Category Archives: Erotic Romance

Six Sentence Sunday 39

Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. To find the complete list of very talented writers please click …here  or search the hash tag #sixsunday on twitter.

This week,  we return to our hero, flushed with lust when he meets his ex-lover. Having not seen her for quite some time, he is finding it more of a challenge than he had predicted.

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Without answering, she slowly stood, turning to face me. Inches separating us.

Could she smell my fear?
Maybe. 

Softly cupping my cheek with her hand, she lent in, her warm full lips softly meeting mine.

I think I almost died.

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Read the last 3 snippets for this work in progress, if you would like to catch up:
…..Six Sentence Sunday 36…..Six Sentence Sunday 37…..SIx Sentence Sunday 38

Thank you to everyone who supports my work each week, and a big warm welcome to new readers.

I hope you have enjoyed and will come back again. I value and appreciate your feedback, so if you have the time, please share your thoughts. Remember to play and stay safe.

Six Sentence Sunday 38

Hello and welcome back to Six Sentence Sunday. I have been re arranging my work commitments and I have missed a few Sundays. I don’t like to post if I don’t have the time to enjoy the works of the other authors, so my apologies to you all. To find the complete list of very talented writers please click …here  or search the hash tag #sixsunday on twitter.

This week we pick back up with our hero, frozen. Fear and desire his chains, as he wonders how he can keep her.

Read the last 2 snippet  …..Six Sentence Sunday 36 …….Six Sentence Sunday 37

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I want her flesh. Her soft skin, the blood and bones that form her perfect shape. I want to hear her voice when I wake and as the last soft sounds as I drift off to sleep. I want to know her thoughts. Feel her pulse, and have her fingerprints cover every inch of my body. 

Tentatively I manage, “Can I buy you a drink?”

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Thank you to everyone who supports my work each week and a warm welcome to new readers, I hope you have enjoyed and will come back again.

If your interested in my past posts click Six Sentences, they have been snippets from these works in progress:
Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance       At the Bar

I truly value and appreciate your feedback, so if you have the time, I would love you to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment.Have a happy and healthy weekend, remembering to play and stay safe. xx

Six Sentence Sunday 37

Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter.

This week we pick back up from our hero wanting her so much he couldn’t move.

Read the last snippet here …..Six Sentence Sunday 36

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I had thought over and over what it would be like to see her again. But now, with her hair sweeping over her shoulder and the sweet sound of her voice drugging my thoughts, I was blank. The masterful, seductive comments and sexy manuvers I had been meticulously practising escaped me.

Frozen. Fear, emotion and desire my chains.

How can I keep her?

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance       At the Bar

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Six Sentence Sunday 36

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Happy April 1st everyone, I hope your day is full of cheeky smiles and abundant laughter.

Something new…

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“Did you miss me?” I whispered softly against her cheek.

With a cheeky smile she replied, ‘Wrap your hand around the tendons in my wrists, push into me hard up against the wall and part my thighs with your knee. Then you’ll know how much I missed you.”

In that moment, I wanted her so much, I couldn’t move.

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance     Whisper     At the Bar

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Six Sentence Sunday 35

Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter.

For the last couple of weeks we have joined Anna and Ginger, my two erotic romance heroines, for a drink at a bar where fictional heroes go to relax. They had spotted Ned Jelli, but he had given Anna a look, drilling into her a warning not to approach, so she sent him a drink from across the bar and returned to Ginger at the table.

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‘Not tonight, Josephine,’ laughed Ginger as Anna returned. Forcing a smile she nodded in agreement, then saw the man now sitting at their table.

She slowly sat down, deliberately turning to face him, crossing her legs so the toe of her shoe was only inches away from his leg. ‘Your a very handsome gentleman, and perched there on the edge of your chair, leaning in closely, you’ve made me think you have a secret to share.’

‘Ladies,’ he replied with a twinkle in his eye, ‘I may be a Sixth Form Poet, but fiddle with me and I become a Hot Firm Sexpot.’

Winking at Anna, Ginger exclaimed, ‘ a poet, an anagram, and a very sexy man is indeed something we would LOVE to play with!”

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meet the amazing Sixth Form Poet here 

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance     Whisper     At the Bar

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Six Sentence Sunday 34

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Last week, Anna got caught staring at the broodingly handsome Ned Jelli, while she was standing at the bar thinking about buying him a drink.

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His look was penetrating, harsh, drilling into her a warning. No playful twinkle, or cheeky sly smile to invite her over.

This is most definitely not the right time.

‘Can you please replace that dear gentleman with what he was drinking,’ she asked the barman. ‘And offer him my best wishes with what ever is concerning him.’ She smiled at Ned as the barman served him, and turned slowly to return to Ginger at the table.

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I recommend you meet Ned Jelli – Hello Darkness by Sam de Brito

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance     Whisper

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Six Sentence Sunday 33

Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter.

Last week, my two erotic romance heroines, Anna and Ginger from No Soft Soap were having a drink together. Across the bar they spotted the broodingly handsome Ned Jelli, Sam de Brito‘s character from his latest novel Hello Darkness. Anna had jumped up and decided to buy him a drink.

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She stood at the frosted silver beer taps at the bar; lager, pale ale, pilsner or stout?

First impressions are so important, instinct says beer, but which one?

Nervously she tried to smile, the months of admiring him searing up her spine and threatening to burn away her confidence. Looking over she checked, he was still alone and was almost finished with his drink. She noticed his chisled features, the fine line of stubble on his cheeks, and the shape of his lips, but she was on a mission to find out what was on his mind.

Oh NO! He caught me staring at him.

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my observations of Hello Darkness by Sam de Brito

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance     Whisper

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Six Sentence Sunday 32

Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter.

Something different, the prelude to a post in progress.

This week, my two erotic romance heroines, Anna, whom you know well from my Six Sentence Sunday snippets and Ginger from my not yet finished novel No Soft Soap are having a drink together. Across the bar they spot Ned Jelli, Sam de Brito‘s main character from his latest novel Hello Darkness. Which one will decide to go over and talk to him?

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‘It looks like he’s just had a swim, said Anna, noticing his wet hair matted wild by the sea salt. ‘He’s handsome and broodingly sexy, just standing there, he’s inviting my gaze.’

‘He is the cat’s pyjamas,’ Ginger agreed. Leaning in closer she whispered, ‘Though, I think he looks distracted, rather than out on the prowl. I’d say something is playing on his mind.’

‘Only one way to find out,’ Anna jumped up from the table, grabbing her purse, ‘I’m going to buy him a drink.’

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Pop back next Saturday to discover more about Ned Jelli, Hello Darkness and Sam de Brito. Hopefully Anna manages to discover what makes them tick over a drink.

Max after surfing by Olive Cotton 1937

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance     Whisper

Hello Darkness by Sam de Brito – Observations

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Six Sentence Sunday 31

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This week after Anna and the two men have disappeared upstairs we are listening to the reaction of the administrator of the chess championship. Anna has found a sense of freedom in the arms of her lovers but her fate as the reigning champion is now threatened.

I think this might become a separate chapter or short work and I’ll call it Whisper

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“Did you see her?!” Snarled the the administrator, tapping his pencil until the point snapped. “She’s poison. Bewitching Louie and that other gentleman, forcing them to participate in her sordid charades,” his face crumpling in disgust. ‘It is not the behaviour of a champion. Something must be done.”

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Thank you to everyone who comes over each week and a warm welcome to new readers. I hope you have enjoyed my six today.

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance


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Take care and I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Play and Stay Safe.

Six Sentence Sunday 30

Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter.

More from Drawing Chance, Anna is still blindfolded with the silk restraint. The two men having slipped off her dress.

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‘Ohh Yeah,’ she heard from the man in front, as her dress settled around her ankles. The soft deep whispered growl covering her now near naked body in goosebumps. Frozen, she wanted to reach out and touch him, discover if she was the only one being exposed.

Before she could resolve her thoughts, she felt his breath, hot on her stomach and the firm grip of his hands around her hips. Then a hand from behind gently touched her cheek and turned her head to meet his full wet lips. Within that instant, she felt free.

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Thank you to everyone who comes over each week and a warm welcome to new readers. I hope you have enjoyed my six today.

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Six Sentences

Positional Sacrifice     Coffeehouse Play     Drawing Chance


I truly value and appreciate your feedback, so if you have the time, I would love you to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment.
Please take care and I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Play and Stay Safe.