Monday, November 23, 2015

New Book: Her High-Heeled Solution

As we wait for the sequel to Grounded in Heels, which I am working hard to finish before Christmas, I've released another book! Her High-Heeled Solution
Here's what it's about:

John’s wife Suzie wrongly thinks she’s caught her husband having an affair. With the help of a friend, she comes up with an ingenious way to guarantee that John will never have another affair: she locks him into a pair of high heels. This simple solution goes wrong, however, as husband and wife both try to outwit each other. Soon events are spinning out of control. What’s more, standing in the middle of all of this is Crystal, Suzie’s best friend, who is having a grand time manipulating them both to make sure John gets slowly feminized.

For Mature Audiences Only. This 34,000 word story includes female domination, forced feminization, spanking, erotic humiliation, pegging, and so much more.

Here is where you can buy it:

Amazon Kindle

I hope you all enjoy it!


Anonymous said...

Will you ever write a mother-son or aunt-nephew story? Mostly seem to be husband-wife?

Ann Michelle said...

Those are problematic in many ways, especially with Amazon. That said, Grounded in Heels is about a stepmother/stepson. I'm working on Grounded II right now. I've been debating how to write an aunt-nephew story because I know those are another staple of the genre, but I don't have specific plans on that yet. I am thinking about a story involving a businessman who hands his business to his niece and things blow up.

Anonymous said...

I don't think Amazon got a problem with mother-son stories? There are so many on Amazon.

Ann Michelle said...

Amazon is inconsistent. Sometimes they care, sometimes they don't. At various points, they go through what is being offered and ban any book that suggests incest or even pseudo-incest. The last time, they yanked over a thousand books that I was aware of. My own book, Grounded in Heels has been banned four separate times. Each time I had to walk it back further to get it published again.

Amazon also warns that if you get too many books banned, they will ban your entire account. They don't say how many is too many, but that's a huge risk to face.

Anonymous said...

You are right Ann, I remember Domina Dixons Dominated Stepfather being banned and it hasn't returned, luckily I had already bought it. I have most of your books and did wonder what the problems were that you have often referred to with regards to Grounded in Heels as I bought it post edit, was it originally a very different book to that currently on offer?.

I am looking forward to reading this new title and I am always a sucker for workplace stories especially those involving power transfer so your idea about the businessman and his niece sounds great.


Anonymous said...

Well, I'm sorry but I didn't mean to suggest incest lol =P

I just meant a story where the mother or aunt is the one behind the feminization for whatever reason.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait for the sequel, grounded in heels was awesome, though now I wonder if I have a watered down version, either way though, still awesome.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, now I'm wondering as well, is it possible to get this extended version somehow?

Ann Michelle said...

Anon, I'm not suggesting incest either... Amazon is. That's the problem. The original Grounded had no sexual contact in it between Diane and Sam or Sam and his mother. It was all about feminization as revenge, not as sex between siblings. But Amazon decided it was too close to incest or underage sex (they were never clear what bothered them). That's why I needed to make sure to write "step" before every single mention of "sister, son, brother, mother." I also needed to make it clear repeatedly that they are all of legal age. And even then, it was banned a couple more times before I finally removed almost all of the "sexual" words.

Amazon has at several times in recent years removed thousands of books that they felt were either too close to incest or involved underage sex. Many of those books had nothing to do with either, but still got banned because something about them triggered Amazon's computers to decide they violated Amazon's policies. Other books strangely survived. I suspect they used a computer to decide what to ban and it got confused.

In any event, that is the problem I face with Grounded.

That said, Grounded 2 is about to publish! :)

In terms of an extended version, there isn't one sadly. Basically though, the changes were more along the lines of changing words or removing specific words rather than chopping out story.

Ann Michelle said...

Thanks Marie! I think it will be a very exciting story! :)

I remember Domina's book being banned. It's too bad because that was an amazing book -- very hot. But again, there was zero sexual contact in it, but Amazon decided to ban it nevertheless.

Anonymous said...

Maybe use Lulu instead? ;)