Weekend Writing Warriors for Oct 15

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Welcome to my snippet for Weekend Writing Warriors for this week. It’s where writers post 8 – 10 line snippets of their work for others to read and comment. When you have finished here I hope you will go along to see what other writers are saying. (www.wewriwa.com)

This is the final snippet from my latest book, Out of the Darkness. I shall be absent from the site for the next few weeks while I catch up on my writing. Plus I have some health issues that need sorting. But rest assured, I will be back.

Marianne has met William on the flight from London to New York, and their affair begins in William’s hotel after he persuades her to stay with him, rather than go to her own hotel. It is a little “cheekier” than previous snippets, but not (I hope) too erotic for your tastes. They are about to go down for dinner.

“The only improvement I want to make is for you to remove your panties and give them to me.”

I didn’t demur, and slipped off the scrap of lace and satin that passed for panties in my world, and handed them to William, who placed them in his pocket.

“Now, lead the way to the elevator please.”

I knew why he had me walk ahead. It was so he could get a good look at my undulating bottom, with the silk dress sliding gracefully up and down with each step. In the empty elevator, he drew me close to him and I could feel his hardness against my body. He put both hands on my bottom and pulled up the back of my dress until his hands were resting on my bare cheeks. After a gentle stroke, he dropped the back of the dress until I was again covered. It was only as I stepped out of the elevator that I noticed the small security camera in the corner. The sight of my bare bottom probably made someone’s day.

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Out of the Darkness is an erotic romance, with elements of Dominance/submission between the characters involved. But it is basically the familiar story of a woman’s search for a man who will love her, and she him. Out of respect for the other writers, I am not including much erotica. If you want to read spicier extracts, go to the FB page for this book.(https://www.facebook.com/outofthedarknessnovel/)

She is one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world.

She is living every young girl’s dream.

But sometimes the dream and the reality don’t match up.

The missing father; the predatory stepfather; the abusive lover; they all let her down.

Then she meets the man of her dreams – but fate is cruel and she is left alone again…

… until a powerful and charismatic Dom, who excites her like no other man before, steps into her life.

Is he the man she has been seeking her whole life? Will he show her the way out of the darkness and into the loving, submissive relationship she has always craved?

This book is now out on Amazon at:

Amazon US             http://amzn.to/2fP9rnL

Amazon UK               http://amzn.to/2w5qE2r

Amazon Canada       http://amzn.to/2uTiHcW

Amazon Australia     http://amzn.to/2uTtfsG

She lived every young girl_s dream IDarkness Twitter 4).

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The Mistress – a short, erotic story

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He always comes at seven, on Tuesdays and Thursdays—unless he has to attend a function with his wife. Occasionally, when she’s out of town, he telephones and we arrange another meeting. It’s always at my home. We can never go out together. He’s too well known. Tuesday is his wife’s bridge night, and Thursday she spends with the daughter and grandchildren from her former marriage. They have no children together.

I suppose people would think me foolish to settle for just a two or three nights weekly relationship. Others would condemn me for coming between a man and his wife. But actually I came into his life before her. We’ve been together for fifteen years, but they have only been married for seven years. He tells me that he doesn’t love her—that they are together for business reasons—but I expect that is what most men tell their mistresses.

He also says that they no longer have sex—don’t in fact even share a bedroom. I have to take his word for that, as I’ve never visited their home. I’ve seen them out together, and it’s true that I never witness any sign of affection or love between them. They frequently stand apart, and never give each other secret looks as lovers often do. She’s heavily involved in charity work and he accompanies her to functions as her escort.

Yes, its true that he pays me, so I know what that makes me in the eyes of the world. But I swear I’ve never had sex for money with anyone else my whole life. He pays the rent on my apartment and I have an allowance from him that enables me to live without working. My whole existence consists of preparing for him and being with him.

His sexual needs are great. He tells me that I’m the only one who understands this, and who can provide for those needs. Maybe so. It’s possible that he visits other people as well as me, but I don’t think so. He’s a wealthy man, but even so, paying for two mistresses in London would be exorbitant. Besides, he’s so well known that he would find it difficult to keep the secret. It’s hard enough keeping my existence hidden.

He’s coming this evening. I must hurry or he’ll punish me for not being ready. Of course he’ll punish me anyway, for something, so it hardly matters if I add to the score. He knows I crave his firm hand and my needs are as strong as his own. I climb out of the bathtub and put on a robe and a towel around my wet hair. There will be no need to dress. He’ll only rip my clothes off and I can’t afford to keep buying new ones.

I dry my hair in my bedroom, sitting in front of the dressing table mirror. He loves my chestnut coloured hair, which is long and thick and a little wild. He calls it gypsy hair. My mother used to hate brushing the tangles from it and tried to persuade me to have it cut short. But I resisted. He once told me that if I were to cut my hair, he would lock me in a room and not let me leave until my hair was long again.

I must hurry. He’ll be here in five minutes. I dab a single spot of perfume on my throat. He doesn’t like me heavily perfumed. The faint small of gardenias hits my nose. It reminds me of a plant he bought me many years ago, the fragrance from which was an ever-present reminder of him. Sadly it only survived for a few months. I wasn’t at all green-fingered. He never bought me another one, but the following year gave me the perfume, which he replaces from time to time.

I take my violin from its case. I no longer play in public. He forbids it. He is the only one who listens to my music now. He sends me a text the day before his visit, telling me what I must play for him the following day. Today it is to be Chopin, Nocturne No. 20 in C sharp minor. It’s one of my favourites, but I find it unbearably sad—mournful even. I never question him. His choice is final.

One minute before his arrival I hear the single chime from the entrance downstairs. I’ve no need to let him in. He has his own key. The bell is my one-minute warning before performance time. I raise the violin to my chin. My arm is poised with the bow. The second I hear the key in the lock I begin to play. Naked. In the middle of the room. I close my eyes. All as instructed.

I hear the door open and then close, but the carpet muffles any further noise as he advances into the room. My senses are on the edge. My whole body is primed. I tremble with anticipation.

The routine is always the same. He comes into the room and stands a few feet away from me, watching me. I can’t see, but I imagine him to be standing in a dark suit, immaculate as always. He probably has his legs slightly apart and arms folded, with one hand supporting his chin, as he listens to the music. He stands silently like that for a minute or so. I must not speak or open my eyes. I must not stop playing until he grants permission.

“Open your eyes.”

I blink against the light as the late sun, about to set, floods the room. He is standing just as I imagined him, wearing his dark, pinstripe suit with a crisp white shirt and a pale yellow tie. I continue playing. I know better than to stop. He advances and walks around me, observing me from every angle. I feel his warm hand running down my back and over the curve of my bottom. He loves that part of me. His hand remains for a few seconds, gently stroking my skin, before he returns to my front.

I know he wants to beat me, but so far I’ve given him no cause. I deliberately play a false note and I see the twitch of his lip. He knows I want it as much as him. He walks to the mantelpiece where I earlier placed the cane, a slender piece of willow. I continue to play.

The first stroke is a sting across the middle of my bottom, both cheeks. I concentrate hard so as not to interrupt my playing. The next stroke is slightly harder, in the same place. I breathe in sharply as a spasm of excitement shoots through my groin. I know that after just two strokes I’m already wet. He walks around me, striking where he pleases as I desperately try not to miss a note. A particularly hard stroke takes my breath away. From time to time, between strokes, he bends and places a kiss on my shoulder.

“You are so beautiful.”

Then as if to make me pay for the tender words, he will strike me even harder. We follow the same pattern again and again, but neither of us ever tire of it. He has a deep need to inflict pain, and I have a deep need to receive it. We are two sides of the same coin.

I hear a noise behind me. An unusual noise. It sounds like someone gargling. Then comes an almighty thud and I turn instantly. He’s lying on the floor, eyes still open, but his lips are blue and he doesn’t appear to be breathing. I stop playing instantly and drop to my knees beside him. For a moment I’m paralysed from the shock. But I’ve had strict instructions from him for such an event.

He told me once, “I know I am on limited time. My heart is hanging on a delicate thread and could stop at any moment. If it happens while I’m with you, you must not, under any circumstances, call for an ambulance. Just call my wife. She will know what to do.”

I’d promised faithfully, even though my every instinct was to call for help and start pressing on his chest. I reached for the phone and dialled her number. Thankfully she was home.

“It’s me. I…I think he’s gone.”

There was a pause at the other end before she responded.

“Don’t do anything. Leave him where he is. I’ll be there in fifteen minutes.”

I replaced the phone and sat on the sofa, the violin by my side. His body was just a few feet away. His face looked relaxed. The few faint lines that had been around his eyes and mouth had gone. He looked younger than his fifty one years. I was still naked. It didn’t even cross my mind to dress. Perhaps I was in shock.

The downstairs doorbell rang and I got up to press the button to open the front door. This would be my last moment alone with him. I knelt down by his side. Bending over him I kissed him gently on the lips and murmured to him.

“Goodbye, my darling. We had a wonderful time didn’t we? I’m glad you were with me, doing what we both enjoyed, when it happened.”

The bell on the apartment door went. I stood and walked to let her in. I made no attempt to hide my body with its stripes, already turning a little blue. Let her see what I was to him. I didn’t care.

When I opened the door we looked at each other for a few seconds before I stood aside to let her in. She seemed a little older than when I’d last seen her, but was still very attractive. She had never knowingly seen me before, although I had once attended the ballet and spotted them across the room.

She walked over to where her husband lay, going down on to her knees to check for a pulse; perhaps to satisfy herself that he really had gone. She turned to look at me, probably taking note of the livid stripes over my body.

“I can see what he had been doing when he had the heart attack. You know that he didn’t want resuscitating, don’t you?”

“Yes, he told me. He made me promise.”

“He knew it was just a matter of time. There was nothing they could do for him. He would have hated old age anyway.”

She stood up. “Now my dear we must call for an ambulance, or they will accuse us of deliberately withholding help. You must get dressed. Thankfully he is still fully clothed.”

She picked up the cane from the floor. “Take this and hide it in your bedroom. When the ambulance arrives we must tell them that my husband and I are friends of yours. We came to visit you and he collapsed and died. There is no reason for them to suspect anything. My husband wasn’t ashamed of his habits, but we don’t want the indignity of his picture being on the front page of the gutter press, do we?”

I nodded and did as she suggested. I wasn’t sure I wanted to be thought of as one of her husband’s habits, but I understood her wish to preserve his dignity. Being on the front page of the paper didn’t worry me in the slightest. I would never apologise for my lifestyle, but I understood about her need to protect his image.

In less than an hour the ambulance had been and gone, followed by the undertaker’s hearse. It was difficult seeing him carried away on a trolley, encased in a body bag, but I held myself together. His wife took care of everything.

After they had left she sat down beside me on the sofa. I was in awe of how clinically efficient she had been, while I was on the verge of tears.

“You must hate me, and yet you’re so calm.”

She put her hand on my shoulder. “I don’t hate you in the slightest. I knew all about you. My husband told me everything before we were married. Ours was a marriage of convenience. My sexual tastes lie far away from anything he could provide.”

I must have looked very surprised, for she carried on talking. “I was glad he had you. It would have been very lonely for him otherwise. He couldn’t risk going to—you know—professionals, for this sort of behaviour. There was always the danger of blackmail and bad publicity.”

“Oh,” was all I could say. All the years I had known him, and he never told me this. What had he told her about me? It was as though she was reading my mind.

“I know you weren’t doing this for the money—well not entirely, anyway. I know that what he gave you was something you craved from him. Am I right?”

I nodded. The tears began to flow down my cheeks. How would I manage without him? She put her arm around my shoulder and drew me towards her, holding me tight while I cried for the loss of her husband.

When I’d finished she looked down at my tearstained face for several seconds. Time stood still. She bent her head and kissed me gently on the lips. I didn’t pull away. I felt secure and comforted. She kissed me again, and this time I kissed her back.

“Don’t worry, my dear. I’ll take care of you. I’ll give you what you need.” I nodded and relaxed into her warm embrace.

 

Here is a link to the Chopin piece if you would like to listen.

Weekend Writing Warriors for Oct 8

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Welcome once again to a snippet of my work for Weekend Writing Warriors (www.wewriwa.com) where a group of writers post 8 – 10 line snippets of their work for others to read and comment. When you have finished here, please pop along and see what other writers are sharing.

I am still sharing excerpts from my last book, Out of the Darkness, an erotic romance (mainly because I don’t have anything else ready to show you yet! I’m a bit slow in writing.) I am continuing from last week’s snippet, where the man she meets at the airport says “As someone once said, very few men on their deathbed say that they wished they had spent more time at the office—is that not true, Marianne?” Marianne responds:

“Yes, you’re right. My father worked himself into an early grave and never got the chance to enjoy the fruits of his labor.”

That was a lie, because I never knew my father. For all I knew, he could be the British Prime Minister. But it just seemed the right thing to say at the time, and for some years I had talked to people about this fantasy father, as though it was more acceptable to have had a father and lost him, than never to have had a father at all. Perhaps it was the lack of a father that made me search for a fatherly figure in my life; a search that had only brought fleeting happiness so far.

“Oh, I work hard, but I play hard, too. Do you play hard, Marianne?”

I shivered and half turned in my seat to look at his face. Sure enough, there was the glint in the eye and the almost imperceptible facial expression that I had seen before, and I knew that he was a Dominant.

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Out of the Darkness is an erotic romance, with elements of Dominance/submission between the characters involved. But it is basically the familiar story of a woman’s search for a man who will love her, and she him. Out of respect for the other writers, I am not including much erotica. If you want to read spicier extracts, go to the FB page for this book.(https://www.facebook.com/outofthedarknessnovel/)

She is one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world.

She is living every young girl’s dream.

But sometimes the dream and the reality don’t match up.

The missing father; the predatory stepfather; the abusive lover; they all let her down.

Then she meets the man of her dreams – but fate is cruel and she is left alone again…

… until a powerful and charismatic Dom, who excites her like no other man before, steps into her life.

Is he the man she has been seeking her whole life? Will he show her the way out of the darkness and into the loving, submissive relationship she has always craved?

This book is now out on Amazon at:

Amazon US             http://amzn.to/2fP9rnL

Amazon UK               http://amzn.to/2w5qE2r

Amazon Canada       http://amzn.to/2uTiHcW

Amazon Australia     http://amzn.to/2uTtfsG

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Another Hot Night in Havana – a short story

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She danced alone, swaying her hips to the erotic samba rhythm. It was hot, so hot—both her and the temperature of the steamy tropical night. Her eyes were closed in complete indifference to the people surrounding her as sweat trickled down her chest and into the deep channel between her luscious breasts. I was mesmerized, as were all the men in the room. I wanted to lick the droplets of sweat from her naked breasts and press my body against her undulating hips. Her nipples were standing out beneath the flimsy dress that barely covered her and I yearned to take them in my mouth as I explored the sweet cheeks of her bottom with my hands.

“Forget it.”

I turned sideways to where an old man was sitting, alone like me.

“She’ll take you out back and make sweet love to you, sure. But you’ll come back minus your wallet, believe me.”

I turned back towards the woman, whose hands were now pressed against her thighs, pulling the dress further up her legs. It seemed to me that she was inviting me in, drawing my eyes to her smooth, shapely legs. I turned back towards the old man.

“Believe me, I know. I was here last summer. She had the lot—driver’s licence, five hundred dollars, credit card. This time I came with a cheap plastic wallet and a hundred bucks. She’s welcome to that. For that body of hers I’d willingly lose it.”

I stood to walk towards the woman, my body pulsing with need, but was stopped by a hand on my shoulder. It was the old man.

“Sorry, buddy. For a hundred you don’t even get within five yards of her.”

It seemed she now had a ‘minder’ and he was calling the shots.

“So what would it take to have a private dance with her, somewhere nearby? Just the two of us?”

He looked me up and down—no doubt assessing me to see how much money he could squeeze from me.

“You’ll need a lot more than a hundred bucks, buddy. You can have a half hour for two-fifty. And I stand outside the door in case you’re trouble.”

I looked again at the voluptuous beauty just a few yards away, weighing up whether I wanted to spend the other money I’d stashed in my sock. I decided to play the long game.

“Not sure I want to pay that price. I’ll just buy me a drink and watch her dance.”

I moved to a table next to the dance floor, and ordered a whisky.

The girl still had her eyes closed, but she sashayed a little closer to my table, clearly aware of my presence. I doubted that she would remember me. A hundred guys had probably passed this way since I was last here.

She turned away from me so I could see her firm, round bottom undulating beneath the dress. I refrained from the temptation of reaching out and touching her, not keen on being thrown onto the street, probably with a broken nose. She was clearly advertising her wares and I was becoming uncomfortably aware of her effect on me.

The man sidled up to the table, keen to make a deal.

“Special rate, since you had a bad experience last time. Let’s say two hundred bucks, and I’ll throw in an extra ten minutes too.”

I turned to look at the old man, who was unshaven and dressed in frayed jeans and a slightly grubby white t-shirt. He didn’t look like a pimp. I shook my head.

“Nah! I’ll just watch tonight. Maybe I’ll come back tomorrow.”

The man looked disappointed, but backed away. I ordered a second whisky and leaned back in the chair. The music changed to yet another Latin rhythm. The fan above the dance floor rotated slowly, as though it too was worn out by the heat. It barely even moved the air.

The woman opened her eyes and looked straight into mine. She smiled gently with plump, luscious lips that I pictured clamped around my hardening cock, before turning away once again. She seemed to know that her rear view was mesmerising to me—her selling point. I wondered if she would let me spank her. I could almost hear the crisp crack of my hand contacting that lovely bottom.

The man returned. This time he looked a little desperate.

“Okay, you win. Times are hard. A hundred dollars for a half hour.”

I nodded my acceptance.

“Follow me.”

I followed the man through a door and down a corridor to a small room whose only furniture was a bed, a chair and a sink in the corner. He stood in the doorway as I surveyed the room. The sheets looked clean, at least.

He held out his hand. “Money up front. She’ll be along in a minute.”

I took the hundred dollars from my wallet and handed it over. The man counted it and left, closing the door behind him. I wondered if I’d been a fool. There was no guarantee the girl would come.

Oh she came all right. The door opened and she leaned against the door frame, the sweat of her dancing making her dress cling to her body.

“Hi, honey. I heard you wanted to see me.”

She smiled—a gloriously full smile, revealing a perfect set of white teeth, and walked towards me, sashaying those hips and making me instantly hard. The anticipation sent an electric current through my body. I was in for a treat.

She closed the door behind her and came to meet me. I found my voice at last. “You looked so sexy on the dance floor.”

She smiled. “I try my best. You got the money?”

I was startled. “I already paid the old man.”

“What old man? I don’t have a pimp. I’m strictly a lone operator. It’s one hundred and fifty for half an hour, two hundred dollars for an hour.”

I groaned inwardly. Not again! I really was a sucker. But I reached down to my sock for my reserve supply. There wasn’t a chance I was going to leave now. I handed over two hundred dollars. I planned to get my money’s worth.

Weekend Writing Warriors for Oct 1

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Welcome again to the weekly blog where a group of writers get together and share snippets of 8 – 10 lines from their work, for others to read and comment. Once you have seen mine, why not pop along to the site (www.wewriwa.com) to see what others have written.

I am again taking an excerpt from my book Out of the Darkness, an erotic romance. Marianne, a beautiful and successful model appears to have a charmed life, but has faced struggles that are often overlooked by those who envy her success and lifestyle. She longs to find love, and someone who won’t let her down, as other men have done. One day, when she is in her mid-twenties, she meets a man in the First Class departure lounge, waiting for her New York flight. She feels drawn to him immediately. (Slight punctuation amendment to fit the rules.)

“So, Marianne, what takes you to New York, work or pleasure? Or perhaps the two come together for you.”

“Mainly work, although I am hoping to do a little shopping while I’m there. And you—work, I suppose?”

“Yes, but I never overlook the need for a little pleasure too. Life is too short for all work and no play. As someone once said, very few men on their deathbed say that they wished they had spent more time at the office—is that not true, Marianne?”

I loved the way he looked directly at my face as he spoke my name, even though he was sitting alongside. He gave me his complete attention, unlike many men who seemed to look everywhere but my face when they were talking to me. I often thought I should have a second pair of eyes on my breasts, so men could look at both at the same time.

So has Marianne finally found the man she has been looking for?

She lived every young girl_s dream IDarkness Twitter 4).

Out of the Darkness is an erotic romance, with elements of Dominance/submission between the characters involved. But it is basically the familiar story of a woman’s search for a man who will love her, and she him. Out of respect for the other writers, I am not including much erotica. If you want to read spicier extracts, go to the FB page for this book.(https://www.facebook.com/outofthedarknessnovel/)

She is one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world.

She is living every young girl’s dream.

But sometimes the dream and the reality don’t match up.

The missing father; the predatory stepfather; the abusive lover; they all let her down.

Then she meets the man of her dreams – but fate is cruel and she is left alone again…

… until a powerful and charismatic Dom, who excites her like no other man before, steps into her life.

Is he the man she has been seeking her whole life? Will he show her the way out of the darkness and into the loving, submissive relationship she has always craved?

This book is now out on Amazon at:

Amazon US             http://amzn.to/2fP9rnL

Amazon UK               http://amzn.to/2w5qE2r

Amazon Canada       http://amzn.to/2uTiHcW

Amazon Australia     http://amzn.to/2uTtfsG

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Weekend Writing Warriors for Sept 24

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Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where a group of authors get together to share a snippet from their work, for others to read and comment. When you’ve done here, why not pop over and read other people’s snippets. There are some excellent writers, in all genres, who contribute. (www.wewriwa.com)

I am staying with my recent release, Out of the Darkness, an erotic romance. I am leaving the burgeoning romance of last week, and jumping ahead a few years. Sadly the romance between Marianne and Chad is over. Marianne is alone again and ruminates on her life so far. (Slight punctuation changes to conform to rules.)

I’m not sure that even I know the real me. My life had changed so often since I’d been ‘discovered’ at the tender age of fifteen, while walking down the King’s Road in Chelsea, and within two years I was pictured on the covers of all the glossy magazines. It all happened so quickly—one day I was a fairly ordinary London schoolgirl, and the next I was travelling the world and being wined and dined by the world’s glitterati. Then there were the men—mostly, they were older, successful and wealthy men who bought me champagne and dinner and then thought they owned me. Some of them were very powerful, men you would not want to cross for fear of the consequences. A few were kind, but many were not. I sometimes wondered if the fault lay with me. Did I do or say things to attract the wrong type of man? Did I give off the wrong vibes, or was I simply unlucky? I had no idea.

Anticipation is the key Man alone

Out of the Darkness is an erotic romance, with elements of Dominance/submission between the characters involved. But it is basically the familiar story of a woman’s search for a man who will love her, and she him. Out of respect for the other writers, I am not including much erotica. If you want to read spicier extracts, go to the FB page for this book.(https://www.facebook.com/outofthedarknessnovel/)

She is one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world.

She is living every young girl’s dream.

But sometimes the dream and the reality don’t match up.

The missing father; the predatory stepfather; the abusive lover; they all let her down.

Then she meets the man of her dreams – but fate is cruel and she is left alone again…

… until a powerful and charismatic Dom, who excites her like no other man before, steps into her life.

Is he the man she has been seeking her whole life? Will he show her the way out of the darkness and into the loving, submissive relationship she has always craved?

This book is now out on Amazon at:

Amazon US             http://amzn.to/2fP9rnL

Amazon UK               http://amzn.to/2w5qE2r

Amazon Canada       http://amzn.to/2uTiHcW

Amazon Australia     http://amzn.to/2uTtfsG

Oh I work hard..backless dress Twitter

Weekend Writing Warriors for Sept 17

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Welcome again to the regular weekly slot for Weekend Writing Warriors, where authors leave snippets between 8 and 10 lines of their work, for others to read and comment. When you have done here, why not go to see what other writers are contributing. (www.wewriwa.com)

I am continuing with my latest release, Out of the Darkness. Marianne, a top model with a poor track record of picking men, meets a photographer called Chad. Their attraction for each other is immediate. They discover that they both come from the same part of London, although Chad is quite a lot older.

“We were practically neighbors then. I was brought up at Manor House, just up the road—although, I have to say that you left Finsbury Park before I was even born.”

“You really know how to flatter a guy, don’t you,” he said dryly. “Let him know how ancient he is when he is in the presence of probably one of the most desirable women in New York right now.”

I laughed. “Oh, I don’t buy into all that crap. I’m the face of the moment. Pretty soon, there will be a younger and prettier girl to take my place. Then someone will spot me and see a couple of wrinkles on my face and say, ‘Didn’t that used to be Marianne Delaney? Boy, she sure has let herself go, hasn’t she?'”

 

Out of the Darkness is an erotic romance, with elements of Dominance/submission between the characters involved. But it is basically the familiar story of a woman’s search for a man who will love her, and she him. Out of respect for the other writers, I am not including much erotica. If you want to read spicier extracts, go to the FB page for this book.(https://www.facebook.com/outofthedarknessnovel/)

She lived every young girl_s dream IDarkness Twitter 4).

I wrote this for last week, intending to post in York, where I went for a weekend writing festival. Unfortunately internet access was difficult and I was having too much fun anyway on Saturday night to post! So I am afraid that I missed the deadline. I am away again this weekend, but will do my best to get to you—but might not be until early next week. I’m taking Dad to his Royal Marines Reunion. 

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She is one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world.

She is living every young girl’s dream.

But sometimes the dream and the reality don’t match up.

The missing father; the predatory stepfather; the abusive lover; they all let her down.

Then she meets the man of her dreams – but fate is cruel and she is left alone again…

… until a powerful and charismatic Dom, who excites her like no other man before, steps into her life.

Is he the man she has been seeking her whole life? Will he show her the way out of the darkness and into the loving, submissive relationship she has always craved?

This book is now out on Amazon at:

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