B.B. Anderson was born in 1958, in Bromley, a borough of London, which is where H.G.Wells was born: a fact that both inspires and weighs heavily on him. He has had nine short stories published, six of which were published in the late and much lamented sex magazine, Forum. Sweet Sadist is his first novel. He has just completed another, which, alas, is not erotic, but he is soon to start a third novel, which is erotic. Along with modern erotic fiction, B.B. Anderson draws his inspiration from writers of the past, such as Anais Nin, Henry Miller, D.H.Lawrence, and the Marquis de Sade.
Freddie de Ford is a successful magazine editor, but something is still missing from his life until he meets Melanie Matthews. She is intelligent and sweet but also, shockingly, a fighter groupie – a woman turned on by men who fight other men. Freddie is drawn into Melanie’s increasingly perverse and violent world of illegal fighters and women who want them. Freddie will risk everything to satisfy them. (M/F+)