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Guest Blogger: Berengaria Brown
Monday, November 19th, 2012

So the company I work for sent me to a resort for a week….

There I was surrounded by half-naked delicious men lying beside one of the swimming pools or wandering through the gardens. There were two different restaurants and a pool-side bar as well, with every imaginable kind of yummy food.

The sun shone brightly every day and the staff were amazingly friendly and helpful.

I bet you’re all jealous of me, right? Ready to turn bitchy and scratch my eyes out with jealousy?

Well don’t bother. I was wearing a prim, navy blue business suit, with the jacket buttoned up, hunched over a table, stuck in meetings for sixteen hours a day and too exhausted to do much more than have a shower, a meal, and sleep the other eight. I only got to swim in the pool once the whole time I was there and that was on the last day, because I figured I could sleep on the plane going home.

But instead of sleeping on my flight home, I got to thinking, “What if?” and “Resort Romance” was born.

Imogen agrees to accompany Gage and Liam to a resort for a week’s vacation and some extra hot ménage sex. The gardens are beautiful, the meals are delicious and the facilities are excellent, especially the three swimming pools. The men are delicious too, but Gage is bossy and Imogen is not going to be anyone’s sex toy.

But the men are awfully yummy and Imogen is having a wonderful time. Until Gage makes a few autocratic decisions which remind Imogen of her manipulative father. Then Imogen has to decide whether the best orgasms of her life are worth risking potential heartbreak.

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11 comments to “Guest Blogger: Berengaria Brown”

  1. berengaria brown
    · November 19th, 2012 at 6:57 am · Link

    Thank you for hosting me today, Delilah.

  2. Fedora
    · November 19th, 2012 at 12:14 pm · Link

    LOL! I’m sorry your trip wasn’t quite the relaxing jaunt it might have been, but I’m happy your “what ifs” spawned such a fantastic sounding story! Thanks, Berengaria!

  3. Anne
    · November 19th, 2012 at 1:39 pm · Link

    If I were ever lucky enough to go to a resort for work, I’d stay on my own dime for a couple of days using vacation time. At least the air was covered.

    I loved to met someone like Gage and liam on my next vacation, but it’s usually old geezers.

  4. Stacy Wilson
    · November 19th, 2012 at 3:35 pm · Link

    I do so love your books, sugar!! This one sounds hawt!

    Stacy Wilson

    dragn_lady at yahoo dot com

  5. berengaria brown
    · November 19th, 2012 at 3:43 pm · Link

    Thank you, Fedora.
    Oh, Anne, I so should have done that and stayed on!
    Thank you, Stacy.

  6. Mickey M (m-square)
    · November 19th, 2012 at 11:09 pm · Link

    i love the “reasons” for “Resort Romance!” Why? Because I have been on similiar conferences, wearing those fashionable suits, enjoying the same lovely entertainments. What a joy it would have been to find an alternative….

  7. berengaria brown
    · November 20th, 2012 at 12:11 am · Link

    Thank you, Mickey. Next time we’ll run way to the swimming pool together.

  8. ELF
    · November 24th, 2012 at 4:19 am · Link

    Sounds like a much better way to spend time at a resort, lol.

  9. berengaria brown
    · November 24th, 2012 at 7:19 am · Link

    Thank you for dropping by, Elf.

  10. Z
    · November 25th, 2012 at 9:24 pm · Link

    Berengaria, too bad you didn’t get to relax more, why do they send you to such a nice place and not let you relax more!!!! I’d rather be sent someplace boring!! Like the idea for your story though.

  11. berengaria brown
    · November 26th, 2012 at 2:49 am · Link

    Hi Z,
    It would have been much better if I could have tried out all the swimming pools but it was nice to see the resort.

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