Please welcome the talented, Monica Kaye! I'm proud to say she's a friend of mine. She’s clever, witty, and downright brilliant. And today she’s celebrating her debut release 'Dirty Business.' Congrats, Monica!
Lia: So tell us a little about your sizzling story. Where is the wildest place your characters have had sexual relations?
Monica: Uh, yeah. In the fist couple love scenes in my novella, ‘Dirty Business’ my characters are all about the PDA. In fact, the hero, Sean, gets the heroine, Chloe, off in the middle of a bar before proceeding to do it again (ha!) in an elevator. Personally, I’m a fan of the clandestine sex in public. It’s fun to write (and do).
“Look at me,” he commanded.
She was helpless to do anything else as she turned to face him. His beautiful eyes blazed with so much heat, she was surprised her clothes didn’t melt.
“I think you enjoy teasing me,” he said, his voice was as deep and heady as a rich red wine. “But are you ready to put your money where your mouth is?”
“I can handle anything you dish out.”
His brow quirked, and his smile turned smoky and seductive. “Really? What if I told you that more than anything right now, I want to slide my hand up your thigh and play with your pretty pussy until you come?”
She started to pant. Sean’s crude yet provocative words stirred a deep longing. Moisture rushed into her pussy, even as the muscles clenched at the promise of his words.
Leaning in close, close enough that their lips were almost touching, she whispered, “I’d say that it’s a good thing I shaved my legs this morning.”
There. There it was. She’d thrown the gauntlet.
Sean’s broad hand began its long, slow journey. Her eyes locked on his.
“Is that what you want?” he asked, his voice raspy. “Do you want me to make you come right here? In front of all these people?”
Chloe shuddered. “Yes.” Sean’s hand traced a lazy pattern on the inside of her thigh but stopped short of actually going where she wanted it most. She bit her lip to stop herself from letting out a moan of frustration. She strained toward his questing fingers as if her will alone were enough to force his hand.
“From the moment I saw you, all I could think about is what it would be like to fuck you.”
She gasped at his crude language.
“I wanted to bend you over the nearest table and slide my cock in you from behind. I thought about how sweet your cunt would taste. I wanted my hands on you, my tongue inside you. I wanted you to beg me.”
He smiled as his hand continued its teasing foray on her thigh. “What, baby? What do you need?”
“Please touch me.”
“But I am touching you, baby.”
She let out a sound of frustration. Fortunately it wasn’t loud enough for any of the other patrons to hear, but she wouldn’t have cared if they did. Her entire body was a firestorm of need. Her nipples were hardened to the point of being painful. More than anything she wanted to feel his hands on her, in her. She ached for his touch.
“Please make me come.”
He plunged two fingers inside of her hot, tight cunt. She gasped and gripped the table. She caught her lip between her teeth to keep from moaning. Bit by bit, he removed his fingers, only to plunge them back with a force that left her panting. Her hips began to move in rhythm to the thrusting digits inside of her. She whimpered.
Lia: Oh, honey! That’s one hot scene! I’m dying to know - Do Sean and Chloe get caught?
Monica: Yes, they do get caught. In the elevator. By an older couple. Sean is noticeably excited but not upset and Chloe is horrified. Originally, the caught in the act scene was longer (and to my mind funnier) but it went the way of the editing gods. I had intended for the two couples to ride in the elevator together after Sean and Chloe were caught because I thought it added just the right element of squirmy hilarity. Even though I cut it, it’s still one of my funnier scenes and makes me laugh just thinking about it.
Lia: That sounds hilarious. What a great way to keep the sexual tension going strong. I have to know - how many pages was your longest sex scene?
Monica: ‘Dirty Business’ is my first erotic romance and I went into the process because I wanted to write more effective love scenes so I crammed (pardon the expression) as much sex as I could into as many pages as I could, never really expecting that this particular novella would get published. I had my characters doing everything I could possibly think of for them to do sexually (except 69 because that’s just uncomfortable). So I think that the sex scene, the first in the hotel room, is over ten pages. Probably more but I haven’t counted. I’m afraid to.
Plus, I tend to talk a lot in real life which translates to my writing. I write long scenes. And books. My current WIP was 140,000 words until I took a chainsaw to it to get it down to 100,000. Yeah.
Lia: Well, I can’t wait to read it. I’m off to get my copy right now! Thanks for being a Writer with Sizzle, Monica!
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Find more about Monica Kaye’s writing at http://www.authormonicakaye.com/. Or visit her blog http://www.monicakayesharmlesssmut.blogspot.com/