Wordy Wednesday Guest Post: Beware – Characters on the Loose! by Adriana Kraft
This week I'm so happy to have a post by Adriana Kraft, a married couple writing erotic romance together under a single penname. Take it away guys! :)
Sometimes I wonder if we create our characters, or if they truly are persons who have their own lives, in some other dimension, and if we’re lucky, we catch a whiff of it and get to put it on the page.
That’s certainly how I feel about Jen Andrews, heroine of the Swinging Games series my husband and I started writing over three years ago. For those who don’t know us, he and I co-write erotic romance under the pen name Adriana Kraft.
Quite naturally, when we got started with the series, we thought we’d invented her. Having a baby-boomer couple with their children grown who check out the swing lifestyle because the wife wants to explore whether or not she’s bisexual seemed like an excellent device to get a wide range of ménage scenes in front of readers to heat up their fantasy life.
And it has succeeded in that goal, for sure. By now Jen and Brett are seasoned lifestylers who swing regularly with a few close couples, who host house parties, and who visit lifestyle clubs. And we have lots more adventures planned for them – a lifestyle cruise, a convention, a hotel takeover, for starters.
But first, they have to make it through their current bump-in-the-road. We thought it would be fun to explore with them what some hot three-way sex would be like with a single woman – the elusive “Unicorn” of the swing lifestyle. Enter Sarah Creston, newly widowed and ready to try her wings, looking for a gentle couple to be her mentors. So far, so good.
The Problem? Jen has a mind of her own, and now she has eyes only for Sarah – so much so, that Brett is starting to wonder just how this is all going to turn out.
That’s where Book Nine picks up the story. Released earlier this month at Extasy Books, Too Close for Comfort picks up the story when Sarah moves in with Brett and Jen for the summer.
It all seemed so simple: Sarah Creston would move in for the summer, Brett and Jen Andrews could revel in their new threesome, and everyone else would understand. But now Donna and Ryan – their best friends and lovers – won’t speak to them, and Jen seems so infatuated with Sarah that even Brett is worried about the consequences.
Battered from the double whammy of her husband’s death and caring for her aging parents, Sarah Creston thrills to Jen and Brett’s exquisite care and ravishing sex. Now that she’s had her first taste of a woman, will she be satisfied – or will she want more? Everything hinges on what Sarah wants.
“I could really get used to this,” Sarah whispered, stretching out over Jen. Heat poured through her body as Jen’s legs wrapped around hers like a vise.
“Me, too,” Jen murmured. “This is so good. You are so good.”
“We are so good,” Sarah echoed. “I fantasized about us making love for hours, but I didn’t think this was possible.” She checked the clock in Jen and Brett’s bedroom. “I was wrong.”
Jen giggled. “Delightfully wrong. We should probably get up and fix supper before Brett gets home.”
“Don’t you want one more?” Sarah pressed her pubic bone against Jen’s. “You’re still very wet. Brett won’t mind if supper’s a little late.”
Jen chuckled. “Particularly if he can have you as an appetizer.”
“Any time,” Sarah said, beginning to rock in earnest against Jen. “I never knew I’d become such a glutton for sex. I’ve been living with you guys for two weeks and I still can’t seem to get enough of either one of you.”
“Or us you,” Jen murmured, tightening her arms around Sarah and arching her lower body upward.
“That’s right. One more time. Let’s do it.” Sarah kissed Jen’s shuttered eyelids and began sliding her pussy across Jen’s clit.
“Oh yeah.” Jen let out a low moan. “You’ve become an artist with your pussy.” Jen raised her legs in the air and spread them wide. “Go for it, girl. Let’s come together.”
Gasping, Sarah increased her pace until she wasn’t certain if she could hear Jen’s pleasure moans or if those noises were coming from her own lips.
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