New Release! Friendly Competition: A Swingers Story

 

It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: Friendly Competition: A Swingers Story.

 

Check out the summary:

Carol never backs down from a competition, not even in the bedroom.

She’s been married to Mason for a long time, which is why it comes as a shock to bump into one of his old flames. Trish and Mason dated before Trish married Nate, who coincidentally also dated Carol back in the day. They unknowingly swapped partners, all before marriage.

While sharing stories, Carol discovers just how…adventurous Trish and Mason were, which kindles Carol’s fire to be the one on top. Not one to be outdone, she shares stories of her and Nate. One thing leads to another, and soon they’re demonstrating, rather than telling, just how good they are with the other woman’s husband.

If you enjoy reading about curious, married, swinging couples, you’ll love this story. 

 

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I want to give a huge thanks to everyone on my Launch Team, who are invaluable for their feedback. And of course, thank you to my readers for all your support. I owe everything to my readers and their continual patronage.

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


 

Friendly Competition: A Swingers Story

(sample)

Carol was exhausted. She’d spent hours at the gym, doing push-ups, sit-ups, squat thrusts, and even a little weight training. Her body had been pushed to the limit. But she had to push it further. As long as she could see her husband Mason on the other side of the gym, pushing himself too, Carol felt the urge to keep going.

  This kind of competition had always driven her. The desire to come out on top was always huge for Carol–on the job, in her friendships, and even in her marriage. At times, the intense competition added a certain sexual heat. She hobbled over to the treadmill machine with all the energy she had left and turned it on, knowing the image of Mason sweating on the treadmill machine across the gym would soon keep her on her toes.

  It did. As she watched him swing his well-toned body into stride after powerful stride, she thought of all the other ways his body could press into motion. She couldn’t wait to use all that sensual energy in a more…direct way.

  When Mason finally stepped off the machine, he conceded defeat with a smirk. It was just what she liked to see. She headed to the showers, her face glowing with a victorious smile.

  Like it usually did, her competitive drive followed her into the showers. Seeing all those beautiful bodies under the rush of water made her compare herself to them. Sometimes, it made her uncomfortable, but she usually came out on top of that as well. Her long, slender, well-toned body put most women to shame–especially those who were new to the gym.

  However, a sassy redhead in the corner provided some tough competition. Her body was small and tight. Her long hair fell nearly to her ass and there was a fiery spark in her eyes that made her irresistible to look at.

  On top of everything else, she looked familiar. Like somebody she’d known in college. To her surprise, the redhead waved her over. “Hi there. What was your name again? Carol? Long time, no see.”

  Carol struggled to recall the face. “I’m sorry. I’m terrible with remembering names.”

  “I’m Trish. We were in Mr. Breck’s biology class together.”

  “Oh, that’s it,” Carol said half-heartedly. It still didn’t solve the riddle for Carol.

  “And I’m Mason’s ex,” the woman added.

  Then it clicked. Everything came rushing back. “Oh, yes. I remember you. Yeah, those were some crazy days back in college. What have you been up to lately?”

  “Well, I just got married. Do you remember Nate?”

  Carol gasped. “Yes, I…ah, dated him for a while. Nice guy.” The college memories of all the wild times with Nate flooded Carol’s mind and took her away from the conversation for a moment. “Yeah, that Nate. We had some good times together.”

  “Yep. Just like Mason and I.”

  Carol’s competitive drive kicked in again. Carol felt the urge to top her new rival.

(end of sample)


 

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