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Father by Clarissa Wild

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Father by Clarissa Wild

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No one has to find out…” she whispers, pressing her fingers to her lips. “It could be our dirty little secret.
We stand in front of the pulpit as she gives me her first smile. I don’t know why I need to memorize this moment, but I do. Like it’s important. Something I will remember for the rest of my life. That smile is a smile of one in a million.




“This is my sin,” she says, and she licks her fingers and rubs them across her nipples. She moans, and my dick bounces up and down in my pants.
“Is it wrong?” she asks, biting her lip.
I blink a couple of times to try to keep my composure, but I’m burning up with desire. Fuck me; I want to reach through the gaps of the lattice partition so badly.
“It feels wrong,” she whispers, and her hand travels down her body. “Tell me to stop.”
“Only God can tell you what to do,” I answer.
What kind of answer is that? Fuck.
“I can’t speak to him the way you do,” she says, eyeing me. “So … intimately.”
So she did hear everything I said.
Her hand dives between her legs, underneath her skirt, and my cock bursts with need. “I believe you, Frank. You said needs were okay. And I have a lot of needs.”
I lick my lips. “Oh, I can definitely believe that.”
“And I feel … like I need this.” She rubs herself while she looks at me. It’s like she’s not even ashamed anymore. And it’s all my fault. “Like you need this,” she adds.
I frown, rubbing my lips together because I don’t know what to do or say. I can’t admit it. But fuck, do I want her badly. However, I’m a preacher. I shouldn’t even be thinking about this.
“You snooped on me,” I say. “In the chapel. How much did you hear?”
“Enough.” The left side of her lip tips up into a smile. “Was that bad?”
For some reason, it makes me wanna smile too. Guess the cat’s out of the bag. “Maybe.”
“Bad … I like bad,” she murmurs, biting her lip again while she spreads her legs. “I like it when it’s wrong.”
“Is that why you did this before? In the bathroom?”
She nods, and her hand dives down her panties. “I know this is what you want. What you’ve been thinking of all this time … Me,” she says. “C’mon, say it.”
I shake my head. “You know I can’t. We’re in a church.”
“No one has to find out …” she whispers, pressing her fingers to her lips. “It could be our dirty little secret.”
I try to ignore the voice in my head telling me not to cave in, but it’s already too late. My hand rests atop my dick, and I start rubbing it through my clothes.
She closes her eyes and leans her head back against the hard wood, and I take the opportunity to let my eyes glide up and down her body, enjoying the view. She touches herself so seductively that I immediately find myself rubbing faster and faster, trying to keep up the pace. I imagine how her body would look naked. How slick and wet it would be when I brushed my dick along her lips. I can picture it all, and that makes this all so much more frightening. Because … if I already gave into this, there’s no telling what I’ll do next time I see her.
“Fuck …” she murmurs, licking her lips. A soft moan escapes her mouth, and she adjusts herself so I can see her even better. My hand dives into my pants because I’m unable to stop myself any longer.
When she briefly opens her eyes and sees me jerking off, she purrs, “Do you like this?”
“I’d be lying if I said I didn’t …” I mutter, stroking my length. “But it’s wrong, and you know it.”
“Then why are we doing it?” she asks.
“Because this is our dirty little secret,” I hiss, feeling the veins in my dick throb with excitement. “And I need to see just how naughty you can get.”
She grins and slides her panties to the side with her index finger, showing me her naked pussy. And fuck me, it makes me one hungry motherfucker. What I wouldn’t give to be able to suck on her clit.
“Is it wrong that we’re doing this?” she asks. “Because I’m so damn wet right now.”
“Do you even care people are just a few feet away from us?” I ask.
She shakes her head, grinning even more. “That only adds to the excitement.”
God, this fucking woman … she sure knows how to make a guy’s heart throb. And his dick too.
At this point, I really don’t care anymore.
Screw the consequences.
Fuck morals.
I’ve thrown every rule out the window.
I rip down my zipper, unbutton my pants, and pull my dick out of my boxer shorts.
Her eyes widen and immediately focus on my length; her lips parting as if she’s preparing to receive it.
“My eyes are up here,” I muse, smiling.

Other Stories by Clarissa Wild :

Ultimate Sin

Twenty-One (21)





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 Clarissa Wild

Clarissa Wild is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, best known for the dark Romance novel Mr. X. Her novels include the Fierce Series, the Delirious Series, the Stalker Duology, Twenty-One (21), Ultimate Sin, Viktor, and Bad Teacher. She is also a writer of various erotic romances. She is an avid reader and writer of sexy stories about hot men and feisty women. Her other loves include her furry cat friend and learning about different cultures. In her free time she enjoys watching all sorts of movies, reading tons of books and cooking her favorite meals.


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Why The Hell Am I Seeing Blizzards All Over My Timeline?

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Why The Hell Am I Seeing Blizzards All Over My Timeline?

Why The Hell Am I Seeing Blizzards All Over My Timeline?Why The Hell Am I Seeing Blizzards All Over My Timeline[5/10/16: Updated below]

Wondering why the hell you’re seeing Dairy Queen Blizzards all over your social media timelines?

I’ll do my best to break it down for you.

Authors and cover models have a history of working together to self-promote (seems like an oxymoron, but it’s not) their work. Authors use cover models to promote their books; cover models use authors to promote their modeling careers.

It’s a symbiotic relationship that works for both sides.

Until it doesn’t.

No one expects – or should expect – authors to be held responsible for all of the actions taken by a cover model, and the same goes for the models being held responsible for the actions of an author. But they should each expect a certain level of professionalism and couth, as would any person who is hired by or hires another professional person.

That all fell to shit this weekend when a male cover model took to his Facebook page and self-destructed.

Paul Blake is a cover model and self-proclaimed “Public Figure” who wrote this now-deleted post:

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I’ve read that several times and still can’t put 1 + 1 together to make the shit he said make sense.

I guess that’s what happens when a dumbass blowhard tries to be prophetic and spout his learned knowledge upon the world.

But that alone wasn’t enough to rile up the Book World.

It was THIS gem of a reply (and subsequent comments backing himself up) that dug his grave for him:

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(I wasn’t quick enough to get my own screenshots of the implosion, so I grabbed these from friends around Facebook.)

Yep, that’s a “professional” cover model telling a woman to “go eat your last Dairy Queen Blizzard and then hang yourself in the closet.”

And then he follows it up by telling another woman to “join your friend” in her trip to DQ and suicide.

Since the virtual Pukestormageddon, the romance book community has rallied its support behind outing this person for his behavior by making their avatars to pictures of Blizzards, models and designers are offering their photos for free, and authors are changing their book covers.

The best thing we can do to eradicate the hate from our lives is to understand what happened and what friends are talking about and then to ERASE THIS PERSON FROM OUR LIVES.

We ignore him and his need for negative attention, but we must also remember why he’s black balled from the community.

Boycotting the authors who have used him on their covers will do nothing to help the cause of spreading information; we’d only be hurting the authors, most of whom are changing the covers.

Here are a few books that have used Paul Blake on their covers:

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Cursed Ecstasy by T. H. Snyder


Destined (previous cover) by Delisa Lynn (see the current cover here)

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Fading Away by JM Witt

Go ahead and share the information and proof of this guys’s bad behavior. We encourage you to never speak his name again. Don’t buy anything he promotes from here on out. (Remember: Don’t boycott these books. It does nothing but hurt the authors.)

That’s how we can show him and people like him that beliefs and behavior like this is unacceptable and just plain stupid.

[updated to add 5/10/16, 3:00pm]

I should have been clearer in this post and on any of my social media posts that he does not deserve to be attacked or bullied. It wasn’t my intention to draw attention away from what he said and his own feelings and into a full-on attack on this guy and his friends and family.

Know that if you attack someone and their family because of their bullying behavior, you are perpetuating the problem by being a bully.

Right before I came here to update this post, I happened to see a post on Paul Blake’s page by someone who says he’s a friend posting on Paul’s behalf:

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I can’t vouch for the validity of this post, but if it’s true, of course he deserves our forgiveness. The guy isn’t evil incarnate. He made some poor decisions and spouted off when he clearly shouldn’t have.

Forgiveness doesn’t mean we should forget his remarks and threats, nor does it mean we should encourage anyone to work with him. It means we recognize that he’s a human being who is (allegedly) admitting he made mistakes.

Bring about a positive change in your life: physical, emotional, psychological, whatever. It’s the best way to fight back against a negative force.

Indeed I said above that his beliefs and behavior are stupid. I still believe they are.

I also called him a “dumbass blowhard,” and after his 2+ days of stupid behavior and then his apology, I’m sure even he would agree that my description is accurate.

Those are my words directly referring to his exact actions. I am not focusing my disappointment in his behavior on attacking his looks, his wife, his personal life, nor am I doing anything to harm his daily life. Those things would be bullying.

And yes, he’s right: two wrongs don’t make a right.

I say we move along and forgive.

Featured Image By m01229 [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons


How To Read Tiffany Reisz Books

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How To Read Tiffany Reisz Books

One of my favorite authors, Tiffany Reisz, is prolific, which is kind of an understatement. The chick pours out the smut almost faster that we can drink it up with a spoon. From the 8-part (YES, eventually EIGHT) Original Sinners series of full-length BDSM erotica to the novellas to the freebies, Tiffany feeds us well.

The characters of the 8th Circle (if you read the books, you’ll know what it is) mix and mingle in Tiffany’s head, living their sordid lives so hugely that she can’t help but put all of their stories down on “paper” for us to read. But that leaves us readers wondering what to read when.

Ms. Reisz, or Mistress Tiffany if you please, updated her website recently with the order in which you should read the books, novellas, and shorts. My personal recommendation is read the (currently released) 3 novels first. The Siren, The Angel, and The Prince will set you up with a background on all the characters for which you can read all of the rest of the stories without spoiling the stories of the novels. Tiffany also advises that you start with The Siren then continue on.

For a complete list of what to read when and where to find them, visit Tiffany’s blog.

Jesse Came Early: Beneath This Man Released

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Jesse Came Early: Beneath This Man Released

Beneath This ManThe only time it can be a good thing when a man comes early is when his book is released a day before it was scheduled.

Beneath This Man is out now!

The sequel to Jodi Ellen Malpas’s This Man [5/5 stars], Beneath This Man picks up where Jesse and Ava left off: in an effed up mess.

Pardon me while I spend the day with Jesse inmypants.

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