Well hello there – have I got a surprise for you-hooo!
My newest release is a short story called The Gentleman including in the Xcite anthology, Backstage Rider – and guess what? – The whole collection can be yours on Kindle – for FREE! For the next couple of days only – so hurry hurry – get yourself a saucy night in for nowt!
Here’s a little snippet from my story to get you in the mood for some saucy action with an older gentleman…
getting what she wanted. So when one Bertram Tigworth Esq told her she was too
young to hold his interest she made ready for war.
young? She was thirty-two! She’d had her eye on Bertram
for quite a while now – he owned a terribly dull looking bookshop in a side street
downtown. She knew he used to be a lawyer and his taste in books probably
reflected his previous occupation. Not that she really knew for sure, since any
tome she’d picked up in his shop was purely used to peer over and admire his
immaculate presence. Since he’d given
her the brush off, Deborah was determined to have him. She’d never felt such
attraction to a man before – he reminded her of her incredibly strict physics
teacher at school, who she’d had a huge crush on. She would try her very best
to get top marks by flashing him a dazzling smile as she turned in another half
hearted essay – it didn’t work then either, he would sigh and pass her back a C-
must try harder. And now, fifteen years later, that’s exactly
what she intended to do. She put on her most sophisticated pencil skirt and billowing
blouse and sauntered past his shop daily, perfecting her Parisian gait. It made
her wet just to walk by. Sometimes a trickle of moisture would make it down
between her thighs and she’d snake her hips rubbing her juices over the flesh
between the top of her legs. On more than one occasion a wolf whistle would
come her way from the perpetual workmen and she’d haughtily snub it, glancing quickly
to the open door of Tigworth Books behind her Jackie-O sunglasses.