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A New Shorty, Contest, and a Question… (Contest)
Friday, March 27th, 2015

UPDATE: The winner of this contest is…Ilona!

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Thanks for your help earlier this week with deciding which cover we should use for the Viking book. The authors had too many opinions, and I thought, why not ask readers? You tend to make more instinctual choices than we do, because we way overthink. 🙂

So it’s Friday….! Yup. New shorty. This one was in Penthouse magazine! If you look at the Penthouse cover below, it’s the “Raunchy Road Trip.” Such a proud moment. 🙂 And the story has some naughty, light S&M. Remember, it’s free to KU readers and just $0.99 for everyone else. I hope you’ll pick it up. Click on the cover to check it out on Amazon!

The Long Ride Home

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Ride along with two soldiers, just returned from war, who find sweet release in the long ride home…

Note: This book was previously published in Penthouse Magazine and the Duty and Desire anthology, but has been revised and expanded.

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Excerpt:

Glancing toward Sergeant Maddox, I noted the hard edge of his jaw, the hand wrapped so tight around the steering wheel that the muscles in his forearm tensed. I didn’t have to crawl inside his head to know he didn’t want me there. So why had he told me to get in?

Was he attracted, too, but reluctant to act on it because he was still my superior? Like I’d ever tell a soul. He should have known me better than that. We’d been through hell together, and yet I’d never presumed on the bond, never asked for favors.

Did he want me to make the first move so he’d know my expectations, know just how far I wanted this to go? I smiled at the thought of all the fantasies I’d stored up over the months. And I was finally here–alone with a man who was still feeling edgy and angry.

Maybe I could help him out a bit. And maybe, he’d see me as more than a fellow soldier who’d shared the bench seat of a deuce-and-a-half truck a time or two. One I’d been driving when he’d had to talk me through a hail of gunfire as our transport convoy had come under attack.Penthouse

I unbuckled my belt, ignoring his deep frown. I turned in the seat and reached for the buttons of his jacket, flicking them open then parting each side.

He didn’t say a thing, but his nostrils flared, his jaw sawed tighter.

I gripped the front of his t-shirt, bunched it in my hand, and tugged it from his ACU trousers.

His stomach jumped, and he sucked it in, making just enough room for me to get my fingers behind the waistband as I unbuckled, unbuttoned and tugged down the zip.

“Dammit, Hollister,” he said, his voice rough as gravel. “You’re gonna get us both killed.”

“Not if you keep your eyes on the road,” I said, tilting up my chin. Then I leaned over his lap, folded down the elastic band of his boxer briefs and pulled his cock upright.

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The Contest

Leave an answer to the following question in the comments and you’ll be entered to win a copy of any of the shorties in the Amazon carousel below EXCEPT The Long Ride Home. That one, I hope you’ll purchase on your own!

 

If you wrote a naughty story for Penthouse,
which friend or relative could you never tell?

11 comments to “A New Shorty, Contest, and a Question… (Contest)”

  1. Elaine Swinney
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 7:40 am · Link

    The older of my two brothers….very religious and wouldn’t understand it at all…… 🙂 It wouldn’t go over well at all!!!! LOL



  2. Delilah
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 7:51 am · Link

    LOL!! I have a preacher uncle and my grandma I wouldn’t dare tell!



  3. ButtonsMom2003
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 11:43 am · Link

    My best friend back home. I love her dearly but she is born again and really wouldn’t understand this. It still amazes me that we are so different and yet we were so close (not so much since I retired and moved away).

    I loved The Long Ride Home! Don’t enter me in the contest; I have all your shorties. 🙂



  4. ilona
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 12:36 pm · Link

    My late husband’s youngest sibling. She’s an ‘I’m better than the rest of you’ type with very puritanical tendencies.

    On the other hand all five of my kids would probably go out and buy lots of copies and pass them around their friends 😀



  5. Debbie Watson
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 5:07 pm · Link

    My grandmother! !



  6. Juanita Decuir
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 5:38 pm · Link

    Delilah, I would not tell any of my family members, they are not even interested in my Facebook page, my mom think’s my page is disgusting and full of crap…I would share my stories with friends but, sadly not family.



  7. Amber Kuehn
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 6:30 pm · Link

    None of them! you don’t know my family!



  8. Cynthia
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 9:59 pm · Link

    i would never tell my teenage children!



  9. Becky Ward
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    · March 27th, 2015 at 10:41 pm · Link

    I wouldn’t tell of any of my relatives.



  10. Daun Ann Korty
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    · March 28th, 2015 at 9:48 pm · Link

    My bestie co-worker. She wouldn’t understand. Folks would be proud. 😯



  11. Delilah
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    · April 3rd, 2015 at 8:05 am · Link

    Love the answers, everyone! The winner of this contest is…Ilona! Congrats, I’ll be in contact shortly to arrange delivery of your prize!