It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: Rodeo Nights: A Menage Story.
Check out the summary:
Two cowboys at once? Sounds like a good time to her.
Cora thinks boyfriends are more trouble than they’re worth, blamed on her recent breakup with her college crush. She said she needed space, and immediately after, she packed up her bags to head back home to Oklahoma…at least for a little while.
It turns out to be good timing, as she’s able to catch a rodeo that night. What she couldn’t have predicted was how close she’d become to two cowboys in particular, Luke and Logan, who both look incredibly alike. Friends for years, they both have the same dark hair and dark eyes, among other more…intimate features.
She starts out the night alone, and by the end, she has a hunky cowboy on each arm. The only thing better would be some private time alone so they can show her just how well they can share.
If you enjoy stories of sexy cowboys and fun for three, you’ll love Rodeo Nights.
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If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.
Rodeo Nights: A Menage Story
The evening air was stifling, and Cora could practically smell the storm coming. Above her head, jet black clouds occasionally flashed red, as the lightning behind them reminded everyone of its presence.
With their finely-tuned animal instincts, the horses knew a colossal downpour was on the way too. They danced in their stalls, their ears pricked back and their nostrils flaring. As she walked through the display area, she stroked several long muzzles, bringing her face close to theirs, whispering at them to stay calm.
She’d always loved being around horses and could think of no better way to spend her evening than being at the rodeo. In her denim shorts and brown leather boots, she felt every inch the cowgirl.
Her sweater was wrapped around her waist, even though she was sure she wouldn’t need it. Her white T-shirt clung to her curvy frame, and she ran her fingers through her long hair, the bangles on her arm jangling.
There was a crackle to the announcement system as a nasally voice asked the spectators to take their seats. The tournament was finally about to begin. It wasn’t a huge event tonight, more of a family Friday night out, but every cup was coveted, every trophy fought for as though it were a national championship. Cora took her seat on the old, rickety bleachers and sipped a beer she’d picked up on the way into the arena.
There were hundreds of spectators, some waving banners of their favorite riders, others simply sitting and waiting for the fun to begin. There were people taking selfies, which they’d immediately upload to social media. Cora breathed in deeply and exhaled. It was good to be home.
College had been getting tougher and tougher over the last few months, no thanks to Jayden constantly telling her it was over, only to turn up at the house she shared with her sorority sisters an hour later. He was usually drunk, begging her to take him back, and she would, for the whole cycle to start again the following weekend.
Finals were over, the summer had begun, and she hadn’t even told Jayden she was going home. Instead, she’d simply packed her suitcase and caught the next flight out of Chicago, back to Oklahoma.
He’d texted and called, but she was firm with him. He was to leave her alone, to give her the space to get her head straight. Reluctantly, he’d agreed. Now, at the rodeo, she was a little sad she was there alone, especially when she saw other girls with their boyfriends, but she was determined to be strong in her resolve.
He saw her as weak. He didn’t say it, but she knew it. Jayden was only her second boyfriend, and at twenty-three, he was three years older than her. He was more experienced, more worldly. She had a lot to learn.
Or, so he thought. In the last few months, she had begun to feel something stirring inside. She felt a fire brewing, a desire to explore other men. And she was beginning to wonder whether she could even go back to Jayden after the summer.
(end of sample)
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