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Win a free copy of Holiday Fling (e-book)

8 Apr

Because I’m in such a good mood today (OK, I’m actually on a coffee high…) I thought it would be fun to give away a FREE e-book edition of my novella Holiday Fling!  All you need to do is comment below with your email address and the winner will be picked at random.

The winner will be contacted via email and they can choose to either have a PDF version emailed to them, or for it to be gifted via Smashwords (it can then be downloaded in versions such as Online, Kindle & Epub).

Competition ends at midnight WST (Australian Western Standard Time) Sunday 14th April.

GOOD LUCK!

Sequel to Holiday Fling

7 Apr

I have to admit that I haven’t written much on the sequel to Holiday Fling in a while, but due to a REALLY boring episode of My Kitchen Rules (there was no Manu until near the end…come on,seriously? I only watch this show for the sexy Frenchman mmmm) I’ve now managed to write the next scene in the story of Daniel and Lia.

Aaaaand I’ll also share the name of the sequel with you now.

It’s *drumroll* More Than A Holiday Fling.  I know what you’re thinking.  “Jade, where on earth did you get that amazingly original title for the sequel to Holiday Fling?”  Alas, I can not tell you, there’s just some secrets an author can’t share 😉

Holiday Fling – excerpt

3 Apr

Here’s a little taste of Holiday Fling – I hope you like it!

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Lia could feel him watching her as soon as she sat down at the same table she had been having breakfast for the past week.  Every morning she had been going to the same café and ordering the blueberry pancakes and a skinny latte and each time, the same waiter delivered it.  The look in his eyes whenever her gaze locked with his seemed to say that he’d be happy to give her something else if she just gave the word.  Lia wasn’t sure whether to be excited about this, or nervous.  Ever since walking in on some slut and Brad, her ex-fiancé (make that her douchebag cheating ex-fiancé) fucking on the kitchen table in their apartment two months ago, Lia hadn’t had sex.  And Lia was a girl who liked sex and lots of it.  Something which the waiter seemed to know by the look in his eyes whenever he delivered her order.

“Here you go Miss”.  The waiter interrupted her thoughts by placing the pancakes and coffee in front of her, then standing back and staring at her as if contemplating having her for breakfast.  Lia felt her pussy start to tingle at the thought of it and quickly looked down at her pancakes to hide her reaction.  Out of the corner of her eye, she saw the waiter try to hide a small smirk at her behaviour.  Instead of walking back to the counter as he usually did, the waiter cleared his throat as he waited for Lia to look back at him.  As she locked eyes with him, he grinned and asked “How are you enjoying your holiday so far?  Have you been spending your time exploring or just relaxing?”

Lia was slightly stunned that he was spending the time talking to her when she was used to him rushing back to serve the crowd of people that was usually in the café.  When Lia look around to see how many people he was holding up, she was surprised to notice there was no one else waiting, just a few other people already eating breakfast.  She looked back to the waiter and realised he was waiting for her to answer him.  “I’ve been spending most of my time just relaxing by the pool.  I haven’t really been to many places yet, just a few walks down the beach.”  The waiter’s smile widened to one of satisfaction which intensified the tingling in her pussy but also made her stomach clench with nerves.  Lia’s best friend, Amy, had told her to go off and have a fling with the first fuckable guy she met on holiday.  This waiter was definitely fuckable, but there was something about him that suggested he would fuck her so good that anyone after him would be a disappointment.  Lia wasn’t ready for that because she liked sex too much to want to be addicted to one guy for it.  So her nerves got even more intense when the next words came out of his mouth.  “You’re missing out on a great experience by not exploring this beautiful island.  I finish here at 10am.  I’ll walk you back to your cabin so you can change and I’ll take you out to all the secret spots so you can discover all the great things we have to offer here.”  Lia opened her mouth to make some excuse, any excuse, to not be able to go with him.  The waiter shook his head and his smile widened even more if that was possible.  “No excuses.  You’re coming with me even if I have to handcuff you.”  Lia’s nipples tightened at the thought and his eyes narrowed in on that.  His eyes met hers again with a sensual look.  “I can’t have you leaving here not completely satisfied.”  Lia started thinking of all the ways he could satisfy her with his hands, mouth and cock and gave a slight shudder.  The waiter smirked.  “Don’t even think about leaving without me because I’ll find you.  I’ll come back and get you at 10am.”  He turned to walk away then paused and looked back over his shoulder.  “By the way, I’m Daniel.”  Lia responded with a shaky “Lia.”  Daniel turned away again and continued walking back towards the counter.  “See you at 10, Lia.”

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“Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.” – Robert Frost

2 Apr

Welcome to my new blog! As the title suggests (or declares!) I’m a new romance/erotica author and I’ve published a short novella called Holiday Fling which is available from Smashwords and also via the iBooks app if you’re an iPhone/iPad addict like myself!

I’ve been a romance reader since I was young and still am – if you ever see my iBooks (and real life) library, all you’ll see are romance novels.  My favourite authors right now are RL Mathewson and Kristen Ashley.  They both have strong, masculine men as the heroes in their stories but who are also very loving and affectionate to their women.

I’m currently in the middle of writing a sequel to Holiday Fling which I’m hoping to have complete by mid 2013.  If you’ve read Holiday Fling and have any feedback (positive or negative, I’m happy to hear your opinion either way!) I would LOVE to hear from you either by commenting on this post or by emailing me at jade.riley85@yahoo.com.au