Announcing “The Invisible Girl’s First Time”

 

It’s time to announce my latest erotica ebook: The Invisible Girl’s First Time.

The story is a stimulating read about a girl who discovers that she has the power of invisibility. Check out the summary:

“One day in class, Jenny discovers that whenever she becomes aroused, her powers are triggered, and she becomes invisible. It always seems like a burden, something she has to hide. It keeps her from having her first time.

That is, until Nick comes along. Her long-time crush, he is the ultimate dream guy–muscled, confident, and good looking. She would do almost anything to share her first with him. The only problem is, he won’t give her a second glance.

Feeling empowered from using her invisibility powers intentionally for the first time, Jenny decides that there is a creative solution to her problem. With any luck, Nick will be hers.”

Here are all the places you can find it:

 

I want to thank all my readers for your continuing support. In some, small way, I love bringing a little pleasure to your day. Also, I’d like to give a big thanks to my Launch Team. Their feedback is invaluable to me. They rock.

If you’d like, read below for a teaser of the story.


 

Everyone who reads a comic book wants one of those powers. That is, until you actually have one of them. When that happens, things get real pretty quickly. It doesn’t exactly suit every situation.

Don’t believe me? Maybe you should’ve been there during sex education class. The teacher stood a banana on the desk and proceeded to unroll a condom over it. It all started fine, until my mind started to wander. And Nick Hannett wasn’t far from my thoughts.

He was pretty easy to imagine, especially since his desk sat directly in front of mine. Even the back of his head looked gorgeous. In fact, I stared at him the entire time–though to be fair, I did that whenever I saw him. What completely ruined it was the reaction of my classmate, Maggie, who usually ruined things.

“What’s wrong with your hand?”

She had barely whispered it, but it seemed like she used a megaphone. I looked down and realized I could see the glossy surface of the desk through my hand. I had the good sense not to hold it up for everyone to see, at least.

I gingerly flipped it over; it looked just as transparent that direction too. I poked a finger at it, and it still felt like normal.

Maggie leaned over. “Is there something–”

“Anything you’d like to discuss with the rest of the class?” The teacher’s voice rang from the front like a gong. At the time, I didn’t know what did it, but as soon as I felt embarrassed, the transparency went away. When I looked down again, everything was back to normal. With everyone’s eyes on me, I couldn’t have brought those daydreams of Nick back if I tried.

That’s how it all started, anyway. So there you have it: the reason why I was college-aged and a virgin. It’s not like I haven’t tried. The one boyfriend I managed to keep for a while ran away screaming when he apparently saw through the back of my head during an intense make out session. I couldn’t help it–he was a great kisser. Whenever I felt any sort of arousal, it would happen all over again.


 

Check out the book on your favorite marketplace to continue reading…

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27 thoughts on “Announcing “The Invisible Girl’s First Time”

    1. I’m glad you enjoyed, T.C.! It’s always great to hear back from readers. If you have the time, feel free to leave a review on Amazon; good reviews can really propel an author forward. Thanks for reading, T.C. I really appreciate it. There will be more in this series. : )

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  1. Sounds interesting. I’ll definitely check it out next pay day!

    What is your secret to getting these novels out so fast?! It takes me a month to write one chapter sometimes!

    But this will definitely be a unique read for me. Erotica and superhero powers. I approve! Can’t wait to read it all!

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    1. Thanks, Alexa! I hope you enjoy it. It’s certainly different than most, that’s for sure.
      Oh gosh, I’m not sure there’s a secret other than handcuffing myself (figuratively speaking) to my desk and drinking lots of caffeine. I’ve turned down more than one social outing to write, but it’s all worth it.
      Once you’ve read it, I welcome you to let me know what you think. : )

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      1. I worked as reviewer for years at Coffee time Romance, they are great for upcoming authors, getting the word out. I understand how authors need those reviews, and loved what I did. Did interviews and editing too, a little bit of everything. I miss it and just thought up this blog four nights ago because I love books, and helping authors. So I am happy to help!

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