Author has written 1 story for Phantom of the Opera.
I've made the move from fanfiction to trying out original fiction, and I recently finished my very first novelletta! It's an erotic, character-driven, little story that is strongly influenced by Phantom with some original characters thrown in to keep things interesting. It's XXX rated and has lots of murky moral ground – dubious consent, significant age difference, BDSM, voyeurism, exhibitionism – all things you've come to expect and love from me. Plus, I'm working on a prequel to it now!
Here's the link: Spying On the Billionaire and His Innocent Wife
For the moment, this does mean I've pulled all my fanfictions from the site. Your suport has been AMAZING over the years, and I know I wouldn't have finished anything if I hadn't had you all reading and giving me your feedback. My plan is to do a big edit and polish and re-publish them all on Amazon as e-books to try to give them a wider audience. Especially Teacher's Pet!
Stay tuned for updates!
– magicfingerrs (Now know as Nora Nilsson)
NB: Grr! For some reason, the link isn't working. In the meantime, please search for "Spying On the Billionaire and His Innocent Wife" by Nora Nilsson at Amazon, and you will find the rest there.
"I'm perfectly well aware that she likes me here on this couch, that it makes her feel safe. As long as she thinks I'm too ill to get up she can tell herself she has nothing to worry about. I'm beginning to realize just how much of a child she really is, how terrifyingly immature and vulnerable- even unstable. There's a fatal flaw running through her, like a hairline crack in a Ming dynasty vase, but that very imperfection makes me love her with even greater tenderness. I don't suppose for one moment that that boy is aware of the never-ending care she'll need. Whoever marries Christine is going to have to be prepared to play the father as well as the lover; if she lives to be eighty, she may never be more than a child at heart, a lost and frightened little girl bewildered by the demands of reality."
Phantom, Susan Kay