It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: Role to Play: A Menage Story.
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It’s time to admit her fantasy.
Being the wife of a police officer, Rose’s life is rarely dull. Her husband, Danny, is an attractive man, but sometimes that just isn’t enough. Sometimes, there needs to be more.
Danny’s best friend Ellis is the entire package. He’s also a police officer, but with that extra gruff. He’s like Danny but rougher around the edges with just the right amount of stubble gracing his cheeks.
One night, Danny finally gets Rose’s fantasy out of her, and it involves Ellis. Finding it more agreeable than she ever would’ve guessed, Danny volunteers to arrange everything. It’s then she adds a twist–outdoors, in public, and with a role to play.
She can hardly wait.
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Role to Play: A Menage Story
Life was never dull with two cops hanging around. Rose noticed a light in her husband’s eyes as he bantered with his best friend and partner, Ellis.
The night had started like any other Tuesday at their place—cocktails, then dinner and coffee, followed by dessert. But the topic of conversation had somehow devolved over the last half hour and was beginning to make her squirm.
“So why’d you end it with her, then?” Danny asked.
Ellis sighed. “Sex wasn’t that great. I need a woman with more to offer.”
Rose finished up the last bit of cherry pie on her plate and slid her fingers into the handle of her tea. She pretended not to notice the way Ellis’s eyes sparkled, or that his gaze brought a blush to her cheeks. She pretended a lot of things when in his presence, exactly why her husband’s next sentence caused her heart to skip a beat.
“You need a girl like Rose.”
She nearly choked on her tea, but swiftly recovered.
“My lady’s still feisty in the bedroom, and we’ve been married a long time, haven’t we, baby?” Danny raised an eyebrow and reached for her. “We haven’t gotten tired of each other yet.”
She allowed herself to be pulled to his side. It was true. They’d been together for over a decade. If modern divorce rates were anything to go by, that was a long time. However, what they did behind closed doors was private–their little secret.
She supposed it would be ridiculous to think two men who spent twelve hours a day together wouldn’t eventually talk about that sort of thing. Still, bringing it up in front of her at the dinner table was something else entirely. The back of her neck felt warm.
“If she’s willing to stick with me,” he continued, “I’m sure you’ll find someone who can put up with you.”
“Whatever, man.” Ellis chuckled, and the sound sent a warm trickle of desire straight between her thighs.
God, how he affected her. Did Danny know? He couldn’t possibly know everything about how Ellis made her feel. Danny knew she was always nervous around Ellis, but hell, that could be for any reason.
That could be why Danny insisted on having their dinners there instead of going out to a bar like most cops in their unit did on their nights off. Her husband loved taunting her, especially when he received the benefit later in the evening.
She was always so much more responsive, more ready to submit, when she’d spent an evening on edge. Ellis’s leg brushed against hers under the table. Rose cleared her throat and smoothed the napkin on her lap before reaching for her teacup again. She, of course, remained silent.
The night slipped away from her, her mind drifting to scenarios that seemed more suitable for an erotica book and definitely not for mixed company at dinner. She nearly jumped out of her skin when Ellis called to her from the doorway.
“Night, Rose,” he said as he gave her a mock salute.
“Night, Ellis. Drive safe. It’s a bit nasty out there tonight.” But not nearly as nasty as the visions in her mind.
(end of sample)
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