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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Hit the beach! #Beautyandthebeach #eroticromance #extasybooks


Just in time for summer, I’m pleased to announce the release of my newest short poolside read from Extasy Books, “Beauty and the Beach.” This is Book Two in my Key West Heat series that I began last summer with “The Last Sunset.” Same south Florida setting but different characters.



“When supermodel Brandi Knox is hired for a tropical-themed magazine spread, she insists on having her favorite photographer, Justin Malone, do the job. He arranges the shoot on Sunset Key, near Key West. The two have been involved on and off for several years, in a friends-with-benefits situation. This time, their feelings for each other seem to have developed into something deeper. When the sun finally sets on their latest assignment, will they still be just friends, or something more?”



This is a fun read with two likeable characters who share a lot of heat ‘neath the palms. It’s also an interracial romance, for those who take note of such things (she’s sort of a Tyra Banks character, he’s Caucasian). Here’s an excerpt:



They turned their attention back to the sunset. When it crested, then disappeared over the Gulf, they heard the loud cheering of the crowd on Key West. Justin looked in that direction and saw the hoard of people dispersing on Mallory Square in search of more liquid refreshment.



“You’re right, this is much better,” he said.



Brandi sipped her wine, then cradled her glass. “Our very own private paradise. Sometimes I think I wouldn’t mind living like this.”



“I had you figured for a cabin in the mountains type of girl.”



“That would be nice, too. You should come visit me sometime. My place has a great view of the Smoky Mountains.”



“Sounds idyllic.”



She reached over and traced a pattern along his forearm with her fingernail. “Ever made love in the mountains?”



“Uh-huh. The higher altitude adds an extra rush.”



She laughed. “And all this time I thought it was just lusty euphoria.”



Brandi moved over to sit on Justin’s lap, facing him. She straddled her long legs over his, then rested her arms on his shoulders.



Justin pulled her face to his and kissed her deeply, probing her mouth with his tongue while his fingers massaged the back of her neck. He inhaled her freshly-bathed scent and musky perfume, and the aromas increased his arousal.



Brandi ran her fingers through his hair and kissed him with growing passion while grinding her crotch against him. After a few minutes of tongue dancing, Brandi pulled her face back and caressed his cheek. “You’ve got me feeling frisky tonight. Did you know you have that effect on me?”



“And do you not feel the tent pole poking you from underneath?”



She gave a soft, wicked laugh. “Oh, yeah, I feel it.” She gyrated her pelvis against him. “Dry humping you in public is fun.”



Justin placed his hands on her ass and fondled her. “Real humping is more fun.”



Brandi continued moving on him. “What is this fascination you have with my booty?”



“Can’t explain it. It just is what it is.”



She kissed him. “You like to photograph it, play with it, make love to it…”



“I’ve never heard you complain.”



“Not since you broke it in. You made me weak in the knees the first time you slid that pole of yours between my cheeks. Made me come buckets.”



Justin pulled her face in and hungrily kissed her. “Now you see what effect you’re having on me.”



“Then let’s do something about it, before I slide off your lap.”



If you’re in the mood for quick fun read with great atmosphere, some laughs, steamy sex and a realistic romance with a will-they-or-won’t-they premise, check out “Beauty and the Beach.” Available wherever great e-books are sold.



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Tim Smith is an award-winning, bestselling author whose books range from romantic mystery/thrillers to contemporary erotic romance. His website is www.timsmithauthor.com.


2 comments:

Tina Donahue said...

Sounds like a great read, Tim! :)

Fiona McGier said...

They say to write what you know! You live in Florida, right? Or at least you like to set your books there, just like I set mine in the Midwest. Sounds like an exciting series. Are these short stories, or novellas? Ideal for beach reading, when the sun and sand are hot, and so are the stories! Tons of sales to you!