The steamy side of life calls to Delphyne DeRouge. "I've spent much of my writing life focusing on the American Civil War," she says. "Stories of sexual antics behind the battle scenes need to be told! My Lord, those boys were a randy bunch. With all the pain and tragedy of that conflict, who can blame them for seeking their pleasure where and when they could find it?"
Through her alter-ego, Madame Estelle—the madam of a Civil War-era brothel in Washington, D.C.—Delphyne delights in penning risqué tales of the temptresses who provided a lusty outlet for the soldiers in blue and gray. This has led to her critically-acclaimed series, The Women of Maison D'Estelle, published by Amber Quill Press..
Steeped in rich detail, Delphyne's historical writing seduces the reader, compelling her audience to join her in the racy past. A prime example is her erotica short story, Call To Loving Arms, an Amber Quill Press release, which has won rave reviews and the Golden Rose Award.
Recently, Delphyne decided to widen her scope to include contemporary material. "I realized there was no sense limiting myself to one historical period," she explains. "There're just too many titillating modern tales to tell. I plan a series of sizzling short stories focusing on today's world…each with my own 'special touch.' And Amber Quill Press has agreed to publish them all!"
Look for Delphyne's historical and contemporary fiction to be released throughout the upcoming months. By the way, she loves to hear from her readers. Feel free to email her at: email@example.com. Visit her timeless, amorous world at www.maisondestelle.com.