The Nice Girls at Oysters and Chocolate

March 11  |  Book Publications, Web & Magazine Publications  |   Kay Jaybee

It’s been quite a week for me, with two good reviews, and other bits and pieces of good news, which I will reveal to you just as soon as I can… I’m very conscious that you good folk have been putting up with me banging on about The Perfect Submissive– and I thank you for your patience (and your purchases!)

Today though, I’m taking time to tell you a little bit about the wonderful Oysters and Chocolate.

As those of you who have been reading my erotica for a while will know, my writing career began on that very site. I have been an ardent fan and steady contributor to them ever since my first poem, Regrets, was published back in Sept 2005!!


Regrets, I’ve had a few.

Most of them to do with you.

I should have shagged you on the floor.

In the kitchen; against a door.

I could have pressed you to a mirror,

And seen your sweat marks shine and shimmer.

Watched you spill your creamy come,

Across my tits, my face, my bum.

I was too refined to dare to ask,

If you would like an anal blast.

And how I wish I hadn’t been,

So refined, so frightfully clean.

Although it was smashing, sexy, great,

I so regret that it’s too late.

If you’ve never ventured onto Oysters pages, then I urge you to do so. Catering for every genre, be it Straight (Vanilla), Kinky (Dirty Martini), Bondage/Submission (Liquorice Whips), Lesbian (Oysters), or Gay (Banana Split); I promise you’ll find something to tickle your fancy.

Alongside the incredible list of smouldering stories, there is erotic poetry, an incredibly inspiring picture gallery, articles, reviews and sexual advice from the one and only Dr Dick.

Nice Girls; Naughty Sex  the second anthology to be offered by Jordan and Sam, (O&C editors supreme), has recently been released. Their first anthology, Erotica of Every Flavor, was a terrific hit, and if you missed it, then get that order placed!

I don’t feel I can actually review Nice Girls, as I have a piece (Corset) in its Liquorice Whips section, and so it wouldn’t be right. I can tell you however, that some of the best in the business are hiding within the pages, that it doesn’t contain a single disappointing story, that the retro cover is gorgeous, and that it is a very satisfying book to simply hold, let alone read!

While I’m here, singing O&C praises, I must thank Jordan and Sam personally. They have been very kind to me over the years, and despite the fact that I’ve never met Jordan, and have only met Sam and her fabulous husband once, (during the regrettable fork incident -I’ll tell you if you ask!), they are now dear friends. As such, I was blown away to be mentioned in the acknowledgments page of their new book.

Thanks for everything guys. xx

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8 Responses to The Nice Girls at Oysters and Chocolate

  1. Dear Kay, I’m truly moved by this entry. Thank you so much for being such an awesome friend, writer, and colleague in this smutty fun workplace. Kisses, Jordan

  2. Justine Elyot says:

    Go on then – “regrettable fork incident”?

    • Kay Jaybee says:

      The Fork!! – About 2 yrs ago I met Sam and her lovely husband in Covent Garden. I was so nervous! She was the first writer I’d ever met, and I’d done so much for Oysters, that I felt I knew her, even though I didn’t.
      Anyway- my clumsiness is famous- I’m always walking into stuff, knocking drinks over, breaking china etc. I even joked about it at the time.
      We went to a v posh Indian restaurant- while we were there Sam gave me a beautiful Coca De Mer bag containing a satin blindfold and a huge O&C t-shirt. I popped the bag by my feet and we ordered food etc.
      I had some cutlery, but no fork; I asked for a new one, and we had our lovely meal.

      When I got home, I not only had a blindfold and a shirt, but a solid steel fork!! I’d knocked it into my bag without realising it.
      The girls have been teasing me about it ever since!
      Not a juicy story- but very very me!! xx

      • Justine Elyot says:

        LOL! I would have done the same. Only this morning I got to the supermarket checkout to find I had NO PURSE – argh. It turned out to be in the laundry basket (wtf?). I think I may be your twin in that respect :D.

  3. Joanna W says:

    Ahhh… I was reading your story in Oysters and Chocolate recently Kay… phwoar

    Jo xx