Flash Serial:The New Canvas ~ Part 12

This is a continuation of a serial piece of erotic fiction.  You may wish to start at the beginning,here.


Alexandra’s body shook with the intensity of the kiss.  Victor’s fingers dug into her skin, eight points of near pain that anchored her, his mouth, lips, tongue demanded and she opened with willing eagerness.  Her lungs burned with the need to breathe even as her grip on the back of his neck tightened.  She could feel him, hard and unyielding, pressed against her.  She couldn’t help the whimper when he tore his mouth from her with a groan.  Her chest heaved as she gulped for air and he drew a ragged shuddering breath.  A tremble shook her spine when she tried to bring her lips back to his and he ducked his head, leaving them with their brows together.

“Alexandra, no.”  Her name on his lips evoked a riot of emotions in her, spoken in a hoarse voice that spurred a blossom of heat between her thighs.  “Please don’t,” she whispered, feeling him collect himself, the ripple of tension along his body.  Victor pulled back, icy, no, blue-hot eyes capturing hers.  His words tore through her in a riptide of desire and frustration.  “I can’t, Alexandra.”

She stared at him in confusion, quivering in his grasp like a wind stroked leaf.  “Why?”  Alex wasn’t going to let him push her off again, not without an explanation.  He groaned, jaw flexing under her fingers and pushed her from him.

“It’s private.  I don’t have to explain myself to you.”

She struggled to get words passed her lips, her voice failing to form  anger twisted with her attraction for him.  Like a freak summer storm fury tore through her.  Her hand exploded against his cheek, the crack startling Alexandra as much Victor.  “You bastard,” she snarled and fled.
“Al, honey, calm down, you’re not making any sense.”

Alexandra continued to pace, her skirt swirling around her calves with each pivot.  Her pulse still pounded with her rage, cheeks bright with color.  “I want to kill him,” she growled.

“Do you want to kill him or fuck him.”  She stumbled to a halt, turning to stare at her friend, her crude statement shocking her silent.

“C’mon, Al.  Sit down and tell me what’s going on.  You’ve been vague for weeks.”  Stacy clasped her wrists, tugging her towards the couch.  “We’re best friends, sweetie.  Spill it.”

Alex collapsed onto the cushions, her energy deserting her.  Haltingly she revealed the whole strange dance between herself and Victor, fingers plucking at the fabric of her skirt, eyes staring unseeing across the room.  When she began relaying her morning her friend startled her silent with a growl.

“I’m going to kill him for you.  What the hell?”  The vehemence made her laugh and she finally let her anger go.

“You know, you’re right, Stacey.  What the hell is right.”  Alexandra jumped to her feet, reaching a hand to Stacey.  “C’mon, best friend o’mine.  We’re going dancing.  Anyone who treats me like that isn’t worth my time.”

“Damn straight, Al.  We’ll get the girls together and paint the town red.”  Stacey dragged her off to the bedroom to change and Alex followed willingly.  She’d be damned if she would let a man treat her like that.
Though how she’d face him next week was beyond her.


Continue reading in part 13 of The New Canvas

Flash Serial:The New Canvas ~ Part 11

This is a continuation of a serial piece of erotic fiction.  You may wish to start at the beginning,here.

The body in his arms felt perfect.  Victor couldn’t remember the last time he’d woke with a woman in his arms, perfect ass cradling his morning hardon; he wondered at such a vivid dream.  He nuzzled his face into the warm neck before him, rocked his hips, sliding his cock through the soft crease.  Some small part of his mind pondered if this was what Alexandra would feel like in his arms, if she would smell so delicious, so mouthwatering.  She arched into him, hips pushing back, neck arching, offering more to him.  A low hungry growl rumbled in his throat and his lips parted to taste the proferred skin.  She moaned, the sound making his blood pulse, and he rolled into her, pushing Alexandra onto her stomach.  His dream woman lifted her hips so readily he groaned and pulled her back to him by her waist.

“Yess,” she hissed and cold reality poured down his spine as he felt the bunched skirt around Alexandra’s waist, glimpsed her bowed spine and tousled hair in the dim light of morning.  Victor threw himself back, landing on the floor with a thud, cock rigid and tumescent, blood hot with desire.  He shook.  Alexandra twisted around and knelt, arms wrapping around herself, expression shrouded in shadows.

“I’m sorry.  That should never have happened.”  The words came out strangled, clipped and she jerked as if struck.  He growled under his breath, turned and stalked to the bathroom, twisting the water on and stepping under the icy needles of the spray.


He emerged half an hour later chilled but calmed, his erection gone.  She waited in his kitchen, back to him, hands wrapped around one of his chipped coffee mugs.  Victor had hoped she would leave, flee.  “I hope I made the coffee to your liking,” she said without turning.  Her voice was sparse, hushed, and he felt the leadweight of guilt settle in his stomach. The sunwarmed floor radiated into the soles of his feet as he entered the kitchen.

“I’m sorry, Alexandra,” he said gently.  She kept her eyes fixed on her coffee and shrugged a shoulder.  He sighed and crossed to the other side of the island, leaning against the counter and touching a finger to her chin.  He heard her swallow as she tilted her head, bringing shadowed, haunted eyes to his.  His body hummed with awareness at her nearness, cock stirring once again.  Her gaze searched his and he clenched his jaw as she leaned, near imperceptively, into his touch.  Never had a woman crawled so easily, so thoroughly under his skin.  Victor didn’t know how to handle it.

She broke the silence first.  “I can’t help that I want you.”  His gut lurched and cock throbbed with the surge of blood; he closed his eyes, searching for control.  Her hands pressed against his jaws, and he  growled when her lips brushed his.

“I don’t sleep with clients, Alexandra,” he said, barely recognizing his own voice.  Her lips returned, more insistent, tongue slipping out to taste the curve of his lower lip.  He groaned, restraint cracking, dropped his hands  to her hips and pulled her into him.  Her wanton whimper made his blood run hot and he buried his hands in her hair, giving in to the need to savage her mouth.  Victor slanted his lips  against her, kissing her hard, tongue demanding entrance, plunging into her hot mouth when she opened to him.  He had to taste her, had to feel her, just for a moment, just to get her out of his system.

Continue reading in part 12 of The New Canvas

we interrupt this weekend…

for a brief announcement…

My mom’s visiting for the niece’s birthday so I’ve been tied up(no…not that way) with family things.  Which means I haven’t had a chance to write the next installment for The New Canvas.  So bear with me…I’ll have it up tomorrow!

Hope everyone’s having a great weekend!

Flash Serial:The New Canvas ~ Part 10

This is a continuation of a serial piece of erotic fiction.  You may wish to start at the beginning,here.

Alexandra woke, her mind teasing her from the lethargy of slumber.  She knew instantly she wasn’t home.  The sheets felt crisp, not her silken egyptian cotton, the pillow firmer beneath her cheek, the blanket over her heavier.  Her eyes opened into the dark of an unfamiliar room; Alex’s heart lurched.  She sat up, letting the layers covering her ripple into her lap, head tilted, listening.

The not-silence of a house asleep wrapped around her.  She could hear the electric hum of the refrigerator, an irregular creaking Alex thought might be the shifting of the walls in the lake winds, and, somewhere close, someone’s breathing.  The beat of her pulse leapt and she shivered in the warm room.  “Victor,” she whispered.

Polished wood chilled the soles of her feet in irregular fashion as she passed from carpet to floor and back to a runner in the hall.  Alexandra paused from time to time, head cocked, chest rising and falling as she sipped shallowly at the air.  The near absolute darkness; the absence of light polution; left her navigating by touch and sound.  Her hand trailed along the wall; she trembled when the contact evaporated.

A gentle blue glow outlined shapes in the room, cast by an alarm clock on the far side of the bed.  Some small part of her mind noted the time; 2:16.  Alex licked her lips.  Her feet carried her towards the bed and the man sleeping there.  The clock painted his features in stark contrast and she stopped, fingers casting a shadow on his jaw, a whisper from touching him.  Alexandra sucked a breath in, shocked at her lack of control.

Victor moved with lightning speed; one moment she was pulling her hand back the next her wrist was held in an iron grip.  “Alexandra.”  His voice, coarse and burring with sleep, slithered inside her.  She tugged and his grip tightened, holding her immobile.  “What’s wrong?”

A shiver traced her spine, sending a quiver through every part of her but what he held still.  “I just woke up,” she said, forcing her voice to be something more than a breathy whisper.

“Do you hurt?”  He sat up, upper body rising smoothly, planes of his chest revealed by the falling sheet, and her mouth went dry.

“Hurt?” she asked, her mind scattering at his proximity.  Alex couldn’t decide whether the darkness was a blessing or a curse.  His tattoos seemed to writhe in the shadows, living creatures shifting over his skin.  Her fingers reached out, wanting to feel, see if they were truly moving.  His left hand snapped around her other wrist, catching it as her fingers brushed the skin of his chest.

“Alexandra.”  Her name, delivered in a rasp that wound through her psyche, pulled her closer.

“Victor.” She leaned into his grip and his fingers tightened, making her gasp.

“No,” he said, his voice somehow hard and soft at once.  Her lungs expanded, gathering air to protest and he leaned in, pressing his forehead to hers.  “No, Alexandra, no,” he whispered.

His breath fanned against her lips, her fingers pressed against the skin over his heart, the beat strong and urgent.  She could taste him, the sweat on his skin, the musk of his scent.

They teetered there on the edge, lips a breath from touching until he inhaled sharply and pulled back.  In silence he tugged her into his bed, guided her down onto her side, spooned against her.

“Sleep, Alexandra, just. . .sleep.”

She laid in the circle of his arms, heart pounding, watching the clock count off five minutes, then ten, then twenty.  Finally her eyes drifted shut, her muscles ceased their desperate clenching and she drifted off, not letting herself think about how good he felt, how he smelled, nor the distinct ridge of his cock pressed against her ass.


Continue reading in part 11 of the New Canvas

Map it to Dirtyville and Kinkyville!

Look where I’m going!  I have a road trip to make, and I’m heading to Dirtyville and Kinkyville!  The amazing Sommer Marsden did an open call for these two anthologies(actually, just for the one, and the other happened to!…wonder if it has anything to do with twinces…)  but I’ve pieces going into both of them!  Woohooo!!

Look for them on 1romanceebooks.com, at smashwords.com, at 1EroticaEbooks and on Kindle soon!

The Dentist’s Wife by Scarlett Greyson

Bulldozers and Communion by P.S. Haven
Grip by City Different
Population 32 by Alison Tyler
Only On Sundays by Emma Hillman
Red Light, Green Light by Cora Zane
Bosier Green by Angela Caperton
The Water-Cooler Routine by Jeremy Edwards
Not Of This Place by Willsin Rowe
The Good Wife by T. Harrison
The Sweetshop Owner’s Daughter by Vida Bailey
Today’s Special by Heidi Champa
The Girl Next Door by Sommer Marsden

Crazed by Charlotte Stein

Weather Man by Shanna Germain
Daddy’s Bad Girl by Parker Ford
Let Them Eat Crow by Alison Tyler
You Suck by Benjamin Eliot
Desert by Lux Zakari
Punishment Befitting The Crime by D.L. King
Barber’s Pole by J.D. Waters
Saturday Night by Angell Brooks
The Goth Girl by Rita Winchester
Strawberry Social by Scarlett Greyson
Little Loan by May Deva
Music Lessons by Sommer Marsden

Voyeur’s loose on the world!

I am beyond tickled to announce that Voyeur has been published through Republica Press and has been released today!

Veronica was content with her life. She loved her job, owned part of the company, and things were calm and quiet. She’d put her past behind her and was focused on her future.

Until that night with Magnus.

“You’re such a voyeur, Veronica,” he groaned as her breath fanned humid and hot against the head of his cock. She didn’t answer, just continued to watch, fascinated, engrossed. “Maybe that’s what I’ll call you from now on: Voyeur.”

She scooted off the bed, dropping to her knees beside it, and rested her head on her crossed arms. “Call me whatever you want, just let me watch you come.”

After that night, everything changed.

Who did her heart belong to? Was it Magnus or someone else? Was she truly ready to let down her defenses and step out of the shadows, once and for all? Could a voyeur ever go from being a watcher to a participant and still have a chance at happiness?

Veronica—the Voyeur—was about to find out.

Flash Serial:The New Canvas ~ Part 9

This is a continuation of a serial piece of erotic fiction.  You may wish to start at the beginning,here.

Victor’s body refused to cooperate.  When Alexandra closed her eyes without argument his pulse surged.  He’d been unable to resist leaning close and breathing her in, taking her scent, her inate aroma, into his lungs.  His cock flooded with blood and weighed heavy in his groin.  The effort to resist kissing her staggered him.

He forced himself from her, turning instead to his tools, concentrating on the cool smooth handle of his sausau, delivering measured amounts of ink and laying out the miscellanae of his art.  Victor found a measure of distance there and gripped it tightly when he turned back to find her still lying silent and quiet.  Her head tilted as if she were trying to follow his movements by sound; she still jumped when he touched her calf.

Her skin was smooth and warm.  He could feel the texture of the tattoo, the linework still raised; braille that he had created on her flesh.  He adjusted her leg, rolled his cart closer and touched the cluster of needles to the ink.  Alexandra’s body didn’t quite lurch but constricted at the first impact.  The calf under his hands lay relaxed, still; as he worked the other tightened, toes curling, until he glanced up and realized she was holding her breath, every muscle of her body clenched tight.

“Breathe, Alexandra.”

When the first tear escaped it seemed to carry a payload of tension with it.  Alexandra ceased to hum under his touch like a strummed string.  His hands moved without thought, driving ink into her skin just deep enough, an ear turned to her breathing.  He wanted to get through the night’s session, get her tattoo done so he could get her out of his blood, out of his head, out of his life.

This time she didn’t ask for a break and he worked straight through, halting only when his hands forced him to; muscles cramping, joints creaking.  She lay silent when he set aside his tools; merely shivered when he wiped her leg down with alcohol.  With a critical eye he examined the progress, wishing the color were much further up his subject’s calf.

“Alexandra,” he said, the gentle note unbidden but there nonetheless.

“Hmm?” Her voice trembled on the edge of huskiness and she turned her head his way in answer.

“Open your eyes,” he instructed.  Her lashes, spiked and dark with tears, lifted and his breath caught at the luminous green of her gaze. Her pupils constricted slowly and he stifled a groan.  There was no way he could in good conscious let her drive home in her disoriented state.

Victor slid an arm under her shoulders, the other behind her knees and lifted.  Alexandra settled against his chest with a sigh.  His gut twisted.  Her perfume filled his nose; her breath fanned against his collarbone; her body surrendered to his touch.  Victor forced himself to walk past his own bedroom to the guest room.

She whimpered once when he laid her on the bed, sighed when he pulled the blanket over her.  “Victor,” she mumbled in her sleep.  He groaned, scrubbed his face and resolutely turned his back on her.

It was time for a cold shower.


Continue reading in part 10 of The New Canvas