Claire Johnson’s dedication to sex—the cornerstone of her career—led her to found the Center for Sexuality and Sex Practices. Now in her fifties, she knows the Center must keep pace with the rapidly growing Baby Boomer market, so she agrees to go back on camera for a series on sex and aging. But work with her nemesis?
Former English Professor Max Wilson has championed the cause of the Center ever since his deceased wife sought the Center’s help to rekindle the nearly extinguished sexual flames of their relationship. He loves working on camera and welcomes the challenge to perform with the svelte but feisty temptress.
Sparks fly immediately on and off camera. Can either Claire or Max transform those sparks into a fire of sexual desire for their viewers? And if they succeed, what will happen when the movie’s over?
EXCERPT ~ Max decides to go for it:
“Let’s go practice.”
“My, that was romantic,” Claire quipped, hurrying down the hallway matching Max stride for stride.
Max stopped abruptly. “I didn’t think you were looking for romance.”
“I’m not,” Claire quickly backpedaled. They resumed walking. “But,” she flashed her eyebrow, “I am a woman and I don’t want to be taken for granted. You could’ve said, Claire, would you like to go back to our suite and practice having sex?”
“Ah.” Max stopped them midstride. He turned and cradled her chin between strong fingers. “Claire, would you like to go back to our suite and practice having sex with me?”