Colorado GOP candidate in state recall election also writes "erotic romance"



Her stuff on Amazon just looks to be average bodice rippers, with rather tame covers. h/t Taegan.

A Colorado Springs author vying to represent the GOP in a fall recall election of Democratic Senate President John Morse has drawn ire from some constituents for her hot-and-heavy prose.

For much of the past decade, Jaxine Bubis has written novels under the pseudonym "Jaxine Daniels," and in one of her pieces describes herself as a "grammy who writes erotic romance."


In a statement to The Denver Post on Tuesday, Bubis acknowledged writing "Beantown Heat," an erotic novel published by eXtasy Books in 2004.

"Ten years ago, as a stay-at-home mother who was helping to contribute to support our family, I took creative writing classes," she said in the statement. "One project that resulted from those creative writing classes was a fiction romance novel.The novel had very limited publication (less than 50 copies) and I took it off the market as soon I contractually could, which was around eight years ago."

In her candidacy, Bubis has the endorsements of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners and some of the state's most conservative lawmakers, including Sen. Ted Harvey, of Highlands Ranch, and Colorado Springs Sens. Kent Lambert and Owen Hill. Dudley Brown, president of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, declined to comment for this article.

Hokay, this is more like it.


Just what the R's need, a sleezy cheesey slutty Granma.