Nexus Books

Nexus Books is a British imprint of Virgin Books, publishing sado-masochistic pornography written mostly for men who have sex with women, and women who have sex with men or women. Virgin's other erotica imprint, Black Lace, accepts only work by women and markets primarily to women. Virgin previously also published a male homosexual erotica line, Idol, and a lesbian erotica line, Sapphire.

Well-known Nexus authors

*Aran Ashe
*Penny Birch
*Cat Scarlett
*Yolanda Celbridge
*Arabella Knight
*Wendy Swanscombe
*Maria del Rey
*Aishling Morgan

External links

* [http://www.nexus-books.co.uk Nexus Books website]


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