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Friday, May 3, 2013

My mind is not my own!

I'm in the middle of packing and moving from a large house to a smaller one. Only problem is I haven't found the new house at a price I can afford. So unless something turns up, I'll be living out of a suitcase for a while.

So I'm taking the easy way out of this melee and posting the blurb and an excerpt for Dangerous Pursuit, which is newly released from Ellora's Cave. I'll do better next month.

Blurb for Dangerous Pursuit: 

When a mad doctor endangers the three women chosen as their own by three powerful elves, there’s bound to be a lot of action. Two of the sexy elves, Matt and Vale, are fighting to win their loves as well as protect them. Their father Lars is furious when the villain’s machinations dare extend to his own wife.  

The madman is wily and dangerous, and the women’s lives soon depend on the courage and skill of the elves. But an insane doctor who can obtain poison, and a sex slave willing to administer will be hard to stop.
 
Excerpt and warning: This book is erotica, so if that offends you stop here. I love you anyway.
 
"Vale looked at the beautiful girl in his arms, her eyes shining with what he hoped was the beginning of love. At least it was desire, and pray all the elves it was enough. That she’d permit him to take her the way he longed, with his most ardent love. For him it was a pledge and the first step in a lifetime of devotion.
He also recognized he didn’t have much time to prepare her before he shot his cum. He’d wanted her for far too long. Clamping down on his desire, he turned his thoughts to pleasing her. He kissed her again, thrusting his tongue in and out in imitation of the motion he’d soon be making with his long, swollen cock. He fought the raging impulse to plunge into her without any more preliminaries, and he managed to reach with one hand for her mound. Parting the folds until he found her clit, he was delighted to find her dripping wet. With a small prayer of thanks she was so responsive, he began to caress that most sensitive spot. He leaned over and kissed it and she started. He moved up to kiss her lips deeply again, throttling any protest with his tongue in her mouth. Keeping up his finger’s rotation on her clit, he held on fiercely to his self-control. He lasted until she gasped and bit his tongue lightly, and then caressed the inside of his mouth in a provocative dance of tongues that finished off his control.
Looping her legs over his shoulders, he placed his cock against her vulva and quickly found her entrance. She was already slippery with her own juices and he had no trouble entering. He had enough sense left be gentle until he’d pierced her virgin’s membrane, which was thankfully thin. Then he plunged into her, unable to slow himself as he wished. To do anything but quickly sink himself to the hilt. He withdrew, and then plunged in again. In a few deep strokes he brought himself to stunning orgasmic pleasure, unlike anything he had felt before.
Leaving his cock buried in her body, he raised on his elbows and kissed her with love, eyes filled with regret.
“I’m sorry I was in such a hurry. It was not well done of me. I’ve wanted you for too long. I lost control just when I wanted to bring you pleasure.”
She smiled up at him. “But you did, Vale. More than I knew existed.”
He looked a little rueful, knowing she’d not experienced what he wanted for her. Not at all.
“Please don’t look regretful. I’m sure we can do it again sometime. I rather liked it, you know.”
 
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5 comments:

Tina Donahue said...

Jean, I feel your pain. I've moved more times than I can count. Never easy. Hope you find the perfect place soon. :)

jean hart stewart said...

I've been too long in this house is the main trouble. 20 years and there just too much stuff! Wherever I go, my computer will be right with me....

Kelli Scott said...

Have computer - will travel. As long as I can write, I'll live in a studio apartment and eat Ramen noodles everyday.
Good luck with the new book.

jean hart stewart said...

Smart girl, Kelli... Too late for me to take your advice...

Fiona McGier said...

Once all of the kids are out, I want to sell and move to a log cabin in a quiet woods somewhere, far away from the madding crowd I have to deal with these days! Working in retail has convinced me I'm really NOT a "people person" anymore...most folks seem to take a "rude pill" right before they leave the house these days.

Good luck with your move. And remember, it's just "stuff". Sell or give away whatever you haven't looked at or used in the past year, and simplify your life!