Friday, November 1, 2013

MySexySaturday


November 2, 2013: For my first blog for MySexySaturday I’ve chosen seven sexy sentences from the opening scene of LIKE A MOTH TO THE FLAME, an m/m/f contemporary menage. Ari and Darius are inside the house, watching their dinner guest, Rami, sunning herself by the pool, and anticipating the evening ahead.

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Like A Moth To The Flame
by Christiane France
ISBN-13: 978-1-60272-514-0 (Electronic)  
Genres: Contemporary / Ménage (M/M/F) / Group Sex / Bisexual (M/M) 
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Blurb:

Ramona knew, for someone as sexually inexperienced as herself, falling in love with a heartbreaker like Ari Tarasios was a pretty stupid thing to do.  Not only is Ari a client at the place where Ramona works, Ari is also a swinger who makes no secret of the fact he likes to swing both ways.  What Ramona doesn't know, until Ari invites her for a swim and dinner at his house, is that the sexy swinger likes to take his pleasures in triplicate--he enjoys to watch and be watched.  And so does his equally handsome friend Darius Stewart.  With her pride at stake, Ramona tries to mask her inexperience until she realizes she's in way over her head.  All she can do now is either turn tail and run...or savor every single moment…

 

Now for the seven sexy sentences:

“You already know what I think.” Darius chuckled softly as he kissed Ari’s bare shoulder, then slipped a hand inside his partner’s thong and fondled Ari’s aroused cock. “Rami’s gorgeous. But I told you that right after the meeting we had with her at Hannington’s. I said we should invite her to have dinner with us one evening and…”

“And what?”

“I need to explain?”

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2 comments:

  1. Oh....very hot. I love m/m/f books. I'll definitely be checking this one out!
    Dakota

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  2. Thanks, Dakota. This was a fun book to write.
    Christiane

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