Saturday, June 21, 2014




His Books:

The Alph-bet 
(Christy Cross #1)

Christy Cross is gorgeous, athletic, a college student, a black belt in Taekwondo, and works at a coffee shop. Christy is sexually frustrated. Christy had one sexual encounter in her life - as a senior in high school. The experience went so wrong that she has abstained from sex for years - until now.
One of Christy's problems is her drinking - she drinks a lot. In a drunken stupor with a friend in a bar, she made a bet. Christy takes making bets seriously, and will go to any length to win one. Any length.

She made a bet that she could screw her way through the alphabet - and she has the summer to complete it. From A-Z. As if this weren't difficult enough, she has to do it in alphabetical order. She is able to use first or last names to check a letter off the list, but she must have sex to do so.

What happens is not what she or anyone else expects. Armed with her back pack of necessities, she works her way from one letter to the next, trying to make her way to "Z". Christy quickly finds that she is an alpha-female, she has an insatiable desire to have sex, and she doesn't take any sh*t from anyone, male or female. Her alpha-female escapades get her into a lot of situations that other females can only dream about, sexually speaking. Along the way, she encounters the police, hipsters, druggies, other college students, Asian gangsters, asshats, assh*les, bikers, and some new friends.

This romp, after the seventh chapter, is one sex scene in almost every other chapter. It, again, is not for the meek.. This is a very funny, somewhat graphic, and always entertaining novel. It is laugh-out-loud funny, not in parts - in whole. It is erotica, fiction, and humorous. it is funny (to some) The sex is descriptive, raw, and unreal. If you enjoyed Beats Hard Rock Harlets, and Strings you'll love this read. If you liked Unattainable, Aching to Exhale, or Viper's run, you may not like this. If you are easily offended, do not read this book. If you are not easily offended, read it at your own risk.

It is entertaining. Very. If you have a sense of humor, and aren't sexually offended.


The Alpha-Bet

From time to time, a book comes along, and makes you stop. It makes you stop and second guess who you are, what you’re doing in life, with life, and for the ones you love. This is that book. Through colorfully painted characters, “Broken People” forces the reader to reflect on self. There will be a broken part of you in one (or all) of these characters, guaranteed.

The Fat Kid is a self-proclaimed therapist who devotes his life to help people that have difficulties helping themselves, people he considers to be ‘broken’. When he encounters a bulimic teenage girl through his internet blog who threatens to commit suicide, he begins to reflect on parts of his life that he has spent years repressing. He continues to assist her, and many other ‘Broken People’ through his blog. When he meets an extremely independent teenage girl who challenges him, his way of living, and his way of viewing life, he reluctantly listens. In doing so he challenges his past mistakes, his future, and ultimately he finds himself.

Intentionally becoming obese in an effort to shield himself from the approach of outsiders wanting to better understand him, The Fat Kid hides behind his thick outer self. With an overbearing obnoxious attitude, he allows few people to enter his otherwise private life. Most of the people that he encounters come from his internet blog, and pose no real threat to him or to his odd lifestyle.

Through his reflections on past experiences and his online assistance to others, we are exposed to alcoholism, addiction, drugs, racism, relationships, homosexuality, love, romance, teen relationships, parenting, teen sex, codependency, divorce, obesity, overworked parents, teen pregnancy, bulimia, bathroom selfies, tattoos, parenting, education, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and photo sharing are all discussed at length. The result is a book that will have you laughing, crying, contemplating your own life, and the lives of your parents and/or children. A must read for parents and children alike, regardless of age. It gives teens and young adults an honest look at what parents consider, and provides parents with a realistic view of what teens are exposed to in today’s competitive social networking world
(The Eric Ead Trilogy)
 This is the first book in a series of three in the life of Erik Ead. Erik is a psychiatrist. He rides a motorcycle in a Motorcycle Club. He is tattooed. He is confident to the point of perceived arrogance.

Erik does not believe in love and he doesn’t live in a mansion -he rides a motorcycle in a MC. He does not have an airplane. Erik is extremely confident, real, and knows what he wants. He wants a woman to submit; with no commitment for love. Erik will settle for nothing less than owning Kelli.

Kelli is a college graduate scheduled to go to a university at the end of the summer. She meets Erik, who is older than she is. Immediately she is intrigued by him. Kelli has never been in a relationship at all. Kelli has spent her life being promiscuous, and using men for sex. Kelli, after meeting Erik, wants to do nothing but please him. Kelli doesn’t quite understand why, and waits on Erik to explain to her why she is the way she is, and what to do next .

"Love isn't real. Love is what people say to you so they can keep fucking you. So they can keep your interest. I don't want lies. I want my ass slapped, my hair pulled, and treated like a little whore." – Kelli with an “I”

When these two begin to spend time together, things begin to change; personalities, interests, and the need for affection. What happens is something that must be experienced by the reader. This book is, again, not watered down. This book has tremendous depth to those that are looking to find it. It will, upon completion, allow you into the minds, hearts, and heads of people as they develop a D/s relationship.

Again, if you have always wondered about what a Dominant/submissive relationship is all about – less the airplanes, mansions, and billions, read Baby Girl. It’s real, it’s raw, and it’s got the hottest, steamiest real sex you can imagine.

Plan on being up all night!!

Baby Girl

(The Eric Ead Trilogy #2) 
Kelli and Erik continue with the story of their lives, their relationship, and their expectations of each other.

In this book, the second of three, we see the exposure of these two characters, as well as the other characters of Book I, to life...

This Book is different than Book I in that it is more of the living, and less 'thinking'.

Someone steals from the motorcycle club, and Erik begins to question loyalties, life, trust, and his exposure to people - the few he lets in his in his life.

These questions leave him seeking answers. Kelli sees changes in Erik and takes advantage of her opportunity.

This is what everyone wished for in Book I and did not get to read. Erik and Kelli 'doing', and less 'thinking'.

Prepare for a ride like no other, this book takes us on a journey through the lives of many, primarily Erik and Kelli.

Teddy, Heather, A-Train and the Bone are a few of the other characters that we are exposed to in this book

Baby Girl II

(The Eric Ead Trilogy #2.5) 
This book is book 2.5 in the Baby Girl books of the Erik Ead Series.

Everyone has a past, and Erik Ead is no exception. This book is about Erik's sexual past.

Kelli and Heather have stumbled onto Erik's diary. Erik now sits at the fireplace contemplating his past, present love for Kelli, and where his relationship with Kelli will be headed in the future.

Erik's diary has been a place for him to compile all of his information regarding sexual experiences from the beginning.

This supplement is a novella intended to be read between book 2 and book 3.

Be forewarned, this book is full of sex from Erik's past.

 Baby Girl 2.5
(The Eric Ead Trilogy #3) 

Book 4 of 4
Kelli has developed into a woman that Erik cherishes, loves, and adores. He still, however, requires that she submit sexually and completely.

Erik has developed into a man that Kelli loves, respects, and wishes to please.

In this last of the four book series, Kelli's father becomes ill. Erik and Kelli each struggle with the imminent death of her father, and how to handle the loss of the only parent between them.

As the book progresses, so do they. Their true colors begin to show, and they become more of what each other may not necessarily expect.

What they do become is real. 

WARNING: This book contains scenes of abuse. They are descriptive, heartbreaking, and may cause you to feel certain emotions. If you're incapable of reading about a woman that recovers from an abusive relationship, don't read this book. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

Kace Meadows lives in Austin, Texas. Now 26, she has been in an abusive relationship since she was sixteen years old. As abusive as it is, she can’t seem to find a way to allow herself to end it. With her abusive boyfriend, she can’t seem to win.

Shane Dekkar is an unknown, undefeated, and somewhat shy boxer from Compton California. After the death of his grandfather, he moves to Austin and meets Kace by happenstance as she and her boyfriend are in an argument in public. He is drawn to her, and she to him.

When he meets her again two years later, he begins to believe in fate. But, as he prepares for a potential shot at a championship fight, there’s not time in his life or career for a woman.

Shane fights his inner demons by using his fists. On the street or in the ring, Shane does what he does best, he wins at any cost. Unlike Kace, Shane can’t seem to lose.

Undefeated is an extremely romantic erotica novel about fighting. Fighting for what you believe in. Fighting for life. Fighting to live.

And fighting to find love in the most unlikely places.

Be prepared to be moved, touched, stand up and cheer, and cry your eyes out. This book will, without a doubt, knock you unconscious.

CAUTION: Graphic sexual content. This book contains fighting scenes that are descriptive. Additionally, it contains graphic scenes of street fighting that may be perceived as unnecessarily violent. Lastly, the abuse scenes in this book are descriptive, realistic, and emotional.
☆☆ Undefeated (Book 1, Shane and Kace) ☆☆
UNDEFEATED playlist that Author Hildreth created while writing this novel. 
Author Scott Hildreth's Inspiration for Writing Undefeated
My inspiration to write Undefeated, and the hope that it may inspire someone to get out of an abusive relationship, came from the events described below. The events below are true. The events in the book are not. The book is one hundred percent fiction.
One weekend, I had a girl get in touch with me that I had never met. She had received my telephone number from a friend of a friend. Frantic, she attempted to speak to me initially, but each time she tried, she was overcome with emotion.
This emotion filled silence continued for almost an hour, and then we then actually began to communicate, albeit slowly, and one-sided. I learned through the conversation (that lasted almost eight hours) that she was bound by her husband, and gang raped by his friends. This happened for a few days. Against, if I even need to state this, her will. She was in and out of consciousness for two days. Eventually, she was released. In shock and extremely poor health, she contacted me from a remote hotel room.
I struggled with this event, and how to handle it. I struggled with this more than I have struggled with almost anything in my life. Vengeance. At what point does one administer justice to someone that the courts will undoubtedly not punish properly? The punishment for this particular crime, regardless of what was imposed by the court, would not be sufficient for the crime committed.
I chose at the time to speak to another close female friend about the event, and get her opinion.
Although I could not speak to my friend about the person, the events, or the intimacies of the above mentioned conversation, we spoke for some time in general about God, about law and about the difference between what is right and what is wrong. I shared with her my thoughts of feeling a need to resolve this issue with the caller’s husband on my own. When the smoke cleared, I sat in a coffee shop and thought. I made a decision. “Put up again thy sword into his place; for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”  I decided, for once in my life, that it was not my responsibility to resolve this issue. I contacted the authorities, called in a few favors from some friends in law enforcement, and the issue was dealt with in a manner in accordance with law.
My female friend, as always, proved extremely useful in her ability to convey her understanding of the message of God in a manner that I could listen to and accept. I have always struggled with attempting to do what is right (in my mind), and hoped that it was what was right in God’s eyes. I do not know that these things always were in line with one another.
Until now.
And now, a year later, the person from the incident above?
She is well. As well as she can be, considering all things. She is fortunate.
I struggle - still today - with thoughts of vengeance.
My struggle brought me to this.
I hope you enjoy.
 Mike Ripton "Ripp" is witty, covered in muscle, rides a motorcycle, and drives a 1969 Chevelle. he's tattooed, and has 4 piercings on his cock. He has never been in love, nor has he ever been in an actual relationship. He does relationships, 'just not for that long'. He boxes professionally, and fights bare knuckles matches in the 'hood' for cash. Ripp is a take me or leave me type of alpha male that won't change for anyone.

When he meets the 'most beautiful woman in the word' one day in the bar, a local prominent attorney, he decides she'll be his next 'victim'. Little does he realize that he just might be hers. She eagerly admits she's attracted to one type of male, and one type only. Bad Boy. Alpha. Tattooed. And. Dominant.

As long as she's in a relationship.

But Ripp doesn't do relationships.....

Unstoppable is steamy. The type that fanning yourself wont fix. It's got alpha males. Fighting. Tattoos. Muscles. And above all, it's got Mike Ripton

☆☆ Unstoppable (Book 2, Ripp and Vee) ☆☆

 Book 2 of 2 in Mike Ripton's story. Yes, HEA, no cliffhanger. Written in a manner that can allow the reader to enjoy this book as a stand alone steamy fighter erotica. **WARNING** 18 and over only.

Tattooed, muscular, boxing, motorcycle riding bad boy Mike Ripton is a fighter who loves two things, Fucking, and fighting. He's a champion at both. One small problem, the latter has him in a court battle facing a murder charge.

As Mike prepares to face trial for murder, his attorney prepares to do the one thing she does in a courtroom, win. Vivian Simon is tough in her battling what she believes is right. And this case, deep in her heart of hearts, she believes she's right.

The Hero in this book is tough, but the heroine just might be tougher, in the courtroom, that is.

Prepare for the unexpected. Prepare for a battle not only in the courtroom, but in the lives of all involved. This book wraps up the story of Mike and Vee, and does so in a manner that will leave you satisfied.

Is it what you'll expect? It never is when Mike Ripton's involved.

Warning, strong sexual content, mature reader's only.


☆☆ Unleashed (Book 3, Extended Ripp and Vee!) ☆☆

If I couldn’t stand up for myself , I needed to stand up for Bug. I grabbed a towel that hung from the ropes, wiped my mouth, and stood up. I turned my phone screen to face me and pressed the mute button, making the phone operational. “Babe?” I said as I wiped the side of my mouth with the towel. “Yes, Michael. Are you okay?” she asked. “Sorry, babe. Yeah, I’m fine. I was just trying to find something. I found it, I’m okay,” I said softly. “What was it?” she asked. I looked into the trash can but I didn’t immediately respond . I had found what I was looking for. Courage. And I found it.

I have somewhat of an old school approach to life. I enjoy listening to music, riding motorcycles, talking to people, reading, and writing. I do not watch television or drink alcohol. The majority of my time is spend researching materials or interviewing people regarding what I am writing about. My preference is writing a story that makes an impact on the reader. An impact that causes them to sit and think when they are finished with the book. To have someone finish a book and say, "Great book..." is fantastic. To have someone finish a book and say, "This book made such an impact on me that I immediately read it again, it changed my life.." is what I strive for. My novel, Broken People, is just that book.
I will never forget the first time I actually felt as if I had helped someone resolve an issue in their life. I was in middle school. It started then, and has continued throughout my entire life. I have always made myself available to talk to people and resolve (or attempt to resolve) issues that they struggle with.
Having an exceptional ability to communicate has always been a gift of mine, and I have enjoyed doing so. Telling stories has always been second nature to me. Writing has been a passion of mine since I was a child. I have written poetry, romance, self-help, addiction, alcoholism, codependency, technical, and satire. There isn't a genre or a topic that I feel more comfortable with. I enjoy writing about whatever it is that I feel passionate about at the time.

Being open-minded and often seeing abusive relationships unfold, I have always been passionate about abuse, or the prevention of it. My main focus has always been people that are incapable of helping themselves, primarily women, children, and the elderly. I have talked to hundreds of women that were in abusive relationships, and assisted many of them in removing themselves from these relationships.
I try to focus in my writings to develop a story that makes people stop and think. To look at a subject or subjects from a different point of view. If I am able to get my point across, and make the subject entertaining to the reader, I feel that I have met my objective. I feel that I have tremendous depth as a person, and have had some great experiences in my life. To date, what life has offered me has been nothing short of spectacular. My opinions, point of views, and perspectives on matters are just that; an opinion. There isn't necessarily a right or wrong in what I write, but more of a belief. I always believe in what I am writing, and I further believe that the reader may benefit from viewing it from the written perspective.
I hope that you enjoy reading what I have written as much as I enjoy writing it. Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than knowing a reader enjoyed something I have written. Considering that, please take time to leave a book review if you have read something I have written.
"Stay Human"
Scott Hildreth

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