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CD Reiss is a New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestseller. She still has to chop wood and carry water, which was buried in the fine print. Her lawyer is working it out with God but in the meantime, if you call and she doesn't pick up, she's at the well, hauling buckets.

Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere, but it did give her a big enough ego to try her hand at books.

She's been nicknamed the “Shakespeare of Smut,” which is flattering enough for her to put it in a bio, but embarrassing enough for her not to tell her husband, or he might think she's some sort of braggart who's too good to chop a cord of wood.

If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.




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14 Comments

  1. Sondrea says:

    On the homepage, the large banner near the top of the page says Silicon Valley Royalty and says to click for more info. But when it click there, it says page not found. If I go to Books, the books shown on the home page for Silicon Valley Royalty, are listed under American Royalty (which doesn’t seem as fitting given their tech backgrounds). So which series name is correct? The Silicon Valley Royalty shown on the home page, or American Royalty?

  2. a girl has no name says:

    Thank you C.D Reiss for the Forbidden Book Series. You are real. Your writing is flawless and not sugar-coated, i felt what your characters felt, i was once Fiona, a party girl, looking for the next high to drive the pain away, i had my Deacon, he gave me what I needed to deal with the pain of it all. Deacon is a beautiful soul, he used her, she needed him, he had control over her, he wasn’t jealous, he knew she had other lovers, he shared her, he used her as much as she used him, this book describes the haze i was in when i was with my Deacon (he is not mine anymore); a constant state of swirling emotions, pain and pleasure, snuffling out the pain with pleasure, and using men to drive the pain away when they thought they were using you, consenting to everything because you didn’t want extra scarring of non-consensual sex and sexual activity, getting aroused by people you didn’t even like because they were a means to an end, a release. Fooling yourself into thinking you were in control, when really you were spiraling rapidly down a rabbit hole. My Elliot was my lifeline, my Alpha, my Elliot, he was a lion who didn’t see me as a lamb but as a lioness, he saw me as strong, he didn’t see me as just a fucktoy, he saw me as better than i saw myself and he made me wish i had known him sooner, he made me wish all the bad stuff hadn’t happened, he made me wish all men were like him, he made me I wish i was innocent, he made me wish i was pure and worthy of his love, he accepted me and all my baggage, he loved me and taught me how to love myself. My Deacon kept me in a limbo, no better than i had been, he fed my appetite, he saw me no better than i saw myself, he did not value me, he enjoyed me and used me, i never wanted to admit to that before, but he did, he was my Master, and i was a willing whore.
    i’m married to my Elliot now and my heart is filled with so much love for him, sometimes i think it would explode.
    So thank you C.D Reiss for this book. You are the realest writer i have read in a long time.
    Don’t stop writing, you have a gift that should not be hidden. if i could give this book a 100 stars i would.

  3. Bridget Crepeau says:

    I just finished Secret Sins (what a mind blower) and I saw a Sacred Sins as the next book about Margie, but I can’t find it. Where can I order it? I prefer real books but will settle for ebook if I must.

    • C.D. Reiss says:

      Sorry this took so long to answer. Sacred Sins is being release chapter by chapter to people on my newsletter. You can get on it by clicking the SUBSCRIBE link above

  4. Barb Fetzer says:

    Do you think you’ll continue with Drazen siblings and write about Margie.

  5. LBrock says:

    I loved the Drazen books and what to read more about the siblings. I feel like there is even more to tell about on the characters that you already wrote about. I signed up for the newsletters to read Margie story and I am not getting to were I need to go to read the chapters.

  6. Mary Gonnerman says:

    I own everyone of your submission books with Jonathan and Monica. A new three book version was just shown on amazon with a bonus chapter with a convo between Jonathan and Monica that says it answers a lot of questions. Since I own the books, does it just automatically update to this version? Or do people have to purchase again?

  7. Mary Jo Dutcher says:

    I’ve been wanting to read your American Royalty series on my B&N NOOK. But, the B&N website only lists the paperback versions. Will those books ever become available for NOOK?

    • C.D. Reiss says:

      I’m sorry. They were on Nook for a few months but had so few sales it didn’t seem to be reaching readers.
      For the time being, I don’t have plans to put them on Nook.

  8. Shelley Alicz says:

    I read the Submission series before reading Secret Sins, so now I know more about Margie Drazen’s back story but would love to read what happened between the end of Secret Sins and where she is in life during the Submission series. Is there more to her story available? I signed up for the newsletter in hopes to receive the Sacred Sins chapters

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