It’s out! My newest erotica ebook is available: Forbidden Desires: A Step Brother Story.
Check out the summary:
Kara’s never thought twice about her step brother, Brad, until she notices his profile on a dating website her roommate signed her up for. Their parents haven’t been married long, and she only met him once, but he came across as a bit too confident.
One night at home, she discovers that her roommate has been messaging him on a different account. Her roommate forgot to log out before she went to work, and the temptation to message Brad pretending to be her roommate is too much to pass up. Maybe that would give her a safe way to tell him her forbidden thoughts about him. What could go wrong?
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If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.
Forbidden Desires: A Step Brother Story
“No way, Crystal. I’m not doing that,” Kara said as she shook her head, letting her brunette curls bounce around her face for emphasis. Her roommate was insistent.
“Seriously, it’s not like you’re asking the world to marry you. It’s just a dating profile. You guys broke up over a year ago. You should move on…even your mom got married, and she’s old.”
“My mom isn’t old, and there’s no way I’m going to find a quality future husband on a website where people post pictures of their–”
“Whoa, no one is asking you to post pics like that.” Crystal laughed. “You just put up a normal profile pic, and I’ll help you weed through the creeps. Come on, please?”
Kara sighed, knowing that Crystal would never give up on this. She’d been trying to push blind dates, singles events in town, and even sex toys on her. Giving her this one “yes” could ease up on the other offers, and that was enough to make her finally agree. With an exaggerated roll of her eyes, Kara smiled at her overexcited roommate and braced herself for the tight hug and squeal that followed.
“Oh my God. Okay, here’s where we start. We’re definitely using the pic of you at our housewarming party when you let me pick out your dress, because wow. Your boobs were up to here.” Crystal held a level hand up to her chin. Kara laughed and let her trail off about all the topics she should definitely mention on her bio and interests section.
Kara had no expectations of the site actually finding her love, but the more Crystal talked about it, and the various encounters with men she’d met with, she learned love wasn’t exactly the focal point. She’d watched Crystal change men as often as she’d changed her hair, and this month, her lavender bob was the fourth hairstyle.
She’d gotten used to seeing her confident roommate saunter in at all hours of the night with a man she would define as the hottest guy she’d ever seen and forget about him as soon as she went to work at the call center late the next morning. With Kara’s job as a boutique manager, she knew there was no possible way to keep up with a lifestyle that lively.
Finding love hadn’t been a priority for her in the past year. When Jackson broke up with her the weekend before her birthday, she was crushed. They’d been together since high school, and everyone had speculated that the big question would be popped soon, but instead she was greeted with a somber face and a letter. He’d told her that he wrote the letter so that she would always have a part of him…unfortunately it wasn’t the faithful part.
Kara remembered being less angry about the cheating and more angry that he thought it was all okay because he was “man enough to be honest” with her. When it had ended, the feelings of distrust lingered, making the idea of getting her heart broken again too real for her to risk.
Living with Crystal had really helped push her out of her comfort zone and kept her from hiding in her room to collect books and cats. Crystal couldn’t have been more different, but after they’d been roommates in college for a semester, it was an opposites attraction in the best way. Kara helped Crystal tone down her appearance for job interviews, while Crystal helped Kara avoid being an introvert and a hoarder of fantasy novels.
“You got your first message already!” Crystal shouted from the living room.
(End of sample)
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