It’s out! My newest erotica ebook is ready to be unleashed to the public: Lesbian Poker Night.
Place your bets everyone. This story is a saucy read about a poker night with a lot on the line. Check out the summary:
“Poker, chicken wings, and bragging rights…what could be better than that? Add a lesbian rendezvous and you have your answer.
Mina and Tiffany have had their eye on Chloe for some time. She is blonde and beautiful–who wouldn’t? Promising to introduce her to their mutual friend Alex, they bring her to the apartment for a poker night.
What begins as a clean game of poker quickly turns into strip poker, and with every article of clothing removed comes a less inhibited Chloe. Mina takes things a step further, hoping Chloe will follow along, but in this game of high stakes, all three of them could turn out to be a winner.”
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I want to give a huge thanks to everyone on my Launch Team, who are invaluable for their feedback. And of course, thank you to all my readers for all your support. I had a lot of fun writing this one, and I can’t wait for the next.
If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.
Lesbian Poker Night
It was the first time Mina had tried the teriyaki flavor. She pushed around the last few pieces on her plate, not feeling very impressed. She’d sampled everything else on their menu, so naturally it was the next thing to try. With how hard Tiffany lobbied for it, she should have known better.
As if on cue, Tiffany sipped the last of her soda and kept slurping through the straw. There was clearly nothing left. Even though the teriyaki had been her idea, she chose the sweet and sour flavor instead. Perhaps she wanted to use Mina as a test subject. She couldn’t remember whose idea it was to go to Southside Mall, but the selection at its food court was pretty lousy. It was either that, the taco place, or sub sandwiches.
“How is it?” Tiffany asked.
Mina neatly folded her napkin on the table top. “Wanna trade?”
“No thanks. I’m almost finished.”
Mina was about to point out how they both were when the phone in front of Chloe vibrated against the table. She wished her phone vibrated that strongly, especially when she stuck it in the convenient place between her legs while driving. Maybe that would take distracted driving a little too far.
Chloe had a piece of steamed broccoli poised near her mouth when her eyes darted to the phone. Usually, she was the first to reach for it whenever she received a message. Her other hand remained in her lap, as if she firmly intended to keep it there.
“Have you seen the new shoe store?” Mina asked. “I thought I saw boots in the window. We should check it out.”
Tiffany dipped a piece of chicken in a dark red sauce. “I heard about it. It’s the first new store we’ve seen in this mall for months. I was afraid they’d bring in another mattress store or something.”
“I wouldn’t mind if they had another salon. There’s a lady at this one who has no idea what she’s doing. I’m pretty sure she got her training by dog grooming.”
“Did she put a bow on you?” Tiffany asked.
Mina laid the fork across her plate. “She might as well have. Would you like that? A pretty pink bow?”
Tiffany flashed her a knowing smile. “I wouldn’t mind a pretty pink something.”
“I’m sure that can be arranged,” Mina said. She glanced over to Chloe to see if she’d noticed. She hadn’t, sharing time between eating and staring at her lifeless phone. Sooner or later, she’d pick up on the subtlety. She couldn’t keep her virgin ears forever. It surprised Mina that her friend had lasted this long.
This time, everyone jerked when the phone’s vibration rattled the table again. After the second round, and when Chloe made no move for it, Mina stabbed one of her fingernails in its direction. “Aren’t you going to answer that?”
Chloe reached for the phone and flipped the switch on the side without looking at the screen. “There.”
Mina raised an eyebrow. “Someone sure wants to get ahold of you.”
Leaning back in her chair, Chloe’s chest rose and fell. “It’s this guy I’m dating. Or rather, the guy I used to date. I caught him cheating on me, so that’s that.”
“The guy from your college?” Tiffany asked. “I thought you two were going strong.”
Chloe nodded. “I thought so too. It wasn’t even a year, but we had a great connection. Before…all this.”
“Did you catch him in the act?”
“Not exactly. He thought he was messaging her when he asked me to meet him at a hotel.”
Mina pushed the plate away and leaned on her elbows. “How do you know he wasn’t inviting you to a romantic getaway? I haven’t had a guy take me on a romantic trip in forever. Quite literally forever.”
“Because my name isn’t Sylvia.”
Tiffany grimaced. “Ouch. Sorry about that.”
“He’s been trying to call me for days,” Chloe said. “I haven’t answered any of them. Sooner or later, he’ll get the idea.”
“Who names their kid Sylvia these days anyway?” Tiffany reached over and rubbed Chloe’s back in small motions, in between the blonde curls. Tiffany was being good. Usually, she had a difficult time staying above a woman’s waist. Of course, she was being consoling and they were in public, but that was beside the point. Even so, her fingertips seemed to linger an extra moment before they left Chloe’s skin.
“We need to do something to get your mind off that guy,” Mina said. “He’s a loser.”
Tiffany’s eyes widened. “I know! We’ll introduce you to Alex.”
Mina held back a laugh. Tiffany had mentioned wanting to hook her up with Alex but kept forgetting to bring it up. Clearly, she’d found her moment.
Chloe shook her head. “I don’t know. This all happened pretty recently. I’m not sure if I want to meet anyone else right now.”
“It’ll be fun,” Tiffany said. “We could invite him over for a movie night or something.”
Chloe turned. “A movie night? When’s the last time you had a guy come over just for a movie?”
Mina opened her mouth, but nothing came out. A movie and sex, perhaps, she thought. She has a point. “Fine. We’ll do something a guy would like. Poker night. And we’ll all wear bikinis and take turns giving him blowjobs. How’s that?”
“Very funny. I don’t know…I’ll have to think about it.”
Mina stacked everything on her tray and scooted the chair back. “Tell you what, I’ll give Alex a call later tonight to see what he’s got going on. Just keep tomorrow night free.” Even as Mina spoke, Tiffany nodded her head in agreement.
“We’ll see,” Chloe said. She almost forgot her tray, and doubled back to grab it. “Do you want to check out that shoe store now?”
Even though Chloe was usually the follower of the group, she started off in that direction. The other two followed a step behind, and they shared a look. It was obvious that Tiffany ached to make a move on her, but sometimes she needed a nudge of encouragement. But what Mina had planned was more of a shove than a nudge.
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