Past Contributor–C. Margery Kempe

C. Margery Kempe is the nom de plume of a writer of scorching hot erotic romance. Her first novel is the sexy spy thriller, Chastity Flame. Chastity is anything but chaste as she travels the globe in pursuit of criminals — until she meets the dishy Damien Michelet and discovers that he’s a man she can’t forget the instant she leaves the room. Coffee Time Romance gave it a full five cups, commenting that, “Ms. Kempe amazes me with her wonderful writing talent” while Whipped Cream says,

“Chastity Flame is full of sexual tension, and has a twist that I honestly was not expecting. The adventures in the storyline kept me coming back to read more, and I was quite satisfied with the ending. If you’re looking for a book that will keep you firmly in your seat, then this one is the one!”

Kempe writes a wide variety of stories, from the medieval to the modern, same sex and a few naughtier things like exhibitionism and spanking, too. What they all have in common is that they are joyfully explicit, full of romance but also passion with loving detail.

Want a freebie read? Try my library-themed sizzling shortie, “Stacks” in the All Romance eBooks newsletter, Wildfire.

Under her real name, Kempe also writes fiction, non-fiction, drama, humour and journalism (including a weekly column for BitchBuzz, the global women’s lifestyle network). She’s a tenured English professor who specialises in medieval literature and culture as well as New Media and film. If she’s not in London at the moment, no doubt she’s plotting a way to get back there. Just to make things even more interesting, she also writes (non-explicit) romance as Kit Marlowe (phew!).

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Responses

  1. I have to say that I love your pen name. Seriously love it. I makes me think of weeping, wailing, drama, and sex… or more accurately a lack of sex… So while I randomly stumbled on this site through WordPress tags, I have to say that I am very glad I did! Definitely going to put “Chastity Flame” on my Amazon Wish List as well as recommend your site to my other medieval lit loving/romance reading friends!

    • Excellent! I’m so sorry WP didn’t alert me to your comment. Yes, it makes me laugh, but I’m sure the original Margery would have done well as a sexy writer — she always struggled with that sin! :-)


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