So I’m reading a book recently. It’s in print. I’m holding it in my hands. While there’s nothing wrong with the writing, neither does it shine; it’s just…flat. The story seems kind of predictable too. I’m considering, for the second time, putting it down and moving on to another book. But thank goodness I didn’t. Because then I would have missed this gem:
She felt wanton and mischievous and hornier than a Texas steer.
Holy cow! Is that funny or what? This is a New York published title! And some people say that editing is on the decline. Where, oh where, would they get that impression?
When she’s not looking for lines to snark on, Larissa’s writing. Her newest release is the award-winning short story, Innocent Corruption. More info on her latest projects can be found at LarissaLyons.com.
He lurks in the shadows, waiting, watching. Keeping himself apart. Not intentionally of course, it’s just who he is, what life has made him—gritty, suspicious and hard. Definitely hard for the root beer-and-rum swigging, sinfully dressed sweetheart who’s just edged up to the bar. He wants her and he’s a man used to taking anything he desires.
*MAD*FACTS* 3000 words • Contemporary Erotica • Sex with Strangers. AWARDED ~ Hot New Erotic Voice, 2008 BetterSex.com Erotic Fiction Contest.