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What telltale signs had he seen? #8Sunday #MFRWAuthor #Polyamory

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share an 8 to 10 sentence snippet of their writing on Sunday.  Be sure to visit other participants at http://www.wewriwa.com/  and read and comment on their #8sunday posts.

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We’re continuing with a little backlist love. A few weeks ago we featured The Diary, which introduced Kate’s younger sister, Luci, as the diarist who sent her older sister on an erotic wild goose chase. Luci soon demanded her own story, and Writing Skin was the result.

Today’s ten sentences are taken from the erotic novel Luci writes during the book, “Watching.”

EXCERPT

Edie stared out the window of her north side apartment through the Monet raindrops trying to get her bearings. Her lover of three years had just told her that morning of a long held fantasy—he wanted to watch her make love to another woman.

Hugging herself, Edie thought she should be more shocked or offended. She’d never been with a woman. It wasn’t that she hadn’t thought about it or even had the opportunity; one of her best friends was bi and had talked openly about a liaison more than once, but she hadn’t been ready to take that leap.

How did Jake know she’d been having night time dreams about Angela lately? Had she talked in her sleep? Had he been watching her that closely? What telltale signs had he seen? More than one morning she’d awakened with aching, sticky loins

BLURB

What would it be like to be romanced by not one but two potential partners, simultaneously? Luci Parker has finally achieved the career of her dreams as an erotica author – but the only romance in her life these days is in the books she writes. Long attracted to both men and women, Luci despairs of ever finding just one person to settle down with.

Owners of a South Side Chicago bookstore, Chai and Frank Ferguson eagerly devour Luci’s books as fast as she can write them, and now they wonder if she might be the woman they’ve been looking for.

Frank is deeply in love with Chai but knows she’ll never be complete without a woman to love as well. Can he match the passion of not one but two exquisite and complicated women at the same time? Will Luci even want him? And if Chai truly falls in love with Luci, will there be room for him?

All three characters in this intense erotic love story wrestle with the meaning of love, lust and commitment as they struggle to find themselves—and each other.

BUY LINKS

Writing Skin is available in print in the two-volume series, The Diary, or solo as an e-book:

    

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You Have Lots of Potential #MWTease #Menage #eXbdd

Welcome to MidWeek Tease, where authors share tempting snippets to tide you over till the weekend. A huge shout out to author Angelica Dawson for hosting our blog hop every week!

We’re thrilled Extasy Books is re-releasing our Meghan’s Playhouse series, which has been unavailable for over four years. When we started writing Book One, Seducing Cat, we simply planned an erotic romp and set about creating a scenario that would bring two women and one man together for some hot ménage scenes. But those three characters insisted on having more meaning, and it wasn’t long before we had a series outlined. Seducing Cat earned five stars at The TBR Pile, and Book Two, A Woman for Zachary, was just released last Friday.

It’s New York! Broadway beckons, but Meg has more fun keeping an erotic triangle going with her current flame, Zach Cullen, and her drama coach, Josie Patrice.

A Woman for Zachary

Meghan’s Playhouse, Book Two

Erotic Romance Ménage

eXtasy Books

August 4, 2017

Four Flames:

Explicit Sex, MF, FF;

Ménage, FFM, FMF;

Sex toys

 

 

EXCERPT

“I’m leaving tomorrow for a couple weeks.” Zach eyed Josie as if she’d just agreed to watch out for his interests while he was gone. “I trust you, Josie. I know Meg is in good hands with you. If there’s anyone in the theater world who can develop raw talent into a star, it’s you.”

Josie flushed under his rare attempt at flattery. She knew he respected her work, but he seldom tried to voice it. At last she nodded. “I do my best. Meg has the innate talent, but she’ll have to want to work very hard to develop it. What I offer can do little if she doesn’t have the desire.”

“I know. I think she does.” His shoulders slumped a little. “But she can be flighty.” He gave her an awkward smile. “Guess that may be a factor of age—or maybe it’s simply part of being female.”

“You,” Josie said, rapping her fist against his firm chest.

He grabbed her wrist. “Sometimes I think you’re as much of a spitfire as she is. Anyhow, I have to go. I’ll leave Meg in your capable hands.” Zach narrowed his eyes. “Let me know if she strays. I’m not about to tolerate that. I’ll let her go when I’m ready.”

Yanking her hand out of his grasp, Josie retreated a step. “I will not be your spy. If she wants to fuck every man and woman in New York, that’s her business. And if she does, I’ll never tell.”

Laughter rumbled from Zach’s diaphragm. “It always amazes me how you women stick together. And I don’t believe even our Meg can do the entire population of New York City in two weeks. So long. Have fun.”

Josie fumed as Zach turned away and headed for the foyer. She let him go. She had nothing to gain by pursuing him.

She turned back toward the stage.

Damn, did he only see her as some sort of surrogate mother? And Zach’s ego aside, she highly doubted Meg had remained faithful during his many forays across the country. Most likely faithfulness had never even crossed the mind of the free-spirited Meg Keenan. Josie might not know her as well as Zach did, but in some ways, perhaps, she knew her better. After all, they were both women.

She let her gaze slide over the young woman, appraising her afresh. Even in jeans and a loose sweater, Meg exuded sex. Her ass curved so seductively. Her breasts bobbed ever so slightly as she moved across the stage. Her smile must light up lovers as well as audiences.

“Yes,” Josie murmured to herself. “You have lots of potential.” Josie’s hands warmed as she allowed herself to briefly imagine learning the curves of the young woman’s body.

Her breath caught in her windpipe. Zach was leaving Meg in her good hands. She shut her eyes and opened them slowly. Maybe she should show Zach just how faithful his young sprite could be—that knowledge might save him considerable pain down the road.

BLURB

Zachary Cullen has ignored Josette Patrice’s overtures for years, but she agrees to take on his latest protégé-slash-arm-candy Meghan Keenan in her off-Broadway workshop theater. Though the girl has incredible talent, Josie would stake her reputation on that little thing being a switch-hitter, like herself, and she doesn’t want Zach to be duped. Josie sets out to seduce Meg and expose her for what she is, but all bets are off when Meg turns the tables on Josie to hook her up with Zach.

BUY LINK

http://www.extasybooks.com/a-woman-for-zachary/

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…not a man to be toyed with #MWTease #MFRWAuthor #Ménage

Welcome to MidWeek Tease, where authors share tempting snippets to tide you over till the weekend. A huge shout out to author Angelica Dawson for hosting our blog hop every week!

We’re smack in the middle of Double Trouble – two back-to-back erotic romance ménage releases at eXtasy Books, one last Sunday and one this coming Friday. Here are the opening lines from A Woman for Zachary (Meghan’s Playhouse Book Two)

EXCERPT

“Your latest protégé does show promise, Zach.” Josette Patrice focused on the group of actors rehearsing onstage and avoided looking at Zachary Cullen as they stood shoulder to shoulder in the back of the small, semi-darkened playhouse.

“Hmm.”

Josie smiled. Was he pondering Meghan Keenan’s thespian talents, or her bedroom talents? Josie was certain the petite twenty-one-year-old would excel in both venues.

Not for the first time, Josie wondered why the highly successful fifty-something entrepreneur invested so much time and money trying to find the next Broadway star. Was it his ego, his desire to take young struggling actresses and help them make their way to New York City—specifically, to her?  Or was it the side benefit of sex with gorgeous young women that kept Zach on the lookout for talent as he traveled from one business interest to the next? Meghan was the third young woman he’d brought her over the past ten years.

“She seems more wooden, less natural than when I first saw her in that little community playhouse back in Wisconsin,” Zach said, breaking the silence.

Lost in her own thoughts, Josie startled at the gravelly sound of Zach’s deep voice. It was that slow, strong drawl that had appealed to her since the first time they’d met. That, and his burning eyes that seemed capable of peering into her soul.

Josie wet her lips watching the stage lights bounce off the girl’s auburn hair, as if setting her afire. Had Meg been caught up in Zach’s vision for her, or in his nearly overwhelming air of masculinity? She had to admit his broad shoulders and tapered hips triggered her own lusty imagination. Damn. She hated the fact that she had difficulty ignoring his manliness, and he never even looked at her as a woman. Apparently, he only saw her as a conduit for helping his protégés advance their careers.

Josie squared her shoulders. At forty-three, she was hardly over the hill. She’d had her share of lovers. Given Zach’s lack of interest, she’d flaunted her female lovers before him. She felt her nipples pebble—maybe that had been a mistake. Zachary Cullen was not a man to be toyed with. Certainly he must know by now that she wasn’t simply into women. Evidently he didn’t give a whit about her sexual appetites.

It’s New York! Broadway beckons, but Meg has more fun keeping an erotic triangle going with her current flame, Zach Cullen, and her drama coach, Josie Patrice.

A Woman for Zachary

Meghan’s Playhouse, Book Two

4 Flames:

Explicit sex, MF, FF;

ménage: FFM, FMF

Pre Order LINK

 

BLURB

Zachary Cullen has ignored Josette Patrice’s overtures for years, but she agrees to take on his latest protégé-slash-arm-candy Meghan Keenan in her off-Broadway workshop theater. Though the girl has incredible talent, Josie would stake her reputation on that little thing being a switch-hitter, like herself, and she doesn’t want Zach to be duped. Josie sets out to seduce Meg and expose her for what she is, but all bets are off when Meg turns the tables on Josie to hook her up with Zach.

PARTY

eXtasy authors are hosting an all day Facebook Party this Friday to celebrate new releases! Come party with us to meet the authors, read teasers, play games, and win giveaways!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bookcarousel/events/

Friday, August 4

All day ~ drop in any time

 Invite your friends – the more, the merrier!

I’ll be there with both new releases, and I’ll give away winner’s choice of either one!

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