Amour In The Afternoon, a vegetarian romance
It’s book launch day, YAY! Today I am releasing “Amour In the Afternoon”, and if you want some honest talk, after I release the story I’m going to have a little amour this afternoon, even if it might be late afternoon. I really need a little amorous distraction with how busy I’ve been fixing up my new site and starting my Patreon. It feels like forever since I’ve done any writing, and that’s not good for my morale. And that’s not good for you, either, if you’re here for the stories and not for the photos.
It’s great to say: I have a new story out! So let me say it again: I HAVE A NEW STORY OUT! My new story – yay, new story! – ‘Amour in the Afternoon’ – such a romantic title! – is a sexy story (of course) about two women, a cucumber, and a carrot (there have been weirder romances, I’m sure). Despite the cast of characters that looks a little like an ingredients list, ‘Amour in the Afternoon’ isn’t a recipe book, but I can tell you that the characters involved do quite a bit of cooking and it’s very hot and spicy. Even if you don’t like spicy foods, I’m pretty sure you’ll like this spicy concoction.
Here’s the blurb:
“AMOUR IN THE AFTERNOON” is an action-packed lesbian romance in which vegetables start cooking when things get hot. But first the heat gets turned on:
“You caught me,” Penny said, looking up into Josie’s big brown eyes.
Josie shrugged. “What else could I do? You were falling for me,” she said, and she smiled.
“I was?” Penny blushed.
She was suddenly aware of Josie’s body pressed against hers. Josie had one hand under her back and her other hand was stroking Penny’s hair. Their breasts were pressed together, and Penny could feel Josie’s insistent nipples pushing into her, and she could feel Josie’s thigh pressed firmly between her legs. Her stomach was in knots.
“You’re very pretty,” Penny said, turning her head slowly in Josie’s hand until Josie’s warm palm touched her cheek. Without even thinking she pushed Josie’s hair out of her face and touched her smooth cheek.
“I think you must have hit your head pretty hard,” Josie said with a smile.
“No, I don’t think it’s too bad,” Penny said.
“Are you sure? You don’t sound like yourself,” Josie asked.
“Yeah, I’m sure,” Penny said, looking in Josie’s eyes. The more she looked at her, the more she felt like she was falling into her eyes. And this need that she’d never had before to run her fingers over her skin was so strange, yet so compelling. It felt like the most natural thing in the world to yield to it. “We should get back to work,” she said absently.
“Yeah, work, that’s really what we should be doing,” Josie said, but she didn’t get up and she didn’t take her eyes from Penny’s.
Warning: “Amour In The Afternoon” is intended for a mature audience and should not be seen as advocating using fresh vegetables for anything other than eating, unless you’re using them on someone you love or on someone who really loves vegetables.
Here’ s the cover and where you can buy it:
And remember, whenever you buy one of my stories, you’ll get a special gift from Katie and Laura’s Fancy Satin Panty Store!