It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: Kiss My Wife: A Swingers Story.
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Life isn’t about eating your vegetables; it’s about having a heaping plate of dessert.
Cole and Dana have been married a long time. They’ve raised children and are a cornerstone of their community. Their secret: they’re heading to a discreet swingers resort for married couples. If they go through with it, people will expect them to sleep with other couples…together.
They arrive at the resort a little nervous, but once they meet Trent and Charlotte, they loosen up some. Then they loosen up a lot more.
Cole and Dana want Trent and Charlotte to show them the ropes…and their bodies, giving them a crash course in what it’s like to see your spouse with someone else. The combined mix of jealousy and excitement makes everything worth it.
And that’s just the beginning of the night.
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If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.
Kiss My Wife: A Swingers Story
Dana shifted nervously in her seat. She tried to relax and enjoy the scenery while Cole drove. The wide, open grassland reminded her of her western roots back in Texas. She breathed deeply, attempting to calm herself. She couldn’t believe this was actually happening. She looked at him; his kind, gentle face was unusually stony.
His deep, gray eyes were fixed on the road, and he didn’t say a word. She pushed the negative thoughts from her head, thinking this trip would definitely help. The two hundred mile trip was an easy one for both of them, as they usually loved road trips, but this time, uneasiness flooded the car.
She rested her head back and closed her eyes. She remembered how this all started. A simple comment about how she couldn’t have a “real” orgasm with Cole sparked an entire discussion on their sex life. Truth be told, they had both come from conservative families, and it definitely shaped the way they viewed marriage.
They prided themselves on how they’d raised their children, been model citizens, and avid volunteers in the community, but the truth had finally come out. It wasn’t that they didn’t love each other, but the status quo wasn’t enough anymore. They needed something different, and this couples retreat hopefully would do the trick. Hell, the brochure said as much.
Since meeting, they’d only had sex with each other, but maybe experiencing other people would help them open up to each other a little more. She yawned, and she felt his hand on hers.
“You okay?” he asked. “You gotta be my second set of eyes out here, you know.”
She smiled. He always counted on her to watch out for state troopers and their clever hiding spots. “I’m good. Just ready to get this thing going.” He gave her a quick side glance before focusing back on the road. “I don’t know what’s going to happen, or what we’re gonna find, but whatever happens…it’s all your fault.”
They both laughed, and it eased the tension a bit. She knew he was hesitant about this, maybe a little more than she was. He certainly didn’t tell his brother where they were headed that weekend when they dropped the kids off at his house, simply saying they were headed to a marriage retreat. It wasn’t a complete lie, but the Lotus Flower Circle Resort was strictly for discreet couples who wanted to spice up their sex lives with each other and with other couples.
The resort was a few miles outside of Albuquerque, about a three hour drive from their home in Mayhill. It remained relatively hidden, as it was near a Native American reservation and off the beaten path. They stopped to get breakfast at a pancake house right outside the city, and since they’d started out early that morning, they needed that stretch and refreshment. As they ate in the tiny booth, they reread the resort’s small brochure, which listed the activities and rules.
“It says here there are no clothes allowed in certain places. Are you ready for that?” he asked.
“I guess so.” She knew how he was; they’d been married ten years. Whenever he felt uneasy about something, he’d pepper her with questions to make her second guess a decision. It usually worked in most cases, but she was determined to not let it this time. “I think I’d like the discussions and games the best. It might give us a little more insight to what we’re doing wrong.”
He tensed a little. She knew from the look in his eyes she’d struck a nerve. “It might also tell us what we’re doing right, too,” she added.
When the waiter came with the bill, he threw the cash on the table and walked out without a word. Halfway to the car, she grabbed his hand and squeezed.
“Cole, this is going to work. I have a really good feeling. But we have to want it to work, too. You want more, and so do I.”
He turned to her once he’d buckled his seat belt, his expression back to that stony look again. “Just promise me that we’re gonna come out of this thing still married,” he said in a whisper. It was at that moment she knew how committed he was to their marriage. She gave him a long, deep kiss, caressing his tongue with hers and her hand stroking the stubble along his beard. “I promise.”
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