“Can I touch you?”
“Where’s your military courtesy?”
“Forgive me. Respectfully request permission to touch you, Ensign Matthews.”
I grab her waist with both hands and guide her to the kitchen table, pushing gently on her back, so she’s leaning forward and supporting her weight with her hands.
“I only gave you permission to touch me, Lieutenant. Nothing else.” Continue reading The Light at the End of the Tunnel
“Can I touch you?”
If you visit your sweetie and choose to stay for a little nookie, know that you could potentially be putting yourself, your partner or others at risk. Try video sex or phone sex. Send steamy emails. Take turns reading a scene from a steamy novel or make up your own sexy story together. Continue reading Sex & Intimacy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
He’s extremely spontaneous. He may have a general plan, but if something catches his eye, tickles his fancy or makes him horny, that plan goes right out the window. Continue reading The Truth about Lieutenant Parker
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This Veteran’s Day I’m teaming up with fellow Romance-writing military veterans to bring you a chance to win some great prizes. Continue reading Veteran’s Day Giveaway
The life they’ve chosen I sometimes feel sorry (just a little) for celebrities who have paparazzi in their faces when they go out to eat or go to the gym. Imagine if they were going to get a Brazilian wax or some other personal appointment. And forget about hooking up for a kinky rendezvous. The … Continue reading Do Authors Have a Responsibility to Their Readers?
Nope, I don’t do New Year’s Resolutions. I’d already committed to losing weight to lower my cholesterol and blood pressure when I saw my doctor in the fall. Since then I’ve been walking one to two miles almost every morning after I watch my son get on the school bus. I’ve also increased my fruit … Continue reading 2018 Author Goals
“Thank you for your service.” I still feel awkward whenever someone says those words to me. After all, I served in the Navy for only four years. I didn’t get to serve on a ship. I didn’t see combat. And I didn’t have a designated specialty. What I did do is security watch, serve food in … Continue reading #Veterans, #MilitarySpouse & #ActiveDuty, Thank You For Your Service!
October 14th, is Indie Author Day – a time when many public libraries host events in support of local authors and their work. It’s also the perfect opportunity for you to discover new authors and show your support for the authors you already love. Whether or not you attend an in-person event at a nearby … Continue reading Support an Author on Indie Author Day
The good news is it’s the weekend. The bad news is this is one of the last few weekends before the end of the summer. Now I know what you’re thinking: just because summer will be over doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy plenty of weekends. That’s true. Fall weekends are great. But you gotta … Continue reading What To Do on the Weekend
If you know me, you know I love coffee. Recently I came across some interesting facts about my favorite drink, so I’m sharing them with you. Enjoy! Your office coffee mug may contain fecal bacteria. http://wtop.com/news/2013/02/office-coffee-cups-harbor-nasty-germs/ Drinking coffee daily appears to reduce the risk of suicide. http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2013/07/drinking-coffee-may-reduce-risk-of-suicide-by-50/ Coffee is most effective if … Continue reading Wake Up and Smell the Coffee