savior of the world.

Discretion by Marcia Hooper

For months now, Denise has secretly had a crush on Jane Marsh. Jane has rebuffed her advances, however, letting Denise know she was straight. Then Denise discovers Jane with another woman. Is Denise upset? You bet she is! Confused? Even more so. Especially when she finds the "discovery" is not so accidental as she thought.