Arla Dahl

Arla Dahl is a lover and avid reader of all things sexy and suspenseful. A New Yorker, born and bred, she is forever fascinated by the varied cultures of her city but the close and heady feel of a moody late night jazz club is her favorite part of living in NY. When Arla’s muse goes stealth, she spends her time trying recipes from exotic locales, with rich flavors and provocative scents that tempt and tease and satisfy.

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Author Biography

  • “Whereas men are overwhelmed by the strong pulsations of the body, women remain free to bestow a wider meaning to the corporeal elements of the erotic.”*
    • F. Gonzalez-Crussi, pathologist, educator. “The Conditions for Seduction, According to an Old Chinese Text,” On the Nature of Things Erotic, Harcourt Brace (1988).

Many eyebrows are raised when people first learn that an author writes erotica. I find that moment, whether of intrigue or discomfort, amusing, since we are all sexual beings and, well, sex sells … so it is clearly a subject of interest to many.

I write about sex. But since what I write is erotic and not pornographic, my stories are not only about sex… or “the strong pulsations of the body”.

Porn is about the act. Erotica is about the people who engage in the act.

“The erotic does not end in spastic contractions and reflex discharges; it transcends them, to reach into the ethereal realms of memory and feeling, like a note that reverberates long after the string has pulsated.” -F. Gonzalez-Crussi

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Books by Arla Dahl

The Watchman (Immoral Virtue Book 3)

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He yielded to the proud tears of an accused witch and now The Watchman must submit to the governor’s examination, lest the devil’s mark be new upon his own flesh. Though the touch of another man’s hands reminds the watchman of a brutal past, it is only a witch who cannot be aroused...and so The Watchman must yield in body and mind.

The Accused (Immoral Virtue Book 2)

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A witch marked by the devil cannot feel, no matter how gently caressed, no matter how deeply probed. And so the accused submit,eager to have their innocence proven, their senses aroused, their passions explored. When one resists, her fate is sealed. And any who stand in her defense will stand among… THE ACCUSED

The Mark (Immoral Virtue)

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Accused of witchcraft, she must strip for the masses and prove herself unmarked by the beast. Though she willingly submits to her governor's thorough examination, she is ill-prepared for his shameful grueling probe for it permits him to see and test her every inch and every hollow.