It’s time for Tuesday Tales!
Welcome back! This week is our picture prompt week and all posts must be 300 words or under and reflect the chosen image. Today’s post is a sexy snippet from my current WIP, an MM historical romance titled ‘The Ballad of Crow and Sparrow’.
This story may have gay erotic scenes, strong social issues addressed and mature language. If those things offend now is the time to move onto another Tuesday Tales blog. Thanks for stopping by!
Off went the dog and under the water went Spencer. He came up flapping and flopping just like a bird taking a bath. I bent over with laughter as he sputtered and gasped. Then I hustled over to him and offered him a hand. He glowered up at me then slapped his hand into mine. I closed my fingers over his small hand and hoisted him to his feet, his wet chest slapping into mine. He grabbed my biceps as his feet slid around on the slippery rocks. I cinched him to me, my arm around his lower back.
“You were daydreaming my sodden little sparrow,” I teased, lowering my head to touch my lips to his.
He responded with a bit of indifference but that lasted only for a moment. Soon he was kissing me back with a fire that erased the chill of the fall air whipping around us. I grew bold, bolder than I had ever been during our shared kisses. I cupped his ass, my fingers biting into the small, tight globes through his wet trousers. Scarlet, gold, pumpkin, and clay-colored leaves danced around us, fluttering downward in great clouds, riding on the wind currents.
Our tongues tangled and teased. He climbed up me, linking his legs around my hips, his arms around my neck. We licked and lapped at each other’s lips, sliding in to taste, then pulling out to tease and nibble. My cock throbbed along with my pulse. Spencer’s prick was hard against my belly. The late afternoon sun hung low in the sky, its warm touch pale in comparison to the lava rushing through my veins that this man had stirred to life.
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Susanne Matthews says
Trisha Faye says
Your writing in this genre is just as great as in the sports romance.
Oooh! Hot! I love their chemistry! Wonderful scene!
Flossie Benton Rogers says
Jean C. Joachim says
Sweet moment turns passionate quickly. I love your descriptions of their surroundings and the interaction between the two. Luscious.