Showing posts with label All She Wants for Christmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label All She Wants for Christmas. Show all posts


Six Sentence Sunday

Keeping it short and sweet...and sexy this week. This is from my m/m/f Christmas erotic contemporary novel, All She Wants for Christmas. Hope to finish and submit this one soon!

"So…Friday," Caitlyn said, unwilling to discuss this any further. She had an objective to reach and she didn't want to play armchair psychologist with Tristan. Not today.

What she wanted was sex. And he was going to give it to her. Then she'd move on to phase two and the second man she intended to seduce

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Six Sentence Sunday

My second week doing Six Sentence Sunday and I decided to post a bit more from one of my current works in progress, All She Wants for Christmas, a m/m/f erotic contemporary. Hope you enjoy!

"You have a mirror above the bed!"

But not just a mirror. It was shaped like a sun, each ray a sliver of glass surrounding a center circle. It wasn't as classless as the usual ceiling special. Of course not. Even Tristan's implements of sexual pleasure were artfully sensuous.

Also, the winner of the giveaway from my Mari Carr/Jayne Rylon interview is Cathy M! Cathy, I'll be sending your Samhain gift certificate soon. Thanks to everyone who stopped by!


Six Sentence Sunday

It's my first six sentence Sunday! I'm so excited to join in this fun blog hop. Think I'll post six sentences of one of my current works in progress, All She Wants for Christmas, a m/m/f contemporary erotic novella soon to be novel. Lots of angst to go with the hot sex in this one.

“Will you let me explain?”
“Which part? The way you just kissed me? How you stole almost to second and a half base while I was still sobbing on first? Or the part where I heard Tristan talk about sleeping with you?”
“All of it,” he said, his misery evident in his tone.


Menage or Not?

Lately I've been writing several stories featuring menages or threesomes, as they're often called. This wasn't planned. Somehow I ended up writing two at once, on the heels of a book where I'd written my first, albeit brief, menage. (I do have a vampire threesome book I finished over a year ago, but as it's not polished and submitted yet, I count Provoke Me as my first "finished" book containing a menage.)

Provoke Me's menage scene came about completely in when I sat down to write the scene, I had no clue how far my heroine Kelly would want to take things. I figured she'd send the third guy home and that would be that, as her hero, Spencer, is not fond of sharing. But that scene went its own way, and they ended up having a menage with Paul, Kelly's ex-boyfriend - but it's a very limited menage. Paul is clearly there for Kelly's pleasure, and the scene serves to show a lot more about Kelly and Spencer's growing feelings than just "hey, I've got another hot guy here! Woot!" The guys do not interact sexually, and at first Spencer's kinda pissed Kelly wants Paul there at all. But if I did my job right, that scene shows how much Spencer is beginning to care for her, and how far he'll go to make her happy. Even so, I know some readers don't like menages. The threesome isn't a very long scene in an 80K book, but there will be a warning on the book that it's in there.

My other two menages are a different story. The one in Need Me, book 3 in the Unveiled series - the new official name for my EC books centered around Kink, the voyeurism club - is the focus of the book. As is the menage in my Christmas book I'm hoping to pitch to Loose Id, All She Wants for Christmas. And that menage is m/m/f, meaning the boys touch, a new one for me. None of the other threesomes I've written have been anything but m/f/m.

I'm loving All She Wants For Christmas for a lot of reasons - mainly because I've doing several "couples" at once. There's the relationship between the men, the relationship with each of the men and the heroine, then the relationship of all three. It's a fun dynamic to play with and I'm loving writing three point-of-view characters. But again, I know some readers don't enjoy these sort of books, and I guess I'm hoping that maybe some people will find they enjoy them more than they'd guessed. I know a couple years ago I didn't like menages - now I like them enough to write about them!

How do you feel about menages? Do you like them? Feel they're overdone or just not for you? I'm really curious.

Also - on March 21st, I'm having two great erotic romance authors, Mari Carr and Jayne Rylon, on the blog to celebrate their upcoming Samhain release Northern Exposure! I love both authors' writing and can't wait to get them on the interview hot seat. Stop back for prizes and tons of fun!