And now for something new. . .
As an author, I’m often asked, “So, what are you writing?” WIP It Up gives you an insider’s look at what your favorite authors are cooking beneath their nimble fingers.
For the time being, I’ve put aside my Paranormal/Fantasy romance series The Centaurs and have noodled with a new idea.
The characters are a successful surfing equipment-line businessman (surfboards, wetsuits, etc.) and a film star at the height of her career.
Let me know how you like my action/adventure so far:
Title: None so far (suggestions are always welcome!)
Author: Sheri Fredricks (c) 2015
occasional adult movie actress would be seen.
successful surf-line business. And as a thirty-six-year-old single guy, he’d seen his
fair share of X-rated movies.
was one of those actresses.
that held you captive and liquefied your resistance. Those miracles of
Maybelline were beyond captivating, actually. Their amazing almond shape were utterly expressive and fringed with thick black lashes.
tingle and grow hard. Finn shifted in the chair to relieve the pressure against
muscle-toned thighs. All tinted with a hue he’d call sun-kissed. Would she
be a matched color all over, or have sexy tan lines from a barely-there thong
better when the material of his jeans pinched his tender nuts.
Great couple you have in the photos. I really like your description of "Hot, hungry, take-your-hand-and-jack-yourself-off, Allyson Beggs."
Welcome to Wipitup, Sheri, it's a pleasure to have you with us this week. I hope you enjoy the hop and will come back with more of the sexy surfer Finn and Allyson.
Going to drop in quick here – I'm not visiting blogs today – I'm writing – but I just wanted to say Hey- Sheri – glad to see you've joined us.
Sheri and I belong to the same critique group- she is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
welcome to the hop 🙂 yummy snippet. It definitely has potential… it caught my interest, even though I've been whining for more non-heterosexual erotic fiction 😀
Welcome to the WIP blog hop! I loved the visuals that you gave us! Always help to be able to picture the characters! Great snippet! 🙂