Rainbow Snippets January 6, 2021
My snippet this week is from For the Long Run. It's an erotic romance/supernatural suspense. It's also currently on sale for $3.99! This snippet is rated R for adult audiences.
Eric stopped in the bathroom doorway, leaned inside and said, “Hey, morning. How are you?”
Jay peeked around the shower curtain and smiled at him. “Sort of lonely in here.”
Already out of his boxers, Eric was across the small bathroom in a few strides. Without hesitation he stepped into the shower and under the hot water. The shower wasn’t really big enough for sex. The two times they’d tried had ended up with more bruising and bumping than pleasure, and they’d given up quickly. Eric did enjoy the slick feel of Jay’s wet, soaped-up skin, the closeness of them washing each other, and was delighted when offered the opportunity to share the shower with Jay.
Almost immediately Jay’s warm body was pressed against Eric’s. Winding one arm around Jay’s trim waist, Eric felt a surge of protectiveness course through him. The fact he could encircle Jay almost completely with his arm always made him feel that way. Dipping his head, he pressed his mouth to Jay’s, slipping his tongue along Jay’s lips a few times before gliding it into Jay’s mouth. Jay’s arms came up and around his back, while they spent a few minutes twining their tongues together, sliding over one another and around each other’s mouths.
Eric broke their kiss and leaned his head back far enough that he could look at Jay and still hold him. “Good morning.”
“Oh hell yeah, it is,” Jay murmured and rubbed against Eric. “Very good.”
They were both half-hard, but Eric had no intention of this going much farther right now, not in the too-small space of the shower. Taking hold of Jay’s hips, Eric turned him so Jay’s back was against Eric’s chest. Reaching around Jay, Eric snatched the tube of shower gel from a shelf and squirted some into his hands. Rubbing them together for a few seconds, he worked the soap to a lather, then slathered it over Jay’s lean body.
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For the Long Run is available in eBook and in Kindle Unlimited.
Astronomy Monday and a Sale!
One of my favorite astro activities is meteor showers! I live in northeast Ohio, so often times I'm prevented from seeing them by clouds. However I always keep track and try.
The ones I like best are in October and December, the skies are usually much clearer here because of the colder temperatures.
I always get a thrill when my youngest son calls me in the middle of the night and asks if I'm watching. When he was little he'd stay up with me.
Meteors are best seen between 2 and 4 am. Next week I'll go into why that is.
Here's the sale I promised!
Use coupon code ElizabethNoble to receive 30% off any title of mine on either Dreamspinner or DSP Publications. Coupon expires 1/31 at 11:59pm ET
Major Meteor Showers in 2017
ShowerRadiant and direction Morning of maximum Best hourly rate Parent
QuadrantidDraco (NE)Jan. 3 60-100 2003 EH1
LyridLyra (E)April 22 10-20Thatcher (1861 I)
Eta Aquariid*Aquarius (E)May 6 20-60 1P/Halley
Delta AquariidAquarius (S)July 3 02 096P/Machholz
Perseid*Perseus (NE)Aug. 12 90 109P/Swift-Tuttle
OrionidOrion (SE)Oct. 21 10-20 1P/Halley
Southern Taurid*Taurus (S)Nov. 5 10-20 2P/Encke
LeonidLeo (E)Nov. 17 10-20 55P/Tempel-Tuttle
GeminidGemini (S)Dec. 14 100-120 3200 Phaethon
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