People often ask me what’s the hardest thing about writing a romance and I always answer it’s the sex scenes. A writer has to make sure the scene is both romantic and hot, and sometimes that’s a very tall order, especially when sexy is the last mood you’re feeling. This week I’ve been hit with a cold and my head has felt twice as large as it is. I’ve had headaches, sinus pressure and a stopped up nose. The absolute last thing on my mind is sex. But…my characters on the other hand, well, those three people are awfully horny. And so today I had to create a great sex scene.
In my book, In a Chord, I started the whole thing off with a bang. No, really, the two guys are banging away in a closet right before they’re set to go on stage. That scene set the whole pace of the story where Keaton and Ash have been lovers for a long time and suddenly Keaton brings Momo into the mix, hence the title.
This was my first attempt at writing a bit of suspense into a story and it might reflect that a little, but I still enjoyed writing Momo. She’s half punk, half goth and all music.
The band on stage was reaching its crescendo, and Ash started thrusting his hips faster, knowing they had only seconds left.
“Fuck me, Ash,” Keaton ground out, sweat starting to bead on his forehead. The closet might have been small and intimate, but there was no ventilation. “You like pounding my ass? You like my puckered hole squeezing your cock so tightly?”
“Keaton…God!” Ash’s rhythm stuttered.
Keaton felt him swell and then the hot splash of Ash’s cum as he lost control. He reached down to tug his own cock, but Ash beat him, fisting him and milking him in time with his own squirts of passion. It was too much, too raw and powerful. Just as the music crashed, so did Keaton. He cried out as he let himself succumb to Ash’s warm hand and the hot breath on the back of his neck.
The two slumped over, Keaton with his forehead against the wall and Ash against his back. Their breathing was harsh, labored, as their hearts raced.
“I want you to go on stage and perform with some of me inside of you,” Ash murmured into his ear. “As it runs down your legs and only you and I will know it’s there.”
At first, Ash Lance is jealous of the new girl in Keaton’s life until he meets her. Momo is unlike anyone he’s ever met and they soon discover that they connect on many levels. But he’s reluctant to take her away from Keaton just as Momo refuses to come between them.
Keaton is quick to assure them he wants all three of them to learn to be in a ménage relationship, but as they learn how to live and love together, another threat is moving between them, threatening to take Momo away…forever.
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