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Six Sentence Sunday: The Islander

November 13, 2011

The Islander, menage erotica humorAnother Sunday has rolled around and  that means it is time for me to feature yet another six sentence excerpt. This week’s excerpt has been pulled from the pages of The Islander, the first story I published in e-book format. Before we get to the excerpt, which takes place on the island after hours, when Frank runs into Frankie, a stranded tourist, here is a little more about the story:

The Islander – F/F/M – Erotic Humour.  Frank encounters a stranded tourist on the island. He brings her to the boat of his new friend, Tess. Instead of taking the tourist back to the mainland, the threesome decide to indulge in too many margaritas while they swap embarrassing sex stories. Tess and the tourist, however, find little humour in Frank’s tale of his first and only bondage attempt, which failed miserably, and set about to help him realize his unfulfilled fantasy of being dominated.

Six Sentence Excerpt:

Now close enough for me to see her clearly, she was quite beautiful in a quirky sort of way. Her coppery hair glowed in the moonlight against her freckled skin. Her eyes, bigger and bluer than they should be, looked quite panicked over her predicament. Unable to help myself, my eyes trailed a path down her curvy body. She was not quite as slender as I had originally surmised. Not that I minded, I would take voluptuous over too skinny any day.

Purchase The Islander for just $1.99 at New Line Press.com, All Romance eBooks, Book Strand, Amazon Kindle (US, UK, Germany), Barnes and Noble, 1 Place for Romance, Apple iTunes

 

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