Girl Talk
Cassidy Storm


Autumn is stuck in a rut. She’s been on many first dates but is beginning to wonder if she’ll ever experience happiness — or a second date, for that matter.

When she gets a new phone, she receives a call from an “Unknown Number.” The person’s first words are, “So. You were going to tell me how wet you are.” Autumn is stunned — because the caller happens to be a woman.

Over the next few months, the mysterious calls continue, and the “girl talk” gets more and more personal.

But Autumn is straight . . . isn’t she?

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Introducing Cassidy Storm

  I’m a longtime reader of romance, erotica, sci-fi and horror. I’ve aspired to become an author and have been working toward this for a few years. My first goal for 2018 was to actually make it happen, and with a few sixteen-hour days, my goal is within reach! My first release is slated for Valentines Day 2018 and my second one is anticipated to happen on MLB Opening Day (go Marlins!)

  Other than my sister, who is my best friend in the world, my family doesn’t know I write–manuscripts of Girl Talk and especially, Team Mom would probably not be well-received at Easter Brunch. Same holds true with the “day-job” profession I’m in–so I keep those circles at arm’s length when it comes to my writing.

  When I’m not writing, I enjoy playing board and card games–the real, physical ones. Although my sister Allison and I do play Words With Friends and I even let her win a few. I also like to cook, often prompted by seeing something delicious posted on social media. I’m deathly afraid of heights and won’t go near the railing at the mall, but I’ve actually jumped out of an airplane. So go figure.

  I look forward to taking my readers on a journey!

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Self-spot for “Girl Talk”

My book is called Girl Talk, and it’s a F/F erotic romance of approximately 35,000 words. This was written from a “writing prompt,” which consisted mostly of the “wrong number dial” dialogue in the teaser. My original intent was for this to be a much shorter (and much more explicit) story, for the purposes of having material to share with my growing reader base while I complete my March release, Team Mom. However, the two main characters–Autumn and her “wrong number dialer”–sprang to life as I continued writing them, and their tale simply could not be told in a 12,000 word short.

I also wanted to clarify that although the story’s early premise is of a wrong number dialer who continues to call the main character, while herself remaining somewhat anonymous, it’s not a “creepy” or “stalker-ish” tale–although the writing prompt could certainly have gone that way. Readers should find this to be a light-hearted–and at times funny–romance between two young women.

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