Amanda Lynn

A Christmas Wish

One Christmas eve a young girl’s wish come true.

A Girl Named Charlie, 9 chapters  (see Chapter Links for descriptions)

Unexpected discoveries, unexpected encounters, and unexpected love between girls and women.

…And Debbie Makes Three

A companion story to My Cousin Nancy

The Holly and the Ivy, 5 chapters

Dealing with bitter disappointment, a young woman finds that fate has some lovely surprises in store for her.

Jeannie and the Bottle, 5 chapters

Women enjoying each other’s bodies, fulfilling their hottest fantasies… some of this happened in real life, but how much?

Lessons Learned, 4 chapters

Is Jessica’s beautiful blonde high school history teacher really flirting with her, or is she only imagining that?

Moonlight Desires, 2 parts

A teenage girl has an unusual fascination with the moon, a sexual obsession.

My Cousin Nancy

The surprise weekend getaway for two for her parents has ten-year-old Cassidy staying with her cousins where she gets a surprise of her own.

Piper’s Mom, 14 chapters  (see Chapter Links for descriptions)

Stephanie has a little girl called Piper, and Piper has a teenage babysitter named Amber. Soon the fun will begin.

Unaccompanied Minor, Book One, 6 chapters  (see Chapter Links for descriptions)

Spending Spring Break with her dad and his new family, 11-year-old Trish learns fun, new ways to spend her time with the help of her Step-sister.

Unaccompanied Minor, Book Two, 13 chapters  (see Chapter Links for descriptions)

School’s out and Trish is set for a summer full of steamy fun both at home and out west with Monica.


She was like a little sister; until she became more.

5 Comments on Amanda Lynn

  1. Danhy says:

    Hi A.L.
    I was Wondering if you might know why my wickr name is posted at the top of the stin touch page. (Dlishs) Looks like it’s being flagged or something. Just curious. Thanks

  2. Jennifer says:

    Have you ever written a story based on a reader’s fantasy?

    • Amanda Lynn says:

      Yes. A Girl Named Charlie is based on a story idea by one of our readers.
      (Edit: I believe it was your suggestion, Jennifer)

  3. Juan says:

    Hey Amanda Lynn I love your work. Can’t wait to read more.

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