Todd opened his mouth, closed it, turned to Nick, and drew in a breath. Then he let his chin drop to his chest for a few beats. “No, Nicky. I don’t want to get rid of you. I just need to know how well they taught you to fight.” He shrugged, lifted one hand into the air, then let it drop to hit his hip. His chin jerked at Jimmy. “Hit him, then.”
“I can’t hit him.” Nick pointed to Jimmy. “He’s old.”
Jimmy barked, “Hey!”
Nick cringed and Todd laughed.
“Nick, you’re gonna have to hit one of us,” Todd pointed out.
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This week's snippet is from my BDSM romance/supernatural thriller, For the Long Run.
Jay managed to shove his hips up enough to press into Eric’s body, making Eric groan. He stuttered out, “Give it to me, Jay,” before biting down on Jay’s shoulder. His other hand moved down and grasped Jay’s cock, squeezing but not stroking. He didn’t have to stroke.
Crying out, Jay felt his body seize, and his breath caught as his orgasm devoured him. Body clenching around Eric, Jay felt hot semen spurt into him as he wrung Eric’s climax out of him.
Eventually, Jay had the vague sensation of being moved around, but his body was too consumed in its pleasure for his mind to really process much beyond the warmth of his dick and the sensations coming at him from what seemed every nerve. Eric manhandling him into whatever position he wanted wasn’t a concern to Jay right then; in fact, it added to his pleasure, being so defenseless, exposed, and cared for by this man.
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This little bit comes from my recently submitted novel, The Long Con. Colt is one of the MCs and Phillipe is his coworker turned friend.
His text to Phillipe was a little less business-like. “We’re going on a date! Dinner and music. He didn’t say date but that’s a date. Right? Right?” Having recently discovered the emojis he added a string of them.
“Ugh. Emojis.” Was Phillipe’s reply.
“That’s why I use them,” Colt messaged.
“Bastard. Just the two of you? Definitely a date.”
“And Frank,” Colt answered. “There was an incident when we were leaving the building with the recording studio.”
“I heard. R U Ok?”
“Yes. Was spooked for a bit but fine now.” Colt could imagine the wicked grin on Phillipe’s face. “Not using real words is because I used emojis isn’t it?” He added another huge string of bouncing smiling little characters.
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I've been working on a contemporary romance-a very different type of book for me-called The Long Con. I'm hoping to have it published through Dreamspinner Press next year sometime.
This little bit is when one of the MC's, Colton "Colt" Hale stumbles into a new job and a new life.
Colt glanced at the floor for a second before looking her in the eye. “I want to live in this area and learn about making whisky. It’s sort of been a dream of mine since I was a little kid.”
Truth, sort of truth, flat out lie. Maybe he’d have to weave a bit of a con. Wasn’t that what any job interview was anyway? A con.
“Where are you from?”
“Toledo.” Mostly true since that was his previous city. “I came here to get a fresh start.” Absolutely true.
“Do you have references?” She asked.
Colt shook his head. None that you’d want. “Mostly did day labor and kept to myself, ma’am.”
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