I’m so excited ~ Swinging Games Book Ten has just been released at eXtasy Books! Scroll to the bottom for my contest!
Hubs and I feel like we can’t get this couple’s adventures in the swing lifestyle down on the page fast enough – they’re definitely hard to keep up with, and they take no prisoners in their quest to keep their sex life vibrant and vigorous through their mid-life years. Well, maybe Jen sort of took a prisoner…
Jen and Brett have been spending the summer with their house guest, the recently widowed Sarah Creston. Jen’s possessiveness has ignited jealousy in the couple’s long term swing buddies, their neighbors Ryan and Donna, who now aren’t speaking to them. Even Brett’s been worried what will happen next.
Here’s cover, blurb and excerpt ~ enjoy!
Threesomes are so tempting…but can they last?
Heat Rating: Five Flames ~ f/f, m/f, menage, m/f/f, f/f/f and more
Summer looks full of promise for swingers Jen and Brett Andrews—ever since Sarah Creston’s arrival, three-way possibilities for mind-shattering sex seem endless. Secretly, Jen’s a little pleased their best friends Donna and Ryan Powers still aren’t speaking. This way, Jen doesn’t have to share.
Thrilled with her new lifestyle, Sarah makes up for lost time and wants to taste everything—but even she can feel the rift. Ever classy, Sarah resolves to do what’s right and reach out to Donna, no matter the risk. Can she prevent the train wreck, or will Jen and Donna derail her efforts? And if she succeeds, would some three-way makeup sex with the two women be too much to hope for?
“I can’t tell you how well loved my body feels this morning.” Enjoying the slow smile creeping across Brett’s face, Sarah took a bite of toast. “You guys were awesome last night and I love being awakened with you dragging your stiff cock up and down my pussy slit. I was soaking by the time I could open my eyes.”
“I noticed,” Brett said, now grinning from ear to ear. “It was fun watching your nips enlarge as Jen tapped each one to get their attention.”
“She’s good,” Sarah acknowledged, “you both are. Speaking of Jen—she seems to be moving a little slowly this morning.” She gave Brett a wink. “You really screwed her royally last night. I’ve never seen you that aggressive.”
“That’s what she said she wanted.”
“Oh, I heard her. And I doubt she has any regrets. Still, she’s moving a little slower than usual.”
Brett pushed his chair back from the table at the sound of phone ringing.
“I’ll get it!” Jen shouted down the stairs.
Brett lifted a cup of coffee and swallowed deeply. “Damn, you make excellent coffee. I like mine black. You sure use a lot cream in yours.”
Sarah grinned. “I like cream. You should know that by now.”
Brett coughed. “You had Jen creaming nicely this morning. She doesn’t do that for everyone.”
“Maybe I’m more talented than I thought.”
“You’re talented, girl—damn talented. I know Alice and Jen would both agree. You seem to have a way with those long fingers of yours.”
She playfully stuck an index finger in her mouth and sucked slowly before withdrawing it and sticking her tongue out at him.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
To enter for a free download of Triple Play, leave me a comment. I’d love to know what your fave type of scene is and why. Contest is open today, 9/15, through Wednesday, 9/19. Plus, if you’re a newsletter subscriber, you’ll be entered in my monthly contest, as well.
Welcome to the Rainbow Book Reviews Blog Hop! Be sure to click on the graphic to link to the rest of the participants. Lots of fabulous prizes – leave a comment to enter, for ours as well as all the grand prizes. We’re offering one free download, reader’s choice, from our published books.
What does writing GLBTQ literature mean to us? We’re a married couple writing erotic romance together under our pen name, Adriana Kraft. We’re also proud parents of a gay son, members of our local PFLAG chapter, and social activists who’ve supported causes we believe in across more decades than we necessarily want to count.
Nearly three and a half years ago, we stood with other supporters on the steps of our local county Courthouse on an April afternoon awaiting word on the Iowa Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision. We were prepared to stand for our values whichever way the decision went – and we were thrilled with the outcome (and blogged about it, HERE). I don’t think we can say it better than one of us told a reporter that afternoon: “Love is love, and every couple deserves a happy ending.”
So that’s one major reason we write what we write: to celebrate love wherever it can be found, and to share with the world our belief that all persons, whatever their sexual orientation, deserve equality under the law when they form a love relationship.
There’s more of course – we do write erotic romance, after all, and our tag line is Erotic Romance for Two, Three, or More. There are so many varieties and combinations under the rainbow banner. We’re especially partial to scenes and stories that feature two women together, whether lesbian or bisexual. Our short stories and novels explore what’s possible for women (well, and the occasional man) who can’t fit themselves neatly into the box labeled “straight.” Sometimes their foray into same sex relationships turns out to be a small part of coming into their own sexually, as in Mistress of Purgatory Point. More often, same sex erotic encounters become more central for them, and they find a range of solutions for ongoing expression of their entire spectrum of sexuality. We write a world where three- and even four-way committed relationships are not only possible but welcomed.
We hope you’ll leave us a comment on why GLBTQ literature matters to you, and what your favorite pairings are. We’ll pull a winner by random number Monday morning, August 27. Good luck!