Feature Author: Rosie Bitts

Yes, you’re correct…if you follow my blog, you know that Rosie is my wife. But that doesn’t change the fact she is also an author. Besides having published the first three parts of a historical erotic romance pirate adventure serial (The Lady Corsairs), she also co-wrote her multiple award-winning one woman play, The Fabulous Miss Rosie Bitts, and is in the midst of writing a second she will be debuting in September. After seeing her play at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival in 2011, a reviewer called her the world’s first quadruple threat–actor, singer, dancer AND burlesque performer. Add author to the list, and you can change that to quintuple.

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Author photo courtesy of JoAnn Way Photography www.joannway.smugmug.com
Author photo courtesy of JoAnn Way Photography http://www.joannway.smugmug.com

 

Rosie Bitts is a burlesque diva, chanteuse, impresario and sex in heels. When you’re known as the “Libido of Burlesque”, writing erotica is the next logical step.

 

Rosie is a performer, producer, keynote speaker, and writer of her multiple award-winning one woman play, “The Fabulous Miss Rosie Bitts”. She was named a “Notable Canadian Woman” by the National Post, and award-winning author Cherie Priest called her “…the real deal and the whole package.” She has performed all over North America, is the founder of Best Bitts Productions, and is excited to be sharing her sexy with the world through literature.

Find Rosie on Facebook, Twitter, and on her site.

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Rosie’s Books

TheInvitation(1)THE INVITATION (The Lady Corsairs Part 1)

Margot’s life as a handmaid has been hard, sometimes even dangerous, but it was never adventurous until the night she met Anna, the Marquess of Denholm.

Anna is beautiful, fearless, and sometimes a bit reckless. Margot admires these attributes–they are part of what makes her feel things for the marquess she has never felt for another woman–but she never expected to live that way herself.

And the last thing she expected to do was dine with the most notorious pirate in the Mediterranean.

Captain William Bonney is handsome and dangerous, an adventure waiting to happen. Innocent Margot thinks the corsair’s invitation is merely for a friendly dinner, but with wanton Anna and lusty Billy the Bone at the table, could there be more than dinner on the menu?

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THE HANDMAID (The Lady Corsairs Part 2)TheHandmaid1

The adventures of Anna and Margot–the Lady Corsairs–continue.

After being left behind on a pirate ship filled with cut-throat corsairs, Margot has only the handsome and dangerous Billy the Bone to turn to for help and protection. But at what price will his protection come? With hundreds of miles of the Mediterranean Sea separating Margot from the life she once knew, it seems a journey across the sea isn’t the only journey the handmaid is set to take.

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ThePiratesTHE PIRATES (The Lady Corsairs Part 3)

The adventures of Anna and Margot–the Lady Corsairs–continue.

After rival pirates attack Billy the Bone’s ship, Margot and Anna find themselves awash in danger…and in need of satisfaction to put out the fires of excitement.

But will they find it with each other or amongst the lustful members of the crew?

Part action, part adventure, all erotic…The Lady Corsairs.

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Or buy them all together:

THE LADY CORSAIRS VOLUME 1 (Parts 1-3)

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A (Mostly) PG Excerpt from The Pirates (The Lady Corsairs Part 3)

 

 

Margot lost herself in the pirate captain’s lips, in the memory of Gaston’s embrace, thoughts of Anna. They all stirred her to this action. Her tongue brushed Billy’s lips like her fingers a second before and he caught the tip of it, sucked it gently. The sound of it made her forget about blood and death and the awfulness of the fight.

 

She released herself into the comfort of Billy’s mouth and found his kisses gentle, not demanding. He stroked her hair—free of its bindings and hanging loosely around her shoulders—and rubbed her back, gently massaging the tenseness from her muscles. The captain’s compassion and tenderness overwhelmed her emotions again and a sob built in her throat, catching her breath in her chest. Captain Billy took his lips from hers and pressed her head against his shoulder.

 

Shh.”

 

He stroked her hair, brushed his fingers over her cheek. After a moment, he slid his arms beneath her and lifted her with ease, then placed her lightly on the bed. Perched on the edge of the mattress beside her, he kissed her forehead, the drying tears on her cheeks. He lifted her hands to his lips and kissed where the blood of the man she’d slain had been.

 

Through a blur of threatening tears, Margot watched him kiss the back of her hand, then each knuckle of her fingers, and she couldn’t believe a pirate she watched so brutally defending his ship and crew could be so tender and kind. Her tears ceased, leaving behind the need to use the captain’s tenderness and caring to erase from her mind the horrors she’d seen, the thing she’d done.

 

Margot pulled the captain down to her, kissing his lips passionately, and placed his hand on the front of her shirt. With expert fingers, he undid the buttons while trailing kisses down her chin and neck to her collar-bone. She inhaled a shuddering sigh, clearing the last of the ugliness from her chest and beginning to feel not just comfort in the touch of his lips, but pleasure, too.

 

The final button on Margot’s shirt popped open and the captain leaned back.

 

You are so beautiful. Trés belle. Do you have any idea how beautiful you are?”

 

 

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