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Monday, December 10, 2012

Long Time Coming Tour

 Long Time Coming by Jennifer James

One scorching weekend of no-stings sex? Or the first of two days of something special...Going home for his older sister's wedding has been a real pain. Unable to get a room at the local hotel, he's stuck in his parents' spare bedroom, in a twin bed too short for his six-foot frame, with nothing to do but fantasize about his sister's maid of honor and her little purple bikini. Joey Sanchez: the women who he's had a crush on for the last ten years. All grown up in all the right places. And it just so happens she's had a crush on him too.

Lucky for him, Joey knows what she wants. In the pool, in the movie theater, with some very hot text messages, she quenches his desire and demands no promises. She's married to her career, and that's the way she likes it. But with the weekend winding down, Rob realizes she's only left him wanting more. And he doesn't want to spend the next ten years without her...

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Jennifer James never thought she would be a multi-published author of erotica and erotic romance. What she likes best are happy endings -- whatever that might mean for the characters.

Wife, mother of two Tiny Divas, and college student, when not writting Jenn enjoys the outdoors, adventures of all sorts, horror movies, and the occasional comic book.




Twitter: @JenniferJames34

The Para-Posse:

"Were you going to eat or just flirt with Gregory all night?"

A plate with delicious smelling sandwhich hit the counter. The surly tone drew my attention to Daniel. Gregory coughed to hide a chuckle, but I couldn't help feeling bad. I picked up the sandwhich and took a big bite. It was heavenly. A groan of pleasure left my lips.

"Oh man. Mouthgasm." I looked up, disturbed by the sensation of eyes boring into me. Daniel held himself stiffly a few feet away. Gregory grinned and look back and forth between us. I raised an eyebrow in Gregory's direction, and he shrugged. Great. Loads of help there. I put the remains of my sandwhich down. The pantry seemed like a good idea, so I opened it and found my bag of jelly beans. I took out a healthy handful before holding it out in offering to Gregory. He shook his head no, so I dug out Daniel's M&M's. He held his hand out. I tossed it to him. Daniel had wrapped a rubber band around the bag when he put it away the last time so they didn't
spill all over the floor.

I picked out the flavors of raspberry mocha and sidled up next to Daniel. I'd have to re-christen him Mr. Cranky Pants if he didn't lighten up. He didn't resist when I slid the candy between his lips, just kept his arms crossed and glared at the floor.

Sexual tension pourd off him in waves, but I didn't know what to do.

"Raspberry and coffee? And chocolate?"

"Yep. Raspberry mocha. Here, try this one. You're in luck. This was a good bag." I popped four jelly beans in his mouth and waited for his reaction.



"I am beginning to see the appeal." Some of the tension left his shoulders. "Gregory, if you insist on eating all my chocolate, you'd better be just as determined to replace it."

"Aye, aye, Captain."

I stood on tiptoe and gave Daniel a quick kiss on the cheek. He tensed visibly when my breasts brushed against his arm.

"How do you feel about her?" Gregory asked the question with his eyes on the bag of candy, but his attention focused entirely on Daniel.

He laughed: hollow, empty, almost despairing to my ears. "As if you could describe it so easily. This women who makes me want to throw away the vows I have kept for the past five hundred years? To completely besmirch my honor, lose all I have been for so long? I barely know her, and yet..."

Gregory nodded. "The Council is not what it once was. Neither are we."

He rattled off a couple of phrases in Italian.

"What am I to become? She calls to me, a siren's song that will surely dash me on the rocks of desire and wash the pieces out to sea. I am left broken in her arms."
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  1. Thanks for hosting me today! Love this site.

  2. Great excerpt, I want to know more!

  3. Thanks Cathy. :) It's a sweet swoon worthy one. :)